22—Friday, November 22, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS in :n(4
Angel Ball to Mark Diamond Year -
The 14th annual Angel Ball, tra.
ditional Thanksgiving Eve party
of the Detroit Section National
Council of Jewish Women, will be
held Wednesday at the Raleigh
Dubbed the Diamond Jubilee, in
honor of the 75th anniversary of
IT STICKS TO THE
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Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
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Mushroom, Marinara. Keep all
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the National Council,' this year's
ball will honor members who have
contributed 150 hours of volunteer
service to Council's projects or
$150 in merchandise to the organi-
zation's resale shops, main source
of revenue supporting service pro-
jects locally, nationally and over-
seas. A special --
guest will be
Mrs. Leonard H.
president of the
dent Mrs. Victor
that Angel Ball
chairmen M r s . zautam 'UN
Ronald Greenberg and Mrs. Mel-
vin RosenhauS plan to again have)
a mystery boutique, with donated
gifts sold at half their retail val-
ue. Surprise gifts will range from
kitchen utensils to furs and jew-
els. Mrs. Ralph Schiller Jr. and
Mrs. Leo Stern are the mystery
NCJW volunteers have con-
ducted "Operation Friendship" a
lounge program for patients on
convalescent leave from state
mental hospitals. Other services
are the Orchards, a residential
treatment home for emotionally
disturbed children; a kindergar-
ten enrichment a n d tutorial
service to the Custer Elemen-
tary School; work with the
aged; participation in Women in
Community Service, which
screens and counsels under-
privileged girls for the Federal
Job Corps and helps other girls
who do not valify; and a psy-
chiatric ward and service league
at Receiving Hospital.
Committee chairmen in charge
of the party functions, including
the executive vice-president, Mrs.
Frederick Shevin, are:
Mesdames: M. Morton Barak,
Robert Barnett, Arthur Eckhous,
Joseph Falk, Henry Frank, Mar-
vin Frenkel, Joseph Klein, Dan
Krouse, Irving Pasman, Peter Ru-
bin, Ralph Schiller Jr., Major
Siegel, Oscar Silverman, William
Steinberg, David Snyder, Morton
Snyder, Leo Stern, Joel Tauber
and Ben Weintraub.
Criterion Club Cooks - Up
Turkey Trot for Saturday
The Criterion Club for single
adults will host a "Turkey Trot"
9 p.m. Saturday at the Oak Park
There will be social, round and
square dancing to the music and
direction of caller Jim Petrone,
assisted by vocalist Lois Reedy.
The program will include social
mixers, prizes and refreshments.
For information, call Jennie Mar-
ian, UN 4-4932.
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Sinai Hospital Honors Volunteer Mollie Melnik
The administration and staff of I
Sinai Hospital of Detroit honored
500 members of the Women's
Guild at the annual awards cere-
monies Wednesday afternoon in
Zuckerman Auditorium on the hos-
Guild members who volunteered
100 to 19,000 hours received spec-
ial recognition for their service
to the hospital. The high figure of
19,000 hours was compiled by Mrs.
Mollie Melnik, a volunteer at Sinai
for 10 years.
Edward Tuescher, executive vice
president of the United Health Or-
ganization, was guest speaker.
Music the Stein-Way
BY BERNARD H.
In a recent ceremony at Adas •
MRS. RICHARD MINTZ
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Fried became the bride of Richard •
David Mintz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Mintz of Mansfield, 0. The •
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bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Fried of Indiana Ave. •
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The bridegroom's great-uncle, • • •
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Rabbi Julius Mark of Temple •
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las Fenakel officiated.
The bride wore an Empire gown
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trim. She wore a portrait chapel-
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length mantilla of matching lace. •
She carried a cascade of roses and,
orchids on her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Donald Tonkin was her
sister's matron of honor. Brides.
maids were Lynn Silver of Los
Angeles, Patricia Dunleavy, and
Iris Mintz of Mansfield, sister of
Best man was Lloyd Paley.
Ushers were Joel Jacobson of New
York City, Howard Pastroff of
Pittsburgh, Barry Keller, Walter
Steward and Kenneth Rosen.
Grandmother of the bridegroom.
Mrs. Harry Buchman, also parti-
cipated in the bridal party.
After a honeymoon trip to. Puerto
Rico and Jamaica, the couple is
residing in Royal Oak.
LA Judge to Talk
to City of Hope
Superior Court Judge Bernard S.
Selber of Los Angeles, a vice pres-
ident of the City of Hope for the
past 15 years, will address the 56th
annual dinner of the City of Hope
6:30 p.m. Saturday at the Sheraton-
Movie star Betty Grable, a long-
time supporter of City of Hope,
will be an honored guest at the
Miss Grable will represent the
show world celebrities who assist
this internationally-known medical
Appointed to the municipal court
bench in Los Angeles by Gov. Ed-
mund G. Brown
in 1961, Selber
was named to the
higher court in
In addition to
his activities as
an officer of the
national board of
has served as
president of Med-
ical Aides, a lead- J udge Selber
ing City of Hope auxiliary. Judge
Selber served as general chairman
of all of the City of Hope's national
biennial conventions from 1953 to
Born in Providence, R.I., he re-
ceived his education in Los An-
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Social Singles Plan Ball
The Jewish Social Singles will'
hold a Thanksgiving Ball at North-
gate East Activities Building, Oak
Park, 8:30 p.m. today. Refresh.
ments will be provided.
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