THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, April 11, 1969
Adas Shalom Ladies Set
Two Events This Week
Plans are complete for Adas
shalom Sisterhood's annual donor
truncheon to be held noon Monday
an the social hall.
Mrs. Abe Cherrin, chairman,
and her committee, have arrang-
ed for entertainment by Jocelyn
and Her Gypsies.
* * *
The sisterhood's Special Study
Institute will meet noon Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Joseph Katch-
ke, 17220 Pontchartrain. Rabbi
Leonard A. Cahan will lead the
discussion on "The Beauty of the
Jewish Home." Mrs. Herman
Canner is chairman of the insti-
IT STICKS TO THE
Martha Schlamme Coming to Women's World Conference
Martha Schlamme, who has
been praised by music and drama
critics throughout the world as a
"singing perfectionist and racon-
teur" will appear at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek 8 p.m. April 22. Ticket hold-
ers for Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood's
two - day "Woman's World-1969 -
conference will be entitled to bring
a guest without any additional
A frequent performer on the
both radio and
ous time s. She
made her opera-
tic debut with the
New York City
Opera and has
Brandeis Women Plan
Meeting, Book Sale
The annual election of of fi, ers
and directors meeting of the Bran-
deis University National Women's
Committee, Greater Detroit Chap-
ter, will be held noon .April 18 at
the Great Lakes Club.
"Portnoy's Complaint - by Philip
Roth, will be reviewed by Seymour
Riklin, coordinator of special proj
ects for the University Center for
Adult Education (Wayne State
University, University of Mich-
igan, Eastern Michigan Univer-
Before the meeting. a petite sub-
scription luncheon will be served.
at which new members w ill be
guests of the chapter. For reserva-
tions, call President Mrs. Harold
A. Robinson. 353-7757. Mrs. Iler-
bert Kallet is in charge of arrange-
Mrs. Jay Allen. vice president of
projects, announces that the chap-
ter is collecting for its April 28-
May 5 New Books for Old Sale.
Your family will love it—so thick
it sticks to the spaghetti, never
pool on your plate.
Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
three meatless sauces: Meatless,
Mushroom, Marinara. Keep all
three on hand for tempting
HAVE SOME SOON!
appeared with the Baltimore Sym-
Miss Schlamme does not sing
folk songs in the manner of a folk
singer. but rather as a concert
singer, adapting songs to her own
The opening conference ses-
sion Tuesday will present artist
and author Dorothy K. Gold-
berg. wife of Arthur J. Goldberg,
former ambassador of the United
States to the United Nations.
She will be followed that after-
noon by Doris White, an expert
conference Wednesday afternoon.
Sisterhood members will model.
Lunch will be available both
AJC Chapter to Try
American Jewish Congress, will
be the first organization to host an
experimental program of the Jew-
ish Community Council 8:95 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Mr. and
Morton Silberberg, 27320
Designed "to promote an en-
lightened and constructive under-
standing of the problems faced by
people and the effects of pre-
iodiee on their feelings," the panel
program will ultimately be avail-
able on request to Council-affiliat-
Panelists for the program, en-
titled 'Some of My Best Friends
Are — ''. are Mrs. Olamae Jordan
of the Urban League and Norman
Naimark of the Jewish Community
days. The "shoppers' mall" will
feature boutique shops, antique
jewelry sales, treasures shop,.
flower shop, bake shop, coffee
corner, kitchen gadget corner,
children's camp corner, "gram-
ma's c or n e r," stationery and
greeting card corner.
Mrs. Leonard Baron , 353-3844, is
chairman of tickets.
BY BERNARD H.
From LONDON, ENGLAND
and His ORCHESTRA
"Distinctive Styling in Mask
to your Individual Tests"
(all UN. 1-3065
Council. Mrs. Philip Bernstein will
Jerry Beck is president of Chaim
Weizmann Chapter, and Dr. Eric
Biller is the program chairman.
Billic Pivitiek Betrothed
0 .11r. Prayer of Ohio
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Proceeds will purchase urgently
needed books for Brandeis Univer-
sity's liberal arts and science li-
The women's committee is
asking the public to contribute
used or new books in good con-
dition, hard or paper backs, fic-
tion and nonfiction, in every
category. For pick-up service.
call Mrs. Rolfe Weil. 626-4440, or
Mrs. Joseph Bienenstock, 353-
WHEN YOU' BUY 2 CANS OF
The Brandeis Book Depot is
located at 704 W. Seven Mile. 893--
7747. Volunteers for sorting. mark-
ing and packing books also are
Mrs. Robert Drews, publicity
director, stated that persons who
are giving up large homes and
moving to smaller quarters may
help this project by donating their
books for the sale.
An estimate of the value of the
contribution will be given, if re-
quested, for income tax deduction.
MISS BILLIE PIVNICK
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pivnick of W.
Stonewood Ct., Farmington, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Billie to David Prayer,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Prayer
The bride-elect attends the Uni-
versity of Michigan where she is
affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority. Mr. Prayer is a graduate
of the U. of M. where be was a
member of Alpha Epsilon Pi Frat-
A June 22 marriage is set.
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
SILliN DAY ONLY
While the people should patrioti-
cally and cheerfully support their
in needlepoint art.
government, its functions do not
Goldie Adler will highlight the
Wednesday morning session with include the support of the people.
a "cook-in" and lecture on holiday
and typical Yiddish dishes. A
special cookbook with a suggested
Alusic the Stein-W(1;
title of "Measures of Treasures
from Shaarey Zedek Kitchens" is
now being compiled under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Fred Garon.
Recipes contributed by members
will have credit listings for con-
A fashion show with Rita Mil-
grim as coordinator will close the
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