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May 28, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-28

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`Double Your Pleasure' Trill Be Staged
at PVF fromen's Division Annual Meeting

Ona Greenberg- Now
Mrs. Dennis Meyers

MRS. DENNIS MEYERS

The cast of "Double Your Pleasure" warms up for performance
at the annual meeting of the Women's Division of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation. At the piano Mrs. Ben Tolmich sets the pace for'
guitarists Mrs. Morris Medalie and Mrs. Herbert C. Cantor, and
(standing from left) Mesdames Sidney Winer, Norman Rosenfeld,
Joseph J. Bittker and Eli Gross.
*
*
*

In the 19 years since the Wom-
en's Division of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation was formally or-
ganized, the division has had a
total of nine presidents. On June
2 at -the annual meeting of the
division, all nine will be honored
in a ceremony at the Jewish Cen-
ter-
Honorees will be Mrs. Joseph
Ehrlich (1946-47), Mrs. Max Frank
(1947-1949), Mrs. Leonard H.
Weiner (1949-1951), Mrs. John C.
Hopp (1951-1953), Mrs. Harry L.
Jones (1953-1955), Mrs. Lewis B.
Daniels (1955-1957), Mrs. Sidney
J. Karbel (1957-1959), Mrs. Harry
E. August (1959-1961), and Mrs.
Philip R. Marcuse (1961-1964).
Mrs. Benjamin Janes, president
of the Women's Division, an-
nounced that the afternoon's pro-
gram would begin with a lunch at
noon and will include her presi-
dent's report, a report on the 1965
Allied Jewish Campaign by Worn-

en's Campaign Chairman Mrs. I.
Jerome Hauser, nomination and
election of officers and board, and
a musical especially written for the
occasion. "Double Your Pleasure."
"Double Your Pleasure," created
by Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner and
Mrs. Herschel V. Kreger, is under
the able direction of Mrs. Eli
Gross and her assistant Mrs. Sid-
ney Winer. Members of the cast
include the narrators, Mrs. Gross
and Mrs. Winer; vocalists, Mes-
dames Joseph J. Bittker, Norman
Rosenfeld and Earl Ruby; guitar-
ists, Mrs. Herbert C. Cantor and
Mrs. Morris Medalie; and pianist,
Mrs. Ben Tolmich. Mrs. Miles
Jaffe is in charge of stage decora-
tions and props.
A slate of officers and members
of the board, previously an-
nounced, will be presented by the
nominating committee of the Wom-
en's Division headed by Mrs. Alex-
ander Sanders. Mrs. Benjamin
Jones is nominated for an addi-
tional term as president. Nom-
inees for vice president include
Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, and in-
cumbents Mesdames Lewis Gross-
man, Harold A. Robinson and Isa-
Jewish National Fund Women's dore Winkelman. Nominated for
'Auxiliary installed Mrs. Ben No- corresponding secretary is Mrs.
san as president for the coming Melvin Kolbert. Mrs. N. Brewster
year.
Broder is re-nominated as record-
Installed with Mrs. Nosan were ing secretary.
Mesdames Ben Minns, chairman
of the board; Al-
bert Posen,
f u n d - raising.

Mrs. Nosan Elected
by Auxiliary of JNF

with William
Levin and Jules
Kraft, co - chair-
men; Irving
Arlin, member-
ship; George
Bayer, trees;
Samuel Katz,
Blue Boxes, with Mrs. Nosan
Sidney Diem and Sam Warsh, co-
chairmen; Israel Kardener, reten-
tion; Morris Kutinsky, program,
with Sidney Ravin, Morris Brand-
wine, Samuel Baker and Edward
Wishnetsky, co-chairmen; Sol -Lif-
shitz, treasurer; Joseph Rubin,
bulletin editor; Josua Sperka,
publicity.
Also William Hordes, social
contact hostess; George Lerner,

Mrs.William Wetsman
Heads Michigan ORT

Women's American ORT.
Other officers of the executive
board installed recently are Mes-
dames Jack Rubin, Lawrence Levi,
Daniel Siegel,
Bernard Colton
and Joseph Ja-
cobson, vice
presidents; Her-
man Hack, Max
Beal and Eugene
Levin e, secre-
taries; Na than
Spector, treasur-
er, and Leonard
Schreiber, par-
Mrs. Wetsman liamentarian.
The regional ORT office, 19163
Livernois, is site of the Switching
Post, an antique shop sponsored
by ORT. Items are welcomed on a
percentage basis or as tax-deduct-
ible gifts to ORT. For information
on any facet of Women's American
ORT, call ORT offices, UN 2-1811.

Hayeled and Sefer Bar Mitzvah: Shimon Siroka, vice mayor of
and Jack Grossbart and Sidney Bnai Brak, Israel, 9 p.m. Satur-
day at Cong. Bnai Jacob.
Ketchem, telephone squad.
Siroka is a veteran of over 30

22—Friday, May 28, 1965

8ng agements

Mr. and IVIrs. William B. Taitel-
baum of Northlawn Ave. an-
nounce the engagement of their

daughter Susan to C. Martin Rose,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ely Rose of
Marlowe Ave. Miss Taitelbaum

is a graduate of the University of
Michigan, where she was presi-
of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Her
fiance is a graduate of Wayne
State University and is studying
at the University of Detroit Den-

tal School, where he is affiliated
with Alpha Omega professional
fraternity. A Dec. 26 wedding is
planned. (The Jewish News re-
grets the printing error in Mr.
Rose's name last week.)

* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Mazer
of Santa Barbara Ave., announce
the engagement of their daughter
Gay to Dr. Herman M. Slatis, son

of Mrs. Abraham Slatis of Chicago
and the late Mr. Slatis. Dr. Slatis
Mrs. William Wetsman succeeds is associate professor of zoology at
Mrs. Nathan H. Schlafer as presi- Michigan State University. An
dent of the Michigan Region of Aug. 15 wedding is planned.

social hostess, with Louis German-
sky, Sol Pearlman, Morris Davis,
and Nathan Rosin, co-chairmen;
Jack Krass, Leo Lesser, Sidney
Katchem, Philip Slomovitz and
Milton Wirston, secretaries; Sam-
uel Rosenblatt, dues secretary
chairman, with Julius Hackman,
Morris Kraft, Charles Freiden-
berg and Irving Schlussel, co-
chairmen; Al Schneider, donor Agudath Israel to Fete
secretary chairman, with Albert
Sima, Louis Diamond and Sidney Bnai Brak Vice Mayor
Agudath Israel of Detroit will
Katchem, co-chairmen; Nathan
Rosin, USO; Harry Portnoy, Sefer tender a reception in honor of

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ona Barbara Greenberg became
the bride of Dennis Melvin Meyers
in a recent candlelight ceremony
at the Mayfair Room. Rabbi Leon
Fram officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Airs. Oscar Greenberg of
Northgate Ave., and Mr. and Mrs.
David Meyers of Braile Ave.
Judi Adler was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Cheryl Wasser-
man, Bonnie Flayer, Patricia Sand-
ler and Libby Fox. Joy Reisner and
Lauri Meyers served as junior
bridesmaids, while Alison Reisner
was flower girl.
Morton Meyers served his broth-
er as best man. Ushers were Roy
Starler, Ross Richman, Mel Marx
and Charles Fantich. •
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the newlyweds are living
on W. Eight Mile Rd.

years as a leader in the Ortho-
dox community of Bnai Brak.

* *

Mr and Mrs. Ben Kap of Los
Angeles announce the engage-
ment of the daughter Sharon

-

Ann to Gerald Altman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Altman, former

Detroiters, also of Los Angeles. A
December wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Danuloff
of Rensselaer Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Lydia Doreen to Sheldon
Oberman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Oberman of Chicago. A
July 4 wedding is planned.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. George Rosen-
berg of Beverly Hills, Calif. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Maxine Dana to Robert
Michael Carson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Carson of Ludlow
Ave., Huntington Woods. An Aug.
29 wedding is planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haas of
Salem Rd., Huntington Woods, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Susan Terrie to Peter J.
Barak, son of Dr. and Mrs. Lewis
Barak of W. Seven Mile Rd. Miss
Haas is a senior at Michigan State
University. Her fiance is a senior
dentistry student at Marquette
University, Milwaukee. An Aug. 17
wedding is planned.

LBJ Lauds Poale Zion Group on 60th Anniversary

NEW YORK (JTA) — President project sponsored by the League
for Labor Israel, an agency recon-
stituted earlier this year to con-
duct Labor Zionist educational ac-
tivities. A similar seminar is tak-
ing place on the West Coast dur-
ing the Memorial Day weekend.
The discussions will focus on
"Issues of Concern to Labor Zion-
ists as Liberals and as Jews," ac-
cording to Daniel Mann, director
of the seminar.
Sessions will be chaired by: Sol
Kotzin, Chicago; Morris Lieber-
man, Detroit; Paul Melrood, Mil-
waukee and Dr. Jack Zackler.

Lyndon B. Johnson last weekend
lauded the Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America-Poale Zion as an
organization which "has richly
contributed toward achieving so-
cial and economic justice in Amer-
ica."
In a telegram of greeting read
at the organizations' 60th anniver-
sary concert here, President John-
son declared: "As we work now
to build a better society, one in
which every citizen may realize the
full measure of his talents, we can
all benefit from the just and demo-
cratic standards the Labor Zionist
Organization of America - P o ale
Zion has espoused."
Attending the conclave are Labor

Zionist leaders from Chicago, De-
troit, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Pitts-
burgh, C i n c i n n a t i,
Minneapolis, Omaha, and St. Louis.
The seminar is an educational

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