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February 18, 1966 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-18

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ORT's Fair Ladies to Fete New Members Bar-Ilan Women's Hadassah's Mrs. Albert P. Schoolman
Semi annual Event to Address 'Challenge-1966' Institute

Set for Thursday

Reports on the progressive at-
tainments of Bar-Ilan University
in Israel will be submitted at the
semi annual meeting of Detroit
Chapter of Bar-r
Ilan Women's Or-
ganization, at the
Jewish Center, at
noon next Thurs-
day, Mrs. Max
Stollman, presi-
dent of the na-
tional women's
Bar-Ilan organiz-
ation announced.
Guest speaker
at the meeting
will be Dr. Uriel
Simon, Bar-Ilan
associate profes-
sor. The musical Mrs. Stollman
program will be given by the Bel-
Canto Choral Group conducted by
Cantor Simon Bermanis. A dessert
"Wouldn't ORT Be Loverly?" is the title of a skit to be pre-
luncheon will be served.
sented by Womens American ORT at its birthday party March 2,
Admission will be free. For res-
and the flower girls extending the invitation are members of the
ervations call the Bar-Ilan office,
ORT membership committee (from left) Mesdames Ben Brant,
DI 1-0708.
region vice president, Louis Sarko, Philip Buckfire, Stuart Sachse
The global meeting of Bar-Ilan
and Bernard Zaffern.
associates, held in Israel last week,
* * *
attracted representatives from
New and prospective members many lands, it was reported this
and their sponsors will be guests week.
of Women's American ORT (Or-
g a n i z a t i o n for Rehabilitation
through Training) for a celebration
of ORT's 86th birthday 12:15 p.m.
March 2 at Temple Israel.
LONDON (JTA)—An Armenian
Dessert and coffee will be fol-
of Cypriote birth and British na-
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah will
tionality who is chef at Bloom's lowed by the program, an original call attention to "What's New" in
skit
by
the
Fairview
Play-
musical.
Kosher Restaurant in London's
this year's Town Hall Series of
East End grappled with the pro- ers, "Wouldn't ORT Be Loverly?" lectures and discussions at Hadas-
The newly formed Southwoods sah House on three successive
blem of accepting an invitation
from Princess Margaret to be her Chaper will be presented with its Thursdays, March 3, 10 and 17, at
new chef at the Kensington Pa- charter by Mrs. William Wetsman, 12:15 p.m.
region president. Accepting for her
lace. •
Dr. John Weiss, professor of his-
Bambos Pais said he did not chapter will be Mrs. Jerome Ros- tory at Wayne State University,
will open the series by speaking on
know what to do "because Mr. and man, Southwoods president.
Dr. Milton Covensky of Wayne "What's New in Vietnam." A grad-
Mrs. Bloom have been so good to
me and working here is almost State University will speak on uate of Wayne, Dr. Weiss received
his PhD from Columbia University.
like being one of the family." But, "Ideas That Changed Mankind."
he added, "they don't want to stop
Mrs. Ben Brant, region vice pres- He is an editor of the magazine
my career."
ident of membership, who will pre- New University Thought and Grad-
Sidney Bloom, owner of 'he side, announced that prizes will be uate Comment, and the author of
restaurant, refused to say anything awarded. and sponsors of new two books, "Moses Hess, Utopian
except that the royal invitation members will receive extra "divi- Socialist" and "Origins of Modern
was "an honor for him and an dends." Tickets are available from Consciousness."
On March 10, Albert Elazar,
honor for us."
chapter membership chairmen or
The chef added that he would the ORT office on Livernois Ave. superintendent of the United He-
brew Schools, will moderate a
decide in about a month after The grand prize is a complete trip
panel of teen-agers as they evalu-
Princess Margaret and her hus- to New York City for two by jet.
ate their experiences in "Jewish
band, the Earl of Snowdon, return-
Mrs. Wetsman said mem- Education—Where Is It?"
ed from a visit to Hong Kong. The bers who join on ORT Day are
"What's New and What's Old—
royal couple became acquainted paid in full until September 1967. Jewish Theater in Detroit" will be
with the kosher cooking expert To win a prize the ticket holder the topic shared by Dr. James A.
when they attended a private party must be present in the audience. Miller of the speech and drama
which the chef catered. On a num- Those who are not guests of ORT department of Wayne State Uni-
ber of other similar occasions they will be admitted for a nominal versity and Moshe. Haar, executive
told him how much they enjoyed donation.
director of the Sholom Aleichem
his culinary arts, which extend
Institute and expert on the Yid-
well beyond kosher cooking.
Day Schools' Conclave
dish theater.
Delegates representing more than
Dr. Miller, who recently re-
Most wives eventually learn to 300 Hebrew Day Schools through-
ceived his PhD from Wayne,
drive a car—even if only in an out the United States and Canada
wrote his doctoral dissertation
adyisory capacity.—Sparta (Wis.) are expected to attend the 18th
on "The Resident Yiddish Thea-
Herald.
annual convention of the National
ter in Detroit from 1920 to 1937."
Association of Hebrew Day School
A science artist for the Detroit
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
PTAs in Toronto, Sunday through Yiddish Playhouse from 1924 to
Tuesday.
20—Friday, February 18, 1966
1928, Dr. Miller's art has been
exhibited across the country, and
he has painted and deSigned
productions for Wayne's Bon-
stelle Theater and the Hilberry
Classic Theater.
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
Mrs. Lewis Grossman will mod-
erate the entire Town Hall series.
Coffee and cake will be served
Lb.
before each lecture, and there is
a nominal registration fee for the
entire series.
Mrs. Lewis Grossman, chairman,
Lb.
is assisted by Mrs. Morton Barnett,
Mrs. Lawrence Wember, Mrs.
Lb.
George Rubin and Mrs. George
Weingarden.

Princess- Invites
Kosher Restaurant
Cook to Be Her Chef

Hadassah Town Hall
to See 'What's New'

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"The Feminine Mystique in the
Jewish Tradition" will be discuss-
ed by Mrs. Albert P. Schoolman,
member of the national executive
committee of Hadassah, at the In-
stitute Day of Beth Shalom Sister-
hood Wednesday.
Mrs. Lawrence Gorosh, chair-
man of the institute, invites the
public to participate in the pro-
gram, "The Great Challenge-1966,
Jews Living in a Free Society" at
the synagogue. Registration at 9:30
a.m. will be followed by the key-
note address by Rabbi Mordecai S.
Halpern of Cong. Beth Shalom.
Workshops to explore the theme of
the day are scheduled at 10:30
a.m., and Mrs. Schoolman will give
her major pres-
entation at 1:15
p.m., following a
luncheon.
Mrs. Schoolman
a volunteer work-
er from NeAN
York, has served
on the national
board of Hadas-
sah for more than
25 years, holding
many offices. In Mrs. Schoolman
recognition of her services to Youth
Aliyah and the Zionist movement,
she was elected a full member of
the Youth Aliyah management
board of the Jewish Agency in
Jerusalem.
Mrs. Schoolman's service to
Youth Aliyah began in 1947 when
she accepted the Jewish Agency's
call to act as co-chairman of its
Youth Aliyah management com-
mittee. She played a vital role in
its reorganization after the passing
of Henrietta Szold and during the
hectic period of mass immigration
of children and youth.
The dining hall at Ramat Ha-
dassah Szold is named for Mrs.
Schoolman in gratitude for her
contribution. She was the first

world chairman of the executive
for Child's Day, setting a pattern
for world-wide and interfaith
observance of this memorial to
martyred Jewish youth.

Mrs. Schoolman was a member
of the World Zionist Action Com-
mittee from 1937 for many yeais,
and was the first American Jewish
woman to chair actions committee
and Congress commissions.
As chairman of the Hadassah
Medical Organization Committee
for a six-year period, she super-
vised all of Hadassah's projects in
Israel.

Israel's Electric Works
Israel's electric power network
supplies a total of 756,000 custom-
ers over 7,200 miles of high and
low tension-spread throughout the
country.

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