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December 02, 1960 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-02

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Joseph Meyerhoff, of Balti- had been buying PEC stock
dames Max Levine, Philip Mur- more, president of the Palestine for many years, for himself
(More Clubs on Page 19)
CONG. BETH YEHUDAH LA- off and Sam Shulman will be Economic Corporation, address- and as gifts for his children
ing a group of local investors , and grandchildren, and felt
DIES AUXILIARY and SISTER- hostesses.
in the Israeli industrial enter- I that PEC was one of the most
HOOD will give a, pre-Hanukah
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer prise, at a dinner meeting feasible Israeli economic
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
in the synagogue social hall. For Women, will hold its annual Wednesday, described the prog- undertakings.
In his address, Meyerhoff em-
tickets, call Mrs. D. Novetsky, day, at the Hayim Greenberg ress of the PEC, and told of new
UN 1-8066, or Mrs. S. Freed- Center. A buffet supper will be ventures now being undertaken phasized that the United Jew-
ish Appeal will for years to
served to members, their hus- in Israel.
man, DI 1-8286.
* *
bands and guests. There will
Meyerhoff told of numerous come retain primacy in Ameri-
LADIES OF MOSAIC will hold be a Hanukah candle lighting economic projects assisted by can Jewish e, but that the
a business meeting Wednesday ceremony, games and prizes.
the PEC and stated that addi- flowering • Israel's economy
calls ended activities in
* *
at the Masonic Temple.
tional investment funds were
rial field.
*
needed
to
make
the
pl
BOOK REVIEW GROUP, Pio-
bing the latest financial
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB neer Women, will meet 1 p.m. feasible.
f PEC, Meyerho f c ed
ep
will make plans for its eighth Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Joseph Holtzm
atte on to orne of t
annual donor luncheon Dec. 13 Jack Grossman, 18504 Rose- sided at the
sraeli
in
at Holiday Manor. Mrs. Elaine mont. Mrs. Nina Cohen will re- mended the PE
play
Myers, Mrs. Leah Levinsky and view "Books that Change the
epresen atives of PEC are
BERNARD R. SIEGEL
Mrs. Estelle Levin are taking World," according to Mrs. Max
remainin
AJC Northwes
Rosenfeld, chairman.
ors as
Bernard R. Siegel Was elected donor book ads. * *
*
Fetes
bscribed
president of Knoliwood Country
o
those
who
SISTERS OF ZION MIZ-
Arlene Walt and Bertha
Club at the annual meeting of
y's meet-
Wed
sto
ay
r
n
RACHI announces its annual Davidson, co-chairmen of the
the Board of Directors.
A sound fil of
New officers elected to serve Hanukah party will be held committee for the formation
stein and th N
with him are David M. Miro, Dec. 21.
the
TEMPLE
BETH
* * *
e harmonic in osco
SISTERHOOD, announce
vice president; Harry Jaffa,
JEWISH WOMEN EURO- first meeting will be held
0 I light a soci ev,&it o
treasurer; Gerson B. Berstein,
i
n Jewish
est C
secretary; E. C. Shumer, assist- PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA- p.m. Monday in the confere
TION
will
hold
a
Taint
meeting
ress, for more than 80 Bas
ant treasurer; and Dr. Harry
room of the Merri-Bowl Lanei,
with the NORTH WOODWARD Five Mile Rd. east of Merriman Mitzvah members (13 years or
Arnkoff, assistant secretary.
Mac R. Fisher, George Tann BRANCH of the Jericho Rd. Interested parties will be more) and their husbands, 8:30
and David Newman were newly Temple noon Monday at the afforded an opportunity to be- p.m.' Wednesday at the home of
elected to the board of directors Temple, ,18495 Wyoming. Des- come charter members of the I President Mrs. Arnold K a s s,
and David M. Miro and John sert luncheon will be served by Temple Sisterhood. Guest •24621 Oneida, Oak Park.
hostesses Mrs. Kay Williams sneakers will include Dorothy
Mrs. , Ethel Weston, advisory
Isaacs were re-elected.
and Mrs. Morris Curtis.
board member of the Detroit
Weiner,
chairman
of
the
Michi-
* *
Women's Division, will be guest
Workmen's Circle Body TOWN AND COUNTRY gan Federation of Temple Sis- chairman for the evening. A brief
and Eleanor. Schwartz,
Celebrates; Teens Join; CHAPTER, Women's American terhoods,
ceremony will honor the
assistant executive direct°
Stanley
board
meeting
a
Ort,
will
hold
vah guests.
as
Elect Committee Heads Tuesday evening at the home of the National Feder
Son of
ations,
call
Mrs.
Jack
For
r
The Michigan District Com-
Temple Sisterho
Mr. & Mrs. Israel Leibowitz
Greeriba , KE 4-2604, or Mrs.
mittee of the Workmen's Circle Mrs. Leonard Nagel, 20060
of Pembroke Avenue
Sylvia T nenbaum, WO 5-3319.
announces a new slate of offi- Blackstone. * *
cers, formation of-new branches
Another
Satisfied Client
:‘,.>wx:x.xx.7,7g.4exTgri
ant
rabbi
f
Temple
Beth
E
Alumni parents will be
and the celebration of the oldest • special recognition at th
will revi • w John Gunth s
TIC FURNITURE L*-,
branch in Detroit.
ri
"Taken th F " at a et-
meeting of ALPHA N
COVERS
ri
At its first meeting of the ENTS CLUB, 8:30 p.m
IOR
ing
MADE TO ORDER
season held recently, the Dis- at the Madison Den
or READY MADE
T EW
CHA
Photographers
. 4#1 CALL ANNA KARBAL
trict Committee elected Monroe Co., 15888 Wyoming.
ME FO
N
UN • 4-6845
TY 5-8805
Title, chairman; Bernard Bro- uel Krohn will a
DEN-
M C CHIL DR
LI 2-0874
der, vice chairman; Jacob Reiss- group on the subject,
esday at the
VER 12:30
man, secretary; a n d Joseph troit Jewish Commu
Pa
ho
Heideman, treasurer.
jectives and Values." A
The annual reunion banquet hour- will follow at which
ibert . Lasker,
of Branch 156, oldest Work-
e father of modern ad-
men's Circle group in the city,
ising. The public is invited
will be held 6:30 p.m. Sunday Cafe Galerie to
to d. For infor ation, call
at the Workmen's Circle Etuca- Folk Singers N
d S e , LI 1-509
• CUSTOM DRAPERIES AND SPREADS
tional Center.
sponso
Cafe Galerie ann
*ACCESSORIES
-
• ,FINE FURNITURE
Two new branches have been music by noted p
t• of "
fit
COLOR
CONSULTATION'

formed; one, the Teen Club, for now a nightly f
•. 15 at the M
youngsters 15-19; and a younger 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.
•r reservati
LI 6-4516
LI 6-0232
group for youngsters 13,15. An-
Balladeer Ed M
other club for teenagers will be appear through Thurs
initiated in the near future. The sides his work on TV, McCurdy
teen groups meet on alternate has made recordings for Electra,
Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Riverside, Classic, Tradition,
Workmen's Circle Center.
Folkways and Vanguard and has
Congresswoman Martha Grif- been 14 years with CBC.
fiths will be guest speaker at
Following McCurdy through
the next meeting of the W. C. Dec. 31, will be Sonny Terry
m.
Golden Ring Club 1 p.
and Brownie McGhee, whose 12-
Wedne-sday at the W. C. Center. week tour of India for the U.S.
Her topic will be "Potentialities State Department, has , won ac-
of the Kennedy program."
claim. They ap
ern Kosher Poultry and Fish Market in the
and
Belafonte •
Northwest Section
spec: nd have
winn
Beth Yehudah
featured 13 - ormers on
b
Is Test Center for
e Andy Griffith TV show, and
Kosher Kil
at the Village- Gate in New
Religious Students
York.
Beth Yehudah School
9
The cafe, Io
flounces it will again se
as - Livernois,
at S •
a special testing center
the
ay
dail e
Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
examination of Satur
, Jan. op s
arry a Complete Line
1
6
14. Interested student
ho do ti
orts
in
e
c ( Dry Yellow
not wish to take th
est on a
tra Fancy
ees nd othe
the Sabbath because
relig- bev.er es e feature •
ious reasons, may r uest a further informatio
special test for Jan. 5 at Zvi Wachtel
Beth Yehudah, 12305
r.

Blair Studio

REISMAN'S

NEW LOCATION

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of

CUCUMBERS

Korostishever Aid
Society Auxiliary
Celebrates Jubilee

The Korostishever Aid Soci-
ety Ladies Auxiliary will cele-
brate its 35th
Year with a
donor dinner 6
p.m. Dec. 14 at
The Mayfair,
announces
President Mrs.
Rose Fried-
man.
Prizes a n d
Mrs. Friedman entertainment
will be featured. Proceeds will
go to charity. For reservations,
call Mrs. Friedman, DI 1-2395.

3 ea

ONIONS Jfb

Branch Eleven
to Hear Rabbi Agress

Rabbi Hyman Agress of Ever-
green Jewish Congregation will
address the Daniel Yosef Branch
of the Labor Zionist Organization
9 p.m., Saturday at the Kannon's,
20179 Mark Twain. In keeping
with the season, Rabbi Agress'
topic will be the "Book of the
Maccabees." Refreshments will be
served. .
Plans for the Annual Hanukah
Workshop, to be held Dec. 10,
are being completed.

The University of Michigan's
Phoenix Project of university-
wide research on peaceful uses
of atomic _energy was conceived
in 1946.

Strictly Fresh SMOKED FISH . . . . 59c lb.

REISMAN'S KOSHER

Poultry tt Fish Market
13400 W. 7 MILE RD., corner of SNOWDEN

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING

DI 1-4525

II0111aa aH,T, —

omen's auLs

Progress of PEC in Israel Told to
Detroit Gathering by Meyerhoff

— smax Hsutar

Bernard R. 'Siegel Is
Elected President of
Knollwoo-d Country Club

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