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May 31, 1963 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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Women s Ulu bs

YOUNG WOMEN'S BICUR
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
hold its installation noon Tues-
day at the Raleigh House. Mrs.
Julian Grace, vice-president for
public relations, will install Mes-
dames Bernard Sumner, presi-
dent; Joseph Viedrah, Ben
Yates and Allen Viedrah, vice-
president; Abe Bookstien, case
supervisor, G e o r g e Brown,
treasurer; David Berman, Mer-
vin Gardner, Sam Moscow,
Louis Benton, Joseph Shifman
and Edgar Brown, secretaries;
Robert Alvin,. Royal Barnett,
Abe Meisner, Harry Stone,
Harry Weingarten, Arthur Wil-
helm, Ben Leaman, Jack Dunn,
Harry Knopper, Edward Stone,
Alex Elbling, board members.
An original skit will be pre-
sented by Mrs. Robert Alvin.

*

I WHY WORRY!

!

Leave Everything to Us

WYN and HAROLD LANDIS

HOME CATERING

Phone

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* *

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will hold a Sha-
vuot luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the home of Lilien
Klein. Hostesses are Lilien
Klein and Ida Stone. Friends
are invited. A garden party-
luncheon will be given by Neg-
bah Chapter on July 17 at the
home of Mrs. Rose Kleinbard,
19330 Kentucky.
* * *
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installa-
tion dinner 6:30 p.m. Monday
at the Raleigh House. Officers
to be installed by Mrs. Morrie
Brodsky are President Mrs.
Morris Mittleman; Vice - Presi-
dents Mesdames Michael Wil-
son, Beryl Hearshen and Simon
Slutsky; secretary, Harry Jano-
wer; treasurer, Mrs. Erwin
Bunin; secretaries, Mesdames
Emanuel Hinds, Albert Berke,
Harry Schreier and Henry
Abrams; donor chairmen, Max
Kararek and' Harry Kay. Pro-
gram • will be "Regards from
Israel," by Mrs. Alex Schreier.
• * *
DETROIT LINK; Order of
The Golden Chain, will hold its
annual games party-luncheon
12:30 p.m., Monday at Raleigh
House, 18641 Wyoming. Pro-
grame will be a "Knit Fashion
Show" by Irene Sugar, followed
by games. Among the prizes
will be a knit dress, donated by
Irene Sugar. Tickets will be
available at the door. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Marvin
Wolf, LI 4-3619.
* * *
SISTERS OF ZION MIZ-
RACHI will hold its donor
luncheon noon Monday at Beth
Aaron Synagogue. Guest soloist
wlil be Mrs. Jacob Axelrod, ac-
companied by Mrs. Jerome
Levy. Toastmistress is Mrs. Ar-
thur Selmar. Mrs. Pearl Gold is
donor chairman. For tickets and
reservations, call Mrs. Harry
Fridenberg. Friends are invited,
according to President Mrs.
Morris Goldberg.

EL 6-8411

• STYLE
• ELEGANCE
• BEAUTY
WYN-HAROLD CATERING

ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold
its installation luncheon noon
June 11 at Tam O'Shanter Coun-
try Club. Officers will be in-
stalled by Mrs. Maurice Corn-
field. They are Mesdames Leon-
ard Shapiro, president; Paul
Deutch, Ger-
son Horton,
Ben Chestnut, Z.
vice - presi-
dents; Roy
Chatlin, Rubin
Klein, Sam
Salk, secreta-
ries; Norman
Adilman,
trea s urer;
Harry Podoll,
case super- Mrs. Shapiro
visor; Samuel Wexler, Harry
Katzman, hospitality; Morris
Aaron, publicity; .Willard Zarn-
sky, tribute. The entertainment
program will feature Mrs.
George R. Terebelo, mezzo-
soprano, accompanied by Mrs.
Jack Mash. Friends are invited.
For reservations, call Mrs. Nor-
man Adilman, WE 4-8559, or
Mrs. Joseph Staub.
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will install officers at a lunch-
eon in honor of mothers and
daughters noon Wednesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Chavera Stashefsky will pro-
nounce the invocation. Chavera
Dvorkin will install the new
elected officers, headed by
President Chavera Serling.
Outgoing President Chavera
Zarankin and Vice - President
Chavera Yendick will report
on activities.
For reservations call Chavera
Bookstein, VE 8-2920. Every-
body is welcome.
* •* *
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY Jew-
ish Home for Aged, held its
38th anniversary installation
recently. Mrs. George Bass was
installed as president.
Other officers are Mesdames
William Belinsky, Dan LeVine,
Vice-Presidents; William Aisen,
Robert Lichtman, Harry Berlin,
Bernard Sukenic, Joseph Wolfe,
Hyman Friedman, Eugene Let-
vin, Philip Cameron, Sol Grand,
Albert Teman, secretaries; Lou
Robbins, treasurer; She
Fishman, I. E. Goodman, Jack
Freeman, Samuel Katz, Max Os-
trow, Jonas Torgow, Samuel
Barr, Sidney Freed, Maurice
Victor, Meyer Silverman, David
Cohen, Jack Fisher, Harry Meer,
George S'chneider, David Licht-
man and Jack Wasserman, corn-
mittee chairmen.
* * *
CONG. BNAI MOSHE SIS-
TERHOOD returned Mrs. Oscar
Spilkin to the presidency at
the recent election installation.
Installed with her by Mrs. Alex
Fisch wer e Mesdames Vice-
Presidents; K a r 1 Greenberg,
Henry Tobet, Benjamin Weiss
and Jerome Lechner. Other of-
ficers are Mesdames James
Kovacs, Sol Grand, David Blum
and Leon Moskovitz, secretaries;
Leslie Rosenberg, treasurer;
Harry Gunsberg, parliamentar-
ian; and Fred Weiss, chaplain.
Members of the board are Mes-
dames William Gottlieb, Theo-
dore Kohn, Alex Pollak, Sam
Wohl and Nathan Wrubel.
* * *
KINNERET CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Isaac Finkel-
stein will give a book review.
Hostesses will be Ruth Klemp-
ner, Fanny Siegel and Hattie
Katz.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM SISTER-
HOOD will hold a social eve-
ning in honor of Rebitzen Hinda
Halpern on Monday at the syn-
agogue. Friends are invited.
Mrs. Sidney Ring is chairman.
The Sisterhood dramatic group
and choir will present a musical
skit under the direction of Mrs.
Hyman Crystal.

,

PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold its installation
luncheon noon Wednesday at
the Kenwood Restaurant. The
invocation will be delivered by
Mrs. Morris Greenberg. Offici-
ating will be Mrs. Hymen Ehr-
lichman. Officers are Mesdames
Margaret B i n e n, president;
Manuel Neiman, Thomas Zohett,
vice-presidents; Thomas Cowen,
Abe Levy, secretaries; Ben
Kaufman, treasurer; Jack Aaron
and Philip Bricker, case chair-
man; Samuel Nadek and Fannie
Stein, social; Larry Shapiro,
publicity; Max Weisman, sun-
shine; Jack Weinman, member-
ship; Sam Weinman, tribute;
Sam Dean, Inez Metier, Si Plaf-
kin, telephone squad. Friends
are invited. For reservation's,
call Mrs. Sam Dean, EL 6-7015.
*
JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will install officers, joint-
ly with the North Woodward
Branch, noon Tuesday at the
Jericho Temple, announce s
President Mrs. Morris Miller.
Installing officers will be Mrs.
Jack Seder, past president of
the organization, and Mrs. Leon
Draylinger.
* * *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
ILIARY, American Legion, will
hold its annual luncheon and
games party noon Tuesday at
the Federal Department Store
Auditorium, Oakman Blvd. and
Grand River: Prizes will be fea-
tured. Proceeds will go to char-
ity. Friends are invited. An ex-
ecutive board meeting will be
held 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Jennie. Folbe,
18679 Santa Barbara.
• ,(: *
YOUTH EDUCATION
LEAGUE will hold its annual
installation luncheon 12:30 p.m.
June 12 at the Tam O'Shanter
Country Club. The luncheon is
under the direction of Mrs.
Robert Kalish and Mrs. Marvin
Rosenberg. Installing officer
will be past president Mrs. Jules
Sanders. The following officers
will be installed:
President, Mrs. Louis Bab-
cock; Vice-Presidents, Mesdames
Lewis H. Manning, William J.
Hubert, Alan Weiss, Jules
Sanders and Heim Jacob; Coun-
sellor Mrs. Jack Munson; Trea-
surer, Mrs. Manuel Kravetz;
Secretaries, Mrs. Maurice Sil-
verman, Mrs. Leon Heller and
Mrs. Morrey Mandell and Mrs.
Phillip Olender.
New Board Members are Mes-
dames David Hermalin, Fred
Levine, Gerald Gurvis, Norman
Sussman, Harold Katsman and
Seymour Weissman.
* * *
SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold
its installation luncheon Wednes-
day at Raleigh House. A fashion
show will highlight the program.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call Ruth Wasserman, LI
7-4307, or Mildred Swartz.
* * *
LADIES OF MOSAIC will in-
stall officers June 12 at Raleigh
House. Officers are Mesdames
David Berman, president; Sam
Pinkis, Bert Swartz, vice-presi-
dents; Mitchell Goldstone, Mary
Cooper, Irving Leibroder, Na-
than Starman, secretaries; Jo-
seph Viedrah, treasurer. Mrs.
Joseph Pearl will officiate. Mrs.
Nathan Starman will be mis-
tress of ceremonies. For reser-
vations, call Mrs. B. Swartz, UN
4-8831.
* * *
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will install officers Mon-
day at the synagogue. They are
Mesdames Ida Lichtig, presi-
dent; Arthur Greenwald and
Leah Levy, vice-presidents; Ger-
trude Strictstein, treasurer; Bes-
sie Luckman, Jean Gavern and
Melvina Belinsky, secretaries.
Refreshments will be served.
Friends are invited.
(MORE CLUBS PAGE 19)

The Criterion Club elected
William "Bill" Fleischer as
president for the upcoming
year, it was announced by exe-
cutive secretary Sara Apple-
baum.
Miss Applebaum was re-elect-
ed to her second term. Chbsen
also, at the Clubs elections last
week, were Sylvia Smith, Sam
Weisman, and Ruth Traison,
vice-president; Doris Barash,
and Ann Skiars, secretaries;
Irene Kideckel, historian; N.
Rubin, counsellor; and Sally
Grant, treasurer. Directors are

Ray Mazer, Florence Rosen,
Sid Berman, Sam Neff and Jean
Handlesman.
Officers will be installed
June 8 at the Capistrano Sup-
per Club on Plymouth, in cere-
monies to be followed by din-
ner, dancing, and floor-show.
Reservations are being accepted
by Miss Applebaum at 864-5398.

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15 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 31, 1963

Criterion Club Elects Fle ischer as President

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