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April 04, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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24—Friday, April 4, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Shalom Women Set Lunch, Program
Ifellner-Last .Aruptials Ades
Adas Shalom Sisterhood's pro- tional Women's League script con-

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activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Sandel will host a United Israel Bond leader-
ship reception 8:30 p.m. Sunday at their home, 24731 Sussex, Oak Park.
Guest speaker will be Hy Kalus. a leading director of the Habima
Theater in Israel. The reception is in advance of the United Israel
Bond Dinner-Dance to be held May 24 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Spon-
sors are five organizations, including the Zionist Revisionists, Sephardic
Community of Detroit, United Jewish Social Club, Radomer Mutual
Society and Workmen's Circle, Branch 227.
Beta Kappa Chapter of Sigma Delta Tau recently installed officers
at the St. Regis Hotel with dinner and reception following at the Mac-
Gregor Memorial on the Wayne State University campus. Among the
guests were Patsy Linderman, national president; Harriet Rodenberg,
national vice president; and Regine Cohane, Detroit attorney and a
founder of Sigma Delta Tau. Officers are Bobbi Stein, president; Nikki
Weiss and Leah Krauss, vice presidents; Janice Green, secretary;
Marlene Aria, rush chairman; and Judy Sonshine, treasurer.
The Turover Aid Society recently honored member Jacob Nosan-
chuck. on the occasion of his 80th birthday. The party, attended by his
children. grandchildren and relatives, as well as the society's member-
ship, also served as a bon voyage for Mr. Nosanchuck and his wife who
are spending Passover in Israel. The honoree was presented with two
plaques and an Israeli Bible.
Elaine Zaks home from her studies during the Passover recess at
the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York, will be wel-
comed by Seminary friends at a reception in her honor, 8:30 p.m.,
Monday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Waldman, 22740 Bellwood,
Southfield. Among the participants will be these parents of 13 Detroit
area students currently enrolled at the seminary: Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pollock, Mrs. Joseph Rosen, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Schiff, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Shevitz, Mr. and Mrs. David Tanzman, Mrs. Toby Ulrych, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wolok, and Mrs. Philip Zaks,
mother of Elaine. The reception committee, headed by Mr. Waldman,
includes Rabbi Leonard S. Cahan, Ben Goldberg, Harry J. Goldberg,
Max H. Goldsmith, Herbert Harris, Jonathan David Hyams, and Kopel
Kahn. Also, A. I. Morrison, Robert Ruch, Sidney Shevitz, Rudolph Shul-
man, Samuel S. Simmer, Leonard Tigay and Milton Weiss.

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'Millionaires' to Assist Children

MRS. SIMON WELLNER

Carol Dee Last became the bride
of Simon Wellner in a recent eve-
ning ceremony at Cong. Bnai Da-
vid. Rabbi Aaron Brander offi-
ciated.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Marcus Last of Jeanette
Ave., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Wellner of Kenwyck Dr.,
Southfield.

gram of service to the synagogue,
aid to the youth department, schol-
arships, Braille classes and com-
munity philanthropic activities will
get an assist from the annual donor
luncheon noon April 14 in the
social hall.
Mrs. Abe Cherrin, vice president
of sisterhood and donor chairman,
said plans include a catered lunch-
eon arranged by Mrs. Baruch Ul-
rych. Mrs. A. I. Morrison, program
vice president, announces that
"Jocelyn and her
Gypsies" will en-
tertain.
The only wom-
an leader of an
all-male gypsy
orchestra in the
United States,
Mrs. Krieger has
appeared as a
soloist with the
Detroit Symphony Mrs. Krieger
Orchestra and with the Detroit
Concert Band.
As a writer she has been pub-
lished in national magazines, and
her script "For This Is a Jewish
Soul" won third prize in the Na-

Israel's needy children in infant centers, day nurseries, kindergartens

and summer camps and educating Israel's youth in agricultural and
vocational high schools, youth villages and training farms. Assisting
Mrs. Wasserman are (from left) Mesdames Jack Reitman, Joe Shus-
ter, Herman Kanter and Aaron Katzman, Council president. Com-
mittee members not present are Mesdames Norman Leeman, Moe
Saslove, Saul Rose, Milton Weiss, Sam Lupovich and Jacob Wilk. For
information, call the Pioneer Women office, 341.0722.

Seder Luncheon for 250 Patients
of State Hospitals Set by Co-Op Council

The 16 affiliated groups of Co-
operative Council, League of Jew-
ish Women's Organizations, again
will sponsor a Passover seder for
the residents of Northville, Ypsi-
lanti, Wayne County General and
Plymouth Training state hospitals.
Some 250 patients will be guests at
the seventh annual event noon
Monday at Oak Manor Caterers.
Under the supervision of Rabbi
Solomon Gruskin, chaplain at the
hospitals, both young and old pa-
tients will be bussed to the lunch-
eon, at which Cantor Hyman Adler
of Cong. Bnai David, humorist
Max Sosin and Mrs. Bella Goldberg
will provide the entertainment.

Mrs. Abe Bookstein, chairman
of Cooperative Council, stressed
the importance of providing op-
portunities for patients to get
outside in stitution grounds.
"They're hungry for love," she
said. "Very often, we are their
family."

Some former patients who have
been released on foster home care
will be present at the luncheon, to
which families of the hospital resi-
dents are invited.
Member organizations of Co-op
Council again will underwrite the

cost of the luncheon and will each
send a representative to the affair.
The 16 affiliates are Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity (Detroit Wom-
en), Aesculapian Society Ladies
Auxiliary, Children Unlimited,
David-Horodoker Women's Organi-
zation, Equality Club, Hebrew
Ladies Aid Society, Home Relief
Society, Infants Service Group,
Jewish War Veterans Ladies Aux-
iliary, New Study Club, Primrose
Benevolent Club, Roche' Laya
Stepin Aid Societ y, Sheruth
League, United Order True Sisters,
Women's Bicur Cholem, Youth
Education League and Zedakah
Club.
President of the League is Mrs.
J. Stewart Linden.

Single Adults to Explore
Cultural Bridge Building

Jewish Single Adults (age 25-40)
will hear a talk on "Building a
Trans-Atlantic Bridge" by Rabbi
James I. Gordon 8:30 p.m. April
15 at the Jewish Center. Rabbi
Gordon, of Young Israel Center of
Oak-Woods, will deal with the im-
portance of Israel to the American
Jew.

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Sister of the bridegroom, Bar-
bara Wenner, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Donna Gersh-
kowitz of Newton, Mass., Randa
Weinstein and Pauline Eisler. Lora
Last and Pammy Wellner, sisters
of the couple, served as junior
bridesmaids.
James Siefer was best man,
while the bride's brother, Jocl
Last, Marvin Horowitz, Steveu
Bernstein and Jan Rosenbaum
served as ushers.
After a honeymoon trip to New
York City, the newlyweds reside
in Detroit.

BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY an-
nounces its newly elected officers
are Miriam Lawrence, president;
Carol Burke and Annette Braun-
stein, vice persidents; Gerry Feld-
man, chaplain; Rase Wagner, sec-
retary; Lottie Harris, treasurer;
Betty Katzman, guard; and Lil
Betman, historian.
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SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY, will meet
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Jewish
War Veterans headquarters. Host-
esses will be Marye Greenblatt
and Jean Bigelman. President
Betty Spinner announces that sec-
ond nomination and election of
officers will be held. The auxiliary.
assisted by the post, will hold the
annual Passover seder at Battle
Creek Veterans Hospital Sunday.
Passover foods will be served to
the Jewish patients, and seder
services will be conducted by
Rabbi Myron B. Movsky. Volun-
teers are asked to call hospital
chairman Ann Rubin, KE 5-4031.

The joy of life is to put out one's
power in some natural and useful
or harmless way. There is no
other. And the real misery is not
to do this.—Oliver Wendell Hol-

From LONDON, ENGLAND

The bride wore an Empire
A-line gown of taffeta with ap-
pliques of peau d'ange lace at
the bodice. It featured long
sleeves, deep hem border and
removable chapel-length train,
edged in matching lace. She car-
ried a rose and orchid cascade
on her Bible.



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World Jewish Child's Day will be observed at the Annual Million-
aire's Party of the Detroit Council of Pioneer Women 8:30 p.m. April
12 at the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs. Sam Wasserman (right), vice-
president of funds, announces that proceeds will go toward helping

test this year. She is a member of
Bnai Moshe Sisterhood and the
Livonia Jewish Congregation Sis-
terhood.
Also participating in the pro-
gram are Mrs. Jacob Axelrod and
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, who will
enact a portion of Mrs. Krieger's
prize-winning script. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue office,
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