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September 04, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-04

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26—Friday, September 4, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A Jewish Southern Belle Holds Reins
of National Federa lion of Music Clubs

The first Jewish Sunday school
teacher in the town of Gastonia,
N.C., Hinda Honigman was des-
tined to be first again and again.
Last week, as the first Jewish
president of the 600,000-member
National Federation of Music
Clubs, she paid a visit to Detroit.
Mrs. Honigman was here for the
annual national convention of the
federation. at which the Music
Study Club, the only member or-
ganization com-
prised solely of
Jewish women,
played an instru-
mental role.
It was the Mu-
sic Study Club,
in fact, which
more than a year
ago introduced a
program of cul-
tural aid to Isra-
el adopted last Mrs. Honigman
week by the convention as a na-
tional program.
The project will involve the
sending of funds, instruments and
sheet music to Israel.
Mrs. Honigman, who was in Is-
rael with her husband Maurice
three years ago, describes it as
"God's country—a singing nation"
and she said she looks upon the

Rita G rossma n Enpiged
/'a v Norman Dines
to

1fiss Tobias, 11. r.IVan ne s ' `Tzedaka' Theme
fled at Temple Israel of Center Art Show

When one has much to put into
them, a day has a hundred pockets.
—Friedrich Nietzsche.

"Tzedaka: Justice—the Eternal
YOUR CANDID COLOR
Challenge" is the theme of a print
exhibit now at the Jewish Center
new federation project "with a
through Sept. 21.
great deal of pride."
WILL BE
The artists, all residents of
Mrs. Honigman, whose mother
southern California, have national
termed the Hadassah•sisterhood
and international reputations. All
in Gastonia, is a southern belle
are represented in the collections
in the traditional sense, right
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
of galleries and museums in this
down to the drawl. But there is
country and in Europe and have
the
in
no denying her energy
received numerous awards in
music world, attested to by a
major art exhibitions.
AND ASSOCIATES
four-page biography.
There is a message about justice
in the 35 works represented in the
KE 1-8196
Among the most impressive
show, according to Katherine Ka-
facets: she is first vice president
dell, exhibit coordinator. Although
of the National Music Council and
the theme is based on the Bible,
was the first woman to serve as
"it has the universal elements of
•••='
r:
acting president; she is on the
man's concern for man."
board of directors of the American
The community is invited with-
Symphony Orchestra League: she
out charge. Prints may be pur-
is the originator of American
MRS. JOHN NANNES
chased. For information, call the
Music Month; she has raised more
than $85,000 for scholarships and
In a recent ceremony at Temple Center, 341 - 4200, extension 292.
cabins at the Transylvania Music Israel, Carole Joy Tobias was
Camp in North Carolina, and a married to John Murray Nannes,
music library at the camp, do- with Rabbis Leon Fram and Mor-
nated by 20 states, is named for ton Kanter and Cantor Harold
her.
Orbach officiating.
On Oct. 6, Mrs. ,Honigman will be
Parents of the couple are Mr.
a special guest at a White House and Mrs. Julian S. Tobias of Lan-
24950 Lohser, nr. 10 Mile
high tea, on the occasion of the caster Dr.. Southfield, and Mr.
ground breaking of the national and Mrs. Charles P. Nannes of
REGISTRATION
federation's headquarters on "Sym- Findlay, 0.
2, 3, or 5 days a week
phony Hill." The latter is located
The bride was attended by her
Morn., Aft. & All Day
in the midst of a national park sister, Mrs. Marvin Mitteldorf.
BIG BANDS or
by appointment
dedicated to the performing arts, Michael Nannes was best man for
Limited Trans.
SMALL COMBOS
and the land on which the federa- his brother.
tion building will stand was do-
353-7320 — EL 6-6633
642-5520
After a motor trip into Canada,
nated through Mrs. Honigman's
the couple will live in Ann Arbor.
efforts.
The granddaughter of a cantor.
Mrs. Honigman studied voice at
the Peabody Conservatory in Bal-
timore, but after her marriage 47
the latest in
years ago plunged into musical
• Sportswear
COOPER-ZACK: In a ceremony
activities as a club organizer.
• Pant Suits
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Caroline
Mrs. Honigman complains that
• Jewelry
Ann Zack became the bride of
• Bridesmaid Dresses
there is too little Jewish leader-
Stephen C. Cooper. Rabbis Irwin
• Dresses & Gowns
ship in music clubs despite the
Groner and Jacob Segal officiated,
• Accessories
importance of Jewish names in
assisted by Cantors Jacob Barkin
the ranks of performing artists.
and Nicholas Fenakel. The bride is
However, she expressed pride in
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
the local Music Study Club's ef-
Southfield, Mich.
354-3554
P. Zack of Providence Dr., South-
Lois
Sylvia
forts to aid young Jewish artists
26571 W. 12 Mile Rd
Ekelman
Alpert
field. The bridegroom is the son
(1/2 Block West of Northw
Hwy.)
and in its Israel program.
of Mrs. Mollie Cooper of Southwood
Mrs. Honigman lamented that Dr., Southfield, and the late David
her federation activities have kept L. Cooper. The bride wore a beaded
her away from home for the past A-line gown of organza trimmed in
three Mother's Days. But, as all Alencon lace. Mrs. H. James Zack
grandmothers do, she has nahes was matron of honor. Deborah Rob-
from her daughter's four children: bins and Judith Harris were brides-
All of them are musical.
maids. Robert Zack, brother of the
bride, served as best man. Ushers
AVAILABLE AT
were Dr. William Hellenbrand of
New Haven, Conn., Leslie Gour-
witz, Jeffrey K. Chase and H.
James Zack, brother of the bride.
18922 W. McN ICHOLS
The couple will reside in Royal
Six Blocks West of Southfield
Oak.

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WALLCOVERINGS WITH THAT
DECORATOR'S TOUCH

Delve Rabinowitz, Bride
of 50 Years Celebrate

Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Grossman
of Rosemary Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Rita to Norman Dines,
son of Mrs. Esther Dines of
Meyers Rd. and the late Mr. Sid-
ney Sol Dines.
Miss Grossman is a graduate of
the University of Michigan's col-
lege of nursing. Her fiance is a
graduate of the Detroit Institute
of Business Administration and
holds a masters degree from
Eastern Michigan University.
The wedding is scheduled for
November.
MR., MRS. DAVE RABINOWITZ

Young at Heart Fashions
Modeled by N.Y. Aged

The Jewish News regrets errors
in identification of the bridal party
for Rudene Ilene Meyersohn and
Dr. Martin Mitchell Pevzner, who
were married recently at Kingsley
Inn. The bride was attended by
Mrs. Richard Landau, (no rela-
tion), matron of honor; Mrs. Jack
Stein, sister of the bridegroom:
Mrs. Thomas Buroker: and Susan
Disner. Best man was Dr. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rabinowitz Buroker, and ushers were Jack
of Harden Cir., Southfield, cele- Stein, Dr. Norman Levine and
brated their 50th wedding anni- Herman Neuman.
versary at a luncheon garden party
at the home of their daughter and
BORENSTEIN - W ILHEL M:
son-in-law, the Seymour Sterlings Malke Wilhelm, daughter of Mr.
of Quarton Rd.
and Mrs. Joseph Wilhelm of
Other hosts were their children Brooklyn, was married to Yeche-
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Rabino- skel Dovid Borenstein, son of the
witz and Dr. and Mrs. Bert Joseph Borensteins of Freeland
Rabinowitz. The honorees have 13 Ave. in a ceremony Thursday in
granchildren.
Brooklyn. The bridegroom is a
Among the guests were Mr. Talmud student at Mesivta Torah
Rabinowitz's sister, Mrs. Tema Vodaath in Brooklyn. On the Sab-
Nuham, and her daughter, Mrs. bath preceding the wedding, Mr.
Jeanetta Itic, of Haifa. Mrs. Borenstein recited the Haftora at
Nuham recently was reunited with Cong. Bnai Jacob here.
her brother after a 57-year separa-
tion.
Refugees Resettled

NEW YORK (JTA)—The mini-
mum age of male and female
models starring in annual fashion
shows presented at a Brooklyn
Jewish home for the aged for more
than a decade has been 64.
The informal age limitation for
the stars of the shows—presented
by the home division of the Metro-
politan Jewish Geriatric Center
for the past 16 years—stems from
the fact that the models are resi-
dents ofthe Geriatric Center,
where residents range in age from
64 to 104. Average age is 84.
Over the years, the shows have
grown in scope. This year. the
DENVER (JTA)—Thirty refugee
program included a musical pres- City of Hope Couples
Jewish families have been re-
entation, with 74 models, a 35-
to
Plan
for
Fund
Raising
settled
in Denver since last Oct.
unit mandolin band with two pianos
The Mr. and Mrs. Group, City 1, the Jewish Family and Chil-
and a choral group. All clothes
of
Hope.
will
meet
8
p.m.
Satur-
dren's
Service
has reported. Most
modeled in the shows are made
by members of the geriatric center day at the home of Mrs. Frances of them fled from Czechoslovakia,
Raznick,
28526
Brooks
Ln.,
South-
Poland
and
a
few
from Soviet-held
and members of the Blanche
territories, JFCS officials said.
Shuldiner League Senior Center, field.
Charles Hoptman. president, in-
which meets at the Geriatric Cen-
ter three times a week. The elderly dicates that fund-raising plans Our brightest blazes of gladness
also make the stage settings and will be discussed. A social hourare commonly kindled by unex-
decorations for each fashion show. will follow. I pected sparks. — Samuel Johnson

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