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January 16, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-16

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26—Friday, January 16, 1970


January Is Histadrut Month
for Pioneer Women in Detroit

Declaring the month of JanLary who was born and educated in
as "Histadrut Month," the Detroit England and went to Israel after
Council of Pioneer Women, headed World War II to become the sec-
by Mrs. Aaron Katzman, president, retary to Dr. Dov Joseph, the
has scheduled a tea for 12:30 p.m. military governor of Jerusalem.
Thursday at the Detroit Federation Later, Mrs. Givton became press
of Musicians building (formerly attache with the Israel Embassy
in Washington.
the Labor Zionist Institute.)
The program will feature as
Her husband, Ilanoch Givton,
guest speaker Mrs. Minna Givton,
was director-general of Kol Yis-
rael, Israel's State Broadcasting
Service, and at present he is with
the Israel delegation at the
United Nations in charge of in-
formation and publicity. It was
just announced that Givton has

- ang B ride Criterion Club Schedules Fisher Theater Party
marcia 11 " og
Criterion Club for single adults

of Fred _Nathan Sturm



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The Broadway musical "Zorba"
will hold a theater party 7:30 p.m
Sunday at the Fisher Theater, an - will be featured. For information,
nounced Betty Weinberg, program call Miss Weinberg, 532-8855.




American United Life Insurance Company


Robert Ferber Travel
to halr for Honermoon

been appointed director-general
of the ministry of tourism.


In a recent ceremony at the Ra-
leigh House, Alene Marsha Lofman
became the bride of Robert Mi-
chael Farber. Cantor Harold Or-
bach was soloist.
After honeymooning in Italy, the
newlyweds are residing in Warren.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Lofman of Ram-
blewood Dr., Farmington, and
Mr. and Mrs. David I. Farber of
Marlow Ave., Oak Park.
Lisa Lofman served her sister as
maid of honor, and bridesmaids
were Gini Kaufman, Mrs. Bruce
Gallant, Mrs. Alex Berman, Mrs.
Sanford Feurer, Laurie Farber and
Anita Lofman, sister of the bride.
Sidney Farber served his brother
as best man, and ushers included
Bruce Gallant, Sheldon Rocklin,
Alan Cohen and Mark Farber.
Also in the wedding party were
the bride's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Kauffman, and the
bridegroom's grandfather, Mr. Hy-
man Barish.

Sholem Aleichem Oneg
to Focus on Histadrut

Sholem Aleichem Institute will
hold on oneg Shabat, with Laible
Hoffmitz, regional director of the
Labor Zionist Movement, discuss.
ing "Histadrut—.Half a Century of
Nation Building," 8:30 p.m. Jan.
Hoffmitz has been actively asso-
ciated with the Labor Zionist
movement on a local and national
level since his arrival in Canada
at age 14. He was associated with
the trade union movements in New
York, and in 1947 became a resi-
dent of Detroit. He is currently it
America as an emissary from the
World Center of the Labor Zionist
Since 1961, Hoffmitz has made
his home in Israel and served as
assistant director of the American-
Canadian Histadrut Center, Bet
The oneg Shabat is open to the
public at no charge.

The Sholem Aleichem Institute
is preparing for its seventh annual
exhibit and sale of Michigan art-
ists Feb. 6-8. A "Meet the Artists"
night will be held the opening eve-
ning, and on Saturday, at 8 p.m.,
Paul Winter will be guide for the

According to the March of Dimes,
many medical reports have shown
association between heavy

smoking and the birth of under-
weight babies.

Musical entertainment will be
provided by Cantor Harold Orbach
of Temple Israel, accompanied on
the piano by Mrs. Bella Goldberg.
There is no admission charge,
and members of Pioneer Women
are invited to bring friends and
neighbors. Refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Gerald Goldberg is in
charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Bessie Berris, chairman of
the Pioneer Women's division of
the Histadrut Campaign, said that
local chapters
will focus atten-
tion on solicita-
tion of pledges
through the end
of January. Pio-
neer Women
raises a signifi-
cant portion of
funds to support
Histadrut social
and welfare pro-
grams in Israel.
Mrs. Sam Was-
serman and Mrs.
Moe Saslove, vice
-" "
presidents in 1 11.
Mrs. Berris
charge of funds,
assured the Histadrut leadership
that since 1970 is Histadrut's Ju-
bilee Year, Pioneer Women will
make every effort to exceed last
year's quota.
Chapter .Histadrut chairmen are
Ida Katz, Club One; Pauline Liber-
son, Club Two; Estelle Wilk, Avo-
dah; Isabel Unrot, Brandeis; Pearl
Nusbaum, Business and Profes-
sional; Ruth Bright, Chana
Czenesh; Ilene Kertes, Degania;
Sulamis Goldoftas, Dimona; Tillie
Epstein. Golda Meir; Rose Grus-
kin, Hanita; Edith Singer, Israel;
Sophie Tatelman, Kinneret; Betty
Karbal, Massada; Fannie Press,
Negbah; and Mary Shuster, Sha-

Akiva Will Treat
Donors to Party
Prior to Concert



Marcia Carol Wolfgang became
the bride of Fred Nathan Sturm in
a candlelight ceremony at the Ra-
leigh House. Rabbis Leon Fram
and M. Robert Syme and Cantor
Harold Orbach officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Wolfgang of Knob
Woods Dr., Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Sturm of San Mateo,
The bride's satin gown fea-
tured appliques of Alencon lace
on the sleeves, bodice and train.
Her mantilla was also covered
with lace. She carried a bouquet
of roses.
Bridal attendants were Barbara
Miller, Mrs. Robert Steinberg. Rita
Stark, junior bridesmaid, and Ju-
dith Stark, flowergirl.
Allen Sturm served his brother
as best man, and ushers included
Josef Klein, Max Greespan and
Paul Stark.
The couple honeymooned in Eu-
rope and the Mediterranean.

Detroit Hasidim to Be
at Yarzeit Observance
of Lubavitcher Rebbe

A chartered bus will carry 35
Detroit Hasidim to New York for N
the commemoration Saturday eve-
ning of the 19th yarzeit of the late
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Joseph
I. Schneersohn, who died on the
10th of Shevat, 1950.
Rabbi Schneersohn headed the
Lubavitcher movement from 1920,
through a turbulent period in Jew-
ish history.
The 10th of Shevat also marks
the completion of 20 years' leader-
ship by his son-in-law and succes-
sor, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
sohn, the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

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Commemorating the yareit, the
rebbe will deliver a public ad-
dress 9 p.m. Saturday at the
Lubavitcher Center in Brooklyn.

Large delegations from through.
out the world, including two char-
tered planes from Israel, will be
present at this celebration.


Mrs. Charles Levi and Mrs. Sa-

lek Lessman, chairmen, plan the
pre-concert cocktail party for
donors to Akiva Hebrew D a y
School, 8 p.m. at North Park
Towers. Cantor Harold Orbach
will present a program of He-
brew and Jewish melodies. Spe-

cial recognition is being accord-
ed to Sigmund Rohlik, honorary
concert chairman, for his long
dedication to the field of educa-
tion and his support of the He-
brew Day School. The school's
second annual Detroit Symphony
concert will be held Feb. 22 at
Ford Auditorium, featuring
guest conductor Sergiu Comis-
siona and violinist Madeline
Schatz. For ticket information,
contact the concert office, 24350
Southfield, 357-2302-3.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Panush of
Lafayette Cir., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Naomi Sharon to Stanley
Salus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Salus of Washington, D.C. Miss
Panush is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Mr. Salus is
a graduate of Tulane University
and the American University Law
School. A March wedding is

Circus Show Sponsored
by Society for Crippled
Children and Adults

The Detroit Society for Crippled
Children and Adults will sponsor
a matinee performance of the
Shrine Circus at the State Fair-
grounds Feb. 2.
Close to 7,000 circus tickets are
being sold by the Detroit Society
at general admission price. All pro-
ceeds will be devoted to mainten-
ance of the Detroit Society's ser-
ciety's therapy center, 17330 Schae-

vices. For tickets, contact the So-
fer, UN 1-0531.

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