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December 06, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-06

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30—Friday, December 6, Mt

THE DETROIT JEWISH

NEWS Malon the Magician

Detroit Says Thanks to NCJW

The National
Council of Jew-
ish Women had

its day in De-
troit Nov. 27,
according to
proclamation of
Mayor Cava-
nagh. The or-
ganization,
which cele-
brates is 75th
anniversary
this year. high-
lighted the
event. Thanks.
giving Eve
with its annual
nual Angel
Ball. Mrs. Victor Shiffman, (left), president of the Detroit Section.
Mrs. Frederick Shevin (center) and Mrs. Joel Tauber, witnessed the
signing by the mayor, who "urged all citizens to join in saluting the
accomplishments of this humanitarian organization."

Jane Evans, National Head of Temple
Sisterhoods, to Talk to Women Here

Temple Israel Sisterhood will
host Reform sisterhoods of the
Detroit area at a dessert,luncheon
12:30 p.m. Monday in the social
hall.
Jane Evan s,
executive direc-
tor of the Na-
tional Federation
of Temple Sister-
hoods, w ill be
featured speaker
at this third an-
nual program,
sponsors of which
are temples Beth
El, E rn a n u-El,
Israel and Beth
Am, all of the
Detroit area;
Beth Jacob of
'Pontiac: Beth El
of Flint; Shaarey
Zedek of Lans-
ing; and Beth El
Miss Evans
of Windsor.

Miss Evans, who has served
in her present position since
1933. is a contributor to various
magazines and journals and is

Counselor Stresses
Love as Key Word
in Raising Children

editor of several publications.
She has been cited as a "Woman
of Achievement" by the Federa-
tion of Jewish Women's Organ-
izations of New York, an honor
accorded her for "service to na-
tional and international causes."

A former president of the Na-
tional Peace Conference and a
former vice chairman of the Con-
ference Group of U.S. National
Organizations on the' UN, she at
one time headed the committee on
technical assistance and the corn-
mittee on the World Court.
Miss Evans served as a consult-
ant to the U.S. delegation during
the San Francisco conference, at
which the charter for the United
Nations n as drafted.
As chairman of the American
Jewish Conference's Committee on
Displaced Persons during World
War II, Miss Evans was in the
forefront of efforts to rehabilitate
displaced persons and other sur-
vivors of Nazi persecution.

Norman Cohn to MI rri.
hiss Sonar Schussler

Parents are unwilling to recog-
nise that their relationship with
each other is the key to their chil-
dren's emotional development, ac-
cording to Dr. David Goodman,
author of "A Parent's Guide to the
Emotional Needs of Children" to
be published by Hawthorn Books
Jan. 2.
The significant word in Dr. Good-
man's guide is "love." "What a
child needs most," he writes, "is
two parents who love and appreci-
ate each other."
In providing a loving home, par-
ents are also fulfilling the basic
emotional needs of their children:
MISS SONYA SCHUSSLER
security, protection, acceptance,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schussler
independence, faith, guidance, con-
trol. and, of course, love. Dr. of Virginia Dr., Southfield, an-
Goodman devotes several chapters nounce the engagement of their
to each Of these needs, stressing daughter Sonya to Norman R.
that they "are dependent on each Cohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
other in a complex and endless in- Cohn of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Schussler holds a BA in
teraction. You must supply all
eight of them to make sure that special education from Michigan'
your child grows up spiritually State University. Her fiance is also
sound and strong."
an MSU graduate.

es for Two Issues
Early Deadlines

Early deadlines will be in effect for all copy for the issues
of Dec. 27 and Jan. 3 of The Jewish New§.
For the issue of Dec. 27, the deadline will be at noon
Friday. Dec. 20.
Noon Friday, Dec. 27, will be the deadline for all copy
for the issue of Jan. 3.
Deadlines for Classified Ads will be: 1 p.m. Tuesday. Dec.
24. for the issue of Dec. 27, and 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 31, for
the issue of Jan. 3.
Because of the holiday mail rush, all copy from now
through January should be mailed early, or hand delivered.

Featured at Bond
Youth Fete, Sunday

Anne Sills Is Betrothed
to Mr. Allan Kleinman

Jack Malon, master magician,
actor and TV star, will be the guest
entertainer at "The Wonderful
World of Children" fashion show-
dinner, 4 p.m., Sunday, in the Ar-
menian Cultural Center, South-
field, it was announced by Mrs.
Robert Brody, chairman of the

Ex-Detroiters Receive
Israel Award in Orlando

Former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.

William Goodman (Gloria Pianka)
received the Jerusalem Liberation
Award at the Orlando-Israel Din-
ner of State in Florida recently.
Children of Mrs. Morris Pianka
of Harding Ave., Oak Park, and
Mrs. Jack Goodman of Mark
Twain Ave., the couple was hon-
ored for "distinguished service to
the economic development of Is-
rael."

The Goodmans. who have lived
in Orlando for the past 11 years,
attended Wayne State University.
They are prominent in Orlando
civic, business and philanthropic
activities.
Guest speakers at the dinner, on
behalf of Israel Bonds, were Lt.
Col. Itzhak Yavneh of Israel and
Robert Lurie, national chairman of
Honorees of Israel.

MISS ANNE SILLS

If one tells the truth, one is sure,
Mr. and Mrs. John Sills of W.
Outer Drive announce the engage- sooner or later, to be found out.
--Oscar Wilde.
ment of their daughter Anne to
Allan I. Kleinman, son of Mrs
Joseph Kleinman of Alexandria,
MUSIC BY
Va., and the late Mr. Kleinman. .
JACK MALON
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
young women's committee for Eastern Michigan University's col-
State of Israel bonds, which is lege of education. Mr. Kleinman is
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
sponsoring the event.
a graduate of Benjamin Franklin
LI 1-2563
More than 90 children will par- University.
ticipate as models, escorts and as
The couple plans an August wed-
members of the floor committee.
ding.
Shirley Raf is the fashion co-
pY COOP
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ordinator, and Fran Hamburger Singles Set Funfest
J 6 P
the fashion commentator. Round
JEWELER
The M & M's. Jewish singles
the clock fashions will be modeled
DIAMONDS - PEARLS - JEWELRY
with musical selections by Harvey , group (25-40), will hold a 'Decem-
PEARL AND BEAD STRINGING
Jay Weisberg and stage setting by ber Funfest' 8:30 p.m. today at the
106 Broderick Tower — 963-2573
Workmen's Circle Center.
Marvin Dictor.

SAM BARNETT

Malon was a protege of Black-
stone, the world famous magician
who taught him the mysteries of
the ancient art of magic. Malon
has appeared . on national TV
shows and is well known for his
work in the Catskill Mountain re-
sort area. He and his sister had a
weekl y radio p rogram
sketches in New York, He was a
member of the well known Henry
Street Players and appeared in a
series of Yiddish plays.
Dinner tickets may be obtained
at the door or by calling Israel
Bonds, DI 1-5707.

From LONDON, ENGLAND

ZAIST GIEDEIST
and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to your Individual Taste"

Call UN. 1-3065

YOUR FAVORITE STORE WANTS

YOUR CAT TO BE THEIR GUEST

Single Adults Planning
Mystery Ride, Dance

The Single Adult Group of the
Jewish Center (Age 27-40) will fea-
ture a mystery bus ride 2-8 p.m.
Dec. 15.
Deadline for reservations is Dec.
6. The fee includes round-trip
transportation by bus and a snack.
Participants are asked to dress
warmly and bring guitars or any
other light musical instrument.
For registration information, call
the Jewish Center, Group Services
Division, DI 1-4200.
The Single Adult Group will fea-
ture an evening of Israeli folk
dance instruction in Shiffman Hall
8:30 p.m. Dec. 17. Refreshments
will follow. The instructor will be
Gingi Kunianski. Nominal admis-
sion fee.

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HOLIDAY TIME--BUY NOW ANITcAVE !

1 '11

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Julius Harwood to Air
Views on Israel at Oneg lit

IMPORTED & DOMESTIC
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POPU LAR
$.119
13, with Julius J. Harwood, a mem-
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Jar I ;
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Harwood, manager of the metal-
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tor Co. Scientific Laboratory and a
member of the board of control of
Michigan Technological University
has just returned from a three-
week visit to Israel at the invita-
tion of the Hebrew University and
the Robert Szold Center of Applied
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versity about the establishment of
a college of applied science and
technology and also met with fac-
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