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January 08, 1960 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-08

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Reception for Mrs. Harman to Open U'ofM.'siudents Set AJC Chapter Slates
Anti-Semitism Talk
Hadassah's `Minyan Mother' Drive Aug.14 Wedding

Mrs. William Hubert, a for-
mer president of Bagley North
group of the Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah, will direct the Chap-
ter's "Minyan Mother" cam-
paign. which officially opens at
a program at 12:45 p.m., Tues-
day, at Temple Israel.
An elaborate reception is
planned at this time for Mrs.
Avraham Harman, wife of Is-
rael's new Ambassador to the
United States.
The minyan
program, ex-
plained Mrs.
Hubert, seeks
to provide
funds for the
care of some
15,000 chil-
dren who are
in training in
248 Youth Ali-
Mrs Hubert yah villages.
This program already has grad-
uated over 75,000 skilled young
people, she added.
"By banding together, women
contribute the $600 necessary
to provide for the food, cloth-
ing and education for one
youngster for a complete year,"
Mrs. Hubert said.
The entire sum contributed
by one woman gives her the
honorary title of "Ima"
(mother), while men contribut-
ing the total amount are called
"Abba" (father).
Added significance is being
given to this year's minyan
drive since it seeks to obtain
the funds necessary for comple-
tion of the final four Anne
Frank Havens for sub - teen
youngsters who have recently
entered Israel. In the past two
years, eight such installations
have been completed.
The guest of honor at Tues-
day's reception, besides being
the wife of an Ambassador, her-
self has held many notable
posts for the Israel government.
In 1951, Zena Harman was
named a member of Israel's
permanent delegation to the
United Nations. As an alter-
nate member of the Israeli
delegation to the UN General
Assembly, she was its repre-

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sentative on the Social, Cultural
and Humanitarian Committee.
She was rapporteur for the com-
mittee, remaining with the
delegation until her husband
completed his tour of duty as
Consul General in New York
in 1955.
Mrs. Harman also served as
Israel's representative on
UNICEF (UN Children's Fund)
and was three times elected
chairman of its 14-nation pro-
gram committee, as well as first
vice-chairman in 1954.
British born Mrs. Harman
was educated in London, and
graduated from the London
School of Economics and Politi-
cal Science. In anticipation of
doing social work in Palestine,
she did post-graduate work at
Morley College.
In 1939, Mrs. Harman left
England for South Africa,
where she met and married her
husband, who was there on a
mission for the Zionist Organi-
zation. They settled in Jerusa-
lem in 1940.
Mrs. Harman, who was head
of the children's department
in the social welfare section
of the Jerusalem Municipality,
later was invited by Hadassah
to collate and edit the letters
of Henrietta Szold, covering the
latter's activities in Youth
Aliyah.
The Harmans have three
children, David, 15; Naomi, 13;
and Diana, 10.
* * *

Education Seminar Today

Mrs. George Rubin, education
vice - president of the Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah, announces
that the third seminar in its
current education series will be-
gin at 9:30 a.m., today, at Ha-
dassah House. "The Au Cou-
rant in Jewish Art, Music and
Drama" is the theme.

Bar Mitzvahs I

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sadoff,
of 20313 Rutherford, announce
the Bar Mitzvah of their son,
Edward Sanford, on Jan. 16, at
Cong. Beth Moses, and the Bas
Mitzvah of Edward's twin sister,
Elaine Sandra, on Jan. 15, at
the United Jewish Folk Schools.
A cocktail and dinner party in
honor of the twins will be held
Jan. 17, at Zack's Catering.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kriger,
of 265 S. Cranbrook Cross,
Birmingham, announce the Bar
Mitzvah of their son, Jeffrey, on
Saturday, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. A cocktail and dinner
party will be given in his honor
at Rainbow Terrace.

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Lee Silverman to Alan Rothen-
berg was recently announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hymen Silverman. Mr., Rothen-
berg is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Rothenberg.
The young couple attends the
University of Michigan, where
Mr. Rothenberg is affiliated
with Sigma Alpha Mu frater-
nity.
The wedding date has been
set for Aug. 14, at Temple
Israel.

UHS Auxiliary to Hear
Talk by Mrs. Oberstein

A paid-up membership lunch-
eon will be sponsored by the
W o m e n' s Auxiliary of the
United Hebrew Schools at 12:30
p.m., Wednes-
day, in t h e
Esther Ber-
man Bldg.,
18 9 7 7 Schae-
fer.
Mrs. Harry
Oberstein,
chairman o f
the day, will
present a re-
view of "The
Best Short Mrs. Oberstein
Stories of 1959," according to
Mrs. Irving Arlin, president.
New and prospective mem-
bers are invited to attend the
luncheon, announces Mrs.
Joseph Wyzan, membership
chairman, who is assisted by
Mesdames Bert Smokier, Louis
Tobin and Meyer Charlip.
The buffet luncheon is being
prepared and served by social
hostesses, Mesdames Elbert Dia-
mond and Albert Spinner and
their committee. Chairmen of
arrangements a r e Mesdames
Theodore I s a a es and Louis
Seiton.

Cellist Schuster Solos
in Center Symphony

The second in its series of
Tuesday evening concerts is
planned by the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra at 8:30 p.m.,
Jan. 19, in the Aaron DeRoy
Theater of the Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Joseph Schuster. distin-
guished cellist of Beverly Hills,
Calif., will be the guest artist.
He will perform Haydn's Cello
Concerto.
Julius Chajes, conductor of
the Center Symphony, will di-
rect the orchestra in Smetana's
Overture to "The Bartered
Bride" and Brahms' Symphony
No. 2 in D Major.

"Professional Anti-Semitism"
will be discussed by Michael A.
Gaines, assistant Michigan re-
gional director, Anti-Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith, at
a meeting of Chaim Weizmann
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, at 9 p.m., Tuesday, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Beck, 15320 Marlow, Oak Park.
The AJC advises that civil-
rights minded groups are com-
batting vicious propaganda that
is being found in national mag-
azines.
Refreshments will be served
at the meeting. For informa-
tion call LI 4-8345.
The AJC also is planning a
games party for 8:30 p.m., Jan.
23 in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Leemon, 19150 Prairie.
A midnight snack will be serv-
ed. Friends are invited to at-
tend. For information, call UN
4-2167.

Detroit Dynamic Club
Elects New Officers

Albert A. Foreman has been
re-elected to serve his second
term as president of the Detroit
Dynamic Club, a 30-year-old lo-
cal organization dedicated to
philanthropic efforts and social
fellowship.
Elected with him are Joseph
J. Weis, vice-president; Irving
Meiland, secretary-treasurer; and
Arthur Caplan, Jay Sheldon,
Marcel Atlas and Charles Brisk-
man, directors.
Located at 17111 Third (the
former City Club of Detroit),
the organization is currently
opening its facilities to new
members by offering free bridge
lessons twice weekly.
Installation of the new offi-
cers will be held Thursday. For
information, call Meiland, at
UN. 2-9600.

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Odessa Aid to Install
Newly-Elected Officers

Installation of newly-elected
officers of the Odessa Progres-
sive Aid Society will take place
at a special ceremony planned
for 9 p.m., Saturday, at Cong.
Beth Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming.
Those being inducted include
Sam Belkin, president; Louis
Wiener, vice-president; Alter
Wineman, treasurer; Max Ros-
enthal and Hyman Kaber, sec-
retaries; and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Gennis, hospitalers.
Wiener is chairman of the in-
stallation program.'

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