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September 17, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-17

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Young Adults Warm Up for Wiener Roast-Dance

Ackerman-Starr Troth
Announced in Salem

omen's Owls

ESTHER. BERMAN PTO, United
Hebrew Schools, will hold a tea
12:30 p.m. Monday in the auditor-
ium of the Esther Berman Build-
ing. Highlighting the afternoon
will be the installation of officers
and an address by Israel Elpern,
prinCipal of the school. Mrs. Sam
Cohen, president, invites the mo-
thers of children who attend the
school to become acquainted with
the school's curriculum and the
activities of the PTO.
*
*

ker-
MISS DOROTHY ACKERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ackerman
of Salem, Mass., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Doro-
thy to Jerome Irwin Starr, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Starr, 19222
Warrington.
Miss Ackerman is a graduate of
the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital
School of Nursing in Boston. Mr.
Starr is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where he was
elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He is a
senior at the University of Michi-
gan Medical School, where he is
president of Phi Delta Epsilon Fra-
ternity and a member of Galens
medical honorary society and Al-
pha Omega Alpha, national medical
honorary society.
A Dec. 26 wedding is planned
in Salem.

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Maimonides Medical Society Wo-
men's Auxiliary will hold its open-
ing meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Town and Country Club,
announces Mrs. Arnold R. Axelrod,
president. The program will feat-
ure a skit by the Wayne Eastern
Deanery Players, "Strictly for
Laughs," a satire on club officers
conducting meet-
ings. Past Presi-
dent Mrs. Howard
B. Appelman will
give the invoca-
tion, and Mrs.
Henry Schlesing-
er, vice president
in charge of
membership, will
present and hon-
Mrs. Axelrod or new members.
Wives of Jewish doctors are elig-
ible for membership. For informa-
tion call Mrs. Schlesinger, UN 1-
6111.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women will hold a social meeting
noon Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Abe Primack, 24271 Rosewood,
Oak Park. Speaker will be Mrs.
Sam Fisher, council m e m b e r.
Guests invited.
* a a
ADAS SHALOM SISTERHOOD
Braille Group will hold an open
demonstration of Braille teaching
1 p.m. Wednesday in the synagogue
youth lounge. The session will mark
the beginning of a new season of
Braille transcribing classes under
the sisterhood's sponsorship, an-
nounced Mrs. Ben Morganroth,
president. Ella McClennan, who
has been blind since birth, will
conduct the demonstration lesson.

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Miss McClennan has taught the
art of Braille transcription to vol-
unteers for 30 years. She has also
been a Braille proofreader at the
Wayne County Library, department
for the blind. Mrs. Morris Rowin,
chairman of the Braille transcrib-
ing program, says guests will have
the opportunity to use Braille
equipment and to take a sample
lesson. The course is available
without charge.
* a *

SIGMA ALPHA MU MOTHERS
ALUMNI GROUP, associated with
the Iota Chapter at the University
of Michigan, recently elected the
following officers for the coming
year: Mesdames Daniel C. Siegel,
honorary president; Ernest Colum-
bia, president; Irving Goldsmith
and Joe Gordon, vice presidents;
Sam Baker, Abe Cherrin, Adolph
Lichter, Harry Kwiker, Albert Wil-
liams and David Tann, secretaries;
Peter Altman, treasurer; and Sid-
ney Berke, newsletter editor. Out-
going President Mrs. Edward Roth-
enberg had served for two years.
The organization meets once year-
ly and awards scholarships to qual-
ifying University of Michigan stu-
dents.

a
*
MISHKAN ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will meet 9 p.m. Monday
in the social hall of the synagogue.
A fashion show will be preceded
by a culture program. Refresh-
ments will follow. Guests invited.
*
*
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
will meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Luncheon will be served, and
there will be prizes for new mem-
bers.
a *
DETROIT LEAGUE, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, will see a jeweler's col-
lection of gems and jewelry at its
opening meeting and complimen-
tary luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Philip
Ruskin, 4344 Arden Pl., Royal Oak.
For directions, call Mrs. Ruskin,
LI 9-3433. President Mrs. Peter
Gilbert will give a report on her
visit to the children's hospital at
Denver. Prospective members in-
vited.
a a a
PURITY CHAPTER, Order of
the Eastern Star, plans a "birth-
day dinner" for 6:45 p.m. Monday,
to be preceded by a 4 p.m. busi-
ness meeting at Eureka Temple.
Honorees will be Honey Magid and
Ree Kass, past matrons, Leo
Magid, past patron, and other past
matrons and patrons. For reser-
vations, call Leona Desenberg,
UN-4-2236, or Grace Sheraga, UN-
3-5095.
a * a
JEWISH HOME FOR THE
AGED AUXILIARY will open the
season 12:30 p.m. Monday at
Cong. Beth Moses. Entertainment
will be "Music and Merriment"
with Cantor Hyman J. Adler of
Cong. Bnai David and Max Sosin,
humorist. Refreshments will be
served. The auxiliary is planning
a "Kismet" theater party as its
feature event of the year Dec. 1
at the Fisher Theater.

*

Shaarey Zedek Young Adults be followed by the dance at 9 p.m.
will hold a wiener roast and dance Admission charge.
Sunday evening at the synagogue.
The 7:30 p.m. wiener roast will
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BETH MOSES SISTERHOOD will
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8 p.m. Wednesday in the social
hall. Guests invited.
• *
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
YEHUDAH WOMEN'S SABBATH
LEAGUE will. hold a luncheon
meeting noon Monday at the home
of President Mrs. Isadore Levin,
5329 W. Outer Dr. Rabbi Sholem
Flam, who recently returned from
a trip to Israel, will be speaker.
Social chairman Mrs. Walter Ep-
stein will be assisted by Mesdames
Arthur Cutler, Leo Laufer, Kate
Rubin and Julius Spielberg. Plans
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