a a c
• • •
omen's u,a tivities
Music Study Club, at its year-end
luncheon, installed Mesdames Nor-
man Allan, presi-
dent; Mark How-
ard and Ben
and Harvey Si-
ies; and Samuel
, treasurer. Elect-
ed to the board of
directors were Mesdames George
Bassin, George Kerwin, L. P. Mil-
ler, Max Reich, Sheldon Schwartz
and Albert J. Eilber.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
installed as its new president Mrs.
Benjamin Weiss. Assisting her are
Mesdames Jerome Lechner, Irving
Tennenhouse, Sol Grand and
James Kovacs, vice presidents;
Theodore Kohn, Julia Sender.
Louis Neuman and Albert Migdal,
secretaries; Daniel Welber, treas-
urer; Harry Gunsberg, chaplain;
Harry Markle, parliamentarian.
* * *
BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
announces its new officers are
Mesdames David Moss, president;
Milford Molodofsky, Leo Schwartz,
and Martin Kopel, vice presidents;
Charles Factor, treasurer; Abe
Tuttleman, Alfred Goldstein and
Arthur Prog, secretaries; and Max
BRANDEI S UNIVERSITY NA-
TIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE,
Detroit Chapter, will hold an open
meeting 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
gardens of the S. Alfred Taubman
residence, 28755 Bell, Southfield.
A new color movie of the univer-
sity will be shown. Mesdames Her-
bert Burdick (president-elect),
Theodore Birnkrant, Oscar Band,
Samuel Caplan and Oscar Zeman,
delegates to the national confer-
ence, will report on the recent
parley. Installation of officers also
is scheduled and members and
guests are invited to bring books
to be contributed to the New
Books for Old Sale. For informa-
tion on pick-up services, call Mrs.
Theodore Birnkrant, vice president
of projects, LI 2-2839. At the elec-
tion of officers, Mrs. Milton Sor-
ock was elected chairman of the
nominating committee, and Mrs.
* * *
Aubrey Goldman board member
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT for a three-year term. Their names
CLUB will hold its closing meet- were omitted from last week's list.
(More Clubs — Page 25)
ing of the year 8:30 p.m. Monday
at the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Newly elected President Mrs. Mor-
ris Greenberg, announces plans
will be discussed for the donor
luncheon, to be held in November
Free Custom Fitting by
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and August. Refreshments will be
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Infants Service Group has in-
stalled the following officers: Mes-
dames Louis Malkin, president, for
a second term; Louis Davis, Wil-
fred L. Katz and Saul Ginsburg,
Sam Katz and
ensk y, Nathan
H. Freeman and
secretaries; Nor- Mrs. Malkin
man Jaffee, memorial fund; Jerry
Baker, happy day fund; Philip
Rosenbaum, and Marshall Moss,
sunshine; Sidney Konikow, com-
munity relations; and Sidney Co-
hen and Nathan Silvers, delegates.
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