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October 06, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-06

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Agree-Adelman
Engagement Told

omen's Cluhs

(MORE CLUBS PAGE 15)
JUNIOR PRIMROSE CLUB
will hold a "Social Fun Nite"
Monday at the home of Sally
Coogan, 20250 Burt. Friends
are invited.
* * *
GREENFIELD CHAPTER,
Hadassah, will celebrate the or-
ganization's golden anniversary
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hadassah
House, 16240 W. Seven Mile.
Activities planned for the meet-
ing include a luncheon, auction
and a speech by Leslie Schmier.
* .* *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL - G R 0 U P, Hadassah,
will hold ► 4."GOlden Tea" cele-
brating ITadassah's 50th anni-
versary, 2:15 p.m. Sunday at
Hadassah House, announces
President Mrs. Martha Winet.
A play, "A Date with Hadas-
sah," will be presented. Friends
are invited.
* * *
EVERGREEN GROUP,
Hadassah, will hear Dr. Abra-
ham • Citron, director of com-
munity relations for the Jew-
ish Community Council, speak
on "A Unified Jewish Com-
munity," 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Hadassah House, announces
President Mrs. Israel Idelsohn.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Simson Sendler, program vice
president, and Mrs. Joseph
Glickman, program chairman.
In charge of refreshments are
Mesdames Jack A ttis, Ros
Bakst, Hyman Rubin and
Aronoff. Mrs. Aurbre
and Mrs. Carmi S1
supervise the dr
Honor Roll Gol

lations and research director of
the Jewish Community Council,
speak on "What Is Jewish About
Jewish Community Relations?"
Hostesses will be Luna Bond and
Ethel Eppel. Guests are invited.

48-Year Separation
Ends in Oak Park for
Mrs. Snyder, Sister

A 48-year separation of two
sisters has ended at the home of
Mr. and Mrs.' Hyman Snyder,
24030 Berkley, Oak Park.
Visiting with them are Mr. and
Mrs. Moishe (and Mannie) Leb-
kovker of Buenos Aires.
The two women last saw each
other in 1913 in 'Moghilev, the
Province of Podolsk, Russia.
World War I was impending.
One sister came to the United
States. The other emigrated to
Argentina.
Also visiting the Snyders until
last week were Benchik and
Bertha Glickman, also of .Bue
Aires, who are related to
Lebkovkers and are "lan
t"
of the Snyders. The Gli
ans
now are on their way to
ope.
Other relatives of the
vkov-
kers and the Glickmans
e are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gon
3335
W. Outer Dr., and Mrs. ennie
Licht, 2732 Elmhurst. Th
fa-
ct.
milies lived side by side in
hilev

MISS ROLLIE AGREE

JNF. S

Blue-White Box Day
e
JNF has been set for
nday,
Oct. 22, by the Blu
ite Box
Committee accord'
to an an-
nouncement by
ris J. Brand-
wine, president f the 'Jewish
National' Fund.
Volunteer w ers, members
of Hadassah cha
Fanny Gluck and Sisters o Zion,
Mizrachi Oak Park, Northwest
Child Rescue, Pioneer Women,
and Women's Auxiliary of JNF,
will clear the JNF Blue-White
boxes, in some 4,500 homes.
Youth groups also will partici-
pate.
Brandwine stated that mem
tiers of the committee will greet
the workers after they complete
the day's-
JNF
, 18414 Wyoming
er convenient pc)"
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signated shortly,
1 e their
roceeds and ep s, d will

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and problems arising ro the
cle wil
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GREENF
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Hadassah, wil
old
ph-
mentary . lunc
n, 12: 0 p.m.
Tuesday . at
dassah HouSe,
announces Pre ent Mrs. Mic
ael Weiss. Pr
c •
Mrs. David Edelman nd Mrs.
Leslie Schmier have written an
original presentation for an
"auction." Mrs. Schmier will
discuss "Impressions of a Hadas-
sah Husband." Mrs. Sam Gold-
farb, executive vice president,
and Mrs. Myron Milgrom are in
charge of activities, assisted by
Mesdames Arnold Feuerman,
Bernard Gourwitz and Gerald
Kabeck. In charge of the lunch-
eon are Mesdames Leonard
Weingarden, social chairman;
Joseph Franklyn and Bernard
Zendel„
* .
*
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will present a musical
program and luncheon for its
paid-up membership at its first
fall meeting noon Monday in
the Leon Fram Hall, with Mrs.
Michael Mitz in charge of ar-
rangements. Following a brief
business meeting, Mrs. Hal
Gordon, chairman of the day,
will introduce baritone Leslie
Scott, star of stage, screen and
television, who will sing oper-
atic, spiritual, jazz, blues and
folk songs. Mrs. George Victor,
president, announces that mem-
bers may bring guests.
* * *
AUXILARY O.F.PHI
LAMBDA KAPPA MEDICAL
FRATERNITY • will meet Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Jack
Pearlman, 25860 Concord, Hunt-
ington Woods. Mrs. Allan Marks,
speaker of the evening, will dis-
cuss "A Night in Israel," ac-
cording to Mrs. Norman
Schakne, Auxilliary president.
* * *
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
RAEL • SISTERHOOD will meet
Tuesday at the Young Israel Cen-
ter, announces President Mrs.
Norman Sukenic. Guest speaker
will be stock broker Claire Lan-
dis. Hostesses will be Mrs. Sara
Gutman and Mrs. Esther Broad.
* *
CHANA CZENEST CHAPTER,
Pioneer' Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Monday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center to hear Dr. Abraham
Citron, director of community re-

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