THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 9, 1961 —
activities in Society
MISS MARCIA ROSENFIELD
A luncheon was given Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Avner
Naggar at the home of Mrs. Arthur Chaims, 17505 Winora, South-
field, by 11 members of Alonah Chapter, Pioneer Women. Mrs.
Naggar, a Pioneer Women's Council past vice president, will
depart in August to make her home in Israel with her husband
and five children.
The Gussin Family Club will hold its final meeting of the
season Sunday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Feldman,
24651 Santa Barbara, Southfield. Refreshments will be served.
Rabbi and Mrs. Harry A. Greenfield, 4263 W. Buena Vista,
will leave Detroit to make • their home in Los Angeles, Calif.
Max and Philip Stollman were among 450 Israel Bond leaders
from throughout the country who heard Israeli Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion speak at the tenth anniversary celebration
of Israel Bonds in Philadelphia.
Friends and family will attend a farewell celebration and
dinner party in honor of Howard E. Lazarson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
N. Lazarson, 18600 Birwood, upon his graduation June 22 from
the Wayne State University Medical School. He will intern at
Los Angeles County Hospital.
Miss Lynn Goldberg, of Strathcona Dr., a senior at Mil-
waukee Downer Seminary, Milwaukee, Wis., will be graduated
.011 June 9. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldberg, her sister,
Mrs. Harry Goldberg, Jr., of Fairfield Ave., and nieces, Terry
and Nancy Goldberg, will attend the graduation exercises. •
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Rosen-
field of St. Louis, Mo., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Marcia Jane, to Hannan
Roy Nove, son of Mrs. Rose
Nove of Ilene Ave. and the late
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Ohio State University where
she Was affiliated with Phi
This -Week's Radio - and Television Programs of Jewish Interest
Sigma sorority. Her finance is
tra will play "Music for
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
a graduate of the Wayne State
Strings" by Israeli composer
University College of Engineer-
Time: 11:05 p.m. Sunday
ing where he was affiliated with
Kappa Nu fraternity. A July 30
Feature: In special recogni-
tion of the key 'role played by
wedding is planned.
the dedicated Jewish lay lead-
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday
Student Zionists Fete
ers in the preservation, per-
Israel-Bound Members petuation and expanding posi- Feature: Milton J. Doner,
tion of. Judaism in today's chairinan of Detroit Chapter,'
The Student Zionist Organiza- society, a series of prOgrams
American Jewish Committee,
tion, comprised of college-age highlighting their achievements
will discuss the role and ac-
young adults, will hold a bon will be presented through the tivities of that organization.
voyage party 8 p.m. Wednesday end of June. Mrs. Henry Mon-
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for Eeta Freeman and Mark sky, president of the Union of
Davidson, who will leave for American Hebrew Congrega-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Israel this month.
tions National Federation of
Members and friends are in- Temple Sisterhoods, will speak
Feature: "Man's Love of Man"
vited to the social to be held at on "Lead
in a Crisis" in
will be the subject of the third
the home of SZO past presi- this S
of 15 literary dialogues on
dent Eddie Berman, 15834
"Love, Human and Divine," be-
Santa Rosa. For information,
TOGETHER tween two outstanding men of
call UN 4-3510.
letters, Mark Van Doren and
-TV, Channel 2 Maurice Samuel.
e Bible—A Jew- _
ic View" will be
Rev. John L. Mc- State Branch of 'Nat'l
., professor of Old Women's
omen's League Slates
t studies at Loyola
"Music As You Like It"
ity, and ' Dr. Abram Torah Fund Luncheon
The Michigan Branch of the
rman of. the Depart-
ar Eastern Lan- National Women's League, an or-
Literatures— at Lganization consisting of 'the sis-
terhoods of- all the Conservative
synagogues in the United States
and Canada, will hold its annual
Torah Fund Luncheon Tuesday in
the Cong. Bnai Moshe social hall,
he Israel Phil- announces President Mrs. Joseph
estrai directed by Markel.
In charge of the event are Mes-
rnstein, will be
a special concert, dames Sidney Weinberg, Norman
`Festival Prelude," a Allan Adolph Winkler, Richard
by the young Israeli Burns, Harry Markle, Oscar Spil-
er Noam Sharif, who kin.
The public is invited. For res-
he annual Hurok Award
Composition. On the same ervations, call Mrs. Allan, UN
ogrard the Kol Israel Orches- 3-1456.
e•ry (On the Ar
CO AND SEE
De Voye Trio, "Dancing Favo-
rites," and Max Leib and his
kets are available at Grin-
downtown) and the Ford
urn. For additional in-
n, phone EL 6-8210, or
ded " ght of
Stars" sche• ed for June 17 at
ium will be on
,Ford Aud .
tertainme , according o k
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
and His Entertainment
of the affa
and Gar `
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
nolds, the v
of Mirth and
Top Bill for
ing this joyous • e in your
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Las Vegas, th
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otel in New Orleans
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