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October 27, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-27

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20—Friday, October 27, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sponsor Luncheon Nets $50,000 in Sales

At the Israel Bond dessert luncheon for sponsors, builders and
trustees of Israel hosted by Mrs. Sidney Ravin at her home in
Brookslane, Southfield, which resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions
totaling $50,000, are (from left) Mesdames Joseph Iloltzman, Sidney
Schwartz, Rachel Kurtzman, Col. Stella Levy, commander of the
Israel Women's Army, the guest speaker; Emma Sch aver, chairman
of the Detroit Israel Bond Women's Division; and Mrs. Philip Slomo-
vitz. Mrs. Schwartz was chairman of the day. Col. Levy pinned the
women who earned sponsor pins. The luncheon was in advance of
the dinner honoring Mrs. Schaver.

U of Toledo's Fine Arts Director,
Dr. Boris Nelson toAddress Forum

Dr. Boris E. Nelson, director of
the division of fine arts at the Uni-
versity of Toledo, will speak at
the second fall forum meeting of
the Women's Division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Fed-
eration. 12:30
p.m., Wednesday,
at the Jewish
Center.
Dr. Nelson will
talk on the cur-
rent picture in
Israel and the
present emer-
gency. Ile will
stress the impor-
tance of the in- Dr. Nelson
terdependent relationship of the
Israelis and Americans in Jewish
survival.
Dr. Nelson, a graduate of Heidel-
berg and Goettingen Universities
in Germany, witnessed the birth
of Nazism and was in a unique
position to study its development
and downfall.
As chairman of the music de-
partment at the University of To-
ledo, Dr. Nelson has achieved wide
prominence in academic circles.
Ile is a Life-Fellow of the Inter-
national Institute of Arts and Let-
ters, and has headed the fine arts

department of the University of
Massachusetts and served as a
visiting professor at Colorado Col-
lege, Colby College and Hampton
Institute.
The Fall Forum theme is "Focus
on Survival."
Mrs. Max Lapides is chairman
of the day with Mrs. Norman D.
Katz as chairman of the three-
session forum.

Fall Program to Start
for Brides and Grooms

The Jewish Institute for Brides
and Grooms announces its second
annual fall series of lectures, start-
ing 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Bnai David.
The Institute sponsors a biannual
series of lectures on topics of spe-
cial interest and concern to today's
engaged couple. The subject Tues-
day will be "Strains and Stresses
on the Modern Marriage" by Mrs.
Margaret Weiner, a social worker,
and Rabbi Samuel Prem.
On Nov. 7, Rabbi Y. M. Kagan
will speak on "The Partnership of
Marriage."
On Nov. 14, the topic "Marriage,
Sex and Judaism" will be discuss-
ed by gynecologist Dr. A. Freier
and by Rabbi James Gordon.
Hadassah Rummage Sale
"Marriage in '67" will be dis-
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah will cussed Nov. 21 by psychiatrist Dr.
hold its fund-raising rummage Larry Berkower, Rabbi Jacob
sale, featuring everything from Kranz, George Gelberman and Es-
evening gowns to antiques and telle Gelberman.
utensils, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Admission is free. The institute
Nov. 7-9 at the American Legion invites all engaged couples to par-
Post hall, 1741 Livernois, Ferndale. , ticipate.

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World's Prettiest Army Sends Andrea Olstein to Wed
MartinAaronTuchman
Greetings With Its Commander

By CHARLOTTE DUBIN
While in both compulsory service
The world has learned much and regular army the girls are
allowed
to marry.
from the Six-Day War, including
the fact that the prettiest para-
Col. Levy has visited A f ri c a
chute packers of any army are in twice, once at the invitation of the
Israel.
Kenya government to study the
Much of the thanks for that possibility of establishing a
achievement must certainly go to woman's service there.
I the commander of Israel's "charm
Israel still remains the only
corps," Col. Stella Levy, who democratic country in the world
brought greetings to Detroit this with comp u l s o r y service for
week from her "girls," the Wom- women.
en's Army of Israel.
But girls will be girls. In re-
(It is no accident that CHEN, sponse to their complaints, Col. I
abbreviated from Chayl Nashim, Levy approved recently the short- I
W o m en ' s Army, also means ening of uniform skirts. Not mini, ;
"charm" in Hebrew.)
but mid-knee.
Col. Levy, at age 43 still a trim
MISS ANDREA OLSTEIN
size 8. is under a basic-training-
type schedule on her visit to the
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olstein of
United States. Before coming to
Blackstone Ave., Oak Park, an-
Detroit to address Israel Bond
nounce the engagement of their
sponsors, builders and trustees of
Three free trips will be samples daughter Andrea Irene to Martin
the women's division, she spoke in
Aaron
Tuchman, son of Mr. and
of prizes to be given at the donor
six cities; another 20 lay ahead.
luncheon of the Department of Mrs . Joseph Tuchman of Kenosha
But to a veteran of four wars
Ave., Oak Park.
— World War II, Israel's War Michigan Jewish War Veterans la-
Miss Olstein attends the college
of Independence, the Sinai Cam- dies Auxiliary noon Nov. 15 at of education at Wayne States Uni-
paign and the Six-Day War — the new Raleigh House in South- versity. Mr. Tuchman is a graduate
campaigns of a peaceful nature
field.
of the WSU college of business ad-
are a refreshing interlude.
Michigan's 12 JWCA auxiliaries ministration.
Elected one of the five most pop-
A June 16 wedding is planned.
are participating in this sole fund-
ular women in Israel in a recent
rasing event of the year, according
magazine poll, Col. Levy is ready
On Halloween some 3.500,000
to Mrs. Irving Silk, donor chair-
to verbally fight anyone suggesting
man and Mrs. William Greenberg, I American boys and girls will be-
that army service defeminizes.
come good will ambassadors when
department president,
Citing her experience in the
A fashion showing will be nar- they trick or treat for UNICEF
Ilagana, the British Army and now
rated by TV personality Jackie and save other children's lives.
the CHEN Corps, Col. Levy con-
Crampton.
siders the sight of women in uni-
YOUR CANDID
Proceeds will help support such
form "a part of nature in Israel
JWVA projects as: aid to the Tel
. . . I've seen much — too much—
Hashorner Hospital in Israel; serv-
war, and I've seen the women un-
ice to all local and overseas US0s;
dergo the same deprivations, the
WILL BE
same dangers as men. They spur regular service to the Juvenile De-
tention
Home, the D.J. Healy Chil-
their men to battle."
Although they were not allowed dren's Home and the Lapeer State
in the front lines during the Six- Home; service to all Michigan Vet-
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
Day War, the women served with eran's Administration Hospital; aid
BY BERNARD H.
the men in their units right behind to the families and survivors of
veterans;
and
support
of
a
scholar-
the lines while the reserves helped
ship program.
in hospitals and with other duties.
For tickets, call the Jewish War
"Some sneaked into the front
Veterans' office, 342-8161,
lines." but there were no casual.
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ties. They were reprimanded, "but
how can you blame them — it was
very tense with all the waiting and
THE NEW SOUNDS OF ...
watching."
"Stella" — as she is known to
her soldiers — is one of Israel's
eldest in years of army serv-
ice and the only woman colonel,
but "we are very informal in our
units. Our officers and command.
Big Sound Recording Artists
ers must be able to say 'Follow
me!' We must be ready to go
545-2737
547-0896
through the same ordeals as our
soldiers. Of course, when they
must, they call me Col. Levy."
In basic training, the girls are
taught the use of arms for self
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defense, but after the five-week
period, they are assigned to vari-
ous units doing administrative
work , parachute packing, com-
munication, nursing. Some 160
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girls who teach in settlements and
help illiterates learn to read are
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Married to a civil engineer (they •

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