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February 03, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-03

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20—Friday, February 3, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sloman-Wolfe Wedding
to Take Place in August

MISS CAROL SLOMAN

Mr, and Mrs. William Charles
Sloman of Roslyn Rd. announce
the engagement of their daughter
Carol Joan to Charles Seymour
Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Wolfe of Southfield Rd., South-
field.
Miss Sloman received her bach-
elors degree from the University
of Michigan, where she was affil-
iated with Delta Phi Epsilon So-
rority, and is completing her
masters degree at the University
of Florida.
Mr. Wolfe received his bachelors
and masters degrees from Eastern
Michigan University, where he was
afiliated with Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity. He is working on his
specialist degree in child guidance
there.
An August wedding is planned.

Psychiatrist to Address
Adas Shalom Couples

Adas Shalom Married Couples
Club will meet at the synagogue
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, to hear Dr.
Abraham Elson speak on "Parent-
Child Relationships." Dr. Elson is
a specialist in child and adolescent
psychiatry. Guests are welcome.

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Amity Award
to Be Presented
to Prof. Norris

GRUENBERG - HERSH: - Paula
Gail Hersh became the bride of
John Gruenberg at Cong. Beth Hil-
lel recently. Their parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hersh of
Winchester Ave., Oak Park, and
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Gruenberg of
Rosemont Ave. After a trip west,
the couple live in Redwood
City, Calif.

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Chef
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Spaghetti
Sauce With
oms

Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Woman's Division (left) visits the
salon of Lola Beer (right), Is-
rael's foremost fashion designer.

with the luncheon, with Mrs. Louis
Berry as chairman. The works
are being loaned by prominent
members of the Detroit Jewish
community.
Miss Beer arrived in Palestine
soon after Germany invaded her
native Czechoslovakia. She opened
a dressmaking salon in Tel Aviv
and soon had a big following. -
During World War II, women from
Egypt, Lebanon and other Middle
Eastern countries came to Pales-
tine for their clothes, and her
salon proved a great attraction.
Her clients include the wives of
Israel's top government officials
and members of the diplomatic
corps.

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Tatin

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YOUNG BEEF LIVER
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Miss Beer also designs for \\
Israel's ready-to-wear business.
Her special projects include
making the stewardesses' uni-
forms for El-Al and the academic
robes for the Hebrew University.
Music for the luncheon will be
provided by Eric Rosenow and his
Continentals. For luncheon reser-
vations call the Israel Bond
Women's Division, DI 1-5707.

JNF Women Fete
'67 Donor Victory

ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST

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Lola Beer, Israel's foremost
fashion couturier and designer,
will be the guest of honor at the
annual Israel Bond sponsor re-
enrollment luncheon Feb. 15,
at Town and Country Club, it
was announced by Mrs. David Pol-
lack, sponsor chairman. This lunch-
eon will be part
of a worldwide
80th birthday
celebration in
honor of David
Ben-Gurion, first
p r i in e minister
of Israel.
The luncheon is
sponsored by
members of the
Detroit Israel
Bond Women's Mrs. Pollack
Division honor societies and will
welcome Ben-Gurion's forthcoming
'appearance at the 1967 Israel Bond
inaugural conference in Miami
Beach. Theme of the sponsor lunch-
eon is "Am Israel Hai" — "Life
and Light to the Land of Israel."
The 1967 members of trustees,
builders and sponsors groups will
inscribe their names in a special
"Book of Honor" to be presented
to Ben-Gurion by Mrs. Morris L.
Schaver, chairman of the Detroit
Israel Bond Women's Division,
March 4, in Miami Beach.
The women who enroll as 1967
trustees, builders and sponsors
of Israel will be presented with
their 1967 emblem, which was
specially created by Jacques
Lipchitz, the master sculptor.
A special art exibition, featuring
the works of Israel's most famous
artists, will be held in conjunction

Prof. Harold Norris of the De-
troit College of Law will receive
the annual Amity Award of the
American Jewish
Congress Detroit
Women's Division
at its 20th annual
Amity Award
Luncheon noon
Feb. 22 at Adas
Shalom Syna-
gogue.
Special awards
will be presented
to Mrs. Everett
Strauss and Mrs.
Louis Redstone,
an AJCongress-
woman for 20
years.
Prof. Norris
Judge Wade H. McCree Jr. will
present the Amity Award to Prof.
Norris, citing his "commitment
to law as a viable instrument for
the amelioration of conditions
that produce injustice and for his
willingness to assume responsi-
bility for restructuring the law to
further the cause of justice for
all."
The Rt. Rev. Richard S. Emrich,
chairman of the judges committee,
also mentioned Prof. Norris "for
treating his religion as a relevant
force engaged in a program of dy-
namic social action."
Others on the program will be
Mrs. Aaron B. Shifman, president
of the AJCongress Women's Divi-
sion; Mrs. Leonard Trunsky, chair-
man of the Amity Award; Mrs.
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Arnold" Frank; Rt. Rev. Clement
Kern; and Rabbi Jacob E. Segal. Jewish National Fund will host a
donor victory brunch at White
Hall Community House in South-
field 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs.
Pearl Nosan, president of the or-
ganization, and Mrs. Albert Posen,
WEBER-BRACHER: Mr. and Mrs. fund raising chairman, announced.
The luncheon will pay tribute to
Walter Bracher of Beaconsfield
all workers who have made pos-
Ave. announce the marriage of sible the successful culmination of
their daughter Roberta Louise to the organization's annual campaign
Dr. Dennis Weber, son of Dr. and for land reclamation. A sum of
Mrs. Harry Weber of Lowell Dr. $73,500 was raised.
All workers are invited to be
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and Cantor
guests
of the auxiliary to help cel.
Harold Orbach officiated at the
ebrate many weeks of hard work.
ceremony which took place Thurs-
A review of the book "Hope for
day at Temple Israel. Dr. Weber
Man" by the late Joshua Liebman
is a graduate of the University
of Michigan and Wayne State will be presented by Mrs. Henry
Berris, according to Mrs. William
University's medical school.
Levin, co-chairman of fund raising.
* * *

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Artists From Abel to Zuro
Included in Exhibit Sale
at Sholem Aleichem

An art exhibit and sale of works
by Michigan artists from A to Z
will be held at the Sholem Alei-
-chem Institute 1-10 p.m. today and
Saturday at 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
Featured are such artists as
Thelma Abel and Marilyn Zuro,
along with Kathy Keck Arnstein,
Bob Benyas, Sylvia Chover, Sophie
Fordon, Ron Landsman, Louis Red-
stone, Carol Wald and many
others.
Oils, water colors, appliqued and
embroidered wall hangings, sculp-
ture, silver work and pottery will
be shown. Children are to be ad-
mitted free if accompanied by an
adult. Refreshments will be
served.
Mrs. Jack Mandiberg is chair-
man of the event.

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