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March 01, 1968 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-01

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At a theater party-luncheon for Feydeau's "A Flea in Her Ear,'
sponsored by Hilberry Theater's "Understudies" women's committee
program planners included Mrs. Isadore Winkelman of Birchcrest Dr
and Mrs. Stanley Winkelman of Canterbury Rd. Assisting as hostesses
were Mrs. Milton Covensky of Warrington Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J.
Kessler of N. Park Dr., Southfield. The Understudies played host to
350 women from various women's groups in Detroit, including the
Young Women of Jewish National Fund represented by Miss J. Burn-
stein of Hardy Ave., Livonia.
National board members of Women's American ORT will be led by
Michigan Region President Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel at the spring meeting
of the Allegheny Sector of ORT March 10-11 in Cincinnati. Discussion of
ways to meet increasing demands for admission to ORT vocational
training schools will be discussed by delegates from Ohio, Virginia,
Pennsylvania, New York and Michigan. Other Detroiters who will be
attending are Mesdarnts Bernard Colton, Harry Becker, Irvin Kurtz,
Lawrence Levi, Nathan Schlafer, Max Beal, Henry Pariser, William
Wetsman, Harold Kukes and Jack Rubin.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stone of Marlow Pl., Oak Park, entertained
family and friends at a party in honor of their son-in-law, Stuart
Brickner, who recently passed the Michigan Bar, and also celebrating
the birthday of their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Chudler.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gould of Santa Rosa Dr. entertained at an
open house and tea recently to honor the engagement of their son
Allan to Merle Benjamin of Toronto. Among the guests were some
relatives and friends from Toronto.
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Mitchell, 17217 Lahser Ave., visited
Sarasota Jungle Gardens while vacationing on Florida's Lower West
Coast.

Dr. Haim Ginott, Art Buchwald
Among 'Woman's World' Guests

Dr. Haim Ginott, Art Buchwald,
Connie Gordon, Jeanne Duran,
S.L.A. Marshall and couturier
fashions will be featured at Cong.
S ha are y Zedek during the
"Woman World—'68" conference
April 2 and 3 sponsored by the
sisterhood.
Staged for the first time last
year, the "Woman's World" con-
ference is the inspiration of Mrs.
Leonard Sidlow and again will en-
compass many phases of a
woman's life and interests. The
speakers will concentrate on the
woman and communication, com-
mon sense, creative arts, humor
and fashion design. There will be
boutiques, coffee corners, cafes,
book stalls and a country store.
Luncheon will be available both
days.
Miss Duran, award-winning col-
umnist and women's editor of
radio station
WJR, will open
the proceedings
10 a.m. April
and will be fol-
lowed by Brig
General S. L. A.
Marshall, c o m -
mentator on in-
ternational
events for WW.J•
TV and author of
Miss Duran
"Swift Sword,"
a history of Israel's six-day vic-
tory over the Arab powers.
The afternoon session will
begin at 1 p.m. with Connie
Gordon, who has distinguished
herself in the field of creative
arts with numerous appearances
on the "Today Show" with Hugh
Downs and Barbara Walters.
Miss Gordon will demonstrate to
the conference audience how she
can "extract" latent artistic
talent on the spot from each of
her observers and listeners.
Art Buchwald, humorist and
syndicated columnist will be fea-
tured at 8 p.m. on the first con-
ference day. Conference ticket
holders will be entitled to bring a
guest to the evening performance.
Psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott,

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who has achieved television fame
in the past few months, accepted
the invitation to appear at Wom-
an's World shortly after his initial
appearance on the "Today Show."
Ile recently appeared at the Fisher
Theater Town 1-tall Series and is
perhaps the most sought-after plat-
form speaker in the country.
Dr. Ginott, author of "Between
Parent and Child," will speak on
"How to Drive Your Children
Sane" 10 a.m. April 3.
The 1 p.m. session Wednesday
will feature a showing of fashion
designs with commentary by Rita
Milgrim. Music will be by Frankie
Paul.
Mrs. Peter A. Martin is president
of the sisterhool. Mrs. Allan Levin
is general chairman of "Woman's
World — '68" and Mrs. George
Lerner vice - president of fund
raising. Mrs. George Parzen is
chairman of program.
Marshall will be introduced by
Mrs. Isador Winkelman; Connie
Gordon, by Mrs. Marvin Fleisch-
man; Art Buchwald by Mrs.
Morris Adler; Dr. Haim Ginott
by Mrs. Jay Golub; and couturier
fashions will be chaired by Mrs.
Albert Schweitzer.
Mrs. Arnold Monash and Mrs.
Philip Scheiner are co-chairmen of
the book shops; and Mrs. Carl
Bayer is chairman of boutiques.
Mrs. Davis Benson and Mrs.
Golub are among the advisers;
and Mrs. David Kliger is chairman
of public relations.
Tickets are available by phoning
Mrs. Philip Bornstein, chairman.
837-7972; Mrs. Leonard Baron.
356-3844; or Mrs. Theodore Rudner•
626-6472.
For general information, call
Mrs. Martin, 883-2434.

Topic: Jewish Literature

Branch Two, Peale Zion, will
hear Aaron Kutnick discuss "The
Dichotomy of Purpose in Jewish
Literature" 8 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pevos,
2.5320 Henley, Huntington Woods.

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