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February 02, 1968 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-02

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18—Friday, February 2, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

League of Women's Organizations
to Recall 'Cycles of Progress' in Event

The 40th year of League of Jewish Women's Organizations in
Detroit will be observed at an anniversary program, "The Cycle
of Progress." 12:15 p.m. Feb. 12 at Cong. Bnai David. Principal
planners include (from left) Mesdames James Goodfriend, Oscar
Bank, Julius Meskin, vice president and program chairman, and
J. Stewart Linden, president.

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The League of Jewish Women's
Organizations celebrates its 40th
k en at sh ad 1 .,(1 ,zeeic k
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anniversary Feb. 12 with a pro.: ''
gram, "The Cycle of Progress.
12:15 p.m. at Bnai David Syna-
gogue.
Beginning with four organiza-
tions whose goal it was to serve
the needy, help newly arrived
Americans and care for the very
young and the aged, its growth re-
flected the growth of Detroit, and
the names of women who have
given their time, their substance
and their creativity reads like a
Who's Who of Detroit.
Seventy-four organizations com-
pose this network of service.
reaching into every facet of com-
munity life. It covers such diverse
activities as remedial instruction
to aid schools in the disadvantaged
sections; education in inter-faith
nrograms like the Detroit Round
Table of Catholics, Protestants and
MRS. RONALD WAGNER
Jews; the March of Dimes: aid to
the mentally disturbed upon re-
Ava Lepofsky and Ronald Joel
lease from hospitals; many pro- Wagner were united in marriag
grams of rehabilitation for youth. recently at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
and help to veterans and hospitals. Rabbi Irwin Groner and Cantor
Jacob H. Sonenklar officiated.
Not only the United Com-
munity Services, but neighboring
The couple's parents are Mr.
cities have come to the league
and Mrs. Norman B. Lepofsky of
for help in organizing varying
Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park, and
service and cultural groups to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wagner of
avoid duplication and give the Allor Ave., Huntington Woods.
maximum help in the speediest
The bride wore a peau de sole
way. This complex is under the
Empire, A-line gown with Vene-
presidency of Mrs. J. Stewart tian lace on the bodice, skirt, oval
Linden. All of the women, what- neckline, long sleeves and detach-
ever post they hold, are past
able train. tier headpiece was a
presidents of affiliated organiza-
matching Dior bow of Venetian
tions.
lace applique with a boufant bubble
Member organizations will have veil. She carried gardenias and
exhibits of their projects, and a ro=es.
nanel of judges will award prizes
Andrea Wagner, sister of the
at the "Cycle of Progress" pro- bridegroom, was maid of honor.
•ram.
Bridesmaids were Ellen Fine and
Four members will give brief Anita Alexander. George Nyman
highlights of the service initiated was best man. Ushers were Jef-
and developed in each decade. frey Jacobs and Barry Waldman.
They are Mesdames Nathan Spe-
Following an Eastern honey-
‘ akov, 1927-37; Carl Schiller, 1937- moon, the couple will live in Oak
47; David Kliger, 1947-57; and Park.
Philip Fealk, 1957-67.
Mrs. Julius Meskin is in charge
of the program. Each decade will Dr. Ginott to Lecture
,e illustrated with tableaux, made at Town Hall Wednesday
. - p of members at large.
Dr. Haim Ginott, author of the

No. 1 best-seller "Between Parent
and Child," will be the speaker at
Akiva Hebrew Day School Par- Detroit Town Hall 11 a.m., Wednes-
day
in Fisher Theater.
ent-Teacher Association will meet
Dr. Ginott, who is a child psy-
t-,:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at the school.
There will be a discussion on how chologist on the staff of New York
to transfer a healthy attitude of sex University, has won wide attention
knowledge to children. A film will for his practical approach to deal-
be shown. A social hour will fol- ing with children, their parents and
low. Guests invited. teachers.

Akiva PTA to Meet

Mrs. David Golovensky, I
National Mizrachi
Leader, to Address Units

Mrs. David I. Golovensky will be
guest speaker at a luncheon spon-
sored by Batya, Fanny Gluck and
Sisters of Zion chapters of Miz-
rachi Women and by Northwest
Child Rescue Women 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong. Beth Tefilo
Emanuel Tikva.
Mrs. Goloven-
sky, of New Ro-
chelle, N.Y., is a
member of the
national board of
the Mizrachi
Women's Organi-
zation of Amer-
ica. She will
speak on "The
Importance o
Mizrachi."
Wife of Dr.
David I. Goloven.
Golovensky
sky, spiritual
leader of the Beth El Synagogue
of New Rochelle, she has acco m-
panied her husband on many of
his official trips to Europe, sur-
veying conditions among Europe's
Jews in Western Europe and in
the Soviet Union.
As a member of the policy-
making national board of her
organization she has helped to
guide the social service, voca-
tional education and Youth
Aliya programs operated by
Mizrachi Women in an extensive
network of children's villages,
schools and settlement houses
in Israel.
Mrs. Golovensky has served in
numerous leadership posts, includ-
ing that of national convention
program coordinator at the 40th'
annual convention of Mizrachi
Women.
Born in New York City, Mrs.
Golovensky was educated at Colum-
bia University, where she majored
in psychology.

School PTAs Meet
Pola Silverman to Wed Day
The 19th biennial national con-
vention
of the National Association
Dr. Friedman May 12 of Hebrew
Day Schools PTAs win

be held in Washington, Feb. 18
through 20, at the Hilton Hotel, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Mrs. Henry C. Rhein, national
president.

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MISS POLA SILVERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Max Silverman of
Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Pola Ruth to Dr. Howard
Friedman, son of Dr. and Mrs.
David Friedman of Strathcona Dr.
The bride-elect attended the uni-
versity of Michigan and Wayne
State University. She was a mem-
ber of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Her fiance attended the U. of M.
medical school and is a resident
in psychiatry at Sinai Hospital.
A May 12 wedding is planned.

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Eli Lipsker to Sing
for Nshei Habad

Eli Lipsker Hasidic folk singer,
musician and recording artist, will
appear at the Nshei Habad Study
Grottos 10th anniversary celebra-
tion Feb. 13, 8:30 p.m. at Cong.
Mishkan Israel.
Lipsker, born in Russia, later
moved to Israel, where he attend-
ed the Lubavitcher Yeshiva in
Kfar Habad. At
18 he came to
3rooklyn, where
m developed his
musical talent.
He is presently
'eatured on the
Hasidic records
of Habad, Bobov I
and Modit z.
- .:11 oral director
:or many yeshi-
Lipsker v ot and day
schools in the New York area, and
most notably for the Pirchei rec- '
ords, he may be heard on The
Lubavitch Jewish Hour over radio
st lion WKNR 8 a.m. Sunday.
Guest speaker at the affair,'
which includes petite supper, will
be snace scientist Dr. Vel vi Green.
The three Nshei Habad Study
Groups, sponsored by the Luba-
v itch Women's Organization,
have a combined membership of
more than 200 women.
For reservations call Mrs. I.
Silver, 549-8127.

LORD SIEFF of Brimpton was
the guest of honor at a cocktail
party held under the auspices of
the American Section of the World
Jewish Congress, in New York,
Jan. 17. Dr. Joachim Prinz, chair-
man of the governing council of
the World Jewish Congress, pre-
sided. Israel Sieff came to New
York from Montreal where he at-
tended the convention of Hadassah-
Wizo and presented the Rebecca
Sieff Award for Distinguished Serv-
ice to the Jewish People (named
for his late wife) to Samuel Bronf-
man, chairman of the board of
governors of the Canadian Jewish
Congress, chairman of the North
American Executive of Congress
and, with Lord Sieff, a vice presi-
dent of Congress.

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