22—Friday, September 1, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Federation Women Will Schedule
Leadership Training Course Sept. 18
A five-week leadership training
course for women in the commun-
ity will begin Sept. 18, under the
sponsorship of the women's divi-
sion of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
Mrs. Norman 11. Rosenfeld is
chairman of the seminars, with
Mrs. Brand Marwil as vice-chair-
man and Mrs. Bert L. Smokier as
The course is designed to give
women in the community an in-
depth look at the pattern of com-
munity services, their support and
Introduction to the concept of
Federation. a look at the Jewish
Family and Children's Service and
an outline of the program of the
Jewish Community Center will be
the subjects of the first session
which opens at 9:45 a.m. Sept. 18
at the Jewish Center.
Mrs. Sol Lifsitz; chairman of the
day, will be assisted by Mrs. Lewis
Milgrom and Mrs. Richard Sloan.
At the second session, Sept.
25, the group will leave the
Ten Mile Branch of the Jewish
Center at 9:45 a.m. for a trip to
Camp Tamarack. Chairman for the
program is Mrs. Melvin H. Horn-
stein, with Mrs. Maurice Kurz-
mann and Mrs. David Margolin
The other scheduled sessions
Oct. 2 — 9:45 a.m., a tour
of Sinai Hospital and Shiffman
Clinic and a look at United Heb-
rew Schools. Mrs. David Dombey,
chairman of the day, will be as-
sisted by Mrs. Albert M. Colman.
Oct. 9 — 9:45 a.m., A visit
and lunch at the Home for
Aged on Petoskey and the Bor-
man Branch on West Seven Mile
Rd. Chairmen are Mrs. George
Stutz and Mrs. Jerome J. Trumper.
Oct. 16 — 9:45 a.m., A tour
Mr. and .11- rs. Gilhooley,
Ilonermoon in Toronto i
of the Community Worksho p,
agencies housed in the Butzel
Bldg., and a look at national and
overseas programs supported by
the Allied Jewish Campaign. The
women's division's program and
plans will be revealed. Mesdames
Coleman Mopper, Ronald Green-
berg and Louis Berry will be chair-
men of the day.
The final meeting on Oct. 23 will
be a graduation tea at the home
of Mrs. Norman Rosenfeld on
Hamilton Road. Diplomas will be
awarded to students who have com-
pleted the five-week course.
Announced in Chicago
MISS SHEILA FRANKEL
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Frankel
of Chicago announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Sheila
Joyce to Robert Hillel Goldman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gold-
man of Northfield Rd., Birming-
Miss Frankel, a graduate of the
University of Michigan, where she
is now enrolled in the graduate
school of social work, is affiliated
with Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority.
Her fiance, also a graduate of the
University of Michigan, is attend-
ing law school.
A May wedding is planned.
MRS. ROBERT GILHOOLEY
de Londres and hand-corded Alen-
con lace appliques embroidered
with pearls and brilliants and ac-
cented by pearl-centered bows
which also adorned the chapel-
length, panel watteau train. A
shaped toque of matching silk and
jeweled lace held her full tiered
veil of imported silk illusion.
Anita Spector was maid of
honor. Mrs. Martin Goode, De-
bora Palmer, Marion Wishnow
and Arlene Moss were brides-
Mark Gilhooley served as his
brother's best man. Paul Spector,
brother of the bride, Steven Bern-
stein. Robert Greenwald and Stu-
art Marshall. all of Chicago, and
James Speyer of Pittsburgh were
CHAPTER invite friends to their
opening joint meeting 8 p.m. Sept.
12 at the Labor Zionist Institute.
A cabaret evening with Hy Herman
and his orchestra will be featured,
and special guest will be Harry
Weinsaft, art dealer and security
officer on the ship Exodus. Wein-
saft was an observer for the Israel
government during the Sinai Cam-
paign, and recently returned from
Israel where he observed the Arab-
Israeli crisis. Refreshments will
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DOWNTOWN FOX CHAPTER
will hold its games night 8:30 p.m.
Sept. 13 at the Workmen's Circle
Center. Friends are invited, and
there will be prizes and refresh-
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BLOCH CHAPTER bowling lea-
gue will begin its new season at
Southfield Bowling Lanes 9:30 p.m.
Sept. 12. For information, call
Sarah Pearl, president, LI 6-0070,
or Linda Meizler, vice president,
Center Camera Club Opens
Season for Shutterbugs
The fall season of Center Camera
Club will open Sept. 11, 8:15 p.m.
at the Jewish Center when Dr.
Robert Mathews will present a
color slide showing. There will
also be a discussion on how to
improve prints and slides.
This year's program will be
geared to novice photographers.
The public is invited. Refreih-
ments will be served.
Adas Shalom Couples
to Take Stock at Meeting
The first general meeting of Adas
Shalom Young and Marrieds Club
will be 8:30 p.m. Sept. 14 in the
board room of the synagogue.
Roger Peterson from Merrill
Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith
Inc. will speak on stocks and bonds.
All young and marrieds of the
synagogue are invited.
There will be bowling at Melody
Lanes beginning 8 p.m. Sept. 10.
For information, contact Maxine
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and Mrs. Nathan Spector of Sor-
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