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April 14, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-14

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Furniture Club of Detroit, Noted for Child Welfare Hadassah Launches Membership
Work, Honors 23 Past Presidents at Awards Night
Drive, Shower Month for Supplies

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
has scheduled its annual mem-
bership drive to begin with a
"briefing meeting" April 27 at
Hadassah House.
Directing the campaign is
Mrs. William Wetsman, assisted
by Mesdames Samuel Rhodes,

Herman Fishman, Alfred Rosen
and Abe Lapides.
Highlighting the drive will be
a luncheon for workers' reports
May 11 at Hadassah House and
a membership tea with enter-
tainment and prizes June 6 at
Hadassah House.
This entire month of April is
Bnai David Sisterhood "Shower Month for dassah
Supplies," a fund-rais g effort
Holds 25th Anniversary to purchase equipm
and ma-_
Donor Fete Wednesday terials for Had ah installa-
tions in Israe All Hadassah
Cong. Bnai David Sisterhood groups qhis
nth are holding
will hold its 25th anniversary "Do ars
Supplies" showers
donor luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wed- at th
eetings.
nesday in the
synagogue's so-
cial hall, an-
on Frohman Chorus
nounces Mrs.
Mumford High,
Morris Brand-
April 30
wine, chair-
man.
sefterfo'''''Vfter
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traction
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Pr

The Furniture Club of Detroit recently hon-
ored its past presidents at a special awards
night, with Circuit Judge Nathan Kaufman
making the presentations. The past presidents
are, from left' (bottom row), Victor Finn,
Lou Daneman, Heylett Barker, Larry Wein-
garden, Walter Bergers, Warren Greenstone,
Nat Risen, Hy Gach; (top row), Harry, Wein-
garden, Sam Markofsky, Raymond Redlich,

Morton Newlander, Arthur Leebove, James
Stein, Patrick Haggerty and Herman Mathias.
Past presidents not shown are Milton Mitten-
thal, Leslie Durgan, William, Byrd, James
Forbes, E. I. White, Eugene Simms and Al
Sklar. President for 1961 is Harry Goldberg.
The Furniture Club is recognized for its out-
standing work in child welfare.

A.rtA Announcements

April 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Leo..
Papp of Patton Ave., a son,
Andrew Alan.
* * *
April 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Klein (Judy Seid),
10431 Saratoga, Oak Park, a
daughter, Sharon Lee.
* * *
April 5' — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin J. Golden (Marjorie
Rowin) of Steger Ct., a son,
Richard Jeremy.
* * *
April 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney F e r s h t m a n (Judith
Stoll), 24761 Manistee, Oak
Park, a daughter, Julie Ilene.
* -* *
March 31 —.To Mr. and Mrs:
Stuart Sachse (Andrea Korn),
24371 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
.son, Edmond Alan.
• * *
March 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kopnick (Fern Steingold),
23034 Webster, Oak Park, a son,
Mitchell Allen.
*, * *
March 30—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin J. Iwrey (Debbie Mich-
aels), 20247 Redfern, a son,
Howard Bruce.
* * *
March 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Donald H. Kahn (B a r b a r

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* * *

March 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Resnick,. former De-
troiters now living in Lake Mo-
hegan, N. Y., ' a son, Harry
Nathan.
* * *
March 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Rachman (Naomi Polu-
koff, formerly of Detroit), 1709
Springfield, Lansing, a son,
Eliot David.
.* * *
March 2 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Gerald H: Mandell (Beatrice
Hollander), 8 5 5 4 Centralia,
Dearborn, a son, Steven How-
ard.

Brevities

WOLVERINE STATE CITI-
ZENS LEAGUE, a non-partisan
organization, is stepping up its
drive to obtain 100,000 signatures
to revise the charter of Detroit
to provide for the election of De-
troit Councilmen by districts. H.
B. Tenenbaum, executive direc-
tor, pointed out "the need for
placing responsibility—or lack of
it—on local representatives. Un-
der the present system, the
citizens of Detroit find it difficult
'nion or grievous-
'cular Council-

cessive year
ayne State
ion series on
been given a
the outstanding
program on tele-
was presented
it
cil on Edu-
ional Television
d Radio at
its ann, ands nner April

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Dubrinsky Wins
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am Rubin,
23
, Oak Park, will
be hos and hosteSs to an exec-
Enjoy the 1961
utive board meeting of the
FEZ-tiyal of FUN,
omer Aid and Ladies. ociety,
. A young Detroit attorne
8:30 .m. Monday at the Work-
completing basic train'
man's ircle Center, 19340 W.
the U.S. Air Fore
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awarded the
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Honor Med
Discus n will center on
sponsored by the
Citizens'
ommittee for the events to
held in the summer
Army,
y, and Air Force.
and fall.
Th• recipient, Seymour N.
Dub s sky, 25, is th son of Mr.
and Mrs. Reubin Dubrinsky,
om Apr' 0.
19
Warrington.
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abbi New
ho - as
hored works
Hassidism,
s a Hassidic theme for the new
a. It is "a play in thre
on
1 Sh
Wolf.'
In this play, the Baal Shem,_
the founder ,of the Hassidic move-
ment, is presented in a most in-
teresting light. At one point he
suggests that if he could talk
to the wolf he could tame him.
The play lends itself for pro-
duction by schools and dramatic
groups. Permission must be se-
cured from the author. Bloch
Publishing Co. published the
play.
Other plays by Dr. Newman
include "The Woman at the
Wall" and "Pangs of the Mes-
siah."

chool Staffs Hashomer Sets Panel
A panel will discuss the com-
ether Sunday
ing Israeli elections, the Eich-

ci ether of
the rs of
e • eligious
ols of Metrop
Detroit
set
:
nday at
Bnai •she go • . Sponsor
ct
cil.
is year's Sem-
e me
r will
r around the 13th
Ann'
y of Israel and will
e a total Israeli program.

Larry
reedman

mann trial and other current
issues at a meeting. of Ameri-
cans for Progressive Israel-
Hashomer Hatzair 8:30 p.m.
April 22 at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. The meeting is
open to the public.
Following a question and an-
swer period, a social hour with
refreshments is planned.

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To prove
r guests HOW POSITIVE we are that
weight a
r SPA — without medication — but with
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etc
t, relax
and a well balanced 3 meals a day con-
die — we
allowing a ONE DOLLAR DISCOUNT FOR
EVERY POUN
LOSE. TO BE DEDUCTED FROM YOUR BILL
AFTER A
OF NOT LESS THAN ONE WEEK AT THE SPA.
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