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May 03, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-03

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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.
Shaarey Zedek.
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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leaders departing Monday, it was flection.—Coleridge.
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Mrs. Jack W. Pearlman and Mrs.
Charles Snider; director, Mrs. Eli
Gross; and accompanist, Mrs.
Harry Platt.
Luncheon reservations are being
taken until Thursday by the Hadas-
sah office, BR 3-5441. Mrs. A. C.
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decorations, is assisted by Mes-
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Suite Harand to Do
1-Woman Musical
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-
coinpaniments
Miss Harand which Rubenstein
provides are an integral part of
the show.
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-
ing Rich.
For information, call Mrs. Gor-
don, 356-4551, or Mrs. Kling, 542-
2964._

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The floor show to be presented
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Saturday evening at Raleigh
House will feature a fashion pre-
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such designers as Bill Blass and
Henry Cardin. Models will show
creations like this military twill
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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-
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Barbara Leah Harwoods and
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marriage recently at the Sheraton-
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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
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Martin Moss served as best man.
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