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May 05, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-05

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Teach." New officers and di- Bleier, UN 1-4851, or the Tem-
rectors will be installed. For ple, TR 5-8530.
reservations call Mrs. Joseph
(More Clubs Page 16)

Paula Finkelstein has been in-
stalled president of the SHOLEM
ALEICHEM INSTITUTE WO-
MEN'S DIVISION. Others to take
office include
Louise Blank
adviser; Ida
Komaroff
chairman; Min
nie Avrin and
Eva Jacobson,
vice presi-
dents; Julia
Weis s, chair-
man, and
Mani a Wein-
stein- and • Ra-
chael Gore n-
bein, fund-rais-
ing; Sarah Kan-
t a r, financial
secretary a n d Mrs. Finkelstein
treasurer; Bessie Litwak, Gladys
Kaminer; Frances Driker and
Esther Reder, secretaries; Sarah
Friedman, culture director;
Frances Driker, chairman, and
• Rose Bader, Sarah Grant and
Sarah Sacks, retention; Eva Ja-
cobson, membership; Bessie Za-
rankin, darlings; Eva Jacobson
and Ruth Gosman, sunshine; and
Frances Shayne, publicity.
* * *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold,
a social meeting 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Hayim Greenberg
Center. Plans will be made for
a paid-up membership luncheon.
* * *
The annual installation of
of ficers of BETH AARON
SISTERHOOD will be held
12:30 p.m. Monday in the
synagogue social hall. Mrs. Sid-
ney Rolnick is chairman of the
day. The following officers will
be installed: president, Mrs.
George Fredson; vice-president,
Mesdames Ben Freeman, Abra-
ham Halem and Samuel Wasser-
man; secretaries, Mesdames
Meyer Millman, Seymour Horo-
witz and Louis Stotzky; • treas-
urer, Mrs. Abraham. Meral;
sentinels, Mrs. Joseph Sulkes
and Mrs. Freda Ruby; mailing
secretaries, Mrs. Jack Shapiro;
and trustees, Mesdames Albert
Kaplan, Jack Shenkman and
Adolph Winkler.
'
* * *
CALORIE COUNTERS,
group of local wo
ested in weight
ction, will

meet throu
• er
on Wedn
evenings.
• ut to start a new
group i
"Wei
- Reduction Marathon."
For .
ormation, call KE 5-5247
0
4-9049.

poppy sales May 25, 26 and 27.
A regular meeting will be held
8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
* * *
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER-
HODD will hold its annual
Torah Fund and Installation
Luncheon 12:30 p.m. • Monday.
Officers to be installed are
Mesdames Meyer Levy, presi
dent; Max Lumeisky, Larr
Guttenberg and Bernard White
man, vice-presidents; Henry
Wolf and Ben Simons, Ben
Davis; Bert Heller and Sol
Meyers, secretaries; and Sam
Kaye, treasurer. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. I Goodman, UN
4-1422, or Mrs. H. Wilson, UN
3-0362.
* * *
SHAAREY ZEDEK SISTER-
HOOD'S annual Mothers' Day
luncheon will be held 12:30 p.m.
Monday, according to Mrs.
Tubie Resnik and Mrs. Cyril
Crane, co-chairmen. Featured
will be Mrs. Emma Schaver,
soprano, with Jewish and He-
brew songs. The invocation wil
be given by four generate
of one family, as will the be
diction. Also honored will
the Sisterhood's newly elec
officers: Mesdames Davis B
son, president; Peter Mart
Julius Meskin, and Sander Hil
man, vice-presidents; Alfred
Rosen, treasurer; Sol Myers,
Allan Charlip, Hyman Safran
and Erwin Kornwise, secre-
taries; Abe Katzman, parliamen-
tarian; and Ben Mossman, au-
ditor.
*. * •
LIVONIA JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION SISTERHOOD will
hold installation of officers 8:30
p.m. Monday at the Coolidge
•School, 30500 Curtis. Mistress of
ceremonies Mrs. Harold Fire-
stone will introduce installing
officer Mrs." M. Lehrman, wife:
of Rabbi Moses Lehrman, spiri-
tual leader of Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Those to be installed include
Mesdames Tillie Burnstein,
president; Lorraine Rohan,
Dorothy Bienenfeld and Many
Fellander, vice presidents; Pearl
Mirkin, Estelle Ridler, Marcia
Fox, Ethel Cohen and Sylvia
Fredenthal, secretaries; • Bess
Fox, treasurer; Anita Herman
Rose Ruebens, sentinels.
A
*al hour with refreshments
will
How: Arella Barley, Is-
raeli
si 'el-, will entertain.
• * *
VER • BRAMSON CHAPTER,
Women' American ORT, will
hold a 'thers and daughters in-
* -* *
luncheon '- Monday at
Mrs. Harry Stein .
Hub- stallati
Ranuc
Restaurant. For res-
ll, will
erva
s, call UN 2-8027.
ing 8:
p
* *. *
ROSE_ AL
4 X-
TROIT
LINK, Order of the
ILIA , Ameri
glen. Dis-
olden Chain, will present a
eussio
will
on t
Mothers Day program 8:30 Mon-
day at Jericho Temple. Master
o'er 47 years •
Masons
are invited.
e
* * *
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY" will
hold a board meeting 12:30 p.m.
May 12 at the home of Mrs.
Charles Smith, 18654 San Juan;
announces Chairman Mrs. Baer
Keidan. A dessert luncheon will
be served.
* * *
CONG. BNAI MOSHE SISTER-
for perfect results !
HOOD will hold its annual elec-
tion and installation of officers
WALL-TO-WALL
12:30 p.m. Monday at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Harry Markle and
Mrs. Fred Weiss will install the
Leader's deep cleaning
officers in "Shvester Award" cere-
monies. A skit entitled "It's a
lasts longer
Breeze," written and directed by
SPECIAL
Mrs. Samuel Rosenthal, program
LOOSE RUGS
chairman, will

be narrated by
OM
Jerome Lechner. Mrs. David
9 x12 CTEVNED $ 6 9 " Mrs.
Edward Meer and Mrs.
CASH & CARRY
Weiss and her hospitality com-
SAVE 20%
mittee will serve a dessert
luncheon.
* * *
TOWN AND COUNTRY CHAP-
TER, Women's American ORT,
will hold its fourth annual
CARPET CLEANING CO.
mothers and daughters installa-
8 700 LINWOOD
tion banquet Tuesday -evening at
Mayfair Caterers. Featured will
be Mrs. David Cohen, humorist,
an original skit and prizes. Those

all kip

CUSTOM RUG
CLEANING

CARPET CLEANING

Leader

TY. 5-8400

ames
to be installed in
, president; Je
Milton Supe
,
, Paul Sheri
ome Fr'
own, Melvin Schwartz,
Marti
esidents; Allan Cutler,
vice
in Fitzerman, secretaries;
on Bakst,
eas
TS,
ler, Steven
kne
ayton, Bern
aggleman,
Cole,
ieberman.
N ohn, Morton
iegel, David ah , Bernard
en-
rn, Charles Salter, J
e, , Marvin
Walter
Hy • e Schwartz, Gerald
Rosman, Sol Cohen, Lilo Molitz,
Al Shapiro, Sol Feldman, Paul
Wald and Irving Markel, board of
directors. For information and
tickets, call Mrs. Martin Brown,
VE 7-5661, or Mrs. Sidney Lieber-
man, VE 7-8763.
* *
BRANDEIS C
, •
r
Women,
old
ictory
lunche
celebra
of the
succ
of its cannister drive for
Aliyah on Monday at
el's Tea Room. L. Levitan of
e Israel B
Offic:
be
guest speak

HE .BUS

ESS & PROFESSIONAL CHAPTER

of

B 1 NA1 B'RITH

Invite You To Attend Their
INST
LATION OF OFFICERS — DINNER DANCE
0
undoy, May 7, 1961 at Menjo's at 7:00 p.m.
W. McNichols at Hamilton
c by: The Townsmen
Dinner and Dance—$5.00

Gentlemen—For Dancing Only—$2.00

For reservation, call either Dorothy Goldberg, UN 2-6610- of
Mina Spiro, KE 3-8979

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HANITA
er
Women
eceive e recom-
mende
e of officers from
the nominating committee 9
Monday at the Hayim
erg
nter. The
s meeting
mil • . - • by a coiffure and
beauty demonstration. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Berl Hearshen,
UN 4-5830.
• * *. "
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Wofnen, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center. A Mothers Day pro-
gram will be dedicated by Mrs.
Rebecca Warren and Mrs. Frances
Shayne.. Hostesses will be Mrs.
Sophie' Tatelbaum and Mrs.
Warren.
* * •
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold its annual
mothers and daughters dinner
6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Rain-
bow Terrace. A teenage fashi
show and other ent
have been plann
Lew, progra
man • izes
will be aw
to the youngest
and olde
others present. For
inform
and reservations, call
Mrs.
ainer, UN 1-14

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No order too small or too large.

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AMPLE FREE PARKING ON PREMISES

IES OF
meetin g
ers a
ghters
ednes-
even Masonic Temple.
ertainment, prizes and refresh-
nts will be featured. For in-
ation, call Mary Rosenzw •
4-0336.

TE
EL SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual
luncheon "meeting 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Temple. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Daniel
Jeremy Silver of Cleveland on
"When a Rabbi Listens—Our
Children and What They ,

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