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May 20, 1955 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1955-05-20

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-13
Friday, May 20,

Elect Satovsky
Men's Club Veep

Re-Elect Levy to Head Temple Israe -1 Men's Chin

Elect Sarasohn
Men's Club Head

Irving A. Levy was re-elected Judaism Institute at Camp Na-
president of Temple Israel Men's helu, June 9 to 12, and a family
Club at the annual election picnic for congregrants on June
11 9.
meeting held May 12.
Other officers chosen to serve
For othe Perfect Affair!
during the coming year are
Harry Landsman, Benjamin
Bagdade, Julius C. Pliskow and
Louis Wolfgang, vice-presidents;
aonhdl Hli;s Orchestra
Julian S. Tobias, treasurer; Mor-
ton J. Bechek, Hyman M. Jack-
UN, - 3-3737
son and Tom S. Mitteldorf, sec-
retaries.
Charles L. Goldstein was in
Exclusive Dry Clea - ing
charge of arrangements for the
election meeting, at which
• DRAPES
Judge Ira W. Jayne was featur-
• CURTAINS
ed speaker. Assisting on the
committee were Frank Dickman,
• LAMP SHADES
Edward Eason and Milton John-
• BLANKETS
son.
Remaining on the current pro-
• BEDSPREADS
gram of the Men's Club are a
(Hand Finished)

Kollin-Klein Nuptials
Scheduled for Sept. 5

Sydney Sarasohn was elected
Abraham Satovsky of Cong.
president
of the Temple Beth El
Shaarey Zedek, Detroit, was
elected vice-president of the Men's Club at its 36th annual
last week. Other officers
National Federation of Jewish meeting
elected for the 1955-56 term
Men's Clubs, Inc., at last week's were:
26th annual convention at the
Samuel S. Willis, vice-presi-
Concord Hotel, New York.
dent; Carl Rosman, treasurer;
Other Detroiters elected to and Charles F.
the board of the organization Rose n, secre-
were Max Biber, Adas Shalom t a r y. Board
and Carl Schiller and Benjamin members elec-
S. Sidlow, Shaarey Zedek.
ted for two
Albert Kaufman, of Philadel- years are Sid-
phia, Pa., was chosen president ney L. Alexan-
of the Federation, which repre- der, Jr. Nathan,
sents over 200 Conservative B. Carroll, Jo-
men's clubs in the U.S. and seph L. Dizik, J.
Canada. with a membership of Leon Gittlen,
Fred Gross, Isa-
over 30,000.
Sarasohn
"Rediscovering Our Religious dore Malin, San-
Resources—A Spiritual Adven- ford J. Rope, Bernard S. Rubiner
ture" was the theme of the four and Dr. Benjamin B. Stamell.
day convention, at which Rabbi
Among Sarasohn's community
Morris Adler, of Shaarey Zedek, posts are membership in the
delivered the keynote address.
Allied Jewish Campaign, Jewish
MISS AUDREY KOLLIN
Community Council, Wayne Uni-
Local
delegates,
in
addition
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kollin, of
to those mentioned above, who versity Press advisory board,
Littlefield Ave., announce the attended the convention sessions and board member, Detroit
engagement of their daughter, were Herbert Harris and Harry Chapter, Brandeis University As-
Audrey Shelda, to Daniel Sidney Spoon, representing Adas Sha- sOciates.
A .graduate of the University
Klein, son of Mrs. Doris Klein, of lom, and Dr. Albert Altman and
Elmhurst Ave., and the late Mr. I. Murray Jacobs, of Shaarey of Michigan, Sarasohn is a past
supreme national vice-president .
Zedek.
Isadore Klein.
Wives of the delegates who of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, Phi
The bride-elect attended the
University of Michigan and attended participated in a speci- Beta Kappa and Pi Delta Epsilon
Wayne University. Her fiance is ally arranged women's program. fraternities.
a Wayne U. graduate. The couple
has set a Sept. 5 wedding date. Bnai David Schedules Annual Election Meeting

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lezell, of
19167 Snowden, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Ber-
nard Leon, on Saturday, at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. A dinner in
his honor will be held that even-
ing, at Rainbow Terrace.
* * *
Mr: and Mrs. Philip P. Fealk,
of 18075 Appoline, announce the
Bar Mitzvah of their son, Eugene
Lewis, on Saturday, at Beth
Aaron Synagogue. A family din-
ner in his honor will lot held that
evening in the Mayfair Room.
** *
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Yashinsky,
of 2643 Elmhurst, announce the
•Bar Mitzvah of their son, Jerry
Delano, on Saturday, at Cong.
Mogen Abraham. A dinner in
Jerry's honor will be held Sun-
day, in the Mayfair Room.
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. Milton L: Sorock
announce the Bar Mitzvah of
their son, Robert Bruce, on Sat-
urday, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

Cong. Bnai David will hold its
annual election meeting at 8:30
p.m., Tuesday, in the synagogue
social hall. Congregants are
urged to note the change in
election dates. Previously, the
meeting was held after the High
Holy Days.

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