Sharon Kahan Is Now
Mrs. Donald Borsand
internationall famous pianist, will
be the guest artist of the concert
series sponsored by the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts Founders' Society
in the large auditorium.
Acknowledged to be among the
top orchestras in the nation, the
HOUSTON SYMPHONY, under
the direction of Sir John Barbi-
rolli, will demonstrate its present
eminent standing when it per-
forms at Detroit's Masonic Audi-
torium March 6. The history of the
`Purim Festival for Israel' Slated
by 26 Bnai Brith Lodges, Chapters
held 8:30 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday. The Wednesday event
to be hosted by Phillip Stoll-
man on behalf of Pisgah Lodge,
will take place in the Norton.
Building, 22100 Greenfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gottlieb
will host the leadership reception
on behalf of Louis Marshall Lodge
and Chapter Thursday at their
home, 19951 Sus- s'W/
sex. Gottlieb is
will be guest
speaker at both
TV writer, pro-
ducer and direc-
tor, was national
chairman of the
Bnai Brith war
ment and former
coordinator of t
tion League. He is the public rela-
tions consultant to the America-
Israel Cultural Foundation and
active in other civic and Jewish
Two leadership receptions pre-
ceding the three events, will be
On Feb. 26, GYORGY SANDOR,
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER DETROIT and EAST SIDE
will install new officers 8:30 p.m. LODGES will present an evening
Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle of "Song and Story" 8:30 p.m.
Center. President - elect Mrs . Wednesday in the Sholem Alei-
Robert Israel announces the
following officers will be installed: chem Institute. Folk songs from
Mesdames Charles Fink, Beverly many lands, especially Israel, will
Toren, George Kent, Harold be sung by Mike Berke and Jerry
Shapiro, Jack Dechter Barney Rosenthal, and the "story" part of
Plotnik, Sam Ginsburg and Charles the evening will be presented by
Stern. Families and friends in- Richard Lobenthal, director of the
vited. There will be a musical Anti-Defamation League regional
program, and refreshments will office. Refreshments will be served,
and admission is free.
Twenty-six Bnai Brith lodges
and their chapters will participate
in three "Purim Festival for Is-
rael" programs March 14, 15 and
16. The affairs will be under the
auspices of the Bnai Brith Israel
Bond program, one of the major
Bnai Brith projects.
The March 14 affair, co-spon-
sored by 15 lodges and chapters,
will be held at the Beth Abraham
social hall; the March 15th and
16th events, at the Labor Zionist
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith program of events last year
resulted in Israel Bond subscrip-
tions totaling $250,000. Einstein
Lodge and Chapter inaugurated
the 1965 Israel Bond program at
a dance Jan. 30, which netted
over $21,000 in Israel Bond sales.
Sol Moss is Council president,
with Alex Gersuk, Council Israel
Bond chairman. Mrs. Jack Sayles
is Women's Council president, and
Mrs. Harold Robinson is Israel
Lew Norman, Jewish-American
comedian, will head the entertain-
ment at the Purim Festivals. Re-
freshments will be served, and
admission will be free.
* * *
Betrothal Is Told
MRS. DONALD BORSAND
Sharon Rita Kahan became the
bride of Dr. Donald M. Borsand in
a recent candlelight ceremony at
Cong. Bnai David. Rabbi Hayim
Donin and Cantor Mordechai Ad-
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. David Kahan, 15260 Oak-
wood, Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Borsand, 17218 Cherrylawn.
Mrs. Stanford Lutz was matron
of honor, and Joyce Gursten
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Barbara Richman, Barbara Elias-
sen, Reva Beatnick, Rosalind Ra-
din and Mrs. Gerald Borsand.
Beverly Kahan, the bride's sis-
ter, was junior bridesmaid, and
Shellie Parr was flower girl.
Gerald Borsand served his broth-
er as best man. Ushers were Mor-
ton Irving Tukel, Jerome Book-
stein, Marvin Borsand, Martin
Kahan and Dr. Bernard Kahan.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will reside in Royal
orchestra goes back to 1913, when
an ensemble of 35 musicians was
formed for a trial concert.
* * *
GARELICK'S GALLERY will
open an exhibition of the sculpture
of Betty Jacob 2-6 p.m. Sunday, to
run through March 13. Miss Jacob,
a native Detroiter, works in bronze
and wood-carving. This is her first
one-man show in Detroit.
Businessmen in the College Park
area will be able to attend a special
eightlweek series, "IMPROVING
THE SMALL BUSINESS PROFIT
PICTURE," beginning 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the College Park
Service Center. Speakers with
practical business experience will
offer their ideas on record-keeping
and taxes; inventory, insurance,
security and safety, regulations
for business and customer rela-
tions. For information, call the
College Park Office, 342-82 2.
'Fun at Hospital'
Hailed in Schools
MISS EVA SANDERS
Mr. and Mrs. Ignac Sanders, of
Margareta Ave., Redford Township,'
announce the engagement of their
daughter Eva Marie to Thomas
Sherman Hawley, son of Mr. and.,
Mrs. Vernon J. Hawley of Imperia.0
Hwy., Redford Township. A June
27 wedding is planned.
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Conalee (Mrs. Robert S.) Tre- I Lincoln 5-8614
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book so entertaining that it has
been welcomed in schools and has
won approval of educators here.
Her "Fun at the Hospital," pub-
Harry B. Keidan Lodge, Bnai will be made by Circuit Court
lished by Carlton
Brith, will present its Citizenship
speaker will be John B. Swainson,
from a personal
and Brotherhood Award to Mayor former governor of Michigan.
Complete Selection of Kosher Frozen Foods
Jerome P. Cavanagh, 8:30 p.m.
Saul M. Leach, master of cere-
her son, Peter,
Tuesday at the Sheraton-Cadillac
monies, invites all members' fami-
who had broken
lies and friends at no charge. Re-
an arm and ap-
President Max Lieberman said freshments will be served, to be
proached his stay
the Mayor quali- followed by dancing to the music
in the hospital
fied for this of Frankie Paul and his orchestra.
with f ear. His
mother, a kinder-
The program is under the direc-
during the term
garten teacher in
of his office, he
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has "exemplified Roberts and Alfred Lakin, pro- succeeded
in allaying fears.
the spirit of the gram committee.
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BY POPULAR DEMAND!
ing with all races, colors and will be Louis Rose and Phillip and entertainment—that Mrs. Tre-
creeds in order to harmoniously Rossen. Cantor David Bagley will peck was encouraged to produce it
keep Detroit as free as possible of entertain.
For information, call Rossen, by educators.
bigotry and intolerance."
She now teaches at the law
The presentation and introduction DI 2-6023.
school mornings and takes Wayne
State University afternoon courses
in education, preparing herself for
The Trepecks have four sons.
One is a Michigan State University
graduate, another is a University
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ANNUAL WINTER CLEARANCE SALE
by a number of schools here, and
proceeds from gifts of books made
to Hillel and Akivah Day Schools,
aiding the school funds and worthy
Mayor to Receive Citizenship Award
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, February 26, 1965
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