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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-17

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32 Friday, March 17, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '



Pioneer Women Aid Israel Bond Drive
ungsmatitnavanum

At the Detroit Pioneer Women's Israel Bond Luncheon, which
resulted in Israel Bond purchases totaling $88,000, from left: Mrs.
Max Stollman, honorary chairman and past chairman of the Detroit
Israel Bond Women's Division; Mrs. Aaron Katzman, vice president
of funds of the Pioneer Women's Council; Mr. and Mrs. Jan Bart,
guest artists; Mrs. Milton Weiss, who presided at the luncheon, and
Mrs. Sam Fishman, president of the Detroit Pioneer Women's Coun-
cil. The affair, held at Cong. Bnai David, was attended by nearly 400
women. Mrs. Joseph Weinstein won the $100 Israel Bond donated as
a prize by Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Women's Division Israel Bond
chairman. Scrolls of honor were presented to Mesdames Jack 'Berent,
Nathan Bright, Samuel Byck, Jack Gosman, Sam Isaacs, Norman
Kanter, Isadore Kaplan, Harry Kay, Michael Michlin, Alex Schreier,
Israel Serling, Harold Jaffa, Ben Sussman and Saul Waldman. Mrs.
Alexander Schreier was luncheon chairman.

American Adviser at the United Nations
to Discuss Recent Censure of Israel

An American diplomat charged
with the responsibility of develop-
ing and interpreting U.S. policy
in the Middle East will speak at a
meeting of the Suburban Chapter
of the Detroit Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress, 8 p.m.
Thursday at Schoenhalls School,
Southfield.
Mrs. Lawrence LoPatin, presi-
dent of the chapter, said G. An-
drew Maguire. adviser for political
and security affairs for the U.S.
lilission to the United Nations, will
address the open meeting on the
recent decision by the UN to cen-
sure Israel.
Maguire received his PhD de-
gree in political science from

Harvard University and did doc-
toral research in East Africa in
1964-65 on a Foreign Area Train-
ing Fellowship financed by the
Ford Foundation.

were made by Mrs. LeRoy Helf-
man, assisted by Mesdames David
_Logan, Max Markzon, Norton
Weinberg, Nat Cutler, David
Schwartz, Robert Rosenbush and
Norman Bendix.
A nominal admission fee will be
charged. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are 'welcome.

Merit Award Meeting
Cite Board Members
of 25 Years inJI\JF

The "First Ladies" of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary, Jewish National
Fund, who have served on the
board for 25 years and more. will
be recipients of a special token of

appreciation 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at

Beth Aaron Synagogue.
Mrs. William Klafer is award
Arrangements for the meeting
chairman of the day.
Mrs. Irving Arlin, membership
■ <>
chairman, announced that new life
members will re-
ceive pins, which
will be presented
by Mrs. William
Levin.
Program chair-
man Mrs. George
Lerner has in
Lois Ack to
perform, accom-
panied by Irene Lci:60 :fft.
,.:01Lx
f.tf:n::),'
Stein.
Guests are in- Mrs. Lerner -
vited. Dessert luncheon and Purim
refreshments will be served. Host-
esses are Mesdames Harry Davis,
Joseph Greenbaum, William Hor-
des, Morris Kutinsky, Sol Lifsitz,
Abraham Scheuer, Al Schneider,
Irving . Schlussel, Albert Sima and
Milton Winston.

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Shaarey Zedek Woman's World'
to Feature Fashion Humorist

"I Haven't a Thing To Wear,"
title of a soon-to-be published
book by Judith Keith, fashion hum-
orist, will form the basis of her
lecture for Shaarey Zedek Sister-
hood's "Woman's World" conclave
April 11-12 at Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs, David Fishman and Mrs.
Neil Rosenthal are co-chairmen of
this phase of the five-part ses-
sions.
Mrs. Marvin Fleischman is gen-
eral chairman of "A Woman's
World," Mrs. Albert Schweitzer,
vice president of fundraising, and
Mrs. Peter A. Martin president
of Sisterhood.
Miss Keith, who will be head-
liner in the women's pavilion at
Expo '67 on May 22-26, will speak

Troynen of Bar-Ilan
to Report University
Progress March 30

• Mrs. Max Stollman, chairman of
American Women for Bar-Ban Uni-
versity, will report on latest de-
velopments at the Israel university
at the semi-annual meeting of Bar-

at Shaarey Zedek on "The Woman
and Her Appearance." Margaret
Dana, nationally syndicated col-
umnist who operates a consumer
research center in Bucks County,
Pa., will address the conference
on "The Woman and Finance;"
Sam Levinson will speak on "The
Woman and Humor;" Dr. Peter
A. Martin will bring new informa-
tion on "The Woman and LeisE:e
Time;" and Mrs. Goldie Adler
will transform the stage of the
Morris Adler Hall into a Jewish
home while she lectures on "The
Woman and the Home."

Cantor Re.uven Frankel will
chant the Sabbath and holiday
prayers, while Mrs. Adler talks
about meaningful Jewish living.
She is also compiling a cook-
book which will contain her own
"kitchen-tested" recipes. Coordi-
nator for this project is Mrs.
Tubie Resnik. The cookbook will
be distributed to the guests at-
tending the two-day affair.

Hundreds of boutique items,
hand-made by Shaarey Zedek
women, will be sold during the
conference. There will be books
and other gift ideas which will
exemplify the five categories
under d is Cuss ion '•;
. " !7:-• '
Miss Keith is
the owner of a
public relations
firm in Philadel-
phia and was
formerly editor
and publisher of
"Pursestrings," a
woman's weekly
newspaper.
Following Miss
Keith's _ lecture,
Miss Keith

Charles of the Ritz will present
a talk on "The Woman and Cos-
metics." There will also be make-
up centers set up in the lecture
hall.
For tickets and information, call
Mrs. Martin, 883-2434; or ticket
co-chairmen Mesdames Joseph
MRS. MAX STOLLMAN
Snider, 353-2920; Milton Golden,
Ilan Women, at a dessert luncheon, 341-5719; or Erwin Kornwise, UN
12:30 p.m., March 30, at the Jew- 3-1271. This is sisterhood's fund-
ish Center.
raising event of the' year.

A report on the library fund
will be presented at the meeting
by.Mrs. Herman K. Cohen.
The program will include an
address by Dr. Gerald Rosenbaum,
professor of psychology at Wayne
State University.
Dr. Rosenbaum was head of the
division of psychology at Lafayette
Clinic in Detroit from 1963 to 1965
and was Fulbright Research Scholar
at the University of Rome from
1959 to 1960. He has visited Bar-
Ilan University and brings a first-
hand view with his subject "The
Role of a University in a New
State." His publications and papers,
which number about 50, have ap-
peared in the United States as
well as in foreign countries.
Entertainment will be presented
in the form of interpretations of
the Psalms, "Make a Joyful Noise
. . .", music by Leonard Bernstein,
choreography by Harriet Berg,
dances by the Festival Dancers of
the Jewish Center. A children's
group will perform the second por-
tion of the dance, based on the
23rd Psalm.
The program chairman is Mrs.
Herbert Eskin.
The public is invited. There will
be no solicitations.

Sara Saltsman to Wed
Joseph Bricker in June

MISS SARA SALTSMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Saltsman,
14160 Balfour, Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sara to Joseph Bricker, son of Mrs.
Bertha Bricker, 17208 Wisconsin,
and the late Mr. William Bricker.
Miss Saltsman attends Wayne
State University's college of edu-
cation. Her fiance attends the De-
troit Institute of Technology.
A June wedding is planned.

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