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June 01, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, June 1, 1973

Women's Orthodox League Plans
Its 25th Anniversary Celebration

Women's Orthodox League
will mark a quarter of a
century of service to the
Jewish community at its 25th
anniversary dinner for mem-
bers and friends 6:30 p.m.
June 25 at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.
Officers of the past 25
years will be honored and
new officers will be installed.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by violinist Gloria
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piano by Leah Cohen. They
will play a rendition of He-
brew and Yiddish favorites.
Proceeds of the dinner will
go toward improvements and
repairs needed at the mikva.
T h e organization w a s
founded by Mrs. Solomon
Gruskin with the purpose of
spreading knowledge and un-
derstanding about the vital
precept of "Jewish family
purity" among Jewish
women.
In the 25 years since its
inception, the organization
has distributed literature to
brides-to-be, teaching them
the laws of Mikva. The
league holds special classes
for brides and arranged tours
of the mikva, located on 10
Mile Rd. next to the Young
Israel Center of Greenfield.
The women maintain the
mikva's cleanliness and de-
cor.
For reservations,
c all
Malke Bakst, 546-6997, Judy
Butrimowitz, 398-5663, or
Judy Ishakis, 398-5772.

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JWF Women Name Utticers 'criterion nets
Installation

Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine
was re-elected president of
the women's division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
at the division's 27•h annual
meeting May 23 at Cong.
Adat Shalom.
Also elected were Mes-
dames Hugh W. Greenberg,
Merle Harris, Nathan S. Pe-
terman and Norman H. Ro-
senfeld, vice-presidents. Re-
cording secretary for the
coming year will be Mrs.
Seymour R. Jones. Mrs. Sam-
uel Frankel was elected cor-
responding secretary.
Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Max
Stollman, a former president
of the women's division, were
re-elected as representatives
to the board of governors of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion.
Re-elected to directors posts
for three-year terms were:
Mesdames Paul Borman, Ar-
thur L. Gould, John L. Green-
berg, Lewis S. Grossman,
Maurice I. Kurzmann, Peter-
man and Sheldon D. Stern.
New directors for terms of
three years are Mesdames
William Avruni n, Robert
Dunsky, Norman D. Katz,
Melvin Kolbert, Edward Na-
rens, Norman A. Sussman,
Joel D. Tauber, Bernard
Stollman and Harold T. Stul-
berg.
Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier
was elected to the advisory
service council. Re-elected to
the council were Mesdames
Harry E. August, Herman

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the engagement of their
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A fall wedding is planned.

Reflecting the need for a
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unteer blood, Red Cross
bloodmobiles will be located
throughout the community.
Individuals may make an
appointment to donate at sev-
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tion sites. Donors may visit
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reunion dinner for all alumni
7:30 p.m. Sunday in the
school building,
Chairman of the evening
is Maurice Klein, and co-
chairman, Judy Fenakel, as-
sisted by the alumni board.
The dinner is sponsored by
the Hillel Day School PTO
Entertainment will follow.
All alumni are invited.

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A. August, Abraham Cooper,
Seymour J. Frank, Benjamin
Jones and Philip R. Marcuse.
Mrs. Harry E. August was
chairman of the nominating
committee.
Speaking at the annual
meeting was Rabbi Jacob,
Segal of Cong. Adat Shalom,
who presented an informal
look at "Israel at 25."

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Reunion Planned

Criterion Club officers and
directors will be installed in
ceremonies at the club's 12th
annual dinner, dance and
floor show 8 p.m. June 9 at
the Sussex House. For in-
formation, call Betty Wein-
berg, 559-5175.
Ruth Traison was elected
president at the organiza-
tion's annual meeting. Also
elected were: Ida Bittker,
Betty Weinberg, and Lea
Janowitz, vice presidents;
Gertie Neuburger and Paul-
ine Bernstein, secretaries;
Samuel Moses, treasurer;
Eve Lang, historian; and
William Fleisher, counselor.
Directors and members of
the executive board are:
Bertha Stein, Yona Radzin,
At the 27th annual meeting of the women's division of Cecile Smith, Ann Davis and
the Jewish Welfare Federation, are, from left, Mrs. Norman Esther Brotsky.
Rosenfeld, meeting chairman; Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine,
re-elected division president; and Mrs. Harry E. August,
chairman of the nominating committee.
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The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies, is offering its
annual Summer Institute for
Jewish teachers, in coopera-
tion with the Jewish Edu-
cators Council of Metropoli-
tan Detroit. This program
provides teachers in Jewish
schools with an opportunity
to enrich their knowledge in
subject matter areas and to
enhance their teaching skills.
Four courses are being of-
ferred. Each course will
meet 9 a.m.-noon and will be
taught over a period of four
days, for a total of 12 hours.
Each course will carry 1 1/2
credits.
The courses being offered
are: "Current Trends in Jew-
ish Education," taught by
Rabbi Gerald Teller, educa-
tional director of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, June 20-25;
"Approaches to the Teach-
ing of Reading," taught by
Dr. Sidney Selig, educational
director of Cong. Beth Sha-
lom, June 26-29; "Prophetic
Concepts for Contemporary
Society," by Cantor Arthur
Asher, educational director
of Temple Israel, July 2-6;
and "Comparative Judaism,"
by Dr. Selig.
Teachers may apply for
tuition scholarship and a
stipend, through their
schools.

George F. Pierrot, Detroit
television's "Mr. Travel," is
shown with Dick Femmel,
president of Detroit Profes-
sional Chapter, Sigma Delta
Chi, which honored Pierrot at
a dinner in the Brodhead
Naval Armory. William Pay-
ette, SDX national president
from New York, praised Pier-
rot's contributions to t h e
group as a national treasurer,
secretary and president dur-
ing the 1920s. Pierrot hosts a
daily TV travel show on
WWJ-TV and is founder of
the World Adventure Series
at the Detroit Institute of
Arts.

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