Michigan ORT Region to Inaugurate
Membership Drive at Franklin Hills
The Michigan Region of Wom-
en's American ORT will launch its
fall membership drive 12:30 p.m.,
Sept. 24, at Franklin Hills County
Club. One or more new members,
with their sponsors, will be admit-
ted as guests of ORT, according to
Mrs. Ben Brant, region vice presi-
dent of membership.
For those unable to bring a new
member, there will be an admis-
sion charge. Prospective members
are welcome, and for those who
join ORT on that day the price of
admission will be credited towards
membership dues. Sandwiches
and coffee will be served preceding
the fashion show presented- by
Madelyn Coe, Hudson's fashion co-
Mrs. Monroe Rosenthal, national
treasurer of Women's American
ORT, will address the group.
Mrs. Brant will be assisted by
region program vice president
Mrs. Julian Frank, and region hos-
pitality chairmen Mrs. Nathan
Simon and Mrs. Eugene Epstein.
Others on the committee are the
chapter vice presidents of member-
ship: Mrs. Leon Lewis, Balmoral;
Mrs. Stuart J. Sachse, Fairview,
Kaplan-Wineman Rites SOC Hadassah
to Take Place in Winter to Hear Barmore
South Oakland Chapter of Ha-
dassah will meet noon Tuesday at
Guest speaker will be Jacob
Barmore, consul general for the
state of Israel. New slides of the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Med-
ical Center in Jerusalem will be
shown, launching a fund-raising
campaign for maintenance of the
Hadassah medical organization.
Refreshments and an original skit
will complete the program.
Mrs. Arnold Smith, Glenwood;
Mrs. Jerome Keywell, Hampton;
Mrs. David Karp, Huntington
Woods; Mrs. A. Williams, Lafa-
yette Park; Mrs. S. Ekelman, Mt.
Clemens; Mrs. Russell Davis,
Northeast; Mrs. Gerald Stein, Oak-
land Hills; Mrs. Leon Paul, Park-
wood; Mrs. Maurice Kurzmann,
Suburban Hills; Mrs. B. Zaffern,
Town and Country; and Mrs. Louis
Sarko, and Vera Bramson.
Mrs. William Wetsman is region
Oakland Hills ORT
Readies Antique Show
Oakland-Hills Chapter of Wo-
men's American ORT will sponsor
.its third annual Antique Show 11
a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday and Wed-
nesday at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
More than 25 dealers will sell
furniture, bric-a-brac, primitives,
glassware, china, rugs, lamps,
candy, jewelry and stamps and
There will be a student art show
and sale, and a variety of refresh-
m t will be available in the tea
For tickets and information, call
program chairman, Mrs. Robert
Weinstock, EL 3-2233.
MRS. DAVID SUGARMAN,
23140 Eastwood, Oak Park, was
one of 12J Michigan teachers
honored at the Michigan State
Mrs. Milton Weiss Heads
Fair on Teachers Day, Sept. 3.
Israel Fashion Festival
Mrs. Sugarman is a 3rd grade
Mrs. Milton Weiss will be the
MISS GERTRUDE KAPLAN
chairman of the Givenchy-Israel
Mrs. Roy Kaplan of Hendrie Park.
Blvd., Huntington Woods, an-
nounces the engagement of her
For the HY Spot
Oct. 14 in the
daughter Gertrude to Henry Wine-
Of Your Affair
man II, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Wineman of Fairway Dr.
star of TV, radio,
stage and screen,
The bride is a senior in the
MOVIES, SINCE 1946
University of Michigan school of
WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
And His Orchestra
the collection of
education, where she is affiliated
42 original mod-
with Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority.
Her fiance is a graduate of U. of
• Distinctive Ceremonies
The festival is
M. and is presently a senior in
Wayne State University's law ■ ■
sponsored by the
A December wedding is planned.
Announcing . . . New location of
of Mrs. Morris L.
In advance of the affair, the
Israel Bond National Women's Di-
vision director, Hilda Leibe, flew
to Detroit to plan the program
formerly of Dexter
with the leadership of the women's
Detroit pianist Ruth Meckler
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Allen are Laredo and her husband, violinist
presenting the fourth annual "Star Jaime Laredo, are completing a
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of Israel" diamond creation as a tour with the Marlboro Music
Member Detroit Retail Kosher Butcher's Association
prize at the fashion show lunch- Festival under the auspices of the
U.S. State Department.
Highlight of their travels (which
For reservations call the Israel
included concerts in Switzerland,
Bond Office, DI 1-5707.
A number of women have of- Greece, Italy,
fered their homes for parties in and in Paris
advance of the fashion festival. France) was a
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz hosted a week - long stop-
luncheon 1 p.m. Thursday at her over in Israel.
There they per-
home, 19909 Hartwell.
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine will formed in Tel
hold a brunch 10:30 a.m. Tuesday Aviv, Jerusalem
• Famous Hungarian Dobos Tort, Mocca Tort
at her home, 8020 Lincoln, Hunting- Caesarea, Haifa,
Swiss Chocolate Tort
ton Woods. Mrs. Phillip Hellman Rehovot, and
True, she makes a Mush-
will host a brunch at her home, several Kib b u t-
room & Barley Soup even
• All Kinds of French Pastries
18034 Indiana, also 10:30 a.m. zim.
a mother-in-law would
• We Also Bake a Selection of Dietetic Pastries
On the final
envy. Hearty. Nourishing.
Tuesday, with Mrs. Joseph Katch-
night of the
Loaded with beans, celery,
ke as co-hostess.
onions and carrots. (To say
nothing of mushrooms and
Festival, M r s.
18285 WYOMING, North of Curtis
Laredo performed the Bach Triple
And wait till you taste
Piano Concerto with Rudolf Serkin
Mrs. Adler's Pea Soup! And
and his son Peter. Jaime Laredo
her Vegetable Soup!
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith of played the Beethoven Triple Con-
Call Grunt's for Your Holiday Food Needs!
But why be jealous?
Southampton Ct., Livonia, announce certo with Rudolf Serkin, pianist,
Just serve it to your hus-
the engagement of their daughter and Leslie Parnas, cellist.
ANY TIME IS PARTY TIME!
band with a nothing-to-it
Karen Sue to Ronald Moscow, son
Mrs. Laredo wrote her parents,
of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Moscow Mr. and Mrs. Ben Meckler of •
AT YOUR OWN PARTY — ORDER YOUR
And let your mother-in-
of Snowden Ave. Miss Smith is a Robson Ave., that she met De- •
taw be jealous !©
graduate of Michigan State.Univer-
troit pianist Rebecca Frohman
sity. A Nov. 24 wedding is planned.
Those attending the U.S. State
Department reception following •
CARRY-OUT FOODS AVAILABLE
the performance included Isaac
Dinners on Order
Stern and Gen. Moshe Dayan.
• Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing,
• Cheese Blintzes
Potatoes and Gravy
Chaplain (Capt.) HARRY Z.
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
assigned to South Vietnam, where
SO N (DAYcotiiLY
he will minister to the growing
WE HAVE FRESH CROP INDIAN NUTS!
number of Jewish military person-
nel there, according to word re- •
ceived by the Commission on Jew- •
ish Chaplaincy of the National : DELIVER
Jewish Welfare Board.
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Ruth _Heckler Laredo,
Husband Jaime Play
at Festival in Israel
At 8420 W. MICHOLS
ADD A LITTLE ELEGANCE TO YOUR HOLIDAY
TABLE WITH FINE HOME-BAKED PASTRIES
be jealous of
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