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June 14, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-14

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MRS. DONALD BARON

At a candlelight ceremony
June 2 at Shaarey Zedek, Anita
Joyce Harvith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Erwin Harvith of
Southfield, was wed to • Donald
Emil Baron, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Baron of Lansing. Rab-
bi Morris Adler and Cantor
Morris Sonenklar officiated.
The bride wore a gown of
white satin peau de soie with
a sabrina neckline, short
sleeves and molded bodice. The
dome-shaped, floor-length skirt
fell into a chapel train. The
chapel-length heirloom mantilla
was of Brussels lace. She car-
ried white butterfly roses and
stephanotis.
Mrs. Harvey Willens, aunt of
the bride, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Margery Tan-
nenbaum, Barbara Matler, Joan
Willens, Marsha Mills, Amy Wil-
lens, Arlene Sarut, Gloria Ry-
neck and Mrs. Joseph Simon.
Sharon Simon, niece of the
bridegroom, was flower girl.
Joseph Simon of Alma served
as best man. Seating the guests
were Harvey Willens, Irving
Baron, Leonard Baron, Robert
Gunsberg, Lawrence Shanker,
Thomas Dail, Alan Harvith,
brother of the bride, Donald
Simon. Roger Simon served as
ring bearer. •
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico and St. Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. Baron will reside in East
Lansing.

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Hillel Foundations
Held 2,000 Parleys

Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations
reported that more than 2,000
student leaders from 97 cam-
puses participated in Sabbath
and weekend Jewish study insti-
tutes during the academic year.
Twenty-four institutes were
held in various regions. of the
country. They brought together
student leaders in the Hillel
program for lectures by eminent
Jewish scholars and discussions
and research projects on Juda-
ism and contemporary Jewish
affairs.
Largest of the institutes was
the annual Harvard-Yale-Prince-
ton Colloquium where 250 stu-
dents spent two days discussing
Judaism's relevancy for modern
youth. It was held this year on
the Princeton campus.

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WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WO-
MEN'S DIVISION will feature
Joseph Bernstein, editor of the
Jewish Daily Forward, at its
supper Saturday evening in
Workmen's Circle Educational
Center, 18340 W. Seven Mile.
Greetings will be extended by
Mrs. Moe Caplan, president;
Joseph Heidman, building com-
mittee; Monroe Title, chairman
of the district committee; Ed-
win Shifrin, chairman of the,
school board; and Dr. Shmarya
Kleinman, co-chairman of the
Jewish Labor Committee. Reci-
tations will be delivered by
Mesdames Harry Entin and
Robert Israel.
* * *
HEBREW LADIES AID will
install officers 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at Rosenberg's in Oak
Park. Information can be ob-
tained from Julia Ring, LI
2 - 9173 or Reggi White.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS expects an attend-
ance of more than 500 women
at its annual installation Mon-
day evening at Beth Aaron
Synagogue. T h e ceremonies
will be conducted by Mrs.
Thomas Rosenberg, founder and
hono rary
pres i dent.
Mrs. Harold
Kozloff suc-
ceeds Mrs.
Abe Eizelman
a s president.
The new chief
executive is
the wife of
the president
of the Detroit
Mrs. Kozloff Businessmen's
Group of the City of Hope. Oth--
er officers to be installed are
Mesdames E 11 i o t Schubiner,
Earl Shipper, Charles Young
and Emanuel Schwartz, vice-
presidents; Phil Moss, treasurer;
Morris Moss, Maurie Gordon,
Harry Cohen, Lawrence Bender-
off and Al Diamond, secretaries;
Abe Feldman, publicity direc-
tor; Abe Eizelman, parliamen-
tarian. Featured entertainment
will be a show to be presented
by the organization's own dra-
matic group, directed by Mrs.
Charles Young. For information
and tickets, call Mrs. Lester
Rosenberg, VE 7-9979.
• * *

NORTHWEST YOUNG
ISRAEL SISTERHOOD will in-
stall Mrs. Nettie Sukenic, presi-
dent, at an Oneg Shabbat 4
p.m. Saturday at the synagogue,
17376 Wyoming. Others to be
installed are Mesdames Adeline
Lowenberg, Edith Butrimovitz,
Chilly Revich, Gerry Green-
field, Anne Sukenic, Lillian
Feldstein, H a d a s s a h Prero,
chairman; Marian Duchan,
Augusta Subar, Esther Broad,
Sarah Gutman, secretaries;
Rose Blitz, Shirley Portnoy,
Sarah Cern, Helen Sandel, Eva
Hertz, Zelda Selman, Goldie
Wrotslawsky, Fannie aWinter,
Jean Weisskitchen, Anne Wein-
stein, Rose Baum, Miriam
Greenbaum and Carolyn Lei-
derman, hostesses. The North-
west Young I s r a e l Youth
Groups will perform under the
direction of Mrs. Hadassah
Prero.
* * *
ROSENWALD LADIES AUX-
ILIARY, American Legion,
today will make a presentation
of five flags to the Girl Scouts
Troop at Central High School.
A victory luncheon will be held
Tuesday.
* * *
PURITY CHAPTER, Order
of the Eastern Star, will hold a
secretary and treasurer night
7:45 p.m. Monday at Eureka
Temple, 111 W. Seven Mile.
Also to be honored are Ann
G r o s s m a n, P.M. and Sadie
Pearl, P.M.

BNAI JACOB SISTERHOOD
will feature a gift shop as part
of its last meeting of the year
at 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
home of Mrs. Ida Lichtig, 20482
Freeland.

* * *

BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
has elected Mrs. Meyer Berke
as president. Other officers are
Mesdames Henry Schore, Neil
Kalef and Emil Spilman, vice-
presidents; Jack Bilsky, treas-
urer; Harry Koltonow, Jack
Kroker and Edward Solomon,
secretaries; Oscar Shorr, ser-
geant-at-arms; and Meyer Ber-
man, chaplain.

BRUSSELS, (JTA) — Queen was built in 1875 and expanded
Fabiola visited the Jewish Home in 1961.
for the Aged in Brussels, a
visit that included the Queen's
first entry into a synagogue and
chats with all or the residents.
The Queen, who spent more
than two hours in the modern
•GEMOLOGIST
institution, spoke at length with
an elderly Sephardi woman
•DESIGNER
whom she kissed. The Queen was
greeted by the home's board,
•APPRAISER
headed by Paul Phillippson, hon-
"The Price
orary president, and Max Gott-
Is Always
schalk, former president of the
Right"
Jewish consistory.
at
The royal visitor inspected all
of the rooms and examined the
home's synagogue where she was
received by the Rabbi of .Brus-
sels, Marc Kahlenberg. The home 20010 Jos. Couzens 342-5666

WHITE LEVI'S

Activities

BUSINESS & PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will hold its
paid-up membership meeting
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Gemiluth
Chassodim. The program will
include a short film, "Orient
Holiday," with a social hour and
dancing to follow. Male guests
are invited. The bowling league
elected the following officers:
President Augusta Kornwise,
Vice-President Bele Stone, Re-
cording Secretary and Treas-
urer Dorothy Goldberg, Corre-
sponding Secretary and Sun-
shine Chairman Marion Miller.
The Bowling Banquet will be
held 7 p.m. Wednesday at Club
Alamo.
* • •
IVAN S. BLOCK LODGE will
hold its annual installation din-
ner-dance 6:30 p.m. Monday at
the Kenwood
Lounge. Offi- -
cers are Ru-
dolph Gemza,
p r e s i d ent;
Howard Berk-
owitz, Leo Sil-
b e r, Edward
Friedman,
David Keys,
vice - presi-
Gemza
dents; Harvey
Green, David Kaufman, Dick
Jacobs, secretaries; Iry Herman,
treasurer; and King Gennis,
chaplain. For reservations, call
VE 7-8989.
* * *

RABBI MANDEL M. ZAGER
CHAPTER installed Mesdames
David Murray Pancer, presi-
dent; Louis Kramer, Philip Go-
ren, Sol Poskel, vice-presidents;
Robert Alvin, treasurer; Joseph
Krell, Abe Kole, Morris Golden,
Sidney Guyer, Fred Brown, sec-
retaries; Jacob Ehrenpreis, his-
torian; Morris Gervercer, guar-
dian; John Markowitz, guide;
Frank Amber, sentinel; Ber-
nard Dosie, counselor; Louis
Richman, Isaac Benaim, Jack
Brickner, Henry Schore, Eve
Liner, trustees; Mark Sterns,
Abe Molonon, Arthur Rothen-
berg, Charles Linden, Jack Fine,
Joe Shapiro, Sam Haking, Ben
Fiske, Ruth Traison, J. Rogers,
David Greene, Ben Schaefer,
Hilda Stone Lil Abramovitz, Ida
Olshansky, board members.

Mr.-Mrs. Group Elects
Lewis as President

Irving Weintraub, H. A.
Lewis, Joe Young and Sarah
Fishkind, outgoing officers of
the Mr. and Mrs. Group, City of
Hope, were honored at a recent
dinner for their two-year tenure
of office by the group of 12
couples. New officers are Presi-
dent H. A. Lewis, Vice-President
Charles Hoptman, Secretary
Mrs. Fred Silber and Treasurer
Mrs. Ray Rosenberg.
The Weintraubs and Sarah
Fishkind will attend the golden
anniversary festivities of the
City of Hope Hospital in Duarte,
Calif., in July.

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23 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, June 14, 1963

Belgium Queen Visits Jewish Home for Aged

Baron-Harvith
Vows Exchanged

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