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May 20, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-20

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Installation Date Election Meeting

anc

Maxmen
Get Dental Awards

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Carol Charfoos Sets
Aug. 27 Wedding

Women
Lin
r
e a n
i4M"
Training School Youth

Two Jewish dentists practic-
New officers of S h e r u t h
Mrs. Sol Grossman, newly-
ing in Detroit are among those
League
will
be
elected
at
a
v-+ elected president of the Ladies
who were hon-
• Auxiliary of the Maimonides luncheon meeting planned for
ored Thursday
Medical S o c i e t y, will be in- 12:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the
by the Detroit
stalled in office at a luncheon S h o 1 e m Aleichem Institute,
District Dental.
19350 Greenfield.
planned for
Society at its
A
report
on
camp
scholar-
cis 12 :.1 5 p. m.,
annual meet-
ships will be, given by Mes-
Tuesday, in
ing
at Hotel
dames Louis Saferstein and
4:1 4 t h e Women's
Statler Hilton.
Harry
Levitan,
camp
co-chair-
City Club.
Dr. George
men, and clothing boxes sent to
Other n e
V. Leib and
each
camper
will
be
display^d
officers to be
Dr. Harold A.
by Mrs. Harold Gross, clothing
W inducted a r e
Maxmen re-
chairman.
Z Mesdames
Dr. Leib
ceived the high
Movies, slides and photos of Award of Merit.
Paul Fraiberg
the
activities
at
Fresh
Air
Camp
a n d Howard
Dr. Leib's citation reads:
and Camp Tamarack will be
"Dr. Leib, a graduate of Marquette
Appelma n,
C. ▪ T.4 vice - pre s- Mrs. Grossman shown, according to Mrs. Milton University College of Dentistry, has
contributed greatly to the success of
idents; Alex Friedlaender, Mellin, program vice-president. the Society's Annual Dental Reviews
through his service as Chairman of
Installation
of
officers
will

Henry S. Schlesinger, Alfred
the Exhibits. Due to his untiring ef-
ig Klein and Leonard Haking, be conducted at a special forts the number of exhibits has
increased yearly, as well as the va-
luncheon
which
also
will
honor
W secretaries; David M o r to n,
riety of materials presented, result-
MISS CAROL CHARFOOS
A treasurer; David Schane, treas- new members. The event will ing in an increased awareness of,
and interest in, this feature of the
w urer-elect; S. Fried, B. Parker, take place June 14, at the Town Annual
Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert S.
Dental Reviews by the mem-
Charfoos, of 3431 W. Outer Dr.,
E-1 S. Sakwa, E. Skully and L. and Country Club. For reserva- bership in general."
Dr. Maxmen's citation reads:
announce the engagement of
Wasserman, standing committee tions, call Mrs. Meyer Leib,
"Dr. Maxmen, a graduate of the their daughter, Carol Marilyn,
UN 3-1908, or Mrs. Robert Sa-
chairmen.
University
of
Detroit
College
of
Den-
tistry has' been an untiring contrib- to Charles H. Tator, son of Mr.
Mrs. N. Sandle r, program llow, UN 4-8309.
utor to the success of the society's
chairman, will introduce Mrs.
Educational Commission Post Grad- and Mrs. Irving Tator, of Wil-
uate Courses through his frequent lowdale, Toronto, Ont.
M. Rosenbaum, who will pre- Montefiore Re-Elects
presentations of a course on Endo-
The bride-to-be is a junior at
sent a dramatic reading of "A
dontia. Even though Dr. Maxmen
Hyman as President
spends much time presenting essays the University of Michigan. Her
Raisin in the Sun."
in all parts of the United States, he fiance is a senior in the medical
At the group's recent victory
Marvin B. Hyman was re- finds
time to maintain his interest
luncheon celebrating the suc- cently re-elected as president and enthusiasm in Detroit District school at the University of
Society affairs. His interests Toronto, and is affiliated with
cess of the donor luncheon, of Montefiore Lodge, Free Sons Dental
and contributions have included the
Annual
Children's Dental Health Phi Delta Epsilon fraternity.
Mrs. Alex Friedlaender, out-
of Israel, at
Day Program and the Council on
The wedding will be solemn-
going president, presented
its recent an- Public Health and Education activ-
ized Aug. 27, in Detroit, after
awards to the following honor
nual meeting. ities!'
The awards will be presented which the couple will take up
roll fund-raisers:
Serving with
Mesdames Sam Alpiner, H. Appel-
him during by Dr. Carroll W. Kennedy, new- residence in Toronto.
man, M. Arnkoff, Leroy Atler, A.
the coming ly elected president of the De-
Axelrod, S. Baskin, Sanford Ben-
nett, A. Berlin, Merle Berman, M.
I. Burdick Named GOP
year
will be troit District Dental Society.
Brent, Saul Brown, M. M. Burstein,
Jerry Baggle-
Jos. Carp, J. Dubin, I. Falk, S. Fink,
Convention Delegate
P. Fraiberg, S. Freid, A. Fried-
man and Mil- Beth Aaron Men Set
laender, S. Friedlaender, C. Gitlin,
Irwin Burdick, chairman of
ton
Gottes-
A. Goldberg, M. Golden, M. Z.
Installation Brunch
Greenberg, S. Grossman, B. R.
the 15th Republican District
man,
vice-pres-
Gutow, L. Haking, H. Kass, L.
Newly-elected officers and Committee, was named as one
idents; Mrs.
Kamin, L. Kazdan, C. Kessler, S.
board members of the Beth of the 46 Michigan delegates to
Klein, A. Lakin, M. Levy, E. Lip-
Hyman
Harry
Rice
kin, R. Lipton, M. Mintz, L. Oreck-
lin, Ben Parker, M. Pensler, E. and Mrs. Victor Ross, sec- Aaron Men's Club will be in- the Republican National Con-
Pious, H. Ross, S. Sakwa, N. Sand- retaries; and Samuel Engelbert, stalled at a brunch planned for vention.
ler, H. Schlesinger, J. Seltzer, L.
10 a.m., Sunday, in the synago-
Armal Brandenburg is the
Shiovitz, I. W. Silver, 0. Silverstein, treasurer.

.

E. Skully, M. Starkman, M. Steiner,
S t e r n, M. Teitelbaum, J. F.
Warner, L. Wasserman, I. Weisen-
thal, I. Weiner, S. Wilherlm, M.
Wittus.

Other officers are Fred Gross,
tyler; Samuel Shewitz, chaplain;
and Horace Haber, Everett
Behrendt and Edmund Savers-
Beth Abrahain Couples Plan ton, trustees.

Election Meeting Sunday

Members of the Beth Abra-
ham Couples Club will elect
new officers at a meeting
planned for 8:15 p.m., Sunday,
in the upstairs clubroom of the
synagogue.
Following the election, the
May 8—To . Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
film, "Leonard Bernstein Visits
Israel," will be shown. A social ard Edgar (Myrna Glicker), of
hour will conclude the evening. Ann Arbor, Mich., a daughter,
Prospective members are in- Julie Sara. * * *
vited.
May 7 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Steven S. Barron (Ethelyn
Keidan, of Detroit), of 6036
Oliver, Minneapolis, Minn., a
daughter, Patricia.

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- May 5—To Dr. and Mrs. B.
(Phyllis Pullberg),
of 18078 Hubbell, a son, Neill
Eugene.
* * *
April 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David G. Levine (Shirley Gor-
don), of 20831 Gardner, Oak
Park, a son, Bruce Irwin.
* * *
April 27—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Carp (Shirley Schane), a
daughter, Linda Faye.
* * *
April 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David M. Selik (Marion Good-
gall), of Beverly Avenue, Oak
Park, a daughter, Laurie Ann.
* * *
April 21—To Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Goodman (D orothy
Kleinstein), of 15838 Harden
Circle, Southfield, a daughter,
Elizabeth Faye.
* * *
April 20—To Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Rosens (Miriam Lach-
over), of 19747 Monte Vista, a
son, Randy David.

Eisenstein

*

* *

March 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Gordon (Marsha Ellen-
son), former Detroiters 'now of
Ann Arbor, Mich., a daughter,
Mindy Susan.
*
*
To Dr. and Mrs. Myron Spal-
ter (Geraldine Starler), of
20530 Annchester, a son, Mark

Joel.

gue social hall.
Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick,
spiritual leader of Beth Aaron,
will serve as installing officer,
and various members will par-
ticipate in the ceremonies, ac-
cording to Sidney Noveck,
chairman.
The new slate of officers is
headed by Meyer Millman, pres-
ident; Arthur Faber and Allan
osenberg, vice-president; Sam
Lankin, Emanuel Greenlick,
Sherman Porvin and Hyman Za-
lenko, secretaries; and Ben
Freeman, treasurer.
Board members are Joseph
Medwed, Sam Molitz, Aaron
Rosen, Mark Weitz, Abe Halem,
Sidney Noveck, Dr. Marvin'
Last, Joseph Sulkes, Phil Brad-
ley, Abe Meral, Albert Porvin,
Thomas Tannis, Philip Wun-
tner, Maynard Feldman, Ben
Drapkin, David Goldsmith, Per-
ry Levey and Morris Litvin.

other delegate from the 15th
District.
Burdiek's brother, Benjamin

D. Burdick, member of the
board of governors of Wayne
State University, was elected
an alternate at large.
Alfred A. Klunover was
named an alternate delegate
from the 15th District.

Under sponsorship of the
philanthropic committee of the
Music Study Club, Mrs. Ira G.
Kaufman presented a program
last weekend for 350 children
at the Wayne County Training
School.
Red Cross station wagons pro-
vided transportation to perfor-
mers who appeared in a pro-
gram of entertainment. They
included Patrolman Marc Gra-
ber, of the Detroit Police De-
partment's safety patrol divi-
sion who drew cartoons, and
costumed dancers from the
Sylvia Lee School of Dancing. •
Members of the Music Study
Club and its Junior Group who
served refreshments to the chil-
dren at the school were Mes-
dames Norman Allan, Ira G.
Kaufman, Joseph Koenig and
Sol Hammerstein and Nancy
Allan, Rita Koenig and Sylvia
Kaufman.

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Bea Baskin, Mary Koretz, Al
Levenson, Dave Lewis, Judy
Sillman, Sam Sniderman, Reva
Stetten and Alan Warnick were
elected to the Jewish Parents
Institute governing board.
Election of officers will take
place at the JPI election night
party, at 9:15 a.m., Saturday,
at the Davison branch, featur-
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a smorgasbord supper.

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Plans May 24 Lunch

The 18th annual luncheon of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Yeshivah Chachmey Lublin
will be held at 12 noon, Tues-
day, at Cong. Beth Yehudah,
17556 Wyoming.
Funds raised from the lunch-
eon will be used to supply
kitchen supplies for the new
Yeshivah building, which open-
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Southfield.
Officers and members of the
Auxiliary issued a call to all
traditionally observant women
to attend the program, which
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