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June 11, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-06-11

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Loewenberg Clan Graduates En Masse

Bnai Brith Preidents Pose for Class Picture

The Frank Loewenbergs are a quadruple-threat family: four of
its members will have worn graduation mortar boards this month.
Loewenberg, director of the Adult Division of the Jewish Center,
received his doctors degree in sociology at Wayne State University
commencement exercises Thursday. His wife Adeline got her masters
degree in elementary ducation at Marygrove College Sunday.
Joel Lowenberg, 12, will be graduated from the Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah Elementary Division June 24. And Alisa, 4, will graduate
from the Jewish Center Nursery School next Thursday.
Naomi, 10, and Chaim, 6, will be able only to watch. This isn't
their year for graduating.

Presidents of the 24 Bnai Brith women's chapters in metropolitan Detroit are pictured here with
Mrs. Alan Nathan, Detroit Council president. Seated, from left, are Mesdames Raymond Rismann, Tik-
vah; Sheldon Korn, Tucker; Bernard Herman, Oak-Woods; Henry Morgan, Einstein; Herbert Arons,
Detroit Lodge; President Nathan; Jules Sherman, Downtown-Fox; Donald Goren, Livonia; Henry Lesh-
man, Centennial; Robert Lichtman, Gershwin; and Oscar Beckerman, Keidan. Standing from left are Mes-
dames Harry Fine, Pisgah; Robert Israel, Louis Marshall; David Goldstein, Handler; Maurice Wilson, Rex;
Joseph Burnstein, Business and Professional; Barney Yagoda, Suburban; Charles Kurland, Stone; Ben
Mandell, Israel; John Sandler, Brandeis; Louis Kramer, Zager; Jack Kessler, Black; and Barnie Aaron,
East Side; and Miss Aileen Diskin, Morganthau. Not pictured is Mrs. Joseph Snyder of Dov Fenkell.

Activities

HARRY B. KEIDAN LODGE
will hold its 21st annual installa-
tion and stag dinner 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Imperial Caterers.
To be installed by Morris Diren-
feld, past president, are Charles
Kaufman, president; Phillip Chap-
nick, Harold Jaffa and Edward
Singer, vice presidents; Alfred
Lakin, Stanley Dicksteen and Har-
ry Oberstein, secretaries; Max
Smith, treasurer; Phillip Stein,
warden; Hy Grand, guardian, Max
Lieberman, chaplain; and Harold
Siefman, assistant chaplain. Trust-
ees are Charles Milan, Harold
Norman, Max Schreiber, Sam Mar-
golis, Allen Zemmol, Seymour
Horowitz, Herman Schmier, Cantor
David Bagley, David Gross and
Eugene Lastar. Outgoing president
is Max Lieberman, who served
two terms. Chairmen are Robert
Kranitz and William Katz. For res-
ervations, write Katz, 19309 Hart-
well.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will meet 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Gemiluth Chas-
sodim. Richard H. Lobenthal, di-
rector of the Michigan Regional
Office of the Anti-Defamation
League, will speak on "Radical
Right: Is it America's Current

Fascist Movement?" Refreshments
will be served and men and
women guests are invited.

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Rabbi Dr. Azreil Rosenfeld,
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and a computer-mathematician
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Yeshivath Beth Yehudah PTA
will hold its last general meeting

BE HERE WHEN

of Shrewsbury Rd. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Marilyn Kay to Norman Leaf, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leaf of
Chicago.
. Miss Grossman is a graduate of
the University of Michigan, where
she was affiliated with Alpha Ep-
silon Phi Sorority. She will re-
ceive a masters degree from the
University of Chicago's school of
social service administration this
June and join the staff of the
Michael Reece Hospital Wexler
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Mr. Leaf attended the Univer-
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Yeshivah PTA Meeting

Farband Branch No. 114 will
hold an Israel birthday celebration
this Saturday, 8:30 p.m., in the
Labor Zionist Institute. Guest
speaker will be Irving Bluestone,
administrative assistant to Walter
P. Reuther, UAW president.
Shlomo Biederman will provide
the musical program and refresh-
ments will be served.
Maurice Gelfand is president.
Mrs. Movsas Goldoftas is Israel
anniversary chairman and L.
Jacobs is co-chairman.

HELEN TACK, secretary of the
National Bnai Br i t h Vocational
Guidance Commission, has been
appointed executive director of
Bnai Brith Women District 4,
which includes eight Western

states, Hawaii and British Colum-
bia. She will direct and coordinate
the activities of the 25,000 Bnai
Brith women in the district as of
July 1. Mrs. Tack is a past presi-
dent of District 6, of the Detroit
Women's Council, and of Detroit
Lodge Chapter.

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Friday, June 11, 1965-25

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