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May 12, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

26—Friday, May 12, 1967

Pioneer Women to Help Youth

A canister drive in which sev-
eral hundred members of Pioneer
Women will participate locally in
observance of World Jewish Child's
Day will be held Sunday through
Tuesday. it was announced by Mrs.
Aaron Katzman. vice president of
funds for Detroit Council of Pio-
neer Women.
Chairing this final phase of the
campaign which began April 8 will
be Mrs. Albert Herman, and as-
sisting her %%ill tie the following
chapter chairmen:
Mesdames Chana Michli n,
Club One; Lilian Vernon and
Lilian Levine, Club Two; Elaine
Dworkin, Sharona; Etta Kaplan,
Negba; Clara Marks, Chana
Czenesh; Bessie Litwak, Kin-
neret; Sally Braverman, Bran-
deis; Miriam Iloberman, Di-
mona; Esther Fishman, Avodah;
Sylvia Reitman, Golda Maier;
Marlene • Herman, Degania; Ann
Ilalberstam, llanita; Ann Silver-
and Evelyn
Massada:
man,
Schwartz, Business and Profes-
sional.
World Jewish Child's Day now
serves as a means of furthering
the activities of Pioneer Women's
child rescue program for Youth
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Members of the Piccolo Opera
will present
a program of musical excerpts,
Mrs. Aaron Shifman, president,
announced.

Participating artists under the
direction of Bernard Katz include
Faye Turner, soprano. Harold Or-
ba•h. tenor, and Raymond Sharp,
baritone.

Commentary will be provided
by Mrs. Albert Silber. newly
elected national vice president
of the Women's Division. who
serves as stage manager of the
local opera company.

JNF Auxiliary
to Install Officers

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The "Pick of The Piccolo," a
musical ''happening" at Temple
Israel. will highlight the annual
nernbership - installation luncheon
of the Detroit Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress, 12:30
p.m. Wednesday.

Tickets are available from the
American Jewish Congress, WO
5-3319.

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The Women's Auxiliary of Jew-
ish National Fund will present a
"musical installation of officers,"
prepared by Mrs. George Lerner,
former president of the auxiliary,
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Beth Aaron
Synagogue,
Mrs .Lerner will install the of-
ficers for the year. Mrs. Leonard
Olshansky, soloist, will be accom-
panied by Bella Goldberg, and
Mrs. Pearl Nosan, outgoing presi-
dent, will present her annual re-
port.
Special awards will be presented
to outstanding box holders and
volunteer workers by Mrs. Israel
! Kardener, JNF Blue-White Box
chairman. Auxiliary chairman is
Mrs, Morris Kraft.
1 A dessert luncheon will precede
the program. Program chairman
1 is Mrs. Ben Minns, Friends are
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8ngager2ents

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Berger of
New York City announce the en-
gagment of their daughter Phyllis
Arlene to Ernest Buehler, _son of
Mr. and Mrs. David Hess of Green-
field Rd. and the late Mr. Jacob
Buehler. Miss Berger is a graduate
of Hunter College. Her fiance is a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity.
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90,000 children have been brought
to Israel from 75 countries, and
rehabilitated in special children's
villages, settlements and institu-
tions.

Mrs. Milton Schwartz, vice pre-
sident and co-program chairman
of the Women's Division, will in-
stall Mesdames Aaron Shifman,
president; John Sturman, Albert
Sillier. Milton Schwartz. Theodore
Rosen and Philip Rader, vice pre-
sidents; Louis Zuckerman. record-
ing secretary; Samuel Pollock.
treasurer: and Abe Singer, finan-
cial secretary. Mrs. Arnold Frank
will serve as adviser to the execu-
tive committee.

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ElaineBrennerEngaged
to Peter Irwin Goldbeig

MISS ELAINE BRENNER

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schweid
of Kenosha Dr., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sharon Louise to Rodger
Edmund Gach, son of Mr. and Mrs.
' Paul Gach of Wildemere Rd. The
bride-elect attends Wayne State
University's college of education.
Her fiance attends Eastern Michi-
gan University.

* * *

Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. Sims, of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Brenner of
Griggs Ave. announce the engage- Oak Dr., announce the engagement
ment of their daughter Elaine of their daughter Barbara Joan to
Rochelle to Peter Irwin Goldberg, David Levitt, son of Mr. and Mrs
son of Mrs . Arthur Goldberg of Julius Levitt of Montmarte Ct., Oak
Charlotte, N.C., and the late Mr. Park. Miss Sims will graduate from
Cornell University in June and will
Goldberg.
The bride-elect is a graduate of do graduate work at Boston Univer-
Wayne State University's college sity. Mr. Levitt, a senior at Dart-
of education. Her fiance is a grad- mouth College, will enter Harvard
uate of the University of North Law School this fall. An August
Carolina and attended Boston Uni- wedding is planned.
versity's school of law. He was
affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi Fra- Audio-Visual Awards
ternity.
An Aug. 16 wedding is planned. to Museum, Mizrachi
The Jewish Museum of New
York and the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America received
the 1966 awards of the National
Council on Jewish Audio-Visual
Materials, at a luncheon of the
Michigan Regio n. Women's
Council Thursday. Dr. Chaim I.
American ORT, will hold its an-
Etrog, chairman of the council
nual installation luncheon noon
board of review, said the awards
May 24 at Town and Country Club.
were given to the Jewish Museum
The program vice president. Mrs.
for its organization and presenta-
David Edelman, will be chairman
tion of the exhibit, "The Lower
of the day, assisted by Mrs. Lawr-
East Side — Portal to American
ence Levi, installing officer, and
Life."
Mrs. Harry Becker, who will give
the invocation.
It is said that chewing parsley
Others assisting will be Mes-
will remove the odor and taste of
dames Paul Borman. Ben Brant,
a cigar.
Bernard Colton, Charles Canvasser,

'Fun Fashions' Due
at ORT Installation

Nathan Spector. Eugene Epstein
and Lester Becker.
There will be a pre-luncheon
showing of paintings by Nolan
Ross, a young Detroit artist.
Special feature of the day will
be an exclusive showing of sum-
mer fun fashions, a collection of
young, "fun" clothes. Shown at
this affair for the first time in
Detroit, this exclusive collection
will be commentated by Robert
Miller, who will come from New
York especially for this event.
Reservations may be arranged
through Mrs. Herman Hack, 18200
Adrian, Southfield, or the ORT
office.
The nominating committee, Mrs.
Max Beal, chairman, will present
the slate of proposed officers for
1967-68.

Beth Aaron Young Adults
to See Vietnam Slides

The Beth Aaron Young Adult
Group will present a program of
color slides of Vietnam 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the synagogue.
Dr. Joseph Weiss, who recently
returned from the battlefront, will
narrate the program, after which
there will be questions and an-
swers.
All single adults age 21-37 are
invited at a nominal charge.
For information, call Helaine
Lee, EL 7 - 4667.

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golden wedding anniversary at a
reception in the home of their
daughter Mrs. David Blumlo of
Potomac Dr., Southfield.
They have two other daughters,
Mrs. Max Liss and Mrs. Alfred
Klein. The couple has six grand-
children and two great-grandchil-
dren.

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