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May 12, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-12

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Harry Weinbergs
Return to Detroit

Harry and Jennie Weinberg,
who have been away from De-
troit for the last seven years,
have returned
here.
The past six
years they
have been liv-
ing in. Flint,
where they op-
erated a mo-
tel. On A'pril
1, they so 1 d
their business
and have set-
Weinberg
tled down in
Oak Park.
Harry Weinberg can be re-
garded- as one of the pioneers of
the organized Jewish commun-
ity of the city. He first settled
here in 1914, and since then has
been active in many Jewish
organizations.
For 25 years he was the own-
er and director of the Weinberg
Jewish Radio Hour. Through
these programs, he helped all
the organizations in this area
during their campaigns.
For many years he was vice-
president of the Federation of
Polish Jews, and also worked
with _ the Ukrainian Farband,
.Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith,
Russian-Polish Farband, Malawa
Farband, Odessa Society and
the Warsaw Club.
The Weinbergs were among
the organizers of the Sholem
Aleichem Institute.

Oak Park Stamp
Exhibit Honors
Israel Independence

_ The third annual stamp ex
hibition and bourse of the Oak
Park stamp Club will be held
from noon until 10 p.m. Satur
day at the Oak Park Community
Center.
The Dr. Edward A. Stein
Memorial Award will be given
to the best exhibit in the show
in both the junior. and senior
divisions, with the former show-
ing entries of youths who have
not reached their 16th birthday.
A special feature of the show
will, be a Penny Bourse, with
philatelic Inaterial donated by
the club members. All proceeds
from the sale of these items
will be given to a charitable
philatelic enterprise.
The show will honor the 13th
Anniversary of the Independ-
ence of Israel. A cachet com-
memorating this and the show
is available at the door or
through the mail from Stan
Baar, 21971 Church, Oak Park.
Committee members include
Dr. FeliX Rosenwach, chairman;
Jan Landsberg, Frank Stasy,
Nate Peiss, club president;' and
Sol P. Baltimore.
The • exhibition is free.

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Bnai Brith Activities

The annual Mother and Chil-
dren's Banquet and installation
of officers of REX CHAPTER
will be held 6:30 p.M. Monday at
Rainbow Terrace, 18451 Wyom-
ing. Installing officer will be
Mrs. Phillip Edelheit, past presi-
dent of the BB Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit. The following
women will be installed: Shirley
Boyd, president; Mesdames Sol
Hoberrnan, Hugh Rosin and
Andrew Cohen, vice presidents;
Alfred Gittleman, treasurer;
Seymour Sandweiss, Erne s t
Kappel and . Bernard Skully,
secretaries; Seymour Albert,
guide; • Harry Dines, sentinel;
and Gerald Penfil, historian.
Featured entertainment will be
a children's fashion show. Tick:
ets may be purchased by con-
tacting Miss Boyd, UN 4-6865.
Everyone may attend the 8:30
p.m. installation at no charge.
* * • *
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP-
TER will hold its annual Mothers'
and •Children's Dinner 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the Mayfair. In-
stallation of officers will follow,
and the _ Gershwin Players will
entertain with a theatrical pro-
duction. For reservations call
Mrs. H. Bogrow, LI 5-8147.
* * *
PHILIP HANDLER CHAPTER
and EAST SIDE LODGE will hold
a combined installation ceremony
for new officers and board mem-
bers 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Hayim Greenberg Center,
Schaefer at Seven Mile Rd. Mrs.
Charles D. Solovich, international
president of Bnai Brith Women,
will be installing officer for the
following: Mesdames Henry Edel-
man, president; Sidney Sachs,
Albert Finkelstein, Judith Har-
woods, vice-presidents; Sol Se-
gall, Herbert Miller, Charles Jas-
love, Alex Leder, secretaries;
Nate Faille, treasurer; Joseph
Abrin, sentinel; Rose Gold, guide;
Ben Schneider, historian; David
Goldstein, counselor; and Fred
Abrameson, Louis Stotsky, Jules
Rothenberg, William Kalb, Mur-
ray Greenwald, 'Betsy Harris,
Anna Siver, - Max Davis, Max Bell,
Julius Abrames, Murray Glicke,
Rose Adas, Rose Lesson, Ben
Harwoods, Larry ,Plotnick ,,and
Joseph Eisenberg, board mem
bers. The dramatic group wi
entertain. Refreshments will b
served. .Friends are invited.
* * *
,
Rabbi MANDEL M. ZAGER
CHAPTER will hold its installa-
tion dinner 6 p.m. Wednesday at
Springel's Patio Room. Installing
officer is -Mrs. Leonard Sims and
installation chairman, Mrs. Ber-
nard Dosie.- Mistress of cere-
monies will be Mrs. Louis Kra-
mer. Mrs. Jack Brickner will read
the invocation. To be installed are
Mesdames Louis Richman, presi-

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Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Yerman, Directo
LI 8-
WO 1-9824

Leo Feber was elected pre
dent of PISGAH LODGE at
104th annual election of
ficers. Others elected w
Leonard* Edelman, Burton
Gutman and J. Philip Leva
vice pres
dents; Max
Schrut, Alfred
H. Bounin
and Irving I.
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Radomer Aid and Ladies Soci-
ety will celebrate the 13th anni-
versary of ISrael 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Workmen's Circle,
18349 W. 7 Mile.
A $500 Israel Bond will be
bought in honor of a deserving
couple of the Radomer Aid and
Ladies Society. An Israeli speak-
er will be guest, and refresh-
ments will be served. All mem-
bers are asked to attend.

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8:30 p.m. Monday. Eric Rosenow's
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ment will include a -L
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es will be
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y of dance in-
awarded by a
structors. Me ers of the lodge, •
family and f nds a> e• •

TENNIAL LODGE will
ection of officers 8 p.m.
sday at the Oak Park Corn-
y Center, announced A. B.
lip, nominating commi
Ur
airman. Candidates ar
chott, president; D
ittker
ldon Nachma
nd Gilber
presiden .
nbaum, v
speaker
r the even' g
ver, directo of
e Harold
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follow the program.
(Continued on Page 23)

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