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October 11, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-10-11

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ETROIT MWISH NEW S-16

Friday, October 11, 1963

Detroit Council of Pioneer Women Prizant-Shelnla /I
to Pay Tribute to Veteran Members Engagement Told

Detroit Council's president, Mrs.
Milton Weiss, will be followed
by guest speaker and executive
vice-president of Detroit Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women, Mrs.
Joseph Wyzan, who spent this
past summer in Israel.
Mrs. Wyzan was chosen as
one of 10 Pioneer Women
throughout the United States
by the National Council of Pio-
neer Women to participate in
a series of leadership seminars
in Israel. Her subjects will deal
with her experiences as well as
the work of Moetzet Hapoalot,
sister organization of Pioneer
Women in Israel.
Also participating in the pro-
gram will be Mrs. Hyman Disner
and Mrs. Jack Wilk, who will
provide the musical portion of
the program. Mrs. Sarah Kanter
will give the invocation.
A social hour with cake and
coffee will precede the pro-
gram. Prospective members are
welcome.
Under the auspices of the
education department of the
Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women, a series of seminars
will be held on four consecutive
Tuesdays in the library of the
Labor Zionist Institute, from 10
to 11 a.m., announced Mrs. Sam
Fishman, vice-president of edu-
cation.
With the overall title, "Let's
Look at Labor Zionism," the
series will deal respectively
with the following subjects:
Oct. 15 — "From Gordon to
Borochov to Syrkin";
Oct. 22 — "Three Chayims:
Bialik, Arlazaroff, Greenberg";
Oct. 29 — "Two Bens: Ben-
Gurion and Ben-Zvi";
Nov. 5 — "The Today and
the Tomorrow."
Emanuel Mark, executive
director of the Labor Zionist
You'll love
Organization of Detroit, helped
to organize the seminars. He
will lecture and serve as dis-
cussion leader throughout the
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
series.
For information, call DI
CHEESE
1-0786.

Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women will hold its annual
open house 1 p.m. Oct. 17 at
the Labor Zionist Institute, an-
nounced Mrs. Harry Leavitt,
viee-president of the organiza-
tion.
Observing the 38th year of its
creation, Detroit Council will
honor its sister members who
have given a minimum of 35
years' service. A candle-lighting
ceremony, with the honored
guests as participants, will re-
volve-around a large birthday
cake.
Presiding at the afternoon's
festivities will be Mrs. Alex
Schreier, who, with Mrs. Lillian
Levin, will serve as co-chairmen
for the 1963 membership cam-
paign season. Greetings from

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Cantata to Mark TNT Auxiliary's

Meeting; Mrs. Munson Soloist

Israeli music, in the form of
a cantata, will feature the open-
ing meeting of the season of
the Women's Auxiliary of Jew-
ish National Fund, Tuesday,
12:30 p.m., at Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, 18000 Wyoming. Another
feature of the afternoon will
be a reception for new mem-
bers.
The cantata, "Israeli Music—
The Old and The New," was
written by Mrs. Harry Ober-
stein, who will also act as nar-
rator and provide the musical
accompaniment. Mrs. Arthur
Munson, soprano, will be the
soloist. Mrs. Joshua Sperka is
program chairman.
The Auxiliary's present ob-
jective is to rebuild and
MISS HELENE PRIZANT
strengthen the settlement of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Prizant, Gadot, on the banks of the Jor-
436 W. Iroquois, Pontiac, an- dan river, bordering on Syria.
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Helene, to Jerold
Stanley Sherman, son of the
Albert E. Shermans of West
Los Angeles, Calif.
Miss Prizant graduated from
the University of Michigan with
a B.A. degree in speech. She
also studied at the University
of Vienna. Her fiance gradu-
ated from the University of
Southern California, where he
served as president of the Stu-
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dent Senate and Head Yell
King. He was affiliated with
Blue Key, Skull and Daggar,
Knights and served as president
of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.

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Reva Bodzin was wed to Eugene
Kowalsky in a ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Morris Adler
Aug. 25 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Samuel Bodzin. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Zelick Kowalsky and the late Mr.
KoWalsky. Matron of honor was
Mrs. Jerome Stasson, sister of
the bridegroom. Best man was
Dr. Henry Burko of Brooklyn.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Eli Ku-
hel, sister of the bridegroom;
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Branch 11 of the Labor Zion- were Shelley and Debby Stasson.
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the Branch Bank of the Com-
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Gadot is part of the Detroit
Development Area, the • twin
project of Gadot-Mishmar Hay-
arden, which the local commu-
nity is now in the process of
reclaiming.
Mrs. Abraham Scheuer is
Auxiliary membership chair-
man.
Members of the social and
hospitality committee will be
hostesses. Mrs. Morris Kutinsky
is president. The Auxiliary's
30th annual donor tea will be
held at Temple Israel, Jan. 28.

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