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June 17, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-06-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22 — Friday, June 17, 1966

Sharon Be::: Engaged
to Lawrence Ruzumna

Levitan, Crystal Honored by Bnai Brith;
Panush Assumes Council Leadership

Two Bnai Brith men were given Council, at a dinner at Imperial
high honors Wednesday night, at Caterers.
Louis Levitan was presented
the installation of the Bnai Brith
with an award for his many serv-
ices in the movement's behalf since
he assumed the post here eight
years ago as manager of the Israel
Bond office. The plaque presented
to him expressed gratitude for his
many efforts in behalf of Bnai
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will Brith projects.
Hy Crystal, the movement's ex-
hold a paid-up membership petite
buffet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the ecutive director, was commended
home of Mrs. Harold Keller, 20960 for his dedicated labors. He was
Potomac, Southfield. Mrs. Alfred presented with a color TV set.
Gifts also were presented, in ap-
Lakin, past president of District 6,
will be the guest speaker. Dues are preciation of their efforts during
payable at the door. For reserva- the past year to Mesdames Joan
tions, call chairman, Mrs. Lyle Kalef, Pearl Handelman and Mor-
ris Blechman.
Parr, LI 8-7682.
Bernard Panush, who assumed
* * *
office as president of the Bnai
Brith Council, outlined a pro-
Virgin Islands Governor
gram of action in his acceptance
Heads Local Bnai Brith
speech. He pointed to the need
ST. THOMAS, V.I. (JTA)—Gov. for greater effort in education,
Ralph M. Paiewonsky, of the among the youth and in behalf of
Virgin Islands, :75,4 Israel.
was installed'
New officers were installed by
June 13 as pres-
Louis E. Barden. Honors, includ-
ident of the Sas-
ing gifts from several groups and
so-Cardoze Lodge
from his family, were presented
of Bnai Brith.
to the retiring Council president,
Samuel G. Bank.
He is the first
Nathan Rubenstein presided over
official of h i s
rank to head a
the ceremonies as toastmaster. Pro-
gram participants included Alfred
Bnai Brith lodge
while in public Paiewonsky
H. Bounin, Sol Moss, Mrs. David
office. Gov. Paiewonsky is a char- Levine, Julius Kahn, Milton M.
ter member of the lodge, which Weinstein, Harry Cohen, Mrs. Carl
was established in 1964.
Pearl, Morris Direnfeld.

Onat Oritit

A- ctivities

MISS SHARON BEZ



Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Bez, of
Indiana Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Sharon
Nina .to Dr. Lawrence Ruzumna,
son of Mrs. Barnett Ruzumna, of
Appoline Ave. and the late Mr.
Ruzumna.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Michigan where
she earned her bachelor of science
degree, and has received her doc-
tor juris degree in law at Wayne
State University. She has also at-
tended Sophie Newcomb College
in New Orleans and Berkeley Col-
lege of the University of California.
Passing the bar in 1965, she has,
since that time, been employed as
law clerk for Judge Albert Lee
Stephens of the Federal District
Court of Los Angeles.
The bridegroom-to-be is a grad-
uate of the Wayne State Univer-
sity College of Medicine and has
been affiliated with Alpha Omega
Alpha, honorary medical frater-
nity. He is presently completing
internship at the Los Angeles
County Hospital. After their mar-
riage, they will leave for Wash-
ington, D.C. to receive their as-
signment for overseas duty with
the Peace Corps in- the Public
Health Serviee.

Doctors Honored
by Sinai Hospital

Dr. Melvyn Rubenfire has been
selected Sinai Hospital of Detroit
Intern of the Year, Dr. Paul A.
Goodman was selected resident of
the year and Dr. Arnold Axelrod
was named attending physician of
the year.
The awards were made at the
annual alumni day activities of
the Sinai Hospital Alumni Associ-
ation, the organization. of physi-
cians and dentists who are grad-
uates of Sinai's education pro-
gram.
The awards to Drs. Axelrod and
Goodman are based on their con-
tributions to intern education. The
intern award is based on the per-
formance and potential of the in-
dividual.
Dr. Goodman, a graduate of the
University of Michigan ..who in-
terned at Sinai, is now a. second-
year resident in pathology. Dr.
Rubenfire, a graduate of Wayne -
State University, will begin a res-
idency in medicine at Sinai in
July.
The Harry August Award, given
to the outstanding resident in psy-
Chiatry, was received by third-
year resident Dr. Samuel Sand-
weiss.

Canadian Society to Aid
Weizmann Institute

MONTREAL (JTA) — The form-
al establishment of a Canadian
Society for the Weizmann Insti-
tute of Science in Rehovot, Israel,
was announced here by Henry
Benson, chairman of the provi-
sional committee of the society,
who said that the group had been
granted a federal charter and tax
deduction status.

It is not enough to aim, you
must hit. — Amer. proverb.

Jewish Center's 40 - Year History
Graphically Portrayed at Annual
Meeting; Past Presidents Honored

An impressive narration, illus-
trated with slides, graphically por-
trayed the history of the Jewish
Community Center's 40 years of
activities, at the annual meeting
held June 9.
With more than 250 in attend-
ance at the dinner meeting, former
presidents and their families and
participants in the Center's numer-
ous projects joined in recalling
the events of the past.
Previous centers — commencing
with the Hannah Schloss Building
on East High Street — continuing
through eras when the center pro-
grams were in buildings on Rowe-
na, East Philadelphia, Melbourne,
Woodward and West Davison—
leading up to the current efforts on

Gets WICS Award

Mrs. William Cooper of
Washington, the first president of
Women in Community Services,
Inc., receives "Volunteer of the
Year" a wa r d from Sargent
Shriver at WICS' recent an-
nual meeting. Mrs. Cooper is a
leader of the National. Council
of Jewish Women, whose mem-
bers, together with those of the
National Council of Catholic
Women, National Council of
Negro W o m e n and United
Church Women, comprise WICS.
The unique interracial and inter-
religious organization r e crults
and screens disadvantaged teen
girls for the federal Women's
Job Corps. WICS chapters
around the country are now also
developing local projects to as-
sist these girls under Community
Action Programs.

Honor Gelfand
on 70th Birthday

A family gathering of Farband
Branch 114, to be held at 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Labor Zionist
Institute, will be addressed by
Movsas Goldoftas. A new Israel
movie will be shown, Morris
Gefland, president announced.
Gelfand will be honored at this
gathering on the occasion of his
70th birthday. Members and their
families are invited to participate
in the honors to be accorded him.

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Truly the finest Music and
an impressive history.
Eentertainment for the discriminating
Milton J. Miller, the present
president, presided, and a re-
view of the results of plans
made for the 40th anniversary
celebration was given by the
chairman of the anniversary com- i Lincoln 5-8614
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The role of the professional in
center work was outlined by the
Center director, Irwin Shaw, and
We Make Our Own Glasses
a greeting was brought from the
Jewish Welfare Federation by Hy-
HEADQUARTERS FOR
man Safran. The invocation was
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
given by Rabbi M. Robert Syme.
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
Engraved resolutions adopted

PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
by the Center board were present-
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Relatives of four departed ex-
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presidents who accepted the certif-
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Past presidents who accepted
the awards at the dinner
were: Nate S. Shapero, Meyer L.
Prentis, Judge Charles Rubiner,
Mrs. Samuel Glogower, Samuel H.
Rubiner, Morris Garvett, Harvey
H. Goldman, Jacob L. Keidan,
Samuel Frankel and Charles H.
Gershenson.
During the brief business meet-
ing, N. Brewser Broder, Dr. Nor-
man Drachler and George D. Keil
were elected members of the board
• SPORT and DRESS
for three year terms. Re-elected
for a three-year term :Were: Mrs.
SHIRTS
Charles Abramson, Mrs. Sidney. J.
Allen, Dr. Abraham Becker, Lester
• SWEATERS
S. Burton, Mrs. Arthur :I. Gould,
Dr. Joseph 0. Grant, John. R.. Her-
• BERMUDA SHORTS
man, Mrs. Miles Jaffe, Malcolm S.
Lowenstein, Jack W. Milen, Max
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J. Pincus and Saul J. Rubin.
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Jacob L. Keidan reported for
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