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September 15, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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Judith Leemon 13:-•omes
Mrs. Albert L. Holtz

Friday, September 15, 1967-23


act i vities Society

Topic: Future Religions'


The Birmingham Temple Lec-
ture Series will begin with a talk
Led by Michigan Region -President Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel, loca by Tolbert McCarrol on - Religions
delegates of Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation of the Future" 8:30 p.m. today at
Through Training) will leave Sept. 24 for the 19th biennial nations
Robert Frost Junior High School,
in Chicago Sept. 25-28. Nearly! 1,500 of their colleagues representing Oak Park.
550 .chapters from coast to coast will join them in plans for the
Executive director of the Amer-
expdiision and development of the global ORT program of vocational ican Humanist Association, Mc-
educ&ion and training. Participating in the convention are national Carrol is also editor of "The
board members Mesdames Max Beal, Bernard Colton, Lawrence Levi, Humanist." He recently par-
N. M. Schlafer, William Wetsman and Mrs. Siegel. Mrs. Harry Becker ticipated in the meeting of the
and Mrs. Irvin Kurtz will attend as members of the national executive World Council of Churches in
board. Chapter delegates include Mesdames William Fleischman, Geneva.
Michael Travis, Saul Rose, Ralph Shroder, Reuben Axelrod, George
Must, Wilfred Katz, Earl Krause, Morton Siegel. Bernard Zaffern. Don-
ald Thal, Sol Garber, Richard Moss, Gerald Stein, Stanley Millman.
Herbert Pomerantz, Harvey Lash, Lawrence Beresh, Nathan Spector.
Green-8 Center Only!
Edward Zatkin, Ruth Lewinson, Eugene Young. Jack Rubin, Louis
Gottleib, David Redisch, Herman Berlin, Merle Berman, Leonard
Greenfield/8 Mile Rd.
Schreiber, Louis Sarko and Allen Rosenfeld.
Open Sunday 12 to S p.m.
Family and friends of Harry L. Bale of Covington Rd. will honor
him on the occasion of his 75th birthday Wednesday. Mr. Bale, born
in England, has been a resident of Detroit for more than 50 years.
He is known nationally in furniture circles as "The Senator," being
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, Sept. 16 & 17
one of the elder statesmen of the furniture business and having given
speeches before groups of manufacturers and retailers. A charter
member of the first Bnai Brith lodge in Columbus, 0., he has been
closely affiliated with many Jewish organizations and causes over the
years. On many occasions, he has spoken on behalf of different Jewish
charities. He and his wife, Minnie, have three children, Rae Adelman,
Sam and Joe; and 11 grandchildren.
MeSdames Irwiri Cohn, Bea Kalt and Adolph Lichter were hostesses
at the recent annual luncheon meeting of Sigma Alpha Mu Mothers
Alumni Group at Knollwood Country Club. Honorary President Mrs.
Daniel C. Siegel was given a surprise gift shower in honor of her many
years' service to the group. Mrs. Ernest Golumbia was elected presi-
dent, and Mesdames Ellis Thal and William P. Greenberg, vice presi-
dents; Peter Altman, treasurer; and Adolph Lichter, Mildred Lewis,
Just one front a
Albert Williams, Harry Barsky, Sidney Berke, Irwin Cohn and David
designer collection shown.
Tann, secretaries.
Dress sketched beautifully
A surprise party was held recently to celebrate the 40th birthday
knit with horizontal tucking
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of Dale Silverberg in his home at 3120 Woodstock. Out-of-town guests
choice of avocado green or

included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Opperman of Sarasota, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Seltzer of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brotherson of Champaign,
orange. Sizes 8 to 16.
' • ""'".-.
Ill., Morris Kronby of Toronto and Madeline Kronby, Canadian televi-
Reg. $50
sion actress who is known to Detroit children as Louise of CKLW's
"Chez Helene."
A cocktail luncheon in honor of their future daughter-in-law and
future son-in-law was held by Mr. and Mrs. Hyman D. Nudell of
Pembroke Ave. Some 100 guests met Lilllla sail Kahldon, daughter
of the Maurice Kahldons of Winchester Dr., Southfield, who will be
marrying J. Howard Nudell in December, and Sanford Saltsman, son
of the Harry Saltsmans of Jeanette Ave., Southfield, who will be
marrying Nancy Pearl Nudell next summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Leemon and sons Ted and Sammy of Los
Angeles, are guests of Dr. and Mrs. Seymour L. Rapp and family of
Wrexford Dr., Southfield, while they attend the bat mitzva of Sharon
Francine Rapp. Also present are Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bloch of the
Virgin Islands and Mrs. Jack Kandlis from Kansas City.'
The Max M. Fishers, of Fairway Hills Dr., Franklin, entertained
the sister of Morocco's King Hassan II. Her Royal Highness Princess
Latta Fatima Zohra, her husband, Prince Moulay Ali, and Ahmed
Benhima, Moroccan ambassador to the United Nations, aboard the
Fisher Yacht Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sussle of Desert Hot Springs, Calif., are
visiting with their son-in-law Norman Fershtman of Antago Ave.,
Livonia, for the Bar Mitzva of their grandson Howard Michael at Cong.
Shaarey Shomayim Saturday morning.
Mrs. Isaac Finkelstein, past president and charter member of
Ezra-Aid to Israel, was honored at a meeting of the organization
Monday at the home of Mrs. Celia Rosin, president. Mr. and Mrs.
Finkelstein are leaving Detroit to live in Miami Beach.



Judith Ann Leemon and Albert
Lawrence Holtz were united in
marriage recently in a ceremony
at Adas Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi
Jacob Segal and Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man I. Leemon of Fairfield Ave.
Her husband is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Holtz of W. Outer Dr.
The bride wore an Empire-style
gown of silk organza over peau de
soie with Alencon lace appliques
and an Alencon lace bertha. She
carried cymbidium orchids, Ste-
phanotis, and a Bible presented
to her by the late president of
Israel. Itzhak Ben-Zvi.
Linda Pearlman was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Judy
Pearlman, Norrine Freeman,
Pamela Berger of Arlington,
Mary Beth Monroe of Ft. Wayne,
Ind„ Ann Hamburger of Balti-
more and Heidi Ross of Ann
Steven Bolton served as best
man. Ushers were Mark and
Sheldon Leemon, brothers of the
bride; Kenneth Bolton; Melvyn
Gvazda; Herald Brundage; and
Harvey Klein.
Also in the bridal party were the
grandparents of the bride, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry J. Smolinsky and Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph R. Leemon. •
After a honeymoon at the Con-
cord, the newlyweds will reside
in Oak Park.

Bond Fete Saturday
at TowmCountry

The Town and Country Club Is-
rael Victory Pinner Dance, honor-
ing the presidents of the club, will
be held 8 p.ni:,, Saturday.
Jan and LilliaritBart will present
their version of`- l - pular musi-
cal, "Fiddler on t oof".
Captain Avner ' llliy of the Is-
raeli Army, Israel trade commis-
sioner for the Midwest, will bring
a message from Israel.
For tickets to the' affair, on be-
half of Israel Bonds, call the club,
JO 6-6333.

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Imported Knits!



(More Clubs Page 19)


CIIOLEM will hold a board meet-
ing 10:30 a.m., followed by a regu-
lar meeting at noon, Monday at the
home of Mrs. Jack Horwitz, 24350
Jerome, Oak Park.
• • •
WOMEN will hold its first fund-
raising campaign of the season, to
help retarded children of greater
Detroit, with a canister drive
Thursday in the greater Detroit
• • •
ACHIEZER will hold its annual
bowling night 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
North Lanes. Refreshments will
be served later at the home of
Mrs. M. Nadler, 18222 Kentucky.
• • •
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor. Zionist
Institute. Jenny and Sarah Bistrow
will be hostesses. Lilly Stollman
will present "news and views."

To know how to grow old is the
master work of wisdom, and one Women, will hold •a membership
of the most difficult chapters in meeting noon Wednesday at Beth
the great art of living. —Amid. Joseph Synagogue. Luncheon will
be sponsored by Mrs. Mendel
Stark, and Mrs. Esther Shoskes.
Chairman of the day is Mrs. Mor-
ris Goldberg. Social chairman Mrs.
Rose Beilewich and Mrs. Pearl
Gold are assisted by Mesdames
Molly Finkelstein, Tillie Epstein
and Molly Beigler. President Mrs.
Morris Lachover invites each mem-
ber to bring a member.
• • •
We didn't say this about the Shera-
TION will hold its installation
ton-Tel Aviv. Hundreds of visiting
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Bnai
tourists did — when polled by a lead-
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
ing Israeli newspaper!
install President Mrs. Jerome
Sheraton-Tel Aviv: enjoy its private
Schostak; vice presidents, Mes-
beach beside the Mediterranean, air-
dames Oscar Bigman, Morris Bak-
conditioned rooms, superb food,
er, Eliot Charlip, Floyd Tukel, Leo
nearby golf, spectacular entertain.
Rosen, Irving Nusbaum and Mr.
ment in the hotel's own night-
Strom; committee chair-
men, Mesdames Peter Heiman, Emergency Fund Dinner
tions at Guaranteed
A dinner for the Israel Emer-
Irving Caplan,
Rates, see your
Franklin Siden,-. Andrew Frejer, gency Fund will be held 6:30 p.m.
Travel Agent Or
at Turover Hall.
call WO 14000.
John Miriles, Simon Murciano, Ir-
Cantor ' Moses Serensen of Cong.
ving Schnipper, Martin Mattler,
David Margolin, Hymen Freedland, Beth Aaron will sing.
I. Shapiro, chairman of the
Meyer Mandelbaum, William Shule-
evening, invites friends.
vitz and Bernard Schiff.


Stay at the hotel
in a class
by itself"



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