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June 16, 1961 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-16

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Summer Program Tea-Exhibit to Aid Beth Yehudah
for Older Adults
at Jewish Center

- A full summer of trips, cul-
tural and lounge programs has
been planned for Older Adults
of the Jewish Center.
Activities include trips to
'beaches, parks and points of
interest every Monday during
July and August. It is suggested
that tickets be purchased in ad-
vance.
Outdoor picnics will be held
on the Center grounds every
Tuesday and Thursday during
Jnly and August, 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Special classes . in physical
education and swimming in-
struction will be given Fridays,
June 23 and 30, and Aug. 4, 11,
and 25, 10 a.m. to noon.
The Center Culture Club Will
hold informal discussions on
_topics of Jewish interest every
Tuesday and Thursday after-
noon, 1-3:30 p.m.
Golden Friendship Circle will
include social_ evenings every
Tuesday, 7:30-11- p.m.
Friendship Club will have
social afternoons with entertain-
ment and refreshments every
Wednesday, 1-3:30 p.m.

.

Turover Verein Holds -
Fathers-Sons Brunch

The Turover Verein will hold
a fathers and . sons brunch 10
a.m. Sunday at Turover Hall,
12129 Dexter. Speakers, enter-
tainment and . food will high-
light the event.

WHAT EVERY BRIDE
SHOUL
OW ...

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ing

SI SIEGEL

TO 8-2705

Branch 7, LZOA, Closes Season with Meeting

The closing meeting of the
current season of Branch Seven,
Labor Zionist Organization, will
be held at 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Mil-
insky, 18115 Parkside.
Henry Faigen, a member of the
branch, will lead a discussion on

current events with emphasis on
Africa, Asia, Europe and the
Western hemisphere.
Mrs. Molly Diamond, social
chairman, announces several func-
tions are being planned for the
summer months.
For information, call UN 4-0888 .
or WE 4-2024.

Radomer Board Meets

Tomorrow is a reflection—a
reflection of what you do today.

A DESSERT TEA AND ART EXHIBIT to aid the Beth Yehu-
dah Schools was held recently at the home of Mrs. Max Biber,
18994 Oak Dr. A feature of the event was the awarding of a
prize consisting of a portrait to be painted by an artist of the
Ressler Gallery. Shown, from jeft, are Mrs. David Pollak, re-
ceiving the certificate of award, Mrs. Max Biber, Mrs. David
J. Cohen.

We wish to express our sincere hanks to our
many friends especially the Rabbi and principals
of the various Day-Schools and Ta
orahs for
their kind cooperation in makin
tration a
great success. We are ready t
children
with a well-balanced progra
staff and
modern facilities, wring
Joyable and
healthy summer v
erely yours,
The Directors

CAMP SAN - ISRAEL

Camp Season:

FIRST TRIP: June 25th - July 16th
SECOND TRIP: July 16th - August 13th

City Office:

17506 Wyoming
Tel: DI 1-5702

eV.

DIRECTORY

gleasant air/ Can

iris 5 thru 13

The outstanding facilities offe d
sington Park
cannot be d lica
* beautiful sandy beach * mod
house
* Marked nature trails
•* playground areas
* pi
is grounds
* baseball diamonds
* ishing
* boating
C.I.T. Program for Boys and Girls 14-16
MAX PLEASANT
GR. 6-0105

SHASHUA. DAY CAMP

of Sholem Aleichem Insti

Ages 4-10
Air-Cond. Bldg.
Transportation by
Wagon
Sports Swimming Cra
Staffed by Experienced Counselo
Camp Dir. Irving Zeitlin VE 8-7 40
19350 Greenfield, near 7 Mile

& HIS cLCHESTRA



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ORCHES
LI 5-5618

"The right hood for the
right occasion”

CALL UN -1-3065

black & white
and color

UN 2-5506

(WELLS

LI 6-8519

SIMCHA MELODY DAY CAMP

Mrs. David Holtzman (Auntie Sarah) Director
Res. LI 3-4688 or
UN 4-0169
June 26t thr
ust 4th
Ages 4-10; $4 per da Inc
& Transportation
Enroll for 2,
er Week.
Nursery, Ages
r 130 to 3 P.M.
$2 per day pl
Oc for ransportation

SIMCHA MELODY NURSERY NOW REGISTERING FOR SEPT. 5
$2 plus 50c Trans., Morn. and Aft. Sessions

GIRLS! BOYS!

STILL TIME TO
REGISTER F R

F R
C P

* * *

2, 4 or 8 WEEKS

Emanuel (Muni) Mark, Director,
19161 SCHAEFER

DI 1-0669 or UN 4-0730
or Sophie Sislin, Registrar, DI 1-9646

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Shop and Save
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Reisman 's Poultry-fish Mkt.

KOSHER 117.7%

Robert Gamzey, editor of the
Intermountain Jewish News, out-
lines his impressions of visits in •
Isral in a book entitled "hi-
gathering," published by Golden
Bell Press (2400 Curtis St., Den- 1 (
ver 5. Colo.).
Gamzey's 265-page volume de- *
scribes the people and the
ic
places, the numerous events 4c
that transpired in Israel, the
occupations of the many elements
in the country, their colliding
cultures and other factors in
Israel's rebirth and its current
life.

R ovner Progressive • Farein
will hold the first meeting at its
new location July 11 at the
Sholem Aleichem Institute.

Za

P.

Music by

IVAN BLOCH LODGE will
hold installation of officers
at a dinner- .
dance 6:30
p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong.
Shaarey Sho-
mayim, 14200
W. Ten Mile,
Oak Park.
Those to take
office - include
George Tar-
noff, presi-
dent; Kenneth Tarnoff
Zuppke, Arthur Lipman, Ru-
dolph Gemza and Fred S.
Robinson, vice presidents; Har-
vey Greene, David Kaufman
and Sol Begel, secretaries; Max
Covensky, treasurer; Harold C.
Meyer, chaplain; Melvin
Marsch, warden; Jack Kessler,
guardian; Manuel Berman,
monitor; and Norman Schwartz,
Vern Leiberman, Phil Forman,
Martin Sorkowitz, Philip Elkus,
King Gennis and Henry Gor-
don, trustees.

Rovner Farein Meets

From LON

weddings
bar mitzvahs
eric
portraits
8440 W. McNICHOLS RD.

Gamzey Publishes
Israel Impressions

411--

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196

Make your Simcha Bright!
Book the Band
ight!!

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treasurer; and Jack Moss, Dr.
Edward Weiss, Leo Manheimer,
Charles GoldStein, Oscar Beck-
erman, William Lite, Aaron
Bayer, Dr. Myron Spalter, Mil-
ton Welton, Lou Wohl, Harry
Levitt, Ben Goldhoff, Edward
Burke and Meyer Littky, ad-
visory board.
-
*

SALLY ANN TUCKER and
SHERMAN CHAPTERS will hold
a joint Oneg Shabbat 8 p.m. to-
day at the home of Karol Kuin-
in, 16135 Kentucky.
* *
CENTENNIAL LODGE will
hold its fifth annual banquet
and installation of officers Sat-
urday night at the Elmwood
Casino in Windsor. Milton Wein-
stein, Detroit Bnai Brith leader,
will conduct the ceremony.
Dinner. a floor show and danc-
ing will be featured. For reser-
vations, .call Dave Bittker and
Gil Greenbaum.

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Bar Mitz hs — Weddings

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Bnai Brith Activities

THANKS

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.

, HARRY B..KEIDAN LODGE
and Bowling League will hold
their annual golf outing Tues-
day at• the Knollwood Country
Club. Events planned include
golf, swimming, lunch, dinner
and presentation of prizes.
Friends are invited. For tickets
and information, call Kopel I.
Kahn, WO 2-9843, or WO 2-5900.
* *
MARY COUSENS and YUS-
TER-ROSENBERG CHAP TER
and LODGE will co-sponsor the
"June Night Dance" 9 p.m. June
24 at - Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Refreshments and prizes will be
featured. For information, call
Joyce Greenberg, VE 5-2876.
* x *
-
PISGAH LODGE BOWLING
LEAGUE has elected Nate
Trager- president for the corn-
ing term. Other officers are
Sam Maza, honorary president
and founder of the 25-year-old
Bowling League; Aaron Lipin
and Carl Wolfe, vice-presidents;
Henry Zaft and Morrie Burn-
stein, secretaries; Joe Faudem,

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lumberg
will host an executive board
meeting of the Radomer Aid and
Ladies Society 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Workmen's Circle.
Discussion will center on the
annual picnic and other charity
affairs. _

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