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November 10, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-10

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24—Friday, November 10, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BBYO Board Names New Chairman

Mrs. Harry Bodzin (center), new chairman of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization board of directors in Michigan, holds the gavel
that will direct proceedings of policy-making sessions for the com-
ing year. With her are (from left) Emanuel Mandel, director of
Michigan Region BBYO; Mrs. Henry P. Onrich, retiring chairman;
Mrs. Philip Fealk, past president of District 6 Bnai Brith Women,
who installed the new officers; and Morris Neirick of Chicago, Dis-
trict 6 BBYO director, who was keynote speaker at the annual
board meeting.

The board of directors of the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization,
policy-making body for the pro-
gram throughout the state relating
to 1,700 teen-agers and young
adults, elected Mrs. Harry Bodzin
chairman.
Julius Kahn and Mrs. Sidney
Eidelman are vice-chairmen. The
new officers, all of whom are past-
presidents of their Bnai Brith Men
and Bnai Brith Women's Councils
in the Detroit area, have seen pre-
vious service on the board of direc-
tors.
Elected as delegates-at-large were
Rabbi Aaron Brander, George
Fleischer, Carl Hartman, Mrs. Irv-
ing Isaacs, Judge George Kent,
Mrs. Alan Nathan, Dr. Jack Perl-
man, Mrs. Joseph Rodman, Mrs.
Sanford Rosenthal, Mrs. Allen
Weitzman, Mrs. Bernard Bleifield,
Louis Ceifetz, Mrs. Louis Davis,
Phillip Edelheit, Mrs. Phillip Edel-
heit, Leo Hollander, Mrs. David
Levine, Burnett Thoryn, Robert
Yampolsky and Mrs. Philip Fealk.
Serving in ex-officio capacity
are Mitchell Lefton, Midwest

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AZA vice-president; Alan Sor-
kow, Detroit AZA Council Godol;
Joyce Keller, Detroit BBG Coun-
cil' president; Butch Barnes,
Great Lakes Council president,
of Flint; and Fred Sofferin, De-
troit YA council president. Also
Mrs. Alfred E. Lakin, national
BBYO commissioner, and Paul
Liebert of Grand Rapids, District
Grand Lodge No. 6 president.
Mrs. Henry Onrich, the past
chairman joins Bernard Panush
and Sol Superfon, who as past
chairmen are permanent members
of the board of directors.
The Michigan Region profession-
al staff serving the board are
Emanuel Mandel, director; Jerome
I. Weiss, assistant director; and
Frances Rubin, assistant director.

c8nat Drill:

Activities

LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will have a game night 8:15
p.m. Wednesday at Sholem Aleich-
em Institute. There will be prizes
and refreshments with no admis-
sion charge. Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Philip Fealk, past president
of District 6. Prospective members
invited.
* * *
LIVONIA LODGE will hold a
mixed bowling party 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Strike and Spare
Lanes, W. Maple Ave. and Tele-
graph. Prizes and refreshments
will be furnished after bowling.
* * *
MAURICE C. ZEIGER CHAP-
TER and LODGE will meet 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the Oak Park
branch of the Jewish Center. Speak-
er will be Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine
of Birmingham Temple. Guests
may attend. A social hour with
refreshments will follow.

DAYEN U

Dr. Gertrude Gass UHS Women to See Barbara Schwartz toBe
Sholem Aleichem Bride of Haskell Adler
Heads Shapero
School of Nursing Folk Operetta

Dr. Gertrude Z. Gass has been
appointed president of the Shapero
School of Nursing, it was announc-
ed by Nate S. Shapero, Sinai Hos-
pital president.
A native of Detroit, Dr. Gass
graduated from Central High
School and received her PhD in
psychology from the University of
Michigan. She is a faculty member
in the counseling
and psychother-
apy department
of the Merrill
Palmer Institute
of Human Deve-
lopment and Fam-
ily Life.
Among her pro-
fessional affilia-
tions are the
American Psycho-
Dr. Gass logical Associa-
tion and the National Association
of Social Workers. She is on the
board of directors and admissions
committee of the American Asso-
ciation of Marriage Counselors, a
board member of the Travelers
Aid Society, a member of the board
of the United Community Services
Tribute Fund, treasurer of the
Michigan Inter-Professional Asso-
ciation on Marriage, Divorce and
the Family, Inc., and a fellow in
the International Council of Psy-
chologists. Dr. Gass has written a
number of articles for professional
journals and was elected to Who's
Who in American Women in 1964.
Dr. Gass has been associated
with Sinai Hospital's Shapero
School of Nursing as a member
of the board of directors and
Psychological Consultant since
1958. She is married to Dr. H.
Harvey Gass and is the mother
of two children.
Also appointed to office are Law-
rence Michelson, treasurer, Mrs.
Alan Schwartz, recording secre-
tary, and Mrs. Herbert Blumberg,
corresponding secretary. Mrs. Mor-
ris Adler, Katherine Faville and
James Levbarg were appointed to
the board of trustees of Shapero
School of Nursing.

Bnai Brith Blood Bank rallies
will be held 6-11 p.m. Nov. 20 and
21 at Pepper School, Oak Park.
Robert Reiss, Bnai Brith Men's
Council blood bank chairman, urg-
ed members to assure for their
lodges sufficient "credit" in their
individual accounts so that no mem-
ber will have to be turned down
in case of need. Members are ask-
ed to bring along their wives, rela-
tives and grown children.

BY HENRY LEONARD

Mrs. Ann Schwartz of Hubbell
Ave. announces the engagement of
her daughter Barbara to Haskell
Mayor Adler, son of Cantor and
Mrs. Hyman J. Adler of Anna Ave.,
Southfield. The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Mr. Abraham
Benjamin Schwartz.
The couple is planning a March
11 wedding.

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A petite luncheon will be served,
and Mrs. George Gantz, president,
invites the community to attend.
The major endeavor of the
Woman's Auxiliary is to grant
scholarships to United Hebrew
Schools students for Hebrew-
speaking camps, study in Israel
and teacher training and for re-
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school library.
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