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June 04, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-04

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omen's Cluh activities

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NA-
TIONAL WOMEN'S COMMIT-
TEE, Detroit Chapter, will hold
its closing meeting of the term
12:30 p.m. June 21 at the home of
Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman, 28755
Bell Rd., Southfield. Mrs. Herbert
Burdick, newly elected president
succeeding Mrs. Eugene P. Sims,
will be installed with her officers
and board members. Mrs. Burdick
will attend the 17th annual Na-
tional Conference at the Brand-
eis campus June 13-15. Delegates
representing the Detroit Chapter
will be Mesdames Oscar . Band,
Alvin Barnett, Theodore Birnk-
rant, Samuel Caplan and Oscar
Zemon. They will hear an address
by Dr. Neal Gross of Harvard
University and attend the dedica-
tion of the university's Spingold
Theater. The Women's Commit-
tee is responsible for complete fi-
nancial support of the Goldfarb
Library and Gerstenzang Library

of Science.

* * «
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS-
TERHOOD will hold its annual in-
stallation luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the synagogue. Mrs.
Joel Litke will install the follow-
ing officers: Mesdames Herman
Doiny, president; David Lieber-
man and Jack Widstrom, vice-
presidents; Morris Jacob, treasur-
er; Bert Westheimer, Bert Selig
and Otto Kaufman, secretaries.
Board members are Mesdames
Eric Bennett, Max Blum, Man-
fred Dreifus, Leonard Efros, Al-
fred Heilbronner, Manfred Leh-
man, Louis Levy, Solomon Marx,
Albert Neuberger, Abraham Stryk
and Morris Wolf. Honorary board
member is Mrs. Joel Litke. Cantor
Joseph Birnholf will entertain.
* * *
LADIES OF MOSAIC will hold
its installation and closing lunch-
eon meeting noon Wednesday at
Carl's Chop House. Mrs. David Ber-
man. will install Mesdames Bert
Swartz, president; Jack Mittleman

and Mitchell Goldstone, vice presi-
dents; Joe Viedrah, treasurer; and
Manuel Stoler, Morris Watnick,
Samuel Friedman, Hy Gittleman
and Israel Shulman, secretaries.
* * *
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
has installed Mesdames Samuel
Wasserman, president; M o rr i s
Ginsberg, Hyman Margolis and
Louis St otsky, vice presidents;
Marvin LaSt, Hyman Levenson,

David Caplan, Harry Galens and
Robert Ostrow, secretaries; Abe
Haien). and Leo Weingarden, exec-
utive aides; and George Fredson,

Albert Kaplan and Jack Shenk-
man, trustees.

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Young Women's Bicur Cholera!
Organization will install officers
noon Tuesday at Raleigh House.
Outgoing Presi-
: dent Mrs. Ber-
nard Sumner will
be presented with
t h e president's
pin by Mrs. Abe
Bookstein. M r s .
Marvin Levy,
newly elected
president of t h e

Mrs. Viedrah League of J e w -
ish Women's Organizations, will in-
stall Mesdames Joseph Viedrah,
president; Joseph Shifman, Louis
Brown and Joseph Licht, vice presi-
dents; George Brown, treasurer;
Abe Bookstein, case supervisor;
Milton Ribiat, David Berman, Sam
Moscow, Abe Meisne r, Esther
Staller and Allen Viedrah, secre-
taries. Guests invited.
* * *
NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver,

Will hold its installation luncheon

noon June 17 at the Tam O'Shant-
er Country Club. Officers to be

installed are Mesdames Louis Pan-
zen, president; Gilbert Boren-
stein, Donald Golden and Benja-
min Rosen, vice presidents; Alvin
Tutnick, Dorothy Risen, Jack
Friedlander and Rudolph Meyer-
solm,•secretaries; and Irving Chai-
ken, parliamentarian. Installing
officer is Mrs. George Edelson,
national director. Chairmen are
Mesdames Friendlander, Golden
and Borenstein. For reservations,
call Mrs. Robert Stocker, DI 1-
4286, or Mrs. Alfred Gottlieb, DI
1-8824..
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
announces registration is open for
members interested in taking

SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold its
installation luncheon noon Wed-
nesday at Raleigh House. Come-
dian Max Sosin, assisted by Hal
Gordon at the piano, will entertain.
Officers to be installed are Mes-
dames Samuel Winer, president;
Mitchell Kent, Raymond Newman

and Marvin Canner, vice presi-
dents; Max Shiener, treasurer; and
Harry Fox, Ben Gruskin, Abe
Smolowitz and Joseph Klinger, sec-

retaries. Chairmen are Mrs. Arthur
Schreier and Mrs. Joseph Broder.
For reservations, call Irs. Broder,
LI 6-7390.
• *
JEWISH WOMEN 'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION and NORTH WOODWARD
BRANCH will hold a joint meet-
ing noon Tuesday at Jericho
Temple. Election of officers for
both groups will be held.
* * *
SUB -URBAN CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, Women's
Division, has elected Mesdames
Aaron Shifman, president; Fred
Benderoff, vice president; Law-
rence LoPaten and Allan Fox,

At the annual donor luncheon
of Fannie Gluck Chapter, Miz-
rachi Women, Mrs. Emil Spil-
man (right) received a citation
from the national office and
members of the national board
of Mizrachi Women of America
in recognition of her more than
25 years' service to the cause
of Mizrachi Women institutions
throughout Israel. Mrs. Joshua
Sperka, toastmistress of the pro-
gram, presents Mrs. Spilman
with the citation.

Aisen, Sheldon

SUBURBAN DETROIT CHAP-
Mrs. Robbins Fishman, Sidney
TER, Deborah Hospital, will meet Freed, William Belinsky, Albert

8:30 p.m. Monday in Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Reports will be giv-
en by President Mrs. Rita Millman.
* * *
ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, will hold its an-
nual luncheon and games party
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Federal's
Department Store Auditorium,
Oakman Blvd. and Grand River.
Prizes will be featured, and pro-
ceeds will go to charity. Guests
invited. The next meeting will be
held 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Beth Yehudah. New offi-
cers will be elected.

Goodman, Oscar Jacobson, Cole-
man Rottenberg and Harry A.
Kwicker, secretaries; and Albert
Teman, treasurer.

Heading committees are Mesdames
Sol Grand, I. E. Goodman, Mark Ben-
ach, George Bass, Philip Ericker, Ber-
nard Sukenic, Ben Steinberg, Ben
Berry, Albert Dworkin, M. J. Green-
berg, Sam Newman, Samuel Plucer,
Hyman Friedman, Irving Krupldn,
Harry Berlin, Max Gittleman, Harry
Meer, Jonas Torgow, Samuel Zeldes,
Dan LeVine, Max Ostrow and Joseph
Wolfe.

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dore Katz, 21750 Cloverlawn, Oak
Park. Mrs. Morris Simon will re-
veiw the life of Justice Louis D.
Brandeis.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its installation
luncheon noon Wednesday at
Ahavas Achim Synagogue. To be
installed are Mesdames Sol
Schwartz, reelected president; Abe
Primack, Leonard Kromirs and
David Schrage, vice presidents;

Bernard
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secretaries; and Robert Rosen-
bush, treasurer. Named to chair-
manships are Mesdames Norman
Bendix, Fred Benderoff, Brenda
Newman, David Schwartz, Lee
Shulman, Norman Ross, Euston
Brodsky, Leroy Helfman, Howard
Katz and Max Markzon.
* * * _
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
Study Group will meet 10 a.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Isa-

chairman, and Mrs. Schrage is in-
stalling chairman. Mrs. Becker and
Mrs. Fred Shuman will bring
greetings from Israel. Mrs. Harry
Kaplan will lead the singing.
*
*
DAVID-HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN ORGANIZATION will
hold a social meeting noon Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Bernard
Chase, 15331 Rosemary, Oak Park.
There will be a luncheon noon
June 15 at the home of Mrs. Phil-
ip Kutnick, 13201 Dartmouth. Co-
hostess will be Mrs. Julius Spiel-
berg. For tickets and informa-
tion, call Mrs. -Morris Weinstein,
535-5737.
* * *
Mrs. Lou Robbins is the newly
elected president of the Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
Aged. Installed
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textbooks and books for leisure
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* * *
WOMEN'S DIVISION, Sholem Philip Saslove, treasurer; and
Aleichem Institute, will hold a Morris Order, Isadore Becker, Fred
games night 8 p.m. Wednesday in Gayer and Alfred Hoffer, secre-
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* * *
GOOD FELLOWSHIP AUXIL-
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at Lutzker Hall. Guests invited.
* * *
DETROIT LEAGUE, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, will hold its installation
of officers and award luncheon
12:15 p.m. June 23 at Knollwood
Country Club. For reservations,
call Mrs. Edward Sklar, LI 3-
9547, before Thursday. Officers
to be installed are Mesdames
Peter P. Gilbert, president; Ed-
ward Sklar, Nathan Agree, Jack
Sallan and Jack Simon, vice presi-
dents; Sol Brock, Lewis Carlson
and Ben Lutz, secretaries; and Jo-
seph Staub, treasurer. _Installing
officer will be Mrs. Samuel P.
Baker. Members are asked to
bring their trip book stubs. Guests
invited.
* * *
SHARONA CHATTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its final board
meeting 8:30 p.m. June 15 in the
home of Natalie Charach, 23476
Cloverlawn.
• * *

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