Harold Dubin Marries
Miss Charlotte Hyams
MRS. HAROLD DUBIN
Charlotte Hyams and Harold
Dubin were united in marriage at
a recent Sunday afternoon cere-
mony at Adas Shalom Synagogue,
with Rabbis Jacob E. Segal and
A. Irving Schnipper and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel officiating.
The couple's parents are Mrs.
Gertrude Hyams of Wisconsin Ave.
and the late Lewis Hyams and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dubin of Union
The bride, given in marriage by
her brother, Jonathan David, was
attended by her sister, Mrs. Sim-
Son Sendler, as matron of honor;
Mrs. Alfred Hyams, Mrs. Norman
Zamczyk and Sheilah Goldberg as
bridesmaids; Linda Lerman as
junior bridesmaid; and Laurie
Anne Sendler as flower girl.
Mr. Dubin's best man was his
brother-in-law, Sidney Lerman,
and his ushers were Joel Behr-
mann; Alfred Hyams, the bride's
Leo Burg, Nathan Chalnick, Irwin
Chandler, Lillian Nager, Judith Le-
vin and May Blechman. On the
educational policies committee arc
Florence Brownfain, Herman Doo-
ha, Walter Frazis, Jack Koretz,
Mary Ravin, Martin Wechsler, Rita
Girslunan, Joyce Palmer and Mil-
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
gave $1.250 for the Israel Emer-
gency Fund and a $500 Bond to
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CHABAD STUDY G R OUP will
meet 4 p.m. Saturday. at the home
of Mrs. Charles V i k s e r, 20123
Lauder. The guest speaker will be
Rabbi Moshe Polter announces
Mrs. Adina Jerusalem, chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Nusbaum
will host a full-course dinner party
for friends in the garden of their
home, 10700 Oak Park Blvd., Oak
Park, 5 p.m. July 23. Proceeds
will go to Israel. Mrs. Nusbaum
is vice president of Kinneret
Chapter, Pioneer Women.
Zionist Institute. Mrs. Harold
Noveck will review "The Chosen"
by Chaim Potok. Guests are in-
vited. There will be a nominal
charge. For information, call Mrs.
Alex Schreir, LI 2-5965.
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BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Jack
Berent, 18307 Tracy. An afternoon
of games is planned. Guests are
invited. For information, call Mrs.
Phillip Fields, president, 398-0410.
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P RIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold a board meeting
Monday 8:30 p.m. at the home of
Mrs. Joseph Rodman, 14270 La-
Belle, Oak Park. President, Mrs.
Manuel Neiman announces that
plans will be formulated to help
the Israel Emergency Fund.
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NCJW Tackles Women's Status Issue
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couple honeymooned in pointed Mesdames Sarah Jacob-
son and Lydia Slakter vice presi-
Boston and Cape Cod.
dents, and Jean Weintraub to
serve 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday
Jewish Parents Institute
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
at Downtown USO.
will hold its annual garden party
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Elects Harold Gales
T u e s d a y at the home of Mrs.
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD Eugene Rosen, 31800 Lahser Rd.,
The Jewish Parents Institute
announces the election of Harold STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m. Birmingham. Luncheon and games
Gales as president; Aaron Sherman, Saturday at the home of Mrs. at 12:30 p.m. For reservations call
vice president;• Beatrice Can- Samuel Kaufman. 18049 R,eselawn. Mrs. Emil Spilman, EL 6-7891 or
chester, secretary and Jack Stein, Guest speaker will be Rabbi Kauf- Mrs. Neil Kalaf, VE 6-9619. Friends
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On the governing board are
Janet Halper, Sylvia Rubin, Alan
JERICHO REBEKAH LODGE
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER.
Warnick, Bernard Weinstein, Jack will hold open house 8 p.m. Thurs- Mizrachi Women, will hold its
Stein, Arlene Goldberg, - Sheldon day at Jericho Temple to honor annual summer lawn party 12:30
Levin, Marvin Golden, Marvin Sam and Eva Mann, who are visit- p.m. July 26, at the home of Mrs
Katz, Ray Adler, Beatrice Can- ing from California. Friends are Max Mendelsohn, 19190 Prairie.
chester, Harold Gales, Morris Hul- invited.
Games and luncheon are planned.
er, Seymour Rowe and Aaron
The institute committee includes
Nathan Wolok President
Radomer Aid to Install
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold their installation cere-
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
LADIES OF YESHIVATH BETH
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Workmen's Circle Center.
YEHUDAH and WOMEN'S SAB- Mizrachi Women, recently saw its
Saul Ager has been appointed
BATH LEAGUE will be guests at officers installed by Mrs. William
a midsummer luncheon sponsored Levin, president of the ladies'i chairman.
New officers are president. Na-
by Mrs. Norman Cottler noon auxiliary of the Jewish National
Tuesday at Beth Tefilo Emanuel Fund. They are Mesdames Harry than Wolok; vice president, Reta
Tikvah Synagogue. Mrs. Milton Portnoy, president; Sam Freedman. Ager; treasurer, Esther Wolok;
Wins t o n, president, announces Lil Varnen, Bertha Bessman and secretaries, Shirley Finkel and
there will be a special program. David Liebow, vice presidents; Lillian Katz- Trustees, Saul Karpf
The social committee, headed by Louis Bigman, treasurer; and Jack and Sam Rubin; sergeant-at-arms.
Samuel Slakter; sunshine commit-
Mrs. Walter Epstein, will be as- Stevens, financial secretary.
tee, Esther llalpern and Ray
sisted by Mesdames Rose Biele-
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Weinma n; hnorary cemetery
wich, Arthur Cutler, Harold Kap-
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi chairman, Nathan Wolok; and pub-
lan, Philip Pont, Esther Sachs,
Aron Sandweiss and Julius Spiel- Women, will hold an Israel Vic- licity Lydia Slakter and Bessie
berg. Proceeds will go toward tory Dinner 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Adler.
scholarship funds for the Yeshiva. the Whitehall Apartments club
house, Southfield. For reservations,
call Mrs. Sol Lessman, hostess,
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358-3138, or Mrs. Benno Levi, 544-
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women, 4592.
Free Custom Fitting by
will hold its yearly picnic begin-
ning noon Wednesday at the chil-
HANITA CHAPTER, Pioneer
dren's playground at Palmer Park.
15842 W. 7 MILE ROAD
Women, will hold a luncheon to
Guests are invited to bring their
3 Blks. W. of Greenfield
benefit the Israel Emergency Fund
Open to 6 p.m., Mon. thru Sat.
lunch. Books will be auctioned.
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Labor
ROSENWALD LADIES AUXIL-
brother; Jack Schon; and Martin
IARY, American Legion, has ap-
Lerman, junior usher.
Friday, July 14, 1967-19
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Leaders of major Jewish women's organizations sign petition
sponsored by the National Council of Jewish Women urging re-
interpretation of status of women under Jewish law. The signing
ceremony, held at the NCJW executive committee meeting recently
in New York, is part of the NCJW effort to get widespread effort
for the petition, which was drawn up by the International Council
of Jewish Women. Shown at the ceremony are (from left) Mrs.
Eleanor Schwartz of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods;
Mrs. H. Herbert Rossman of the National Women's League of the
United Synagogues of America, Mrs. Solomon Gelfand of Hadassah
and Mrs. Rose Kaufman of Pioneer Women. Observing the signing
are (front left) Mrs. Joseph Willen, NCJW honorary vice president;
Mrs. Frank Cohen, chairman of the NCJW Committee on Women
Under Jewish Law; Detroiter Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner, NCJW
national president; and Mrs. Ronald Brown, president of the Inter-
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