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December 08, 1961 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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The Corman FaMily Club, which celebrated its 20th anni-
versary Nov. 30, will celebrate Hanukah with a party Dec. 17 at
Boesky's Restaurant.
Dr. Kenneth L. Shmarak of Freda Ave. is vacationing in
New York and Nassau.
The Kutnick Cousins Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Pearl and Jack Kutnick, 1311 Oak Park Blvd., Oak
Park. for a Hanukah celebration featuring games and latkes.

Zacks-Weiner
Troth 14nnounced

MISS CAROLE ZACKS

Aliyah Envoy-
Visits Detroit
for Consultations

Shlomo Chaimovitz, s'p e c i a l
representative of the aliyah de-
Partment of the Jewish Agency,.
Ainerican Section, Inc., will be
available. for consultation on
Wednesday and Thursday at 163
Madison, Suite 225.
Appointments may be made by
calling Mrs. M. Shepherd, WO
2-6710.
Chaimovitz is a member of
the Israeli National Board of the
Labor -Exchange and of the Na-
tional Board of Labor Relations
of the Israel Ministry of Labor.
His two-day stay in Detroit is to
assist persons in the metropolitan
area who are planning to settle
in Israel.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Zacks
of Lauder Ave. announce the Harris Calls Young
engagement of their daughter,
Carole Ann, to Ronald Stewart Leaders 'Life Blood
Weiner, son of Alfred Weiner of of Jewry's Future'
Pawnee Dr., Wayne, and the late
Merle Harris was the first
Mrs. Weiner.
The couple plan to be married recipient of the Frank A. Wets-
man Leadership Award, a grant
April 8.
established by Mrs. Frank A.
Wetsman and William M. Wets-
Muni Mark to Address man in memory of their husband
and father. to enable ',a young
Branch Seven, LZOA
Branch • Seven, Labor Zionist communal leader to attend the
Organization of America, will General Assembly of the Coun-
meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the cil of Jewish Federations and
home of Irving and Dena Green- Welfare Funds.
In a speech on leadership de-
berg, 20038 Cooley.
Muni • Mark, director of the velopment delivered at the
Labor Zionist Organization in CJFWF General Assembly in
Detroit, will speak on "What Do Dallas, Tex. Harris called a'
You Really Know About Hanu- leadership program "a must for
kah?" A social hour, with re- forward looking communities."
freshments, will follow. For in- He called yong leaders "the life-
blood of the future Jewish com-
formation call 537-7497.
munity." Harris asserted that it
is essential to give young lead-
Klip & Kurt Beauty
ers proper placement an _ d re-
Salon Gets Reba Back sponsibility but cautioned young
Klip & Kurl Beauty Salon, leaders to be . aware of their
8440 W. Nine Mile, Oak Park, inexperience and - to have a
has announced the return of knowledge and appreciation of
Reba. The salon specializes in the communal development that
all types of tinting, tipping and has preceded them.
Harris serves on the Federa-
bleaching. The latest in hair
stylings are offered. Klip & tion health and welfare division
Kurl has also announced re- and on the Board of the Jewish
duced prices, effective now. Cof- Family and Children's Service.
fee is served at the Salon. For
Shiftlessness prevents many
information, call LI 8-1155.
a man from getting into high
Want ads get quick results!
gear.

DASINI

BY HENRY LEONARD

1 11
TEMPLE CRISES:

ift

The time when the actress who converted,
attended her first services .. .

Copr. 1961, Doyen', Productions

Franklin Mortgage Cor

now servicing in exce
Franklin Mortgage Co
iort- million in F.H.A. and
tion is today servici
rtgages.
vestors.
gages for 39 differen
t-of-state
(The majority are
banks, insurance companies
loan assn-
federal savings a
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ciations.)
months
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In the past t
son, presi
1961, Benjamin L
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dent of Franklin Mo
added
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clients.
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by

HESS LLNDA FIARMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fiarman of '
Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Linda Ruth, to •Law-
rence I. Cohen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Cohen of Birwood Ave.
A June wedding is planned.

HY HERMAN

And His Orchestrd

(formerly with Mickey Woolf)

of
Many Pieces — Depicting
the Fine Skill of the Old
Craftsmen.

Visit With

the Lattins a

(-)I4 011' .. ,

C2U,.: E L L I TY s

129-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
FERNDALE 20, MICHIGAN

— Featuring —

VICKI FERRELL, Vocalist
BR 2-544-7

LI 2-2110



OPEN DAILY TO 9 P.M.

Leib President
of Old Newsboys

presents a wide selection (roomsful !) of

unusual, interesting—even unique—decora-

tor and accessory pieces in time for

Christmas giving.

SAMUEL W. LEIB

Detroit's Old Newsboys this
week elected Samuel W. Leib
as president for 1962.
An attorney, one of the promi-
nent local Bnai Brith leaders,
Leib has been a Goodfellows'
member since 1942. As a boy
he sold newspapers on Fort and
Michigan streets, taking the
corner in 1911 when he came
to Detroit with his family from
Chicago.
At the election meeting Mon-
day, honors were again extended
to the oldest member of the
Goodfellows, Herman Lieber-
man, who has not missed a
meeting in 43 years.. Leading
in commendations to Lieberman
was George Stutz, a former
president of the Old Newsboys.

from a huge assortment

of plain and fancy candle-
sticks priced as low as

$4.95 . .

Benjamin Burdick
Heads Campaign for
Wayne Law Building

Through the efforts of the
Wayne State University Law
Alumni, plans for the construc-
tion of a Law School building
at the university are nearing
realization.
A concentrated campaign,
headed by Benjamin D. Bur-
dick, a member of the univer-
sity's . board of governors and
past president of the Law
Alumni Association, has raised
most of the funds to prepare
plans for the new building.
Encouraged by the Alumni
support, the university has
moved the law building project
up on the priority list until_ it
now ranks third on a list of 17.
Scheduled to cost $2,250,000,
the law building will bring
classes and the law library to-
gether under one roof.

Sally Columpus Named
Manager of Chappell's

Sally Columpus, veteran oper-
ator of beauty salons, has assum-
ed duties as manager of the
Chappell's Beauty Salon, 24691
Coolidge, Oak Park. She may be
reached at LI 8-0066, or LI

4-9637.

0 a strange and wonderful
European clock for $115 that
doesn't work at all ! . .

and literally hundreds of other
exciting gift items for every
room of the house, every taste, •
every price range.

at least treat yourself to the fun of looking
over what we have. You might even weaken
enough to take a few things for your own home.

TRIANGLE

BIRMINGHAM GALLERY

128 W. WOODWARD, JUST SOUTH OF MAPLE

OPEN DAILY 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday Evening Until 9 p.m.

Cs

activities in Society

Fiarman-Cohen
Troth _in nounced

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