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December 24, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-24

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HadassaliMyrtleWreathAwards
to Be Presented to 4 Detroiters

Jennifer Oren of Miami Mrs. Schwartz Heads Oak Park Dimes March
Mrs. Earl M. Schwartz has ac- national source of private support
the chairmanship of Oak for the diagnosis and treatment of
to Wed Dr. Krugman cepted
Park's 1966 March of Dimes cam-

paign to fight birth defects.
Mrs. Schwartz also serves as
Mothers' March Chairman for Oak
Park, and her children, Robert,
Susan and David, are teen chair-
men for the city.
"The shocking fact that the na-
tion's recent German measles epi-
demic will be responsible for be-
tween 15,000 and 20,000 birth de-
fects babies this year should
remind us all of the seriousness of
the birth defect problem," said
Mrs. Schwartz.
While supporting scientific in-
vestigations into birth defects, the
March of Dimes is also expanding
what is already the largest single

Four Detroit citizens will be
honored with Myrtle Wreath
Awards, to be presented by Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah as the culmi-
nation of its annual membership
enrollment campaign, 12:30 Jan.
11 at Temple Israel.
Mrs. Harold Hoffman, vice presi-
dent of membership, said the
Myrtle Wreath Awards Day will
pay tribute to those who have con-
tributed time and service to the

birth defect victims,

Orchestra, and his wife Annette,
Criterion Club Party
who has appeared in concerts and
recitals throughout the East, will
Scheduled for Saturday
highlight the musical program.
The annual Hanukah party of
Mrs. Hoffman is assisted by com-
Criterion C 1 u b, featuring New
mittee chairmen Mesdames Mar-
York musical-comedy actress and
vin Mittledorf and, Jack Shenkman,
singer Mary Burtin, will be held
general; Arthur Brukoff, conserva-
9 p.m. Saturday at Knights of
tion; Julius Gershune, integration;
Pythias
Hall. Dancing, games and
Norton J. Taylor, integration sec-
refreshments
also will be featured.
retary; Perry Burnstine, life; Ivan
All single persons over age 28
Meisner, adviser; Sidney Brand,
are invited. For information, call
re-enrollment; and Ben Linden-
Sally Sidran, DI 1-0510.
baum and Jack Milen, social.
Mrs. Jack W. Perlman, chapter
president, will preside, and Mrs.
Carl Schiller, will present the
Myrtle Awards.
All new members, their sponsors
Free Custom Fitting by
FOR THE BEST IN
and friends are invited. Those
Experienced Corsetieres
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
wishing to attend without accom-
MISS JENNIFER OREN
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
panying a new member will be
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin G. Oren
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
asked to pay a nominal admission
of Miami, formerly of Detroit, an-
Open Thurs. to 9 p.m.
contribution.
And
His
Orchestra
nounce the engagement of their
Dr. Buerki
Miss Sargent
BR 3-2509 or VE 7-9783
daughter Jennifer to Dr. Stanley
DI 1-1609
FREE PARKING IN REAR
community at large, "creating and
Krugman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
fostering good will regardless of
Jack Krugman of Columbia, S.C.
religion, race or creed and help-
The bride-elect attended the Uni-
ing improve the spiritual, physical •
versity of Michigan, where she
and mental welfare of all citizens
was a member of Alpha Lambda
locally and throughout the coun-
Delta women's freshman honorary
try."
society. She is a senior at the
The four recipients will be Dr.
YESHIVAH BETH YEHUDAH University of Miami and a member
Robin C. Buerki, executive direc-
tor and consultant and trustee of WOMEN'S SABBATH LEAGUE of Delta Theta Mu Honorary
Henry Ford Hospital; Max M. will meet noon Wednesday, pre- Scholastic Society.
Fisher, philanthropist, communal ceded by lunch, at Cong. Beth Te-
The bridegroom-elect is a. grad-
4(
leader and businessman; Emile G. filo Emanuel-Tikvah. Guest speak- uate of the University of South
BUY WITH CONFIDENCE DIRECT
er
will
be
Rabbi
Samuel
Adler,
di-
Sargent, director emeritus of the
Carolina, where he received his
FROM THE IMPORTER
Visiting Nurse Association since rector of scholarship fund for Beth bachelor's degree in biology and
1921; and Philip Slomovitz, pub- Yehudah Yeshivah. Social chair- was a member of Omicron Delta
lisher and editor of The Jewish man Mrs. Walter Epstein will be Kappa and Kappa Sigma Kappa
*
assisted by Mesdames Rose Bielo-
News.
honorary fraternities. He was grad-
IMPORTERS AND CUTTERS OF FINE DIAMONDS
An Esther Award will be given wicz, Meyer Biegler, Arthur Cut- uated from the Emory University
15738 Livernois
to the group enrolling the most ler, Kate Rubin, Esther Sachs and School of Dentistry, where he was
DI 1 - 5515
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new members; Myrtle Wreath Julius Spielberg. Bus transporta- president of Alpha Omega Dental ***********************************************Iit
tion
will
be
provided
for
Dexter
charms to the members who
Fraternity.
enroll five or more new mem- members at Cortland and Dexter
A June wedding is planned.
bers; Achiever Awards to the 11:15 a.m. Guests invited.
*
*
*
women who brought the mosf
UPPER NORTHWEST DE-
new members into their respec-
tive chapter; life memberships; TROIT NSHEI CHABAD STUDY
and honors to second and third- GROUP will meet 3 p.m. Saturday
generation members.
at the home of Mrs. Hannah Ungar,
Many outstanding composers
Julius Chajes, composer-direc- 19944 Stansbury. The guest speak-
have dedicated compositions to
tor of the Jewish Center Symphony er will be Rabbi Moshe Gardin.
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN, world-
* * *
pianist who appears at
NORTHWEST DETROIT NSHEI renowned
Masonic Auditorium, Jan.
CHABAD STUDY GROUP will Detroit's
14. The list includes Stravinsky,
meet 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Prokofieff,
Karol Szymanowski,
home of Mrs. Abraham Rothen- Alexander. Tansman, Darius Mil-
berg, 17529 Greenlawn. The guest haud, Francis Poulenc, Manuel
speaker will be Rabbi Rothenberg. Ponce, Heitor Villa-Lobos and
* * S
John - Carpenter.
Members of Temple Israel Sis-
YOUNG
WOMEN'S
BICUR
S S S
terhood were treated to a surprise
party recently when they reached CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
One
of
America's
most beloved
"E" Building, the children's area meet noon Monday at the home singing stars, Roberta Peters,
of
Mrs.
Louis
Goldberg,
4075
W.
of Northville State Hospital. Chil-
brings her renowned vocal talents
dren and staff members had baked Outer Dr. Members are asked to
to the stage of
bring
a
gift
for
the
Hanukah
grab
a birthday cake to commemorate
Detroit's Masonic
bag
and
there
will
be
an
afternoon
the sisterhood's six years of in-
Auditorium J a n.
of games. A Hanukah party with
terest in their welfare.
8, when she ap-
gifts
was
given
for
the
Ypsilanti
Throughout the year, the chil-
pears in a single
State
Hospital
patients
recently.
dren receive gifts on their birth-
concert. Known
days, and a petty cash fund covers Chairman Mrs. Harry Newman was
around the
assisted
by
Mesdames
Joseph
Vie-
incidental expenses of those who
world to be
are in local high schools. Special drah, Joseph Shifman, George
among the fore-
Brown,
Morris
Golden,
Ben
Yates,
holidays rate "extras" from the
most coloratura
FALL AND EARLY WINTER FASHIONS ONLY
sisterhood, and regularly the mem- Ben Leaman, David Berman, Jo-
sopranos of our
bers of the group purchase a dozen seph Zbick, Joseph Chodoroff,
time,
Miss
Pet-
IMPORTED
KNITS
Benton, Benjamin Levine
SLACK TOPS
CAR COATS
or more movie theater admissions Louis
ers has chalked t
COCKTAIL DRESSES
SLACKS
SWEATERS
for the children, as well as pro- and Jack Dunn.
DAYTIME
DRESSES
* * S
a phenomenal
BLOUSES
WALKING SUITS
viding clothing and magazines.
LONG GOWNS
series of triumpl
DAVID-HORODOKER YOUNG
As soon as this season is over,
Miss Peters since her his-
the sisterhood will be planning WOMEN ORGANIZATION will tory-making Metropolitan Opera
SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
meet
noon
Tuesday
at
the
home
the annual valentine party for the
of Mrs. Philip Kutnick, 13201 debut in 1950 when, on shortest
Much of our reserve stock also included
children.
possible notice, she replaced the
Chairman of the sisterhood pro- Dartmouth, Oak Park. Mrs. Kut- ailing Nadine Connor as Zerlina
ject is Mrs. Irving Kramer. Mrs. nick has been chosen by the or- in "Don Giovanni."
Louis Rosenzweig is co-chairman ganization as "Woman of the
*
*
and Mrs. Moe Traurig, vice presi- Year" for her fund-raising efforts
BRANCH
227,
Workmen's
Cir-
on
behalf
of
the
service
group,
dent in charge of committees.
which has "adopted" forgotten pa- cle, is holding a New Year's Eve
tients at Lapeer and Northville Ball 9:30 p.m., Dec. 31, at the
State Hospitals. Her name will be W. C. Center. Eric Rosenow and
L, A d,
'
inscribed at the new Hillel House His Continentals will provide the
ctltu — SOIL
music. A floor show and buffet
at Wayne State University.
RESISTANT
* *
supper will be featured. For res-
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER, ervations, call Henry Fox, LI 8-
Pioneer Women, will meet 12:30 6214, or Sonia Popowski, DI 1-
p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist 1639.
Institute. Louis LaMed will give a
SEALS
Psychiatric Pioneer
talk on "Chafetz Chaim." Refresh-
CDFI 1 R E T Z AI
T LS
ments will be served. Guests in-
Alfred
Adler, a leading physi-
IT TAKES A
vited.
cian who worked in Vienna early
GENI...US
*
in this century was, along with
SISTERHOOD OF YOUNG IS- Sigmund Freud, a pioneer in the
sti6vr5e"
RAEL CENTER, OAK - WOODS development of psychiatry. He was
a SONS
will have its oneg Shabbat 3 p.m. the founder of the school of indi-
15180 W. 8 MILE RD.
Saturday in the synagogue. Harry vidual psychology.
corner 9 mile & coolidge
Charge Accounts
JO 4-5580
Jubas will speak on "The Duty of
A & P Shopping Center
Available Also
LI 8-8300
Oak Park, Michigan
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Loving and Helping Our Fellow
Security
Men."
Friday, December 24, 1965-19

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