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November 17, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-17

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Schlussel-Niskar Rites

Planned for March 3

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Society

The Bodzin Family Club will meet Sunday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blitz, 17180 Greenlawn.. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Bodzin (the former Bunny Zager) and son Mark Charles will be
visiting from Los Angeles.
Dr. M. W. Ettinger of Norwood Rd., Oak Park, attended the 72nd
annual convention and scientific seminar of the American Osteopathic
Association in San Francisco.
The sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, Beta Lamda Chapter,
held a fund raising in the State Hall lobby of Wayne State University,
Tuesday to purchase gifts for U. S. servicemen in Vietnam.
Allan J. Roth of Church Rd., Oak Park, has just returned from
a 16-day visit to Japan and Taiwan.

'Goat's Tale' to Be Told at Donor Event

MISS NANCY SCHLUSSEL

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schlussel of
Elm St., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter Nan-
cy Beth to Howard Stanley Niskar,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nis-
kar of Greenview Rd., Southfield.
A March 3 wedding is planned.

Shetzer-Frankel how's
to Be Solemnized April 6

MISS JUDITH SHETZER

At a recent family dinner party,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shetzer of
Woodingham Dr. announced the
engagement of their daughter
Judith Lynn to Stanley D. Frankel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fran-
kel of Greenfield Rd., Oak Park.
An April 6 wedding is planned.

The Piccolo Opera Company, di-
rected by Marjorie Gordon, will
present "A Goat's Tale" for the
46th annual affair of the Woman's
Auxiliary, United Hebrew Schools,
1 p.m. Nov. 29 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. A light luncheon will be
served at noon.
Mrs. George Gantz, president,
said the operetta will feature Can-
tor Harold Orbach of Temple Is-
rael, Evelyn Orbach, Leslie Eitzen,
Raymond Sharp and Bernard Katz
at the piano.
Mrs. Mitchell Feldman, chairman
of the ways and means committee,
has arranged a luncheon rally to
be held noon Monday at the Esther
Berman Building.
Mrs. Erwin Friedman, social
chairman, and her committee will
serve. Rabbi -Moses Lehrman of
Cong. Bnai Moshe will address
the auxiliary, which grants scholar-
ships for merit to UHS students
for study in Israel, for attendance
to Hebrew-speaking camps and for
teacher training. In addition, a
major contribution is made to the
Hebrew school library.
For tickets, call chairman Mrs.
Jacob Axelrod, UN 4-9174, or co-
chairman, Mrs. Irving Solomon,
UN 4-8281.

Eileen Tlumak to Mez rty
Mr. Miller on March 16

Maynard Klein will conduct the
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ARTS CHORALE with the Scandi-
navian Symphony in its opening
concert 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Scottish Rite Cathedral of the Ma-

sonic Temple. Refreshments and
dancing in the Crystal Ballroom
will follow. Tickets are available
at the four Hudson stores and at
Grinnell's, as well as the box of-
fice on the night of the concert.

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Cantor Harold Orbach plays
Yankel, the bridegroom, and Mrs.
Orbach plays the goat in Piccolo
Opera Company's presentation of
"A Goat's Tale," noon Nov. 29
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. The folk
operetta will be sponsored by the
Woman's Auxiliary of the United
Hebrew Schools.

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Judith Lane Engaged
to Bradford G. Olson

Bride-Groom Talks
to Close with Panel

The last session of the fall pro-
gram of the Jewish Institute for
Brides and Grooms will be in the
form of a panel discussion, "Mar-
riage in '67" 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Cong. Bnai David. Panelists,
who will give their views on what
makes a marriage successful are
Rabbi Jacob N. Kranz, Dr. Lary
Berkower and Estelle and George
Gelberman. Rabbi Kranz is leader
of Cong. Mishkan Israel and Dr.
Berkower is a psychiatrist at the
Detroit Psychiatric Institute.
All engaged couples are invited.
A social hour will follow.

Friday, November 17, 1967-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Juliet Charge
Security Charge
Michigan Bankard

Origin of fur:
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MISS JUDITH LANE

MISS EILEEN TLUMAK

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Tlumak of
Briar Dr., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Eileen to Stephen L. Miller, son
of Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Ancell of
Wisconsin Ave.
A March 16 wedding is planned.

JNF Women Map Donor Drive Opener

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Lane of
Parkwood Ave., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Judith Corinne to Brad-
ford Gary Olson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Olson of Steel Ave.
Miss Lane attended Ohio Uni-
versity, where she was affiliated
with Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority
and is presently a student at Wayne
State University. Mr. Olson, a
teaching fellow at the University
of Michigan, is a graduate of
Wayne State, where he was affiliat-
ed with Alpha Chi Sigma Frater-
nity.

A poor and lowly man who gives
nothing to charity is preferable to
a rich haughty man who gives- to
charity.

When the Women's Auxiliary of the Jewish National Fund
opens its annual donor drive 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Bnai

Moshe, these women will be the prime movers behind the fund-
raising efforts (from left): Mesdames Larry Chanin, fund-raising
chairman; William Levin, president; Pearl Nosan, program chair-
man; Jules Kraft, chairman of the board; Charles Friedenberg, co-
donor chairman; and Sidney Schwartz, at whose home the pre-
kickoff champagne luncheon was held. Speaker at the donor drive
kick-off will be Avis Shulman of New York City, speaker for the
Jewish National Fund. Petite luncheon will be served, and there
will be a dramatic presentation of "Ages of Woman" featuring
Evelyn Orbach and Joyce Feuring. Guests are invited.

BY

HATTIE

SCHWARTZ .

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