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November 18, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-18

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Geraldine Samuels
Weds Harold Kalt

activities in Society

Hadassah's Detroit Chapter Lauds
Paid Members with Musical Show

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will honor its paid-up members
with a musical-comedy show,
"Kidd Broadway," to be pre-
sented by the Academy Players
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Ada
Shalom social hall.
Admission privilege is by
paid-up dues.
"Kidd Broadway" has been
written, produced and directed
by Gerry Raad for the Academy
Players, the only non-profes-
sional group in Michigan pre-
senting original shows.
Starring roles are shared by
Marge Kaplan and Rich Lauren.
Featured also will be the spe-
cial appearance of Henry Hank,
middleweight crown contender.
Mrs. W. J. Hubert, vice presi-
dent, announces that the-names
of sponsors of new members
will be eligible for prizes. In
addition, two "Esther"• trophies
will be awarded to the two
Hadassah groups which have en
rolled the most new member
The prizes will include
original Claire McCardell go
The Tuesday program will
elude the National Anthem
be sung by Mrs. David Kaliman,
accompanied by Mrs. Ben Tol-
mich.
The arrangements committee
includes Mesdames Jack Boxer,
Morris Garfield, Frank Passal,
Joseph Ravit, Alfred Rosen and
Harriett Talbott.

* * *

Heritage of Hebrew Music" and
"How to Build a Hebrew Record
Library." Reservations may be
made by calling the Hadassah
Office, BR 3-5441. The event
caps the group's honor roll
drive.
MEYERS
S
a "Ha
. • oun
clud-
ing
cheon,
e brows-
in
ite elep e
sale, Hanu-
gift shop:. ake sale, prizes
entertai
nt, Dec
ng .Bn
Mrs.
esident.
SCHAEFE G
mbers
ro ctl
to
its "Shalo
p,
a
ly-organize•
y group
which
esday after-
noons. Subjects will
"The M
o• ern
Jew,"
Milton
n g, and
th
Compar e Similarities
Differ., es in the Three
ects of daism." For ta"
call M •
lb•
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3-1691.
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GROUP it res
er-
ware Par
and
unch-
eon 12:
p.
30 at 7426
s. A surprise pro-
gram is planned, according to
Mrs. S. Robinson, chairman of
the day.

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Hebrew Ladies' Aid
Donor Event Nov. 28

MRS. HAROLD KALT
In a ceremony for the imme-
diate family Nov. 5 at the Park
Shelton Hotel, Geraldine Lois
Samuels, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Samuels of Lesure
Ave., became the bride of Har-
old Bruce KaA, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney M. Kalt of Fairfield
Ave.
The bride chose a gown of
white rose' pointe chantilly over
an ivory satin, waltz-length skirt.
Her veil was a rounded mantilla
of rose- pointe chantilly lace, and
she carried her consecration
prayerbook adorned with white
orchids in a cascade of ivy. Mrs.
Irving Nusbaum, the bride's sis-
ter, was matron Of honor and
Alan Kalt, the bridegroom's
brother, was best man.
After a Wedding trip to the
Caribbean, the newlyweds will
e their home on Miller Rd.
Park.'

Mrs. Isadore Levin, president
of the Detroit Auixiliary of the
Batei Avot in Bnai Brak Israel,
announces the annual donor even
will be held noon, Dec. 1 at Co
Dovid Ben Nuchim.
Mrs. Joshua Sperka, who v ed
the famous institution whi 6
as
founded by the Pnovize
v,
Rabbi Kahanaman, will
e a
personal report of the va
s
branches of the famous Pnoviz
group in Kfar Hayeshiva in Bnai
Brak Israel.

Mrs. Clara Stulberg is general
chairman of the event. The com-
mittee in charge consists of Mes-
dames W. Cohen, Sholom Flam,
Walter Epstein, Louis Bressler,
Philip Kutnick, Arthur Selmar;
Allan Weisberg and L. Vernon.

man of
mer-
ge
elief Org
ation games
y Tuesday,: .t Cong. Beth
oseph, announces Samuel A.
Kayne, - president.
She w . 1 •
isted by M
J. H. u a d P.
sen.
tion,

ecorators

Newly-Weds, Wives and Home-
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and appliances direct through
wholesale.

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stunning fur coats, from Detroit's most
reliable furrier.

IN SHIMMERING
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BLACK.

• •

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has
hness.
beauty
al can be
ry special sav-
atest '61 fashions .. .
so exquisitely crafted, it
must be from Ceresnie
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and his

-NOTES

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Hadassah Group
Activities Listed

A full slate of activities has
been announced by Detroit's
Hadassah groups.
EVENING GROUP will pre-
sent a talk on "Medicine in
Israel" by Dr. William Klein
1 p.m. Sunday at the home of
Minnie Shiovitz, 17325 Men-
dota.
GREENFIELD BOARD will
give a luncheon for its mem-
bers, friends and relatives Dec.
13 in the Northland Audito-
riuin. The program will include
a book review and music by
the group's "Hadassah Dis-
cords." Donations will purchase
a Hanukah gift for the Hadas-
sah Medical Organization. Tick-
ets may be purchased at the
door or by calling Mrs. Sue
Goldfarb, VE 8-7472.
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL GROUP will feature
Jason H. Tickton, associate pro-
fessor of music at Wayne State
University and music director
of Temple Beth El, at its din-
ner 6 p.m. Nov. 29 at Holiday
Manor. Tickton will present a
program on "Our Wonderful

You never saw a man so persnickity about food and the way it's

nothing escapes his epicurean eye. Salads

Steaks and chops

persist in having .

a

MRS. JULIA RING, chair-
man of the 28th annual donor
event of the Hebrew Ladies'
Aid Society, announces that
reservations still are being
taken by Mrs. Reggie White,
reservations chairman, and
the president of the society,
Mrs. David Weiss. Proceeds
of the donor luncheon, to be
held at noon on Monday,
Nov. 28, at Holiday Manor,
will go to aid the needy, Mrs.
Ring said.

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chen there,
you know). Ever • •
and served in the grand man-

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pretentious hotel!



H NEWS — Friday, November 18, 1960

Mr. and Mrs. Jordan I. Pollack and family, formerly of
Norfolk Ave., are now residing at their new home, 15240 Marlow,
Oak Park. -
A tea was held recently at the home of Mrs. John L. Brown
of Strathcona Dr. in honor of Mrs. Michael A. Travis as 43rd
president of the Detroit Pan Hellenic Association. Mrs. Travis
has long been active in alumnae circles of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority. Past presidents of the association served as hostesses.
In the receiving line were Mesdames Thomas Crawford of Sigma
Sigma Sigma, Donald J. Lane, vice president of the association;
Daniel Weidenthal, Detroit area alumnae president of Alpha Epsi-
lon Phi; and Lewis B. Daniels, trustee of Alpha Epsilon Phi
National •Foundation. Mrs. Paul Sweeney was chairman of the
tea.
Mrs. I.. Helman, Mrs. J. Spellberg and Mrs. A. Wilensky
entertained Mrs: P. Lewis and Mrs. B. Sklar recently, prior to
their departure for Europe and Israel, at the home of Mrs Spell-
berg, 6381 W. Outer Dr. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Sklar are delegates
to the Pioneer Women convention in Jerusalem.
Ida Lewis, Sadie Sklar and Sasha Eisner recently returned
from a tour through Italy, France, and Switzerland after they
attended the Pioneer Women's conclave in Israel. .
Gerald Bohn was installed president of the Cornfield Family
Club at a recent meeting held at his home. Others to take office
include Alan Cornfield, vice president; Beverly Kurtis and Doris
Cornfield, secretaries; sand Al Stein; treasurer. The next meeting
will be held Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Kurtis.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Lipton, formerly of 12941 Northfield,
Oak Park, are now residing at their 'new home, 2109 San Antonio,
Montebello, Calif.

Annual Event Benefits Vladimiritzer Offers
Games, Prizes, Food
Israel's Batei Avot
Mrs. Louis Rose will b

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