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March 01, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-01

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28—Friday, March 'I, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

National' BB Officer to Speak

Mrs. Adler to Tell Purim
Stories at Town Hall

Mrs. Morris Adler will conclude
her Town Hall Series on "Israel:
1948 - 1968," 10:30 a.m. Wednesday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. She wilt
s peak on "Education and the
Women of Is r a e 1." A Purim
brunch will be served following
the lecture. The public is invited,
but there is a nominal admission
charge for the entire morning for
non-series ticket holders.
Mrs. Alder will discuss the role
played by the Jewish woman since
the days of Queen Esther and will
tell some private and unusual Pur-
im stories, including "The Plum-
jam Purim."
For information, call Mrs. Wal-
ter L. Field chairman, 863-3994;
Mrs. Marvin Fleischman, vice
president of program, 545-7864; or
Mrs. Peter A. Martin, president,
883-2434.

Women Bond Workers
Get HEN Awards

The women who "know the score" in Bnai Brith Council are
planning for their culmination membership affair noon Wednesday
at Cong. Bnai Moshe. New members of Bnai Brith's 25 area chapters
will be feted at the affair, being arranged by (from left) standing:
Mesdames Ben Mandell, Morris Sears, Marshall Wise, Ben Gruskin
and Henry Schore; and seated: Mesdames Al Stein, president of the
Women's Council of Metropiltan Detroit, Joseph Rudman and Robert
Ellis, co-chairman of the event.

LBJ Cables Get-Well Note

_Jr. and lIrs. Abets
11711 Reside in Detroit

to Mrs. Jacobson in Israel

l

MRS. MICHAEL ABELS

Nanci Sue Kahn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Kahn of South-
field Rd., Southfield, and Michael
Hugh Abels, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Solly Abets of Pennington Dr.,
were married recently in Temple
Emanu-El. Rabbi Milton Rosen-
baum officiated.
Following a Catskill Mountains
honeymoon, the couple will live in
Detroit.
The bride wore an A-line, Eng-
lish net gown covered with scat-
tered lace buds. She carried calla
lilies on her confirmation Bible.
Iris Kahn, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor. Matron of
honor was Mrs. Terri Miller.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Donna
Abels, Mrs. Sandy Abels, Robin
Kahn, sister of the bride, and
Francine Gold.
Allen Abels, twin brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ushers
were Sidney Abels, brother of the
bridegroom, Jerry Wein be r g,
Randy Kahn, brother of the bride,
and Mark Goodman. Merrill Kahn,
brother of the bride, and Mark
Abets were ring bearers.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A "get
well" cable from President John-
son was received
by Mrs. Charlotte
Jacobson, presi-
dent of Hadassah
who is recovering
in Hadassah Hos-
pital from injur- 4'
ies suffered in a
bus accident last
week near Tel
Aviv. Hospital of-
ficials said Sun-
day Mrs. Jacob- rw
son was making Mrs. Jacobson
"very satisfactory progress."
The President said in his mes-
sage "I was distressed to read of
your accident. Our thoughts and
best wishes are with you for a
quick and complete recovery." Mrs.
Jacobson, who came to Israel for
a mid-winter Hadassah conference
sustained a broken collarbone and
broken ribs in the accident.

Quitters are laughed at by those
who hadn't enough nerve to start
in the first place.

Music and Entertainment

The

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Mrs. Nathan Holstein of Pitts- community, Mrs. Holstein has
burgh, second vice president of served as vice chairman of both
At the Israel Bond Reinvestment
Bnai Brith Women and chairman the Hillel Advisory Board and An- and award party at Adas Shalom
and his ORCHESTRA
of its national membership com- , ti-Defamation League Board, as (from left) former Israel Cabinet
"Music of Its Best
mittee, will be guest speaker at treasurer of the Bnai Brith Youth Minister Yosef Almogi, Knesset,
for Your Guests"
the culmination affair of the Bnai Organization Regional Board and guest speaker; Mrs. J. Stewart
Brith Women's Council of Metro- as member of the Pittsburgh Vo- Linden, Israel Bond HEN chair-
politan Detroit noon Wednesday. cational Service Advisory Board. man; and Morris J. Brandwine,
at Cong Bnai Moshe.
A native of New York City, Mrs. who was the chairman. Almogi
ROMANTIC AFFAIRS
Mrs. Holstein has served as na- Holstein attended Jamaica Teach- and Mrs. Linden presented HEN
BEGIN WITH
tional leadership committee chair- ers College and graduated from charms and other awards to wom-
man and as national chairman of , Hunter College. She is the wife of en volunteers.
the Bnai Brith Youth Organization an attorney who has also been ac-
AND HER GYPSIES
Program. After serving is presi- tive in Bnai Brith for many years.
Wedding s,PartIes, Dances
Strains of Marriage
dent of the Bnai Brith Women's They have three sons.
There's always a vacany for the
474-7638 •
Council of Western Pennsylvania,'
man
who
has
made
good.
The afternoon program will
she was elected president of Dis- feature luncheon and the presen- Topic of Lecture for
trict 3 in 1955.
tation of awards to several of Engaged Couples
Long active in the Pittsburgh
the 25 chapters in the Detroit
From LONDON, ENGLAND
"Strains and Stresses of Mod-
area for their activities in mem- ern Marriage" is the topic to be
bership and membership - reten- discussed at the first lecture of
tion. Admission is by invitation. the spring series, 8:30 p.m. Tues-
cei la! g3rith
Completing the program will be day at Cong. Bnai David.
the presentation of "An Afternoon
Mrs. Margaret Weiner, social
of
Musical Theater" by Marian worker at the Jewish Family and
tvittes
"Distinctive Styling in Music
Bates and Pearl Kaplan, sopranos, Children's Serv-
to your Individual Taste"
ISRAEL CHAPTER elected the Max Miller. baritone, and Eugene ice, and Rabbi
following officers: president, Mrs. Sloben. tenor. The quartet will be J a c k Goldman,
Louis Weberman; vice presidents, accompanied by Betty Polen, pi- professor at Ma-
!comb County
Mesdames Leo Millman, Louis anist.
The annual citywide affair hon- Community Col-
Wasserman and Esther Sugarman;
1
will be
treasurer. Mrs. Harry Korobkin; ors new members of the 25 chap- lege.
secretaries. Nlerdames Gerald Ber- ters, the sponsors of the new guest lecturers.
man, Ray Mazer and Lawrence members and chapter workers who
The Jewish In-
Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry
Krieger; mailing, Mrs. Robert have retained five or more mem- stitute for Brides
Mendelsohn; and junior past pres- bers during the past year.
See Morris Watnick
and Grooms is
ident, Mrs. Leonard Schreiber.
Mrs. Joseph Rodman and Mrs. sponsored by the
Plans are underway for an instal- Robert Ellis are co-chairmen of Nshei Habad of
lation dinner-dance.
the affair. Mrs. Al Stein is presi- Detroit, W o m -
*
dent of the Detroit Council.
en's branch of
FINE JEWELRY
the Lubavitcher
Bnai Brith Opens Drive
283 Hamilton
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
644-7626
Organization. Its ; J
Btrm,glsam Near °emery's)
For 1,000,000 Paperbacks 2117 ssLorntine
aim is to make Rabbi Goldman
WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith
young engaged couples more fully
pla n s to send 1,000,000 paper-
aware of the responsibilities and
backs to American servicemen and
rewards of a Jewish marriage.
hospitalized veterans this year.
A social hour follows.
A nationwide drive to collect the
The lecture series is held twice
books was begun this week by the
a year at no charge. It is open
organization's community and vet-
to all engaged couples.
erans services commission.
(The Shop of Elegance)
The campaign is for volumes on
Yiddish Poet H. Leivick
Jewish themes, to be distributed by
Takes Pleasure in Announcing
Jewish chaplains, and books of
Translated Into French
general content that the Red Cross
Our Move to Larger Quarters
PARIS (JTA)—A French trans-
and USO will distribute on a non-
lation of the poetry of H. Leivick
denominational basis. The drive
(Leivick Halper) Yiddish poet and
NEW ADDRESS
won the commendation of President
dramatist, has been published here
as "the kind of continuing, unos-
by the Gallimard Publishing House.
tentatious. but vital activity that. I
The volume contains an intro-
(Formerly Anthony's)
know, brings enormous pleasure to
duction by the painter, Marc Char.!,
the men of our armed services."
all. who said it was "remarkable
BIRMINGHAM, MICH.
that a poet of Leivick's stature has
remained unknown to French read-
Briai Brith's Record
ers until now."
Complete Selection of Cruise,
Sale of Israel Bonds
The translation is by Isaac Pou-
Cocktail, Spring & Rainwear
WASHINGTON—Bnai Brith sold MISS LORRAINE PEARLMAN gatch and J. Friedman. Leivick was
a record S13,728,270 in Israel
born in Russia and settled in the
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pearlman United States in 1913. His best-
Bonds in 1967—a 70.3 per cent ,
Fran, Lil and
of Woodbine Ave. announce the known work was his drama, "Der
increase over the previous year.
now Jerri
Sales were $5,667,995 ahead of engagement of their daughter Golem."
CHAFr,E ALL.PL
1966 figures. the largest one-year Lorraine Alice to Robert N.
He expressed his feelings over
642-9492
gain since Bnai Brith began pro- Friend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl the fate of the Jews in World War
moting Israel Bond purchases in Friend of Chicago.
Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:00
II in a volume of poems titled, "In
1951.
A spring wedding is planned.
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