22—Friday, October 21, 1966
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Labor Zionists StageArt Show
Morris Lieberman, chairman of
the Labor Zionist Council of De-
troit, announces final arrange-
ments for the annual art festival
of the League for Labor Israel,
to be held Saturday and Sunday,
Oct. 29-30, from noon to 11 p.m.,
at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Raymond Goldbaum, over - all
chairman of this show, announces
that 80 prominent Detroit and
Michigan artists are submitting
300 of their finest works: oil and
water color paintings, sculptures,
collages, graphics, sketches.
The artists participating are: Jes-
sie American, Eugene C. Allen, La-
tavoAchet Ammons, Katy Keck
Arnstein, Edythe Asbury, Miriam
S. Aston, Edna Bakewicz, Janet
Benedict, Gertrude Benedict, Irv-
ing Berg, Fay Berenbon, Henry
Bernstein, Ruth K. Bladen, Gloria
Adams Bohanon, Thoinas F. Bol-
denweck, Morris Brose, Bruce W.
Blyth, Eleanor Caylin, Leah Cha-
fetz, Ella C o 11 i n s and Maurice
Also in the show are the
works of Annette Dworkin,
Mrs. Alex Cowan, Laura K. Dixon,
Elsie H. Deehan, Alva Dworkin,
Bret Eddy, Edgar Ellis, Jr., Emily
Fox, Sophie Fordon, Genevieve
Gardner, John Thomas Gaule, Har-
riet Gelfond, Chuck Gelfond, Ben-
jamin Glicker, Oscar Graves, Vicki
Goldbaum, Herman Golo, Leo
Gurney, Patricia E. Halley, Shir-
ley Kallus, Lawrence Harvey, Mar-
jorie Hecht, Charles Herzog, Vio-
let King, Henry King and Winifred
Included also are Pauline Ko-
ski, Rodney Lansman, Abe Lansky,
Paul Lowinger, Mrs. Wernor Martel,
Robert Mazjanis, Justine Michaels,
Corinne Minkin, Charles Moss,
Theresa Moskal, Sally Mousseau,
Celia May Murray, Cornelia Co-
vent, Mrs. Milford Pelech, Einar
C. Oftedahl, Joan Poons, Brother
Jerome Pryor, Richard Renius,
Ruth Rosenfeld, Morris Rosin,
Henry Segal, Mrs. David Smith,
Edith Silverman, Dorothy Siddall,
Helene Tinn, Oscar Vilanjner,
Howard Weingarden, Louise Wil-
liams, Carol Williams, Dorothy
Wheeler, Jacqueline Woolf.
Heading committees are: Mrs.
Gerald L. Goldberg, hospitality;
Mrs. Emanuel Mark, sales; Aaron
Bornstein, tickets; Morris Lifshay
and Gerald L. Goldberg, technical
committee; and Mrs. Irving Po-
kempner heads the committee of
A champagne reception for pa-
trons and sponsors of the festival
will be held 9 p.m. Oct. 28, at
Refreshments will be served
during the two day exhibit. The
public is invited.
Young N' Marrieds Party
Has Roaring 20's Theme
The Young N' Marrieds of Adas
Shalom Synagogue will hold a
"Roaring 20's" costume party, 8:30
p.m. Oct. 29 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Findling, 21115 In-
dependence, Southfield. All cou-
ples interested in joining the group
are invited. It is not necessary
to be a member of the synagogue.
For information call Mrs. Frank
Fun Night to Benefit
"Breathless children" will be
the beneficiaries of the "His 'n'
Her Fun Night" sponsored by the
Northwest Detroit Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute and Hospital at the Labor
For tickets, call Mrs. Alex
Gordon, LI 7-5039, or Mrs. Murray
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Metz, 18237
Littlefield, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Barbara
Fern to Stephen Paul Ziff, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ziff, 18928
Prairie. Miss Metz attends Wayne
State University's college of edu-
cation. Her fiance attends Wayne
State University's school of busi-
ness administration where he is
affiliated with Tau Epsilon Phi
Fraternity. A July 1 wedding is
Sex, Marriage Talk Topic
"The Jewish View of Sex and
Marriage" will be discussed by
Rabbi David Jessel of Temple
Beth Am at a meeting of Parents
Without Partners, 8:30 p.m., Tues-
day at the Jewish Center. Refresh-
ments will be served.
United Life Insurance, is attend-
ing a manager's meeting in the
company's Indianapolis home of-
Zedakah Club will dedicate a day fice and at French Lick, Ind.
room it has furnished at Ypsilanti
state hospital in memory of Rabbi
Morris Adler 1 p.m. Monday at
Hospital supervisor Mrs. Al
Blumenthal headed the committee
which repainted and furnished the
room with games tables and other
A breakfast meeting will be held
at 10 that morning at the home
of Mrs. David Sky, 17288 Magnolia,
Southfield, after which buses will
transport members to the hospital.
Lar ry Freedman
Orchestra and Entertainment
to Feature Ruth Shalett
MISS ROCHELLE BRODE
Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Brode
of Woodingham Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter Ro-
chelle Arlene to Burton D. Fogel-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max M.
Fogelman of Wyoming Rd., Hunt-
Miss Brode is a graduate of
Eastern Michigan University, col-
lege of education. Her fiance is a
student at the Ohio College of
Podiatry in Cleveland.
An Aug. 20 wedding is planned.
Saul J. Rubin Heads
Torch Drive, Division
Saul J. Rubin, president of the
Grossman Livonia Realty Co., has
been named Central Wayne busi-
ness division chairman for the cur-
rent Torch Drive.
Rubin is in charge of organizing
volunteers calling on commercial
companies in the Central Wayne
area for contributions during the
Besides his Torch Drive work,
Rubin is active with the Jewish
Welfare Federation and the Jewish
This year's drive runs through
Nov. 10 and seeks operating funds
for nearly 200 health and social
services. The campaign goal is
to contact their drive representa-
tive or call the United Foundation
at WO 5-7100 for information about
the drive's community service
speaking program and "appeal"
film starring Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
The Rubins live at 20820 'Wake-
field Way, Southfield.
"FEASTS FOR ALL SEASONS"
COOKBOOK BY ROY DE GROOT
On Oct. 24 Knopf will publish
"Feasts for All Season", a cook-
book by Roy Andries de Groot.
This is an informed, opinionated,
witty, and personal book written
by a man who has spent a life-
time exploring the civilized art of
preparing and enjoying good food.
BY HENRY LEONARD
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
A musical evening with Ruth
Shalett, sponsored by Montefiore
Lodge, Free Sons of Israel, will
be held 8 p.m. Wednesday at Tem-
Miss Shalett will present a
musical farce, "Mayhem to Mar-
riage," spoofing the customs of
marriage from the Stone Age to
Lou Zimmerman, grand master
of the Free Sons of Israel, is ex-
pected to attend the affair.
Proceeds will be used to provide
free camperships for underprivi-
leged children and to help the
work of Penrickton School.
A social hour with refreshments
will follow Miss Shallett's per-
formance. For information and
tickets, call Horace J. Haber, UN
Beautiful imported Knit Suits, sizes
6 to 20 and up to 22 1/2. Also silk
and cocktail designer clothes.
Call for Appointment
Truly the finest Music and
Eentertainment for the discriminating
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