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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, May 17, 1963 -- 20

Pantzer-Nosanchuk
Engagement Told

MISS LAURIE PANTZER

Mrs. Frieda Pantzer of Oak
Park and George Pantzer of De-
troit announce the engagement
of their daughter, Laurie, to
Michael Nosanchuk, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Nosanchuk of
Pontiac.
The bride-elect is a junior in
the College of Education at Mich-
igan State University. Her fiance
is a junior in the College of
Pharmacy at Ferris Institute. An
August wedding is planned.

Noel Lawson Wins
3 Scholarships at
Wayne Med School

Noel Lawson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Lawson, 2340 Mar-
low, Oak Park, was the recent
recipient of three awards at the
Wayne\ State University Anilual
Alumni Association banquet.
He was presented the Dr. A.
Ashley Rousuck Award in Inter-
nal Medicine, a scholarship
award in surgery, and the senior
scholarship award for superior
scholastic achievement during
four years of medical training.
Lawson attended Wayne State
University and the Ohio State
University for his undergraduate
training. • He recently studied at
the. University of Birmingham
and the Queen Elizabeth Hos-
pital in Birmingham, England.
After a June graduation from
Wayne's College of Medicine, he
plans to intern at the Boston
City Hospital, Boston, Mass. He
is married to the former Judith
Dzodin and they are' the parents
of a two-year-old son, David Eric.

Morgenstern to Head
Ford High School PTO

Stanley Morgenstern has been
elected president of the Henry
Ford High School Parent-Teach-
er Club. Other officers are Gloria
Cracchila, vice-president; Mrs.
Edmund Barkham and Mrs.
James. Moore, secretaries; and
Lewis J. Foreman, treasurer.

activities yin Society

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Prady of Oak Park recently attended
the Bnai Brith installation dinner in Fort Wayne, Ind., at which
time their daughter, Mrs. Joe R. Gerson (Audrey Prady) was
installed as president of the Fort Wayne Chapter of Bnai Brith
Women. Mrs. Gerson is a former chairman of the Women's Di-
vision of the Israel Bond Drive in Fort Wayne.
Miriam Sara Bank, a graduate of the United Hebrew Schools
of Detroit, is a registered occupational therapist who will practice
in Israeli hospitals following a temporary stay at Kibbutz Beit
Hashita Ulpan.
Naval Lt. Samuel James Gordon, wife Marjorie, and baby
Toby are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Gordon of
Prairie Ave. They are on their way to Boston where they will
make their home for the next three years. Gordon, who was com-
munication officer on the submarine U.S.S. Bluebook, has been
selected by the Navy for a post-graduate course in naval architec-
ture and marine science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Included in the Detroit Garden Center Pilgrimages of 1963
tour, in the northwest area, are the gardens of Mrs. Leon Kay,
19221 Strathcona; Mr. and Mrs. William Roth, 17971 Hamilton;
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Berman, 18065 Hamilton; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Willens, 18241 Hamilton; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siegel, 7291
W. Outer. Dr. The northwest area garden tour will take place
May 25-26, according to Mrs. Louis L. Barnett, chairman. For
tickets and -information, contact the Detroit Garden Center, 133
E. Grand River (WO 1-8485).
Ten outstanding state leaders will be cited for voluntary
contributions to the enrichment of Michigan life during the past
decade, in connection with the tenth anniversary celebration of
Mithigan Week, May 19-25. Dr. Richard C. Hertz is one of the
awards judges.
A special Shavuot luncheon for National Sponsors of Israel
will be hosted by' Mrs. Norman Allan, 12:30 p.m., May 28, at the
Allan residence in Southfield. The guest of honor will be Elliott
Roosevelt, son of Franklin Delano and Eleanor Roosevelt. The
luncheon is under the auspices of the Israel Bond Women's Divi-
sion. Sponsors are women who purchase $1,000 or more in Israel
Bonds. Mesdames Joseph and Max Stollman are the Israel Bond
WomeR's Division co-chairmen and Mrs. David Pollack is the
Sponsor chairman.

The Program Committee of
the Meyers-7-Schaefer Commu-
nity Council will present a
progress report at the annual
meeting of the Council to be
held 8 p.m. Thursday at Pres-
entation Hall, 12709 Pembroke.
The membership will be asked
to elect two-year term board of
directors.
Sol I. Littman, Michigan re-
gional director of the Anti-
Defamation League, Bnai Brith,
will speak on "The Community
Council — Its Role and Chal-
lenge." All residents of the
area bounded by Meyers, Seven
Mile Road, Schaefer and Pem-
broke are eligible to vote, pro-
viding they are fully paid mem-
bers, and those who desire to
participate will become eligible
MISS MARCIA SIEGEL
by paying their annual dues at
Mr. and Mrs. George Siegel of the door.
Los Angeles, Calif., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Marcia, to Dr. Sol Weiss of Oult iihAt &tep io alLoatio
Los Angeles, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Weiss of Pine-
hurst Ave.
A 'September wedding in Los
Angeles is planned.

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Israel Students Organization Ends
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Lawrence Krohn, Jess Feller,
Mrs. Louis Eliman, Mrs. Sidney
Eidelman, Lester Bernbaum,
Mrs. Harry Bodzin, Morris Diren-
feld, Mrs. Leon Dreylinger, Mrs.
Phillip Fealk, Robert Kranitz,
Aaron Lippin, Mrs. Allan Nathan
and Milo Rappaport.
The permanent members of
the Council are the immediate
past chairman Sol Superfon, Mrs.
David Grosberg, Iry Flaschen,
Mrs. Gerald Gorman, Dr. Lawr-
ence Jaffe, Mrs. Morris Tack,
Mrs. Robert Coggan, Mrs. Leon-
ard Sims, Mrs. Charles Solovich,
Aaron Drook, Sidney Karbel,
Sam Leib and Harry Yudkoff.
The youth delegates are the,
president of the. Greater Detroit
AZA Council, Robert Clinton;
the president of the BBG Coun-
cil, Barbara Desow; the president
of the Detroit Young. Adult
Council, Mark Levetter; and the
president of the Great Lakes
Council, Mike Gellis.
The community representative
members are Rabbi Emmanual
Appelbaum, Judge Ira Kaufman,
Judge George Kent and Council-
man Mel Ravitz. Diane Shapiro,
acting regional director, is exec-
utive secretary of the Michigan
Region Commission.

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Installation of JNF
Women Next Tues.

Pictured here are members of the Israeli Students Organiza-
tion in Detroit who provided the leadership for the Hebrew Con-
versational Groups which met at the Jewish Center every Sat-
urday afternoon since last October. They are, from left, (seated)
Israel Hochberg, Giora Dabeltov, Judith Rosenfeld, Ruth Elazar,
(standing) Amir Rahav, Batia Rahav, Eran Geller, president;
Avraham Levy, Shula Golani, Naomi Gunsaulus, David Elazar.
Other members in the group are Tamar Avitsur, Jacob Golany,
Abraham Goldsclunidt, Beni Rokovski, Oded Rubinstein and
Amos and Tamar Traubb. The program will resume again in
October. ,

SCIENTIFIC SHOE FITTERS-

DOCTOR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED

CLARKE

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Next Tuesday at 12:30 at the
Beth Aaron Synagogue, the
Women's Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish National Fund will hold in-
stallation of officers and the re-
port meeting of the year. Pre-
ceded by -adessert luncheon, the
meeting will feature the annual
report by the outgoing president,
Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky, and
the treasurer's report of the
year's activity.
Mrs. Jack Rosenthal will in-
stall the new officers.
The cultural program, cele-
brating the 15th anniversary of
the State of Israel, will feature
Dan Ronen, who won praise as
a folk singer since the period of
the Haganah. He is here as .a
representative and leader for
youth from the education de-
partment of the Keren Kaye-
meth. Also on the same program
will be Ronen's wife, Zamira Ro-
nen, celebrated dancer in Israel ,

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Bnai Brith Youth Organization Fills
Leadership Offices, Delegate Posts

At the annual meeting of the
Michigan Region of the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization, Ber-
nard Panush was elected as
chairman of the regional board
of directors. Panush served as
• .
vice-chairman the previous year
is a board member of the Bnai
Brith Men's Council, serves as
Council chairman of the Adult
Jewish Education committee,
chairman of the Annual Insti-
tute of Judaism and is past
president of Tikvah Lodge.
Mrs. Henry Onrich, past presi-
dent of the Metropolitan Bnai
Brith Women's Council, a n d
Mrs. Sanford Rosenthal, board
member of the Women's Council,
were elected as vice-chairmen of
the BBYO regional board.
Delegates elected were Mrs.
Charles Galinsky, Mrs. David
Levine, Maurice Zeiger, Mrs.
Samuel Finegood, Samuel Fine-
good, Morris Blackman, Mrs.
Harold Robinson, Mrs. Theodore
Heideman, Robert Venitianer,
Mrs. Samuel Aaron, Harry Wein-
berger, Bernard Whitemen, Mrs.

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