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May 24, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-24

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CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will hold its annual
mothers and daughters celebra-
tion in tribute to Mrs. Charles
Young as "Woman of the Year."
President Mrs. Abe • Eizelman
will present Mrs. Young a "Tree
of Life" charm in recognition of
her "outstanding services to the
City of Hope." Mrs. Young has
been chairman of dramatics, Tag
Day, Chai Banks and special
projects and is at present ad-
ministrative secretary and vice-
president-elect.
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HADASSAH SUNDAY GROUP
will install officers at a luncheon
1 p.m. Sunday at the Southfield
home of Alva Ron, announces
President Dorothy Pinsky.
Friends are invited.



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CHANA CZENESH, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Monday at the Labor Zionist
Building. Ann Erman, chairman
of education, announces that
the speaker will be Leonard F.
Rachmiel, 18288 Monica. His
subject will be, "Learning to
Learn." Hostesses will be Rose
Tuckel and Eva Frumin. Guests
are welcome.

THE JACK'S LOOK
LEADS THE FASHION
FOR YOUR
BAR MITZVAH
GRADUATION and
ALL HAPPY OCCASIONS!

Where Service Comes First

9 MILE-COOLIDGE
OPEN SUNDAY 10-3

ADAS S H A L OM SISTER-
UNITED ORDER OF TRUE
SISTERS will hold a luncheon HOOD will install officers noon
noon Tuesday at the Northland
Monday at t h e
Auditorium. Program will fea-
synagogue. Mrs.
ture Mrs. Eugene Hirsch, vocal-
Jacob Segal
ist, and Mrs. Ben Tolmich,
will of ficiate.
pianist. Installation will be con-
Officers are
ducted by Mrs. George Rosen-
Mesdames Lin-
berg. Mesdames to be installed
den, president;
are Stanley Baar, • president;
Ben Morgan-
Simon Traurig, monitress; Saul
roth, Sol
:Kaplan and Harold Jackson,
merstein, Harry
vice-presidents; Leonard Pinter,
Nachman, vice-
Benjamin Stein and Raymond
p r esidents;
Kahrnoff, secretaries; Alan Col-
Philip Camer-
man, treasurer; Harry Morse,
on, treasurer;.
mentor; Joseph Lupovich, war-
William Z i m-
den; Gerald Rosenbloom, guar-
merman, Harry
dian; Sam Burtman, Abram Mil-
Portnoy, Al Sk-
ler and Arthur Stern, trustees.
Mrs. Linden tare,, Marti n
Share. Earl Gould, secretaries.
Mothers and daughters of the
sisterhood will be honored and
Mrs. Reuben Boyarskey will de-
liver a short reading. A violin
recital will be given by Sadie
Braver accompanied by Mrs.
Norman Alan, chairman of the
Because of Shavuot and day.
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Memorial Day, deadline for
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY of-
all copy for our: issue of ficers and board members will
May .31 will be at 2 p.m. host a luncheon for the mem-
today.
bership and friends 12:30 p.m.
Deadline for Classified June 3 at the home of Mrs.
Ads for the next issue will Samuel Brody, 17537 Muirland.
T. C. Subudhi of India will speak
be at 3 p.m. on Tuesday.
on "Comparative Culture."
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JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
EVERGREEN GROUP, Hadas-
sah, installed officers recently. PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
President is Mrs. Frank Passal. TION will meet noon Monday
Others include Vice-Presidehts at Jericho Temple, 18495 Wy-
Mesdames William Klein, Wal- oming, to elect officers.
* * *
lace Kinzer, Saul Kuretzky,
Carmi Slomovitz, David Keys
HANIT..A. CHAPTER, Pioneer
and Edward Kersch; treasurer, Women, will meet 8:30 p.m.
Sidney Jacobs; secretaries, Wil- Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
liam Burlant, Paul Vollmer and stitute. Mrs. Harold Noveck
Melvin Janis; education, Julian will review "They Came to
Espar and Morton Sterling; Stay," by Robert St. John.
Community Council, S i m s o n
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Sendler; contemporary affairs,
CONG. BETH ABRAHAM
Jack Boxer; gift shop, S a in SISTERHOOD will meet 12:30
Gechter; Israel Bonds, Irving p.m. June 5 at the home of
Levy; integration, Edwin Ko- Mrs. Israel Halpern, 186'81
phal and Harold Katchan; con- Santa Rosa, announces Mrs. Sha-
servation, Charles Robinson; bati Ackerman, luncheon chair-
telephone, George Gross; sun- man.
shine, Harold Patrick; hospital-
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ity, Henry Aronoff and Hyman
EQUALITY CLUB will meet
Ruben; bulletin, Aubrey Gealer; Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
clerical, Solomon Segall; fund- Fay Zisholtz, President Betty
raising, Rubin Jaffee; eye banks, Berkowitz announces.
Marcus Scheiman and Max
Fridman; HMO & Youth Aliyah,
Alex Gottlieb; vocational edu- Wattenberg to Be 1964.
cation, Leonard Drootman; JNF
boxes, Ruben Gold and Morris WSU Franklin Lecturer
Dr. William W. Wattenberg,
Zuckman; and advisor, Julian
director of the Wayne State
Espar.
* * *
University Delinquency Control
CONG. SHOMREY EMUNAH Training Center and professor
SISTERHOOD will hold its an- of educational psychology, has
nual dinner 6:30 p.m. June 2 at been named the Leo M. Frank-
the synagogue, announces Presi- lin Memorial Professor in
dent Mrs. Isadore Levin. Enter- Human Relations at WSU for
tainment will be highlighted by 1964.
Dr. Wattenberg, of 20220
Cantor Joseph Barenholtz. Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Laufer are chair- Murray Hill, was singled out for
men, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. this honor by President Clar-
Charles Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. ence B. Hilberry on the basis
A. Halpern, co-chairmen. For of recommendations made by a
faculty committee. It is given
reservations, call UN 4-4355.
annually to a faculty member
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NORTHWEST NSHEI CHA- who has made an outstanding
BAD STUDY GROUP will meet contribution to the field of
3:30 p.m. Saturday at the home human relations.
A graduate of Columbia Uni-
of Mrs. Y. Goldberg, 18516 Ken-
tucky. Speaker will be Y. Gold- versity where he received his
berg, announces chairman Mrs. M.A. and Ph.D. degrees, Dr.
Tzippora Baiter.
Wattenberg also holds a B.S.
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degree from the City College of
CONG. BNAI DAVID SISTER- New York. He has authored and
HOOD will liold an election co-edited several books, written
meeting and victory • dinner numerous journal articles and
party 6:30 p.m. Monday at the is currently chairman of the
synagogue. For reservations, call National Society for the Na-
Mrs. Emil Spilman, chairman, tional Society for the Study of
EL 6-7891, or Mrs. He nry Education which is preparing a
"Yearbook on Sociay Maladjust-
Schore.
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ment" for publication in 1965.
As Franklin Memorial Profes-
ZEDAKAH CLUB will elect
officers 12:30 p.m. Monday at sor, Dr. Wattenberg will be re-
the home of Mrs. I. P. Baker, sponsible for planning the
14444 -Vassar. Plans are being annual Leo M. Franklin Memo-
made for the June 11 installa- rial Lectures in Human Rela-
tion luncheon at Tam O'Shanter tions. The series was established,
Country Club. Guests are in- in 1950 by Temple Beth El in
vited. For reservations, call honor of Dr. Leo M. Franklin,
Mrs. Norman Adilman, WE former Rabbi of the Temp*,
who died in 1948.
4-8559, or Mrs. Joseph Staub.

Deadline
Today for
Next Issue

Alan Rothenberg was elected
to the Order of the Coif, honor-
ary law fraternity, received the
Clarence M. Fkirton• Metnbrial
Award for superior scholarShip
and extra curricular activities,
and was also presented the
Lawyers Co-OperatiVe Publish-
ing Co. Book Award for highest
grades at the annual awards
dinner of the 'University of .
Michigan Law . School., •
Rothenberg has been elected
to membership in Barrister , So-
ciety of the University of Michi=
gan, served as junior clerk and
senior judge of the -student
court and was a semi-finalist in
the Campbell Case Club Compe-
tition. He is also affiliated with
Sigma Alpha Mu : fraternity.
Rothenberg is the son of Mr.

DISTINCTION . .
From

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and Mrs. Edward Rothenberg of

Santa Barbara Pr. His wife, the

former Georgina Silverman, is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

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Hyman Silverman. They will
Move to Los Angeles in June.
The Silverman's. Will give a
cocktail party June 9 at their
home, 24670 Church,j)ak Park,
in honor of Rothenberg's gradu-
ation.

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19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 24, 1963

WOMEN'S AUXILIARY to
the MAIMONIDES MEDICAL
SOCIETY will
hold its clos-
ing meeting
of the year
1 2 : 1 5 p m .
Tuesday at the
Town and
Country Club.
The out - going
presid'ent,
Mrs. Alex
Fr ie dA 1. a en- Mrs. Levitt
der, will be honored with the
presentation of the President's
Pin by the immediate past pres-
ident, Mrs. Harold Pliskow. Mrs.
Friedlaender will give her an-
nual report and the new officers
will be installed by Mrs. Sidney
Friedlaender, installation offi-
cer. They are Mesdames Irvine
Levitt. president; Meyer Pens-
ler, Alfred Klein, Henry
Schlesinger, Davie Schane, Sam
Alpiner, vice presidents; Mi.-.
chael Levin, treasurer; Joseph
Seltzer, Harry Weisberg, Sidney
Baskin and Sheldon Stern, sec-
retaries. Mrs. Morris Witus will
deliver the invocation. Mrs.
Samson Wittenberg will conduCt
a 'service honoring 25 - year
Members:
* * *
MEDICAL AID . GUILD will
hold its installation noon June 4
at Jeri's Restaurant, 18200 Wood-
ward.

at U-M Law School

Rothenberg Honored

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