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May 13, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-13

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Bnai Brith Activities

dames Isaac C. Benaim, presi-
dent; Louis Richman, Louis Kra-
mer and Eva Liner, vice-presi-
dents; David M. Pancer, treas-
urer; Sol Poskel, Joseph Krell,
Bernard Dosie, Arthur Rothen-
berg and Abe Kole, secretaries;.
Sidney Guyer, historian; Philip
Goren, guardian; Morris Gold-
stein, guide; and Ben Fisk, sen-
tinel. Board members are Mes-
dames ISadOre Olshansky, Mor-
ris. Gervercer; Fred. Brown, Jack
Fine, Mark Stearns, Charles
Linden, John Markowitz, Frank
Amber, Robert Alvin and Jacob
Ehrenpreis. • Entertainment is
planned for members, their hus-
bands and friends. For reserva-
tions, call UN. 3-9847 or UN.

CHAPTER will hold its annual
mother - daughter banquet and
- installation of officers ceremony
at • 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, at
Rainbow Terrace. A fashion
show will be featured. For tick-
ets, •call Mrs. Irwin Lorber, LI.
* * *
Mrs. David Grosberg, past
president of the Metropolitan
Detroit Women's Council, in-
stalled the following new OAK-
WOODS CHAPTER officers at
the group's recent eighth an-
nual mother-daughter banquet:
Mesdames John Demunter,
president; William Glieberman,
Milton Gold and Mark Singer-
man, vice-presidents; Leo Cor-
ben, Louis Wolf, Harris Lloyd,
Albert Weiss and Jerrold Fried-
man, secretaries; Stanley B•ar,
William Litt, Henry Onrich,
Martin Taylor, Julius Iskow and
Marvin Liberson, trustees. Mrs.
Al Urnovitz, outgoing president,
was named counselor.
* * 4:
Installation ceremonies of
CHAPTER will be held Wednes-
day evening, at Springel's Patio
Room. Mrs. Irving Kanfer, in-
stalling officer, will induct Mes-

Galvin Named to Staff of
Miss Altman Reveals Donald'
The appointment of Donald i with the City of Detroit Depart-
Galvin to the research staff of meat of Public Welfare and is
Nov. Wedding Date the
Jewish Vocational Service a member of the National Re-


Community .Workshop was an- I habilitation Association.
nounced by Robert. S. Amberg
Diplomacy is the art of keep-
and David M. Welling, presi-
dents of the. Jewish Vocational ing cool.
—William Jennings Bryan
Service and Community Work-
shop, respectively.
Galvin was graduated, cum
For the Finest in Music
laude, from Central - . Michigan
University in 1956' with a
bachelor's degree in psychology
and will:receive an MA, degree
and His Orchestra
from Michigan State Univer-
UN 4-4346
sity in Rehabilitation Counsel-
ing this June. - -
Albert. Cohen; executive di-
rector of the JVS and CW, said
Galvin had just finished a
and his
I3-week internship, sponsored
by the Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, at Northville
"Music As You Like It"
State Hospital. The research
TO 8-7228
project, made possible by a
grant of $81,000 from the U.S.
Office of Vocational Rehabili-
tation, will be devoted to . a
study of work adjustment and
rehabilitation of the psychiatric
We invite you to see our collec-
Galvin was - formerly em- tion of exclusive designs in-
ployed as a public aide worker scribed in Hebrew from 'SONG

Dave Diamond

Sheldon Rout


Mr. and Mrs. Leo Altman, of
CHAPTER will install new offi- Harlow Ave., announce the en-
cers at its annual mother and gagement of their daughter,
daughter banquet, to be held at Rosalind Faith, to Lawrence B.
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, in the Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mayfair Room, 19161 Schaefer. Charles -H. Rogers, of San Juan
Mrs. Leonard Sims, national ex- Dr.
ecutive board member of Bnai
Mr. Rogers is a graduate of
Brith Women, will be installing the University of Michigan's
OF SONGS' or to order.
officer, and Mrs. Philip Edel- school of business administra-
See Them Before You Decide!
heit, president of the Metropoli- tion, and will receive his law
tan Detroit Council, will extend
greetings. "Such Is Life Maga- degree frdin the university this
19940 Livernois
And His Orchestra
zine," a musical skit with a June. He is affiliated with Tau
Open Daily From
"Yiddish flavor," will be pre- Epsilon Rho fraternity.
1:30 P.M. to 2 A.M.
KE 5-2604
Plans are being made for a
sented by the dramatics group
under the direction of Mrs. Sey- Nov. 26 wedding.
mour Feldman. Mrs. Fred
Swartz is chairman for the Janice Levinson Is
* * *
from corsage to special occasion!
Mrs. Sol Hammerstein, re-
Third 'Best Secretary'
cently elected as president of
Originality • Fine Workmanship
Janice Levinson, a 19-year-old
the Adas Shalom Sisterhood, AL CHAPTER, at its recent secretary who works in the ap-
was installed in office at the election meeting, voted the fol- pellate division of the Bureau
annual luncheon of the organ- lowing women into office: Mrs. of Internal Revenue, was the
ization last
Bertha Kaplan, president; Ger third prize winner in a contest
trude Steingold,, Lily Rachlin to select Detroit's best secre-
18305 Wyoming DI 1-9700 MILTON E. SHORE
A special
and Sylvia -Schulman, vice- tary.
presidents; Mrs. Mina Cohen
"Kindlers o f
Spiro, counselor; Mrs. Ruth Vivian, 21, secretary to the chief
the Flame,"
Fogel, treasurer; . Lucille Karr, accountant at Wayne State. Uni,
which was a
Margaret Kabachnik, Mrs. • Ber- versity, were finalists in the
tribute to the
tha Greenberg and Mrs. Bertha contest, which was featured as
Knitzeri -Secretaries; Sarah iDis- part of the. Detroit Business
Jewish moth-
kin, sentinel: Ida Brooks, guide; Show just concluded at the
ers inspire- in
Estyr Eiishell, historian; Mina Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
their children,
Spiro, Etta Davis, Betty Rock-
The sisters, daughters of Mr.
highlight e dMrs.Hammerstein away a n cl Pearl Nusbaum,
the installation. The program trustees; and Mildred Lepler, and Mrs. Leo Levinson, of 18644
honored outgoing as well . as in- Sylvia Helfer, - Dorothy Gutten- Santa Rosa, served_ as hostesses
Black & White — "Living" Natural Color
at the show, and received
coming Sisterhood - •officers.
berg and Jean Mann, - board watches for being finalists.
UN 4-8484
8632 McNichols Rd., West
• Inducted with Mrs. Hammer- members. Installation ceremo-
In addition, Janice received a
stein by Mrs. Jacob E. Segal, in- nies are planned May 22, at check for placing among the
stalling officer, were the follow- Menjo's. Single, Jewish men are winners, a course with John
invited to join in dancing after Robert Powers and appeared
ing women:
Mesdames George Bassin, Na- the ceremony.
Tuesday on a program over ,
* * *
than Glenner and J. Stewart
Linden, vice-presidents; Daniel
Knopper, Morris Rowin, Julius Will mark its 100th anniversary
Allen, Philip Mirvis and Irving at •a family affair banquet and Beth El Young Marrieds
Pfeiffer, secretaries; and Her- installation event planned for Elect Marshall Loewenstein
man Avrin, treasurer.
6:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the •Sho-
Marshall F. Loewenstein was
Board members are Mesdames Al- lem Aleichem Institute. Music last week elected president of
bert Adelman, Dan Aidem, Gerson
Berris, Max Biber, Morris Bloom- by the Twilighters and enter- the Young Married Group of
berg, Ben Bonin, Philip Cameron, tainment is planned. Members Temple Beth El. Others serv-
Norman Cottler, Albert Egrin, Bar-
ney Golden, Sol C. Grossman, Alfred and their families are invited to ing with him are Miles E.
•Helfgott, Charles Heiman, Joseph make reservations .with - Esther Brasch and Merton J. Segal,
Koenig, Manny Lax, Louis Levitan,
Ben Morganroth, Abe Morrison, Abe Singer, LI. 1-0146; or Ethel Fox, vice-presidents; Raymon Hol-
Pearlman, Harry Portner, Robert DI. 14996. Officers to be induct- lander, treasurer; and Mrs.
Ruch, Dan Shapiro, Martin Share,
Noam Shudofsky, Sam Simmer, Sol ed include Mesdames LouiS Arthur Bolin, secretary.
* Don 'Frohman, Director
Slomovitz, Aaron Soverinsky, Theo- Volk, president; Albert Stone,
Elected to membership on
dore Thomas, Julius Wainer, Milton
— Assisting Artists —
Weiss and William Zimmerman,
the board of directors are
ritz, vice-presidents; Frank Oli- Messrs. and Mesdames Seymour
* Rebecca Frohman — * Marion Hahn, Duo Pianists
nick, treasurer; Morris Fox, R. Cohen, Howard Freeman,
SUNDAY EVENING, May 15th-8:30 P.M.
I Elmer MarcuS, Bernard Katz Gordon S. Gard, Arnold A.
and Simon Adler, secretaries; Schaeffer, Stuart F. Velick,
Mumford High School; 17525 Wyoming at Thatcher
Nathan Marcus, sentinel; David
Weidenthal, Robert
I Joseff, guide; Ruben Opotowsky, Daniel
Admission $1.00—For reservations call: LI. 3-3253, LI. 5-5680
Weiser and Benjamin B. Zeit-
counselor; and Jack Friedman, man.
Arthur Frayne and Jack Horn-
field, trustees. Board members
are Mesdames Nathan Baum-
haft, Benjamin Bragman, Mor-
If you have a kindergartner
ris Golden, Allen Weinstein,
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PISGAH LODGE will hold a.
panel discussion on "Bigotry
Incorporated and the Pointe
System" at 8:30 p.m., Monday,
in the Hayim Greenberg Center,
19161 Schaefer. Panelists will
be Sol. I. Littman, Michigan re-
gional director of the Anti-
Defamation League, and Judge
Burton Shifman, of Oak Park
Municipal Court. Alfred H. Bou-
nin will be moderator. A ques-
tion and answer session will
follow the discussion. Members,
their families and friends are


will find what you need at the


Openings are available in
Kindergarten only
Afternoon session: 12:30 3:30 p.m.
Register at Labor Zionist Institute — 18160 Schaefer Highway .
DIamond 1-8260


. Please note: Beginning in September, 1960, the Hine' Day School will be located at
the Esther Berman Building of the United Hebrew Schools, 18977
Schaefer Highway.


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