22—Friday, May 3, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
'Hadassah's Marriage' Includes All-Star Cast
for May 14 Presentation at Cong. Shaarey Zedek
The merger of Hadassah's De-1
troit and South Oakland County
chapters, to be called the Greater
Metropolitan Chapter of Detroit,
will make this new chapter one of
the largest single organizations in
national Hadassah, with member-
ship of some 7,000.
On May 14, the "marriage" of
these two chapters will take place
at a noon luncheon in Cong.
The cast of the original musical,
"Hadassah's Marriage," by Mrs.
David Edelman and Mrs. Leslie
Schmier, will include Mesdames
Morris Adler, Sheldon Greenberg,
- Sindney Jacobs, Sanford Lane,
Steven Lewkowicz, Jacques Moss,
Albert Newman, Norman Rosen-
felt and Harry Strauss. Stars are
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SPODE SERVICE FOR EIGHT
greatest concern is with the youth.
We want to evaluate, for example,
how well our ORT schools in Israel
are coping with the massive needs
of preparing the younger genera-
tion to participate productively in
The problems of youth education the new phase that is now
and of economic development of ing in Israel."
Jewish communities overseas will
There is one art of which man
he studied by a mission of ORT should be master—the art of re-
leaders departing Monday, it was flection.—Coleridge.
announced by Dr. William Haber,
president of the American ORT
Federation, who will serve as
chairman of the mission.
Dr. Haber stated: "The purpose I
of our mission is to see, at first
hand, how Jews in various parts
of the world have been affected I
by these tremendous events. Our
Men's Fashions to Get Dr. Haber Leads
ORT Ball Limelight
Mrs. Jack W. Pearlman and Mrs.
Charles Snider; director, Mrs. Eli
Gross; and accompanist, Mrs.
Luncheon reservations are being
taken until Thursday by the Hadas-
sah office, BR 3-5441. Mrs. A. C.
Hamburger, chairman of table
decorations, is assisted by Mes-
dames Albert Dickman, Irwin
Green, Harold Hoffman, Nathan
Soberman, Aaron Ross and Ed-
A NIGHT OF GAMES G ri
Suite Harand to Do
for Beth Shlom Fete
Beth Shalom Sisterhood will pre-
sent "Sulie Harand," singing ac-
tress, at its 12th annual Honor
Roll Luncheon noon May 15 in the
synagogue social hall
By herself, Miss Harand sings
and acts a com-
plete music al.
This year, her
show, "I Do, I
Do," will be pre-
sented with Mar-
t i n Rubenstein,
an Emmy Award
nominee at the
piano. The back-
grounds and ac-
Miss Harand which Rubenstein
provides are an integral part of
Co-chairmen for the afternoon
are Mrs. Edward Gordon and Mrs.
Sidney Kling. Mrs. Sidney Berg,
is program chairman and Mrs.
Robert White, pledge chairman.
Also Mesdames Albert Korner,
Louis Starr, Robert Lewin and Irv-
For information, call Mrs. Gor-
don, 356-4551, or Mrs. Kling, 542-
Mr. and , i%irs. Parmet
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Wednesday Eve., May 8th from 7:30 P.M.
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PRIZES . . . SURPRISES . . . PRIZES
The floor show to be presented
at the annual ORT Imperial Ball
Saturday evening at Raleigh
House will feature a fashion pre-
view of the latest men's styles by
such designers as Bill Blass and
Henry Cardin. Models will show
creations like this military twill
six-button, double breasted suit.
Many of the outfits are to be
shown for the first time here and
will be presented for fall distri-
bution. Cocktail hour is at '7:30,
followed by dinner and dancing.
The souvenir journal committee
includes chairman, Mrs. Jack
Rubin; and Mesdames Martin
Karlin, Morton Hochman, Bar-
bara Berman, David Redisch
and Lawrence Levi. The ball co-
chairmen are Mrs. Robert
Feinberg and Mrs. Jerry Kran-
CARIH to Raise
Funds for Children
40 pieces. "Nordic" pattern,
bone china. Distinctive white,
bbrdered in gold. $200 value.
Decorated Spode Ceremonial
Bone china, in Israeli blue,
edged with gold. A $35 value
with presentation case.
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All Proceeds to City of Hope
Donation $1.00 at Door
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Kashruth supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
and two steady Mashgichim
Mrs. Harry M. Friedman, presi-
dent of the Detroit League, Chil- U. S. Gov't. Inspected
dren's Asthma Research Institute
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS so ecyt
and Hospital, announces the major
fund-raising of the year will be SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF •
the annual donor
Dittributed in Detroit and Michigan by:
luncheon to take
JULIUS POLAK, 7522 FENKELL, DETROIT — TEL. UN 2
place 12:30 p.m.
May 22 at the
Raleigh House. --
The league helps.
asthma in bot
hospital and re-
ment, one of the
foremost In its Mrs. Friedman
A fashion show, gourmet lunch-
eon, prizes, music and favors are
planned. For tickets call Mrs. S.
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Michigan under Rabbinical
Mayor Cavanagh proclaimed
the week of May 1-'7 as CARIH
supervision. Krun-Chee Po-
Asthma Week in Detroit.
tato Chips are both Kosher
The Northwest Detroit and the
and Parve . . . and they are
Junior Chapter of CARIH are
taking part in__ a drive to raise
funds for this non-sectarian, nation-
wide, free treatment and research
MRS. ALAN PARMET
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Barbara Leah Harwoods and
Alan Ivan Parmet were united in
marriage recently at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi Morton Kan-
The couple's parents are Mr.
Harry Harwoods of Glastonbury
Rd. and the late Erma Harwoods,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parmet
of Borgman Dr., Huntington Woods,
and Miami Beach.
Mrs. Martin Moss was matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were Jill
Harwoods and Cheryl Chad.
Martin Moss served as best man.
Ushers were Jeffrey Harwoods and
Following a honeymoon in Lon-
don and southern coast of Spain,
the couple is living in Southfield.
Poale Zion Meeting Set
now they're KOSHER*
8rtg ag ements
Mr. and Mrs. Max Marshak of
Poale Zion Branch Two will meet
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the home of Annchester Rd. announce the en-
Mr. and Mrs. William Thomson, gagement of their daughter Linda
30208 Southfield, in Southfield. Mr. Fay to Frederick James Wolpe of
and Mrs. B. Z. Freeman and Mrs. Parkside Ave., son of Mr. and
Adele Mondry will report on the Mrs. Robert Wolpe and the late
Harry Mondry Cultural Center in Mrs. Wolpe. The bride-elect is at-
I s r a el. Refreshments will be tending Wayne State University.
A Sept. 8 wedding is planned.
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