THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, January 2, 1970
Mrs. Max Stollman
to Show Art Work
Spoken at Temple Israel
The senior adult art classes of
the Jewish Center will sponsor an
art exhibit and sale in the main
lobby of the Center beginning
Monday and continuing through-
out the month. The community is
Mrs. Max Stollman has been
invited to view the oils, water-
named chairman of the women's
colors and charcoal sketches cre-
division of the 1970 Allied Jewish
ated by the senior adults during
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund,
the past few months.
The senior adults will host a
special preview for their friends,
children and grandchildren on
Participants in the show are
Martha Bernard, Jay Bleiweiss,
Martin Eden, Fannie Elson,
Esther Freedman, Hyman Gins-
burg, Minnie Hurwitz, Theodore
Hurwitz, Fanny King, Mayme
Levine, Ben Naimark, Carrie
MRS. ANDREW ELLIAS
Reistman, Leah Rubel, Morris
Stein and Sonia Zabludovsky.
Judith H. Ochs became the bride
A special board will display the of Andrew Robert Ellias in a Sat-
pictures of each artist and a short urday ceremony at Temple Israel.
Rabbis M. Robert Syme and Leon
biography about him.
MRS. MAX STOLLMAN
Art classes for Center senior Fram and Cantor Harold Orbach
Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier, president adult members are held at the
Pafents of the couple are Mr.
of the Jewish Welfare Federation Center every Tuesday and Thurs-
day from 10 a.m. to noon and and Mrs. Louis Ochs of Connecti-
Women's Division, announced.
cut Ave., Southfield, and Dr. and
Mrs. Melvin Kolbert was ap- from 1 to 3 p.m. at no charge.
Mrs. Sydney Ellias of Cass Ave.
pointed to head the women's pre-
campaign, which solicits gifts $500
The bride's Empire gown of
and over, Mrs. Jackier said.
English net featured a high
Mrs. Stollman is a member of
neck, bishop sleeves and bodice
the board of governors of the Jew-
appliqued with beaded Alencon
ish Welfare Federation and a dir-
lace and bands of satin, along
ector of the Jewish Center.
with a peau de sole A-line skirt.
Her head piece of rose petals
She was chairman of the wo-
and satin ribbons secured a
men's division during the 1969
veil of silk illusion.
dirve when the division raised
more than $1,000,000 for the first
Carole Ochs served as matron
time in its history. She is presi-
of honor, and bridesmaids includ-
dent of the Detroit chapter and a
ed Barbara Ellias, Nancy Gorman,
national chairman of the Ameri-
Suzi Perlstein and Renee Robin-
can Women of Bar-Ilan Univer-
Frank Ellias was best man, and
Mrs. Kolbert is a member of the
ushers included Lawrence Ochs,
board and corresponding secretary
Ashley Gorman, Richard Ruby,
of the Women's Division Federa-
Jeffrey Stone and Steve Rice.
tion. She was a member of the
The couple will honeymoon in
United Jewish Appeal Women's
Division Mission to Israel early
Other pre-campaign women's di-
vision officers are: vice-chairmen,
Mesdames Louis Berry, Alfred L.
MISS LINDA SELIGMAN
Deutsch, William L. Deutsch and '
Mrs. Beth Chernikov of Penning
David Handleman. Mrs. I. Jerome
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Seligman
Hauser and Mrs. Harry L. Jones of Hubbell Ave. announce the ton Dr. announces the engagement
are advisers, and Mrs. Hyman engagement of their daughter of her daughter Faye Paula to Dr.
Linda Gail to Laurence Richard Robert S. Levine, son of Mr. and
Safran, executive secretary.
Boxer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Josei.:1 Levine of Knob Woods
Dr., Southfield. Miss Chernikov is
I value more the privilege of Boxer of St. Marys Ave.
seeing great things in loneliness
Miss Seligman and Mr. Boxer the daughter of the late Abraham
than the fame of a prophet.
are both seniors at the University Chernikov. Dr. Levine is a grad-
—John Keats. of Michigan. An August wedding uate of Wayne State University's
medical school. The couple plans
a spring wedding.
PRECAUTIONS FOR DIABETES
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Paul Chap-
Diabetes is most likely to develop
in someone who is overweight, or man of Tilden Ave., Pontiac, an-
who is over 45, or who has a fam- nounces the engagement of their
ily history of diabetes (blood rel- daughter Nancy Ellen, to Bernard
atives have had it). When some- Joel Kay, son of Mrs. Harry Cei-
one meets two or all three of these fetz of Toronto, formerly of South-
conditions, the chances of develop- field, and the late Mr. Ceifetz.
ing diabetes become even greater. They will be married June 21.
Frequent testing for diabetes is
a wise precaution in all cases.
Linda Seligman Plans
.11a rriage to 31r. Boxer
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collections of Detroit's 1969 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency
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the national conference in New
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