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June 09, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-09

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Bnai Brith Activities

REX LODGE will hold its
12th annual installation of offi-
cers at a dinner dance •7 p.m.,
June 19 in the main ballroom
of the Rosemond Hills Inn.
Friends are welcome. Reserva-
. tions can be
made by call-
ing Bernard
Skully, LI
Offi-
8 - 9475.
cers to be in-
stalled are
Marvin Mazur,
president;
Harry Carris,
Milton Gold-
in a n, Donald
Stern, vice
Mazur
presidents; Ronald N a f t al y,
treasurer; Sandy Eisenberg, Ed
Levenberg, secretaries; Maurice
Wilson, chaplain; -Bernard Dach,
warden; Maurice Smith, guar-
dian; and Robert Burke, Ber-
nard Skully, Martin Band, Stan-
ley Rubin, Herbert Lefkofsky,
trustees. The installing officer
will be Martin Band, past presi-
dent.

* * *

OAK-WOODS LODGE will

new officers at a dinner-
dance Saturday night at Sam-
my's Avalon Room. Maurice
Zeiger, Council vice president;
will be installing officer. For
information and tickets, call
Ronald Ellis, secretary, EL
7-1130.
* * *
EAST SIDE CHAPTER pre-
sented a citation and Menorah
Bar to Mrs. Joseph Fogelson,
outgoing president, at its recent
installation. Those to take office
include' Mesdames Sol Robins,
president; Irving Beck, Jane
Rosenfeld, vice presidents; Jos-
eph Radkin, Harry A. Salwin,
Sol Maneli, secretaries; Sher-
man Ffsher, treasurer; Ike Wink-
ler, guide; Harry Deutsch, sen-
tinel; Joseph Fogelson, counsel-
lor; Samuel Leavitt, Philip
Golden, Bernard Shiller, Isear
Sandelman and Sam Pack, board
members; Barney Aaron, Albert
Cooper, Harry Gutentak, Harry
Coleman, Joseph Reifman and
Sam Elkowitz, trustees; and
Robert A. Coggan, honorary

president.
* * *
MARY COUSENS B. B. Y. W.
and YUSTER-ROSENBERG
LODGE will hold a semi-formal
dance 9 p.m. 'June 24 at Adai
Shalom Synagogue. Refreshments '
and prizes will be featured. Tick-
ets can be purchased from mem-
bers of either group.
* * *
CENTENNIAL LODGE will
install new officers at a dinner-
dance June 17 at the Elmwood
Casino in Windsor. They in-
clude Arthur Schott, president;
David Bittker, Sheldon Nach-
. man and Gilbert Greenbaum,
vice presidents; Irwin Alpern,
Sanford Roth and Yale Gealer,

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_
May Whyte Huber, the first
woman in Michigan to declare
herself as a candidate for Con-
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has filed petitions bearing 1,250
signatures, to place her name on
the July 25 primary ballot.
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treasurer; Douglas Schub
chaplain; Allen Krass, ward
Arthur Weinfeld, guardian;
brey Gealer, Eliot Charlip,
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Halpern, Avram B. Charlip and
Robert A. Steinberg, trustees.
Guests are invited. For reserva-
tions, • call Bittker, 474-7327, or
Greenbaum, 537-5145. •
* *• *
TIKVAH LODGE will celebrate
its 14th annual installation of of-
ficers Tuesday evening with a
dinner and dance at Holiday
Manor. Newly elected president
Lloyd Weingarden will take over
the gavel from retiring preside
Bernard Whiteman. Other of
cers are vice presidents Sam M
amud, Dave Gross and Dr. Jose
Seltzer; secretaries Albert P
lips, Dave Kahn and Abe Ra
port; treasurer William Utle
guardian, Albert Shapiro; war-
den, Louis Kramer; trustees, Len
Mason, Al Smith, Lou Gelman,
Manny Jacobs and Hy Storchan.
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