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March 16, 1973 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, March 16, 1973

UHS to Fete Lillian Rosinger

United Hebrew Schools ad-
ministrators, staff members
and teachers Will hold a
going-away party March 25
for a longtime employe, Lil-
lian Rosinger, who is leav-
ing the. staff.
Mrs. Rosinger has been on
the UHS staff for 19 years,
17 of them as secretary to
Superintendent Albert Elazar.
She has served as editor of

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in purchasing and did all
office work for the Midrasha
Institute lectures since their
beginning 17 years ago.
New York born and edu-
cated, Mrs. Rosinger is mar-
ried to Lawrence Rosinger,
a member of the English
teaching faculty at Henry
Ford Community College.
They have a son, Bill of New
York; a daughter, Mrs. Judy
Goings; and one grandchild.
Mrs. Rosinger said that
rather than retiring, she
hopes to do some meaningful
work within the Jewish com-
munity.
Isadore Goldstein, execu-
tive secretary of the UHS,
described Mrs. Rosinger as
"a loyal, devoted employe
with a sense of initiative and
concern for the activities of
the United Hebrew Schools.
Her leaving will be a loss to
the organization."

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LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold its in-
stallation of officers 8:30
p.m. March 26 at the Zionist
Cultural Center. The follow-
ing officers will be installed
by Mrs. Alan Nathan: Mes-
dames Jarvis Massover, pres-
ident; Hyman Balamut, Sam
Stewart and Sam Lewis, vice
presidents; Benjamin Siegel,
treasurer; Al Katz, Esther
Pollack, Meyer Wineman and
Joseph Bain, secretaries. Di-
rectors are Mesdames Philip
Bennett, Al .Berger, Irene
Berman, Alice Fine, Samuel
Gottlieb, Herman Kanter,
Louis Katz, Louis Lerner,
Charles Dworin, Sidney Mil-
ler, Sam Schwartz and Rae
Yolles. The Generation Gap,
featuring Paul Perry, coun-
cil president; Mark and Gary
Stern, past presidents of
Bradeis Lodge; and Kenneth
Laker, past president of Mar-
shall Lodge, will entertain.
Husbands and friends invited.
A social hour will follow.

* * *

GALILEE CHAPTER will
hold its 14th annual installa-
tion of officers dinner 7:30
p.m. Thursday at The Sus-
sex House Restaurant. Mrs.
Sanford Rosenthal will be the
installing officer. The follow-
ing officers will be installed:
Mesdames Mark Klinger,
president; Harold Michaels,
Michael Zonder, Harvey
Freedman, vice -presidents;
Walter Naftaly, treasurer;
Marvin Bernstein, Michael
Rosenberg, Paul Schreiman,
secretaries. Mrs. Philip Cut-
ler is past president. Board
members to be installed are
Mesdames Gerald Broida,
Joseph Dobrusin, Daniel
Hechtman, Jerome Lipman,
Eugene Nabat, Elliott Nel-
son, Edward Radner, Mit-
chell Robin, Murray Slomo-
vitz, Seymore Weinstein and
Robert Zifkin. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. Aida Cutler,
548-8089. Guests are wel-
come.

*

EAST SIDE CHAPTER will
hold its installation of offi-
cers, noon Tuesday at Big Boy
Restaurant in Lincoln Center.
Mrs. Robert Coggan will in-
stall Mesdames Joseph Rad-
kin, president; Harry Salwin,
Sol Robins, Bernard Shiller,
Irving Beck, vice presidents;
Joseph Fogerson, Barney
Aaron and Max Mitchell,
secretaries; Mrs. Irving Win-
kelman, treasurer. Mrs. Bar-
ney Aaron is charman. For
information, call Mrs. Ber-
nard Shiller, 546- 9162.
* * *
DEBORAH CHAPTER will
hold a carnival noon to 5
p.m. March 25 at Cong. Beth
Achim. Luncheon will be
served and there will be a
bake sale and games for
toddlers through adults. The
public is invited. For infor-
mation, call president Mrs.
Burt Levitt, 538-7144, or
chairman Mrs. Donald Davis,
547-0177.
e *
ZAGER CHAPTER will hold
its annual installation of of-
ficers 6 p.m. Wednesday at
Kings Arms Restaurant.
Rose Mash and her choral
group will entertain. For
reservations, call Mrs. Louis
Richman, BR 3-2865.
* • * *

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Dr. Frederick Henny and
Dr. Sidney Rubenstein have
been appointed associate
chairmen of the department
of dental and oral surgery at
Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Henny is former chair-
man of the department of
oral surgery at Henry Ford
Hospital. He will be respon-
sible for oral surgery resi-
dents' educational programs.
Dr. Rubenstein has been
on the Sinai staff for several
years. His special duties will
include programs for gen-
eral practice residents.
Dr. Herbert Bloom, who
recently assumed full-time
status, will continue to serve
as chairman of the depart-
ment, a position he has held
since the hospital was opened
in 1953, and with Drs. Henny
and Rubenstein will form the

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Bnai Brith to Promote
Aliya of Americans

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Bnai
Brith will promote American
aliya and is studying the best
means to go about it.
That is the purpose of the
300-member Bnai Brith dele-
gation which arrived here on
a special 25th anniversary
mission, according to. David
Blumberg, international pres-
ident of Bnai Brith who heads
the delegation.

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Milton M. Weinstein, left,
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to Nathan D. Rirlienstein, at

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* *

DETROIT LODGE will
host an "appreciation party"
for its members 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at North Park
Square clubhouse. Seymour
Schwartz, president, said a
candle-lighting ceremony will
be conducted by Alfred H.
Bounin, justice of the Su-
preme Lodge Court of Ap-
peals and there will be greet-
ings from the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council
represented by Paul Perry,
president, and Dennis J.
Rice, executive director. Shel-
don Fridson and Bill Gross
are program co-chairmen.
* * *

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He proposed the formation
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