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April 22, 1966 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-22

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MSU Will Play Host to Hadassah
for Talk on 'Learning and Living

The Michigan Region of Hadas-
sah will hold its fifth annual con-
ference at the Kellogg Center,
Michigan State University, April
27.
Mrs. David J. Schachter, chair-
man, announced the theme will be
"Learning Is Living and Living
Is Learning."
Mrs. Jack Perlman and Mrs.
Louis Cooper, presidents, respect-
ively, of Detroit and South Oak-
land chapters of Hadassah, will be
chairmen of important sessions.
Mesdames Charles Snider, William
Deutsch, Carl Schiller, Max Frank,
William Isenberg, Albert Newman,
Oscar Band, Max Lichter and I.
Jerome Hauser are among those
from the area who will participate.
Michigan State faculty mem-

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Pro-Mozart Society
Auditions April 27;
Next Concert May 1

Linda Moore lIlariies
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bers who will take part include
Profs. Russell L. Jenkins,
communication skills; David
Berlo, department of communi-
cations; Daniel Kruger, political
science; and Mordechai Kreinin,
economics; Homer Kigbee, assist-
ant dean of international pro-

grams; and Joan Meredith, pro-
gram specialist.

Michigan Region President Mrs.
Reuben Bienstock will present
Graenum Berger of New York on
"The American Jewish Commu-
nity: Projection, 1 9 7 6." Also
present will be Mrs. Edward
Lewis, Hadassah's national educa-
tion chairman.

Bicur Cholem Event
to Aid Needy Patients

The Young Women's Bicur Cho-
lem Organization will hold its 13th
annual fund-raising donor luncheon
noon Tuesday at Raleigh House.
Chairman is Mrs. Joseph Shifman.
Proceeds will be used to aid the
Plymouth and Lapeer State Home
and Training
School for Re-
tarded Children,
to service and ar-
range the parties
at holiday time
for the patients
at Northville and
Ypsilanti State
Hospitals and to
continue aid to
the needy and
Mrs. Shifman
sick.
A new play by the Center Thea-
ter Mobile -Players and many prizes
will be featured.
For tickets, call Mrs. Henry
Schwartz, UN 4-3056 or Mrs. Si-
mon Shifman, 353-7990.

MRS. DAVID MOSCOW

At a recent noon wedding at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Linda Ruth
Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Archie Moore of Hartwell Ave.
became the bride of David Hirsh
Moscow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Moscow of Steele Ave.
The bride wore a traditional
gown of candlelight Brussels lace,
styled with a high rounded neck-
line, short sleeves and a slim
skirt. The removable chapel-length
train of silk peau de soie flowed
from the back waistline. Her head-
piece of matching Brussels lace
held the tiered veil of imported
silk illusion.
Mrs. Ronald Stone, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Carol
Moscow, sister of the bridegroom,
and Mrs. Norman Moscow were
bridesmaids.
Dr. Norman Moscow, brother of
the bridegroom was best man. The
ushers were Ronald Stone, Harvey
Berman and Robert Schecter.
After a honeymoon in Wiscon-
sin, the couple will make their
home in Chicago.

The Pro Mozart Society of
Greater Detroit announces final
auditions for its annual scholar-
ship to the 1966 Summer Academy
Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria.
The scholarship includes room,
board, tuition, and possible finan-
cial assistance toward transporta-
tion. Courses will be given by
world renowned teachers for a
three-week period during July and
August. Only advanced students
should apply and should be pre-
pared to perform compositions of
musical substance, not necessarily
by Mozart.
These final auditions will take
place Wednesday, 2 p.m., in Room
207 of the Music Building, Wayne
State University. Applications and
further information may be ob-
tained from Prof. Robert Lawson,
Music Department, Wayne State
University, TEmple 3-1400, Ext.
453.
The Pro Mozart Society will pre-
sent this year's concert May 1, 8
p.m., in the Community Arts Audi-
torium of Wayne State University.
The concert will be entitled "Moz-
art and the Free Masons" and will
feature works written by Mozart
during the period 1785-1791, in-
cluding excerpts from the Masonic
opera "The Magic Flute."

Akiva PTA to Hear
Hebrew Language Expert

The PTA of Akiva Hebrew Day
School will meet 9 p.m. Monday
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Dr.
Gene Schramm. will discuss "The
Problems of Teaching the Hebrew
Language in the Day School."
Dr. Schramm, a graduate of
Dropsie College, Philadelphia, is
associate professor of Semitic
languages and linguistics at the
University of Michigan.
The program will be preceded
by a brief business meeting and
followed by a social hour. The
public is invited. For further in-
formation, call the school, 342-9119.

Joel Jacobson to Tr ed
Susan Rosenbeig ofN.Y.

MISS SUSAN ROSENBERG .

Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Rosen-
berg of Mohegan Lake, N.Y., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Susan Gail to Joel Gary
Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mervin Jacobson, 20501 Oldham,
Southfield.
Miss Rosenberg graduated from
the University of Syracuse. Her
fiancee received his bachelors and
masters degrees from the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania. He is a mem-
ber of Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity.
The couple will be married June
5 in Peekskill, N.Y.

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Home Relief Society Plan to Install Officers
Sets Festival Luncheon of League of Jewish
Arrangements are being com- Women's Organizations
pleted by Mrs. William Bonin and
Mrs. Marvin B. Levy will be in- Tarbuth Counseling

Mrs. Abe Schmier, chairmen for
the annual Spring.Festival Lunch-
eon, to be held
May 5, at the
Town and Coun-
try Club.
Comediail Billy
Fraye of Chicago
will highlight the
program.
Mrs. Edward
Kahn, 14500 Vas-
sar, has invited
members and
Fraye friends to a des-
sert luncheon in her name 12:30
p.m. Monday.
A business meeting will follow
and reservations for the May 5
affair will be accepted by Mrs.
Samuel Goldman, ticket chairman.
Reservations can also be made by
calling her at UN 2-0761.

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stalled as president of the League
of Jewish Women's Organizations
noon Thursday at a luncheon at
Imperial Caterers.
Other officers to be installed
are Mesdames Mark Benach, J.
stewart Linden,
Louis Redstone
and Jules San-
ders, vice presi-
dents; Sam Was-
serman, treasur-
er Julius IVIes-
kin, Harry Bod-
zih, Gerald Gold-
berg, Jack Seder,
George Brown
and Harry Port-
noy, secretaries; Mrs. Levy
Joseph Viedrah, historian; and
Jerome B. Grossman, parliamen-
tarian.
The chairman of arrangements,
Mrs. Hy Crystal, advises that the
luncheon is open to the public. For
reservations, call Mrs. Crystal, Un
2-7030.

Program Announced

A 10-week course for camp
counselors on "Orientation for
Jewish Camp Programing," to
be conducted through the end of
June, under the auspices of the
Tarbuth Foundation for the Ad-
vancement of Hebrew Culture, was
announced by its president, Dr.
Emanuel Neumann.

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