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March 31, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-31

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20—Friday, March 31, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(;crahl Stollman TaRcs Great Lakes Chapter Linda Collier's Troth
Leila Ann Berg Sets Spring Meeting Announced in Missouri

Pioneer Women Millionaire Party Bide'
to Raise Funds for Child's Day •

Announcing its annual observ-
ance of World Jewish Child's Day,
Mrs. Sam Fishman, president of
Detroit Council of Pioneer Women,
states that the first in a series
of fund-raising events—the annual
Millionaire Party and Games Night
—will be held 9 p.m. April 8 at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Mrs. Aaron Katzman, vice presi-
dent of funds for Detroit Council,
and over-all
World Jewish
Child's Day chair-
man, announces
that several hun-
dred prizes have
been procured by
gif t chairmen
Mrs. Norman
Leemon and Mrs.
Milton Weiss. A
committee under
the chairmanship Mrs. Katzman
of Mrs. Norman Kanter is work
ing on the gourmet food and fruit
baskets which are offered every
year. Prizes will be given through-
out the evening, including a grand
prize of a $100 U.S. Savings Bond.

Refreshments will be served
continually at the snack bar op-
erated by Mrs. Julius Silverman

and her committee.

Chairman of the financial com-
mittee is Mrs. Jacob Wilk, and
tickets will be handled by Mrs.
Herman Kanter. For information,
call Pioneer Women, 341-0722.
World Jewish Child's Day ac-
tivities will culminate with a can-
ister drive, in which several hun-
dred Pioneer Women will partici-
pate in Detroit and suburbs, May
14-16.
Funds will go toward the cur-
rent expansion program on behalf
of thousands of children making
a new life in Israel. World Jewish
Child's Day, originally dedicated
to commemorate the 1,500,000
Jewish children killed (luring the
Nazi holocaust, now serves as a
means of furthering the activities

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with

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Noodles

You're in Another
World

of Pioneer Women's child rescue
program fur Youth Aliya.
Through this program, over
90,000 c h i 1 d r en have been
brought to Israel from 75 coun-
tries and rehabilitated in special
children's villages, settlements
and institutions.
For information, call Executive
Secretary : ■ 1 rs. Ida Gornbein.
3-11.0722.

.1I1'ra Bauman Becomes
111 . S. 1,117Cit'llre In1SSer

MRS. GERALD STOLLMAN

ALBUM
FINER

WINER

Much Wit, Recipes
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! Leila Ann Berg, daughter of Empire Poultry Offers
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Collier, former
Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Berg of
Detroiters of University City, Mo.,
W. Ten Mile, Huntington Woods, Merchandise Awards
announce
the engagement of their
became the bride of Gerald Her- . Jewish charitable and social or-
schel Stollman in an evening cere- ganizations across the nation are daughter Linda Janet to Jeffery S.
Smith,
son
of Mrs. Gertrude Smith
mony Tuesday at Cong. B n a i earning valuable merchandise
of University City and the late
David.
awards in a unique plan offered by Mr. Louis A. Smith.
Mr. Stollman is the son of Mr. Empire Kosher Poultry, Inc.
Miss Collier attended the Univer-
Phillip Stollman of Burton Ave.,
More than 1,000 organizations sity of Missouri, and her fiance
. Oak Park.
are registered participants in the
will graduate from the University
Rabbis Samuel Stollman and Empire Fund-Raiser Plan.
of Missouri in June.
ilayim Donin officiated at the
Organization members merely
ceremony, with Cantor Hyman clip specified portions of Empire's
Adler as soloist.
various frozen poultry packages
MUSIC! ENTERTAINMENT!
The bride wore a gown of and give them to their fund-raising
peau de soie embroidered with chairman. Each package clipping
Alencon lace, and a full train turned in to Empire earns points
accented the bouffant skirt. She and, upon accumulation of a suf-
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
carried orchids and lilies of the ficient number, the organization '
MRS. LAWRENCE WASSER
redeems them for merchandise it
valley.
UN 3-6501
At a recent ceremony held at
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from
a
100-page,
full-color
Main of honor was Rochelle
Oak Manor Centers, Myra- Kaye Alice Stollman of New York, sister catalogue.
Bauman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of the bridegroom, Bridesmaids
The current Empire Fund Raiser
Emanuel Bauman of Shelley Dr., were Susan Kershenbaum, Jane Plan expires May 31.
YOUR CANDID
Southfield, became the bride of Markel, Mrs. Robert Greenstone
(First prize for best product dis-
Lawrence Wasser, son of Mr. Jo- and Mrs. Bernard Stollman,
! play was awarded to Empire
seph Wasser of Indiana Ave. and
I Kosher Poultry at the first annual
Bernard Stollman was best man,
the late Ida Zager Wasser.
WILL BE
and ushers were Robert Green- Kosher Food Processors Exhibit in
The bride wore a silk linen
stone, Marvin Stollman, John Was- New York recently.)
gown with a bodice of re-em-
Empire
processes
a
full
line
of
kin and Bernard Mindell.
broidered Alencon lace and over
all poultry, whole and parts, fresh
After a honeymoon in Los An- and fresh-frozen, Kosher for Pass-
it a matching coat with lace '
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
geles and Hawaii, the couple will over and every day.
sleeves. Her bouffant veil of
BY BERNARD H.
live in New York City.
illusion net was attached to a
Empire, of Mifflintown, Pa.,
Dior lace bow. She carried her ,
markets its products coast-to-coast
mother's Bible with several
and internationally. Local distribu-
orchids pinned onto it.
tor is City Poultry Co., 2860 18th
KE 1-8196
Mrs. Leonard Portner attended
St., Detroit.
her sister as matron of honor, and
Mrs. Sheldon Wasser of Montreal
"An irrepressible guide to Jew-
and Harriet Bauman, another sis- ish cooking" is the subtitle Sara
ter of the bride, were bridesmaids. Kasdan selected for her book
Sheldon Wasser served as his "Love and Knishes" which has
brother's best man and James been republished by Fawcet Pub-
Feinberg and Neil Bauman, the lications as a paperback.
bride's brother, acted as ushers.
This subtitle aptly describes the
After a Florida honeymoon, the
couple will reside on Appleton Dr. book of recipes which contains
so much humor that it entertains
while it guides the housewife in
her chores in preparing strictly
kosher foods.
TOM
With interesting drawings by
Ella Calderon, this volume, dedi-
cated "to the wonderful women
who never cooked from a book,"
contains —
Israeli recipes, foods for all r,
SOUTH F I ELD
IDEAL FOR BRISS, PIDYON HA-BEN & ALL OCCASIONS
Jewish occasions, pretty good •
APRIL 3rd

Pol. Adv.

KOSHER

Great Lakes Chapter, Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
! will hold its annual Spring Get-
Together 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
, Cong. Beth Hillel.
Program chairman Mrs. J o e I
Litke will speak on "Jewish Life
in America 1941-1967," the last
of the lecture series. The Windsor
delegation from Cong. Shaar Ha-
shomayim, Mrs. Millie Golinker
and Mrs. Edith Silverstein, will
give a report on the Washington
! Convention of UOJCA. Mrs. Ray
Bodzin and Mrs. Blanche Engel
will present a short skit.
I Refreshments will be served,
and donations will go to the Stern
College Scholarship Fund. Friends
invited

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humorous articles accompanying
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