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March 10, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-10

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22—Friday, March 10, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Shalom Plans Purim Fete

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A- 1.th ,Activities

TIKVAH CHAPTER will hold
its 21st installation of officers noon
Tuesday at Beth Hillel Synagogue.
A luncheon will be served. Mrs.
Leon Dreylinger, past president
of Bnai Brith Womens Council,
will install Mesdames Phillip Ros-
sen, president; Albert Sniderman,
Norman Silver, Bernard White-
man, and Charles Galin, vice
presidents; George Lewis, treas-
urer; William Rothenberg, Harry
Mendelson, Sol Lumberg, Sam
Sweet and Sam Deutch, secretaries
and Jack Weinberg, counselor.

Those present at a planning committee meeting for Cong. Beth
Shalom Purim dinner-dance, to be held March 26, from left:
seated, Rabbi Mordecai S. Halpern, Mrs. Norman Goldman, ticket
chairman; Frank Nelson, president of the congregation; Dr.
Sidney S. Hertz, who will host the leadership reception in advance
of the dinner-dance, and Mrs. Seymour Barenholtz, phone squad
chairman; standing, Charles Brasch, Mrs. Lawrence Raizman,
Charles Isackson, David Klein, Mrs. Saul Leff and Herbert Cohen.
Not shown is Mrs. Charles Factor, sisterhood president. Gen.
Ariel Sharon, commander of military training for Israel's defense
forces, will be the guest speaker, and Lew Norman, humorist, will
be guest artist. The affair, on behalf of Israel Bonds, will be held
in the Beth Shalom Social Hall. For reservations call the synagogue,
LI 7-7970 or DI 1-5707.

'Woman's World' to Spin Through 2 Days
of Activity at Shaarey Zedek Synagogue

RABBI MANDEL M. ZAGER
CHAPTER will hold its annual
installation of officers 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Beth Hillel Syna-
gogue. Cantor Moses Serensen of
Beth Aaron Synagogue, accom-
panied by Bernard Wilkins at the
piano, will entertain. Mrs. Harry
Bodzin, past president of Metro-
politan Bnai Brith Womens Coun-
cil will be the installing officer;
Mrs. Jack Brickner, installation
chairman; and Mrs. Bernard Dosie,
mistress of ceremonies. The fol-
lowing officers will be installed:
Mesdames Louis Kramer, presi-
dent; Philip Goren, Morris Golden,
and John Markowitz, vice presi-
dents; Abe Kole, treasurer; Louis
Richman, Jack Fine, Robert Alvin
and Harry Levine, secretaries;
and Sam Bernstein, chaplain. Re-
freshments will be served. Hus-
bands are invited.

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will hold its 22nd annual
installation of officers 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Sholom Aleichem
Institute. Mrs. Jack Sayles, mem-
ber of the board of directors of
district six will install the follow-
ing officers: Mesdames Carl Lich-
tenstein, president; David Ger-
shon, Robert Rudman, and Albert
Meister, vice presidents; Benjamin
Siegel, treasurer; Belle Leiderman,
Sidney Miller, Charles Dworin,
Joe Roman, Joseph Bain and David
Kahn, secretaries. Phyllis Pull-
berg Eisenstein will sing, accom-
panied by Betty Polan. A social
hour will follow. Husbands are
invited.
* *
ALBERT EINSTEIN CHAPTER
will hold its 12th annual installa-
tion luncheon noon Wednesday at
Mayfair Caterers. Those to be in-
stalled are Mesdames Nathan
Nothman, president; Henry Lee,
Saul Tatarka and Kuschel Yaffe,
vice presidents; Nathan Greenspan,
treasurer, Joseph Berman, Leon
Gutman, David Rosenberg and
Bernard Hirsch, secretaries; and
Felix Rosenzweig, councilor. For
luncheon reservations contact Mrs.
Nathan Berman, ticket chairman,
LI 7-4685, or Mrs. Norman Horo-
witz, installation chairman, DI
1-2940.
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*
REX CHAPTER will hold its
annual installation 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Bnai Brith Women's
Council President Mrs. David Le-
vine will install Mesdames Milton
Ross, president; Malcolm Simon,
Harold Rayberg and Seymour Al-
bert, vice presidents; Morry Bar-
ron, treasurer; Frank Blase, finan-
cial secretary. Guests are welcome.
Refreshments will be served.

Mr., Mrs. W. Burton
Honored on 50th Year

MR. AND MRS. BURTON

Mr. and Mrs. William Burton of
Griggs Ave. celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary recently at a
party given in their honor by their
children Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Monte Levitt,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bakst and their
nine grandchildren.

French Jurist
Isaac Adolphe Cremieux, a 19th
Century French statesman, was the
first Jew to serve as minister of
justice in France. He was credited
with introducing numerous judicial
reforms.

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ist; and Mrs. Goldie Adler.
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of a woman's life and interests. this project. Mrs. Jay Golub and to Bnai Brith senior citizens and
"The Woman and Finance," will be Mrs. Sidlow are consultants; and their guests. Admission is free.
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
discussed by Miss Dana; Miss Keith Mrs. Davis Benson is coordinator.
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
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