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January 13, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women Start
Women Seek Support for JI\ F Allied Drive
'67 Activities

18—Friday, January 13, 1967

Michael Maddin Takes Socialites' Dance Set
Sunday Evening
Bride, Donna Hartman for
Detroit Socialites will hold a

.

The women's pre-campaign of
the 1967 Allied Jewish Campaign
got off to a flying start Thursday
at a fund-raising luncheon at the
Great Lakes Club.
Mrs. Max Stollman, women's pre-
champaign chairman, termed the
meeting "a great success."
Mrs. Harry L. Jones, recently
elected national chairman of the
Division chairmen enlisting support for the Jewish National
Women's Division of the United
Fund Auxiliary's annual tea and program Jan. 24 at Temple Israel Jewish Appeal, told of her recent
are (from left) standing: Mesdames William Levin, co-chairman of trip to Israel and the great need
fund raising, Albert Potiker, Israel Kardener, Julius Ring, Samuel that she saw "there for continued
Kdbaker, Harry Portnoy, Sam Rosenblat, Lewis Diamond, Sam
and increased help.
Warsh, Milton Winston, Pearl Nosan, president, Albert Posen, chair-
She urged that every woman at
man of fund raising, William Hordes, Larry Chanin, Jack Grossbart the meeting and every woman
MRS. MICHAEL MADDIN
and William Klafer. Mrs. Albert Posen, fund-raising chairman, in-
giving to the Allied Jewish Cam-
vites women to become donors and workers. For information, con-
paign make a substantial increase
Donna Sue Hartman and Michael
tact the JNF office, UN 4-2767.
in her pledge to "assure that we Warren Aladdin were married by
not only maintain our present
services but make- it possible to Rabbi Irwin Groner at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, recently.
increase them."
Women who have served as
The bride is the daughter of
pre-campaign chairmen since the Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Hartman
division's founding in 1946 were of Dante Ave., Oak Park. Mr. and
honored with gifts brought from Mrs. Milton M. Maddin, of Park-
Israel by Mrs. Stollman. They were side Ave., are parents `of the bride-
Mesdames Sidney J. Allen, Eugene groom. Maid of honor was Rosalyn
Bryan, in a folksy talk J. Arnfeld, Harry Becker, Hymen Maddin, sister of the bridegroom.
Julien Bryan, world traveler,
one of the best known American before the Jewish Center's senior C. Broder, Abraham Cooper, Jo- Harriet Rubin, Karen Seligman and
- M. Fisher, Mrs. Jerry Weiss were brides-
lecturers on scores of countries he adults Tuesday afternoon; said he seph H. Ehrlich. Max
has visited, will show his illus- spent 11/2 years and more than Seymour J. Frank, Benjamin maids.
trated lecture, "Israel Today," at S50,000 of his own funds to make Jones, Ivor J. Kahn, Julian N.
The bridegroom was attended by
the Art Institute 3:30 p.m. Sun- the enterprise into a textbook on Krolik. Robert J. Newman, Abra- his brother Richard as best man,
day. The lecture is sponsored by film — an unbiased, instructive !ham Srere, Frank A. Wetsman and Tom Hartman, brother of the
World Adventure Series under the movie for use by, not Jews, but ' Henry Wineman. The late Mrs. bride, James Golanty and Peter
Theodore Borgman who served as Musat. Ushers were Jeffrey David-
gentiles.
direction of George Pierrot.
That he has succeeded in his
1960 and 1961 chairman was hon- son, John Hartman, Bruce Hill-
The tense Arab borders, Israel
mission is attested to by the ored posthumously.
man, Theodore Overman and Stan-
soldiers in training, and the life of
Serving on the reception and ley Solovich.
an Orthodox Jewish family in Jeru- film's presence in schools hospitality
committee for the event
salem are among the highlights of throughout the country and at
After a honeymoon in New York
Detroit Public Library.
were Mesdames Harry E. August, and
the 90-minute color film documen- the
Nassau, the couple will live
(The two senior adult groups— Harold Berry, Louis Berry, Philip in Lafayette
Park.
tary.
Social Service and Culture clubs— Bloomgarden, N. Brewster Broder,
Bryan covers every aspect of resolved to petition the Detroit Paul Broder, Lewis B. Daniels,
the political, economic and every-
Public Schools to stock the film Sol Eisenberg, Arnold E. Frank,
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
day life in the Jewish State. He for use by the city's school chil- Louis Hamburger, Sidney J. Kar-
Portraiture of Distinction
tours Tel Aviv with a bus driver,
For Your Weddings
bel, Edward C. Levy, Sr., Malcolm
dren.)
then goes home with him to see
Formals - Candids - Direct Color
Bryan managed to capsule 4,000 S. Lowenstein, Philip R: Marcuse,
his modern apartment and dine years of Jewish history into a Charles Milan, David Pollack, Irv-
3223 W. McNichols
with his family. He films a day
Nr. Muirland
unique 11-minute sequence of art ing Rose,. Milton L. Sorock, A.
in the life of an Orthodox Jewish , photographs—beginning with Abra- Alfred Taubman .
Call 341-4141
family in Jerusalem with drama- ham and continuing through the
Mrs. Louis Tabashnik was chair-
tic shots of worship inside a fall of the Commonwealth, the man of the committee with Mrs.
synagogue. Outside, Bryan shows Crusades and into the modern William H. Frank and Mrs. Max
Music, Entertainment
children playing near "No Man's period.
L. Lichter as co-chairmen.
Land" within sight of Arab
("I was amazed that Arab and
Legion soldiers guarding the
Jew had a close collaboration for
Wall.
three centuries during the Golden
Among the many other high- Age, and that tens of thousands of
lights are immigrants docking at Jews were massacred by crazy,
837-4931
SHERR-GRUSKIN — Mr. and
Haifa aboard the liner Shalom; fanatical Christians during the
engineers carving a city out of the Crusades. It comes as quite a Mrs. Benjamin Gruskin, 18255
desert near Beersheba; huge pipe- shock to many Christians—and Adrian, Southfield, announce
the marriage of their daughter
lines transporting water from the I'm sure many Jews.")
Rita Harriet to Paul David Sherr,
Jordan; a Druse village with music
Bryan ha-s- seen in our time
and dancing; and a family from what the ravages of hatred can son of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Sherr,
India working a kibbutz or collec- wreak. He was the only Ameri- 18116 Cherrylawn. The ceremony
tive farm.
can photographer left in Warsaw took place at Bnai David Synagogue.
Also shown are Israel's new in 1939 when the Jewish ghetto Mrs. Sanford Gruskin was ma-
atomic accelerator near Tel Aviv, fell to the Nazis, and his films tron of honor. The bride's sister,
industries, housing, modern were made famous in the March Sheila Gruskin, served as maid
schools, sidewalk cafe and crowd- of Time • documentaries. Since of honor. Bridesmaids were Jo-
Ann Caplin, of Indianapolis, Susan
ed beaches.
then, his passport bears the
Schlaff, Sandra Blum, Harriet
Bryan addressed a meeting at stamps of more than 30 countries
Weingarden and Mrs. Ronal d
the Jewish Center, Tuesday after- where he has worked.
noon, and attended a reception for
For his movie on Israel, a young Sherr. Ronald Sherr was his broth-
community leaders Thursday night Juilliard composer contributed an er's best man. Ushers were Dr. San_
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip original score, and an authority on ford Gruskin, of Rochester, Minn.,
Slomovitz. He also appeared on the ancient Jewish music at the Jewish and Norman Gruskin, brothers of
"George Pierrot Presents" tele- Theological Seminary found the the bride, Kenneth Dresner, of
vision programs on WWJ-TV and appropriate background for the Paterson, N.J., Daniel Boxser, of
Chicago, and Stanley August. The
WXYZ-TV during the past week. historical sequences.
Bryan has filmed in 35 coun-
To play the ancient instruments, couple will reside in Ann Arbor
tries on every continent and is
however, required the help of three following a honeymoon in Spain
best known for his outstanding
experts who refused film credits. and Morocco.
documentary, "Inside Nazi Ger- Two were non-Jewish Persians and
many," which alerted the United one was an Egyptian Arab.
Jewish Youth Advisers

dance 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Cong.
Beth Hillel.
Music° will be provided by the
Bob Smith Trio, and refreshments
will be served. William Sorokin,
chairman of arrangements, said
the community is welcome.
This organization is comprised
of Jewish men and women age
30 and over. For information, call
Myra Radner, 541-4657.

LET MI211C0
LIGHT the WAY

New Phone Number

358-1360

Elegance
In Crystal and Gold

Julien Bryan Traces Historical
Data in Talks Here; to Narrate
' Israel Today' Program Sunday

,

Marriages

PERRY KRAUSS
ORCHESTRA

To Enhance Entrance Hall or
Bath. Imported Gold Leaf trim.
8-inch $2750
basket

You

are invited to meet
Mrs. Viola Moore, light-
ing consultant.
Call 358-1360 for an ap-
pointment and bring your
house plans for correct
lighting • suggestions.

24240 Telegraph 358-1360

Between 9 and 10 Mile Rds,
Open Daily 8 to 5:30; Sat. 8 to 4;
Thurs._ to 9 o.m.

-

States people to the dangers of
Adolf Hitler.
For the balance of the week,

Fete Local Directors
Bryan again will appear on TV, of AMPAL Preceding
this afternoon and again at 3 p.m.
with an Israel film over WXYZ- Their Tour of Israel

TV.
Tickets for his Sunday afternoon
lecture are available at the box
office of the Detroit Institute of
Arts.

A 31-minute film, "Israel,"
made by Bryan, has won the
1966 award of the National Coun-
cil on Jewish Audio-Visual Ma-
terial sponsored by the American
Association for Jewish Educa-
tion. All national Jewish organi-
zations and their local outlets,
including the Jewish Center, co-
sponsor the audio-visual pro-
gram.

Asked to Attend Meeting

A meeting has been called for
all Jewish youth group advisers
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the board
room of the _Jewish Center.
This meeting is to assist the
City-Wide Jewish Youth Planning
Committee, which is seeking to
coordinate its efforts with the
advisers of local youth groups.
Past programs developed by the
committee, future activities and
possible directions this committee
may follow will be discussed.
For information, contact Allan
Gelfond, DI 1-4200.

Detroit's members of the board
of AMPAL. Israel investors cor-
poration will attend the 25th anni-
versary meeting of the corporation
in Israel Jan. 25 to Feb. 2. They
are Morris Lieberman, Sidney
Shevitz and Mrs. Emma Schaver.
Mrs. Schaver already is in Israel.
Mesdames Lieberman and Shevitz
will accompany their husbands on
this trip.
A farewell party for the Lieber-
The trouble with patience is that
mans and Shevitzes will be held
Monday evening at the home of the more you have the more some
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