Bride of Joel Harelik
activities :in Society
Members of the Detroit Section, National Council of Jewish
Women, will attend the five-day national convention at the Marriot
Motor Hotel, Atlanta, starting Sunday. Theme of the convention,
One Woman Can Make A Difference," will stress the importance
of each volunteer in expanding Opportunities for youth, improving
public education and providing decent housing in. challenging action
programs. Delegates attending the convention are Mesdames Jerome
B. Grossman, Ben Weintraub, Fredrick Shevin, Melvin Kolbert, John
Redfield, Victor Shiffman, Herschel Kreger and Gabriel Alexander.
Others include Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner, national vice president;
Mrs. Lewis B. Daniels, regional president; Mrs. Fred Keidan, state
of Michigan legislation chairman; Mrs. M. Morton Barak, national
nominating committee, and Mrs : Joseph Welt, honorary national
vice president and honorary international president. Alternates include
Mrs. Regene Cohane and Mesdames Alvin Rodecker, Isadore Winkel-
man, Stanley Akers, William H. Frank, Harry L. Jackson, -Seymour
Rowe, Arthur Stone, Ben Schottenfels Jr., Murry Sachs and Arthur
MRS. JOEL IIARELIK
Nancy Carol Ware, daughter of
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Reuben M. Ware
of Grove City, Pa., became the
bride of Joel Michael Harelik
Saturday evening at Temple Israel,
with Rabbi Leon Fram officiating.
Mr. Harelik is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry H. Harelik of W.
Seven Mile Rd.
Maid of honor was Patricia A.
Kohl, and best man was Arthur
The bride wore a street-length
silk-wool dress in a soft A-line, and
she had a three-cornered Alencon
lace mantilla on her head. Sweet-
heart roses were in her bouquet.
After a wedding trip to Ber-
muda, the couple will live on'
Seven Mile Rd.
`Highlights' to Explore
Michigan Jewish History
A series of four programs on the
"History of Jews in Michigan"
will be presented on ',Highlights"
9:15 a.m. Sunday on WJBK radio
and 9:45 a.m. Sunday on Channel
The little known fact that there
were Jewish settlers among the
early pioneers is explored in the
Participating are James M. Bab-
cock, chief of the Burton Histori-
cal Collection of the Detroit Public
Library (which also happens to
house the archives of the Jewish
Historical Society of Michigan);
Irving Katz, executive secretary
of Temple Beth El, who will serve
as host of this series; Evelyn
Orbach; and Rube Weiss, narrator.
Katz, a pioneer himself in the
field of temple administration, has
done intensive research into the
history of the Jews in Michigan,
and his writings on that subject
include "The Beth El Story—With
a History of the Jews in Michigan
Before 1850," "History of Jewish
Community Services in Detroit,"
and "The Jewish Soldier From
Michigan in the Civil War."
Succeeding programs will in-
clude the founding and history
of existing synagogues during
the period from 1850 to 1899,
which includes Temple Beth El
and Shaarey Zedek and the ori-
gins and history of organizations
in the community during the
The final program of this series ,
will deal with the great influx
of Eastern European Jewry and
the flourishing Yiddish culture,
literature, newspapers and theater
in Detroit during the years from
1900 to 1926.
Awarded to 8 in State
The John Simon Guggenheim
Memorial Foundation has an-
nounced $2,200,000 in fellowship
awards for work in scholastic and
fine arts fields, among them to
eight Michigan residents.
Among them are Dr. Avrom
Fleishman, assistant professor of
English at Michigan State Univer-
sity; Dr. Monroe Z. Rafter, associ-
ate professor of Spanish at the
University of Michigan, Charles
Pollock, associate professor of art
at Michigan State; and Dr. Mar-
shall D. Sahlins, U. of M. profes-
sor of anthropology.
Attending the recent spring: conference of the Great Lakes
Region, National Federation of JeWish Men's Clubs, in Toronto, were
the following local delegates and their wives: Shaarey Zedek: Leonard
E. Baron, Dr. Louis Beresh, Datid A. Goldman, Bernard Breyer,
Robert Steinberg, Allen A. Charlip, Myron Milgrom and Marvin
Fleischman; Adas Shalom: Carl Lichtenstein, Joseph Koenig, Donald
A. Nusholtz, Saul Waldman, Ben Berry and Manny Feinberg; Bnai
Moshe; Erwin W. Kepes, Dave Schwartz, Abe Pasternak, Israel
Besser, Ben Kahn, Erwin Friedmab, Sam Friedman, Dave Bernstein,
Irving Bernstein and Henry Tobek• Ahavas Achim: S. Yucht; Beth
Aaron: Meyer Millman, Dr. M. Last, Moe Ginsberg, Jack Shenkman,
Sam Molitz, Max Katz, Max Silverman, Leo Gaspas, Sam Lankin,
Henry Galens and Morris Litwin.;
A number of Detroiters attended the recent Bar Mitzva of Gary
Edward Schnitzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schnitzer, formerly of
Detroit and now residing in Las Vegas. After the ceremony at
Temple Beth Shalom, the dinner was held at the Oasis Room of
the Flamingo Hotel. Detroiters who attended were Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Moss and daughters Wendy, Sharon and Arlene; Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Moss; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Moss; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shlakman
and son Geoffrey and daughter Karen.
Mr. H. H. Finsilver, manager, and Mr. W. B. Barris of the
Detroit branch office have just returned from the all-star conference
held bi-annually for leading salesmen from the Business Men's Assur:
ance Co. The conference was held at the Doral Inn and Country Club
in Miami March 20-23. Mr. Finsilver resides at 20435 Picadilly, and
Mr. Barris at 20736 Knob Woods, Southfield.
Marguerite Kozenn! Chajes Directing
'Mozart and Free Masons ' Concert
The Pro Mozart Society of Great-
er Detroit and Grand Lodge, Free
and accepted Masons, will present
a concert, "Mozart and the Free
Masons" at the Scottish Rite Ca ;
thedral of Masonic Temple 2:30
p.m. May 21.
The production will be the first
of its kind under Masonic sponsor-
ship. Marguerite Kozenn Chajes
will be artistic director and an-
The presentation of Mozart 's
music written during 1784-1791
will be a memorial to Mozart, who
died in 1791.,
Mrs. Kozenn Chajes is the only
American whose name and city
are engraved on the mar ble
plaque of the International
Foundation in Salzburg. For her
untiring efforts on behalf of Mo-
zart's works she received some
years ago the Max Reinhardt
medal from Alfred Baeck, Mayor
of Salzburg. She is also the re-
cipient of the "Rozenkavalier
statuette," given to her by the
Mayor of Venice.
When she was there, Detroit
was hailed in all the Austrian
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for Any Occasion
National and Local Talent
newspapers as "the second Mozart
city," immediately after Salzburg
and in preference to the major
musical centers throughout the
Walker L. Cisler is the president
of the local Pro Mozart Society,
with Francis M.,Dodge vice presi-
dent. Consul General Norman H.
Birnkrant is honorary chairman.
Beth Shalom Sisterhood Makes Plans
for First Antique and Art Show, Sale
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Beth Shalom Sisterhood will cooked and served by sisterhood
make its first venture into the art
world for its major fund-raising of
In charge of the ticket sale is II
this year, an Antique and Art Mrs. David Rosenthal. They may I
purchased in advance at a re- a
Show to take place April 16 and
Others actively helping plan and yir
According to Sisterhood Presi-
dent Mrs. Charles Factor, from 11 organize the show are Mesdames
Rosenwasser, Lee I
a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday and 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, the syna- Schwartz, Jackie Gill and Irving )11
gogue building will be filled with Siegan.
the works of professional Michigan
artists and with the wares of 18 Criterion Club Banquet
local antique dealers. All will be
to Honor Two Officers
The Criterion Club will host a
Chairman of the Antique and
Art Show is Mrs. Albert Komer; banquet and dance 6:30 p.m. Satur-
her co-chairman is Mrs. Fred day at MeGuire's restaurant.
Club president Sally Sidran an-
nounced the occasion will be a
Mrs. Stewart Kepes will be in
testimonial honoring jointly the
charge of a tea room which will
organization's executive secretary
serve light lunches and refresh-
Bertha Miller and vice president
ments during all of the show
hours. The food will be home
GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY
Green-8 Shopping Center, Greenfield/West 8 Mile
Mon., Thurs., Fri., and Sat. til 9 p.m.
II SHOP SUNDAY 12 TO 5 P.M. •