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January 19, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-19

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Linda G. Kahldon Bride '
of Mr.J.HowardNudell

MRS. J. HOWARD NUDELL

In a can :Might ceremony in
Bnai David Synagogue, Linda Gail
Kahldon became the bride of J. I
Howard Nudell. The couple's par-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Kahldon of Winchester Dr., South-
field, and Mr. and Mrs. Hyman D.
Nudell of Pembroke Ave. Officiat-
ing were Rabbi Hayim Donin and
Cantor Hyman Adler.
The bride wore a gown of silver
lame with a rounded neckline, Em-
pire bodice and detachable chapel
train. The elbow-length sleeves
were trimmed in white mink. The
veil attached to a mink pillbox was
of shoulder-length, four-tiered silk
illusion. She carried a cascade of
Phalaenopsis and Stephanotis.
Mrs. Melvin Kahldon was ma-
tron of holm and Nancy Pearl

omen's

MAIMONIDES MEDICAL SO-
CIETY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
will hold a luncheon meeting noon
Tuesday at Greenfield's Restau-
rant in Birmingham. Mrs. Norman
R. Schakne, president, announces
that the invocation will be present-
ed by Mrs. I. Walter Silver, past
president. A talk on art will be pre-
sented by Eugene Ivan Schuster,
director of the London Arts Group.
• • •
DETROIT JUNIOR CHAPTER,
C kRIH, will meet at the home of
Mrs. Milford Nemer, 23090 Laurel
Valley, Southfield, 12:30 Wednes-
day. The program for the after-
noon will be an informal talk given
Mae Levine, interior designer. For
information, call Mrs. Howard
Danzig, 353-2339.
* •
BETH AARON SISTERHOOD
will hold its paid-up membership
luncheon noon Monday, in the
synagogue social hall. The pro-
:gram following the luncheon will
feature a play, "Something Is
Missing," directed by Mrs. Albert
Kaplan. Mrs. Paul Masserman,
vice-president of membership, will
be chairman of the day.
*

YOUNG WOMEN'S B I CU R
CHOLEM ORGANIZATION will
hold a board meeting at noon Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Simon
Shifman, 25883 Greenfield, South-
field. Plans for the forthcoming
donor will be discussed.

Nudell maid of honor. Brides-
NORTHEAST CHAPTER. Wo-
maids were Laurie Kosins, Mar- men's American ORT, will hear
sha Albert, Kay Barris, Joanne Prof. William White, chairman of
Elk and Mrs. David Cohen.
the American studies program and

Melvin Kahldon was best man.
David Coll ‘.1. Fred Fisher, San-
ford Saltsman. Robert Niewenske
and Dr. Walter Coleman were
ushers.
Also in the bridal party were
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel P. Goldstein.
Following a Las Vegas, Hawaii
and San Francisco honeymoon, the !
couple will live in Oak Park.

Mrs. Orbach to Direct

`Rose Tattoo' at Center
Center Theater's next major pro-

duction will be Tennessee Wil-
liams' "The Rose Tattoo," opening
Feb. 17 at the Jewish Center.
Directing the play is Evelyn

Orbach, program associate in
charge of radio and television for
the Jewish Community Council.

Mrs. Orbach, wife of Cantor
Harold Orbach of Temple Israel,
began her theat-
rical career in
New York as an
actress on the

stage and in na-
tional radio a n d
television. She
has soloed in
characterizations
of Jewish literary
figures through-
out the South-
western and more Mrs. Orbach
recently the Midwestern states.
Her directing credits include
such plays as "The Last Angry
Man," "The World of Sholom
Aleichem," "A Streetcar Named
Desire," "The Wall" and "A Ma-
jority of One." For the Detroit
Opera Theater, she directed Mo-
zart's "The Impressario" as well as
many other operas.

"The Rose Tattoo" will be pre-
sented at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 17, 21 and
24; 7:30 Feb. 18 and 25. For infor-
mation of theater parties or tickets,
call the Center, DI. 1-4200.

Radomer Dinner Set
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold a full-course dinner 7:30
p.m. Jan. 30 at the Workmen's
Circle Center. The evening will be
highlighted with entertainment and
games. Guests are invited. Pro-
ceeds go to charity. For informa-
tion and reservations, call Mrs.
Bessie Adler, DI 1-5526, or Mrs.
Esther Wolok, LI 7-8290.

teacher of journalism at Wayne
State University, 12:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Milton J.
Miller, 17580 Fairway. Mrs. Harvey
Berman, vice president of pro-
gram, announces that Prof. White
will discuss "How Dirty Are Dirty
Books?" Mrs. Ralph Shroder will
display a number of items from
Northeast Chapter's S witching
Post.
▪ • •
SOUTHWOODS CHAPTER, Wo-
mens' American ORT, will meet
12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. Robert Rosebush, 28245 Tavi-
stock. Southfield. Mrs. Hershal
Sandberg, program vice president,
has planned to have Dr. Henry
Krystal, clinical associate profes-
sor of psychiatry at Wayne State
University's college of medicine,
as guest speaker. "The Changing
Perspective of Work in our So-
ciety" is his topic. Guests are
welcome.
• • •
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT GROUP,
Hadassah, will hold a theater party
for the film "Guess Who's Coming
to Dinner?" 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at the
Mercury Theater. Friends are wel-
come. For reservations, call Arlene
Levinson, 543-3160.
• • •
CIIANA CZENESH CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Al Michaels, executive di-
rector of Histadrut, will discuss
Histadrut work in Israel. Refresh-
ments will be served.
• • •
NORTHWEST NSHEI .HABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Eric Greenbaum, 17654 Ohio.
Speaker will be Rabbi Greenbaum.
• • *
BETH ABRAHAM SISTERHOOD
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
synagogue. Participating in Mrs.
Israel Halpern's pr o g r a m are
Mesdames Leonard Green. Harold
Fishman. Murray Statfield and
Norman Golden. Refreshments will
be served. Guests are welcome.
• • •
PRIMROSE BENEVOLENT
CLUB will hold its annual anniver-
sary dinner 6 p.m. Sunday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. A candle-
lighting ceremony will highlight
the program. Friends are invited.
For reservations, call Mrs. Jack
Shapiro, LI 1-4217.

Cluh•

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 19, 1968-23

activities

Woman's Auxiliary of the United
Hebrew Schools will present a dis-
cussion of Chaim Potok's "The
Chosen" noon Wednesday at the
Esther Berman
Building. Mrs.
Harry Oberstein
will review the
book and lead
the discussion.
Mrs. Gertrude
Hyams, member-
ship vice presi-
dent, invites new 's
members. Petite
luncheon will be
served. For in- Mrs. Oberstein
formation on the Woman's Auxi-
iary funds that are available, con-
tact Mrs. Morris Averbuch, 356-
0196, (Library Fund), or Mrs.
Meyer Charlip, UN 2-8239 (Sarah
Roberts Camp Fund and the Bessie
Cohen Teacher Training Fund).
* * •
CITY OF HOPE CANCER FIGHT-
ERS will hold a board meeting noon
Monday at Bnai David Synagogue.
Mrs. Lawrence Benderoff, vice
president of ad journal, officially
opened the fund-raising project at
a kick-off luncheon Jan. 10.
• •
KINNERET CHAPTER. Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. Frances Driker will present
"news and views." Hostesses are
Lena Braver and Fay Mandell .
Guests are invited.
• • *
DAVID HORODOKER WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION will meet 2 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. M.
Stein, 25697 Briar, Oak Park.
O 0 *
UPPER NORTHWEST NSHEI
HABAD STUDY GROUP will meet
3 p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mrs. Chana Fishman, 19191 Lesure.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi Beret
Shemtov.
• *
NEW STUDY CLUB will hold a
meeting and dessert luncheon 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of i
Goldie Schwartz, 19162 St. Marys.

DIMONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Henry
Faigin, 19145 Coyle. Dr. Reuben
Merritt will speak on "Black Jews
in America." Friends are welcome.
• *
DP 'HOIT 41, United Order True
Sisters, will meet noon Tuesday at
Northland Center Auditorium.
Guests are welcome for luncheon
and program. Dr. Jerome P. Horo-
witz, director of the division of
chemistry, Michigan Cancer Foun-
dation, will speak on chemotherapy
in cancer research. Mrs. Abraham
Miller is program chairman.

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