THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, September 1, 1967
Fund Raisers to Attend Hadassah 'Bonus'
Brandeis Women to Hear Panel on the Rebellion of Youth
Mrs. Marvin Zesking, annual
Brandeis University National . scription luncheon will be served
Women's Committee will hold its to which prospective members are membership chairman, and Mrs.
Burkoff, life membership
first fall meeting noon Sept. 19 at invited. Mrs. Max Warren, mem-
bership chairman, advises there chairman, will be in charge of the
Mrs. Harry Singer, administra- will be a nominal charge for the hostess committee.
tive vice president of Greater De- luncheon. For new and paid-up
troit Chapter announced the meet- members, this amount will be ap-
ing will feature panel discussion plied toward the annual dues. For
of "Rebellion From Old Standards.
Dr. Herbert Raskin, a practicing
psychiatrist, president of the
Michigan Society of Neurology and
Psychiatry and for many years
one of the leaders of the Mayor's
Committee for Drug Addiction, will
BY BERNARD H.
discuss "Is Drugs a Tool of Re-
bellion By Our Youth?" Rabbi M.
Robert Syme of Temple Israel will
explore "Is Religion Still Mean-
BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
ingful to Our Middle-Class Youth?"
Mrs. Nancy Boykin, director of
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troit Public Schools, will speak
on "The Adolescent's Conflict'
Among Unwed Mothers."
Moderator will be Dr. Robert S.
Drews, psychiatrist and former na-
tional president of the American
Hadassah's special gifts committee is making a final pre-campaign
thrust toward its fund-raising goal, under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Samuel J. Rhodes (left) and Mrs. Davis Benson (right). With them
arc (from left) Mesdames Irving Rose, program chairman; Jack W.
Perlman, chapter president; and David Pollack, fund-raising vice
A bonus event for chapter and
group board members of Detroit
Chapter, Hadassah, as well as
workers in its current fund-raising
campaign, will feature Mrs. Goldie
Adler 12:30 p.m. Thursday at
I Iadassah House. Mrs. Adler will
, peak on "The Difference-1967."
Preceding the official launching
of the campaign, Sept. 26, the
special gifts committee, headed by
Mrs. Samuel J. Rhodes and Mrs.
Davis Benson, has been working
to reach additional goals in its
special gifts contributions. Mrs.
Jason Ilonigman is chairman of
IMA, the designation for those who
contribute $600 or more toward
the support of a child at a Hadas-
sah installation for one year; Mrs.
Barney Keywell is chairman of the
DODAs, those who contribute $300
or more toward the support of a
child for half a year; Mrs. Max
Udder, Iladassah Medical Center;
Mrs. Benjamin B o n d, treasury
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NEW YORK—At a dinner recep-
tion in honor of Dr. Max Leron,
Israeli trade commissioner for the
United States, the Academy of
American and French Chefs pre-
sented the coveted "Golden Spoon
Award" to Telma Soups for its
superior taste and quality.
Solomon Brunner is president
and Rubin Auerbach, vice presi-
dent of Tel Aviv Import Corp.
of Brooklyn, distributors in the
U.S. for Telma Soups and Lieber
Chocolates, imported from Israel.
The dinner, at which Telma
soups were served, was attended
by newspaper and magazine edi-
tors as well as diet specialists.
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Society of Group Psychotherapy
and Psychodrama. Dr. Drews is
conducting group psychotherapy
sessions with adolescents, proba-
gifts, which covers contributions tion violators for the Ferndale
from organizations; and Mesdames Juvenile Court, as well as other
Samuel Cohl, Herman Radner, groups.
Preceding the program, a sub-
Richard Serlin, Sam Shekter, Mil-
ton Sorock, Nathan Schermer and
General solicitations, under
Mrs. Richard Kamil and Mrs.
Robert Siegel, has commenced.
pre-campaign activities to reach'
contributors before the sched-
uled opening date because of the'
exceedingly heavy d e m ands
made upon Hadassah's installa-
tions in Israel preceding, during
and following the Middle East
Meanwhile, Mrs. Harold Hoff-
man, vice president of member-
ship, advises that new members
are now being enrolled so they
will be eligible to attend the Sept.
Each new member, new life
member and membership worker
who signs up a new member be-
comes eligible for one of three
nationally awarded trips to Israel.
All paid-up members will be
eligible for the early bird prize.
MISS ILENE KASHDAN
Chefs Academy Honors
Telma Soups of Israel
We can stretch our
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kashdan of
G o 1 d w i n Ave., Southfield, an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Ilene Karen to Mark
Conklin, son of the Edward Conk-
lins of Kentfield Ave.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the college of education at Michi-
gan State University. Her fiance
is continuing his studies in indus-
trial psychology at MSU and is af-
filiated with Beta Theta Pi fra-
A December wedding is planned.
Pioneer Women Sets
Mrs. Wilbur Shapiro, vice presi-
dent of organization Detroit Council
of Pioneer Women, will hold a
membership roundup 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. Thursday at the Dexter
Davison Market shopping area, 10
Mile and Coolidge Oak Park
The roundup will take place at
Harvard Row Mall.
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