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toff, Un 4-8455, or Mrs.- Ruth
PYTHIAN SISTERS will di s _ Gotleib, UN 2-1368. A regular
cuss plans • for their annu a l meeting will be held Monday
cuss plans for its annual charity night at the home of Mrs. Betty
dinerd at the next meeting at the Kroker, 21640 Church, Oak
Temple Wednesday. The public Park.
is invited to the join Pythian
Sisters and Knights of Pythias cos-
AVIVA CHAPTER, Pioneer
tume Halloween party Sunday.
Women, will meet Wednesday
at the home of Mrs. Bert Ablitz,
- ZEDAKAH CLUB will giv e 18503 Fairfield. Martha Rosen-
its annual fall membership to a feld will review Moss Hart's
12:30 • p.m. Monday at Templ e "Act Ope." For information, call
Israel, announces Mrs. Pau 1 VE 6-6318.
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Deutch, culture chairman. Mrs.
Women's Division Board of
Morris Adler will be the key
AMERICAN JEWISH CON-
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GRESS will meet 9:30 a.m. Nov.
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD 2 at the home of Mrs. Sam
will feature Mrs. Harry Ober Pollock, 19240 _ Greydale. Mrs:
stein in the first of its new serie s Gabriel Moscow will report on
MRS. WILLIAM WETSMAN of book reviews 10 a.m. Tuesday the paid-up membership meeting
announces Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman set for Dec. 14:
Janis Evelyn Brown, daughter chairman. Mrs. Oberstein will re
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brown view "A Peculiar Treasure," b y CHAIM WEITZMAN CHAP-
of Shrewsbury Dr., was wed to Edna . Ferber. Ticket • chairme n TER, American Jewish Con-
William Morse Wetsman; son of are esdames
Samuel - Wasser - gress, invites married couples
Mrs. Frank Wetsman of Coving- man and Joseph - Lovy. Breakfas t who are interested in the Con-
ton Dr. and the late Mr. Wets- will be served by the committe e gress program to join them at
man, in a cdrernony performed of Mesdames Jack Kanrfers and • a meeting scheduled 8:30 p.m.
by Rabbi Morris Adler Oct. 16 Ida Gellman. For • tickets, cal 1 Nov. 8, at the home of Mr. and
at the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel. UN 4-5641, or UN 2-6900.
Mrs. Kurt Singer, 18036 Strath,
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The bride wore an original
moor. A travelogue of Leonard
gown of antique peau de sole
RADOMER LADIES AUXIL _ Bernstein's trip to Israel will be
with long-fitted sleeves draped- IARY will hold an executive shown, followed by election re-
into a poufe above the elbow. board meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday turns. Dr. and Mrs. Eric Billes,
The open neckline and front at the home of Mrs. Bessie 23211 Radclift, Oak Park, will
panel on the molded bodice and Adler, 18685 Schaefe_, to discuss be hosts to the cha .1/1.
dome-shaped skirt was appli- plans for the December dono
qued in peau de lange lace. A dinner at the Mayfair.
Mary Queen of Scot cap of peau
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de lange lace and short finger-
tip veil of ivory silk illusion neer Women, will hold
comprised her headpiece.
meeting 12:30 p.m. M day at
Susan Brown served her sis- the home of Mrs. Ma Kirsch-
ter as maid of honor. Brkdes- baum, 19738 Monte Vist
- to dis-
maids were Lois Levi, Joanne cuss plans for coming
Brown, Mrs. David Schain of I raising projects.
Hyattsville, Md.; Cheryl Harwin,
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Margie Stein and Mrs. William
will hold a board meeting - 8:30
les of five c ncert pro-
William Davidson was his
s, feat • flown
cousin's best man. Ushers were p.m. Monday at the home of rtists, wi
e . present by
William Saulson, Byron Gerson, Mrs. Jack Bilsky, 13521 Ro
Dave Lewis of Bard Enter ses
Saul Saulson and Dr. Jonathon mary, Oak Park. Co-hostesses
be Mesdames Dave Liebow • on during t 1960-61 season. wo
Uhr of New York.
After an extended honey- Golden and Morris
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retur gage 0
moon to Hawaii and the West
KINNERET CHAPT a Pio- the
Coast, the couple will reside on
neer Women, will me noon THE
en actor and
Wednesday at the Hayim een- tile sta
o is currently ap-
berg Center. Mesdames W•
Roman and Nigel Brock will pearing on Broadway in P''The
speak on "United States Econom- Sound
Story in `Judaica Post' ic Policy in the United Nations,"
A commemorative cancella- it was announced by Preside
ani is joining Presid t
tion celebrating the 60th anni- Mrs. Rae Feinberg. Mesda
er- Dwight D. Eisenhower in d
versary of the founding of the Blanche Lesser and Rose
ct. 23-29, as N
Haffkine Institute in Bombay is man will host the desser
n and TION
the subject for the leading ar- eon. A fund-raising lunc
d noon WEE in
ticle in the October issue of the games party will be
"Judaica-, Post," a journal of Saturday at the horn of Mrs.
philatelic Judaica published in Ann Fisher, 19365 M Ica. Mrs.'
Miriam Freeman is co stess.
Eli Grad is the journal's
BETH ABRAHAM SIS
er Ustinov went to Japan
Author of the main story this HOOD will present a "National for a vacation with his family.
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month is S. H. Elijah of Bom- Issues" program featuring Wen-.
bay. The cancellation, he in- dell Miles, Republican, arid John
Specialists of the
' forms us is a tribute to the Dingell, D e m o c r a t, as guest EPILE
man who saved millions of In- speakers 8:30 p.m. Monday, an-
N wi discuss "
dians from the scourge of the nounces President Sabina Singe
ents of A Child With Epi-
plague epidemic which was ram- Ann Lullove is program c
lepsy Should Know Today,"
8:15 p.m., • ednf
pant in India at the end of the man. A question and .
period will follow the t
"In 1893," writes Elijah; refreshments will be s
"Waldemar Haffkine was called
to India to fight against the
CHAP- Rodin, euro ist,
plague epidemic. He founded, TER, Pioneer Women,
meet E. Ki er, socia
in Bombay, the plague research 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
institute which bears his name." Greenberg Center to hear Mrs.
Also in the October issue is 'Mendelson review Senator John
ROBERT GESSNER, profes-
an historical background artkle F. Kennedy's "S t r at e g y for sor of motion pictures at New
on the issue of two stamps of Peace." Refreshments will be York University, opened the
Palestine, by Mark Vainer of served by Ann Erman and Fanny University of Michigan Depart
Denver, Colo.; an article en- Woodrow.
ment of S
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titled "Commemorative Labels
Honor Benjamin of Tudela," by.
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
of to Look at Movies
Arieh Lindenbaum of Tel Aviv; BETH YEHUDAH AND WO
and "Israeli Souvenir Sheet EN'S SABBATH LEAGU
Features Old Ghetto of Prague," hold its 33rd annual don
by editor Grad.
eon Nov. 1 at Holid
for of th
For reservations, cal
Center Camera Club to Meet
stein, DI 1-3523. A r
ette i nd
James MacMillan of Ansco ing will be held
professor of neurology
will discuss "Illustrated Night Tuesday at Youn
e State University's C
Photography," a shooting lecture, Dexter Blvd.
at the next meeting of the Jew-
CONG. BETH MOSES S
ish ..Community Center Camera
Cltib,. at 7:30 p.m., Monday, at HOOD will hold its rummage Epilepsy 8 p.m. Thursday at the
the Henrose Hotel. All camera sale Monday and Tuesday at the McGregor Library, 12244 Wood-
synagogue. Pickup service for ward, Highland Park.
enthusiasts are invited.
rummage donors can be arranged
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Dr. Kapustin to Be Guest of German
Federal Republic on 4-Week Tour
Dr. Max Kapustin, director
of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dation at Wayne State Univer-
sity, has accepted an invitation
to be the guest of -the govern-
ment of the Federal Republic
of Germany for a four week
study tour through the Federal
Republic and West Berlin.
He will be a member of a
group of personalities active
in religious and church life,
composed of 10 clergymen of
various faiths from all over
the United States.
The tour will start Oct. 31
from Cologne-Bonn and will e
on Nov. 28.
This study trip will offe
the possibility to becom per-
sonally acquainted with
day Germany. Arran ments
have been made to m
representatives of publ
ical, religious and cult
There will be ample ti
the members of the gr
go out on an individual b
to make personal contacts an
gain a more intimate picture of
various aspects of life in Ger-
Rabbi Kapustin will lecture
at several universities and fur-
ther some research projects by
renewing a number of academic
contacts.. He will devote him-
self in particular to acquiring
firsthand information on she
Jewish community in Germany.
eld 2 to 4 p.
a monthly "0
S abbat" for
and interest g
p meetings Su
n of Fall &
Winter .me Brand
I Men's Clubs
Sport C is Topcoats
ADAS SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will meet for a break-
fast and talk by a guest speaker
following the ceremony of tefil-
lin 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the
Board Room, announces Allen
Warsen, program chairman.
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