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May 31, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-31

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30—Friday, May 31, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

August Wedding Tobias -Segal
Hadassah Plans Meeting of Note for Julie B. Katz Troth Announced

Psychiatrists Host International
Counterparts at Sinai Hospital

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah will
elect and install officers at
a general membership
Achievement Day 12:15 p.m.
June 11 at Cong. Sha arey
Zedek.
Mrs. Jerome Kaufman has
been nominated to another
ters as president.
The entire program, includ-
ing the annual report by Mrs.
Kaufman, will be set to
music, under the direction of

An international flavor per-
vaded Sinai Hospital's depart-
ment of psychiatry in mid-
May during the 127th annual
convention of the American
Psychiatric Association.
Dr. Norman Rosenzweig,
president-elect of the Mich-
igan Psychiatric Society and
chairman of. the APA's coun-
cil on international affairs
hosted a tour of the depart-
ment he heads for psychia-
trists fro'm all over the world.
An additional attraction
was the Gold Award which
the department's problems
of daily living clinic exhibit
won earlier in the week at
the APA convention.



Mrs. Jack Abramson.
Chairman of the day and
installing officer will be Mrs.
Albert Newman, past presi-
dent of the Metropolitan De-
troit Chapter and member of
the national service commit-
tee.
Cake and coffee will be
served.

Dinner to Benefit
WC School Fund

Workmen's Circle of De-
troit will have its annual res-
taurant day beginning with
cocktails at 4 p.m. Sunday
at the Workmen's Circle
Center. Dinner will be served
at 5.
Proceeds will benefit the
Workmen's Circle Schools ed-
ucational fund. For reserva-
tions, call the office, KE 7-
5440.
The Workmen's Cir cle
Schools staff is preparing
programs in Yiddish and He-
brew, Jewish history, tradi-
tions, holidays and celebra-
tions for the 1974-1975 school
year. To register, call the
office, KE 7-5440.

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welcome Eele

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz
of Harding Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Julie Barb-
ara to George Stuart Brant,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Brant of Marimoor Dr.,
Southfield.
Miss Katz was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity with a degree in special
education. Her fiance attend-
ed Franklin University in
Ohio.
An August wedding is
planned..

Rabbi Proposes
Female Equality:
No Sisterhoods

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NEW YORK—A New York
rabbi proposed the disband-
ing of synagogue sisterhoods
which he said had deterred
women from positions of
synagogue leadership by
channeling their activities
into what have been con-
sidered "traditionally femi-
nine or supportive roles."
The proposal was made by
Rabbi A. James Rudin, as-
sistant director of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee inter
religious affairs department,
at a 'panel discussion on the
women's movement and the
Jewish community, at the
68th annual meeting of the
AJCommittee here.
Rabbi Rudin said "it's
time we dropped all the
women's clubs and all the
men's clubs so that we 'can
really have congregations."
He said sisterhoods "have
done some fine things but
their existence has prevented
women from moving into the
mainstream leadership • of
synagogues. It's the execu-
tive committee of a congre-
gation that sets the budget—
and the executive committee
still meets in the men's
room."
Rabbi Rudin proposed the
"active recruitment of Jew-
ish women for the rabbinate,
the cantorate and positions of
real professional responsi-
bility in the Jewish com-
munity, especially in national
Jewish organizations and the
various community federa-
tions."
Dr. Nancy Wyner, assist-
ant principal of Larchmont
Schools, Larchmont, N.Y.,
another panelist, said the
Jewish community had no
provisions for including the
independent woman in its re-
ligious and communal acti-
vities. She offered four rec-
ommendations on how the
Jewish community might cor-
rect its "current neglect" of
women.

MISS PAMELA TOBIAS

Psychiatrists from Icelan ,
Mexico, Japan and several.
other countries were shown
through the department fa-
cilities in the new Louis C..
and Edith B. Blumberg Pro-_
fessional Building at the hos-
pital.
The psychiatric depa
occupies the entire secon*
floor of the structure.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles To-
bias of Franklin Ave., Bir-
mingham, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Pamela Susan to Mark Zach-
ary Segal, son of Mr. and
Dr. Sidney Z. Leib was re-
Mrs. Martin Segal of Bram- elected president of the
ell Ave.
Zionist Organization of De-
An August wedding is troit May 23.
planned.
Also re-elected were Dr.
Jack R. Greenberg, as head
of the executive committee
and vice presidents Dr. San-
This Italian chef could have
ford A. Bennett, David Denn,
had a Jewish mother. Ravioli ' 4
Dr. Alex Friedlaender, Dr.
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Theodore Mandell and Dr.
luscious as kreplach. But it's
Lester Zeff.
cheese they're bursting with.
ELAINE LOWENTHAL and
Julian M. Cohen is treas-
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee simmers
MARGE R OBB INS have urer, and Mrs. Jack R.
his ravioli in a savory tomato
b e en appointed executive Greenberg, secretary.
sauce, rich with more cheese
manager and executive co-
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Board members are Dr.
ordinator, respectively, it Sidney Friedlaender, Sol E.
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Mrs. Lowenthal will oversee dan, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lif-
WW meeting activities and sitz, Dr. and Mrs. I. Walter
lecturer training in Metro- Silver. Prof. and Mrs. Jason
politan Detroit, Flint, Toledo, H. Tickton and Dr. and Mrs.
Windsor and Ann Arbor. Mrs. Bernard Weston.
Robbins will be in charge of
Rabbi Irwin Groner will
coordinating franchise func- install the new ZOD officers
tions, the speakers bureau at a dinner meeting June 13.
and advertising for the fran-
Dr. Theodore Mandell was
chise newspaper.
presented with an award of
* * *
merit plaque for his service
YEHIEL ERAN, formerly as Balfour Concert chair-
a teacher at the Paul Baer- man.
wald School of Social Work
in Jerusalem, has been ,OLORPHOTOGRAPHY 4
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by John Miller
H. Jordan Scholarship to
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Bar Mitzvas • Anniversaries
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