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May 19, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-05-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, May 19, 1967

They'll Be Fashion Festival Hostesses

omen's

(More Clubs on Page 19)
CITY OF HOPE CANCER

Planning the All-Israel Fashion Festival, to be held June 13
In the Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, are the fol-
lowing members of the hostesses committee: (from left) seated,
Mesdames Dan Shapiro, Albert Tanner, Samuel Croll, Norma Ilu-
dosh and Rachel Kurtzman; and standing, Mesdames Philip Heit-
man, Morris L. Schaver, chairman of the Israel Bond Women's Divi-
sion, and Morris J. Brandwine, Fashion Show chairman. Cindy
Adams will be guest commentator at the fashion show-luncheon,
which is the highlight of the Women's Division activities. Admis-
sion is open to purchasers of $200 or more in Israel Bonds. Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Allan have donated their sixth annual Star of Israel
diamond creation as a prize. Other hostesses not in the photo are
Mesdames Allan, Jack Berent, Louis Berry, Leonard Bonin, Abe
Cherrin, Louis M. Elliman, Sam Fishman, Jack Gosman, Joseph
Katchke, Allen II. Kraft, Norman Leemon, Michael Michlin, Charles
Milan, David Miller, David Pollack, Harry Portnoy, Albert Potiker,
Harold A. Robinson, Alexander Schreier, Sidney Schwartz, Philip

Slornovitz, Israel Serling, Max Stollman and Milton Weiss. The
committee-Ss still incomplete.

Lincoln Poems Collected in Single
Volume by Detroiter Edna Neidelman

Edna H. Neidelman. a Detroit ogv of good health and who also
public school teacher, who has taught in the Temple Israel re-
lectured in Mexico on the psychol- ligious school, has made Lincoln
, her hobby.
Her book. "America's Lincoln-
A Collection of Poems," published
by Pageant Press (101 5th, NY3),
indicates the extent of her labors
If
a n d the dedication to her subject.
Included in the selections in this
A luncheon and theater party volume are poems by many of
planned
for
noon
Thursday
at
America's
greatest writers. They
is
Meadow Brook Theater to honor are, as a subtitle to the book
members of South Oakland County states. "From the Hearts of Many
Chapter, Hadassah, who have Poets."
Ed w i n Markham, Rosemary
donated S50 or more to lladassah
and Stephen V. Benet, W alt
projects over the past year.
Mrs. Leo Shipko, chapter donor Whitman, Vachel Lindsay, Edgar
chairman, announced that Anton t Lee Masters, James Whitcomb
Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," Riley and many other well
known names are among the 60
will be presented after the lunch-
poems whose verses have been
eon, coordinated by Mrs. Miles
by Miss Neidelman in her
Harvey
chosen
Brasch . and Mrs. Morey
Firertone. tribute to the Lincoln name.
Theater tickets will be mailed It is evident that Miss Neidel-
to guests as soon as their reser- man has devoted many years to
this labor of love. Her task is well
vations are received. For the
convenience of some guests, done and students of Lincoln are
courtesy buses will be available ' greatly assisted, when in search
of poetic tributes to the G re at
for departure from Northland at
Emancipator, by the search already
11:45 a.m.
Officers of SOC Chapter who made for them by Miss Neidelman.
have been planning this afternoon
King Baudouin of Belgium de-
arc Mesdames Charles Snider,
president: I.ouis Cooper, a dviser corated HARRY TORCZYNER,
York Jewish communal
New
and past chapter president; and
Robert Tuttleinan, chapter vice leader and president of the Bel-
president of fund raising. , gian Art Foundation in the United
Donor group chairmen are Mos- States, with the Order of the
dames Sidney Glen, Southfield; . Crown in recognition of his con-
Arthur Beckwith, Birmingham- tribution to the development of
the
Franklin; Miles Brasch. Oak Park; cultural relations between
and Phillip Hertz. Huntington , United States and Belgium. The
Woods ceremony took place in Brussels.

SOC Chapter to T ake
Donors to Lunch
an
and the Theater

k"HEBREW HOBBYISTS

FIGHTERS will meet 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Bnai David synagogue.
This will be the final date to turn
in pledges and outstanding funds.
Mrs. Phil Moss, vice president of
the journal, will present a report
to the membership. Mrs. Lawrence
Benderoff, vice president of pro-
gram, invites the mothers and
mothers-in-law of all members to
attend as guests for the evening.
They will be honored with a spe-
cially planned program and re-
freshments. Included on the pro-
gram will be young vocalist Marcy
Rose, who has won both a music
study scholarship and the Michi-
gan State Scholarship. She had the
leading role in "Carousel" at Will-
0-Way Theatre. Her accompanist
will be Susan Tauber. Mrs. Elliot
Schubiner, outgoing president, will
preside at this culminating meet-
ing of the season.
* * *
BNAI MOSHE SISTERHOOD
held its installation of officers
May 8. Those installed were Mes-
dames Irving Tennenhouse, presi-
dent; Sidney Burk, Daniel Welber
and Sidney Ferst, vice presidents;
Leon Sears, combined campaign
tora fund chairman; Alexander
Schleifer, vice chairman and spe-
cial gifts chairman; Benjamin
Levenson, Louis Neuman, Mack
Lieberman, Israel Besser, secre-
taries; Theodore Kohn, treasurer;
Herman Roth, parliamentarian;
and Oscar Spilkin, chaplain. Mem-
bers of the board include Mes-
dames Jack Hochman, Sol Arsht,
Harry Mickelson, Emil Philips,
Ben Kahn, Anna Hoffman, Albert
Migdal, Samuel Granitz, Simon
Goldman and Robert Hirshbein.
*
*
OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
will
meet 3 p.m.
STUDY GROUP
Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Charles Gellman. 14151 Victoria.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Joshua

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5. balls
7. evening
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12. parent; name of
a dance
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activities

* * *

ROSENWALD AUXILIARY,
American Legion, will hold an
election meeting 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Cong. Beth Yehuda.
* * *

*
*
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER. Pion-
eer Women, will meet noon Tues-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
The canister report and plans for
the installation will be discussed.
Refreshments will be served.
Friends are invited.
• *
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
CIIABAD STUDY GROUP will
meet 3 p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Adina Jerusalem, 20227
Freeland. Bernard Jerusalem will
speak.
• * *
NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Har-
ry Blitz, 17180 Greenlawn. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Eric Green-
baum.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Women,
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs .
Adele Mondry will review "The
Gates Of The Forest" by Elie
Wiesel. Refreshments will be
served. Guests are invited.
* *
PYTHIAN SISTERS will hear
a talk on the Hope Ship 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Knights of
Pythias Temple. The public is in-
vited. Refreshments will be served,
For information, call Phyllis Fine,
535-2475.

The Criterion Club, organization
for single adults, will celebrate
the fifth anniversary of its found-
ing at a "Maytime Ball" 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at Cong. Beth Hillel.
The public is invited. Dress will

be informal.
Music for dancing will be pro-

vided by "The Satisfyers" or-
chestra, with prizes, social mixers,
refreshments and a floor show at
intermission.
for information, call Gertrude
Edelstein, executive vice president,
535-6917.

Larry Freedman

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

JEWISH WOMEN'S EURO-
PEAN WELFARE ORGANIZA-
TION will hold a bond meeting
noon Monday at Jericho Temple.
Hostess will be Mrs. Ida Gold-
smith. A report on the recent
donor luncheon will be given.
* * s
.
R OCHEL LAYA STEPINER
AID SOCIETY Women's Club will
hold its 22nd annual donor lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at

Raleigh House.

* * *

LIVONIA PTO, United Hebrew

Schools, will see a film at its
meeting 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the Cohn Building.

Max Schrut

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6. swamp
7. witness
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AVODAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet 12:30 Women, will hold its annual dinner
p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist party 7 p.m. Sunday at the home
Institute. Mrs. Morris Friedman, of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Herman,
program chairman, announces that 23550 Gardner, Oak Park. Proceeds
Mildred Gelfand, chairman of the will go toward child rescue. For
nominating committee, will present reservations call Mrs. Edward Mil-
to the membership the new slate ler, 358-0142. Friends invited.
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An Israeli film "The Sand Cur-
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shown. Refreshments will be
served. This is the final meeting slate for election of officers 8:30
p.m.
Monday in the synagogue.
of the season. Guests are invited.

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