THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 22, 19 59-22
Brooklyn Miss to Wed Bnai Frith Women
Beth Aaron Men To Honor Rabbi
Pearl, VE. 8-5384; and Mrs.
on Marriage of Son
dent of the Greater Detroit Al Stein, VE. 5-2380.
to Install Officers A m'laveh malkeh by Detroit Detroiter in June
Delegates from Detroit who
Bnai Brith Women's Council,
Newly-elected officers and friends and former congregants
board members of the Beth of Rabbi Chaim Meisels, now of
Aaron Men's Club will be in- Brooklyn, N.Y., will be tendered
stalled at a brunch and cere- at 9 p.m., May 30, at Cong.
mony, to be held at 10 a.m., Agudath Israel, 12322 Dexter.
Rabbi Meisels, known as the
Sunday, in the synagogue social
Sarvasher Rebbe, will be here
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick, to receive felicitations on the
spiritual leader of Beth Aaron, forthcoming marriage of his
will serve as installing officer. youngest son, Rabbi Zvi Hersh
Meisels, who, at 19, has already
gained a reputation for scholar-
is chairman of
David J. Cohen will be chair-
man of the evening, and greet-
ted for :,he
ings will be extended by rabbis
second term as
and lay leaders in the Orthodox
community. While in Detroit,
Rabbi Meisels will be the guest
of Nathan Framowitz, 4087 W.
man and May-
Adas Shalom Scouts Set
will be vice- - Silberman
presidents. Secretaries are Ar- June 4 Court of Honor
thur Faber, Abe Halem, Abe
Boy Scout Troop 515 o Adas
Moss and Hyman Zalenko, and S'halom Synagogue will hold its
Sam Lankin is treasurer.
semi-annual court of honor at
Board members are Gerald 8 p.m., June 4, in the syna-
Rosenberg, Ben Drapkin, Sid- gogue social hall. Parents and
ney Noveck, Edward Braver, Dr. friends are invited to witness
Marvin A. Last, Morris Mittle- the ceremonies, at which scouts
man, Milton Stearn, Mark Weitz, will officially be given higher
Sherman Porvin and Ben Z. ranks and awarded earned mer-
Birth Ant total:cements
MISS HATTIE MESSNER
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Messner,
of Brooklyn, N.Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Hattie, to Jack Wiener, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener, of
The bride-elect attended
Brooklyn College, where she
majored in psychology. Mr.
Wiener is a graduate of Wayne
State University, and is present-
ly studying at the Juilliard
School of Music.
The couple is planning a June
Sets Annual Institute
for High School Grads
this week announced the ap-
pointment of Mrs. George
Karabenick as chairman of the
Council's annual installation
Mrs. Louis Manning, sentinel
Lodge No. 6,
will install the
and Mrs. Alan
ments for the
program, to be
held at 12
noon, June 9,
Mrs. Albert Cutler will be
mistress of ceremonies, and
Mrs. Charles Solovich, recently-
elected as the first national
Bnai Brith Women's president
from Detroit, will speak, as will
Mrs. Robert Coggan, president
of District No. 6, also a De-
Publicity is being handled
by Mrs. David Levine, and
reservations chairmen are Mrs.
Israel Debate Team
Ends Unbeaten Season
The Temple Israel Debate
Team climaxed an undefeated
season with its fourth victory
in four debates with Temple
Beth Zion of Buffalo, N.Y.
Members of the local team in
last Sunda y's debate were
Emily Parker, Phyllis Segal and
Leslie Victor, who upheld the
affirmative of the proposition:
"Resolved: That Reform Juda-
ism Should Adopt Parochial
Miss Victor and Richard
Citron, seniors in the high
school, will receive debating
keys at the June 5 graduation.
Other members of the team are
Susan Strauss,' Joan Danto,
Bernard Kirzner, Charles Mintz
and Barbara Skully.
Manuel S. Simon, instructor
in speech at Mumford High
School, is the Temple Israel
To Mr. and Mrs. of 873 Roxbury, Youngstown,
Jordan Isaacs (Sydeile Shap- 0., a daughter, Betty Miriam.
iro), of 22533 Chippewa, a son,
Specialists in a wide variety
May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Erik of fields will guide June grad-
E. Lehmann (Ursula Sitzman, uates from high schools
May 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. of Detroit), of 701 W. 189th St., throughout the city at the fifth
Michelle. annual Institute for Jewish Sen-
Louis Klein (Gladys Herman), New York, a daughter,
of Avon Lane, Southfield, a
iors of High Schools, organized
May 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam by the Jewish Community Coun-
daughter, Elizabeth Diane.
Kietter (Lonna. Reitman), of cil.
May 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. 19730 Chesterfield, a son, Mat-
Held in cooperation with the
Heinz Borchardt, of 19150 Pine- thew Lee.
'Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation,
hurst, a daughter, Marcy Elena.
Jewish War Veterans and Jew-
May 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. ish Vocational Service, the In-
May 13 — To Mr. and Mrs. Philip Baum (Lorraine Chud- stitute will take place at 7:30
Richard Rycus (Faye Bean), of ler), of 28551 Sutherland, p.m., Sunday, in the social hall
18010 Northlawn, a daughter, Southfield, a son, Eric Jay.
of Cong. Ahavas Achim.
According to Harry Kobe 1,
May 3— To Mr. and Mrs Institute chairman, the program
May 10 — To Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Zonder (Arlene Beth is designed to acquaint seniors
Hershel Sandberg (Lois Gert- Ross), of 19954 Woodbine, a with information about Jewish
rude Brown), of 20311 West- son, Alan Craig.
communal organizations a n d
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moreland, a son, Daniel Mich-
resources that can be helpful to
April 30—To Mr. and Mrs. them both now and in planning
Burt Gold (Beryl Lawson), of for the future.
May 8 — To Mr. and Mrs. Fairfax Ave., Southfield, a son,
Among the areas to be dis-
Lawrence Rosen (Geraldine Jeffrey Irwin.
will be national and local
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Krupp), former Detroiters now
scholarships, vocational and pro-
April 30 — To Mr. and Mrs. fessional opportunities, Jewish
Leonard Herman (Philly Kess- activities on the college campus,
ler), of Greenview Rd., a son, facilities available for those
entering military service and
-gestions as to steps to be
April 29 — To Mr. and Mrs. taken
should discrimination be
LY Sincs 1941 -\ Henry Segal (Bernice Rich), of
i n employment,
14571 Leslie, Oak Park, a son,
Hospitils & Homes
housing, specialized schools and
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There will be a general dis-
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
by the participants, and
Daniel Braude (Leonore Leff),
of 23060 Avon, Oak Park, a a social hour will conclude the
son, Gerald Michael.
April 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. SAM Mothers' Group
Recommended by Physicians
S. Jerome Bronson (Claire Establish Scholarship
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
The Mothers Alumni Group
UN 3-6242 Zieve), of 24540 Seneca, Oak
Park, a son, Daniel Raphael.
of Sigma Iota Chapter of Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity at the 'Uni-
April 16—To Mr. and Mrs. versity of Michigan have estab-
Certified Surgical Mohel
Bernard Shapiro (Marcia Tay- lished a scholarship fund for
Rabbi Israel GOODMAN
lor), of Votrobeck Dr., a son, members of the Fraternity at
Serving in Hospitals and
U. of M.
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18 Years' Experience
The scholarship is known as
March 11 — To Mr. and Mrs. the Donald Tann Scholarship
Philip Bakst (Jean Mirsky, of Award and is named after Don-
Windsor, Ont.,), of 24050 Ithaca, ald Tann, late son of Mr. and
Oak Park, a daughter, Marci Mrs. David Tann. He was a
graduate of the university and
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died in an automobile accident
To Dr. and Mrs. Edward in March.
Zwig, former Detroiters now
The fund, in addition to its
of Coral Gables, Fla., a daugh- initial grant from the Tanns,
will be supported by dues from
ter, Minnie Ellen.
Serving at Homes —
the newly-formed Mothers Al-
and in Hospitals I 0 7-0979
To Mr. and Mrs. Seymour umni group. Mrs. Daniel Siegel,
Sonkin (3hirley Tenenberg), of a former president for seven
28521 Glasgow, Southfield years of the student Mothers
Township, a son, Wayne Eric. Group, is president of the alum-
ni Mothers Group. The group
To Mr. and Mrs. James Prenz- meets once year for reunions
Recommended by Physicians
lauer (Rhoda Bigelman), of and to aid the student group.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Gardner Ave., Oak Park, a Mrs. Siegel will be succeeded
by Mrs. Ellis Thall in the fall.
daughte4, Cindy ,Lynne.„
are attending the triennial Bnai
Brith convention in Israel are
Mrs. Solovich and Mrs. Leonard
Sims, a member of the national
executive committee of the or-
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