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November 24, 1961 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-24

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An Italy-Israel fashion festi-
val and midnight supper dance
will be held on New Year's Eve
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel,
under the sponsorship of the
Detroit Israel Bond 'Women's
Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnes
will stage a dance exhibition.
Israeli champagne will be pro-
vided and • a kosher midnight

EAST SIDE CHAPTER will
Want The Best?
hold a luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Ask the Folks Who've Had
Monday at May and Dot's Res-
taurant. A social hour will fol-
SAM BARNETT
low, according to President Mrs.
and His Orchestra_
Sol Robins. The Hanukah dinner
is slated for 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10
LI 1-2563
at the home of Mrs. Joseph
Reifman, 15320 Rosemary, Oak
Park. Friends are invited. For
information, call Mrs. Reifman,
program chairman, LI 3-3548.
* *
PHOTOGRAPHY
Bar Mitzvahs
Weddings
"The Stock Market" will b.e
Formals, Candids, 3 D's, Movies.
discussed by Louis Fried, regis-
For Quality Workmanship
BEVERLY MARKOWITZ Youth
tered- representative with Good-
UN 1-90Q0
Call Mr. Rosen
vites Callers
body & Co., at the Monday eve- 16831 Greenfield, is cast as Office
David Dombey, youth place-
ning meeting, Nov. 27 of the "Goneril" in Wayne State Uni-
HENRY MORGENTAU Bnai versity Theater's production of ment counselor at the North
MISS ANN EICHLER
Brith g r o u p, at Workmen's "King Lear," to be presented District Placement Office for
Mr. and Mrs. Victor N. Eichler Circle, 18340 W. 7 'Mile. The 8:30 p.m. Dec. 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9, the Detroit Public Schools, has
his • istric ex-
of Dixon, Ill., announce the prize for the evening will be with a 3:30 p.m. matinee per- recently ha
and His Orchestra
st
Ask About
formance scheduled for -Dec. 10. tended to incl de
engagement of their daughter, a share of stock.
• • * * *
*
ens to
*
NEW- TRIO
of Wood\
Ann Marcia, to Stewart Edward
For Afternoon Parties
DOV 'FRANKEL CHAPTER
Order Bnai Zion will honor Couzens ghwa Employers
Teal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
DI 1-1609
nard J. Teal of Santa Barbara of -Brig Brith will hold its an- MENDEL. N. FISHER, retiring seeking part - time, full - time,
permanent
or

temporary
help
nual,
Mixed
Bowling
Doubles
at
executive
director
of
the
Jewish
Dr.
Miss Eichler is a graduate of Star,Lanes, Saturday 9:30 p.m.. National Fund, at its annual are invited to call him at 868-
PLASTIC FURNITURE
the University of Michigan and Admission charge of $6- per Order Day dinner, Feb. 18, it 9292.
He also wishes _to notify resi-
is attending the School of Social couple will include bowling and was announced by Norman J.
COVERS
Work at the university. She is a buffett dinner. Prizes will be Levine, president of Bnai Zion, dents of the a
.
MADE TO ORDER
or READY - MADE
a member of Phi Sigma Sigma given. All chapter members at a convocation of 500 mem- times need *b
Sorority. Her fiance also re- and their friends are invited. bers at the Waldorf Astoria complete lis girl
CALL ANNA KARBAL
in this type of work is avail-
ceived his degree from the Uni- For information call Miss Lor- Hotel, New York.
LI 2-0874
able:
* * *
versity of Michigan and now raine -Kuhn, UN 2-9507, Mrs.
Youth
under
the
age
of
21
attends the University of Michi- Ellen Franks, LI 8-1499, or Mrs.
SHERWOOD COLBURN, of
gan Medical School. He is affili- Noreen Lewis, LI 7-6737.
Oak Park, has been named State seeking employment is also
* * *
ated with Phi Delta Epsilon
Insurance Commissioner by invited to call to make an ap-
pointment for an interview.
"Christmas or Ha n u k a h," Governor Swainson.
Medical Fraternity.
A June wedding is planned. which is more 'meaningful to
* * *
the American Jew?" is the topic
NEIL SATOVSKY, 17, son of
MUSIC FOR
to be 'discussed by Rabbi Irwin Mr. and Mrs. Lester Satovsky,
For fine :Silk
WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
Groner of Shaarey Zedek and 1331 Balmoral, was named best
in
of you
Milton Tambor, social worker athlete of the year at the re-
at the Jewish Center, at the cent Post-Football-won Ban-
Call
His Orchestra
joint' meeting of the ALBERT quet held at the
and Entertainment
D. TUCKER LODGE and CHAP- High School. •
MASTER
OF CEREMONIES •

* *
TER, on Tuesday night, at the
Party Arranger and
Following a meeting of the Jewish Music Center, 14868
R, pecia
Ceremony Specialist
CHARLES H.
Executive Comrpittee of the Schaefer. A question and an- Assistant to the Mayor of New
HE 8-1291
UN
4-0237
Vaad Hayeshivoth, plans for swer period will follow the dis- York City for Education and In-
expanding its program of regu- cussion, which • in turn, will be dustrial Development, has been
• ating the activities of solicitors followed by a Hanukah party. named . chairman of Yeshiva Uni-
(meshulochim) were an- Chapter members as asked to
eriors
versity's 75th anniver dinn
nounced by Jay M. Rosenthal, come at 8:15 p.m. for a short
to be held Dec. 1
Vaad chairman.
business meeting. Lodge mem-
Rosenthal stated that the bers and guests are asked to dorf-Astoria, N
N.A.D.A.—Registered Decorator Consultant
Vaad's regulations that had be- come at 8:45 p.m.
14520 Rosemary, Oak Park, Mich.
GEORGE R of e Ho es
Residence
come effective on Aug. 1 had
* * *
.

Lincoln 1-1953
Agency, De representative
Lincoln 7-8858
been accepted by the commu-
DONALD FOX BNAI BRITH for the Columbus Mutual Life
nity and the institutions them- WOMEN will honor eight mem-
selves. These regulations, de- bers at their meeting on a "It Insurance Company of Columbus,
We Make Our Own Glasses
signed to help donors contri- Could Be You" program, to he 0., ranked fourth among the Corn-
buting to bona fide institutions, emceed by Louis Weiss, at Beth pany's 1400 agents in total sales
_HEADQUARTERS FOR •
state that solicitors must Yuhudah, 17556 Wyoming, on for October. Another • Hordes
agent,
HARRY
STOUMBOS,
was
LATEST
DOMESTIC AND IM-

possess a valid credential from Tuesday, 8:30 p.m. Friends and
PORTED FRAME 'FASHIONS
the Vaad Hayeshivoth and issue prospective members are in- cited by the company for placing
a Vaad receipt with the name vited. Refreshments will be fourth in accident and sickness
insurance sales for the month.
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
of the institution printed on served.
* * *
ACCURATELY - FILLED
its face for each contribution.
LAWRENCE A. FLEISCH-
Many traditional institutions
• Reasonably Priced
have already applied for Vaad Jewish Historic Society MAN was selected y the Fir t
• Immediate Repair
Lady of the land;
certification and a credentials to Hear Indian Beliefs
Kennedy, to se
— ASK ABOUT OUR CONTACT LENS
committee headed by Rabbi
Charles J. Meyers will speak
Joshua Sperka has been ap- on "The Beliefs of Michigan In- member corn
pointed. Serving on the com- dians" before the Jewish Histori- American p, for
mittee with Rabbi Sperka are cal Society of Michigan at 8:30 White Hous
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE -
Harry Blitz, Rabbi Leizer Levin p.m. November 27 at the Meyers
LI 7-5068
Ezra Aid to Israel
and Benjamin Pogs.
OAK PARK, MICH.
Rd. Jewish Community Center.
A program of spacing the
Thursdays to 9 p.m.
A member of the board of di- Holds Donor Lunch
Hours: Daily & Sat. 9:30 a.m.-6 p. .
visits of solicitors more evenly rectors of the Jewish Historical
Ezra Aid to Israel will hold
throughout the year will ' also Society of Michigan, Meyers is
its annual do-
be implemented during the cur- an authority on Jews in Michi-
nor luncheon
rent season. A scheduling com- gan during the Colonial period
noon Dec. 6
W/
mittee, under the chairmanship and the author of a forthcoming
at the May-
of Rabbi Israel T. Notis, will book on the participation of
fair, announ-
advise • authorized institutions Michigan Indians in the Civil
ces President
driving to
of their dates for visiting 'De- War.
M r s. Nathan
troit. Members of this com-
The Jewish Historical Society
WHITCOMB. Sulphur Springs
Rosin. Fea-
mittee are Rabbi Jacob Brown, of Michigan is in the midst of
tured will be
Isaac Knoppow and Jay Rosen- Plans for the establishment of
Mrs. Hal Gor-
—3 hours from DETROIT via
thal.
a bibliographical center on Michi-
don (Gert
gan Jewish history and a Center
Golden Belt Expressway - Route 94
Levy). For tic-
for the deposit of archives deal-
Women Dress Dolls,
Mrs. Gordon kets, call Mrs.
ALL THIS
Help Northville Hosp. ing with the history of the Jews B. Dinetz, donor chairman, DI
AR 'ROUND RESORT HOTEL
and MORE
1-1290.
Dolls in crocheted dresses and in Michigan.
from
orld Famous Sulphur Baths
Irving I. Katz is president of
caps will find homes during the
Free Sun Tan Solarium.
A DAY
holiday season, and at the same the society.
(Perpetual
Sunshine)
Birthday of Ros
per person
• Nationally Famous Food
time will help the Northville
double
occupanq
Lou Mason Guest Star Breakfast Enter
• Dancing—Planned Entertainment
State Hospital.
ng
Free
Floor
Shows
on
Weekends
European Plea

Jerry
Rosenthal
is
e
Mrs. Max :Davis, an active mem- at Goldberg Reception
• Two Orcheitras
ast
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldberg, his Sunday morning
ber of the Hospital Auxiliary
COME AS YOU ARV For Reservations or Information write, or eall„
oils
dressed 60 dolls as her donation are hosting a leadership recep- delivery business to inclu
Hotel, St. Joseph, Michigan, YU 3-2501
to the Auxiliary's lobby gift shop. tion on behalf of Marshall Lodge on the occasion of the firs ear
FIREPROOF
WRITE FOR BROCHURE
anniversary
of
the
enterprise
"The sale of these stylish dolls and Chapter in advance of Mar-
Dec.
5.
has been a real help to our lobby shall's annual "Salute to Israel"
Rosenthal, whose Sunday work
shop's income this season," said Cabaret. The reception, for the
Mrs. Louis Pearlman, president Israel Bond program, will be held day begins at 5:30 a.m., delivers
of the Auxiliary. "It will provide in their home, 19301 Strathcona, bagels, fish (including lox, carp
us with an opportunity to meet Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. The and sable) and cream Cheese.
even more of those needs of the guest star will be Lou Mason, There are presently some 35 cus-
hospital not in our regular called "America's one-man laugh tomers on his route. For infor-
mation, call UN 2-0792.
show."
budget."

People
Make News

10.

supper will be-served.
This festival, which is planned
as an annual affair, will be the
culmination of the 1961 Detroit
Israel Bond campaign.
re
The desi
ab-
made of I
rics by I s le. b c• uriers
—Capucci, Carosa, Fabiani, Fon-
tana, Galitzine, Gregoriana, Min-
golin-Guggenheim, Schuberth and
Simonetta, and by Israel's famed
Lola Beer and Finy Leitersdorf.
Also shown will be knitwear by
Maskit, Aled and Elanit, beach

J. J. CLARKE

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4'

WHAT EVERY BRIDE
SHOULD KNOW

Expand Program
Regulating Work .
of `Meshulochim'

M ROSENBLAT

SID SIEGEL

TO 8-2705

By PHIL MORGANROTH

ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Novembe r 24, 1961

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ran
A tat
• • •
ctivates

ensembles by Diva and Gottex
and furs by Stefan Braun of Tel
Aviv.
It is the first time that top
Italian and Israeli couturiers
have blended their talents.

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Eichler-Teal
Troth Announced

Israel Women's Bond Division Plans
New Year's Eve Supper, Fashion Fete

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