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May 29, 1964 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-29

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Miss Kaman Weds-
Edward Rosenbaum

Activities

PISGAH LODGE will install DEBORAH CHAPTER BBG an
newly elected officers at a dinner- nounces recently elected officers
dance 6:30 p.m. June 18 at the are Bunni Katz, president; Elaine
Town and Country Club, accord- Stone, vice president; Jody Tock
ing to Milton M. Weinstein, chair- and Cindy Silverman, secretaries;
man of the arrangements com- Bev Stulberg, treasurer; Debbie
mittee. Benjamin B. Goldhoff will Segal and Eileen Abramovitz, re-
be installed as president, along porters; and Anita Sher, counselor-
with Jack Peterman, Leo Holland- MIT mother.. The installation will
er and Barney Levine, vice presi- be held at Rathskeller's June 6.
*
dents; David Nissen, Irving Boigan
DAG HAMMARSKJOLD BBYM
and Rudolph Meyersohn, secre-
taries; Sam Selikowitz, treasurer; will hold an informal dance, "Cafe
Burton H. Gutman, chaplain; du Cas," 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Meyer Littky, assistant chaplain; Labor Zionist Institute. Entertain-
Sam Wider, warden; and Oscar ment will be provided by a rock-
Beckerman, guardian. Gutman, and-roll band and a folk-singing
outgoing president, announces that group. The evening will feature
awards will be presented at a prizes and refreshments, .and pro-
lodge meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday ceeds from admissions will go to
at- the Labor Zionist Institute.
the BB service fund.

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*

* *

PHILIP HANDLER — EAST LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER
SIDE LODGE will hold its in- will hold a paid-up membership
stallation of officers 8:30 p.m. program 12:30' p.m, Tuesday at the
Wednesday at Sholern Aleichem Workmen's Circle Center. Accord-
Institute. To be installed by Louis ing to Mesdames Harry Michelson,
E. Barden, past president of the president, and Robert Israel, pro-
Bnai Brith Council, are Ben Wein- gram chairman, the program will
stein, president; Jules Abrams, be "Summer Story—Accent on
Albert Cooper and David Yam- Glamour," with Viviane Woodard.
shon, vice presidents; Morris Refreshments will be served.
* *
Blechman, secretary;_ Ben Colum-
HENRY MORGENTHOU
bus, treasurer; Herbert Miller,
guardian; Arthur Harris, warden; • LODGE installed Henry Cohn as
and Louis Wasserman, chaplain. president at the recent installation
Stars of the Don Frohman Chorus dinner. Other officers are Leo
will perform, and refreshments Kaplan. Robert Pasman and Rob-
ert Reiss, secretaries; Paul Fink,
will be served. Guests invited.
, David Rosenthal and Seymour
* * *
Ludwig, secretaries; Abraham
SHOLEM ALEICHEM LODGE Burnstein, treasurer; Sam Popkin,
will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at warden; and Herman Burton,
Cong. Beth Yehudah, honoring guardian.
Philip Kaplan and Alexander Gott- •
lieb, delegates to the district con-
vention in Milwaukee. Wives in- Jewish Folk Chorus
vited.
Plans Spring Concert
*
The Jewish Folk Chorus will
present its annual spring concert
New Regional BBYO
8 p.m. June 7 at the Scottish Rite
Cathedral. Masonic Temple.
Board of Directors
Featured will be "Di Tzvei
Bernard PanuSh was reelected Bridder" (Two Brothers), an al-
chairman at the spring meeting of legorical oratorio about human
the Regional Bnai Brith Youth relations, by I. L. Peretz. Guest
soloists will be Norman Atkins,
Organization board of directors. New York baritone, and Detroit
Mesdames Henry Onrich and San- soprano Marjorie Gordon.
ford Rosenthal were elected vice
The Youth chorus will present
chairmen; and Emanuel Mandel, a program of English, Yiddish and
director of the Michigan Region, Hebrew folk songs. The entire con-
will serve as executive secretary- cert will be conducted by Harvey
Schreibman.
of the board.
Tickets can be purchased at the
as delegates-at-large
Serving
will be Morris Blechman, Samuel box office the evening of the con-
Finegood, Aaron Lipin, Maurice cent, or can be reserved by calling
Zeiger, Avram Charlip, Harry Mrs. Rose Baron. DI 1-9231, or
Dubin, Julius Kahn, Jack Leeds, Mrs. Regina Litt, BR 2-0330.
Paul Leibert, Carl Stern, and Rob-
ert Venetianer.
Also serving are Mesdames
Marriages
Dreylinger, Samuel Finegood,
Theodore Heideman, David Levine,
UVILLER-KATZ: Mr. and Mrs
Harold Robinson, Sidney Eidel- Joseph Katz of Beverly Ave., Oak
man, Bernard Bleifield, Harry Park, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Rena to Mr. H.
Bodzin and Philip Edelheit.
Richard Uviller May 24. Mr. Uviller
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Friday, May 29, 1964
Uviller of New York City.
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Hadassah Chapter Plans Donor Ball

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County Chapter of Hadassah who Deutsch, chairman.
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For information, call the Hadas-
attend, with their escorts, the Gala sah office, LI 7-2320.
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MRS. EDWARD ROSENBAUM

Mr. and Mrs. David Kelman of
Littlefield Ave. announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Sandra
Ellen, to Edward Rosenbaum, son
of Mr. Arthur Rosenbaum of St.
Mary's Ave. and the late. Mrs.
Rosenbaum.
The Sunday evening ceremony
was held at Ahavas Achim Syna-
gogue.
The newlyweds will live on
Schaefer Rd. following a Florida
honeymoon.

6n , ciagements

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Carol Bonnie Stein
to Ronald Stanley Alderman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alderman
of Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park. The
bride-elect is the daughter of Mr.
Irving Stein of Tracey Ave. and
the late Ruth Stein. Her fiance is
a senior in Wayne State Univer-
sity's school of business admin-
istration, where he is affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
A June 1965 wedding is planned.
*
*
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kushner of
Prairie Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Lois
Ilene. to Richard Dolnick, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dolnick of
Winnetka, Ill. Mr. Dolnick is
presently studying at Wayne State
University. A September wedding
is planned.

* *

An Aug. 23 wedding is planned
for Rachelle Kraft and Ronald
Goldfisher, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elias Goldfisher of New York City.
Their engagement was announced
at a family party by the parents
of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Kraft of Cherrylawn Ave-
nue. Miss Kraft and her fiance
are both studying at the Univer-
sity of Michigan in Ann Arbor.



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