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February 09, 1962 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 9, 1962 --

Hadassah Groups Announce Plans
for Forthcoming February Events

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
groups have announced their
slate of activities for the re-
mainder of February.
BAGLEY NORTH, MEYERS,
UNIVERSITY NORTH AND
UNIVERSITY SOUTH GROUPS
will meet jointly 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Hadassah House for
a dessert luncheon.
A "Huntley-Brinkley" news-
cast will be performed by Thel-
ma Milgrom and Gloria Stas-
hower of the Southfield Group
Players. Jan Berris, a member
of Junior Hadassah, and Irwin
Carson will lead in a songfest in
celebration of Jewish Music
Month. Miss Berris was recently
nominated for the office of na-
tional vice president of Junior
Hadassah.
Presidents of the groups, Mes-
dames George Carson, Bernard
Mirvis, Barney Golden and Na-
than Goldman are in charge.
* * *
EVERGREEN GROUP will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ha-
dassah House.
Zvi Kaplan will lead in a
"Sing-Along" of Israeli songs in
celebration of Jewish Music
Month. Displays for the event
have been arranged by

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tured. In charge of the event
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berg, Solomon Segall, Jack Box-
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* * *
WYOMING GROUP will meet
for a luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Irving
Auslander, 18260 Pinehurst.
Program Vice President Mrs.
Marvin Mintz will present a pro-
gram honoring Jewish Music
Month. Mrs. I. L. Jackel is pres-
ident of the group.
* * *
BAGLEY SOUTH will meet
12:30 p.m. Thursday at Hadas-
sah Hou en board meet-
ing
be
.ided over by
M . Alfred Fei
* *
BUSINESS A
PROFES-
SIGNAL N D
VENING
GROUPS 11 hol a joint meet-
i r 8. 5 .m.
esday at Ha-
'se.
ss.
oribma
it. "Drs. Casey
• ildare
Medical Center"
d "Isra
Cooperation" with
a forei
t panel will be
pres
presidents
et and Ros-

Landsmanshaft
to Plan
10th An 'vers
Sunday
Plans f a
anniversary
c eb
wi
e discussed at
f the steering
the Landsman-
ncil Sunday, 10:30
Jewish Center.
ou
was organized in
hroug
he initiative of
.. Shmaryah Kleinman, then
president of
Jewish Corn-
munity Counci or the purpose
of coordinatin ommunal actiV-
ities in. which
ndsmanshaften
p• spate.
ecent
nths, the Council
cerned with the
nce of Landsman-
ringing about mer-
ose societies which,
ecline in membership,
of continue as individual

To Wed Sept. 9

MISS BEVERLY JEAN ROTH

At a recent engagement party
Mr. and Mrs. Ben R o t h, of
Cherrylawn Avenue, announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Beverly Jean, to S
Dolivek, son of Mr.
Barnet Dolivek, o
Road.
The bride-elect
a junio4 in
the College of
cation, Wayne
State Universi
Her fiaince is
a senior in t
College o
gineering, Wa e State
sity, where he
affiliate
Alpha Epsilon
Frater
and
the Institute of
dio E
eers,
professional soci
The couple pl
wedding.

I Men

Clubs

ODESSA
OGRESSI
SOCIETY
nounces t
e c-
tion of off rs for the
year. Presi nt will be J B.
is
Ormond. Re ected were
Weiner, vice esident; H a
Stein, sec
Kabor and Ra
taries; and Alb
treasurer.
* *
ABRAHAM
CONG. B E T
present the
MEN'S CLUB
1962 monthly
second in t
series of " eakfast Forums"
y in the liusbaum
10 a.m. Su
..synagogtit. Past
Hall of
r. ' Robert hlaff
president
ce Russel
will intr
ws corr and
Detroit
ork .f
who will iscuss th
sister-
ations.
the Unite
head by
hood comm
•rye
Meyer Lullo
ullove is
breakfast. Meyer
Men's Club president and Phili
emen s
Rosenzweig is ar
chairman.

adore Sosnick, chairman of
e anniversary celebration com-
mittee, urged presidents and
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
BNAI MO
MEN'S CLUB
leading members of Landsman-
first social event
shaften to attend The meeting. will hold t
,,
of the se n Saturday -in the
1 of the synagogue.
Rosman
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will pl
dance music
dancin
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