30—Friday, April 14, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Plan Regional Hadassah Conclave
1Irs. Hauser Slated
to Remain 11 omen's
James Budman to Take
Bride, Miss Joan Freed
B-G's Birthday on Film
at Odessa Celebration
Odessa Progressive Aid Society
will celebrate Israel's 19th birth-
day 9 p.m. Saturday at Cong. Beth
Yehudab, it was announced by
Morris Galer, president. Chairman
of the Yom HaAtzmaut celebration
is Samuel H. Belkin.
Louis E. Levitan, director of the
Detroit Israel Bond Organization,
will be guest speaker, and a movie
of David Ben-Gurion's 80th birth-
day celebration will be shown. Re-
freshments and Israeli wine will
be served. The affair is on behalf
of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser has been
re-nominated for president of the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation by a nominat-
ing committee under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Benjamin Jones.
Elections will take place at the
annual meeting of the division,
June 7, at the Jewish Center.
Mrs. Alfred L. Deutsch and Mrs.
Max Stollman were re-nominated
as vice presidents. Also nominated
for vice presidencies were Mrs.
Former Detroiter RABBI KALIL
Joseph Jackier and Mrs. Melvin
S. ROSENBERG, spiritual head of
Cong. A h a v a t h Achim of Col-
chester, Conn. has been appointed
Mrs. George M. Stutz was nomi-
assistant rabbi of Temple of Aaron
nated to be corresponding secre-
in St. Paul, Minn. Rabbi Rosen-
tary and Mrs. Hugh W. Greenberg
berg, his wife Diana and their
for recording secretary.
children will leave Colchester
Nominated for the board of di-
Dr. and Mrs. Zangwill H. Freed
rectors of the division for an addi- of Peoria, announce the engage- at the end of June, with a brief
stop-over in Detroit.
tional three-year term are Mes-
dames Herman A. August, Merle ment of their daughter, Joan El
Harris, Seymour R. Jones, Ben
Mossman, Leo Orecklin, Henry of Mrs. Helen Weisberg Budman
Pariser, Harold A. Robinson, and of Woodstock Ave., and Mr. Albert
Making plans for the Michigan Region Hadassah Conference,
Isadore Winkelman. '
Budman of Lafayette Plaissance.
scheduled for May 16-18 in Detroit, are (from left) Mesdames
New nominees for a three-year
Miss Freed is a junior at Michi-
Morris A. Wayne, conference chairman, Mrs. Reuben Bienstock,
term are Mesdames Daniel E. gan State University, where she is
Mrs. David Schachter, conference chairman, and Ivan Meisner, De.
Cohn, John N. Grekin, Jerome B. majoring in education. She is pre-
troit Chapter conference chairman. The parley, to be held at Howard
Grossman, Joseph Jackier, Miles sident of Sigma Delta Tau Soror-
Johnson's Motor Lodge on Grand Blvd., will include workshop
Jaffe, Barney Keywell, Julien
ity. Mr. Budman is a graduate of
sessions, election of officers, awards for fund-raising and member-
Pricer and Norman H. Rosenfeld. Michigan State, where he was a
ship achievements and a banquet 7 p.m. May 17. Mrs. Morris Adler,
Mrs. Norman D. Katz is a nomi- member of Zeta Beta Tau Frater-
a former chapter president, will be honored at the opening luncheon
nee for two years to fill an un- nity.
May 16. Others helping in the arrangements are Mesdames Ben
A July wedding is planned.
Lindenbaum, Samuel Cohl, George Parzen and Robert Drews.
Mrs. Harry E. August and Mrs.
For Good Photographs
Abraham Cooper were nominated
and Prompt Service
Call Me at
for additional three-year terms to
the advisory service council of the
board. Mrs. Philip R. Marcuse and
Mrs. Seymour J. Frank are new
Weddings — Bar Mitzvahs
We Come to Your Home
Nominated as representatives to
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Beth Abraham Sisterhood will
the board of governors of the
If No Answer Call DI 1-6847
present the Meadow Brook Play-
Jewish Welfare Federation for one-
ers, under the direction of John
year terms are Mrs. Hauser and
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Fernald, at its "Let's Sparkle
With Our Diamond Jubilee" donor
Members of the nominating com-
luncheon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in
mittee, in addition to Mrs. Jones,
the social hall.
are Mesdames Samuel A. Aaron,
A catered luncheon including
Philip R. Marcuse, Emil Rothman,
a special plate for weight watch-
Hyman Safran, Milton A. Weiss
ers on request, will be served,
and Oscar M. Zemon.
and there will be a variety of
Additional nominations may be
made by petition signed by 25
Mrs. Fred Grossman, chairman,
members of the women's division
is assisted by co-chairmen Mrs.
and submitted at least one week
Alvin Cohen and Mrs. Sheldon
in advance of the annual meeting
Fishman and their planning com-
on June 7.
Every woman who contributed to
For reservations, call Mrs. Louis
the 1967 Allied Jewish Campaign
MRS. DAVID WEISS
Last, UN 1-5488, or Mrs. Gross-
We Will Close at Noon Monday, April 24th
is a member of the Women's Di-
man. DI 1-6379.
and Re-open Sunday, May 7th
Barbara Harriet Lynn became vision and is entitled to vote at
the bride of David Bruce Weiss the annual meeting.
recently in a ceremony at Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Parents of the couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lynn of
Eastwood Ave., Oak Park, and
20434 W. 7 MILE RD.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weiss of
Selkirk Ave., Southfield.
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The bride wore a gown of Alen- field, charter members of Temple
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Attending the bride were
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Weiss and Wilma Zaft. Mrs.
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Gerald Weiss was matron of
MR. AND MRS. GOODMAN
Ushers were Dr. Norman Lynn, extended cruise in May and will
Stephen Millman, Stephen Paull, celebrate their golden wedding an- *
Leslie Terner and Robert Weiss. niversary.
Gerald Weiss was best man.
The Goodmans are taking the
Following a honeymoon trip to European and Israel cruise as the
Mexico City and Acapulco, the 50th wedding anniversary gift of
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