Congregation to Meet
Adria Brown Engaged
MISS ADRIA BROWN
The betrothal of Adria Michele
Brown to Dr. Robert Morris Galin
is announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William W. Brown of
Parkside Rd. Dr. Galin is the son
of Dr. and Mrs. Louis I. Galin of
Miss Brown attended Eastern
Michigan University. Her fiance,
a member of Alpha Omega Fra-
ternity, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
A fall wedding is planned.
Human Relations Agency
Target of Bigots, Head of
Bigots are attempting to abolish
Detroit's Commission on Commun-
ity Relations, it was charged this
week by Richard V. Marks, secre-
tary-director of the agency.
These bigots, said Marks, have
launched a petition campaign that
attempts to "carry us back to the
day of suspicion and hatred of
1943. They are not the forces of
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Birmingham Temple will hold
its annual congregational meeting
for members 8:30 p.m. today at
AKIVA HEBREW DAY Birmingham Unitarian Church.
SCHOOL PTA will hold its Regular s e r vices will be held
monthly meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon- May 14.
day in the school. A review of
Alexander Donat's "Holocaust
Kingdom" will be presented by
PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL
Frank Loewenberg, director of the
Jewish Center's adult division.
Only Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Election of officers also will be
held. The group will hold its
Mother and Daughter Hamburger
Jamboree 6:30 p.m. May 18 at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods. A
Please Call EL 6-4898
showing of "Dolls for Democracy"
will be presented by Bnai Brith
members. Mothers and grand-
mothers of Akiva daughters are
invited. For reservations, call Mrs.
Charles Levi, LI 5-5969.
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BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will elect officers 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the synagogue. Mrs. Harriet
At Ten Mile Road
Berke, nominating chairman, will
present the new slate. A report of
the year's activities will be given
Open Mondays . . . also Thurs. and Fri. Evenings
by the various committee chair-
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in the home of Sylvia Adler, •
10545 Vernon, Huntington Woods.
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
Alan Gould of Wayne State Uni-
versity will speak on civil rights.
The chapter will hold its annual
FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Mother and Daughter installation
dinner 7 p.m. May 18 at Mayfair
OPEN SUNDAY: 12 to 5 P.M.
Caterers. Featured will be a pres-
entation of "Fiddler on the Roof"
by the Sharona Choral Group.
Guests invited. Ruth Gaynor, past
president, will install Shirlee Katz-
man, president; Molly Silberschein
and Mary Shuster, vice presidents;
Adele Ozrovitz, Sara Mervis, Esther
Kower, Shirley Miller, Rhoda
Friedman and Eleanor Selvan, sec-
retaries; Lorraine Gale, treasurer;
Bernice Shapiro and Matilda Fred-
rick, membership chairmen; Doro-
thy Tendler, dues; Freda Barris,
Moetzet H a p o a l o t; and Sally
Britchky, bulletin. For reserva-
tions to the luncheon, call Molly
Silberschein, LI 5-1953 or Adele
Ozrovitz, LI 5-6163.
SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold
a board meeting and luncheon
12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home
of Mrs. Julius Katz, 19465 Lauder.
Co-hostesses will be Mesdames
Ben Gruskin and Joseph Klinger.
Chairmen's final reports and
evaluations will be due.
(More Clubs Page 19)
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
hold its installation luncheon noon
Monday in the social hall. Mrs.
Perry Segal of
Chicago, a leader
in the National
of Temple Sis-
terhoods, wi 11
speak on "We
Keep the Faith,"
describing t h e
work of NFTS.
Mrs. Samuel B.
Danto, past sister- Mrs. Robbins
hood president, will install Mes-
dames Norman Robbins, president;
Moe Traurig, Samuel Goodman,
Elmer Raskin and Morton Roth,
vice presidents; Simon Traurig,
treasurer; and Albert Dicken, Ab-
raham L. Cohen, Michael Mitz and
Jerome Oppenheim, secretaries.
For luncheon reservations, call the
Temple at UN 3-7769.
GOOD FELLOWSHIP AUXILI-
ARY will hold its annual Mother
and Daughter banquet 6:30 p.m.
Thursday . at Mayfair Caterers.
Mrs. Bessie Soloway, social chair-
man, has planned games and sur-
NORTHWEST YOUNG ISRAEL
SISTERHOOD will hold its annual
melaveh malka benefiting Yeshi-
vath Beth Yehuda 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day in the Young Israel building.
The public is invited.
DETROIT LINK, Order of the
Golden Chain, will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at Con•. Gemiluth Chas-
sodim. A special Mother's Day
program will follow the business
meeting * * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day in the home of Mrs. Philip
Field, 23731 Wildwood, Oak Park.
Elections will be held, and the
Brandeis Players will present a
skit on Israel independence.
ZEDAKAH CLUB will hold its
elections and hear annual reports
12:30 p.m. Monday in the home of
Mrs. Maurice Cornfield, 19957
Marlowe. A dessert luncheon will
FIDELITY LADIES CLUB will
hold its Mother and Daughter
iumcheon noon Monday at Topin-
ka's restaurant. For reservations,
call Lillian Gorman, UN 2-0734,
or Ann Lobel, LI 8-5317.
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN ORGANIZATION will
meet noon Tuesday in the home
of Mrs. Sarah Taub, 17547 Ken-
tucky. Plans will be made for the
luncheon to be held June 8. For
tickets and reservations, call Mrs.
Morris Weinstein, KE 5-5737.
GALICIAN SOCIETY AUXILI-
ARY will hold its annual luncheon
and games party 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Beth Abraham
Synagogue. For reservations, call
Mrs. Irving Adler, DI 1-4529.
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ROBERT C. RUSSMAN, presi-
dent of the Industrial Editors As-
sociation of Detroit, was elected
chairman of District Three of the
International Council of Indus-
trial Editors. Eight states and
Washington, D.C., are included in
Israeli to Join Staff
at Center on Dual
Asher Tarmon, social worker
from Be'er Israel, will join the
staff of the Jewish Center on a
two-year exchange program be-
ginning in September.
Announcement was made by the
National Jewish Welfare Board
and the Jewish Agency for Israel.
The program is designed to pro-
vide Israeli professional social
workers and youth leaders with
a broader concept of Jewish life
outside Israel and to help strength-
en Jewish programing in Ameri-
can Jewish centers.
Tarmon is one of seven Israelis
to join the staffs of six different
American centers. The employ-
ment of the Israelis is also aimed
at enhancing their own profes-
sional training and usefulness
when they return to Israel and at
giving them an understanding of
Jewish life in the United States.
The second half of the exchange
program with Israel will bring 23
professional Jewish center work-
ers from the United States to
Israel for an intensive seven-week
From July 7 to Aug. 26 the
American social workers will take
courses in the Hebrew language,
Jewish history, customs and cere-
monies, study the background of
Israel and the operations of Is-
raeli youth and recreation pro-
grams and travel extensively
through the country.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 7, 1965-23
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