Sholem Aleichem Art Show Begins
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, February 6, 1970
George Flesch, former member
of Israel's Knesset, will address
the Pioneer Women's leadership
reception and dessert luncheon to
be hosted by Mrs.
Moe Saslove in
the Knob in the
Woods Club Room
in Southfield, 1
A member of
the British Man-
date, Flesch was
of the Vaad Leu-
mi, the agency '
Mrs. Louis Papo Heads
Cancer Society Unit
Mrs. Louis Papo, 24021 Marlow,
Oak Park, an active volunteer for
the American Cancer Society, will
serve as branch general chairman
for the ACS in Oak Park during
Mrs. Papo has served as a Can-
cer Society volunteer for the past
10 years. She is a past member of
the Michigan Division board of
directors, has served on the soci-
ety's state awards committee and
is presently a director of the Oak-
land unit's board.
In addition to her duties as
branch general chairman, Mrs.
Papo also will serve as Oak Park's
Cancer Crusade chairman. She is
a member of the Sephardic Com-
munity of Greater Detroit.
Dates for this year's Cancer Cru- ,
sade in Oakland County are April'
IT STICKS TO THE
Your family will love it—so thick
It sticks to the spaghetti, never
sinks to a 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!
Turover Fete Aids Neatly
Flesch to Address
Alec Bear and Nathan Herby are
Pioneer Women's Fete chairmen
of the Turover Aid So-
Sholem Aleichem Institute's seventh annual art show, opening
today at 11 a.m., will continue through Sunday at the institute under
the the chairmanship of Mrs. Herbert Schein (center). Assisting ber
as committee chairmen are (from left) Mesdames Kenneth Gould,
secretarial; Gertrude Forman, sales director; and Julius Harwood,
display. Hours for the show are 11 a.m.-5 p.m., resuming at 8 p.m.,
today; noon-10 p.m. Saturday; and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. This evening
there will be a "Meet the Artist" champagne party; and radio-TV
personality Paul Winter will conduct an exhibit "tour" 8 p.m. Satur-
day. Tickets will be available at the door.
Border-Cities Conference on Rearing
Children of Good Will Set Feb. 19
annual Border-Cities leaders are Walter E. Klein, execu-
Conference on Rearing Children of tive director of the Jewish Com-
Good Will will be held 9:30 a.m.- munity Council, and Sherwood
2:45 Feb. 19 at the Rackham Sandweiss, Michigan area direc-
Purpose of this conference is to
provide the opportunity for adults
responsible for youth guidance to
explore areas of major importance
in rearing children of good will.
It is a project of the Detroit
Round Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews, in
cooperation with the Canadian
Council and the Ann Arbor Chap-
ter of the National Conference and
48 leading metropolitan Detroit
and Greater Windsor area parent
and community organizations.
of Israel on May
14,1948. He fought
in the War of In-
after the estab-
lishment of the state, was elected
to the Knesset. He was active or-
ganizing sports in Israel through
the Maccabi Sports and Youth Or-
ganiaztion. He is a foremost water
polo champion, has competed in
Olympic swimming meets and cap-
tained Israeli waer polo teams in
world competition. He is the organ-
izer of the World Maccabi Games.
The leadership reception is in
advance of the annual Detroit Pio-
neer Women's Israel Bond lunch-
eon, to be held Feb. 26.
tor, American Jewish Committee.
Hostess-recorders in these morn-
When we read too fast or too
ing sessions include Mrs. Louis G.
Redstone, League of Jewish Wom- slowly, we understand nothing.
en's Organizations; Mrs. Frederick
F. Shevin, Detroit Section, Nation-
al Council of Jewish Women; and
Mrs. Andrew Berger, Bnai Brith
From your Mother-In-Law In
Women's Council of Metropolitan
Following luncheon there will
be other discussion groups per-
taining to problems in today's
society. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
of Temple Israel will lead a dis-
cussion of "Is There a Genera.
tion Gap? How are You Listen-
Among these groups are the
Jewish Community Conn c i 1,
American Jewish Committee,
Deadline for luncheon reserva-
American Jewish Congress'
is Thursday. For informa-
Council of Michigan and Detroit tions
tion, contact the Detroit Round
Women's Division, League of Table,
Jewish Women's Organizations,
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Men's and Women's Councils Kellerman-Liebowitz
and the National Council of Jew-
ish Women Detroit Section.
Vows Set for Next Fall
Mrs. Martha Cohen of the Jew-
ALL SPECIALS GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST
YOUNG BEEF LIVER
BONELESS CHUCK STEAK .
Fresh Kosher Made
3-lbs. or more lb.
13500 WEST SEVEN MILE ROAD
Proceeds will go toward the
needy in Israel, and the public is
invited. For reservations, call
Bear, LI 5-7394.
FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
And His Orchestra
OUR NEW ADDRESS
25435 SOUTHFIELD RD.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
1350 N. WOODWARD, BIRMINGHAM
CALL BUS. MI 4-1930
FOR CUSTOM DRAPERY CLEANING
ish Community Council assisted in
planning the program, and Mrs.
Milton Schwartz of the AJCon-
gress' Detroit Women's Division is
a chairman of the hospitality com-
The day will begin with a play,
"A Question of Values" by Nor-
man Rosten, produced by Cass
Technical High School performing
arts students under the student
direction of Bertha Thomas, super-
vised by Mrs. Frances Hamburger,
performing arts curriculum head.
Following the performance, 23
groups will work with skilled
leaders, discussing points raised in
the drama. Among the discussion
ciety's Mo'os Hitim dinner, to be
held 6:30 p.m. March 15 at Tur-
"All That The Names Implies"
DO ALL THE WORK - REMOVE & INSTALL
11410 JOS. CAMPAU
Suburban Call Collect Did Operator .. .
Ask for ENterprise 7818 or reverse charges
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Keller-
man of Pembroke Ave. announce
the engagement of their daughter
Dolores Ann to Stanley Jerome
Liebowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Liebowitz of Jeanette Ave.,
The bride-elect is a senior in
occupational therapy at Wayne
State University. She is affiliated
with Iota Alpha Pi Sorority. Mr.
Liebowitz is completing his studies
in economics at Wayne.
A Sept. 19 wedding is planned.
Center Parent Group
to Hear Stock Consultant
Phil Nero, a stock market con-
sultant, will speak on investments
at a regular bimonthly meeting of
Parents Without Partners 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish Center.
A question-answer period and re-
freshments will follow.
• • •
• • •
IT'S SAFE !
BEST PRICE — BEST QUALITY !
• • • KOSHER TRAY CATERING
• s AND CHICKEN DINNERS
FOR BRISS, PIDYON HA-BEN OR REHEARSAL PARTIES!
NEW CROP OF INDIAN NUTS JUST ARRIVED
• • • Roosted
Whole Chicken or Turkey with Stuffing, Potatoes and
Gravy • Cheese Blintzes • Tasty Delicious Kishko • Fresh
• Daily • Chopped Liver • Chopped Herring • Dill Pickles •
18252 WYOMING near CURTIS
We Deliver is Southfield
make poor cooversation.—Goethe. reowitombOwarmimeemememeddenranrintoroemenme81.3
Contradiction and flattery both