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June 02, 1961 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-02

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omen's Cluhs

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will install officers at a
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Ranucci's Restaurant. Installing
officer of the ceremony, en-
- - titled "S y m -
bols of Our
Jewish H e r
tage," will be
Mrs. Philip P.
Fealk, national
vice- president
of the Na-
tional Bureau
o f Federated
Jewish W o m-
en's Organiza-
tions and
guide of Dis-
trict 6, Bnai
Brith Women.
Those to be
Mrs. Belinsky installed i n -
elude Mesdames William Belin-
sky, 'president; Harry Brown,
Manuel Nieman, vice-presidents;
M. Binen, L. Elbinger, L. Grus-
kin, secretaries; Morris Green-
berg, treasurer; Morris Lessen, S.
J. Nadek, case chairmen; Law-
rence L.- Shapiro, S. Pushkin,
social chairmen; M. Weisman,
publicity; Sam Dean, member-
ship;
ship; Marty Cohen, sunshine;
Sam Gold, _Morris Alter, Jack
Lipovitch, telephone; Louis
Freedman, tribute.
* * *
VLADIMIRITZER EMER-
GENCY RELIEF ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a games party
Tuesday at Cong. Beth Joseph,
announces . Mrs. Samuel A.
Kayne, chairman. In charge of
the event are Mrs. S. Cohen
and Mrs. S. Kurnetz. For tickets
and information, call Mrs. Co-
hen, VE 8-3208, or Mrs, KUrnetz,
UN 3-6156.
* * * .
DAVID - HORODOKER
YOUNG. WOMEN'S ORGANI-
ZATION will hold a luncheon
Wednesday at Federal Depart-
ment Store, Grand River at
Oakman, announces President
Mrs. Alex Dorchen. Hostesses
will be Mesdames L. Cohen, L.
Figlen, M. Goldberg, J. - Guter-
man, A. Levine, I. Lawton and
J.- Zem n : eds will bp
us. • or needy *.
s here-
in Isra or tike and
nformati.s
call Mrs. .1":, F • d-
man, U 1-6793, or Mrs.
Kreesl , TY 5-2647,
* * *
- - CONG. BETH J EPH SIS
TERHOOD wi
a boar
meeting noo
sy a•
e
cres
es.

fice include Mesdames Goldie
Schwartz, president; Frances
Mill, vice - president; Lillian
Schwartz, treasurer; Trudy Hertz-
berg and Rose Sheipson, secre-
taries; Jean Lipken, hospitality;
Evelyn Shenkman and Rose
Cherner, social; Bessie Stone,
sunshine; Jeanette Tarree and
Tillie Sable, flower fund; Grace
Finkel, publicity.

* * *

Mrs. Joseph (Dora) Ehrlich,
celebrating her 80th year; was
honored at a meeting of the
board of directors and execu-
tive committee of the SINAI
HOSPITAL WOMEN'S GUILD
held this morning at the home
of President Mrs. William P.

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the synagogue. Chairmen are
Mrs. Emil Spilrn and Mrs. Solo-
mon Schwartz. Mel Richman will
install the following officers:
Mesdames Meyer Berman, pres-
ident; Meyer Berke, Charles
Shene and Henry Schore, vice-
presidents; Eugene Rosen, Rob-
ert Kane and Irving Berson,
secretaries; Joseph Greenberg,
treasurer;. Samuel Traison, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Morris Simon,
chaplain. Cantor Hyman Adler
and the Sisterhood choral group
will entertain. Guests are in-
vited.
* * *

JUNIOR PRIMROSE OLUB
will hold a wienie roast and hay-
ride June 3 at the Baylor Stables
in Farmington. For reservations,
call Sandie Landau, GR 4-8368,
or Thelma Stalburg, LI 8-6948.
(More Clubs Page 16)

vlirR.BE,

FULL L

LE

,

E T
1 hold
its "nstallat . n
ers at a
fun eon • 30 p
Wednesday
at
rco's est
ant. Installing
offic s will
• earl Miller and
Lillia
r. Those to take of-

.

Greenberg, 16564 Indiana. Mrs.
Ehrlich organized the Guild in
1952.
* * *
IOTA ALPHA PI, Wayne
State University Nu Chapter, has
elected a new slate of officers
including Linda Balaban, chan-
cellor; Carol Levin, secretary;
Rena Winter, treasurer; and
Eleanor Bailey, vice president
and pledge mother. Voted the
sorority's most active members
this year , were Rose Freedman
and Paula Pollock. _
* * *
KAPPA NU MOTHERS
CLUB will hold its installation
of officers • 8 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mrs. Sam Weiner,

19140 Rutherford. To take office
are Mesdames Jennie Robbins,
president; Sylyia Layne, vice
president; Bell Fealk and Anne
Mondrow, secretaries; and Ros-
etta Weiner, treasurer. Supper
will be served. Friends are in-
vited.
* * *
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE
SISTERS will hold its ninth
birthday luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Tam O'Shanter Coun-
try Club, announces President
Mrs. Simon Traurig. Chairmen
are Mesdames Bernard Lynn,
Seymour Grossfield and Fred
Layne. The program will feature
liana arid Shimon Gewirtz in
"Songs of Our People."
* * *
CONG. BNAI DAVID SIS-
TERHOOD will hold a combined
installation of officers and vic-
tory party 8:30 p.m. Monday at

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