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March 29, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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26—Friday, March 29, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

'Millionaires' to Give Kids Helping Hand

Woman's World Opens Tuesday

call the synagogue, 357-5544, or the
ticket chairman Mrs. Philip Born-
stein, 837-7972.

A garden walk with blooming on child therapy and parent guid-
flowers and picket fence will pave ance. His book, "Group Phycho-
YOUR CANDID
the way for an expected 1,000 therapy With Children" (1961), has
ticket-holders who will attend been translated into several lan-
"Woman's World--'68," a two-day guages, including Japanese. His
conference which opens 10 a.m. currently best selling book, "Be-
WILL BE
Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. tween Parent and Child," has been
The conclave is sponsored by the translated into French, German,
Spanish and Portugese.
synagogue's sisterhood.
Jean Duran, women's editor of
Dr. Ginott will be introduced
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
radio station WJR, will join Mrs. by Mrs. Jay Golub, "Woman's
BY BERNARD H.
Peter A. Martin, president, Mrs. World — '68" consultant, profes-
Allan Levin, general chairman, sional book reviewer, and book
and Mrs. George Lerner, vice- reviewer, and book buyer for the
president of fund-raising, in wel-
J. L. Hudson Co.
coming the guests.
KE 1-8196
For tickets and information,
Speakers of national and local
reputation will concentrate on the
woman and communication, the
THE NEW SOUNDS OF .
woman and common sense, the
woman and creative arts, humor
and fashion design. There will be
prizes to coincide with every cate-
gory of the conference.
Among headliners for the event
will be psychologist - humorist
World Jewish Child's Day will be observed at the annual Mil-
Dr. Haim Ginott, frequently
Big Sound Recording Artists
lionaires Party of Pioneer Women Detroit Council 8:30 p.m. April 6
heard on the Hugh Downs-
at the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Aaron Katzman (center), vice
547-0896
545-2737
Barbara Walters "Today Show"
president of funds, announces that proceeds will go toward helping
from New York; Conni Gordon,
Israel's needy children in infant centers, day nurseries, kinder-
creative artist; Art Buchwald,
gartens and summer camps and educating Israeli's youth in agricul-
humorist columnist; S. L. A.
tural and vocational high schools, youth villages and training farms.
Marshall, commentator on inter-
Helping Mrs. Katzman are (from left) Mesdames Herman Kanter,
national events for WWJ-TV; and
Sam Wasserman, Herman Ozrovitz and Jacob Wilk. For information
Rita Milgrim, fashion expert and
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
on the party, call the • Pioneer Women office, DI 1-0722.
commentator who will present a
along with all
designer show.
In addition, there will be boutique
Ahavas Achim Marrieds Primo Orchestra
good things..serve
shops with hundreds of hand-
to Hold Carnival Sunday
SWEE-TOUCH-NEE
made items. There will be a book
The Young Marrieds Club of Will Play at Ball
store,
ceremonial
gift
shop,
a
coun-
Cong. Ahavas Achim will hold a
The George Primo Orchestra has
carnival noon to 4 p.m. Sunday. been engaged by the Greater De- try store, jewelry counter, cosmetic
enjoyitholidays & the year round
Refreshments will be served. troit Chapter of the Brandeis Uni- booth, cake counter, candle shop,
Guests are welcome and admis- versity National Women's Com- coffee corners and an art gal-
lery, where art works donated to
sion is free.
mittee to provide the music for Shaarey Zedek will be on sale.
dancing at its Vicennial Ball, cele- Books authored by the visiting
Radomer Group Meeting brating the 20th
lecturers also will be on sale.
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society anniversary of
Dr. Ginott will speak 10 a.m.
A NEW TASTE SENSATION IN FINE WINES
will hold a special meeting 8:30 Brandeis Univer-
Wednesday, and Mrs. Milgrim will
Bring the spirit of Israel into your home—
p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's sity April 7 at
present couturier fashions at 1 p.m.
Bring the BEST products of Israel on your table
Circle Center.
the Raleigh:
"How to Drive Children Sane"
House.
will be Dr. Ginott's topic. He is a
graduate of Columbia University,
Comedienne
FOR COLOR CANDIDS
• JERUSALEM Sweet Grape (Malaga)
is professor at
Joan Rivers will
AND MOVIES
• JERUSALEM Concord Grape
the
graduate
de-
be the star enter-
partment of psy-
tainer.
• JERUSALEM Light Golden Sweet (Tokay)
N e w •
chology,
Primo, a native
PHOTOGRAPHY
• JERUSALEM Chateau Sharon (White Med.)
York University,
Detroiter and a>
358-3199
• JERUSALEM Red Natural Sweet Grape
and professor for
Primo
graduate of the
,
the
post-doctoral
• JERUSALEM Hock (Dry White)
Detroit Institute a.. Musical Art, is
a former pupil of Mischa Kottler. program in psy-
• JERUSALEM Grand Vin Rose
PHOTOGRAPHY
For almost 15 years he was chotherapy, Adel-
• JERUSALEM Dry Red (Burgundy)
associated with WXYZ radio and phi University.
Jerusalem wines were awarded the highest
television, and he has had engage- He is consultant
prizes and golden medals at the international
ments at many important clubs to several schools
547-4805
vintners
contests.
Dr.
Ginott
and events. He is also a free-lance and mental health
WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAS
NOW AVAILABLE AT:
advertising agent and composes centers, and is on the faculty of
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
music and "jingles" for radio and the Metropolitan Institute for
Psychoanalytic Studies.
television advertisers.
18207 Wyoming, Detroit
24750 Coolidge, Oak Park
In 1964 and 1965, he served as
Mrs. Jay Allen, vice president of
A BEAUTIFUL
a
UNESCO
expert
and
consultant
projects. and her co-chairman,
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Mrs. Wilfred Doner, advise that to the government of Israel, Min-

the black-tie event will begin with istry of Education in Jerusalem.
• •
CALL US FOR THE FINEST
cocktails at 7 p.m. and dinner at He is author of numerous articles
AND
MEAT

• •
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The Women's Committee has

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• •
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• •
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Five cents a square foot,
• •
For ball reservations, contact modern campus on the heights of
minimum $15.
Mrs. Allen, 19455 Burlington, Mt. Carmel, was described here : • Roasted Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing

• Cheese Blintzes
Potatoes and Gravy
48203; or Mrs. Doner, 1501 Bal- Tuesday as symbolic of "Israel's •
542-4735
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