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February 28, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-28

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24—Friday, February 28, 1969

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS ,

Windsor Pioneer Women to See
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5 at the Elmwood Casino are mod-
eled by these members of Ada
Maimon and Kinneret Chapters of
Pioneer Women, in Windsor. The
donor luncheon event also will fea-
ture Dvora Blanshay, national
president of Canadian Pioneer
Women as main speaker.
* * *

A showing of Israeli fashions has
been scheduled by Windsor's Ada
Maimon and Kinneret Chapters of
Pioneer Women for noon March 5
at the Elmwood Casbino.
The Pioneer Women's annual
donor luncheon also will feature
Dvora Blanshay, national president
of Canadian Pioneer Women, as
main speaker. Included in her dis-
cussion will be Migdal Haemek, a
community center in Israel that
caters to the needs of the entire
family and serves to integrate and
unify the new settlers.
According to Mrs. Anna Katzman
and Mrs. Malke Yuzpe of Ada
Maimon and Mrs. Avery Rezek of
Kinneret, co-sponsors of the lunch-
eon, all the costumes to be shown
were made, and in some cases also
designed, in Israel. The clothes
were completed by students in
sewing, dressmaking and design
courses. Pioneer Women, in con-
junction with Moetzet Hapoalot, the
Working Women's Council of Israel,
supports a -network of vocational
training centers throughout that
country.
The 23 costumes which will be
shown in the March 5 program are
part of a traveling show which has
been presented by Pioneer Women
clubs throughout Canada and the
United States. Mrs. Sharon Mock
will be commentator.
Arrangements for the fashion
show are under the direction of
Mrs. Norma Fink and Mrs. Phyllis
Winograd. Their committee con-
sists of Mrs. Layne Katzman, who
is in charge of the models; Mrs.
Judy Ordower, decorations; and
Mrs. Phyllis Armeland, publicity.
The models are Mesdames Nancy
Barat, Elaine Cohen, Sharon Hoch-

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ETERNAL LIGHT

discussion with Mrs. Morris J.

HEAR OUR VOICE

Feature: Rabbi Yitshak M. Ka-
gan will speak on "The Lesson of

Brandwine, executive vice chair-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
man of the Women's Division of
Station: WWJ
berg, Judy Hochberg, Sema Kozie-
Feature: "A Song for 'Queen this year's campaign.
* * *
rock, Cecile Nosanchuk, Lynda Esther." Written by the late Mor-
Lewin, Judy Eskin, Margaret Bor- ton Wishengrad, this drama with
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
enstein, Marmel Robuck and her song tells the story of Queen
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
daughter Brenda.
Esther, commemorating Purim.
Station: WKNR
* *

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Purim." "Melody Corner—Purim
Station: WCAR
Style" features Purim songs and
Feature: "Cantorial Masterpieces dances.
by Cantor Jacob Barkin" will fea-
The Bnai Brith Women's Council ture recordings with Cantor Har-
of Detroit will honor its "Women of old Orbach commenting.
Valor" at a petite luncheon noon
* *
Wednesday at Bnai David Syna-
HIGHLIGHTS
gogue
Orchestra and Entertainment
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Mrs. Andrew Berger, council
Station: Channel 2
membership chairman, and Mrs.
Feature: The concluding pro-
Ira Albion, council membership- gram in a four-part series on "The
retention chairman, have planned World of Federation," dealing with
to pay tribute to chapter presi- a look at what American Jewry
YOUR CANDID
dents, financial secretaries, reten- has done for Israel in terms of
tion workers and new members and social service and welfare. Narra-
their sponsors.
tor is George M. Zeltzer, chairman
Mrs. Gordon Fruitman, president of the Real Estate and Building
WILL BE -
of the council, said this is a thank Division, 1969 Allied Jewish Cam-
you to diligent workers through paign. Zeltzer participates in a
whose efforts the council has been
able to grow this past year.
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED
BY BERNARD H.
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formed together for the past seven
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offer Hebrew songs, Yiddish blues
and opera.
From - LONDON, ENGLAND
Assisting in the planning of this
afternoon are Mesdames Joseph
Dorfman, Sidney Eidelman, James
Kraft, Sam Linde, Alan Nathan,
Sylvia Ross, Arthur Schott, Joseph
Snyder and George Vine.

Bnai Brith to Honor
Its Women of Valor

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8rtgagetnents

The engagement of Ilyse Jill
Rosenthal, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse of Cam-
bridge Rd., and the late Mr. Myron
Rosenthal, to Daniel A. Nauts, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nauts of
Rogers City, Mich. is announced.
Mr. Nauts is a senior medical stu-
dent at the University of Michigan
and a member of Nu Sigma Nu
Fraternity. A May wedding is
planned.
* * *
The engagement of Candace Jill
Cantor to Lee Steinberg is an-
nounced by the bride-elect's moth-
er, Mrs. Samuel Cantor of Robert
St., Southfield. Mr. Steinberg is the
son of the Irving Steinbergs of Cur-
tis Avenue. A June 22 Wedding is
planned.
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin High-
man of Bethesda, Md., announce
the engagement of their daughter
Barbara to Lawrence Allen Gold-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Goldman of Lesure Ave. Dr. High-
man received her MD degree from
the University of Michigan. Mr.
Goldman received his masters de-
gree from the University of Mich-
igan and is pursuing graduate stu-
dies at Wayne State University.
They will be married June 22 in
Washington, D.C.

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8 p.m. Monday at the home of
President Mrs. Harvey Greene,
17188 Indiana. Selection of a slate
of officers several members of the
auxiliary and_post recently servic-
ed 300 men at the Ann Arbor Vet-
erans Hospital with canteen books
and fruit and entertainment.
* * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday at the new Jew-
ish War Veterans headquarters.
Refreshments will be served by the
post.
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OAK PARK POST and AUXILI-
ARY will present an American
flag to the newly dedicated addi-
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tion of the Oak Park Library 7:30
be shown at a fashion show March
p.m. Tuesday.

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