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March 25, 1966 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-25

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Name Mrs. Elliman
Fashion Show Head

The appointment of Mrs. Louis
M. Elliman as chairman of • the
1966 all-Israel fashion show was
announced by Mrs. Morris L. Scha-
ver, chairman of the Israel Bond
Women's Division.
The fashion show, highlight of
Women's Division activities, will
be presented at a luncheon May
12, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Elliman, an Israel Bond
Woman of Valor and Chen chair-
man, is associated with many or-

MRS. LOUIS M. ELLIMAN

ganizations, including Hadassah,
ORT, National Council of Jewish
Women, Brandeis, Project S.S.
Hope, Sinai Hospital Women's
Guild, and has aided Bnai David,
Shaarey Zedek, Beth El Sisterhood
and Denver Hospital League
projects.
She accompanied her husband
on the UJA national mission last
year to Israel and Rome and par-
ticipated in the dedication of a
forest in Israel in the memory of
Mr. Elliman's parents.
A special breakfast meeting
for Detroit Israel Bond Women's
Division leadership will be held
9:45 a.m. Monday at Holiday
Manor, to discuss activities in
advance of the All-Israel Fash-
ion Show and luncheon. Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, Women's
Division chairman, and Mrs. Elli-
man will preside.
The breakfast meeting will also
serve as an official welcome to
Mrs. Esther Hackel of the Na-
tional Israel Bond Women's Divi-
sion, who will help plan and co-
ordinate the activities.
Mrs. Hackel, a native of Jack-
sonville, Fla., now residing in
New York, has been associated
with the Israel Bond program
since its inception. She has just
returned from the National Israel
Bond Conference, where she assist-
ed in the world premiere presen-
tation of the fashion show which
Detroiters will see in May.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 25, 1966-23

omen's Chi&

KINNERET CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold a luncheon and
games party noon March 30 at the
Labor Zionist Institute, in conjunc-
tion with the Millionaires' Party
to be held April 30. Admission to
members will be a gift or a book of
trading stamps. A minimum charge
to guests. Mesdames Frances
Shayne, Sophie Tatelman, Rebecca
Cohen, Lil Goldman and Bertha
Young will be hostesses.

*

*

*

DETROIT WOMEN OF ALPHA
OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY
will hold a "Fashion Show of Jew-
els" at a luncheon in the Pontchar-
train Hotel's Versailles Room 12:15
p.m. Wednesday. Models will be
Mesdames Gerald Bloom, John
Cohen, Robert Galin, Alvin Geffen,
Mark Goldstick, Milton Jacobs,
Raymond Robins, Edwin Schnei-
der, Paul Schreibman, Burton
Stillman, Donald Stillman, Samuel
Weiner, Ben Weinberg and Harvey
Zalesin. Guests invited. Chairman
of the day will be Mrs. George
Rosin. Hugh Krandall will narrate.
* * *
FANNIE GLUCK CHAPTER,
Mizrachi Women, is taking reser-
vations for its donor luncheon noon
May 3 at Cong. Bnai Moshe. Serv-
ing under President Mrs. Victor
Lavetta are Mrs. Ray Rosenberg,
tickets, assisted by Mrs. Milton
Radner; Mrs. Harry Portnoy, with
Mrs. Jack Carmen; Edith Baron,
with Mrs. Jonas Targo; and Bertha
Bessman, with Mrs. Aaron Mar-
golis. For reservations, call Mrs.
Rosenberg, LI 7-6540, or Mrs. Rad-
ner, UN 4-7391.
* * *
DOWNTOWN SYNA G 0 G U E
AUXILIARY recently installed
new officers: Dr. Clara Raven,
president; Mesdames Frank
Schwartz, and Michel Cohen, vice
presidents; Morris Rothstein, sec-
retary; Abraham Ilson, treasurer;
George Bass, parliamentarian; and
Miss Irene Papke, financial sec-
retary. Committee chairmen are:
Miriam Radkin, Rose Mege, Rhea
Bass, Millie Weiss, Betty Halpern,
Given Schwartz, Selma Cohen,
Sally Fields, Faye Rider, Celia
Cowan, Ann Sorkin and Eva Stein-
hart. Mrs. Harry Korin has been
added to the board of directors.
Plans are under way for a mem-
bership drive to begin after Pass-
over.

NEW LIFE CHAPTER, Ameri-
can Medical Center at Denver, will
meet 8 p.m. Monday at the home
of Mrs. Louis Parzen, president,
18914 Sorrento. Successful pro-
jects of the year will be reviewed,
and future projects will be dis-
cussed. Mrs. Gilbert Borenstein
will be program chairman. Any-
one interested in joining New Life
Chapter may contact Mrs. Irving
Chaiken, UN 3-6574.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEAL CENTER OF
OAK-WOODS SISTERHOOD will
have an oneg Shabbat 3 p.m. Sat-
urday at the synagogue. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Chaim
Halon talking on "Highlights of
Pesach."
* * *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,
will meet noon Wednesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Lea
Rubel will report on the Jewish
Community Council assembly. Re-
freshments will be served.

*

* *

JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will meet noon Monday at
Jericho Temple. A report on the
canister solicitation and donor
luncheon plans will be given.

Early Deadline for Two Issues

Due to Passover, earlier deadlines will be enforced on
editorial copy submitted for our issues of April 8 and 15.
For the issue of April 8, all copy must be in our hands
on Friday, April 1 at 1 p.m.

Copy must reach us no later than noon, Friday, April 8,
for the issue of April 15.

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The 50th wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Kort of Cher-
rylawn Ave. will be observed at a
dinner for family and friends Sun-
day at Larco's Inn.
Married April 2, 1916, the Korts
have nine children, Arthur, Au-
brey, Sidney, Harold, Phillip, Jack,
Mrs. Annabelle Stark of Port
Huron, Mrs. Sylvia Hetow of Sagi-
naw and Mrs. Nora Lazaroff of
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CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women, San Diego. They have 18 grand-
will hold a Pesach celebration- children.
meeting 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Movsas
Goldoftas, director of the Hayim
Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish School,
will be guest speaker. Refresh-
BLOMENFELD - PERLSTEIN:
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—At a recent ceremony at the
* * *
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Perlstein became the bride of
ERS, City of Hope, will meet 8:30 Lee
Dr. Israel Sol Blumenfeld. The
p.m. Monday, at Rosenberg's Holi- bride
is the daughter
Rabbi and
day Caterers. Mrs. Lawrence Ben- Mrs. Solomon
Perlstein
of
Chicago:
deroff, vice-president of program- The bridegroom is the son
of Mr.
ing, will present "Wendy and Her and Mrs. Louis Blumenfeld
of
Mother—The Folksinger," with Woodingham Dr. Officiating were
folksongs in various languages. Rabbis Meyer Blumenfeld of New-
The March 30 rummage sale at
Joseph Blumenfeld of Tel-Aviv
the Ferndale Community Building ark,
and
Zev
of Chicago, and Can-
will be discussed. Mrs. Sidney tor Rev. Wein
Freier of New
Morris and Mrs. Paul Weinstein, York. Also Bernat
participating in the cer-
are co-chairmen of the project.
were Rabbis Mattes Perl-
Members and local residents wish- emony Irving
Perlstein, Elias Perl-
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stein,
Moshe
Goldzweig and Dr.
may contact Mrs. Morris, LI 3-1418
or Mrs. Weinstein, UN 3-9845. Seymour Wolfson. The bride wore
Drop-off station is at the home a floor-length, bell-shaped satin
of Mrs. Cyril Levenson, 12821 gown with an Alencon lace top.
Her hand-rolled, elbow-length veil
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was held in place by an aurora
* * *
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will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at quet of orchids. Best man was Dr.
the synagogue. Final arrangements Seymour Wolfson of Silver Spring,
will be made for the April 20 Md. Ushers were Seymour Perl-
donor luncheon. For reservations, stein and Sherwood Penman of Chi-
call Mrs. Oscar Shorr, LI 6-6769. cago, Dr. Larry Berkower and Wal-
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usher was Chiam Freier. Ring_bear-
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