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October 26, 1962 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 26,

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activities in Society

Mrs. Schaver Is Hostess for JNF Auxiliary Tea

A Special Gifts Harvest Tea Mrs. Philip Hellman and Mrs. i will present a program of folk
on behalf of the Women's Aux- Joseph Katchke, announce that 1 songs to her own guitar accom-
iliary of the Jewish National Arella Barley, Israeli singer, paniment.
The Bodzin Family Club will meet Sunday at the home of Fund will be held 1 p.m. Wed-
the Milton Duchans, 19339 Mendota. Officers are Marlin Duchan,
THE MOST POPULAR DANCE OF THE SEASON
president; Alice Bodzin, vice-president; Esther Seligson, secre- nesday at the home of Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, 25259 Ingle-
14th Annual
tary; and David Bodzin, treasurer.
Mrs. Simon Traurig. 18915 Sorrento, and Mrs. Harris Crane, side, Southfield.
17159 Adrian, Southfield, will serve as official delegates from
Airs. Edward Wishnetsky,
of the Men's Club of Congr. Gemiluth Chassodim
Detroit Lodge No. 41, United Order of True Sisters, at the annual president, advises that the Wo-
convention of the organization in Baltimore Oct. 27 through
Saturday, Oct. 27, 1962, 9:00 p.m.
men's Auxiliary has accepted
at the Fred Hopfeld Hall, 19371 Greenfield at Vassar
Oct. 30.
Featuring:
Mrs. Pearl Leader has returned from the 37th National as their project this year the
ERIC ROSENOW and his Continental Orchestra
FLOOR SHOW • PRIZES • BUFFET
Convention of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America development and strengthening
for tickets call: UN 1-7149 or BR 3-2737
in New York, where she was a delegate of the Sisters of Zion. of the frontier village of Gadot
A "dessert hour" was held Wednesday to complete plans on on the banks of the Jordan
the "Art for Science Exhibit"—which will benefit the Salk This settleMent, which Was de-
Institute for Biological Studies—at the home of Mrs. Samuel B. stroyed during the War of
Michigan's Oldest Music School
Danto, chairman of Women's Activities for the Salk Institute.
Liberation,
is
essential
to
the
Kutnick Cousins Club will meet 8 p.m. Nov. 4 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Labiner, 17317 Washburn, to elect officers. security of the border of Israel.
Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
The Auxiliary plans to en-
Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, wife of the United States Asst.
Artistic Directer
secretary of state for African affairs, will tell about her exper- courage and sponsor the settle-
Among The Faculty Members Are:
iences in Africa on Sunday at the home of Bernard Edelman. ment of new immigrants in this
vital area. Mrs. George Lerner,
Gordon Staples, assistant Concert master. Detroit Symphony
Admission is by invitation.
Orchestra; Paul Olefsky, Ncra Conklin Skitch, Russel Skitch
A luncheon and games party for the Child Rescue Fund was fund-raising chairman, is in
and other well known Detroit Musicians.
held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Julius Ring of Snowden Ave. charge of the project.
DECREE COURSES
Rabbi AI. Robert Some of
APPLIED MUSIC
Opera
Ballet
Drama
Orchestra
Temple Israel will be the
5035 WOODWARD
speaker of the
TE 1-2810
Nancy Ta71/1 Will Avant Garde at Jo's
14730 FENKELL
BR 3-4270
Jo's Place, dealing in wom- afternoon. As
Wed Illartin Zide
en's clothes with an "avant Rabbi of Tem-
garde look," has opened for ple Israel, he
also serves as
business at 19466 Livornois.
co-chairman of
the White
House Confer-
ence for the
ilth
Aging; co-
chairman of
Detroit's newest social organization for single adults
A. 12170 LI 17 Ce /7 en ts the Mayor's Rabbi Syme
cordially invites you and your friends to
Study Committee on Crime and
the Club's premiere
Crime Prevention and as board
Oct. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. member in various community
Lincoln J. Racey (Barbara D. organizations.
Cohen), 25610 Catalina, South- I Chairman of the Harvest Tea,
field, a son, Stuart Lawrence.
0.0
SUNDAY EVENING, OCT. 28TH, 8:30 P.M. 'ill ??
Oct. 21—To Mr. and Mrs.
Dinner at DARBY'S
* Ballroom. JEWISH MUSIC CENTER, 14868 SCHAEFER:
,A

Donald Roger Klein (Eileen
is a real rreat
near Fenkell
Eserow), former Detroiters now
!living at 1401 E. 55th St., Chi-
Visit Our New
DANCING to the music of
SKYLIGHT
cago, Ill., a daughter, Cindy
SAM BARNETT AND HIS ORCHESTRA
ROOM, Cocktail.
MISS NANCY TANN
Lynn.
Lounge and Bar I
* * *
*ENTERTAINMENT headed by recording artist, radio star,*
AFTER
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tann,
Oct. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
*
TV idol, and "Master of Ceremonies," JIMMY ANGEL 4(
THEATRE
19265 Afton, announce the en- , Michael Denby (Patricia Gra-
Snacks . . . a i
Delight
gagement of their daughter, 1 bowski), 20472 Negaunee, a son,
REFRESHMENTS in style deluxe, and a total of
*
4(
LUNCHEON
Nancy Gay, to Martin Zide, son 1 Kevin Adam.
A Pleasure
15 INDIVIDUAL PRIZES to be awarded for
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zide,

*
outstanding costumes in all categories
9'
18214 Ohio.
Oct. 14 — To Mr. and Airs.
Miss Tann is a graduate of Fred Sherman (Frieda Gend-
*
Tariff: $1.00 per person
Costumes optional 9'
Res. UN 2-7642
Kingswood School, Cranbrook, ler). 31709 Pembroke. Livonia,
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9'
SEVEN MILE at WYOMING
and attended the University of 1 a daughter, Marlene Phyllis.
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* *
the College of Liberal Arts at
Oct.
11

To Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne State University. Her
fiance is a graduate of the Eliot Bank (Nancy Katz), 24608
School of Business Administra- Pierce. Southfield, a son, Mi-
chael Jay.
tion, W.S.U.
Oct. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
Farband Branch 114
ert Repetor (Doris Langer),
Holds Family .Session 119140 Votrobeck, a daughter,
Morris Gelfand, chairman of ' Julia Beth.
*
Farband Branch 114. Sholem
Oct. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Cy
Aleichem, announces that the
! Lisnov (Harriet Weizen), 1425
monthly family gathering
take place 8:30 p.m. Saturday 'Broadway, twin daughters, Lisa
91
at the Hayim Greenberg Cen- j Beth and Shari Sue.
*
*
ter, 19161 Schaefer.
Adele and Harry Mondry,
Oct. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
who returned recently from a Evan B. Hirsch (Lois Morse),
trip to Israel, will be guest , former Detroiters now living at
speakers. There will also be 500 Locust, Sausalito, Calif., a
reports of the executive board son, John Scott.
and committees. A question and

*
answer period will follow. Re-
Sept. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
OCTOBER 26
OCTOBER 27
freshments will be served. No Jerome C. Gropman (Marlene
NF
admission charge.
s•n.). 54.
Benach), 22620 W. Seven Mile,
a daughter. Jorin Marla.

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Sept. 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Finegood (Dolores Dia-
mond), 20115 Northrop, a son,
Lebnard.

* * *

Sept. 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Zack (Helen Levine),
17025 Addison, Southfield, a
daughter. Susan Ruth.
• *
Sept. 14 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Norman I. Burnstein (Judith
Block). 14091 Dale, a daughter,
Margot Elyse.

Sept. 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Lakin (Joan Albert),
Oak Park, a daughter, Michele
Beth.
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To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Zack
(Pat Goldstein), 13731 Ken-
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