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June 02, 1961 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-02

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Hadassah Luncheons Honor Move Beth Yehudah
of Medical Center, Education Day Women Set Art
Two• major luncheon events
Five hundred patients and
for the coming two weeks are 1,200 medical personnel will be Shows, Lunches

Center Slates Play, Movie and Mystery Trip

Highlighting Jewish
p.m. June 11 in the Aaron
tivities the first ha
Theater. Following the
a play, mdvi
yster
movi Sol Dann, well-known ,at-
ney.
torney, will discuss "Has Man- -
The
uth. Division will pre semen Usurped the Rights of
sent
Caine Mutiny". 8. p.m: S khol rs?" Refreshments will
Sa day and Sunday in the be= serve
on DeRoy Theater. Proceeds Paren Without Partners will
ill be used to subsidize a Teen depart
a mystery bus trip
eadership Tr ining stitu
June 1 Members will meet at
The Cinema o u
the C ter parking lot at 8:15
"The Solid G
p.m.
or information, call UN
Judy Holliday
1
u,.
4-

' on the agenda of Detroit Chap- settled on that day into the
The Women's Division of the
ter of Hadassah.
largest hospital establishment
Mrs. S. L. A. Marshall, wife in the Middle East, built by "Save Beth Yehudah" Campaign
of Brig. General Marshall, will members of Hadassah at a cost is conducting a series of events
early this month for the bene-
be guest speaker at the annual of $25 million.
fit of the $150,000 • Deficit Re-
Education Luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Featured entertainers at the
June 14 at Larco's Inn, '7525 musicale will be Mesdames Ar- tirement Campaign.
An art exhibit will be hel
McNicholt, announces Mrs. thur W. Monson, mezzo soprano,
George Rubin, vice-president of Nathan Rosenfeld, violinist, and 1 p.m. Wednesday at the ho
of Mrs. Maurice Neback, 79
education.
Don Frohman, accompanist. Concord, Huntington Wood
Mrs. Marshall, who, with her Prizes will be awarded.
The showing will feature t
husband, recently returned from
All women wishing to join
Israel where they observed the Hadassah without a sponsor also work of Ben Glicker and G1
ton Dowdell. Hostesses will
Eichmann trill, will discuss are invited.
Mrs. Neback and her daughte
"The Man in the Glass Case,"
Mrs. Sherman Kay.
the many aspects of the trial, its
Also an original portrait ex-
affect on both Jews and non-
ecuted and framed by an artist
Jews throughout the world.
will be awarded.
Reservations for the subscrip-
Other events scheduled are
tion luncheon are being taken
Rita Sloan, young Detroit a dessert luncheon 1 p.m. Wed-
by the Hadassah office, BR pianist, will give a piano recital
' 3-5441, Dorothy Albert, UN Sunday, 2 p.m., at the Jewish nesday at the home of the
Charles Sniders, 18687, George
• IMMEDIATE CONFIRMATION •
-3157, and Pearl Keyn, UN Center. Admis-
Washington, Southfield, a n d
4-2723.
sion is free.
another event at the home of
* * *
Miss Sloan,
Mrs. Hyman Beale, 17401 Cherry-
A two-fold event will be who studied
lawn.
celebrated at a petite luncheon with ,Julius
and musicale 12:30 p.m. Tues- Chajes at the
19437 LIVERNOIS, Just North of OUTER DRIVE
day at Hadassah House, an- Center Music
SOC Hadassah Fetes
nounces Mrs. William Wets- School for the
Hospital 'Moving Day'
man, membership vice-presi- past seven
dent.
years, was re-
at Luncheon Tuesday
New members and their spon- cently award-
Dorothy Sa
sors will be guests of Hadassah ed first prize
cafe socie
entertai
for This event, which will cele- in the Michi-
a lunch
outh Oakland
brate the conclusion of the cur- gan Federation
Count
ada h members who
rent membership enrollment of Music Clubs
hav
their donor quota
and the moving day of Hadas- and Michigan
THE
• s d a • at the To
and
sah-Hebrew University Medical Music Teach-!
ntry Club, acc
Center.
er's Associa-
rs. Oscar Band
MEMBER
The world's
tion's student
foremost resort HOTEL
rs. Stanley
_ Miss Sloan
competition.
Ira Guilden to Head Miss Sloan will graduate from raising coordi
"Let's Move
Call
Foundation of JNF Oak Park High School thi will be the slog
he 1 ch-
June.
The inaugural convocation of
eon, since" Jun
the
the . National Council of the
day that Hadass 's pa
is in
Foundation tot- the Jewish Na-
five temporary h
itals in
tional Fund will take place June
Jerusalem will be
ed to the
11. at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,
ew Hadassah-He ew Univer-
NeW York, it ced
ty -Medical C
er at Kiryat
TRAVEL AGENCY
by-fudge Ber
A. Rosen
assah.
18246
WYOMING AVE. • DETROIT MICH.
chairman
F undation, a
PAUL FRENCH, veteran re-
Albert
esident of th
ads bring fast results!
il jeweler of. northeast De- Clas
JNF-
Ai :erica.
oit, has been 'named assistant
ThEr highlight of the inaugural
the general sales manager
will ' lilt the - installatio
Ira
Sidney Krandall and Sons,
Guilden as chairman G
na- ewelers, located at 14528 Sec-
tional council.
• ato ond in Highland Park.
Jacob K. Jav
.Y. yor R
* * *
ertg F. Wagn
d Rabbi E
Dr. LEON FRAM, senior
Julius
f Templ m- rabbi of Temple Israel, is in
a s uel, Ne Y k,. are
ong Cincinnati, O., this weekend as
th ea d ers
will ad ,
the the congregation's representa- 1
gat
ing.
tive at the dedication of new
dormitories and the new library
of the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion. As
the holder of a Doctor of Divin-
ity degree from the Cincinnati
JOE E. LEW
1.1
July 3
institution, Dr. Fram also will
take part in the processional,
marking the ordination of new
Reform rabbis, which will
CALL ANY ONE OF OUR -
march from the HUC-JIR cam-
5 CONVENIENT OFFICES
pus to the Isaac M. Wise
Temple.
* * *
U.S. Sen. HUBERT H. HUM-
' ETDIE GORME &
PHREY, assistant Senate major-
STEVE LAWRENCE
Labor Day Weekend
18657 Livernois
ity leader, will deliver the
1 1h Blocks S. of 7 Mile
major address at Brandeis Uni-
UN 2-7555
MARLENE DIETRICH
versity's tenth commencement
Aug. 5
Open Thurs. till 8:30 p.m.
on June. 11.
Northland Center
* * _*
In Concourse Parking Lot "C"
SAMUEL SPIEGLER of New
Open Thurs., Fri. to 9
York was elected president of
EL 6-2345
VE 8-0030
the_Association of Jewish Com-
651.7 Second Blvd:
munity Relations Workers at
Across from GM Bldg.
the annual meeting of the asso-
TR 2-6000
ciation held Monday in Boston.
Eastland Center
* * *
Parking Lot No. 1
- Dr. DAN VOGEL, acting dean
Open Thurs., Fri. to 9
of Yeshiva University's Stern
DR 1-3700
College for Women since 1958,
CONNIE FRANCIS
Wonderland Center
July 1S
has been appointed dean, Dr.
Livonia, Mich.
Samuel Belkin, president of the
GA 7-0820
university, announced.
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• Sloan Piano
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