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November 25, 1960 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-25

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(More Clubs Page 15)
DETROIT LINK 57, Order
of the Golden Chain, has com-
pleted plans for its 4th annual
New - Year's Eve dance, to be
held from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Dec. 31 at Temple Israel. Fea-
tured will be dinner, breakfast
and dancing to the music of
Frankie Paul and his orches-
tra. For information and tick-
ets, call Mrs. H. Kozin, GR
4-7322; Mrs. M. Wolf, LI 4-3619;
or Mrs. G. Gorosh, LI '7-0036.

*

MISS ANNETTE MULLER

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Muller
of Griggs Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Annette Libby, to Russell Ed-
ward Meskin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Meskin of W. Outer
Dr.
The future bride is a sopho-
more at Wayne State Univer-
sity where she is affiliated with
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Her
fiance is a student in the Wayne
State University School of Bus-
iness Administration. He is af-
filiated with Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. A September wed-
ding is planned.

Dr. Joseph Diamond
to Address Assembly
of Greenberg School

Dr. Joseph Diamond wi
speak on the Bureau for Jew-
ish Education, of which he is
director, at the annual assembly
of the Hayim Greenberg He-
brew-Yiddish School Saturday
night at the
Hayim Green-
berg Center.
Members of
the movement
and friends arE
invited. A
workshop ses-
sion will be
held for brand-
delegates and
members 1
p.m..Sunday.
k
The school's
PTA organization
elected
Albert Zack preside . He is a
counselor at Dow J for High
School in the Det t school
system.
Also named to offic
Albert Berke and Max Bock-
nek, vice presidents; Joseph
Grosbard, treasurer; Mesdames
Ira Leventer, David Silberg and
Morris Gord, secretaries; Sol
Koenigsberg a n d Mesdames
Max Bocknek, David Shuster
and Gerald Goldberg, chairmen.

8ngagemerits

Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Rosen-
thall of Houston, Tex., announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Lorraine Ruth, to Larry S. Chess,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murry Chess,
former Detroiters now living in
Beaumont, Tex. The future bride-
groom is a student at Lamar State
College of Technology.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Finkel-
stein, 19507 Appoline, announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Linda, to Joel Willens, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Willens, 17606
Santa Rosa. The bride-elect is a
junior in the College of Education
at Wayne State University. Her
fiance is a graduate of Lawrence
Institute of Technology where he
majored in architectural engineer-
ing. He is affiliated with Phi
Kappa Upsilon fraternity.
* * •
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kessel
of Saginaw announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Suzanne,
Ruth, to David S. Gerber, son of
Judge and Mrs. Morris Gerber of
Norristown, Pa. The bride-elect
is a student at Vassar College in
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Her fiance
is a student at Temple University
in Philadelphia.

*

PYTHIAN SISTERS invites the
public to attend its annual char-
ity dinner 6 p.m. Dec. 11 at the
Temple, 15787* Wyoming. Pro-
ceeds will go to Haven Farm and
Heart Fund. For reservations,
call Mary Lorber, LI 2-0792, or
Frieda Winner, UN 4-7458.
* * *
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
Will present the first in a series
of book review-dessert luncheons
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
synagogue in Oak Park. "Across
the Threshhold" by Shonie Levi
and Sylvia Kaplan will be re-
viewed by Mrs. Mordecai Hal-
pern, wife of the congregation's
rabbi. For information, call Mrs.
Leo Schwartz, LI 4-7375.
*. • *
HEBREW LADIES AID SO-
CIETY will it annual
ay at

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Clubs

Foreign Policy Change
Needed? Topic Will Be
Debated in WSU Series

Fox-She rman Rites
Planned for August

The next great debate of the
"Issues for Survival" series, spon-
sored by the Adult Education
Division of Wayne State Univer-
sity and the University of Mich-
igan, will be held 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the Wayne Com-
munity Arts Auditorium on the
topic "Do We Need a Radical
New Approach to American For-
eign Policy?"
The featured debators will be
Dr. Norman Thomas, renowned
educator and political leader, and
Dr. Alfred Kelly, chairman of
the Wayne history department.
Moderator will be Dr. Milton
Covensky, associate professor of
history at Wayne. The program
is open to the public free of
charge.

Holiday Manor, announces Presi-
dent Mrs. Julia Ring. Assisting
her will be Mrs. Louis Kepes,
Mrs. Alex Fiseh and Mrs. A.
Friedman. Reservations are being
taken by Mrs. Reggie White,
4-5452.
* *
An Oneg Shabbat of the SIS-
TERHOOD OF CONGREGATION
AHAVAS ACHIM will be held
1:30 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Milton Arm, 19900 Hart-
well.
• *
EQUALITY CLUB will hold a
tea and social Saturday, 12:20
p.m., at the home of Mrs. Michael
J. Kushner, 8803 W. 7 Mile.

*

* *

MISS RENEE

JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB
will have an open social meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. Juli
Keller, 25247 Ridgecliff, So
field, Monday. A hair fas
show will be given.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER,
neer Women, will hold its
regular meeting 12:30 p.
Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Frances Shapiro, 19141 War-
rington. A book review will be
presented by Dr. Max Rosen-
feld. Plans are being com-
pleted by the Chapter's ar-
rangements committee for a
Hanukah party at the Hayim
Greenberg Center.

Exhibits 25 • Works
sraeli Artist, Migdalovich

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10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily through Dec. 15 at the Cafe Galerie,
19940 Livernois, announces owner Zvi 'Wachtel. Esther Widen-
baum, who is in this country from Israel on the exchange-teacher
program, has arranged the show in memory of her father. On
the second anniversary of the death of Migdalovich, a commemo-
rative exhibit will be held next year in The Artists House in
Tel Aviv, which owns a number of his work
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Camp Tamarack
Pioneer Reunion

Camp Tamarack's pioneers
will hold a reunion 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 3 at the Jewish Center,
announce co - chairmen Cheryl
Chapin and Susan Weiss.
Pioneer campers from all
three sessions during the 1960
camp season are invited.
Sam Marcus, executive direc-
tor of the Fresh Air Society,
and Sam Skolnick, director of
Camp Tamarack, will extend
greetings and tell of plans for
next year. Among the guests
will be the pioneer counselors.
A special program of camp
highlights is being prepared by
Brenda Slootsky, Martin Jack-
ier, Diane Granat and Robert
Ketai of the program commit-
tee.
Refreshments will be served
by Jane Feinberg, Leslie Ben-
nett, Linda Stein and Larry
Zeldner.
Further information about
the Camp Tamarack pioneer re-
union can be obtained by phon-
ing Cheryl Chapin, UN 4-8468,
or Susan Weiss, UN 1-9091.

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Riviera Theater for one week be-
ginning Monday. This, time the
dancers will come as represen-
tatives of the. new Republic of
Guinea. Their hope is that their
native culture will be appreciated
for the national folklore it is.
Evening performances for the
six-day engagement of "Les Bal-
lets Africains" are scheduled,
Monday through Thursday, at
8:30 p.m. Two performances will
be offered on Friday evening at
7 p.m. and 10 p.m. A single
matinee at 2 p.m. will be held
on Saturday prior to the 8:30
p.m. performance.
* * *
LI LING AI, Chinese actress
from Hawaii, will talk about
the history and customs of the
50th state when she appears at
Detroit Town Hall, at 11 a.m.,
Wednesday, in Ford Auditor-
ium.

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