Friday, December 6, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S-26
`Saucy Sylvia' to Headline Show Littky-Fellows
for Hadassah's Honor Roll Party Engagement Told
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will hold its Honor Roll Cam-
paign culminating event 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Mrs. Jack Perl-
man is chairman.
Featured entertainers will be
"Saucy S y l v i a (Mrs. Mike
Stoun)," comedian-vocalist, and
the Fenby-Five Orchestra.
Mrs. Davis Benson, vice-presi-
dent of fund-raising, advises
that friends may still make
pledges and attend the party by
calling the Hadassah Office, BR
The decoration committee is
headed by Mrs. A. C. Hambur-
ger. Mrs. Harold Hoffman,
along with Mrs. Perlman, is in
charge of arrangements.
Beth Moses Men,
Vets Plan Blood Rally
Cong. Beth Moses Men's Club
and the Jewish War Veterans,
Department of Michigan, will
hold their second annual blood
drive Dec. 16 at the synagogue.
The hours of the rally will be
3-5 p.m. and 6-10 p.m.
There will also be available
the TB units and Sugar Diabetes
Detection unit. All groups and
individuals are invited to parti-
cipate. For information, call
Donald H. Farkus, KE 2-7506.
Begin proper foot
balance with a
Serving on the decoration commit.
tee are Mesdames Harry Anbender,
Morris Amdur, Morton Benson, Wil-
liam Eggleston, Josh Horowitz, Don-
ald Kapetansky, Saul Kuretsky, Jos-
eph Mandell, Henry Marer, Bernard
Mirvis, Edward Perlmutter, Maurice
Ruskin, David Strome, Meyer Tanen-
baum, Samuel Yura and Morris
Hostesses will include Mesdames
Irving August, Yetta Aronoff, Sam-
uel Aaron, Lee Richard Alvin, Her-
man August, Benjamin Bond, Peter
Brown, Ben Bonin, Henry Berris,
Geraldine Black, Morris Botwin,
Samuel Cohl, Max Derin, Robert
Drews, Hyman Eisenberg, Nathan
Fink, Milton Freedman, Arnold
Feuerman, Walter Field, Morris
Gould, Julius Gershune, Edward
Grebs, Samuel Goldfarb, Gilbert
Golding, Nathan Goldman, James
Goodfriend, I. Hermelin, I. Jerome
Hauser, William J. Hubert, Jason
Honigman, Beryl Harrison, Joseph
Jackier, Rubin Joffee, Oscar Kra-
mer, Michael Karbal, Harry Komer,
Morris Kaner, Saul Kuretsky, Bar-
ney Keywell, Fred Kellman, Samuel
Levitt, I. I. Lappin, Adolph Lowe,
Meyer Lubin, Samuel Leib, Lewis
Manning, Jack Mickel, Myron Mil-
grom, Louis Milgrom, Ben Mossman,
Meyer Meyerson, Marvin IVIitteldorf,
Jack Milen, Ivan Meisner, David
Pollack, Frank Passal, Alfred Rosen,
Herman Radner, Norman Rosenfeld,
Irving Rose, Samuel J. Rhodes,
Ralph Rostow, Harry H. Sand, Rob-
ert Siegel, Harvey Snider, Harry
Saks, Bert L. Smokier, Arthur Schu-
biner, Samuel Schaflander, Nathan
Soberman, Sam Shekter, Milton
Sorock, Nathan Schermer, Julius
Schwartz, Julian Tobias, Meyer
Tenenbaum, Gerald Woloveck, Harry
Weinstein, Bernard Zendel, Aaron
Zamek, Marvin Zeskind and Abe
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Vladimiritzer Emergency Re-
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Mrs. Sam Kurnetz.
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League of Jewish Women Will Hold
Mid-Season Presidents' Meeting •
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein, presi-
dent of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations of
Greater Detroit, an affiliate of
the National Bureau of Feder-
ated Jewish Women's Groups,
announces that the mid-season
Presidents Board meeting will
be held 12:15 p.m. Dec. 12 at
the home of Mrs. Martin Nai-
mark, 19605 Canterbury.
David Darsky, who recently
joined the staff of the Jewish
Community Council as associate
director of community affairs,
will be guest speaker.
The presidents of each of
League's 175 affiliate organiza-
tions have been invited to at-
tend. A dessert luncheon will
be served until 1 p.m. Reserva-
MISS PHYLLIS LITTKY
At a recent dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Littky of Monte
Vista Ave. announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Phyllis, to Harold S. Fellows,
son of Mrs. Mollie Fellows of
Ward Ave. and the late Mr. Ben
Fellows. An Aug. 2 wedding is
tions should be made with Mrs.
Abe Bookstein, LI 4-8470, Mrs.
Betty Fisher or Mrs. George
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