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November 08, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-08

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Friday, November 8, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 16

Bar-Han Women's Division Joins
Sponsorship of Dinner Honoring
Mesdames Ehrlich, Bargman

Mrs. Max Stollman, national
chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion of American Friends of
Bar-Ilan University, announced
this week that her group locally
has joined in sponsoring the
annual dinner to be held Nov.
26 at the Shaarey Zedek.
Committees of women spon-
sors have been formed, accord-
ing to Mrs. Stollman, to join in
honoring two distinguished wo-
men, Mesdames Joseph H. Ehr-
lich and Theodore Bargman, at
the dinner, which will be ad-
dressed by Rabbi Lookstein,
president of Bar - Ilan Univer-
sity.
Praising the two women se-
lected for the honor on Nov.
26, Mrs. Stollman said:
"Dora Buchhalter Ehrlich is
closely linked with American
Jewry. She has served our com-
munity from her earliest youth,
as a teacher in the Shaarey
Zedek school, and later as a
high school teacher. She is one
of America's great Zionist wo-
men, and her links with Hadas-
sah have made her a leader
not only locally but also na-
tionally.
"Mrs. Ehrlich has been an in-
spiration to all—in the Zionist
movement, in the congrega-
tional activities, in the Jewish
Welfare Federation and in Al-
lied Jewish Campaigns, in all
movements of merit. We are
honoring a most dedicated wo-

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man when we honor Dora
Ehrlich.
"Similarly, we have chosen
another woman of distinction
when we decided through Bar-
Ilan University to honor Mina
Bargman. She, too, was an edu-
cator. She, too, as a former
president of Detroit Hadassah,
linked her name with Israel and
with Zionism. As a chairman
of the Women's Division of the
Israel Bond Organization she
devoted herself untiringly to
work for Israel.
"In the Jewish Social Service
Bureau and now in the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
she became a great supporter
of all efforts in behalf of the
homeless, the aged, the widow-
ed and the orphaned. She has
been and remains one of the
strongest supporters of Bar-Ilan
University.
We are privileged to be able
to honor two great women—
Mesdames Joseph H. Ehrlich
and Theodore Bargman."

Music Study Club
Schedules- Annual
Artists' Concert

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Of Your Affair
Music by

Dubow, violinist.
This concert is presented
each year to provide funds for

scholarships
for young and

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aspiring musi-
cians; to assist
them toward
self reliance
a n d skilled
musicianship;
to give young
artists an op-
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appear in con- Mrs. Reich

cert with music critics in at-
tendance and to grant scholar-
ships, books, musical instru-
ments and electronic equip-
ment to the Hebrew University,
Bar-Ilan University and other
Israeli schools and institutions.
A series of pre-concert teas
will begin 12:30 p.m. Tuesday

at the home of 'Mrs. J. Steward
Linden, 16367 Westland, South-
field. Mrs. Jack Mash will ac-
company soloist Mrs. George
R. Terebelo. The public is in-

vited to attend.

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gagement of their daughter,
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vich, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Solovich, 17316 Santa
Rosa.
The bride-elect is a senior at
the University of Michigan. Her
fiance attended the University
of Detroit and is a member of
Phi Sigma Delta fraternity. A
June 9 wedding is planned.

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Marriages
The Annual Artists' Concert
of the Music Study Club of
BEAUBAIRE - KAATZ: Joan
Detroit will be held on Dec. 8
at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Ellen Kaatz was wed to Robert

said Mrs.. Max Reich, concert
chairman. Two young artists of
promise will be featured; Linda
Eisenberg, pianist, and Marilyn

A WEDDING?
A BAR MITZVAH?

M. Beaubaire on Oct. 27 at
Temple Emanu-El. Parents of
the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Bertram Kaatz, 26510 Dundee,
Huntington Woods, and Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Beaubaire, 2401
W. 90th St., Minneapolis, Minn.
The bride wore a gown of candle-
light peau de soie trimmed with
imported French lace and crys-
tal beads. The bell-shaped skirt
fell into a court train. Matching
lace covered the pill-box head-
dress. She carried the Bible used
by her grandmother and mother.
Marjorie' Kaatz served her sister
as maid of honor. Mrs. Irwin
Cook of Bloomington, Minn.,
sister of the bridegroom, was
bridesmaid. Sidney R. Robinson
of Chicago, cousin of the bride-
groom, was best man. Ushers
were Leon Kaatz, brother of the
bride; Irwin Cook, brother-in-
law of the bridegroom, of Bloom-
ington; and Thomas Van Straa-
ten of Chicago. The newlyweds
departed for a honeymoon in
Montego Bay, Jamaica. They will
live at 2400 N. Lakeview,
Chicago.

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season on Feb. 16. The winner
will also receive a scholarship
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Camp. Violinist Gordon Staples
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judges.
Entry blanks may be obtained
by calling the office of the
Symphony Society at LI 7-8900.

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