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June 03, 1960 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-03

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Bnai Brith Activities

BENJAMIN WILLIAM
MEHLMAN of the Society for
the Advancement of Judaism in
New York has been elected
president of the Reconstruction-
ist Fellowship of Congregations,
it was announced by Dr. Ira
Eisenstein, president of the
Jewish Reconstructionist Foun-
dation.

A dinner-dance is being plan- 11th annual installation of of-
Milton (Milo) Rappaport, ned by IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE
newly-elected as the president for June 22, at Cong. Ahavas ficers dinner-dance at 7:30 p.m.,
of the Metropolitan Detroit Achim, when the following June 13, at the Roostertail.
Bnai Brith Council, will be in- newly-elected officers will be Hyman Crystal, executive secre-
stalled at the Council's 21st installed: Harold C. Meyer, tary of the Metropolitan Detroit
annual dinner and dance this president; Howard Berkowitz, Bnai Brith Council, will induct
the following officers: Maurice
Wednesday, at Holiday Manor. George Tarnoff, Kenneth Zuppke
Wilson, president; Harry Carris,
Louis Weber, Council past and Phil Richman, vice-presi-
Morton Tatken and Marvin Ma-
president, will represent Dis- dents; Marvin Kaufman, Sol
zur, vice-presidents; Lionel Sil-
trict Grand Lodge No. 6 as in- Begel and Harvey Greene, sec-
varman, Edward Levenberg and
stalling officer.
retaries; Max Covensky, treas- Milton Goldman, secretaries.
60 Modern Hospital Beds
A highlight of the program urer; Louis Segal, chaplain; Claude Thornhill and his or-
Excellent food and nursing care.
will be the presentation of the Rudolph Gemza, Henry . Gordon, chestra will headline the enter-
Doctor in attendance. Labora-
Council's "Cit-
Arthur Lipman, Daniel Prager, tainment. For reservations, call
tory facilities. Completely fire-
izen of the
Norman Schwartz and George Carris, at TY. 6-2300.
Year" Award
Weisman, trustees; Vern Leib-
protected building.
* * *
erman, warden; Melvin Marsch,
to Detroit's
Nominal Rates
guardian; and Phil Forman,
Mayor Mir i-
Daniel Levy, recently elected
3119 East Jefferson
monitor. For tickets to the din- as president of PISGAH
ani.
ner-dance, call Howard Berko- LODGE, will head the list of
Serving with
LO 7-6700
witz, chairman, UN. 4-6074.
Rappaport
new officers to
*
*
*
as Council of-
be installed at
ficers for the
"Gold members" of GEORGE
a special pro-
coming year
GERSHWIN CHAPTER—those
g r am planned
will be Morris
members whose dues are paid
for 8:45 p.m.,
before Wednesday—are invited
Dir enf e ld, Rappaport
Monday, in the
16221 W. 8 MILE, 4 Blks. W. of Jas. Couzens
Jack Leeds, Maurice Zeiger to a dinner and evening of en-
Ha yim Green-
and Sol Moss, vice-presidents; tertainment at 8 p.m. that day,
berg Center,
• Conference Rooms Seating 20 to 100 Persons
Julius Kahn and Morris Blech- in the Hayim Greenberg Cen-
19161 Schaefer.

Bridal Suites
ter,
19161
Schaefer.
Recently
Alfred
H.
Boun-
man, secretaries; and Harr y
installed by Mrs. Leonard Sims,
• Free Continental Breakfast in Our Coffee Shop
in, a past presi-
Pearson, treasurer.
dent of the Met-
Samuel G. Bank serves as national ADL chairman, were
DIRECT HOURLY LIMOUSINE SERVICE
ropolitan D e -
chairman of the board of the following new officers: Mes-
tr o i t Council,
trustees, and trustees include dames Irving Tackel, president;
TO and FROM ALL AIRPORTS
will be install-
Charles Abram, Julius Berko- Sol Begel, Harold Schmalberg,

Finest
Accommodations for Your Bar Mitzvah
ing officer, and
witz, Avram Charlip, Rudolph Herbert Bean and Sid Cricow,
and Wedding Guests
Levy a program, ar-
Meyersohn, Harry Nathan, Yale vice-presidents; Fred Swartz,
Phillips, Nathan Rubenstein, treasurer; H a r old Fortgang, ranged by Milton M. Weinstein,
Robert Rudman and Sol Super- Dean Pepper, Harold Bogrow also a past Council president,
fon. Harry N. Katz and Louis and Irving Schuraytz, secre- will be presented. Dancing and
Weber, both past Council pres- taries; David Dashow, historian; refreshments will follow the
idents, were elected to the Dis- Louis Jacobs, guide; Gerald Zis- ceremonies, to which all Pis-
kind, sentinel; Ira Fisher, coun- gah members and their friends
trict 6 board.
The installation event will selor; and Phillip Edelheit, Hy- are invited.
60 DAYS OF
* * *
begin at 6 p.m. with cocktails. man Shebowich and Harry Mi-
chalson,
trustees.
"SPRING FEVER
Music will be provided by Stan
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
* *
Wizniak and his orchestra. Dr.
TER will hold a paid-up mem-
SELLING SPREE"
H E N R Y MORGENTHAU bership luncheon, splash party
Lawrence I. Yaffa is chairman,
and Sol Moss, co-chairman, of CHAPTER will hold a punch- and afternoon of games at 12:30
the installation. For reserva- bowl party at 12:30 p.m., Thurs- p.m., June 16, in the home of
tions, call the Council office, day, at the Oak Park Commun- Mollie Berg, 2960 Middlebelt,
ity Center, when recently-in- Pontiac. For information, call
DI. 1-0863.
DAN C. ROSE
stalled officers will be intro- Jeanette Cook, LI. 6-7498, or
Fleet Sales Mgr.
duced. They are Mesdames Her- Roslyn Kaufman, EL. 6-2355.
Socialites to Install
MAKING SPRING TIME DEALS TO BEAT THE BAND!
bert Gross, president; Melvin
* *
Miss Altman as Prexy
Robins, Al Weiss and Morris
CALL DAN ROSE TODAY AT TRinity 5 0500
Rose A. Altman, new presi- Lieberman, vice-presidents; Mil-
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAP-
dent of the Detroit Socialites, ton Braverman, treasurer; Har- TER will hold its annual mem-
will be installed along with 12
vey Weisberg, Jay Kay, Robert bership dinner for paid-up
other offices and board mem-
Reiss and Julian Stern, secre- members at 7 p.m., June 15, in
6250 WOODWARD AVE., JUST S. of MILWAUKEE
bers at the group's annual in-
the Hayim Greenberg Center,
stallation banquet, to be held taries; Ben Yancon, sentinel;
Maurice Linton, guide; George
at 9 p.m., Sunday, at Paul's.
Miss Altman, the group's first Terebelo, counselor; Stanley
executive secretary, also served Acker, Fred Rapoport, Albert
two terms as first vice-president Lupiloff, Sydney Schwartz and
before her election last month Miss Elsie Rodd, all past presi-
Master of ceremonies at the dents, trustees. Board members

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installation event will be Rob- are Mesdames Samuel Fried,
ert S. Fenkell, who is the win- Ben Linovitz, Raymond Gendle-
ner of the Croix de Guerre, man, Mitchell Kent, F. Liebers,
French military medal for hero- Raymond Abrams, Alex Adel-
berg, Robert Stoller, Harry
ism. The public is invited.
Stoller, Harry Krause, William
Dr. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ, Boone, Monte Serling, Sidney
vice president of the Israel Wolfson and Miss Beulah Smer-
B o n d Organization, visited ling.
* * *
Western Europe last week to
participate in the launching of
Mrs. Moe Tack, representing
the 1960 campaign for Israel District No. 6, installed newly-
Bonds overseas.
elected officers of ISRAEL
CHAPTER at a recent program.
Officers are Mesdames Manuel
Berman, president; Joseph
Dorfman, Irving Herman, Bert
Heller, vice-presidents; Iz Wein-
berg, treasurer; Ben Mandell,
Sara Applebaum, Sam Fischer
and Hyman Galison, secretaries;
Sam Roth, sentinel; Theodore
Ross, historian; David Green-
good, guide; Leonard Gurwin,
Arthur Siegel, Fred Weinstein,
trustees; and Max Applebaum,
counselor. Board members are
Mesdames Samuel Brenner, Eu-
gene Ertz, Saul Garfinkle, Jack
Goldberg, Robert Golden, Na-
omi Gonic, Leonard Greenberg,
Saul Greenfield, Doris Grober,
IF YOU'RE PLANNING A TRIP, CON S ULT BUD SCHUBINER'S
Murray Tate, Belle Hitow, Har-
old Katz, Marvin Kaufman, Jos-
eph Kramer, Louis Ryke, Jack
PHONE
4111111
Scharg, Leonard Schreiber, Lou-
is Segal, Aaron Slootsky, Max
Stryer and David Tapper. Mrs.
Li. 8-8300
Harry Rosenblum arranged the
4 Convenient Offices to Serve You
installation, at which the past
president's pin was presented to
Northland
Eastland
18657 Livernois
6517 Second
Mrs. Max Applebaum by Mrs.
Center
Center
In Concourse
Blvd.
Sidney Eidelman, president-
11/2 Blocks S. of 7 Mile
Parking Lot "C"
Parking Lot No. 1
elect of the Council.
Across
from
GM
Bldg.
Open Thurs., Fri. to 9
Open Thurs., Fri. to
* * *
UN 2-7555
EL 6-2345
TR 2-6000
DR 1-3700
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19161 Schaefer. Prospective
members are invited. For infor-
mation, call. Mrs. Max Tyner,
retention chairman, LI. 6-2595,
or Mrs. Harry Auster, president,
LI. 4-5324. At a recent installa-
tion program and Mother's Day
event, new officers installed
were Mesdames Harry Auster,
president; Anszel Gun, Max Ty-
ner and Chaim Weinberg, vice-
presidents; Nathan Berman,
treasurer; Albert Youra, Jack
Miller, Israel Kozuch, Henry
Upfall, secretaries; Harry Ribit-
wer, sentinel; Berko Lazarowic,
guide; Sol Lewis, historian; and
Norman Gitler, Irving Isaacs,
Louis Levinson and Henry Dorf-
man, trustees. Board members
are Mesdames Leon Feld, Wal-
ter Weiner, Joseph Klaiman,
Max Mine, Joseph Berman, Mor-
ris Zucker, David Krasman,
Marcus Last, Herman Klahr and
Frank Krause.

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