Brandeis Dinner Gets Feminine Touch
'Today's Crises in World Jewry' Picked as Theme
of Hadassah's Education Day Program Tuesday
South Oakland County: Mes- Leo Keeps, Ben Etkin and Jack
The annual Hadassah Education
Day, first cosponsored education dames Alan Soskin, vice president Strickstein.
Following the luncheon, guests
event of Detroit and South Oak- of education; and Norman Klein,
will have the opportunity to pre-
land Chapters, will be held Tues-
view the various Book Fair ex-
day at the Jewish Center. Theme is
hibits which will be on display
"Today's Crises in World Jewry."
for the Center's annual Book
The program, scheduled for 10
Fair, which officially opens Nov.
a.m. to 2:45 p.m., will commence
with greetings by Mrs. Louis Coop-
Luncheon reservations must be
er, president of SOC, and invoca-
made by Nov. 5 at Hadassah
tion by Mrs. Rubin Bienstock,
House, BR. 3-5441.
Michigan Region president.
All Hadassah members and
William J. Poplack, president of the Brandeis University Club
At the morning session, Mrs.
guests are invited.
of Detroit, gets help from members of the Detroit Chapter of the
David J. Schachter, chairman of
National Women's Committee for Brandeis in planning the formal
the day, wil present Dr. Daniel J.
dinner to be held at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel Nov. 16. With
Elazar, professor of political sci-
Poplack are (from left) Mesdames Alan Schwartz; Herbert Burdick,
ence at Temple University, Phila-
president of the Women's Chapter; Milton Zussman; and A. Alfred
delphia, who will discuss "The
Taubman. Poplack holds a bust of the late U.S. Supreme Court
American Jewish Community —
Justice Louis D. Brandeis, for whom the school at Waltham, Mass.,
Jeopardy or Commitment?"
Hadassah's Education Day
is named. Six Detroiters are to be honored as fellows of the uni-
His father, Albert Elazar, super-
verity, and guest speakers will be Dr. Abram L. Sachar, president
intendent of the United Hebrew program Tuesday will be under
of the school, and Norman Rabb, chairman of the board of trustees.
Schools, and brother David, sci- the direction of (from left) Mes-
MOVIES, SINCE 1946
ence librarian of the Kresge Li- dames David Schachter, chair-
brary of Wayne State Univeristy man of the day; Maurice M.
WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS
Forum on 'Justice' Set and head librarian of the United Perlman, Detroit Chapter's vice
president of education; and Alan
by Federation Women; at the afternoon session.
Soskin, South Oakland County
The senior Elazar will discuss
Author-Rabbi to Speak
"The Jews, 1965," focusing on
"Justice and Judaism" will be problems of world Jewry.
the theme of the 1965 Fall Forum
David Elazar, co-author with
to be presented by the Women's his brother of a classification
Division on the Jewish Welfare system for libraries of Judaica
Federation of Detroit.
to be published in the near
From LONDON, ENGLAND
future, will speak on "Books,
Rabbi Eugene J. Lipman, spirit-
Like CHEESE KREPLACH
ual leader of Temple Sinai, Wash- Unlimited."
ington, D. C., will speak at the
A subscription luncheon will be
first of three Forum meetings, 1:15 served at noon, for which the in-
"Distinctive Styling in Music
p.m. Wednesday at the home of vocation will be delivered by Mrs.
to your Individual Taste"
Mrs. Henry Pariser, 1010 Ardmoor ; Albert Elazar, a United Hebrew
Schools teacher and active in Ha-
field of education.
The Forum is an annual series dassah's
Mrs. Jack Perlman, president
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee knows
designed to provoke stimulating of the Detroit Chapter, will award
what he's talking about. His
thought and discussion on timely a special Hadassah citation to Ela-
Cheese Ravioli has the
and significant subjects.
zar in recognition of his outstand- •
"grandest taste"-=whether you
AMERICA'S No. 1
say .a in Italian or Jewish or a
Albert Vorspan of "Justice and - Town Hall and Education projects. •
mixture of both. Have some
Participants in "E-Day" arrange- •
Judaism — The Work of Social
for lunch or supper today.
Action" and "A Tale of Ten ments are as follows:
religious tensions and teamwork. rice M. Perlman (education), Hen- •
His new work, "A Mishnah Read-
uel Schaflander, vice presidents, •
If you like cheese kreplach,
er," will soon be available.
. . .
and Julius Schwartz, George Wein- : and taste from Kosher Zion . . .
you'll love these tender little
macaroni pies ...filled with
garden, Abe Kutlov, Ben Linden- •
made fresh daily in our new,
College, Cincinnati, Rabbi Lipman baum and George Parzan, chair- •
tangy Italian Cheese...sim-
modern, clean, stainless steel
did graduate work in psychology men.
mered with savory tomato
kitchens, under strict 'J.S. Gov--
at the Institute -for Individual
sauce and cheese...seasoned
in the real Italian way.
U-m, m! Real Italian flavor
pital, New York.
created by famed Chef Boy-
At subsequent fall forum meet-
Ar-Dee. And thrifty. Costs
AND PASSED BY
ings Judge Wade H. McCree will
only about 150 per serving!
speak at the' home of Mrs. Avern
L. Cohn Nov. 17; and Rabbi Jacob
E. Segal of Adas Shalom Syna-
ookue Nov. 23 at the home of its annual luncheon 12:15 p.m. : SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO CHICAGO 8, ILL
Wednesday at Cong. A havas
Mrs. Theodore Levin.
Proceeds go toward scholarships ree•- mmeoesoomoomeee•oemooesoomoomoft
for camp and further Hebrew e
Rodomer Aid Meeting
studies, as well as books for the •
THINK ABOUT THANKSGIVING!
Radomer Aid and Ladies' So- library.
ciety will hold an executive board
Program f o r
meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday at the the afternoon
Workmen's Circle Center. Mr. and will be selections
Mrs. Sol Ager will be host and by the Bel Canto
Choir, under the
direction of Can-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
CARRY-OUT FOODS AVAILABLE
t o r Simon Ber-
20—Friday, November 5, 1965
kl e.ailosd., /ast 4e.a.P o'ea.1 ./
manis and ac-
Dinners on Order
companied b y
Mildred Levey at
• Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing,
t h e piano, ac-
• Cheese Blintzes
Potatoes and Gravy
cording to Mrs. Mrs. Feldman
• • Tasty Delicious Kishka
Mitchell Feldman, luncheon chair- •
• Dill Pickles
• • Chopped Liver • Chopped Herring
A luncheon rally was held •
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. •
WE HAVE FRESH CROP INDIAN NUTS!
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
George Orley of Warrington Dr. •
Mrs. Isadore Goren, president of •
the Woman's Auxiliary of t h e •
LIV E ER
United Hebrew Schools, invites
the entire community to attend.
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