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February 18, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-18

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Plan Pioneer Women's Bond Affair

At the Pioneer Women's planning breakfast, which made plans
and preparations for the Pioneer Women's annual Israel Bond
award luncheon, from left: Seated, Mesdames Sam Fishman, presi-
dent of Detroit Pioneer Women's Council; Charles Fierer, Pioneer

Women's national representative; Alexander Schreier, who will
be chairman of the luncheon; standing, Mesdames Milton Weiss,
Norman Leemon, ticket chairman, Sam Fishman and Victor Ross,
president of Dimona Chapter. The annual luncheon will be held
March 24 at Shaarey Zedek. It will be preceded by a leadership
reception and tea, March 14, at the home of Mrs. Jack Weinbaum
In Huntington Woods.

Lily Dache, Eye-Opening Hats
to Appear at Hadassah Event

Dache, the celebrated
women's hat designer, will be pre-
sented by the Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah at its annual "Eye Open-
er Affair" March 29 at the Royal
Theater, concluding its current
Eye Bank Project.
Mrs. Joseph H.
Jackier is chair-
man of the day.
Under the di-
rection of Mrs.
David Pollack,
chapter chairman
of the Eye Bank
Project, this spe-
cial campaign is
to raise funds to
Mrs. Jackier fight eye diseases
and save the sight of children and
adults in Israel who are suffering
from tracoma and other blinding
afflictions. One filled bank of $5
in dimes will save one eye and
will make the contributor eligible
to• attend the Eye Opener Affair.
The program will be a colorful
spring fashion show, with Lilly
Dache serving as commentator. In
addition, another personality will
entertain.
Mrs. Jack W. Perlman, presi-
dent of the Detroit Chapter,
pointed out that sight is being
restored to countless people
through research by the Hadas-
sah Medical Organization's oph-
thalmological department at the

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Hadassaah-Hebrew University
Medical Center.
The Detroit Chapter hopes that
in addition to providing the medi-
cine to prevent blindness, it will
be able to contribute to the new
ophthalmological department's
work on all diseases of the eyes.
Group Eye Bank chairmen are
as follows:

Business and Professional, Goldie
Slaker and Lillian Abramsohn; Bagley
North, Mesdames Louis Silberfarb and
George Carson; Bagley South, Bernard
Zuppke, Jack Factor, Wiliam Kurtz and
Max Stone; Eleanor Roosevelt, Stanley
Berger; Evergreen, Joseph Glickman;
Greenfield, Gerald Kabeck; Livonia,
Marvin Berman; Meyers - Wyoming,
Leo Gottfurcht, Isadore Kurinsky,
Nathan Cutler, Bernard Copley and
Harry Krohn; Schaefer, Sam Cohen,
Louis Cohen, Sam Rubin, Jack Seder
and Sam Miller, secretary; Sherwood,
Sidney Winer, Paul Lansat and Ben
Franklin; University East, Richard
Kama and Oscar Kramer; University
North, J. Starman, Laurence Blau, I.
Kleinstein and Louis Hartman• and
University South, Lee Furth and Harry
Sand.

Center Theater Stages
'Enemy of the People,

Photographers model Jeanne
Fox decided that if she were to
broaden her career in the field of
auto shows, commercials and film
advertising, she would need some
experience in live performances.
It was her decision to join the
acting class offered by Center
Theater at the Jewish Center.
After 15 weeks
of hard work she
auditioned for
the production of
"An Enemy of
the People."
Her first role is
of Petra, a strong-
willed young girl,
who supports her
father, Dr. Stock-
,:zrrian in his strug-
Miss Fox gle to bring the
truth to a small Norwegian town.
"An enemy of the People," di-
rected by Robert McKee, will open
8:30 p.m. Saturday in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater, and appear Sun-
day, Wednesday and Thursday,
Feb. 26 and 27.
Also in the cast are Rita Ko-
gan and her 11-year-old son
Seth.
Although this is Seth's first stage
experience his mother has been
active with Center Theater's Mo-
bile Theater and has given notable
performances in "One World" and
"The American Dame." Her last
role on the major bill was in "An-
niversary Waltz."
She received her training at the
University of Wisconsin with the
Wisconsin Players. She has sub-
sequently appeared many times on
local radio and television and is
studying in Wayne State Univer-
sity's speech and drama depart-
ment on a fellowship.
In "An Enemy of the People,"
she plays Catherine, the wife of
Dr. Stockman.
* * *

Cellist Babini to Play
Chajes Concerto at Center

Italio Babini, solo cellist of the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra, will
play the Cello Concerto by Julius
Chajes at the next concert of the
Center Symphony Orchestra under
the direction of the composer
If additional Eye Banks are de- March 1 at the Jewish Center.
Harold Orbach, cantor of Temple
sired, they can be obtained through
group chairmen or by calling the Israel, will also be be heard as
soloist in songs and arias by Men-
Hadassah office, BR 3-5441.
delssohn, Halvey and Chajes. Con-
* * *
certo Grosso No. 2 by Ernest
Spring Tours Booked
Bloch and "Emek" by Marc Lavry
also are listed on the program.

by Detroit Chapter

Mrs. Max Dushkin, Hadassah
Detroit Chapter tourism chairman,
announces several tours have been
arranged for individuals or fami-
lies interested in visting Israel and
other countries within the next
few months.
These include a Shared-experi-
ence family tour July 10- Aug. 7,
Passover Tour April 2 - 27 in Is-
rael, Paris and Holland; Shavuoth
Tour May 16 - June 6 in Israel,
Greece and Rhodes; and a Scandi-
navian Tour June 19 - July 17 in
Israel, Denmark, Sweden and Nor-
way.
The spring cruises, all leav-
ing New York April 29 on the SS
Shalom, include stops in Israel and
Europe for 54-57 days.
For details, call Mrs. Dushkin,
DI 1-2976, or the Hadassah office,
BR 3-5441.

* * *

U-M Art Prof to Speak

Marshak B•odey Troth Hadassah Backs LBJ
Announced ln
izona on Viet Peace Feelers

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' ..........

MISS SYLBERTA MARSHAK

At a family dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Marshak, former
Detroiters of Scottsdale, Ariz., an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Sylberta Ellen to Michael
Joseph Brodey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Steve Brodey of New. York
City.
The bride is a graduate of Ari-
zona State University, with a de-
gree in elementary education. She
was affiliated with Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority. Her fiance, a gradu-
ate of Staunton Military Academy,
attended New York University,
where he was a member of Phi
Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
A June 11 wedding is planned.

Sholem Aleichem Draws
Plans for Art Exhibit

NEW YORK (JTA)—Hadassah
acclaimed President Lyndon B.
Johnson's persistent efforts in his
quest for a peaceful solution of
the war in Vietnam. In a resolu-
tion approved unanimously at its
annual mid-winter conference,
Hadassah expressed the hope that
the course pursued by the United
States and the United Nations Se-
curity Council to achieve peace in
Vietnam will be successful.
Other resolutions supported the
position of the U.S. delegation to
the United Nations to include in
the now-pending convention on
religious intolerance, specific men-
tion of anti-Semitism; endorsed
the view that the work of the In-
ternational Cooperation Year be
extended to an International Co-
operation Decade; and supported
President Johnson's position that
the war on poverty be made inter-
national in scope and urged the
continuation and expansion of the
U.S. foreign aid program as "a po-
tent instrument in our clues:, for
peace."

Stark Chapter Dance Set

Michael C. Stark Chapter of the
Children's Leukemia Foundation
will hold its annual Hootenanny-
Square Dance 8 p.m. Feb. 26 at
the Knights of Columbus Hall,
Hazel Park. Featured will be Jim
Schultheis and the Hi-Liters.
Proceeds will go to the Leuke-
mia Foundation. Refreshments will
be served, and there will be many
prizes. For information, call Mrs.
Edmund Supowit, LI 6-8461, or
Mrs. Stark, UN 3-2553.

Sholem Aleichem Institute will
He is happy who knows
hold an art exhibit and sale noon fortune.—Chinese proverb. his good
to 10 p.m. Feb. 25 and 26 and 1 to
6 p.m. Feb. 27.
FOR THE BEST IN
Some of the De-
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
troit area's top
professional art-
ists will show
And His Orchestra
their oils, water
colors, appliqued
DI 1-1609
and embroidered
w a 11 hangings,
sculpture, silver
HOWARD TRIEST
work a n d pot-
SAYS:
Mrs. Mandiberg tery.
AFTER YOUR SIMC.HA
Children will be admitted free
YOU'VE STILL GOT OUR
with an adult. Refreshments will
MOVIES
be served. Chairman of the event
Phone: 542-7874
is Mrs. Jack Mandiberg.

SAM EMMER

Among the artists are Thelma Abel,
Katy Keck Arnstein, Irving Berg, Sue
Bolt, Sylvia Chover, Alva Dworkin, Leo
Dworkin, Sophie Fordon, Ben Glicker,
Henry J. Goodman, Dorothy Harwood,
Martin Kaltman, Shirley Kallus, Eugene
M. Katz, Rose B. Levine, Irene Meyer,
Corinne Minkin, Beatrice Moss, Eve-
lyn Brackett Raskin, Esther Silverman,
Carol Wald and Howard Weingarden.

For tickets, call Mrs. Harry Sil-
Prof. Guy Palazzolo, professor of
vers,
341-3838, or 342-7440.
art at the University of Michigan
college of architecture and design,
will give an art lecture and demon-
stration 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Jewish Center.

Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs • Socials

HA-RIVEIA ISRAELI
DANCE TROUPE

For Private Appearances Call:

JEFFREY DUNN, Manager
PHONE: LI 8.7864

ZAN GILBERT

Bernard Helfgotts,
to Celebrate in Windsor

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Helfgott,
1671 Victoria, Windsor, will cele-
brate their 50th wedding anniver-
sary Sunday.
To celebrate with them will be
their six daughters, Mrs. Archie
(Harriet) Luborsky and Mrs. Mar-
lene Safe of Windsor, Mrs. Morris
(Rhea) Lazarus and Mrs. Paul
(Etta) Solway of Detroit, Mrs.
Ben (Edythe) Dobkin of Syracuse
and Mrs. Percy (Myrna) Marcus of
George Washington Sale Kingston, Ont. Also present will
their 15 grandchildren.
Set by Akiva School PTA be Mr.
and Mrs. Helfgott were mar-
Akiva Hebrew Day School PTA ried in Albany, N.Y., in 1916, and
will hold a George Washington have lived in Windsor for the past
auction, game and sale, open to 43 years.
the entire community, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Radomer Board to Meet
Institute.
An executive board meeting of
Prizes, souvenirs and refresh- Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
ments will be featured, along with will be held 8 p.m. Monday at the
many bargains at the "Martha Workmen's Circle Center to discuss
Washington Country Store." Pro- plans for a Purim party. Hosts
ceeds will go toward the Audio- will be Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sher-
Visual Fund of the school.
man.
For information, call Esther
Reba, 548-0692.
Wisdom is incompatible with the
banquet and the revel—her pres-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ence is not welcome there.—
22—Friday, February 18, 1966
Arabic proverb.

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