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June 03, 1966 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24--Friday, June 3, 1966

Mr.,111rs. L eon Lipshaw
Honeymoon in West

MRS. LEON LIPSHAW

Leslie Ann London, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. London,
633 Lake Park Dr., Birmingham,
and Leon A. Lipshaw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Lipshaw, 999 Whit-
more Rd., were recently united by
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal in a cere-
mony, at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel.
The bride wore a slim-lined silk
crepe gown with removable chapel-
length train and trimmed with tiers
of Alencon lace on the sleeves
A delicate Swedish crown of seed
pearls secured her elbow-length
silk illusion veil, and she carried
Cymbidium orchids and English

ivy.

Jane Hangstefer served as maid
of honor. Ronald Morrison was best
man.
After a wedding trip to San
Francisco, the couple will reside on
Coolidge Rd., Huntington Woods.

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JWV

DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
will install officers 8:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
* *
YETZ-COHEN LADIES AUX-
ILIARY will meet 8 p.m. Monday,
at the home of Ruth Levin, 23526
Rensselaer, Oak Park.

* * *

Michigan JWV
to Convene Here

Commander Charles Isackson
and President Mrs. Jerry Dale of
the Department of Michigan, Jew-
/ ish War Veterans, have announced
the appointment of Jack Schwartz,
past department commander, and
Mrs. Jack Iden, past department
president and chief of staff, as
chairmen of the Silver Anniver-
sary Department Convention to be
held June 17-19 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
Convention activities will begin
with a luncheon and, that evening,
an oneg Shabbot at the hotel.
Sabbath services will be at-
tended Saturday at Cong. Beth
Shalom, whose spiritual leader,
Rabbi Mordecai Halpern is the
department of Michigan's chap-
lain. The banquet honoring
Isackson and Mrs. Dale, will be
held 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Reg-
istration Sunday wil begin at
8:30 a.m. at the hotel, followed
by business sessions until 4 p.m.
During the organization's mem-
orial services on Sunday morning,
a special eulogy to the late Rabbi
Morris Adler will be offered. Rab-
bi Adler was a member of Shalom
Post, JWV, and a past national
chaplain. -
Scholarships to two outstanding
young members of the community
will be presented Sunday. The $250
scholarships are given by the de-
partment annually to two high
school graduates who are children
of veterans. Mrs. Irving Silk and
Sol Glosser are scholarship chair-
men for the department.
A citation will be presented to
the ladies department from the
U.S. Treasury Department for the
sale of savings bonds.-

Bernard Famish Elected President
of Detroit's Bnai Brith Council

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council, at its annual elec-
tion of officers May 26, elected
Bernard Panush to serve as the
27th president of the Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith Council.
He will be in-stalled at a dinner-
dance 7 p.m. June 15 at Imperial
Caterers.
To be installed with Panush are
vice presidents, Avram B. Charlip,
Max Kushner, Arthur Schott and
George Tarnoff; treasurer, Morris
Blechman; recording secretary,
Robert Reiss; assistant recording
secretary, Harry Oberstein; chap-
lain, Samuel G. Bank; nominees for
District Board of Governors, Sol
Moss and Harry Pearson; and trus-
tees, Harry Nathan, chairman, Hen-
ry Cohn, Alex Gottlieb, Herman
Kasoff, William Katz, Max Lieber-
man, Dan Pevos, Sol Superfon,
Louis Wasserman and Bernard
Whiteman.
Participating in the _evening's
program will be Julius Kahn, past
president of the council, who will
discharge the 1965-66 officers;
Louis E. Barden, past president of
council, installing officer; Morris
Direnfeld, National ADL commis-
sioner; Alfred H. Bowan, national
commissioner of Adult Jewish Ed-
ucation; Milton M. Weinstein, na-
tional commissioner of the Bnai

BERNARD PANUSH

Brith. Hillel Commission; Samuel
G. Bank, retiring president; Sol
Moss, member of Bnai Brith Dis-
trict 6 Board of Governors; and
Mrs. David Levine, president of
the Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit.
Installation chairman is Nathan
Rubenstein, a member of the board
of governors of Bnai Brith District
6. Others on the committee are
Herman Kasoff, Judge Charles
Kaufman, Sol Superfon, Harry

Activities

Men's Clubs

BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
elected the following officers:
Weinberger, Sol Moss, David Bitt- Theodore Scholnick, presiderit;
ker, James N. Laker, Morris Zorn, Fred Grossman and Bernard
Clara Blechman, Pearl Handelman Lichtenstein, vice presidents; Ed-
and Hy Crystal, executive director ward Rice, treasurer; Marvin Fox-
of the Detroit Council.
man, Edward Bunin, and Harry
Panush has served as a vice Zeltzer, secretaries; Isadore Schon,
president of the Bnai Brith sergeant at arms; and Irving Adler,
Council for the past three years. Irving Goldfarb, Morris Davis and
In addition to the many Coun- Harry Left, board members to
cil offices that he held, he is a serve a three-year term.
* * *
past president of Tikvah Lodge,
Bnai Brith.
DETROIT BUSINESS MEN'S
He served for two years as the GROUP, City of Hope, will have
chairman of the Bnai Brith Youth Dr. Eugene Roberts, chairman of
Organization Michigan Regional biochemistry of the City of Hope
Board and as chairman of the Pilot Medical Center, in Duarte,
Bnai Brith Council committee on Calif., as honored guest at a din-
adult Jewish education.
ner-meeting • 6:30 p.m., Thursday
In July, Panush will retire as in the Furniture Club of Detroit.
director of the Beth Aaron Reli-
gious School, a position he has Colombo in Judge's Race
held for the last 18 years. He
Robert J. Colombo has an-
is a past president of the Educa-
tors Directors Council of Metro- nounced his candidacy for the Rec-
politan Detroit and is an active order's Court bench. A native De-
board member of the Jewish His- troiter, he has been a practicing
attorney for more than 14 years.
torical Society.
Panush is the head accountant He is a graduate of the University
for the City of Detroit Department of Detroit and attended Gesu Ele-
of Public Works and a past presi- mentary School and the University
dent of the Governmental Account- of Detroit High School.
ing Association.
SUPERB FULL-COURSE
Mr. and Mrs. Panush of Rose-
lawn Ave., are the parents of two
children, Ellen, a senior at the
University of Michigan; and Ric-
PRIVATE MEETING ROOM
COMPLETE FACILITIES FOR PARTIES,
hard, who with his wife Rena
BANQUETS, STAGS — SPECIAL RATES
live in Ann Arbor, where he is
a junior at the University of

STEAK DINNERS

Michigan Medical School.

The installation ceremony June
15 is open to the public. After din-
ner and the installation, there will
be dancing to the music of Eric
Rosenow and his Continentals.
For information and reserva-
tions, call the- Council office, 341-
0863.

STANIA

N)

STEAMER

N. Crystal, executive director,
STEAM BATS ANL) IMAM.= CLUB
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
STEAM ROOM • MASSAGES • SUN BATH
Council. New officers are Leo
EXERCISE ROOM • SLUMBER LOUNGE
Hollender, president; Morris Berk,
RECREATION LOUNGE with RESTAURANT
Melvin Bernstein and Elliot
COOLIDGE HWY. at CAPITAL • OAK PARK
Weber vice presidents; Louis Gut-
(bet. 8 and 9 Mile) Phone 544-3611
ter, recording secretary; Eugene
Pearlman, assistant; Sam Fried-
man, corresponding secretary; Leo
Feber, financial secretary; Sam
Selikowitz, treasurer; Sherman
THE
Goldman, assistant chaplain; Jer-
I A
ry Maza, warden; and Richard
ME
11
I
Lipin, guardian. Barney Levine,
outgoing president, assumes the
office of chaplain. Trustees are
David Brodman, Rod Burke, Ed-
ORCHESTRA
ward Burke, Isadore Gussin, Jo-
CALL:
LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
seph Gutterman; Rabbi Seymour
Pantiz, Morris Plotnick, Jack Pol-
lack, Nathan Rose, Arthur I. Sha-
piro, Sol Steinberg, Irving Waser-
We Make Our Own Glasses
man and Hy Wasser. For dinner
HEADQUARTERS FOR
reservations, call the lodge office,
DI 1-3069. Members who are un-
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
able to attend the dinner are
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
invited to attend the installation
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER 9 p.m.
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
will hold their annual paid-up
ACCURATELY FILLED
membership party 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
• Immediate Repair
• Reasonably Priced
ter. Games and prizes will be the
highlight of the evening, with .a
late supper following. Prospective
The fifth national convention of
members are invited.
the Society of Israel Philatelists
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
* * *
in Washington, D.C., honored De-
OAK
PARK,
MICH.
LI 7-5068
BRANDEIS CHAPTER will hold troiters Eric Lind, for his many
Hours:
Daily
and
Saturday
9:30
a.m.
to
6
p.m.
articles
on
Holy
Land
and
Judaic
its next board meeting 8:30 p.m.
Thursdays to 9 p.m.
Monday at the home of Mrs. Jo- philately, and Irvin Girer for his
seph Eichner, 19997 Marlowe. efforts during the year as the na-
Hostesses will be Mesdames Sam tional public relations director.
Delegates to the convention at-
Stewart, Joseph Bain and Sam
tended a reception given by the
Berk.
Embassy of Israel in honor of the
* * *
Pisgah Lodge will hold its Society.
Girer was elected to national
108th annual installation of offi-
cers with a dinner-dance at the office as executive vice president
Labor Zionist Institute 7 p.m. and director of international af-
June 12. A cocktail hour will start fairs.
Members of the Detroit-Oak
at 6:30 p.m. Milton M. Weinstein,
commissioner of National Bnai Park Chapter appointed to nation-
Brith Hillel Foundation, will be al committees were Ken Torby,
master of ceremonies. The invoca- Dr. C. Salzberg, George Laksber-
tion will be delivered by Alfred H. ger, Lind, I. Goodman, D. Colton,
Bounin, member of the national George- Ohrenstein, J. Balog and
adult Jewish education commis- Girer.
The convention established an
1122 PURE BEEF
sion. Retirement
coltr2o kosher
educational fund for the dissemina-
of the 1965-66
Kashruth supervision by
tion of Israel philatelic informa-
fnankraRtgps
officers will be
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
tion to schools, synagogues and
by Meyer W.
other
educational
establishments,
Leib, past presi-
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
at no cost, for the futherance of
dent of Pisgah
and two steady Mashgichim
Israel philately among young col-
Lodge, presenta-
lectors. Donations to this fund will
tion of the past
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
be solicited world-wide and con-
president pin by
tributions
have
been
declared
as
Dan Levy, past
OFFICES:
WILNO KOSHER GENERAL
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60607
tax exempt by the Internal Reve-
president of Pis -
nue Department.
gah; and presen-.
SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA
tation of the gay-
Weinstein
Delicious fresh, canned or pick-
el by Leo Feber, another past
Distributed in Detroit and Michigan by:
president. The newly elected of- led peaches were a 3,00,000 bushel JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit
Tel.: UN 2-5820
ficers will be installed by Hyman crop in Michigan in 1965.

PHILIP HANDLER-EAST SIDE
LODGE will hold its 18th annual
installation of officers Wednes-
day, 8:30 p.m. at Boesky's Res-
taurant. Installing officer will be
Robert Venetianer, president,
Michigan Council Bnai Brith, and
past president of Philip Handler
Lodge. Installation chairman is
Morris Blechman. Officers are
Herbert Miller, president; Albert
Cooper, Stephen Losh and Gerard
Nakell, vice presidents; Morris
Blechman, secretary; Ben Colum-
bus, treasurer; Harold Marshall,
guardian; David Yamshon, warden;
and Jules Abrams, chaplai n.
Trustees are Ben Elkin, Louis
Fligman, Michael Harris, Norman
Litvin, William R u s k i n, Harry
Shapiro, Frank Silverman and all
past presidents. Entertainment
will feature Frank Paul, playing
his accordion and singing Yiddish
and English songs.
*
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