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January 26, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-26

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22—Friday, January 26, 1968

Israeli, Soviet Jews Julie Faye Levin Plans Fashion Humorist
to Be Topic at Oneg to Wed Mr. Granader to Highlight Donor

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Fishman Heads Bond Luncheon
of Pioneer Women at Bnai David

Relating his personal experi-
ences after a 14-month stay in
Israel, which included the Six-Day
The Detroit Pioneer Women's Wasserman. Mesdames Morris L
War, Jay Masserman will be fea-
Council ',Israel 20th anniversary Schaver, Leemon and Milton
tured speaker at Pioneer Women's
luncheon will be held noon Feb. Weiss are Pioneer Women na-
oneg Shabat 1:30 p.m. Saturday
22 in the Bnai David social hall, tional board representatives.
at the Labor Zionist Institute. His
it was announced by Mrs. Sam ' There will be a prize of a $100 subject will deal with "Israeli and
Fishman, council president and Bond contributed by Mrs. Schaver. Soviet Jewry: the Upraised and
chairman of the luncheon. This will Any 1968 Israel Bond subscriber the Downtrodden."
be the Pioneer Women's annual present may win. For reservations
Masserman, a senior at Wayne
Israel Bond affair. to the luncheon, call the Pioneer
State University, spent his junior
Judith Peilin, consul of Israel Women's Office, 341-0722, or Bonds, year at the Hebrew University, spe-
in New York City, will be guest DI 1-5707.
cializing in Judaica. He hitchhiked
speaker. Baritone Mort Freeman
Eric Rosenow and his Continen- from one end of Israel to the other
an internal! )nal
talc will provide the music.
and visited the occupied areas. He
* *
folk singer. will
also organized a student tour of
present the en-
the Soviet Union, visiting Odessa,
tertainment.
Kiev, Moscow and Leningrad.
Mrs. Beilin has
A graduate of the Midrasha,
been an actress,
Masserman is a part-time teacher
producer and
in the United Hebrew Schools and
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, presi-
newscaster with
a youth leader at Adas Shalom.
dent of the League of Jewish He has been accepted by both the
the Palestine
Women's Organizations of Metro- University of Michigan and Wayne
Broadcasting Ser-
politan Detroit,
vice and served
Medical Schools.
has been appoint-
in the Hagana. It
Providing the musical portion of
ed Hen chairman
was she who an- Mrs. Fishman
the program will be Charles Berris,
nounced over Hagana Radio Haifa of the Israel
a South Macomb Community Col-
the establishment of the State of Bond Women's
lege student, who will sing and
Division, it was
Israel on May 14, 1948.
play on the guitar Hebrew, Yid-
Council Israel Bond chairman announced by
dish and English songs.
Mrs. Morris L. ----
is Mrs. Alexander Schreier, with
Chairing the afternoon's pro-
Schaver, wom-
Mrs. Jack Gasman as co-chair.
gram will be Mrs. Frank Rath,
en's division
man. Members of the Israel
chairman
of education for Detroit
chairman. Mrs.
Bond luncheon committee serv-
Council of Pioneer Women.
Mrs. Linden
Linden will lead

Mrs. Linden to Lead
Women s Army '

ing with Mrs. Fishman are Mes-
dames Norman Leemon, Abra-
ham Silbersch in, Michael Mich-
lin, Aaron Katzman and Sam

Miss La u Jinn n of Racine
to lied Gag Schneider

engagements

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planned.

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Published as a public service In cooperation
with The Advertising Council.

Violinist to Appear
for Mikva Israel

Noted Psychologist
Coming to SZ's
Woman's World

Mrs. Ralph Kline of Madison,
Wis. announces the engagement of
her daughter Lisbeth to Michael
Short. She is the daughter of the
late Mr. Kline. Mr. Short is the
son of Mrs. Louis Phillips of Avon
Rd., Oak Park, and the late Mau-
rice J. Short. Miss Kline is a senior
at the University of Wisconsin, and
her fiance is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan where he was
affiliated with Alpha Kappa Lamb-
da Fraternity. He is presently at-
tending the Wayne State University
A July wedding is planned. school of medicine and is a mem-
ber of Phi Lambda Kappa medical
fraternity. A June 23 wedding is
planned, The Jewish News regrets
the typographical error in last
week's paper.
We are quite sure that
* *
you are plagued with
Mr and Mrs. Herbert L. Harris
prejudice,
of Birchcrest Dr, announce the
misinformation,
enga gement of their daughter
revulsion,
Mary Jo to Dr, Robert R. Wolfe,
misconceptions,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
fear or doubt
Wolfe of Greenbriar Ave., Oak
about mental retardation.
Park, Miss Harris is a graduate
of the University of Cincinnati
school of education. Her fiance is
a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity and Chicago College of
Learn the truth.
Osteopathy. A July wedding is
booklet.
free
Write for a

The President's Committee
on Mental Retardation
Washington, D. C. 20201,.

Tr., Lake Orion, announces the
engagement of her daughter Julie
Faye to Daniel Granader, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Granader of
Warwick Rd., Birmingham.
Mr. Granader attends the Uni-
versity of Detroit.
A June 25 wedding is planned.

A recital by violinist Philip
the "Women's Army of Hen" vol-
Greenberg, 19, will be given at
unteers in their activities to spur
the annual banquet of the Mikva
Israel Bond sales and collections.
Israel and Women's Orthodox
Mrs. Linden served as the Israel
League, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4 at Cong.
Bond Fashion Festival chairman
Shaarey Shomayim.
in 1964.
Philip was twice invited to sit
Mrs. Linden is vice president of
the Michigan branch of the Na-
Psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott, with the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tional Women's League of the who has achieved television fame tra and has also played in the
United Synagogue of America. She in the past few months, will be orchestra of Henry Mancini.
He attended Meadowbrook
served as president of the Music presented by Shaarey Zedek Sis-
Study Club, of the Adas Shalom terhood at its "Woman's World- School of Music for two summers
on
scholarship and five summers
Sisterhood and of the Accountants 1968" conference April 2 and 3
at Olivet College's Creative Arts
Guild Auxiliary and was a member at the synagogue.
of the Metropolitan Detroit PTA
Shortly after his initial appear- Workshop.
Council and on the finance com- ance on the "Today Show" with
In Detroit he studied with Jack
mittee of the Girl Scouts of Metro- Hugh Downs and Barbara Walters, Boeson, a first violinist in the De-
politan Detroit.
Dr. Ginott accepted the invitation troit Symphony Orchestra and
She is a member of the Adas to appear at Shaarey Zedek's fund- former concertmaster of the Pon-
tiac Symhony.
Shalom board and of the youth raising affair.
Presently, Philip is a junior at
commission and is on the nursing
Author of the best-selling book
homes committee of the Jewish "Between Parent and Child," Dr. Indiana University, where he is
Family and Children's Service. Ginott is a graduate of Columbia studying with Josef Gingold.
Mrs. Linden is also on the Mayor's University and adjunct associate
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Keep Detroit Beautiful Committee university professor of the New Pinchas M. Teitz, founder and
and on the Round Table of Chris- York University graduate depart- dean of the Yeshiva of Elizabeth,
tians and Jews.
ment of psychology. He is con- N.J.

MISS RUTHANN LAUFMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Laufman of
Racine, Wis., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ruth-
ann to Gary M. Schneider, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Al Schneider of
Knob Woods Dr., Southfield.
Miss Laufman is a senior in
computer science at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin at Madison.
Her fiance received his BS degree
in chemistry at the University of
Michigan and his master degree
from the Uri •ersity of Wisconsin.
He is affiliated with Phi Kappa
Phi , honorary fraternity.

MISS JULIE LEVIN

Mrs. Sam Levin of Absequami

Alpha Nu Parents Club
to Hear U. of D. Dentists

sultant to several mental health
centers in New York, New Jersey
and Connecticut.

Another of his writings, "Group
Psychotherapy With Children"
has been translated into several
languages including Japanese.
He has conducted numerous
workshops in child psychother-
apy and parent guidance, also

group psychotherapy, in the
United States and Europe.
In 1964 and 1965, he visited
Israel where he served as United
Nations expert in child psycho-
therapy and parent guidence.
In addition to Dr. Ginott, Shar-
rey Zedek's "Woman's World" will
also feature writer-humorist Art
Buchward; artist and TV personal.
ity Connie Gordon; Brig. Gen.
S.L.A. Marshall; and couturier de-
signs. There will be a luncheon
and boutiques.
For information, call Mrs. Allan
Levin, chairman, 353-8262; Mrs.
George Lerner, vice-president of
fundraising, 862-7438; or Mrs.
Peter A. Martin, sisterhood presi-
dent, 883-2434. Mrs. Carl Bayer is
chairman of boutiques.

Hillel Day PTO
to Hold Square Dance

The Parent Teachers Organiza-
tion of the Hillel Day School will
sponsor its 5th annual square
dance, 8 p.m. Feb. 3, at Cong.
Adas Shalom. A midnight supper
will follow.
Jim Shultheis will be the dance
caller.
Mrs. Abraham Pasternak is
dance chairman. There will be a
nominal admission charge. For in-
formation, call Mrs. Franklin

Alpha Nu Parents Club of Alpha
Omega Fraternity, will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday, at Howard John-
son's Restaurant on 10 Mile Rd.
Guest speakers will be three mem-
bers of the faculty of the Univer-
sity of Detroit Dental school. Re-
freshments will be sehred.. • ' . Sc;def, UN'44427.. ". •. ' ' •

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MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestral

Judith Keith, former actress and
newspaperwoman, will entertain at
Adas Shalom Sisterhood's donor
luncheon noon Feb. 7 in the Syna-
gogue social hall.
In "I Haven't a Thing to Wear,"
Mica Keith, fashion humorist,
spoofs the accepted and creates
the unexpected
with a little im-
agination, dash
and fashion
awareness.
A public rela-
tions consultant
and editor, Miss
Keith is the au-
thor of a soon-
to-be published
fashion book. She
Miss Keith
appears before
more than 200 audiences each
year and is listed in the "Who's
Who in American Women." In
1966, she opened the fall lecture
sries of the Eastman Kodak Co.,
the first woman to be invited to

open the series since Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt.

The donor luncheon, Adas Sha-
lom Sisterhood's only fund-raising
event of the season, will be cli-
maxed by the presentation of two
grand prizes. For tickets, call the
synagogue office, UN 4-7474.

Larry Freedman

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