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March 24, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18—Friday, March 24, 1967

Dental Fraternity to Raise Funds
for Philanthropies at Concert

Dr. Sidney Rubenstein. president
of the Detroit Alumni Chapter.
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity.
and Mrs. Martin Selik, president of
the Detroit Women, announce a
jointly sponsored
AlphaOmega
Night at the De-
troit Symphony
Orchestra Cabaret
Concert will take
place 8:30 p.m.
April 12 at the
Detroit Light
Guard Armory.
The public is
invited.
Mrs. Selik
Arthur Fiedler,
conductor of the Boston Pops Or-
chestra, will conduct the 101-man
Detroit Symphony Orchestra in fa-
vorite overtures, marches, show
tunes and an occasional venture
into Tin Pan Alley. Mischa Mischa-
koff will he soloist, playing Men-
delssohn's Violin Concerto.
Proceeds of this evening will
be used fOr the Detroit Alumni
Chapter's Scholarship Funds at
both the University of Detroit
and the University of Michigan,
/ the Israel Dental School, the M.
M. Fintz Student Loan Fund and
other charities maintained by the
Detroit Women of Alpha Omega,
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Selik, Mrs. George Rosin, Dr.
Jack Lawson, and Dr. Schreibman.
They are assisted by:

Mrs. Schneider, Mrs. Helen. Mrs.
Easton Brodsky. Mrs. Sheldon Plotnik,
Drs. Allan Ash, Eli Gerger, Norton
Rico)). Bruce Billes, Marvin Ellender,
Stuart Falk, Jason Goode, Henry Green,
Martin Guyer, Lawrence Haber, Clif-
ford Heller, George Lich, Ronald Mil-
ler. Stuart Pernick, Bernard Shapiro,
Leo Shipko, David Silver. Sheldon
Simons. Sam Stulberg, Fred Wasserman
and Richard Williams.
Also Mesdames Morrey Barak. James
Bittker. Gerald Bloom. Joseph Cabot,
John Cohen, Joseph Dobrusin, Sylvan
Fader, Manuel Feldman, Jack Freed-
land, Daniel Gilbert. Arnold Gottlieb,
Joseph Grant, Milton Jacobs, Jack Law-
son. Morton Lesser, Bernard Lewis.
Leslie Moss, Leonard Posner, Alfred
Shaw, Murray Shekter, Eugene Smoler,
Maurice Sugar, William Warren and
Arnold Zuroff.

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Seating will be at tables of four
or eight.

Blcur Cholem Group
to Furnish Chapel at
Northville Hospital

A Jewish chapel at Northville
State Hospital is the next goal of
Young Women's Bicur Cholem
Organization, which has scheduled
its annual donor luncheon for
12:30 p.m. April 4 at Bnai David
Synagogue.
According to Mrs. David Berman,
first vice presi-
dent and fund-
raising chairman,
the proceeds of
this luncheon
will go toward
furnishing "spir-
itUal therapy" in
Northville's
planned interde-
nominational
chapel. Mrs. Berman
In addition to Northville, the or-
ganization services patients at
Lapeer, Ypsilanti and Wayne
County General Hospitals.
Rabbi Solman 'Gruskin, chaplain
at Northville, is providing the
guidance to Young Women's Bicur
Cholem for furnishing and main-
taining the Jewish chapel.

UHS Library Acquires
Historical Scty. Volumes
on American Jewish Life

A recent major addition to the
Safran Library of the United He-
brew Schools is the first 38 vol-
umes of the Publications of the
American Historical Society (1893-
1949).
These volumes, which represent
the latest contribution by David
Safran to the library, are recog-
nized as the main source of in-
formation concerning early Amer-
ican Jewish life and are valuable
to both scholars and those who
have a popular interest in the field
of American Jewish history.
One volume contains a bib-
liography of books and pamphlets
by Jewish writers, or on subjects
of Jewish interest, from Colonial
times to 1850.
Since 1961, the Publications of
the American Historical Society
has been published as the Ameri-
can Jewish Historical Quarterly,
which is received regularly by the
library, according to David H.
Elazar, librarian.
The Safran library serves the
entire Jewish community, as well
as students of the United Hebrew
Schools and the Midrasha.

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train. A crown of Alencon lace
held her silk illusion veil, also
trimmed in lace. She carried or-
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confirmation Bible.
Lauren Schwartz was her sister's
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Margie Cohn, Joanne Okun and
Barbara Beneson.
Paul Milgrom, brother of the
bridegroom, served as his best

Hillel Foundation, Dr. Elieser I since then has taught at Hebrew
Schweid, Israel author and teacher, University and its Haifa College.
will be the guest of Hillel at the
His many publications include
University of Michigan March 26- two books and numercus articles.
30.
His lecture tour in this coun-
Dr. Schweid is scheduled to ad-
try will take him to the Univer-
dress the Jewish faculty in a meet-
sity of Iowa, Purdue University,
ing at Hillel on "Agnon—Israel's
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He will also speak:
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Dr. Schweid, a native Israeli and
a former kibutz dweller, taught He-
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Lydia Winston Malbin
Collection to Go on
Display at Art Institute

The largest single collection in
the world of drawings and prints
by Umberto Boccioni, central fig-
ure of the Italian Futurist move-
ment, will be shown for the first
time in its entirety at the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
Mrs. Lydia Winston Malbin has
given the Institute a permanent
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The comprehensive exhibition—
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Mrs. Malbin and her late hus-
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to the Museum of Modern Arts'
Futurism exhibition.
Mrs. Malbin, a resident of
Birmingham, is a m e mber of
the City of Detroit Arts Com-
mission, a trustee of the Founders
Society Detroit Institute of Arts
and chairman of the Joint Collec-
tions Committee. She serves on the
boards of the Friends of Modern
Art and the Drawing and Print
Club of the Founders Society as
well as being active in numerous
national and international a r t
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