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June 10, 1960 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-10

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Bnai Brith Activities

Localite Wins Writing
Award with 'Magic'

Mrs. Robert (Esther) Broner,
of 18981 Greenlawn, has won
the Wayne State University
Tompkins Award for short
story writing, tying for first
place in the graduate division
with Sam Buchala.
Her work, "A Magic Thing
That Fixes," marks her second
victory in the Tompkins com-
petition. Besides receiving a
number of other awards, Mrs.
Broner has had one of her
stories published in the anthol-
ogy, "New Campus Writing."
At present, she is working on a
play in poetry.
The mother of four children,
Mrs. Broner is studying for her
masters degree in creative writ-
ing. Her husband, Robert Bro-
ner, is a noted artist and art
colunmist. One of his works was
recently purchased by New
York Governor Nelson Rocke-
feller for his art collection.
Mrs. Broner is the daughter
of the Paul Massermans, of
Pinehurst Ave.

Mrs. Julius Scholnick, pres- vice-president of the Detroit
ident of LOUIS D. BRANDEIS Council, will be installing of-
CHAPTER, will hold a games ficer. Other awards will be pre-
party at 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, in sented to Louis and Sam Ham-
the Sholem Aleichem • Institute, burger for fund-raising by
19350 Greenfield, for prospec- Judge John M. Wise; to Larry
tive members and friends. The Labell for membership by Hy
group recently installed the fol- Crystal, executive secretary of
lowing officers, in addition to Bnai Brith; and Nathan Ruben-
Mrs. Scholnick: Mesdames Ben stein for Allied Jewish Cam-
Alderman, Henry Gotliffe and paign activities by George Sel-
Marrey Ager, vice - presidents; tzer, chairman of the AJC's
Hymen Balamut, treasurer; and Metropolitan Division. Hal Gor-
Irving Berkowitz, William Wei- don and his orchestra and en-
ner, Alec Cohen and Ann Eis- tertainment arranged by Lenn
ler, secretaries. Mrs. Henry On- Borovoy will complete the eve-
rich, past Council president, was ning.
* * *
installing officer, and Mesdames
will be installed
James • Kraft, Alec Cohen and
Ben Alderman were in charge as the new president of HEN-
of the installation program.
a dinner-dance to be held Sun-
day evening, at Club Alamo. Hy
SHIRLEY ROTHENBERG Crystal, executive secretary of
CHAPTER, Bnai Brith Young the Detroit Council, will install
Women, will hold its annual Cohn and other members of the
installation dinner-dance at 9 previously - announced adminis-
p.m., Saturday, at Hillcrest tration.
Country Club. Mrs. Annette
* * *
Robinson will install these new
A late buffet supper and din-
officers: Fran Skulsky, pres- ner-dance is planned by OAK- Temple Israel Couples
dent; Esther Forman an Cindy WOODS LODGE to install its
Linden, vice-presidents; Phyllis newly-elected officer s. The to Install Officers
Jack Pechenik will be in-
Shapiro, treasurer; Elaine Den- event, featuring the Bert Djer-
sen and Judy Herschfield, secre- kiss Orchestra, will be held at 8 stalled as president of the
taries; Sandra Lenhoff, mem- p.m., Wednesday, at Sammy's Young Marrieds Group of Tem-
ber-at-large; Judy Mondshine, Avalon Room. Officers to be ple Israel in ceremonies
reporter-historian; and Sharon inducted are John Demunter, planned for 9 p.m., June 18, in
Woronoff, sgt.-at-arms.
president; Jerome Bronson, the temple's youth room.
Stanley Millma n, retiring
* * *
Morris Solway and Fred Stock-
DONALD FOX LODGE will er, vice-presidents; Irving Lo- president, and other past pres-
install Maurice V. Victor as its patin, treasurer; Julius Rach- idents of the organization will
12th president in ceremonies miel, Bernard Gornbein and preside at the installation,
scheduled for 8:15 p.m., Satur- Harry Melamed; secretaries; which will be followed by a
day, at Jericho Temple, 18495 Eric Lowenthal, warden; San- social hour.
Other newly-elected officers
Wyoming. Other newly-elected ford Pliskow, guardian; Dr. Sid-
officers to be inducted are Max ney Z. Leib, chaplain; and Her- to be inducted are Sidney Gare-
Schulsinger, Jack Friedman man Gorman, assistant chaplain. lick and Mrs. Abel Selburn,
vice-presidents; Jay Lieberman,
and Alex Sherr, vice-presidents; Trustees include Jack Adelman,
treasurer; and Mrs. Marshall
Murray Tait, Charles Daien and Paul Collins, Ronald Ellis, Ar-
Madison and Mrs. Lawrence
David F a r b e r, secretaries; thur Gladstone, Harry Gross,
Wember, secretaries.
Harry Bressler, treasurer; Allan Sidney Kaluzny, Judge Burton
New board members include
Finnk, nhaplain; Charles Cook, R. Shifman, Max Wayburn, Fred
Messrs. and Mesdames Edwin
warden; and Irving Gold, guard- Winkelman, John E. Stamber, Bean, Leon Belin, 'Robert Job-
ian. Trustees are Julius Hirsch- David M. Shepherd, Jay Taylor, love, Seymour Raskin, Jerome
man, Eli Bookman, Rubin Opo- Martin Segall, Lawrence Ep- Robbins, Seymour Schwartz, No-
towsky, Ben Joffe, Berko Zda- stein, Isadore Epstein and ah Showe, Kal Sorkin, Gerald
nowicz, Morris Fox and Sam David Rabin.
Stein and Leonard Trunsky.
*r *
Braunstein. T h e installation
program will featur, dinner,
entertainment and music for will conduct its fifth am ual in- State Universities Set
dancing. Fr;ends are invited. stallation of officers event this Human Relations Talks
For reservations, call Rubin Wednes Lay evening, at the Elm-
Thirty four Michigan teach-
Opotowsky, WE 3-6327.
wood Casino, when these newly- ers, social workers and com-
* * *
elected officers will be inducted: munity leaders will attend Hu-
Aaron Lipin, of Pisgah Lodge, William Sorkin, prsident; Ted man Relations Workshops at
has been elected president of Segal, executive vice-president; Wayne State University, East-
the METROPOLITAN BNAI Eugene Gcrdon, William Offer- ern Michigan University, Uni-
BRITH BOWLING ASSOCIA- man and Stan Warren. vice- versity of Michigan and Uni-
TION for the coming year. presidents; Phil Taffel, Al Gold- versity of Detroit on scholar-
Lipin was installed in office at man and Hank Channen, secre- ships provided by the Edgar
ceremonies at Cong. Beth Jo- taries; Frank Greenald, treasur- DeWitt Jones Educational Fund
seph by Dr. Mike Engelman, of er; M)rris Sandler, warden; of the National Conference of
Harry B. Keidan Lodge, a past Israel Eizen, chaplain; and Mor- Christians and Jews.
president of the National Bnai ris Sears. guardian. Trustees
Similar to this wo:kshop, 46
Brith Bowling Association. Oth- are Sam Kastner, Leon Sears, other seminars and institutes
er local officers are Syd Cohn, Norman Feingold, Michael Hol- will be offered this summer by
Paul Kales and Martin Olshan- lander, Ben Mandell. Abe Kass, universities throughout t h e
sky, vice - presidents; Morrie Joseph Lattin. Lester Jeross, country, under the sponsorship
Somberg, secretary; and Dave Morris Borkir. and Nathan Nova- of the NCCJ.
Katzman, treasurer.
Alfred A. May Recognition
gra d.
* * *
Awards will be given to the
REX LODGE will honor new-
Detroit teams who have made
ly-elected officers at its 11th an- Historical Society
outstanding use of the tech-
nual installation dinner, to be
niques learned in their work-
held at 7:30 p.m., Monday, in
shop experience. May is presi-
The Jewish Historical Society dent of the Detroit Round
the Roostertail. Hyman Crystal,
executive secretary of the Met- of Michigan, at its annual meet- Table.
ropolitan Detroit Council, will ing, re-elected as president
be installing officer. Entertain- Allen A. Warsen, who has just
ment will feature Claude Thron- completed 15 years as director Indonesian Jews Drop
hill and his orchestra. For res- of the Adas Shalom Religious from 1,000 to 100 Souls
ervations, call Harry Carris, TY School.
Irving I. Katz, executive sec- The number of Jews in Indo-
retary of Temple Beth El, was nesia which before World War
Martin Weston will be in- re-elected vice-president; Arthur II was about 1,000, has dwin-
stalled as president of DE- Lang, treasurer; Dr. L. Moss, dled to about 100, The New
TROIT LODGE at the • group's recording secretary; Mrs. Saul York Times reported in a dis-
annual installation dance, to be Waldman, corresponding secre- patch from the Surabaya.
Most of the Jewish residents
held at 8 p.m., Thursday, at tary; and Frank B a r c u s,
who had come to Indonesia
Holiday Manor. Also to be in-• "sofer" (scribe).
Rabbi Emanuel Applebaum, from Iraq and Europe since
ducted are Larry Labell, Lou
Zuckermon and Dr. Max Rosen- Dr. Irving I. Edgar, Richard the turn of the century, emi-
feld, vice-presidents; Rolfe Leland, Allan Waller, Dr. Leon grated to Israel, the United
Weil, Gerald Harris and Sam Fram, Morris Garvett, Rabbi M. States and Australia after
Rosner, secretaries; and Lou Robert Syme, Saul Waldman, World War II, the report said.
Jewish religious services in
Trotsky, chaplain. New trustees A. J. Lachover and Leonard N.
include Al Chait, Lester Bern- Simons were elected to the Surabaya, the report declared,
are now led by a layman, Ja-
baum, Harry Golden, Sam Klein, board of trustees.
The Jewish Historical Society cab Silas Mussry, 81, who came
Meyer Feinstein, Robert Marks,
Dr. Robert Moss, Ray Portney, of Michigan publishes semi- to Indonesia from Iraq in 1905.
Henry Rice and Marvin Ruby. annually a magazine "Michigan The community's only rabbi,
A highlight of the evening will Jewish History" and will soon born in Iraq but stateless, im-
be the presentation of the publish a map of the Jewish migrated to Israel. Mussry said
Lodge's "Brother of the Year" historical institutions of De- the Jewish community enjoyed
complete freedom of worship.
award. Morris Direnfeld, first troit.




"Rabbi, since I prefer English, please use no
Hebrew in the ceremony; since I'm not religious,
no theology; and since I'm in a hurry . . . ploase
omit the Sermon."




Jay Masserman Wins Two Ramah Scholarships

Two schouarships to the new
Camp Ramah, in Canada, have
been awarded to Jay Masser-
man, 13, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Masserman, of 17164
The scholarships to the He-
brew speaking camp, sponsored
by the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary, are being presented by
Beth Aaron Synagogue, where
he has been active in the youth
congregation, and by the United
Hebrew high school, where he
is entering his third year.
Jay, who is entering Mum-
ford in the fall as a freshman

in the accelerated course, has
been a star Little Leaguer in
baseball and football and cap-
tained a basketball team at the
Jewish Center.



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