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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 22, 1961 —



Maxine .Tann Wed City-Wide Hadassah Membership Tri-City District
A new slate of of e
to Mark Weisberg
to Turn Out for Campaign Meeting the Tri-City Area ist

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
will hold a meeting for its entire
membership 12:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at
Temple Israel.
A program, under the direc-
tion of Vice President Mrs. Har-
old Hoffman, will focus on the
vast network of Hadassah's
projects in Israel over the past
half century.
"Fifty Miracle Minutes," a
new documentary film on "Op-
eration Moving Day," the trans-
fer of medical, clinical and re-
search services and patients to
the new Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center near Je-
rusalem last June, will be shown.
Refreshments will be served
at the meeting, an event de-
MRS. MARK WEISBERG
signed to spark the current
Maxine Sue Tann and Mark Honor Roll Campaign. This fund-
Weisberg spoke their marriage raising drive, headed by Mrs.
vows Dec. 22 at Temple Beth
El. Dr. Richard Hertz officiated.
A reception followed at the Community_ Council
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Holds Institute to
Parents of the bridal couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tann Orient New Leaders
and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Weis-
Arrangements have been com-
berg.
pleted for the Jewish Commu-
The bride wore an antique_ nity Council's Institute for New
ivory brocade floor-length gown Presidents and Delegates at 10:30
with a chapel train. Her veil p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, at Work-
was of imported illusion held to men's Circle Center, 18340 W.
a circlet of matching brocade. A Seven Mile, it was announced by
cascade of ivory roses and step- Dr. Alvin B. Lezell, Institute
hanotis covered her prayer chairman.
book. •
Council leaders who will ad-
Maid of honor was Nancy dress the Institute include Walter
Tann, sister of the bride.
Berlow, chairman of the Coun-
Best man was Phillip Pines of cil's arbitration and conciliation
Chicago, brother-in-law- of the committee, " Irving Pokempner,
bridegroom.
chairman of its culture commis-
The couple departed for a sion, and Dr. Mel J. Ravitz, mem-
Jamaica honeymoon.
ber-elect of the Detroit Common
Council.
The Institute is sponsored an-
nually to provide an orientation
for new presidents and delegates,
helping them learn of the pro-
gram resources available to all
affiliated organizations and for
DONALD FOX CHAPTER the consideration of mutual prob-
will hold a "Feather Party- lems.
Members of the Workmen's
Games Night" 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day - at Temple Beth Yehudah, Circle Woinen's Division will
_ 17556 Wyoming. Refreshments serve as hostesses at a continen-
and prizes will • be featured. tal breakfast preceding the pro-
Husbands and guests are gram.
invited.
• • •
REUBIN SHERMAN BNAI
BRITH YOUNG WOMEN recent-
ly inducted 21 new members into
the chapter and awarded Phyliss
Kleinman the honor of "Best
Pledge" and Diane Liss "Best
Member," announced President
and Mrs. Jay
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Alfred Deutsch, will provide
funds for the organization's
projects and help meet the needs
especially for its Youth Aliyah,
Medical Center and other pro-
grams in the face of sa $2,240,-
000 deficit.
The Honor Roll Campaign
will culminate with the "Golden
Jubilee Ball" on Jan. 24 at the
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. T
fair will be "compli
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Daniel R. Snyder were
marriage Dec. 16 at
Israel. Rabbis M. Robert , yme
and Jacob Segal and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel officiated at
the double - ring,
ceremony.
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