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February 15, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 15, 1963 —

Marie Syrkin at Katz-Stollman
Histadrut Rally Engagement Told
Here on Feb. 26

Zales-Belinsky
Vows Solemnized

On Tuesday, Feb. 26, 8:30
p.m. at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute, the Detroit Israel His-
tradrut Campaign workers will
be addressed by Marie Syrkin,
professor of humanities at Bran-
deis University, well-known edi-
tor, writer and lecturer.
I Miss Syrkin, editor of the
Jewish Frontier, is the au-
: thor of "Blessed is the Match,"
an account of the Jewish resis-
tance movement under the
Nazis.
While a teacher in the New
York high school system, Miss
Syrkin became interested in
MRS. NEIL ZALES
problems of education. Her
Brenda Joyce Belinsky be- studies led to the publication
came the bride of Neil Zales in of her book "Your School, Your
a ceremony performed by Rabbi Children.' She received her
Hayim Donin Feb. 10 at Cong. M.A. degree from Cornell Uni-
versity and studied at Columbia
Bnai David.
Parents of the newlyweds are University. Her work on Jewish
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Belinsky, and other subjects includes ar-
15805 Addison, Southfield and ticles, translations, verses and
Mrs: Simon Klein, 24321 Mor- reviews published in numerous
ton, Oak Park and the late Mr. periodicals. She contributed a
chapter, "The Cultural Scene:
Harry Zapolsky.
The bride wore a gown of Literary Expressions" to the
snowy white silk velvet. • Pearls book "The American Jew" pub-
and opalescent paillette frosted lished by Harper in 1942.
She is also the author of
embroidered Alencon lace that
etched a rose pattern over a "Way of Valor," a biography of
molded bodice and tapered, tra- her father, the Zionist theo-
ditional sleeves. The jewelled retician under the title "Nach-
lace also clasped the slender man Syrkin: Socialist Zionist,
waistline, providing contrast to A Biographical Memoir & Se-
a bell . skirt designed with bow lected Essays."
The topic of Miss Syrkin's
knot accent and deep gathers at
the back sweeping to an Em- talk here will be "Roots of
Labor Zionism."
press train.
Morris Lieberman, chairman
Mrs. Edward Pollak served
her sister as matron-of-honor. of the Detroit Israel Histadrut
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Arnold Campaign, has called upon vol-
Belinsky, sister- in - law -of the unteer workers to complete
bride; Barbara and Helen . Bar- their assignments and to bring
the returns to this event—the
tick, and Carol Faudman.
Dr. -Bert Solomon, uncle of mid-campaign roll call of the
the bridegroom, was 'best man. campaign. All friends of Histad-
Ushers included Frederick Bel- rut are invited. Admission is
insky, Arnold Belinsky, Dr. Ed- free and by 'invitation only. 'or
ward Pollak, Sheldon Zales, Al- reservations, call UN 4-7094, or
fred Freidman, Sam Geller and write to the Histadrut office,
19161 Schaefer. A social hour
Lee Wenolcur.
After a honeymoon in Miami and refreshments will follow
Beach, Fla., the newlyweds will Miss Syrkin's address.
reside in Oak Park.

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The Maly and Samuel Cohn
Branch of the United Hebrew
Schools will present its second
annual children's fashion show
12:30 p.m. March 5 at 31840 W.
Seven Mile.
A dance program, dessert
luncheon and prizes will also
highlight the event. Rose Kopel-
man and Lucille Ginsberg are
telephone chairmen. For infor-
mation and tickets, call Ann
Hearshen, GA 2-2314, Rae Cohen
or Eileen Schwartz.

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MISS BARBARA KATZ

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz,
19318 Hartwell,' announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Barbara Ruth,. to Bernard Stoll-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Stollman, 12870 Burton, Oak
Park.
The bride-elect is a junior in
the College of Education and
Monteith College, Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of the University of Michi-
gan College of Engineering and
is a senior in the Wayne State
Law School, where he is affili-
ated with Tau Epsilon Rho fra-
ternity.
A June 18 wedding is plan-
ned.

every

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "Selected portions
from "Ernest Bloch's "Sacred
Service" will be performed by
Central Synagogue's Cantor
Frederick Lechner, as guest
soloist with the Washington
(D.C.) Cathedral Choir and the
National Symphony Orchestra,
directed by Paul Calloway.

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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "In the Desert," a
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Michael Gileadi, will be pre-
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Station: WJLB.
Feature: Dr. Aaron Blake,
president, Detroit Alumni Chap-
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mark, past president and chair-
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Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK. (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: Katriel Katz, consul
general of Israel, will discuss
" N e w Immigrants in Israel"
with Joseph Edelman, director
of the Jewish Community Coun-
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The luncheon is open to all
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women announces its annual Inew members of Pioneer Wom-
member-bring-a-member lunch- en and their sponsors.
eon will be held 12:30 p.m. Feb.
21 at the Labor Zionist Build-
ing.
Chairman of the day will be
Mrs. Harry Levitt, Council
membership chairman. Greet-
ings will be given by Mrs. Nor-
For fine color movies
man Leemon, Council president,
of your wedding
and Mrs. Norman Kanter, vice-
president of organization.
Call
The main speaker will be
Mrs. Charlotte Stein of New
York, national board member
and chairman of the forthcom-
ing Pioneer Women national
convention to be held in De-
troit this summer.
Highlighting the afternoon
will be the presentation of an
HOTEL
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PALMER
"My Fair Member," written and
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Across from U. of D.
Songs were adapted by Naomi
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WHAT EVERY BRIDE
SHOULD KNOW...

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Children's Fashion
Show to Be Given by
Cohn Branch, UHS

Pioneer Women's Council Plans
Member-Bring-a-Member Luncheon



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