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February 23, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, February 23, 1968

'Come to Cabaret' Theme Song
of Southfield Hadassah March 13

"Come to the Cabaret" is the .
theme of Southfield Hadassah's an-
nual fund-raising event of the sea-1
son, to be held 7 p.m. March 13 at
the Raleigh House.
The evening will feature a cock-
tail hour, full-course dinner, stroll-
ing musician, casino and prizes.
Co-ordinating and planning the
"Cabaret," is Mrs. Sheldon Plotnik,
assisted by co-chairman Mrs. Jack
Mayer. Gifts chairmen are, Mrs.
Jerome Logan and Mrs. Charles
Goodman. A diamond dome ring
is among the prizes.
Games arrangements are being
made by Mrs. Bradford J. Jacobs,
and decor for the affair will be
under the direction of Mrs. Norman
Feder and Mrs. Donald Kapetansky.
Mrs. Lawrence S t r age r, vice
president of fund-raising, advises

Linda Paster Engaged
to Ohioan Jeffrey Ross

MISS LINDA PASTER

Mr. and Mrs. Merny L. Paster
of Southfield Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Linda Estelle to Jeffrey
Howard Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Ross of University
Heights.
The bride-to-be is a junior at
Eastern Michigan University's col-
lege of education. The prospective
bridegroom is a graduate of Kent
State University.
- A June wedding is planned.

Jane Johnson Marries Vietnam, U.S. Role
Topic of AJCongress;
Dr. Stuart L. Brodsky

Ethridge to Speak

Mark Ethridge Jr., editor of the
Detroit Free Press, will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the com-
bined chapters of Women's Divi-
sion, American Jewish Congress,
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the South-
field Civic Center, Parks and Rec-
reation Building. His subject will
be Vietnam and the U.S. involve-
ment there.
Ethridge, who recently returned
froth nine weeks in Vietnam, will
discuss his experiences and con-

that proceeds will be utilized for
Youth Aliya.
Other committee members in-
clude Mesdames Stanley Aaron,
Ralph Bensman, Joseph Bittker,
Herbert Goldman, Milton Jacobs,
Eugene Kahn, Bernard Klein, Sam
Offen, Charles Randolph, Seymour
Ross, Morris S h a c k e t, Henry
Schleider, Alfred Stein, Arthur
Solomon, Norman Ziegelman and
Warren Zweigel.
President Mrs. E. Newton Rot-
tenberk invites members to bring
their husbands and friends. For
reservations cal Mrs. Jack Mayer,
357-1148.

THE FRENCH NATIONAL
DANCE COMPANY, premiering
at Masonic Auditorium March 8,
is made up of 24 spirited young
men and women. Their show is
superbly coordinated. There are
Basque country dances, regional
dances with bottles and swords,
dances around lighted candles,
comic dances, folk reels — the
variety is endless.

clusions with regard to this coun-
try's role and projected future in
Vietnam.
The meeting is under the spon-
sorship of Emma Lazarus Chapter,
whose president is Mrs. Isadore
AWN
Jackel. Mrs. Aaron Shifman is
MRS. STUART BRODSKY
president of the Detroit Women's
Division.
Jane Ruth Johnson and Dr.
To Name Trip Winner
Coffee will be served. Guests are
Stuart L. Brodsky exchanged vows
welcome.
at PTA Purim Dinner
recently at Temple IsraeL Rabbis
The winner of a round-trip ticket Jacob E. Segal and M. Robert
UNICEF has provided enough
to Israel by jet will be announced Syme and Cantors Nicholas victims saved from blindness by
at the fourth annual Purim dinner Fenakel and Harold Orbach of- every person in the world today.

of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah PTA
6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Southfield
school building.
Mrs. Joseph Hendler, dinner
chairman, is assisted by Mesdames
Hillel Abrams, Leib Bakst, Ruben
Grevnin and Abraham Zentman
and Messrs. Louis Penfil and Mar-
vin Seligson.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
David M. Lieberman, principal of
the Ida Crown Jewish Academy
Girls' High School of Chicago. The
boys' choir of Beth Yehudah
Schools, directed by Rabbi Chaim
Schloss, will provide the entertain-
ment.
For prize information, call the
school office, 353-6750; for dinner
reservations, call Mrs. Joseph
Hendler, UN 3-7835.

Mrs. Fenton on Board
of Shapero School

Workmen's Circle
Plans Pre-Purim Ball

Mrs. Meryl Fenton has been ap-
pointed to fill a vacancy on Sinai
Hospital's Shapero School of Nurs-
ing board of trustees. An active
Red Cross volunteer, she has been
associated with the Shapero School
for several years.
Mrs. Fenton is a member of the
National Council for Jewish Worn,-
en, Hadassah, Bnai Brith, Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital of Denver, the United
Nations Association of America,
auxiliary to the American College
of Allergists, ORT and Project
Hope. Her appointment is for a
one-year term.

Branch 227 of the Workmen's
Circle will stage a pre-Purim ball 8
p.m. March 2, at the Workmen's
Circle Center.
Charles Weiner's Orchestra will
play modern and folk numbers for
dancing. A star show and Purim
"Spiel" is being planned. Buffet
will be prepared. Nominal charge.
For reservations call the office,
537-5440.

The Greater Detroit Chapter for
Project HOPE surpassed its fund-
raising goal in 1967 for the fourth
consecutive year. A 1967 total of
$307,437.72 was announced by Her-
man P. Sattler, chapter chairman,
and Jack M. Cudlip, 1967 campaign
chairman, at a HOPE board of di-
rectors meeting in the Statler Hil-
ton Hotel.

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The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Burton Johnson of Phila-
delphia and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
N. Brodsky of Canterbury Rd.
The bride wore a peau de soie
Empire, A-line gown with venice
lace and seed pearls on the bodice
and hemline. Her headpiece, a
matching Dior seed-pearl crown,
held her shoulder-length bouffant
veil. She carried lilies of the
valley, and baby's breath.
Suzanne Goldman, sister of the
bridegroom, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Sharen Pavey
of Philadelphia, and Ruthan Brod-
sky. The flower girl was Sheilah
Brodsky.
Bernard Brodsky was best man.
Ushers were Dr. Robert Madigan,
Martin Robert Goldman and Dr.
David M. Friedman.
After a honeymoon in the
Caribbean Islands, the couple will
reside in Detroit.

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Hadassah's President
Hurt in Bus Mishap

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Mrs. Mor-
timer Jacobson, president of Hadas-
sah, injured in a bus accident Mon-
day night near Tel Aviv, was im-
mediately taken to Hadassah Hos-
pital here where she is being treat-
ed for a broken collarbone.
Mrs. Jacobson, reportedly the
only person injured, hit a hand-
rail when she was thrown from
her front seat on the bus. She

was en route home from a tour of
the Golan Heights when the acci-
dent occurred.

Parent Group to Hold
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