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September 03, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-03

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Linda Friedlaender,
Charles Goss to Wed

Hadassahto Honor GoldieAdler
by Cutting 'Celebration Cake'

This occasion will also officially
launch Hadassah's annual honor
roll campaign, with Mesdames Jo-
seph Ehrlich and Mrs. Henry Wine-
man, honorary chairman: Samuel
Shekter, special gifts; Ben Bonin,
general solicitation and Meyer
Berke, co-chairman; David Pollack,
Ima; Milton Corock, Dodah; Ben-
jamin Bond, treasury gifts; Samuel
Rhodes, adviser; David iVliro, Con-
Members and friends are in- tinental Ball adviser, and Ben Lin-
denbaum, social.
vited by Mrs. Jack W. Perlman,
chapter president, to hear Mrs.
Honor Roll vice presidents,
Adler and cut the special cele- group chairmen and co-chairmen
bration cake honoring her re-
who will function in the campaign
turn.
and participate as hostesses at
An Israeli art object will be this event are:
awarded as a prize.
Mesdames Morris Botwin, Morris
Mrs. Henry Berris, program vice Gould and Irwin Famler, Bagley North;
Grebs and Erwin Harwith, Bag-
president, announcse an original Edward
ley South; Lillian Barnett and Jerome
musical presentation dedicated to Kanter. Business and Professional; Sam
and Stanley Berger, Eleanor Roose-
Goldie Adler has been written and Katz
velt: David Keyes and Seymour Summer,
directed by Mrs. David Edelman Evergreen; Bernard Zendel, Ned Weitz-
and Harold Lachman, Greenfield;
and Mrs. Leslie Schmier. The cast man
David Fink, hivonia; Robert Siegel, Mey-
includes Mesdames Jacob Axelrod, ers; Samuel Miller and Ben Lefkovitz,
Schaefer; John J. Mann, Donald Leven-
Herman Fishman, Sue Goldman, son
and Louis Luckoff, Sherwood; James
Richard Hartz, Sidney Jacobs, Rob- Goodfriend, A. (Sylvia) Pearlman and
A. S. (Sarah) Rogoff, University East;
ert Levinson, Richard Rosenthal, Morris Averbuch, Ellis Gans, Harry Stoll
Lucille Sobel, Alfred Strauss, El- and Harry Lindenbaum, University
North; Hymie Eisenbert, N. (Lillian)
roy Wolfe and Lee Yura, accom- Schmideberg
and Alfred Rosen, advisor,
University South.
panied by Mrs. Herbert Pont.

Mackey-Isner Troth
Planned for Tune 5

The opening meeting of Detroit
Chapter, Hadassah, 12:15 p.m.
Sept. 14 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
will be dedicated to Mrs. Morris
Adler, a former chapter president.
Mrs. Davis Benson, vice presi-
dent of Honor Roll, said Mrs.
Adler will outline her impressions
of Israel and Hadassah's accom-
plishments observed during the
Adlers' year there.

MISS LINDA FRIEDLAENDER

Dr. and Mrs. Alex S. Friedlaen-
der of Lincoln Dr., Huntington
Woods, announce the engagement
of their daughter Linda to Charles
B. Goss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
J. Goss of Parsons Ave., South-
field.
Miss Friedlaender and her fiance
attend Wayne State University. A
June 26 wedding is planned.

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Aug. 12.
The national contest will be
judged next month.
Mrs. Marx, formerly with the
Center Camera Club, has been tak-
ing snapshots for four years. She
MISS CAROLE MA.CBEY
used a Minolta autocord camera for
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Mackey the winning photo.
of Westover Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carole Barbara to Arnold
Isner, son of Mrs. David Isner of
Orchestra and Entertainment
Whitmore Rd. and the late Mr.
Isner.
The couple plans a June 5 wed-
ding.

Larry Freedman
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Eliezer Greenberg, poet and
critic, will be the guest
speaker at the first celebration
of the Sholem
PURE BEEF
Aleichem Insti-
tute's 40th anni-
Kashruth Supervision by
versary, to be
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
marked by a lec-
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
ture and banquet
week - end, Sept.
and two steady Mashgichim
17 and 18.
Gr eenberg's
U. S. Oov't. Inspected
lectures w i 11 be
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18, 1:30 p . m . ,
"Poetry andMorality"; ban -
quet lecture, Sept. 18, 6 p.m., "A
Hope for the Perplexed".
The lectures are open to the pub-
lic. The institute's annual banquet
may be attended by reservation
only. For lecture tickets and reser-
vations, call 342-7440.
The author of five books of poe-
try and three books of criticism,
Eliezer Greenberg received, in
1954, the poetry award of the Jew-
ish Book Council of America. At
present he is editor of the Yiddish
Literary monthly, Zukunft. He
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
edited with Irving Howe "A Treas-
ury of Yiddish Stories."

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Camera buff Mrs. Stanley (Sue)
Marx, 19585 Roslyn, won a $50
first-place local award and the
right to enter her winning photo-
graph in the Newspaper National
Snapshot Awards Contest.
Sponsored by the Detroit Free
Press, the local contest continued
for seven weeks. Mrs. Marx' photo
of four girl scouts looking through

a Greenfield Village candy-store
window won in the fifth week and
later was selected as the best of
four black-white entries for the na-
tional competition. The photo ap-
peared in the Free Press issue of

At the recent National Conven-
tion held in New York City, Detroit •
Chapter received the "Silver •
Heart" Award for fulfilling its •

quotas.


Eliezer Greenberg
Scheduled as Sholem
Aleichem Lecturer

Area Woman Snaps Up
Prize in Photo Contest

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