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March 04, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-04

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Artists to Show Wares at Temple Israel

Potter Patricia
Rogoff shows ex-
amples of her
work to Dr. and
Mrs. Allen Ber-
lin. Mrs. Berlin
is chairman of
the art commit-
tee for Temple Is-
rael Sisterhood's
15th annual An-
tique F air and
Art Show Sunday
through Tuesday.

Nearly 175 artists, including
most of Michigan's best known pro-
fessionals, will be represented at
the 15th annual Antique Fair and

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Art Show of Temple Israel Sister-
hood, which opens to the public
Sunday and runs through Tuesday
at the temple.
The two social halls will be
transformed into art galleries to
show the works of painters, sculp-
tors and potters, and according to
Mrs. Allen Berlin, chairman of the
art committee, this will be one of
the largest shows of its kind ever
held. The number of entries dou-
bles the size of any previous art
show at the temple.
Mrs. Berlin, herself a collector,
a member of the Founder's Soci-
ety of the Detroit Institute of Arts
and an active participant in nu-
merous civic functions held to ad-
vance the arts in Detroit, advises
that many of the artists have been
represented at the Michigan Art-
ists Show and some of the other
outstanding juried shows through-
out the state.
In addition to the main gallery,
there will be a coffee house art
gallery, "The Room at the Top,"
where visitors may leisurely view
a variety of art works while they
sip coffee and listen to chamber
and folk music.
All works on exhibit will be for
sale. In addition, there will be
demonstrations during the Fair
hours, noon to 10 p.m. daily, by
artists in techniques of oil paint-
ing, acrylic, pastel, ink, sketching,
pottery, sculpture, serigraph and
weaving.
Assisting Mrs. Berlin in plan-
ning the art show are her co-chair-
men Mesdames Arnold Fuller,
Murray Mahlin and Rodney Lands-
man. Other committee members
include Mesdames Hyman Blinder,
Milton Goldrath, Bruce Miller,
Stewart Lakind and Barbara Weiss.

Sisterhoods to Host
National Officer

Mrs. Milton C. Lippitz, national
officer, accompanied by Mrs. Isa-
dore Leeman, president of the
Michigan Branch, National Worn-
en's League of the United Syna-
gogues, will start
a tour of the Con-
servative sister-
hoods of Michigan:
Monday. Among
her activities will:
be field service,
board orienta-
tions, speeches
and an advanced'
leadership train-
ing course for
potential discus- Mrs. Lippitz
sion leaders March 16-17 at the
Beth Aaron Synagogue.
On Wednesday she will visit the
Beth Shalom Sisterhood, and on
March 14, hostesses will be the
members of the Bnai Moshe Sister-
hood.
Mrs. Lippitz, a graduate of Kent
College of Law, served as president
of one of the largest sisterhoods
in the country, Anshe Amet of Chi-
cago. She then became president of
the Central Branch, where as a
tribute to her, the sisterhoods of
the branch founded the Blanche
Lippitz Library at Camp Ramah,
Wis.
Mrs. Lippitz then served as vice
president of the national group,
holding chairmanships in member-
ship, leadership training, and cur-
rently, coordination of national
organizational activities. -

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philanthropic foundation in New
York City, has made a second
grant of $36,750 for a social work
personnel recruitment project con-
ducted jointly by the Lavanburg-
Corner House and the Nationl Jew-
ish Welfare Board, the national
association of Jewish Community
Centers and YM and YWHAs.
The grant was announced by
Miss Ethel H. Wise. president of
Lavanburg-Corner H o u s e, a n d
Louis Stern, president of JWB. The
project is designed to find and
demonstrate new approaches to

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recruiting young men and women
for professional social work edu-
cation in preparation for careers
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YM and YWHAs.

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Mrs. Samuel S. Aaron has been
engaged as executive secretary of
the Akiva Hebrew Day School by
unanimous a c -
tion of the board
of trustees, Itha-
mar Koenigsberg,
president, a n -
nounced.
She will direct
the school's de-
velopment p r o -
gram and its
public relations
department.
Mrs. Aaron
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on the
board of directors of Bnai Brith
Women, Women's Division Jewish
Welfare Federation, Jewish Com-
munity Center, Detroit Chapter
Brandeis University Women, Re-
settlement Service and Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
In the past, she has rendered
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Cleveland, Women of the United
Foundation, Hadassah and Mizrachi
Women.

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Marguerite Kozenn Chajes will
Be the last to come and the first present her annual concert of
to go.
—Amer. proverb. "European Contemporary Music"
on March 15 in
t h e auditorium
of the Friends of
the Detroit Pub-
lic Library.
First perform-
ances in the
United States of
works by Czech,
Hungarian, Ro-
manian, German
and Russian com-
posers will be Mrs. Benyas
featured. Mrs. Kozenn Chajes has
met all these musicians during her
visits to the continent.
Among the participating artists
will be Shirley Benyas, soprano,
Emily M. Austin, violinist; Charles
under the supervision of the
Sirard, bassoon; Albert Tipton,
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Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Detroit
and other leading members of the
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