Janice Kaplan Will
Wed Robert Sher
DIMONA CHAPTER Pioneer
ROCHEL LAYA STEPINER
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NORTHWEST DETROIT Women will hold its annual AID SOCIETY will hold its in-
CHAPTER, Children's Asthma luncheon-installation 12:30 p.m. stallation-luncheon 12:30 p.m.,
Research Institute and Hospital Tuesday at the Labor Zionist June 11 at Jeri's Restaurant.
at Denver, offers evening of Institute. Mrs. Irving Turner, The following officers will be
entertainment, 8:30 p.m. Tues- past president of Council, will installed: Mesdames Leonard
day at Bnai David Synagogue. install officers and speak. The Simons, president; Leo Sklar,
The show will include original following will be installed: Mes- vice-president; Arnold Gordon,
gown s. Fair fashion trends dames President Larry Gutten- Jordon Isaacs and Norman Gol-
styles, wigs and hair pieces will berg; Vice-Presidents Henry denberg, secretaries; Harr y
be shown. A cinderella girl will Faigin, Frank Rath and Richard Friedman, treasurer; Jerome Si-
be picked from the audience B. Kramer; Secretaries Henry mons, Norman Richman and
and given the full beauty treat- Solomon, Murray Greenwald, Phillip Buckfire, chairmen.
ment. Skits and dances are in- Gene Lax and Victor Ross; dues
cluded in the program. The chairman, Joseph Hell; social, CHIEFS CLUB will meet June
show will be produced and di- David Shuster; Child Rescue, 5 at the temple. Guest of honor
-rected by Henri Phillips. The Burton Hartman; Histadruth, will be PC Jennie Rosenberg
commentator will be Emily Movsas Goldoftas. Em a n u al of California. The group will
Murphy. Proceeds will go to- Mark, executive director of the meet again June 12 and is plan-
MISS JANICE KAPLAN
MRS. HARRY BRAND
wards treatment and rehabilita- Labor Zionist movement, will ning a resort fashion show for
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kaplan of tion of intractable asthmatic offer readings from S h o 1 e m its last meeting.
Barbara Gail Kravchell,
Millburn, N.J., announce the children and allergy research. Aleichem. Friends are invited.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
For tickets, call RI 1-7651.
engagement of their daughter,
J. Kravchell of Forrer Ave.,
CITY OF HOPE CANCER Palmyra Association
Janice, to Robert Sher, son of There will be prize and re-
became the bride of Harry Nor-
FIGHTERS will hold on behalf
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sher of freshments.
man Brand, son of Mrs. W.
of the free, non-sectarian, na-
Santa Rosa Dr.
Brand of Griggs Ave. and the
Meyer W. Leib was elected late William Brand, in a recent
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pio- tional medical center in Duarte,
The bride-elect will be grad-
president of the Palmyra Civic ceremony at Temple Israel. The
uated in June from the Univer- neer Women, announces its in-
newlyweds will honeymoon in
sity of Michigan. Her fiance stallation-luncheon will be held drive downtown will take place. Association.
The association is •a neighbor- Niagara Falls._
will be graduated in June from 12:30 p.m. Monday at the home
the Detroit Institute of Tech- of Mrs. Meyer Stern, 31126 should call chairman Mrs. Mor- hood improvement group consist
The True International Touch!
' nology. A Feb. 1 wedding is Franklyn Fairway, Farmington. ris Lezerson, or Mrs. Percy ing of approximately 750 families
Guest soloist will be Mrs. A. A. Swartz DI 1-8826. Mrs. Abe Ei- residing in single homes in the
Weisberg. Officers to be in- zelman, president, says volun- area bounded by Seven Mile,
teers are needed.
Gary D. Steinman
Goodman, president; Beril
Others elected were Reuben I.
and kls music.
to Receive B.A., M.A. Bloom, Morrie Braverman, Mor- CONG. BETH MOSES SIS- Himelstein, James Cheyne, vice-
Buch and Sam Yagoda, vice-
presidents; Richard Loomis,
Simultaneously at MSU : ris
presidents; Bernard Krause, new slate of officers. They are treasurer, and Mrs. Jack Mittle-
Gary D. Steinman, son of Mr. treasurer; Herman Fried, Bea- Mesdames Harold E. Eskovitz, man, secretary.
and Mrs. Morris Steinman, 124 trice Newmark, Moe Gilbert,. president; Isadore Bernstein,
W. Jackson, Flint, on June 9 Jack Galinsky, Ray Stoller, Isa- Jerry Guttenberg, Maurice Blu-
will become the first Michigan bel Unrot, Solly Yaffe, Meyer menthal and Franklin Levy,
State University student to re- Stern and Philip Field, secre- •vice-presidents; Harold Black,,
treasurer; William Naftaly, Je-
ceive a bachelor's and a master's taries.
rome .Kohn, Bernard H. Winer,
degree at the same time.
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Our qualified professional photographers will
secretaries; Don Aron, Arnold
record your party properly and efficiently.
Steinman, 21, attended MSU
TEMPLE BETH AM SISTER- Berman, Don Farkus, Julius
"Quality and Service Always"
on a distinguished alumni schol- HOOD will install officers 12:30
arship after graduating first in p.m. Wednesday at Botsford Feldman, Murray Garmel, Sol
his class of 481 at Northern Inn, Guest speaker will be Mrs. Goodman, Martin Ilkow, Sam
High School in Flint in 1959. He Arthur Weil of Skokie, Ill., Leaderman, Benson Leet, Leo
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was working toward his bach- president of the 18th District Papp, Sam Siegal, Sam Som-
elor's degree in chemistry when Midwest Federation of Temple
old Wenner, trustees.
things "became dull" last March Sisterhoods. Officers are Mes-
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and so he started work on his dames Bettye Carr, president;
DEBORAH HOSPITAL SUB-
master's degree in bio-chemistry. Beverly Rudman, Ruth Ann URBAN DETROIT CHAPTER
DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
One of Steinman's most recent Sovel, Roberta Lewis, vice-presi- will meet 8:30 p.m. June 3 at
AGES 4 - 10
awards is a gold medal from dents; Ethel Gersten, Maxine the Oak Park Community Cen-
SHOLEM ALEICHEM INSTITUTE
the American Institute of Chem- Rosenberg, Dorothy Fink, secre- ter. Plans will be made for a
ists for being the outstanding taries; Beverly Goldman, treas- booth in the Oak Park Fair on
A small and informal Day Camp designed to meet the
chemistry student in his senior urer; Phyllis Fane, Gloria Goff, July Fourth. A paid-up mem-
needs of individual children.
class at MSU. He was also given Yvette Gaft, Harriet Abramo- bership luncheon will be held
Sports • Arts & Crafts • Music
a $200 award by the -MSU Board witz and Phyllis Passner, board June 15 at Larco's Restaurant.
Swimming • Trips of Unusual Interest
Friends are invited, according
of Trustees as the senior man members.
CALL VE 8-7440
with the best grade-point average
CAMP DIRECTOR: ELLIOT BURNS
(3.93 of 4 possible points).
LIVONIA JEWISH C•O N G. bership chairman, LI 8-3579.
Steinman will spend the sum- SISTERHOOD will meet 8:30
mer on assignment with the Na- p.m. Mohday at the Coolidge
tional Aeronautics and Space School, 30500 Curtis, Livonia,
Administration doing research announces Mrs. Morris Gural,
on the origin of life in outer president. Mrs. • Jerry Altschul,
space. After that, he will start program chairman, has planned
work on his doctorate at the readings of "Jewish Humor."
University of California in Participating are Mesdames
Stanley Finkelstein, Morris Her-
man, Norman Herman and
Richard Kahl. Refreshments will
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be served. The sisterhood will
hold its semi-annual rummage
sale 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Buck-
ingham Plaza Shopping Center.
New officers are Mesdames Mor-
ris Gural, president; Saul Raimi,
Larry Berk and Jerry • Altschul,
vice presidents; Ben Mirkin,
treasurer; Morris Goldberg, Sol
Bienenfeld,. Bernard Fredenthal,
Morris Herman and Jack Block,
secretaries; Sam Rubens and
Sam Siegel, sentinels.
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C 0 N G. BETH ABRAHAM
SISTERHOOD will hold a vic-
And Together Will Offer the Same Fine Services Offered at
tory luncheon under the chair-
manship of Vice-President Mrs.
WHITE is Right
Meyer Lullove, 12:30 p.m. Tues-
for Summer WEDDINGS
day, announces President Mrs.
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LARGE SELECTION OF
GOLDA MYERSON C H A P-
DON'T FUSS DON'T CUSS CALL US
TER, Pioneer Women, will meet
noon Tuesday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. Mrs. Irving Stepek
will be hostess in honor of her
return from Israel. Guests are
14802 W. 7 Mile Rd.
10520 W. 7 Mile Rd.
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DETROIT WOMEN OF AL-
Tailors, Clothiers &
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Edward Meyers announces a
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luncheon-board meeting to be
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held 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
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