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February 07, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-07

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MRS. ROBERT SHER

Janice Ina Kaplan, daughter
of the Max Kaplans of Millburn,
N.J., became the bride of Robert
Sheldon Sher Saturday in New-
ark. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sher of
Santa Rosa Ave.
Rabbi Hershel Stollman of
Cong. Beth Israel, Brooklyn,
cousin of the bridegroom, offi
ciated.
The bride wore a gown with
satin skirt and lace bodice
and sleeves. Her short veil was
held by a pillbox head piece
covered with seed pearls. She
carried a Bible covered with
orchids.
Maid of honor was Leona
Sue Kaplan, sister of the bride;
and Mrs. Albert Hacker of Liv-
onia, sister of the bridegroom,
was matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Gail Pollack of
Yonkers; Mona Sokolsky of
Gloversville, N. Y.; Michelle
Sharon Sher, sister of the bride-
groom; Nanette Helene Boffard
of Passaic, N.J.; Bonnie Norma
Bussin of South Orange. N.J.;
and Bonnie Urbach of West
Orange. Donna Cohen of the
Bronx was flower girl.
Best man was Russell Meskin
of Detroit. Ushers were Law-1
rence Steel and Richard Henc-1
ken of Southfield; Albert Hack-
er; Leslie Greenblatt, Lawrence
Sher, brother of the bridegroom,
and Stanley Marks, all of De-
troit; Morris A. Halpern and
Stephen Halpern, both of Som-
erville, N.J.
Following a honeymoon in
Nassau, the couple will live onl
Monte Vista Ave.

Women's League Sets
Annual Event Featuring
Organization Displays

The League of Jewish Wo-
men's Organizations of Greater
Detroit, an affiliate of the Na-
tional Bureau of Federated
Jewish Women's Groups, will
hold its 36th annual meeting
12:15 p.m., Monday at Temple
Israel.
An exhibit of organization
displays pro-
jecting "Your
Organization'
Public Image,"
will be fea-
tured. The dis-
plays will de-
pict program-
ing for a new
era. Among
the judges
will be Her-
b e r t Cohen Mrs. Weiner
and Robert Garelick of two
local art galleries. A popular
vote also will be taken.
Mrs. Maurice Weiner, pro-
gram chairman, announces that
a dramatization will be pre-
sented by the mobile unit of
the Jewish Center Theater.
Mrs. Ernest Golumbia, presi-
dent of Temple Israel Sister-
hood, will deliver the invoca-
tion. Mrs. Morris Brandwine
will bring a message from the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein, presi-
dent of the league, said the pub-
lic is invited. Refreshments will
be served prior to the meeting.

Women's elyths

ORDER OF THE GOLDEN
CHAIN, Link 57, will meet 8
p.m. Monday at Raleigh House.
A make-up demonstration will
follow the business meeting,
and refreshments served. A mah
jongg tournament is scheduled
for 8:30 p.m. Feb. 18 at Clinton
School, Oak Park. Prizes and
refreshments will be featured.
Guests invited. For information
or reservations, call Eleanor
Schott, LI 6-8127.
*
*
GLENWOOD CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will
hold its annual membership tea
8:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the home
of Mrs. Harold Handler, 20157
Cheyenne. Mrs. Arnold Tanz-
man will be guest speaker, and
an ORT movie on the mellah
(oriental Jewish ghetto) shown.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests invited. For information,
call chairman Mrs. S. Ruben-
stein, LI 1-1705, or Mrs. A.
Friedman, DI 1-9457.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will dedicate its next meeting to
Moetzet Hapoalot 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute. A report on the Moet-
zet Hapoalot camp will be given
by chairman Mrs. Sophie Sislin.
Mrs. Chana Michlin and Mrs.
Eva Heinick, bulletin chairman,
also will give reports. Mesdames
Ida Katz and Rose Geltner will
be acknowledged for two schol-
arships set up in memory of
their late husbands. Movies of
Israel will be shown by Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Sclu-age, who re-
cently returned from a visit
there. Refreshments will be
served. Guests invited.
* * *
LADIES OF MOSAIC will
hold its paid-up membership
dinner 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Oak Park Jewish Center.
All paid-up members are in-
vited, and dues may be paid ,
at the door. Games will follow
dinner.
information, ca •
Mrs. Bert Swartz, UN 4-8831.
* *
SHERUTH LEAGUE Presi-
dent Mrs. Jack Weinstein an-
nounces a board meeting 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Edward Singer, 17518 Gold-
win, Southfield. Cohostesses are
Mesdames Phillip Kopman and
Felix Hower.
* * *
NORTHWEST CHILD RES-
CUE WOMEN will meet 8.30
p.m. today at Howard Johnson's,
25050 Northwestern.
*
DELTA PHI EPSILON
SORORITY will meet 8:15
p.m. Wednesday at the home
of Mrs. Cynthia Daitch, 24071
Geneva, Oak Park. "The Whys
and Wherefores of the Stock
Market" will be discussed.
* * *
RODIN CLUB will meet 1
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Lazarus, 19448
Snowden. Dessert luncheon will
be served.
* *
PI OMICRON SORORITY
will hold its annual Spring
Fashion Show and games party
12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Wo-
men's City Club. The show is
to benefit crippled children and
Penrickton Nursery for the
Visually Handicapped. Miss
Jackie Crampton will moderate.
General chairman is Mrs. Al-
fred J. Eizonas. Contact Miss
Esther Saulson, 273-5996, for
reservations.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL CENTER
OF OAK-WOODS SISTER-
HOOD will hold a paid-up
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the center. Rabbi James Gor-
don will be guest speaker and
honor several members. For re-
servations, call Shirley Kar-
now, LI 5-2984.
* * *
YESHIVATH BETH YEHU-
DAH PTA will hold a board
meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. A. Zentman,
18434 Indiana.

Young Chess Champ,
Bobby Fischer, to Play
in Exhibition Here

Goodman-Kutinsky
Vows Set For July

U.S. chess champion Bobby
Fischer, 20, will play 50 of
the strongest players in the
state at an exhibition 2 p.m.
Sunday at the Chess Mate
Gallery.
This simultaneous exhibition,
sponsored by Morris Widen-
baum, Michigan chess cham-
pion, will mark the first stop
on Fischer's transcontinental
tour.
The public is invited.

HOME RELIEF SOCIETY
will hold a board meeting 12:30
p.m., Feb. 14, at the home of
Mrs. Sol A. Miller, 19736 Snow-
den, according to Mrs. John
Herman, chairman of the board.
A dessert luncheon will be
served. Mrs. Miller has been
reelected president of the so-
city. Others to take office are
Mesdames Murray Adelson,
hospital; Ben Davidson, hospi-
tality; Abe Sinaberg, memorial
lights; Samuel Chase, courtesy;
Charles Smith, USO; Jack
Grossbart, telephone; Samuel
Goldman and Leonard Soskin.
league representatives; and
Jacob Rosenberg, Community
Council representative.
* *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will hold its annual paid-up
dinner party 6:30 p.m. Monday
at the Imperial Terrace, an-
nounces Mrs. Neil Kalef, mem-
bership chairman. For reserva-
tions call Mrs. Harry Koltonow,
DI 1-9372, or call Mrs. Meyer
Berman, LI 5-6924.
* * *

DIAMONDS OF EXCELLENCE

MISS LESLEY GOODMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Good-
man of Chicago announce the
engagement of their daughter
Lesley Susan to Dr. Julian Jay
Open Thursday 'til 9 p.m.
Kutinsky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Kutinsky of Muirland
Ave.
Miss Goodman attended Drake
University and is now a senior
at Wayne State University. Her
fiance attended the University
Window Shade Co.
AHAVAS ACHIM SISTER- of Detroit and graduated from
HOOD will meet 8:30 p.m. Mon- the College of Osteopathic
day at the synagogue. Rabbi Medicine and Surgery in Des
Harold S. White. • Beth Israel Moines.
Shadowproof and Washable
A July wedding is planned.
Congregation, Ann Arbor, will
be guest speaker. Guests in-
Window Shades
vited.
Made to Order
FOR THE BEST IN
* * *
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
WOMEN'S BRANCH. Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America, will present
And His Orchestra
11828 Linwood Ave.
the fourth in its Town Hall Lec-
ture Series 10 a.m. Feb. 17.
DI 1-1609
Near Elmhurst
Hostesses will be the Beth ■
Abraham Sisterhood. Rabbi Joel
Litke will discuss the life and
works of Samson Raphael
Hirsch. A continental breakfast
A GIFT OF LOVE . . . YOUR PORTRAIT
will precede the lecture.
* * *
One Picture
Call
MASSADA CHAPTER, Pion-
Worth a
Today
eer Women, will meet 12:30
Thousand
for an
STUDIO OF
p.m. Monday at the home of
Words
Appointment
PHOTOGRAPHY
Mrs. Abe Heller, 19519 Cran-
UN 2-0200
--
UN 2.0660
19492 LIVERNOIS
brook, Apt. 209.
* * *
NORTHWEST N'SHEI
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet Saturday, 2:30 p.m., at
the home of Mrs. F. Weiner-
man, 18624 Indiana. The guest
speaker will be M. White. Mrs.
Tzippora Baiter is chairman.
* * *
DETROIT CANCER FIGHT-
ERS, City of Hope, will hold
a board of directors meeting
noon Monday at the Raleigh
House. Mrs. Harold Kozloff,
president, will preside. Hos-
tesses will be Mesdames Leon-
a r d Schlafler, Seymour
Schwartz, David Schwartz, Per-
cy Swartz, Charles Ternopol
and Nathan Lux. Mrs Emanuel
Schwartz, journal chairman,
will present a progress report.
Contact Mrs. Louis Stoller. UN
4-0891, for information.
*. * *
MEYERS-WYOMING GROUP,
Hadassah, will meet 1 p.m. Feb.
18 in the conference room of
the Detroit Institute of Arts. A
guided tour of the museum will
be conducted by William Woolf-
enden, executive director of the
Archives of American Art. Mrs.
Meyer Tenenbaum, president,
announces that prior to the
tour, members will meet for a
"Dutch treat" lunch 11:45 a.m.,
at the Four Jacques Restaurant.
For reservations, call Mrs. David
Mattes, 357-0675.
* * *

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YOUTH EDUCATION
LEAGUE will meet 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs.
Jack Munson, 19500 Birwood.
Co-hostess will be Mrs. Jules
Sanders. Mrs. Louis Babcock,
president, announces that final
plans are being made for the
donor luncheon Feb. 26 at the
Elmwood Casino. All money
from tickets may be turned in
at this time. For reservations
call Mrs. William Hubert, ticket
chairman, UN 1-8113.

Sportswear

Between
8 and 9 Mile Rd.
Across from
Northland
In The
Tops Center

MATERNITIES • UNIFORMS

21290 GREENFIELD

15—TH E D ETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday , Feb ruary 7, 1964

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