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May 17, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-17

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Rosen-Gussin

Troth ,4nnounced

Social Singles Plan
Dance-Wiener Roast

Beverly Ka t;117111
Early Deadline Due to Both Wed Sam Mellin

Adults from 21-35 years of age
are invited to meet 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish Center for
an evening of dancing, singing,
and eating hot dogs and toasted -
marshmallows at one of the
nearby parks.
Those planning to attend are
asked to bring blankets and port-
able radios, if possible. In case
of rain, the group will still meet
at the Center and alternate plans
will be made.

Shavuot and Memorial Day
For Our Issue of May 31

On account of Shavuot, which occurs this year on
Wednesday and Thursday, May 29 and 30, there will
be an earlier deadline for our issue of May 31.
Also—because of Memorial Day, which corresponds
this year with the second day of Shavuot, the May 31
issue of The Jewish News will be mailed a day earlier
than usual, thus necessitating the earlier deadline..
All copy for the May 31 issue must reach us before
2 p.m. on Friday, May 24.
Deadline for Classified Ads for the May 31 issue
will be at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28.

MISS DIANE ROSEN

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Rosen
of Wisconsin Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Diane Rochelle, to Norman
Gussin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Gussin of Gardner Ave.,
Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University. Her
fiance attends the Detroit In-
stitute of Technology, where he
is a senior in the School of
Business Administration.

Chicago U. Appoints
Davidson as Young
Accounting Professor

Sidney Davidson, accounting
theoretician, was honored recent-
ly as the first recipient . of the
Arthur Young Professorship in
Accounting in the Graduate
School of Business of The Uni-
versity of Chicago.
Davidson has been a member
of the faculty of the Graduate
School of Business of the Uni-
versity since 1958. He also is
director of the newly-established
Institute of Professional Ac-
counting of the Graduate School
of Business.
He is married to the former
Freda Sendler, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Israel Sendler of Flint.
They have two children.

Mrs. Wember to Speak
to Branch 7, LZOA

Branch Seven, LZOA, will meet
Sunday evening at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Milinsky,
18115 Parkside. Guest of the eve-
ning will be Mrs. Lawrence
Wember, librarian of Temple Is-
rael, who will discuss current
Jewish books. Refreshments will
be served and a social hour will
follow. For information, call
537-7497.

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Lectures, Entertainment, Bookstore
Featured at Bnai Brith 'Institute'

An Institute of Judaism spon-
sored by the Metropolitan Detroit
and the Michigan Bnai Brith
Men's and Women's Councils will
be held this weekend at Camp
Tamarack in Holly.
Bernard Panish and Rose Fox,
co-chairmen of the Institute, ad-
vise that Dr. Ira Eisenstein will
be the guest speaker and will
deliver three lectures on "What
a Modern Jew Can Believe."
Rabbi Harold White of the
Beth Israel Center of Ann Arbor
will conduct the traditional Sab-
bath services. Cantor Reuven
Frankel of Shaarey Zedek will







ctivities

BUSINESS AND PROFES
SIONAL CHAPTER will meet 9
p.m. Tuesday at Cor.g. Gemiluth
Chassodim. Friends are invited.
Games and refreshments will be
featured.
* *
ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
will hold a dance and awards
night 9 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Gemiluth Chassodirn. An orches-
tra and refreshments will be
highlighted, announces Norman
Gitler, chairman, and Sam Freed-
man, president.

SALLY ANN TUCKER]
CHAPTER, B.B.Y.W., has in- I
stalled Judith Jacobs, president;
Linda Miller, vice - president;
G e r r i e Levinson, treasurer;
Diana Fine and Lori Katcher,
secretaries.; Ellen Guss, his-
torian; and Marlene Kahn, ser-
geant-at-arms.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS LODGE
is sponsoring its 19th anniver-
sary and inaugural party 7 p.m.
Tuesday at the Town and Coun-
try Club, 30333 Southfield.
Cocktails and dinner will be
served. There will be an or-
chestra for dancing. Friends
are invited. Reservations can be
made by calling Samuel Du-
brinsky, UN 4-8163.
*
Burton H. Gutman was elect-
ed President of PISGAH LODGE
No. 34, Bnai Brith, at the 106th
annual election of officers. Gut-
man succeeds Leonard Edel-
man. Other officers elected were
as follows: Ben Goldhoff, Bar-
ney Levine, Harry Shumaker,
Vice presidents; Sam Seliko-
witz, treasurer; Jack Peterman,
recording secretary; Irving
Boigon corresponding secretary;
Rudolph Meyersohn, financial
secretary; Meyer Littky, assist-
ant chaplain; Sam Wider, war-
den; Oscar Beckerman, guar-
dian. Edelman automatically as-
sumes the office of chaplain.
The following were elected
trustees: Irving Berger, Mor-
ris Berk, Sherman Goldman,
Charles Goldstein, Isadore Gus-
sin, Joseph Gutterman, Frank
Hoffman, Edward Jaffee, Phil-
lip Kaplan, Nathan Rose, Arthur
I. Shapiro and Sol Steinberg.
The newly elected officers
will be installed June 17 at .a
banquet at the Labor Zionist
Institute. Phone the lodge of-
fice DI 1-3069, for reservations.

officiate as cantor both for the
late Friday night, Sabbath morn-
ing and Havdalah services. Lou
Barden will MC the entertain.
ment for late Saturday and Hy
Crystal will lead in the late Fri-
day night session. Penina Fran-
kel will demonstrate and lead in
Israeli dances. Mrs. Morris Tack,
Mrs. Phillip Fealand and Harry
Yudkoff will chair the three lec-
ture sessions.
The committee assisting Pan-
ush in arranging the Institute is
composed of Mesdames Isaac
Benaim, Harry Bodzin, Robert
Coggan, George Fleischer, Phil-
lip Fealk, Hyman Fox, Jack
Friedman, Morris F i s h k i n,
Charles Galinsky, Phillip Goren,
Yetta Herz, Alex Mann, oJseph
Radkin, Diane Shapiro, Sol Stein-
berg and Morris Tack. The Men's
Council is represented on the
committee by Rabbi Morris Ad-
ler, Louis Barden, Al Bounin,
Hyman Crystal, Morris Diren-
feld, Harry Dubin, Alfred Gut-
man, Robert Israel, Percy Kap-
lan, Harry Nathan, Harry Ober-
stein, Sol Supeefon, Jack Tan_
now, William Utley and Harry
Yudkoff.
A special feature of the, Insti-
tute will be a bookstore arranged
and run by Mrs. Phillip Fealk
and Mrs. Harry Bodzin. Elsie
Rudd is in charge of photogra-
phy, and Mrs. Isaac Benaim and
Harry Dubin in charge of regis-
tration.

Israeli Physician
to Speak May 20 to
Maimonides Women

Mrs. Alex Friedlaender, presi-
dent of the Maimonides Medical
Society Women's Auxiliary, and
Mrs. Charles Gitlin, the society's
fund-raising chairman, announce
that Dr. Isaac Katzenellenbogen
will address the society's execu-
tive board at its final meeting
of the season on May 20 at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard
Haking, 12943 LaSalle, Hunting-
ton Woods.
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Maimonides Medical Society has
been a staunch supporter of
Kupat Holim, Histadrut health
organization.
Dr. Katzenellenbogen receiv-
ed his medical training at the
University of Vienna and spe-
cialized in diseases of the skin
at the Vienna University Hos-
pital. In 1925 he emigrated to
Israel. He has been a member
of the national advisory council
of the Ministry of Health; con-
sultant to the Ministry of La-
bor; honorary secretary of the
advisory council, Israel Medical
Association; vice-president, Der-
matological Society of Israel;
member of expert advisory pan-
el on venereal infections and
treponematoses, World Health
Organization; honorary member,
Societe' Francaise de L'Allergie;
corresponding member, Societa
Italiana de Dermatologica et
Sifilografia, and of the Swedish
Dermatological Society. He is
the author of numerous medical
papers and articles.
The new officers of the Mai-
monides Auxiliary, headed by
Mrs. I. Levitt, as president, will
be installed May 28 at Town and
Country Club.

Earl Ruby - George Marcus

MISS BEVERLY KATZ
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Katz of
Ilene Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Beverly, to Sam Mellin, of Stoe-
pel Ave., son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Max Mellin. A Sept. 2
wedding is planned.

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