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Members of the Detroit Section of the National Council of Jewish
MISS VERA STERN
Mr. Louis Stern of Ridgedale Ave.,
Oak Park, announces the engage-
ment of his daughter Vera to Tzvi
Silverstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Silverstein of Jeanette
St., Southfield. Miss Stern is the
daughter of the late Anne Stern.
Miss Stern is attending the
Wayne State University college of
education. Mr. Silverstein attends
the WSU college of liberal arts and
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah, where he
is studying for the rabbinate.
An Aug. 7 wedding is planned.
Women who will attend the council's Mid-Atlantic 1968 District Conven-
tion in Louisville next week include Mesdames Victor Shiffman, presi-
dent; Frederick Shevin, executive vice president; M. Morton Barak, area
vice-chairman and past president; Lewis B. Daniels, district board mem-
ber; Jerome Grossman, national board member; Joseph Welt, honorary
president of International Council of Jewish Women; H. V. Kreger, na-
tional public relations committee- Arthur Stone, vice-president for fund-
raising; Joseph Klein, assistant treasurer; Max Blumberg; Saul Rosen-
blum, public relations; Harry L. Jackson; and Regene Cohane. Mrs.
Alvin Rodecker, Mrs. Herman Holinstat and Mrs. Samuel Caplan are
Shaarey Zedek Men's Club will send a 25-member delegation to the
39th annual convention of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs
May 5-9 at Kiamesha Lake, N. J. Members of the delegation are Messers
and Mesdames Leonard Baron, Robert Steinberg, Saul Waldman, Abe
Katzman, Ed Fleishman, Marvin Fleishman, Abraham Satovsky, Allen
Charlip, Bernard Breyer and I. Murray Jacob. Also attending are Drs.
and Mesdames Jerry Margolis and Davis Benson.
Mrs. Emma L. Schaver, 25259 Ingleside, Southfield, 'attended the
annual meetings of the international board of governors of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem March 27-29 in Jerusalem. During her stay in
Israel Mrs. Schaver will participate in the ground-breaking ceremonies
on Mt. Scopus for the Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of
Peace as well as a series of dedications under the auspices of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew University. Mrs. Schaver, a founder of
the Truman Center, is accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lazaroff,
Mr. and Mrs. I. Lazaroff and Mrs. Rita Villard of Los Anegeles,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lazaroff and Mr. and Mrs. H. Deutch.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Priesont of Hubbell Ave. recently returned from
California where they attended the wedding of their son Michael Jaye
to Marlene Wasser of Encino. The family visited San Francisco. The
couple is living in Tarzana.
At a recent tea, Mrs. Harry Saltsman of E. Jeanette Ave., South-
field, honored her future daughter-in-law, Nancy Pearl Nudell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman D. Nudell of Pembroke Ave.
to Jay Leslie Grossman JFCS Director Heads Regional Parley a
of Child Welfare League of America
Samuel Lerner, director of the Redl, distinguished professor of a
Jewish Family and Children's behavioral sciences, Wayne State a
Service and executive director of University; and Judge Justine a
Jewish Resettlement Service, is Wise Polier, Family Court of a
chairman of the 26th annual cen- the State of New York.
tral regional conference of the
Mrs. Charles Lakoff is hospitality a
Child Welfare League of America
chairman. A for- a
to be held at the Statler-Hilton
m e r president, a
Hotel Thursday through April 6.
she is now a life
member of the a
Over 2,500 delegates from Michi-
board of direc- a
gan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West
tors of Jewish a
Virginia, western New York, west-
Family and Chil- a
ern Pennsylvania, and the Province
of Ontario will be in attendance.
Mrs. Lakoff cur- a
Child Welfare League of America
rently serves as a
was organized in 1920 to protect
vice president of a
and promote the welfare of chil-
the board of di-
MISS PEARL FELDBERG
dren by helping child welfare
rectors of Neigh- a
agencies in the communities of the
Mrs. Lakoff borhood Service a
At a recent dinner party, Mr. nation provide essential social
and Mrs. Sam Feldberg of Devon- services for children and their Organization. Long interested in a
shire Dr., Southfield, announced families.
the field of child welfare, she is
the engagement of their daughter
on the national board of the Child a
Pearl Linda to Jay Leslie Gross-
Welfare League of America.
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. David unmet needs of children, adoption
The conference is open to any- a
Grossman of Prairie Ave.
child and protecting the civil rights one interested in the welfare of a
of children, will be among the children.
Among the speakers will be Cantor Reuven Frankel a
Charles L. Schottland, dean of
the Florence Heller School for in Recital Here ; Records a
Advanced Studies in Social Wel- Songs of Soviet Jewry
fare, Waltham (Brandeis); Dr.
Cantor Reuven Frankel of Temple a
Regina Goff, assistant commis-
sioner, office of programs for Israel, Albany, and formerly of a
BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
the disadvantaged, Department Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will present a
of Health, Education and Wel- a recital of songs by Schumann, a
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as well as Ital-
fare, Washington, D.C.; Dr. Fritz
ian, Hebrew and a
American a r t a
songs, in the
music building of a
■ Beautiful new
Wayne State Uni- a
versity 8 p.m.
The recital is a
■ Every area air
in fulfillment of a
requirements for a
a -master of
■ Delightful for
music. Larry La- a
Gore of Detroit a
affair "from 10
will accompany a
Cantor Frankel Cantor Frankel,
Consult our internationally
experienced catering manager,
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who has been studying with Avery
Crew, vocal coach.
Cantor Frankel will soon release
a recording of songs of Soviet
Jewry entitled "Out of the Silence."
Composer Lazar Weiner is accom-
panist. "Out of the Silence" is
scheduled to appear in time for
Mo'os Hitim Dinner
The Turover Aid Society will
hold its annual Mo'os Hitim dinner
6:30 p.m. Monday at Turover Hall.
Proceeds will go toward Passover
packages for the needy in Israel.
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