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June 14, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, June 14, 1968

Womews Clubs

SharonBiernatEngaged
to Michael Stuart Shook

(Continued from Page 27)
BATYA CHAPTER, Mizrachi
Women, saw the following install-
ed as officers: Mesdames Sol
Lessman, president; Aaron Bran-
der and Jay Braverman, secre-
taries; Abe Selesny, fund-raising
chairman; Nathan Mandelson,
treasurer; Jacob Goldman, pro-
gram; Penny Greenstein, mem-
bership; Charles Levi, donor; An-
drew Freier, chairman of the
board; and Beno Levi. Larry
Berkower, Joseph Bricker, Hyman
Brown, Arthur Chaims, David
Dombey, Sanford Eisenberg, Jos-
eph Gittleman, James Gordon,
Harry Jubas, Isaac Katz, Leslie
Krakowitz, Sidney Lesser, Morton
Lowenberg, Melvin Merzon, M.
Merciano, Eugene . Schwartz and
Arthur Tennebauni, board mem-
bers.

PURITY CHAPTER, Order of.
the Eastern Star will hold its
last meeting of the season 7:45
p.m. Monday at Eureka Temple.
Refreshments.
OAK PARK NSHEI HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Charles Fine, 15121 Dart-
mouth, Oak Park. The guest
speaker will be Rabbi Abraham
Zentman.
* * *
DETROIT LEAGUE, children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, installed Mrs. Harry
Friedman in her second term as
president at the installation Tues-
day. Vice presidents are Mesdames
Joseph Landsberg, Ben Lutz, Sid-
ney Wallac e, Nathan Agree.
Louis Landsberg and Charles
Agree; financial secretary Mrs.
* * *
William Genser; treasurer, Mrs.
Kinneret Ch a pt e r, Pioneer Peter Gilbert; and chaplain Mrs.
Women, will hold its installation Sam Wolf.
luncheon and musical program
noon Wednesday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Rebecca Warren
will be installed as president;
Bessie Litw a k,
Sarah Kanter,
and Rebecca
Cohen, vice pres-
idents: Eva
Gertzman, Faye
Mandell, Frances
Shayne, Rae
Feinberg and
Ruth Gosman,
secretaries;
•Blanche Lesser,
publicity; Mrs.
Mrs. Warren Grosman, Israeli
Bonds; Frances Driker, program;
Sophia Tatelman, treasurer; and
Tania Berman, outgoing president,
adviser. Lilly Stollman will be
chairman of the day and Mildred
Weiss installing officer. Ruth Gold-
man will offer vocal selections,
accompanied by Lillian Zellman.
for information, call Mrs. Shayne,
MISS DENISE SPOON
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* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Spoon of

MISS SHARON BIERNAT

The engagement of Sharon Ruth
Biernat, daughter of the Thomas
Biernats of Kennebec Ave., to
Michael Stuart Shook is announc-
ed by her parents. Mr. Shook is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Shook of Kensington Ct., South-
field.
The couple plans to marry in
the fall.

Denise Spoon Engaged
'to Ensign of Neu,' York,

CANTOR SHABTAI ACKERMAN
of Cong. Beth Abraham, president
of the Cantors Association of De-
troit, will attend the International
Congress of Cantors in Jerusalem
next month. He will attend ses-
sions as a representative of the
Cantors Assembly of America.
While there for a month, Cantor
Ackerman, a former Israeli can-
tor, will spend some time with his
ailing mother.

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FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
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following officers will be installed
12:30 p.m. June 24 at Cong. Beth
Hillel: president, Mrs. Harry Por-
tnoy; vice presidents, Mesdames
Oscar Smith, Charles Varnen, Na-
than Wolok and David Liebow;
treasurer, Mrs. Louis Bigman;
secretaries, Mrs. Jack Stevens and
Mrs. Roy Gilbert; and chaplain,
Mrs. Milton Radner. Mrs. Emil
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Sachs will install officers. For
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Sinai Hospital will dedicate the
Paul and Helen Zuckerman Audi-
torium and Conference Center at
ceremonies 11 a.m. Sunday, on the
hospital grounds, 6767 W. Outer
Drive.
The Zuckermans were honored
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