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October 27, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-27

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June Wedding Planned
for Miss Julie Foltyn

Bnai Brith Sets $200,000 Goal
in Joint Men's, Women's Drive

A goal of $200,000 has been set
by the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Men's and Women's Councils
in their joint campaign to raise
funds necessary to maintain the
agencies and philanthropies of Bnai
Brith, locally and nationally.
Council fund-raising chairmen
George Tarnoff and Mrs. Ira Al-
bion said in a joint statement:
"Among the agencies and phil-
anthropies which Bnai Brith sup-
ports and which will continue to
benefit from the funds raised in
this campaign are the Anti-Defa-

MISS JULIE FOLTYN

Onai Orith

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Mr. and Mrs. Miklos Foltyn of
citvittes
Condon Ave. announce the engage-
ment of his daughter Julie to James
TIKVAH LODGE will hear Dr
Solomon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam- Leon Fram of Temple Israel dis
uel Solomon of Coyle Ave.
cuss "The Six-Day War—It's No
The bride-elect, who is also the Over" 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Work
daughter of the late Mrs. Maria men's Circle Center. Dr. Fram
Foltyn, is a junior at Wayne State will give his personal observations
University. Her fiance is a student of postwar Israel and the new
at Lawrence Institute of Tech- problems created by her victory.
Maurice Raznick, program chair-
nology.
man, and Abe Rapoport, president,
A June wedding is planned.
invite friends to attend. During
the musical program, Charles Ber-
Primrose Benevolent
rie will sing and play Israeli songs.
Maps Donor Luncheon
Refreshments will be served.
• • •
Mrs. Manual Neiman, president
of Primrose Benevolent Club, and
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER
her committees have made final will celebrate its 25th anniversary
plans for the 33rd with a dinner-dance 6:30 p.m. Sun-
annual donor day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
luncheon noon Friends are invited. For reserva-
Nov. 14 at the tions, call Mrs. Harry Michelson,
new Raleigh 353-9720.
• • •
House.
The main fund-
EAST SIDE CHAPTIGi will have-
raising event of a games party 1 p.m. Tuesday at
the year will fea- the home of Mrs. Philip Cohen,
ture a fashion 15120 James, Oak Park. There will
show and many be a dessert luncheon And prizes._
prizes.
For information, call - Farinie Shil-
For tickets, con- ler, DI 1-8980.
Mrs. Neiman
• • •
tact Mrs. Hyman Sweet, EL 7-
SHOLEM ALEICHMI LODGE
1790, or Mrs. Celia Kaufman, LI
will hold a Simhat Tora party 8
2-2427.
p.m. Wednesday at Turover Hail.
Walter Litt, program chairman of
the Yiddish-speaking lodge, will
introduce the singer, Louis Was-
serman, who will conduct a musical
program. The group will bid fare-
well to ex-president Philip Kaplan
and his wife, who will make their
home in Florida. Guest speakers
will be Arthur C. Schott, president
of Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council, Bernard Panush and Har-
THE NEWEST
ry Pearson, members of Bnai Brith
IN WEDDING • BAR MITZVAH
board of governors; and Alex Gott-
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
lieb, fund-rasing chairman, who
will give a report on the campaign.
• ACCESSORIES

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Catering.

The Regency has facilities for 100,
but patrons are requested to limit their guest lists
to 75 as the art of preparing and serving food graciously
is too delicate to accommodate
a greater number. -

Friday, October 27, 1967 23

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mation League, Bnai Brith Youth
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Brode of Oxley Rd., Southfield, left for
Organization, Hillel Houses, Na-
tional Jewish Hospital at Denver, New York, Philadelphia and Atlantic City, where Dr. Brode is at-
National Arthritis Hospital at Hot tending an oral surgeons' convention.
Springs, Bnai Brith Center at
Rochester, Minn., etc., and support
of all worthy causes in public and if
THE NEW
Jewish life. These agencies look
Green - 8 Center Only!
to us for their financial needs to
WI
carry on their humanitarian work. at
Greenfield - 8 Mile .Rd.
We have never failed them before
and we certainly will not now."
Open Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.
As in previous years, a culmina-
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tion theater party for Bnai Brith
fund raisers will be held for three
days in February at Masonic
Temple.

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SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Oct. 28 &- 29

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From Israel With Love'

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Crochet Knit je.'.11,4%
Dress and Coat!
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An Israeli mannequin models
a hostess gown which is one of
23 costumes designed and exe-
cuted by students of the Beth
Zeiroth Mizrachi, Jerusalem, the
first vocational high school for
girls established in IsraeL The
collection of machine hand-knits,
now touring the U.S. in showings
sponsored by the Mizrachi Wom-
en's Organization of America,
which founded the school in 1933,
attracted countrywide attention
in Israel's press following a
premiere in Tel Aviv's Sheraton
Hotel. Titled "From Israel with
Love," the fashion show reflects
the growth of Israel's knitwear
industry.

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Wool and ribbon F. -
knit edged in
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shell crochet.
Sleeveless diess
topped with i
Watching 3/4 S .
sleeve coat. WI::
Powder blue, !-1.10-
beige, 'yellow. iw
Sizes 10 to 18.

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Pioneer Women's Council
to Hear Young Attorney
Discuss Detroit Riots

Pioneer Women's Detroit Coun-
cil will hold its first cultural meet-
ing of the season 1:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the home of Mrs. Edith
Gladstone, 13303 Borgman, Hunt-
ington Woods.
Mrs. Betty Rath, vice president
of education; announced that Mrs.
Sylvia Isaacs, book review chair-
man, has arranged the topic, "De-
troit's Riots — Why? And Where
Do We Go From Here?"
Miss Quenda M. Behler, a young
attorney, will speak. A social hour
will precede the program, to which
guests are invited.

His '11' Her Fun Night
to Aid Research Institute

13301 West Eight Mile Road • 341-3333
Ask for Gary Marcus

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• • •
a ct i v i t i es i i n Society

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Breathless children will be un-
seen beneficiaries of the sixth an-
nual "His 'n' Her Fun Night"
sponsored by the Northwest De-
troit Chapter of CARIH, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver, 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
There will be prizes. For tickets,
call Mrs. Max Freedman, DI 1-
7651, or Mrs. Albert Dunn, LI 8-
7864. Proceeds will go to the free,
nonsectarian center.

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