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May 17, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-17

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26—Friday, May 17, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS1

CidnieFrancesCarpman
Miss Weingarten to Wed Musical Slated by Units to Marry N W Yorker
Domis .Roth of Brooklyn of Southfield Hadassah

The five newly formed groups
of Southfield Hadassah will be
honored at luncheon noon, May 28
at Temple Israel.
Highlights of the afternoon will
include the installation of the
groups' new boards by Mrs. Reu-
ben Bienstock, president of Michi-
gan R e g i o n, Hadassah. Mrs.
Charles Snider. president of the
Metropolitan Chapter, will give the
invocation.
Another feature will be the pre-
sentation of an original musical
play, "The Tzoris," from the Eng-
lish version, "The Source," written
and produced by Mrs. Jack Abram-
son, Mrs. Bruce Koploy and Mrs.
E. Newton Rottenberg, under the
direction of Mrs. Eugene Kahn,
vice-president of program.
MISS DONNA WEINGARTEN
This production will include
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Wein- many musical numbers from
garten of Majestic Blvd., Oak Park. past Hadassah programs. "Had-
announce the engagement of their
assah players" will include Mes-
daughter Donna to Dennis Roth: dames Fred Baum, Morton, Ben-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Roth' son, Joseph Bittker, Jerome
of Brooklyn.
Hirsch, David Matz, Ernest
Miss Weingarten attends the Mendelsohn, Burton Mintz, Sey-
Eastern Michigan University
mour Schwartz, Herbert Stoor-
lege of education. Mr. Roth at- man and Lester Taubman.
tends EMU.
Luncheon arrangements will be
An Aug. 6 wedding is planned.
supervised by Mrs. Bradford L.
Jacobs. Members of her commit-
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For reservations. contact Mrs.
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Criterion Club Ball
to Be Held Saturday

The Criterion Club for single
adults will host "Maytime Ball"
9 p.m. Saturday at Cong.. Beth
Hillel,
The public is invit4.-A
George Grossett and his orches-
tra will provide the music for'
dancing, with Vicki Stevens and
Dick Hemstreet heading the floor
show. Social mixers, refreshments,
and awards are included.
* * *
Dinner and dancing to the Artie
Nelson orchestra will celebrate the
Criterion Club's seventh annual
installation of officers 7 p.m. June
1 at Danny's Hour Glass. For
reservations or information, call
Bertha Miller. ICE 2-7870, or
Frances Kircidel, 398-2730.

Election Meeting Set
by PGASP Group

MISS CIDNIE CARPMAN

At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Rich of Manistee
Ave., Oak Park, announced the
engagement of her daughter Cid-
nie Frances Carpman to Dr.
Arthur Dudley Herold, son of Mrs.
Pearl Herold of Forest Hills, N.Y.
Miss Carpman is a graduate of
Eastern Michigan University. Dr.
Herold, a graduate of Long Island
University, attended the medical
school of the University of Rothe
and received his medical degree
at Kansas City College of Osteop-
athy.
A July 7 wedding is planned.

All-Detroit Tour
of Israel With JNF
Slated for August

The first all-Detroit Jewish Na-
tional Fund tour to Israel has been
planned as a three-week adventure
which will leave New York Aug.
12 and return Sept. 2.
Percy Kaplan, executive director
of the Jewish National Fund in
Detroit, said the pilgrimage is
geared to a c q u a i n t the JNF
traveler with the details of how
Jewish National Fund projects
helped insure the survival of Israel
and how the JNF can implement
yet even more effective projects in
the near future.
Special events will be arranged
in Jerusalem said Kaplan, but
there will be opportunity for visits
to shops, markets and bazaars, to
kibutzim, and to the reunited Holy
City and other holy places hitherto
inacessible. Wherever visitors on
the JNF tour go, continued Kaplan,
they will be looked after every mile
of the way with care and personal
attention. In addition to the usual
itinerary, JNF will take visitors on
its tour to places not ordinarily
seen by the average person visiting
Israel.
For details, contact the JNF of-
fice, 399-0820.

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Israel bonds will be bought in
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Refreshments will be served, and
there will be an Israeli movie and
games.
Mrs. Sol Ager, vice president,
will be chairman of the evening.
* * *
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
The society will hold an execu-
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We are Michigan's leader in

For the recent marriage of
Melvy Erman to David Enders, held
at the Carleton House with Rabbi
M. Robert Syme officiating, Earle
Erman, brother of the bride, served
as head usher. The Jewish News
regrets the erroneous omission of
Mr. Erman's name from the an-
nouncement in last week's paper.

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