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January 03, 1964 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-03

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Friday, January 3, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-14

Pioneer Women's Histadrut Month Jacobs-Swarin
Scheduled for jan, 15 to Feb. 15
Vows Exchanged

The Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women has declared
Jan. 15 to Feb. 15 "Histadrut
Month" within the organization.
Mrs. Esther Fishman, Council
Histadrut chairman, announced
at a special Histadrut leadership
meeting that 15 local chapters
will devote themselves exclu-
sively to solicitation of pledges
on behalf of the Histadrut cam-
paign during this period.
Activities in each of the
chapters will be directed by a
Histadrut chairman under the
overall supervision of Mrs. Fish-
man. assisted by Mrs. Belle
Glenner, who headed the di-
vision last year and was sub-
sequently appointed vice-presi-
dent in charge of funds for
Pioneer Women.
The activities on behalf of
the Histadrut campaign will cul-
minate with tea given by His-
tadrut in honor of the Pioneer
Women of Detroit to be held
at the Haying Greenberg Center
Jan. 23. •
The program will have the
added attraction of a television
set as a prize. All members of
the Detroit Council of Pioneer
Women who have turned in
their own pledges to the cam-
paign by Jan. 23 will be eligible
for a prize.
Arrangement and decorations
will be handled by a group of
volunteer members of the Pion-
eer Women's organization.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Histadrut office, UN
4-7094.
At a meeting of Pioneer Wom-
en Histadrut chairmen, it was
recommended that the organ-
ization raise 20% more than
last year in honor of the 40th
anniversary year of the cam-
paign. The amount of plus giv-
ing will be used to provide an
educational scholarship for an
Israeli youngster, to be estab-
lished in the name of the De-
troit Council of Pioneer Worn-
en.

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Histadrut chairmen of the Pioneer
Women chapters are: Mrs. Adele
Mondry and Mrs. Ida Katz, Club
One; Pauline Liberson, Club Two;
Mrs. Sandra Sabbata, Alonah; Mrs.
Estelle Wilk, Avodah; Mrs. Sara
Cotler, Brandeis; Pearl Nusbaum,
B & P; Mrs. Gladys Kaminer and
Mrs. Fanny Woodro w, Chana
Czenesh; Mrs. Shulamis Goldoftas,
Dimona; Mrs. Molly Stein, Golda
Myerson; Mrs. Pearl Handelman,
Hanita; Mrs. Pearl Lieberman, Is-
rael; 1VIrs. Tillie Wine and Mrs.
Lilly Stollman, Kinneret; Mrs. Betty
Karbal, Masada; Mrs. Lillian Klein,
Negbah; Mrs. Ruth Gaynor, Sharona.

Jelinek to Play
Cello Concerto for
Center Symphony

Dvorak's Cello Concerto will
be played by Jerome Jelinek at
the next Center Symphony Or-
chestra concert under the di-
rection of Julius Chajes on
Tuesday evening at the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
Jelinek began the study of
the cello in Detroit under the
guidance of John Lewan and
continued his work at the Uni-
versity of Michigan with Oliver
Edel, receiving the degrees of
Bachelor of Music (1952) and
Master of Music (1953). A
member of the Detroit Sym-
phony from 1951-53, he has also
appeared as soloist with that
orchestra on two occasions.
As a receipient of the Ful-
bright award
in 1956, Jel-
inek studied
with Douglas
Cameron at
Royal
al Acad-
emy of Music,
London, Eng-
land, and con-
certized in
England and
Germany. In
1961, ,Jelinek
accepted h i s
present posi-
tion on t h e
faculty of the
University of
Jelinek
Michigan School of Music and
became cellist of the Stanley
Quartet. Jelinek p e r f or ms
widely in the state of Michigan
and throughout the nation both
as a member of the Stanley
Quartet and as cello soloist. His
many awards include the Stan-
ley Medal of the University of
Michigan (1952), a Fulbright
award (1956), and the Harriet
E. Cohen International Music
Award in Cello (1958).
Listed on the program is a
new composition by Julius Cha-
jes, Theme and Variations for
String Orchestra, which will
receive its first performance on
this occasion. Weber's Over-
ture to "Oberon" and Haydn's
Symphony No. 102 will also be
played.
Tickets are available at Cen-
ter's Cashier and at the box
office on the night of the con-
cert.

MRS. HOWARD JACOBS

Rochelle Carolyn SwarM,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
Swarin, 19190 Lauder, became
the bride of Howard Paul
Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Jacobs, 17301 Greenlawn,
on Dec. 29 at Temple Israel.
Cantor Simon Bermanis and
Rabbis Robert Arm, M. Robert
Syme and L. Fram officiated.
The bride wore a gown of
ivory Brussels lace and silk peau
de soie fashioned with a high
fitted neckline, three-quarter-
length sleeves and a over blouse
effect moulded into a controlled
bell-shaped skirt extending into
a graceful chapel train. A
petite crown of pearls and crys-
tals held her petal veil of im-
ported silk illusion. She carried
a Bible covered with white
roses.
Mrs. William Steiner, sister
of the bridegroom, served the
bride as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Arnold
Sandburg, Mrs. Ronald Krone,
Lorraine Sandbrae, Mrs. David
Jacobs and Marilyn Levin.
Sheldon Brenner served the
bridegroom as best man.
Ushers were Dr. David Jacobs,
Stuart Jacobs, Michael Swarth,
William Steiner and Gary
Sanders
Following a honeymoon in
Mexico, the couple will reside
in Oak Park.

Royal Nursing Center
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Sudran, Formerly of Detroit Federation, Gets
Essex County Community Council Post

NEWARK, N.J., (JTA)—Abe

L. Sudran of Kansas City, Mo.,
has been appointed executive
director of the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Essex County,
it was an
nounced by
Martin Jelin,.
president
the Council.
Sudran, w h o•
1 S currently
executive d
rector of the
Jewish Feder-
ation and
Council of
Greater K a n-
sas City, will
succeed the
late Herman
M. Pekarsky,
who died in
S e p t e mber.
Sudran
He will as-
sume his new post about
March 1.
Like Pekarsky, Sudran for-
merly was assistant to Isidore
Sobeloff, executive director of
the Detroit Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, before assuming his
Kansas City post.
A staff committee of three,
which has been supervising the
affairs of the JCC, United Jew-
ish Appeal, Jewish Community
Foundation and the Jewish
News since Pekarsky's death,
will continue performing that
function until the arrival of
Sudran.

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