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May 19, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-19

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Mark Milestone
in Sylvia Danto's
Life of Service

Berezin-Zuroff
Troth Announced

(More Clubs Page 19)
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
MOTHERS' CLUB will hold its
anniversary and last meeting of
the season Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. David H. Yaffe,
18244 Northlawn. For informa-
tion, call UN 1-7856.

Miriam Goldman, vice presidents;
Chilly Revich, treasurer; Edith
Butrimovitz, Rose Blitz, Esther
Broad, Eva Wiesner, secretaries;
Sarah Gutman, Elsie Katz, Freda
Klein, Jean Weiss, Lea Zwick,
Anne Weinstein, Belle Bassin,
Geri Greenfield, Gussie Anstan-
dig and Fanny Katz, board mem-
bers.
* * *
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE
SISTERS will install new officers
following a meeting and luncheon
beginning 11 a.m. Tuesday at
Northland Center Auditorium,
announces President Mrs. George
Rosenberg. The new slate in-
cludes Mesdames Simon Traurig,
president; Herman Schonberg,
vice-president; Stanley Baar, Har-
old Jackson, Leonard Pinter, sec-
retaries; Saul Kaplan, treasurer;
Ben Stein, mentor; Seymour
Grossfield, warden; Raymond
Kahrnoff, guardian. The cere-
mony will be conducted by Mrs.
Harris Crane. The program will
feature Mrs. Betty Stultz, soloist,
and Mrs. Marian Bergstrom, ac-
companist. Guests are invited.

U. of M. Hine'
Fetes Leaders

A number of Detroit students
were cited for special service
and leadership this week at the
annual honors program and in-
stallation of officers of the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation at the
University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor, announced Dr. Herman
Jacobs, director.
Those who received certifi-
cates of honor for their efforts
in various Hillel departments
were Harriet G. Averbuch,
Lawrence E. Melamed, Patricia
A. Reiter, Douglas D. Ross,
James M. Wechsler, Ira G.
Harris and Linda S. Milan.
Other students from the state
who received awards are Ber-
MISS JOANNE BEREZIN
nice D. Benjamin of Ann Arbor,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Berezin Mimi C. Berman of Grand
of Tiffin, 0., announce_ the en- Rapids, Rochelle Elaine Cutler
gagement of their daughter, of Southfield and Marlene
Joanne, to Arnold Zuroff, son of Jacobs of Birmingham.
Those installed in office in-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zuroff, 25169
clude Barry M. Sherman of
Southwood, Southfield.
Toledo, president; Robert M.
The bride-elect, a f o r m e r Berger of ChicagO, ,Debra R.
student at Ohio State Univer- Horowitz of Cleveland and Linda
sity, now attends Wayne State S. Lurie of New York, executive
University. Her fiance is - a vice presidents; Harriet Aver-
student at the University of buch, secretary; and John IL
Detroit Dental School and is Jacobowitz of Buffalo, treasurer.
affiliated with Alpha Omega
and Phi Sigma Delta frater-
nities. •
A November wedding is
planned.

It seldom happens that a
woman lets her age be known.
But in the instance of Sylvia
Danto, it would be virtually
impossible to crowd so much
activity and work for communal
good in the
* *
proverbial 21
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
years.
will elect new officers Monday
Mrs. Danto,
evening at the Workmen's
as a matter
Cir c I e, announces President
of fact, is
Mrs. Al Sklar. The installation
quite pleased
luncheon will be held noon
at approach-
June 13 at Tam O'Shanter
ing the mile-
Country Club.
stone of 60
* * *
years, which
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
she celebrates
will hold its annual membership
May 16. Mrs. Danto
luncheon noon May 29 at the
The wife of Dr. Samuel B. home of Mrs. Philip Dubrinsky,
Danto, a dentist, Mrs. Danto 19430 Lucerne, with-Mrs. Tubie
currently occupies her time as Resnick as co - hostess. Mrs.
recording secretary of the social Morris Adler will review the
affairs committee of the Wom- book "Who Killed Society?"
en's City Club; is a member of
* *
the board of trustees of Temple
OAKLAND
HILLS CHAP-
Israel and chairman of its house
committee and was recently .ap- TER, Women's American ORT,
pointed general chairman of will hold its- second installation
* * *
the Fine Arts Exhibit of the of officers and mother-daughter
MUSIC STUDY CLUB will pre-
Michigan State Democratic banquet 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
Women, slated for Sept. 22-24 at Sammy's Avalon Room. Mrs. sent a musical program under the
Harold Kukes, regional vice direction of its philanthropic com-
at the Light Guard Armory.
president of honor roll, will be mittee 2 p.m. Thursday for the
A few years back, she was installing officer. Mrs. Max Home for Aged. Participating will
one of 150 "Women of Achieve- Beal, regional vice president of be Shirley Munson and Ruth
ment" from Detroit so selected organization, will also be in at- Terebelo, contraltos; Irene Rack-
by the Soroptimist Club, and, in tendance. Those to be installed lin, soprano; a novelty trio con-
1950, she was honorary mother to the board intlude Mesdames sisting of Doris Gantz, Lois Ack Lou B
ociated
of Michigan, an honor she William Wolk, president; Frank and Mamie Lawson; Esther Ros-
ark Motor Sales
shared with the late Mrs. Henry Nager, Sherman Becker, Burton enfeld, violinist; and Rose Bassin
on Brown has extended a
Ford.
Burnstein and Donald . Ketai, Stein, accompanist. Mrs. Rubin
President of the Temple Is- vice presidents; Bernard Sivin, Boyarsky will read a humoro
ersonal invit 'on to al his
rael Sisterhood for three years treasurer; Harry Tauber, Lester Yiddish dialogue written for
former custo
,
he
and now honorary president for Becher and Abe Rozanoff, sec- by her husband Cantor
n to acquaint t
Our Large and fine
life, Mrs. Danto also served retaries; Stanley Millman, par- Boyarsky. Mistress of cere
• 410 ents
ies sales and
lection of Pins, Charms,
of
.
the
League
is
as president of
om- at Park M r
liamentarian. A skit, written by will be Mrs. Norman Alla
Bracelets, Laveliers, Rings,
Jewish Women's Organizations Chapter members, will be per- mittee chairman.
he is no ssociated.
etc. Now is the Time to
for four years; was three times formed by the drama committee
awson,

* * *
Formerly with
Pick Your Gift for Con-
president of the Michigan under the direction of Mrs.
ury dealer on
Inc., Li
DAVID HORODOKER
Federation of Temple Sister- Ketai, chairinan. For informa-
firmation, Consecration
is,
Brown
said
Park
hoods, and served for six years tion, call Mrs. Sivin, LI 7-3380. WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION
and Graduation, from
Sales
located
at
18100
Wood-
nounces plans for a luncheon to
on the national board of the
* * *
ward, between W. Six and Seven
Our Choice Selection!
June
7
at
the
Federal
be
held-
National Federation of Temple
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO- Department Store at Grand Mile Rds., will continue the
Visit With the Lattin's
Sisterhoods.
same quality care as his cus-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
AT
And while she has accom- TION will meet noon Tuesday River Rd. and Oakman Blvd. tomers have received in the
plished many goals in the Jew- at Jericho Temple, 18495 Wy- Hostesses for the event will be past. He will sell Lincolns, Mer-
A E L T I
t W
ish community, one of -her oming, for election of officers. Mesdames L. Cohen, L. Figlen, curys and Comets.
EWE L ER S
M. Goldberg, J. Guterman, A:
greatest triumphs was as Jew-
* * *
e reached at TO
He
Levine, I. Lawton and J. Zem-
ish co-chairman of the Detroit
129-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
9-
AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
FERNDALE 20; MICHIGAN
Round Table, a post she held Women, will hold its installa- mol. Proceeds will be used for
LI 2 2110
for five years, during which tion of officers and Mother's the benefit, of needy families h
If things don't come your
Open: Thurs., Fri., Sat. to 9
time the program of "friendship Day dinner 6 p.m. Tuesday at - and in Israel. For infor
way, you're probab using the
and ticke
teas" was developed.
wrong kind of bait
the Kenwood Restaurant. For
From 1955- to 1960, Mrs. reservations, call Mrs. Lillian TY
*
*
Danto was on the steering com-
Gemza, BR 3-3140.
ALONAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
mittee for the Age of Opportu-
• * *
Give
Women, will hold its installation
K i
nity, a Conference for the
S
I
TEMPLE BETH AM
and mothers and daughters ban-
Mature WoMan, sponsored by HOOD has elected its fir
ate quet, featuring a children's fa-
SPORTING EQUIPMENT
the .University of Michigan Ex-
of officers. Included
Mes- shion shot 7 p.m. esday at
tension Service together with
, presi-
dames Bertha David
Holiday
major community organizations
d Reva
throughout the city and dent; Arlene Walt
office
Zeme, vice preside
; Rosalie kind, siden Ida'Dims,
FOR ANY OCCASION
suburbs.
vian Hen-
Melman, treasurer;
ice F man, Rita Seidman
She holds a ten-year pin from
nes and Franceen
rt, secre-
nts;
the March of Dimes, and
Anne hapiro, vice
OLYMPIC SPORTING GOODS CO.
r, Phyllis
served as a judge for the Ruth taries; Audrey Sh
aine Dvor-
Shirley Schoenbe
Hochberg,
JoAnne
enn
and
Sid Fishman — Lou Fishman — Dan Katkin
Alden Goodfellow Dress con-
aber, secretar-
kin
and
Miriam. King, boar
embers.
DI 1-8489
test for 13 years and of the
ean Schmidt, treasurer.
19129
LIVERNOIS
at 7 Mile
For advance tickets a
Kresge Dolls for five years.
They
will
be
installed
by
Mrs.
9
P.M.
Open
Thursday
and
Friday
to
In addition to her work in mation about a games party to Ethyl Wasser.
the community, Mrs. Danto has be held next month, call Reva
raised two sons, Dr. Arthur C. Zeme, GR - 4-7333, or Vivian
Danto, professor of philosophy Hennes, GR 6-1029.
Michigan's Oldest Jewish Camp
* * *
at Columbia University and a
CITY
OF
HOPE
CANCER
For Boys and Girls 5-15
prominent New York artist, and
Bruce L. Danto, who will grad- FIGHTERS has issued a
uate this June from the Wayne volunteers to ring,..clo• e is on
State University college of June 1 for the,saicitation which
will climax -the current drive for
medicine.
The Dantos reside - at 26725 the CiW'' of Hope, according to
Hendrie, Huntington Woods. Mrs,lEmanuel Schwartz, commit-
teftchairman. Proceeds will help
Long Lake in the Beautiful Waterloo Recreation Area
gvirther the City of Hope progra
Neil Cohen to Chair
f natient care, research and ed
-
ation aimed at the
W AN EXCLUSIVE CHILDREN'S CAMP
U-M Homecoming
eradication
* Experienced Leadership, Expert & Mature Staff
Neil G. Cohen, a junior at t
eases. Fina e
une 8 in
University of Michigan, was na
will be a Ta
• Every Sport — From. Canoeing to Horseback Riding
Volunteer
the downtow
ed general chairman of the a
workers
are
ed
to
call
Mr
nual Homecoming, to be held
* Jewish Content, Israeli Musk & Dancing
Tathan Cohen, Tag Day
October, it was announced by th
Mrs.
an, UN 2-4647,
Michigan Union.
* Modern Health Center . . . Food with a "Yiddisher Tam"
Contribu-
artz, UN 3-6
Last year, Cohen, as .chairman
of the international affairs com- tio made by mail
8 WEEK — 4 WEEK — 2 WEEK SESSIONS
mittee of the Michigan Union, to the campaign headquarters,
ran the International Fair, which 18423 Wyoming.
*
*
REGISTER NOW
attracted wide attention. He is
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Zeldon
Sophie • Sislin, Registrar
Emanuel (Muni) Mark, Director
RAEL SISTERHOOD has elected
S. Cohen of Warrington Dr.
19508 Griggs
a new slate of officers,, in-
1 91 61 Schaefer
Time proves that only the cluding Mesdames Nettie Su-
DI 1-9646
UN 4-0730
DI 1-0669
worker succeeds in this life— kenic, president; Marian Du-
not the fellow who is worked. chan, Ada Lew, Lillian Feldstein,

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