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March 17, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-17

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ISH NEWS — Fr iday, March 17, 196 1 — 20

THE DETROIT JE

fixion." A continental breakfast
will be served at 10 a.m. Social

Wed Aug. 20

Women's Cluhs

MISS ROCHELLE FLEISCHER

Mr. and Mrs. George Fleischer,
17182 Woodingham, announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Rochelle Gara, to Arthur S.
Lieberman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Lieberman of Steel Ave.
The bride-elect attended East-
ern Michigan University and is
now a student at the Wayne
State University College of Edu-
cation. Her fiance is a graduate
of the Detroit Institute of Tech-
nology and will enroll at the Des
Moines College of Osteopathic
Medicine and Surgery in Sep-
tember. An Aug. 20 wedding is
planned.

Pianist Marilyn Lucas
to Solo with WSU _ _ _
Symphony Orchestra

Marilyn Lucas, 18-year-old
pianist, will be soloist with the
Wayne State University Sym-
phony Orchestra, under the di-
rection of Valter. Poole, 8:15
p.m. Wednesday in the Com-
munity Arts Auditorium. No ad-
mission charge.
Miss Lucas, who will be heard
in the "Concertstuck" by Weber,
has been studying since the age
of four. Presently a pupil of
Julius C h a j es, she has fre-
quently appeared as soloist with
the Center Symphony and has
also given - solo recitals. Cur-
rently, she is a piano major at
Wayne.

Dinner at DARBY'

is a real tr

• Visit Our
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SKYLIGHT
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Lounge a
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SEVEN MILE at WYOMING

,

JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
?EAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a board of
directors meeting noon Monday
at the home of Mrs. Ida Tuben,
13274 N. Norfolk, to make ar-
rangements for the annual donor
affair. In charge of the event
will be Mesdames 0. H. Kavieff,
chairman; Ida Goldsmith, Elsa
Palmer, Jack Seder, Rabi Bess
and Bert Harvitt.
* * *
M4SHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will meet Monday at the
synagogue to hear an address
by Rabbi Stoliman on "Passover
in the Home." Refreshments
will be served. A games night
will be held 9 p.m. Thursday in
the , social hall, featuring prizes
and refreshments.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet Wednesday,
12:30 p.m., at the home of Rose
Finklestein, 24250 E a s t w o o d,
Oak Park. Frieda Metz, presi-
dent, announces a rummage sale,
to be conducted Monday, at Vic-
tor Hotel, Highland Park.
*
*

• NORTH WOODWARD
BRANCH, Jewish Women's
European Welfare Organization,
will hold a luncheon and games
party noon Tuesday at Fed-
erals Department S tore on
Grand River Ave., announces
Sarah Winokur, chairman. Als
in charge of the event are L
Curtis and Rose Zuckerm
Proceeds. will go toward
support of widows and orph
For information, call BR 3-6
*
*
MEDICAL AID GUILD
hold a board meeting and lunc
eon noon Monday at the home
of Mrs. Lawrence Blau, 18509
Pennington. Co-hostesses will be
Mrs. Max Neuman and Mrs.
Harry Stoll.
*
*
*
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will
present a program entitled
"America's Music" 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Ted Powers, 8572 Huntington,
ton rs. Pow-

ded in
ate. In
s will
m are Bett Kowol-
the pr
chavie
anist; Rhoda
sky,
Sh. es, soprano; Leo Mogill,
rg, ac-
4, • r; and B. la Gol
# mpa
st. rman is Mrs.
raver.

0

eer
en 12:
the Golden Chain, will give ari TER,
For the
tesday at the home of
"outgoing" luncheon for Worthy
Edward Miller, 18024
Perfect Affair . . .
Matron Mrs. Esther Horowitz
ggs. Guests invites .
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ran-
ucci's. Guests are invited. Fob"
reservations, call Mrs. Sophia
UNIVERS
and His- Orchestra
Rosen, DI 1-3950.
sorin
dassah, is
UN 3-3737
* * *
guard Players perfo
"Rivers in the Desert" b the comedy "
s will go to
it 1
Nelson Gluecic will be reviewed
. sah edical Organiza-
at the next meeting of the the
or resery •*ons ••s-
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS tio
Fine Photography
en,
g•
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY 12:30 • t Mrs.-
ndids Professionally Finished
rt
594;
Mrs.
p.m. Wednesday at the Esther
For Appointment Phone
Berman Build- -2860; and
KE 1-0104
EIBICK
N 3-
ing, at 18977
Schaefer. Mrs.
ROSE CLUB
Alexander
a "Las Vegas Night"
OSENBLAT ORCHESTRA
Sanders w i 1
eview th Saturday at H im Gree ne
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
berg Cent
book in tribu
and His -Entertainment
purchased
Specialty—
to the fort
members.
coming Isra
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
Bar Mitzva Florence el, LI •-
KE 8-1291
UN 4-0237
Year. Mrs. Al-
eeman,
chair-
b er t Elazar,
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BE
AARON SISTER-
•Mrs. Sanders chairman of
OD'S book review series an-
PLASTIC FURNITURE c
the day, an-
nounces the fourth an ast re- ■
COVERS
nounces the Auxiliary Chor
• .
i
view wi
MADE TO ORDER
Group will render Israeli so
11
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Thursda
in
A dessert luncheon will
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cial
hal
X CALL ANNA KARBAL m
served by social* chairman
,,.
Maurice
Gorreli
LI 2-0874
Charles Heiman and her
econd Cruci- :ix.;77i:e7X•1•;:- ::•:•.:•::::>:*:•';:::• ■ .:i7iaeal
Samuel's
mittee. Mrs. Jacob Axel
president; invites all
and gu

Mickey Woolf

EDAH STUDIO

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ii

* * *

A general meeting of the
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
be
LADIES AUXILIARY
Tue- y - eth
held 12: 0
g a
Aaron
r
Thatcl
report
presi nt,
ash-
nati al assembly held •
y" and
ingt , and "Happy
m," recent
"Stairway to Jer
ill be shown,
Israeli mov .
rogram chairman
Mrs. oilliam Schumer. Social
chairmen Mesdames William
Hordes, Abraham Goldstein and
Julius London will serve a des-
sert luncheon. Hostesses will be
Mesdames . Peter Chodoroff,
Abraham Panush and Maurice
Schubiner. Friends are invited.
* * *

A special initiating meeting
of OAK PARK CHAPTER, Or-
der of the Eastern Star, will be
held 8 p.m. Thursday at 150
\ester, Ferndale. Flor e n c e
Striph, Lillian Luzkow a
a Aa ged
Circle Three have
hair fashion Style
Ross and
guest artists B
will be chap-
Mr. Ralph. Mo
ter members id guests. Hair
eauty tips, prizes
fashion new
ents w'll b
and refres
•ted.
mbers
tured. All
* *

HOM OR AGED
EN'S A LIARY will
ion of_ officers
old its e
oliday Manor, an-
Monday
resident Mrs. Walter
nounc
The Home's Choral
will
A game arty lun
roup will present a musical
program. Refreshments will be be held y HUNTI TON
• UP, South Oak-
WOODS
served. Guests are invited.
land Count hapter of Hada
DETROIT LINK, Order of sah,, 12.30 p. Tuesday
ames
Raven Art Gall
Couzens. Prizes and a bake sale
will be featured. Proceeds will
go toward Youth Aliyah. For
information and tickets, call
Ruth Garber, LI 6-1764.

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*

*

*

AESCULAPIAN LADIES
AUXILIARY will hold a board
meeting 12:30 p.m. Thursday at
the home of Mrs. Michael Wai-
ner, 18083 Wisconsin. Luncheon
will be served. Board members
are urged to attend.
* * *
Mrs. Florence Drapkin will
review "Papa's Golden Land" at
a meeting of AVODAH CHAP-

m

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