ctivieties in Society
Michael Lieberman recently returned to his home on Pinehurst
Ave. after serving at the U.S. Navy Dental Clinic at Norfolk, Va.
Prior to discharge, he was attached to the flagship U.S.S. Northamp-•
ton. He is now attending Wayne State University.
The annual Purim party of the Charlip Family Club was held
recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Iskow of Sussex Ave.,
Mrs. Roy Kaplan of Huntington Woods was among the 75
persons from all over the country who departed last week on a
chartered flight to Europe sponsored by the United Order of True
Mr: and Mrs. Peter Million and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss
will giVe a cocktail party Sunday for Sara Million of Wisconsin
Ave., who is leaving March 18 for a four-month vacation in
Israel and Europe. She returns aboard the S.S. Rotterdam in
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pearlman, 20125 Woodbine, recently held
a party in honor of their daughter, Lorraine, who was graduated
from the Wayne State UniverSity College of Education, with a
major in speech and drama. She is now teaching in the Detroit
school system and has a lead part in "A Visit to a Small Planet,"
to be produced soon over channel 56.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Pomeranz and their daughter, Cher
entertained at a surprise birthday dinner for 60 guests in h. r
of their son and brother, Jerome Barry, to celebrate his tw
first birthday, Sunday.
Mrs. Hannah Pokempner is chairman of the. Roosevelt
dinner sponsored by the Detroit chapter of Americans for D
cratic Action, to be held March 11 at the Sheraton Cadil
_Governor John Swainson and George McGovern, special assistant
to President Kennedy, will- be the speakers. Stanley Michaels is
chairman of the Detroit ADA chapter. Mrs. Louis Tendler is
taking reservations for . the dinner.
On Monday evening Turover Aid Society, Turover Ladies
Auxiliary and Congregation Ezras Achim will honor Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore Sosnick with a farewell party before they leave for Israel
on March 22. Sosnick is president of the Congregation Ezras
Achim and honorary president of Turover Aid Society.
The Kutnick Cousins Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kutnick, 20560 Glastonbury. Harry
L. Friedman will install newly-elected officers Jean Friedman,
president;- Harold Kutnick, vice president; Jack Kutnick and
Ethel Wasser, secretaries; Bess Brodsky, treasurer; and Elsie
Bogorad, sunshine chairman.
Singer Michael Aller of Miami, Fla., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Aller, has returned to Detroit to appear in "The Carni-
val Show" produced by Temple Israel. Aller is a former vice
president of the Temple Israel Youth Group.
Mrs. Jeannette Pernick and Mrs. Ethel - Anderson will repre-
sent the interests of mentally handicapped children for the
Michigan Association for Retarded Children at the annual Citi-
zen's Conference on Education, March 11, in Lansing. This co
ference is sponsored by the Michigan Department of Pu.
Instruction as the third phase of "Studying MiChigan Schools
Mr. and Mrs. Balfour Peisner, of 25406 Parkwood, Hun g-
ton - Woods, will be at home in honor of their parents, Mr.
Mrs.- Samuel Peisner, of Haifa, Israel, from 2 to 5 p.m. Sund.
Arlazaroff Branch of the Farband Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion gave a farewell party Wednesday, at the Nayim Greenberg
Center for Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cottler, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Levine and Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Cohen, on the eve of their
departure for an extended visit in Israel.
"Chuck" Randolph of the Book Couzens Travel Service has
left for Israel to inspect travel and hotel' accommodations for
his agency's clients.
Mrs. Alfred Stanley Named JWV Goodwill
Luncheon Chairman; Fete Set for March 29
Mrs. Albert Rosen, president of the Silverman Auxilairy, has
of the Department of Michigan slated that this year's affair will
Jewish War Veterans Ladies be attended by 300 representa-
Auxiliary, has announced the tives of all local veterans auxil-
appointment of Mrs. Alfred -iaries, including American Le-
Stanley as 1961 Goodwill Lunch- gion, VFW, Moms of America,
eon Chairman o be held Catholic War Veterans, Polish
March 29. War Veterans, Disabled Ameri-
nual can Veterans and others.
Luncheon to be
y the group in an
to omote better rela on and
KOSHER POULTRY MARKET
13420 W. 7 Mile Rd.
MISS PAULA ALPER
City-County School for Gifted Holds Benefit
s, Ara e
The public is invited to a lia•
esser, Jack Gar , :o.bnearidt B c.
benefit performance of "Th
Sound of Music" 8:30 p.m. M
17 at the Riviera Theater ..on-
sored by City and Countr .chool
for Gifted Children, B .infield S ayder and A
Hills. Proceeds will be sed for
the school's scholarship .'q d.
Reservations for front
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
chestra seats may be made by
and His Entertainment
calling the school, MI 4-6511, or
chairman Mrs. William J. Saul-
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
son, LI 7-1625.
By 'SUSAN KOBEL
Working on the committee are
UN 4- 237
Volna Clermont, Wil-
New class officers began sen-
ior functions by appointing com-
mittee chairmen. The social
committee is responsible for
the Sadie H
ellas to an
Under the Personal Supervision of
out. ha-amen of the
ittee are Larry Baskin and
rge• Econo y. The finance
Is Equipped to Satisfy ALL Your
at the ho
Jewelry Needs and Repairs.
is being lanned, by chair
Judee Co-hen an•
Special Order Work If Requested.
g on the
will be under
the s uoent leadership of Karen
Burke and Joe Jackson. The
class flower, motto, color and
gift will be selected with the
aid of Rena Pokempner and
The program committee is be-
ginning to outline plans for the
Senior Variety Show and a pos-
sible all-senior musical produc-
tion, headed by Ben Craine and
Bob Dovitz. The publications
committee, headed by Linda
Pollard and Mike Schermer, will
produce a magazine modeled
Be proud of the way he looks at his Bar Mitzvah
after Time. The Senior Pr
or ot e
cial occasion . . . help him select his
will be the
su rom H son's handsome collection of lus-
ercises are planned by
trous - hair d worsted blends. Wide range of
airmen Sheila Fish n and
sizes assur excellent fit. 13 to 20 in regular,
Four senio have
y and stout (special order) plus young,
ed to sppal
. They are Ben
s sizes 35 to 42, in both regular and long.
Craine, Lin a Cole, Barba
• n and
See a trunk showing of new styles in the Boys' Depart-
ore Manuel Simon,
ment at Hudson's Northland, Friday, March 10; Hudson's
speech instructor, and were
Downtown, Saturday, March 11. You'll enjoy it!
chosen on the bags of their
speech delivery and content.
On the sports scene, only the
girls' swimming team was active
this week. They swamped West-
Thursday, 85-37. The
ern last Thursday,
first places went to Sharon
Bader, 50 and 25 yard freestyle;
stroke; Jackie Colman, diving;
Gloria Behrend, 25 yard free-
style; Phyllis Scholnick, 25 yard
backstroke; Diane Bachman, 25
yard backstroke and butterfly;
Carole Bruno, 25 yard breast
stroke; the medley relay team
of Sarah -Kaminsky, Sharon
Doubleday, Sandy Blinn, and
Connie Kiefer; and the free-
style relay team consisting of
Judy nosbach, Merle Weston,
Gail Richman, and Connie Sake.
Yesterday the team took on a
powerful Redford team at Mum-
The Student Council held a
Can Drive. The food collected
will be taken- to Negro families
in Fayette County, Tennessee,
who were deprived of their
rights because they registered
to vote. The idea originated at
the. University of Michigan, who
then enlisted the help of Mum-
Sixty-four Mumford art stu-
dents were honored in the
Michigan Scholastic Art Awards
Contest. Top winner was Grace
Bennish, with six blue ribbons,
nine gold keys, and six honor-
able mentions, and a portfolio
entry in the scholarship compe-
tition. Five others will be able
to enter their works in the na-
tional judging. They are Roger
Kukes, Jane Oppenheim, Jill
Pollitzer, Nolan Ross, and Milke
Shubow. Roger,, Grace, Jane,
and Leonard Lubin will enter
portfolios in the competition for
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Alper
of Leslie Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Paula, to Issac Katz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. L. Katz of Richton
Ave. A June 18 wedding is
Classified ads bring fast results!
ELAINE'S NEW • JEWELRY DEPARTMENT
Special as the Occasion
Boys' Suits froth Hudson's