activities in Society
Dan Ronen to Star
in Women's European
Welfare Donor Event
Prof. Meyer is Next
"The Problem of National
The Jewish Women's Euro-
pean Welfare Organization will Minorities in the USSR" will be
hold its annual donor luncheon the third topic in the Franklin
noon May 15 at. Rainbow Ter- Memorial L e c t u r e Series at
race, announces President Mrs. Wayne State University at 8:30
Speaker will be Dr. Alfred
Guest artist at the event will
be Dan Ronen, a native of Israel G. Meyer, professor of political
who was in charge of educa- science at Michigan State Uni-
of the youth
Dr. Meyer has served as a re-
forces in the
search director of Russion af-
Haganah. H e
fairs at both Harvard and Co-
was a teach-
lumbia universities, according
er in the In-
to Dr. William J. Bossenbrook,
Franklin Lecturer for 1963 and
WSU professor iri history.
All Franklin Lectures are held
Abroad a n d
in the Community Arts Audito-
MRS. NEAL SCHECHTER
in a seminar
rium. There is no admission
charge and the public is invited.
At a candlelight ceremony teachers in
April 6 at Adas Shalom Syna- Jerusalem.
gogue, JoAnn Weissman was wed
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Parents of the newlyweds are also served as Ronen
Mr._ and Mrs. Philip Weissman director of the Youth De-
of Northlawn Ave. and Mr. and partment of the Board of Edu-
and His Orchestra
Mrs. Hy Schechter of Northlawn cation in the Municipality of
Jerusalem. At present, he is a
The bride wore an ivory peau representative in the United
de soie gown with a sabrina neck- States for the World Educators
when you plan your wedding or
line and a floor-length skirt Council for the Jewish National
bar mitzvah party thank your
lucky stars for living in a coun-
which fell into a chapel train. Fund, working as an emissary
try where you can call the pho-
Her veil of ivory silk illusion from Israel to the Youth and
tographer of your choice at—LI
fell from a crown of the lace JNF.
appliqued with tiny pearls. She
HOWARD H. TRIEST
Mrs. 0. H. Kavieff is donor
carried a bouquet of stephanotis
Carol Joan Stein was maid of Mesdames Jack Seder, tickets;
honor. Mrs. Howard Weissman, Ida Goldsmith, special projects;
sister-in-law of the bride, was Harry Bolokofsky, organization;
limited number of students to
matron of honor Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Robert Schechter, Mrs. ings.
Ronald Schechter, Barbara Wein-
Ages 13 thru 17 years
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Paintings of Julia
Marla Sue Schechter, niece of the
bridegroom, was flower girl.
Greenfield Featured in
Music the Stein-Way
Ronald Schechter served his
Includes transportation, room
Young Israel Bazaar
and board, school (from 8 a.m.-
7 p.m.) side trips weekly by bus.
Mrs. Julia Greenfield will ex-
hibit 25 of her paintings at
and choice of:
bert Fisher in a double rin
Guitar - Oil Painting - Metal
the Young Israel building on
ceremony performed March 30
Sunday ata "All Day Bazaar,"
(1 hour per day actual training)
Martin Weissman. brother of the
by Rabbi Leon Kronish of bride.
sponsored by the sisterhood
Temple Beth Sholom at
and men's groups of Northwest
The couple departed for a
the Diplomat Country Club in
Miami Beach, Fla. Parents of the honeymoon in Jamaica and Mi-
Mrs. Greenfield is considered newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Sam ami Beach. They will make their
,.an accomplished amateur paint- Brody (formerly of Detroit) 62 0 home on James Blvd.
Our qualified professional photographers
er and excels in portraying. N. Shore, and Mr. and Mrs. Al
record your party properly and efficiently.
–-- -Jewish Chasidic life.
fred Fisher (formerly of Pitts Social Workers
Mrs. Greenfield, wife of burgh), 1445 16th St., Miam i View Problems of
Rabbi Eugene Greenfield, an Beach. The bride wore a floor
officer in the Detroit branch I length gown of candlelight silk - Cohesive Community
More than 100 members of the
of Young Israel, will also dis- peau de soie with a fitted bodice
play a variety of her paint- of imported Alencon lace re-em professional staffs of the Jewish
Ask about Living Color
are happy to show samples on request.
ings, ranging from still life and broidered with pearls and se
landscapes, to portraits. Some quills, a scooped neckline, three - ber agencies attended an Insti-
of her paintings will be offered quarter-length sleeves and a belle tute on the theme "Toward
hesive Jewish Community Organ-
for sale, along with hundreds skirt extending into a chape 1 ization in
We Make Our Own Glasses
of novelty items contributed by train. Her six-tiered French it
lusion veil fell from a coronet of
as an educational forum for pro-
The merchandise will include matching lace and seed pearls - fessional communal workers.
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
gold watches contributed by
Arnold Gurin, associate profes-
Norman Allan of the Norman stephanotis on her confirmation sor of social administration at
PORTED FRAME FASHIONS
Allan Company, plus leather Bible. Mrs. Irwin Lepselter, sis- Brandeis University, presented
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
goods, linens, children's toys ter of the bride, was matron of some preliminary findings of a
and clothing, glass-ware, paints, honor. Joan Kramer was maid of recent survey of the attitutes and
hardware and electrical items, honor. Bridesmaids were Sarah motivations of lay leaders of De-
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Fisher, sister of the bridegroom, troit's organized Jewish commun-
and a cake sale.
Co-chairmen for this affair and Mrs. Bennett Feldman. Al- ity.
are Mrs. _ Marian Duchan and fred Fisher served his son as
At the meeting, Detroit's Jew-
Norman B. Sukenic. There is best man. Ushers were Irwin ish communal workers expressed
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
no charge for admission. Cof-
their best wishes to Harold Sil-
OAK PARK, MICH.
fee will be served. For inforni- Plaskoff and Dr. Jules Levin. ver, director of the Jewish Fam-
A reception and formal dinner ily and Children's Service, who
Hours: Daily and Sat. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Wednesdays to 12:30
ation, call UN 1-7691.
at the club followed the cere- i has resigned to assume the post
Thursdays to 9 p.m.
mony. The newlyweds departed of consultant on family services
for a honeymoon in the Virgin to Israel's Ministry of Social Wel-
Islands and Puerto Rico. They fare.
will live in Miami Beach.
Discussion leaders of four con-
The engagement of Helen M.
current workshops were Rabbi
Bartick to Paul Lutz of Chicago, Kvutzah Ivrith Will
Jacob E. Segal, Silver, Mrs.
Ill., has been announced. The
Let us help you plan your
Charles Lakoff and Isidore Sobel-
bride-elect is the daughter of
Mrs. Clara Bartick of Curtis
Wedding Breakfast, Reception—Shower
The Kvutzah Ivrith (Hebrew
Ave. and the late Isaac Bartick. Cultural Society) will present its
You can be confident that our well trained
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and annual program to be conducted
staff will put forth every effort
Mrs. Albert Lutz of Montmarte by its women members 9 p.m. of arm y-
to make this memorable occasion
Ave., Oak Park. A June 9 wed- Saturday at the Jewish Center in Resettlement Services
a very happy one.
ding is planned. .
commemoration of Israel's 15th
The annual meeting of the
For the convenience of your out-of-town guests, we also hove
Jewish Family and Children's
available comfortable air-conditioned rooms and suites . . . for
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Cooper-
Featured will be readings, ad- Service and Resettlement Service
dining pleasure, our beautiful Sapphire Dining Room . . .
man of St. Marys announce the dresses; dramatic presentations, will be held at 4 p.m. Tuesday
and ample parking in our underground heated garage.
engagement of their daughter, c onimunity singing and refresh- in the JFCS office.
Please call our catering manager, Mr. Sned-
Frances Reta, to Ronald Lee ments. Participating will be Sho-
Reports of the year's activities
don who will gladly make an appointment with
Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. s hana Bank, Miriam Pasmanick, will be given by Max M. Shaye.
you and show you our fine facilities.
Samuel B. Stewart. The bride- Dvora Orenstein, Helen Raclin, JFCS president, and Nathan L.
Phone TR 5-9500
elect was a voice major at In- Dvora Kleinplatz, Ray Goodman, Milstein, president of Resettle-
diana University. Her fiance will Goldie Eskin, Bertha Goldman. ment Service. Mrs. Reuben Sha-
be graduated from the Ferris The public is invited, free of piro and Mrs. Julian H. Krolik,
Institute School of Pharmacy in charge, according to President chairmen of the respective nomi-
June. He is affiliated with Sig- Joseph Katz. Morris Nobel is nating committees, will recom-
WOODWARD AT EAST KIRBY
ma Alpha Mu fraternity. A July chairman of the culture corn- i mend candidates for election to
William A. Dunn, Manager
wedding is planned.
mittee. the hoards of the two agencies.
The Kaplan Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Monson. Frita Roth Drapkin will be guest
Mrs. Lawrence Krieger, 28426 Pierce, Southfield, recently
elected president of the Southfield Area P.T.A. Council, will attend
the state convention April 29-May 1 in Kalamazoo and then will
depart for the national convention to be held May 18-26 in
Miami Beach, Fla.
Carolyn Jayne Baum, a graduate of Royal Oak Dondero High
School, has pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority at Michigan State
Lillian S. Freeman of Alden Park Manor will represent the
Music Study Club at the Michigan Music Federation convention
next week in Flint.
Mrs. Charles Solovich, past national president of Bnai Brith
Women, has been elected a vice-president of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith. Mrs. Solovich is the first women to hold
Mrs. Albert Dworkin and family, of Hartwell Avenue, cele-
brated the 60th birthday of Mr. Dworkin at a surprise party at
their home last Saturday. Among the guests were their daughters,
Cynthia Lee and Shirley Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Beery, Mrs. Louis
Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dworkin, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dworkin,
Mrs. Ann Eisler and Pauline, Mrs. Sidney Katchem and Mrs.
Norma Glassman from Toledo.
Harold Kalt of the Bee Kalt Travel Service has returned from
a familiarization tour to Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. Mrs.
Bee Kalt is conducting an Orient and around-the-world tour which
departed Detroit on April 20. A cocktail and dinner party was
giyen for the tour members.
Benjamin Levinson. president, Franklin Mortgage Corporation ,
entertained a group of distinguished guests at a dinner, in the
Presidential Dining Room of the Mayflower Hotel, Washington,
D.C., Monday. The guest of honor was Ambassador Augusto Guil-
lermo Arango of Panama. Other guests were Hobert Taylor, Jr.,
special assistant to Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, Fred
Burke, executive assistant to Senator Philip Hart, Mrs. Luna Dia-
mond. secretary to Senator Clinton P. Anderson, New Mexico, and
Milton Kronheim of Washington. On Wednesday, Levinson was in
New York to attend the Ambassadors Reception, at the Park Lane
Hotel, to receive a special medal from Abraham D. Beame of
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