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November 19, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-19

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Balfour Concert Sponsors Expecting Sellout

Dr. Alex Friedlaender, chairman of the Balfour
Concert of the Zionist Organization of Detroit, re-
ported at a recent formal sponsors champagne sup-
per at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Morey Firestone,
on Nov. 10, that this year's event will be a sellout.
The concert will feature Nathan Milstein, violinist,
and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, under the
baton of Paul Paray, 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Ford audi-
torium. Awards were presented, at the supper, to
sponsors of the past five consecutive years by Dr.
Friedlaender and Carmi M. Slomovitz, ZOD presi-
dent. Cantor Harold Orbach presented a musical
program and Jacques Torczyner, national ZOA presi-
dent, spoke on the achievements of the Zionist
movement and its outlook for the future. Award win-

ners are (from left) seated: Mrs. Max Stollman, Mrs.
Morey Firestone, Mrs. M. Ben Lewis, Mrs. Reuben
DubrinIty and Mrs. Joseph Kron; standing: Carmi
M. Slomovitz, Joseph Kron, Phillip Stollman, Dr.
Firestone, Jacques Torczyner, Abraham Borman,
Max Stollman, M. Ben Lewis, Reuben Dubrinsky and
Dr. Alex Friedlaender. Those not pictured are Mrs.
Dorothy Kay Beardall, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Becker,
Mrs. Abraham Borman, Mesdames and Messrs. Tom
Borman, Irwin and Avern Cohn, Max Fisher, Nathan
Freedland, Louis Hamburger, Joseph Holtzman, Max-
well Jospey, Morris Karbal, Abe Kasle, Edward C.
man, Hugo Slotkin and the late Lew Wisper and the
firm of Friedman, Meyers and Keys.

Bnai Moshe Women Ready Donor Event

Mrs. Jerome
Leschner (seat-
e d ) , luncheon
chairman, is be-
ing assisted by
(from left) Mes-
dames Benjamin
Weiss, president
of Bnai Mo she
Meyer Gutter-
man and Herman
Roth, in planning
the sisterhood's
annual donor
luncheon Nov .
* * *
Bnai Moshe Sis-
terhood will hold
its annual donor luncheon noon:.`
Nov. 29 in the synagogue social
Cynthia Raim to Play
Mrs. Jerome Leschner, chair- for Music Study Club
man of the donor, announces a
The final concert rally of the
cocktail hour will preceed the
luncheon, and the play "One Music Study Club prior to its Artist
World" will be presented by the Concert will be a petite luncheon
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Jewish Center Mobile Players.
Guests are welcome. For tickets, Mrs. Stewart Linden, 16367 West-
land, Southfield.
call Mrs. Herman Roth, LI 8-5305,
Mrs. Gaylord
or her co-chairman, Mrs. David
Alexander, chair-
Bernstein, LI 2-7508.
man of the day,
announced Cyn-
thia Raim, a Mus-
ic Study Club
scholarship stu-
dent, is to be solo
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Torby
pianist. Miss
of W. Outer Drive announce the
Raim is present-
engagement of the i r daughter
ly in New York
Linda Dale to Steven Thomas So-
Miss Raim where she is to
bel, son of Mrs. Anne Sobel of compete for the Leonard Bernstein
Brooklyn and the late Mr. Arthur Piano Award.
Sobel. Mr. Sobel is a graduate of
The Artist Concert, to be held
Brooklyn College, and Miss Torby Dec. 5 at Scottish Rite Cathedral,
is a sophomore at Wayne State is an annual event designed to help
University. An Aug. 7 wedding is launch younger talents in their
careers, just when they are on
* * *
the threshhold of national recog-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Smiler of nition. Mezzo-soprano Iris Bala and
Talbot Ave., Huntington Woods, Pinchas Zuckerman, violinist, will
announce the engagement of their be featured.
daughter Cynthia Lynn to Marc
Mrs. A. B. Flayer, UN 4-6420,
Rich, son of Mr. and Mrs. George with Mrs. Ted Powers, LI 6-9366,
J. Rich of Fenton Ave. Mr. Rich to assist her, is in charge of
attends Wayne State University's tickets.
engineering school. A December
1966 wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. William Naftaly
of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Janice Fay to Raymond
Joseph Katz of Nottingham Ave.,
Livonia Jewish Congregation will
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Katz. The bride-to-be is a grad- have its first wedding in the Six
uate of Wayne State University's Mile Rd. building when Janet Hoff
college of art education. Mr. Katz, becomes the bride of Lloyd Her-
a junior in the University of De- man Nov. 27.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
troit dental school, is affiliated
with Alpha Omega Dental Frater- Mrs. Charles Hoff of Mayfield Ave.
nity. A May 8 wedding is planned. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Herman
of Hardy Ave., in Livonia.
To Fraternize at Fun Fete Officiating at the evening cere-
A membership party will be held mony will be Rabbi David Jessel
by Fun, Unlimited at the home of and Cantor Henry Blank of Temple
Melvin Fineman, 10645 W. Ten Beth Am.
The couple plans to live in Li-
Mile, Nov. 27, 9 p.m. The public
vonia after their honeymoon.
is invited at a nominal charge.

8n,g agements

Herman-Hoff Wedding
to Be First for Livonia
Jewish Congregation

Akiva PTA to Hear Talk
on Art and Children

The PTA of Akiva Hebrew Day
School will have its monthly meet-
ing 9 p.m. Monday at the Labor
Zionist Institute.
"How to Develop an Apprecia-
tion of Art in the Young Child"
will be discussed by Mrs. Shlomo
Sperka, art teacher at the Jewish
A graduate of the Cooper
Union College of New York, she
was awarded the Max Beckmann
Memorial Scholarship for grad-
uate work at the Brooklyn
Museum Art School and studied
at the Bezalel Art School, Jeru-
salem. Mrs. Sperka has exhibited
her work at the Herzl Institute,
Cooper Union College, Steuben
Glass Building, City Center Gal-
lery in New York and the
Hanainura Gallery in Detroit.
A brief business meeting will
precede the program. Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Eisenberg will announce
plans for the PTA Millionaires
Night, to be held 9 p.m. Dec. 18
at the Young Israel Center of Oak-
The public is invited to the meet-
ing. For information, call the
school, 342-9119.

Benefit to Feature
Filmed Story of
Eleanor Roosevelt

Hawthorn - Northville Chapter,
Michigan Association for Emotion-
ally Disturbed Children, will spon-
sor, as its annual benefit show, the
full - length documentary, "The
Eleanor Roosevelt Story," at the
Studio North Theater 7:30 and 9
p.m. Dec. 1.
"The Eleanor Roosevelt Story"
by Pulitzer Prize winner Archibald
MacLeish is the story of the
strength of the human spirit,
triumphing over adversity. Eric
Severeid narrates the film.
Proceeds from the benefit will
be used by Hawthorn - Northville
Chapter for the scholarship and
placement fund which enables
children waiting to leave the treat-
ment facilities at Hawthorn Cen-
ter and Northville State Hospital
to enter special schools tailored
to their needs so they may eventu-
ally return to their homes and
community as productive citizens.
The MAEDC benefit committee
includes Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis,
Mrs. Meyer Elman, Mrs. Harold
Hoffman, Mrs. Harry Kashtan, Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Lawrence, Mrs.
Sam Rodd, Mrs. Emmanuel Seidler,
Mrs. Fredrick Shevin and Mrs.
Eleanor Sugarman.
For tickets, call Mrs. Kashtan,
UN 1-4234, or Mrs. Leo Bennish,
UN 2-8358. Tickets may also be
obtained by writing Mrs. Kashtan,
18430 Santa Barbara, or MAEDC,
18656 Parkside.

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is how you say it. Expressions of
sympathy, best wishes or congratu-
lations are much more effective with
a gift basket that speaks for you
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Gov. Romney Honored
by National Conference
of Christians and Jews

Michigan Gov. George Romney
was one of four distinguished
Americans who received the first
National Conference of Christians
and Jews' Charles Evans Hughes
Award for "courageous leader-
ship in governmental service"
Tuesday at the New York Hilton
The others were Govs. Nelson
A. Rockefeller of New York and
Edmund G. Brown of California
and Undersecretary of Commerce
LeRoy Collins.
Mrs. William T. Gosset, daugh-
ter of the late Charles Evans
Hughes, presented Gov. Romney
with his gold medallion at the
dinner. Mr. Hughes, chief justice
of the U.S. Supreme Court, was
the founder of the National Con-
ference. His daughter is the wife
of the former Ford Motor Co. vice

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