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October 23, 1970 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, October 23, 1970

Cheryl Borin to Marty
Ronald Riback in June

MISS CHERYL BORIN

Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Bonin of
Sherwood Dr., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Cheryl to Ronald Riback,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ri-
back of Chicago.
Miss Bonin attended Eastern
Michigan University and Loyola
University in Rome. Her fiance,
a graduate of the University of
Michigan, attends the DePaul Col-
lege of Law in Chicago.
A June wedding has been set.

Somerset Sculpture
Work of Former
Israeli Student

Bnai Britit

Activities

ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
will hold a Simhat Torah dance 9
p.m. Saturday at Temple Emanu-
El. Music will be by Eric Rosenow
and his Continentals. Dairy food
will be served. For reservations,
call President Norman Adelsberg,
353-9013, or the program chairman,
Sam Freedman, 356-6171.
* • •
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will
hold a board meeting 8 p.m. Tues-
day at the home of Mrs. Alfred
Harris, 23036 Plumbrooke, South-
field. Co-hostesses will be Mrs.
Irving Kushner and Mrs. Harold
Nosan, announces the president,
Mrs. Myron Gruskin.
• • •
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPTER
will hold a luncheon noon Thursday
at Knob in the Woods Clubhouse.
Mrs. Philip Fealk will review the
book "Mr. Samler's Planet" by
Saul Bellow. Guests are welcome.
• • •
DETROIT SHOLEM ALEICHEM
LODGE is giving a Simhat Torah
Party 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cong.
Bnai Israel-Beth Yehuda. For res-
ervations, call Alex Gottlieb, pro-
gram chairman, KE 5-3843.
• • •
MORGENTHAU CHAPTER will
meet 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Harvey Goldsmith,
25451 Southwood, Southfield. Lunch-
eon will be served. Rabbi Sherwin
Wine of Birmingham Temple will
review "Zelda" by Nancy Mitford.
Members are invited.
• • •
TIKVAH LODGE will initiate new
members 8 p.m. Thursday at the
Oak Park Community Center. The
Lodge's degree team will perform
the ceremonies. Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel, one of the candidates for
initiation, will lead the musical
portion of the program. Refresh-
ments will be served. Wives and
friends are welcome. Maurice Raz-
nick is president of Tikvah Lodge,
Joe Medwed is program chairman,
and Bernard Markofsky is mem-
bership chairman.

• • •

Bnai Brith Publishes
Jewish Folktales Book

Synthesis is the title of the
12-foot bronze sculpture in Som-
erset Mall, Troy sculpted by
Hanna Stiebel on commission by
architect Louis Redstone and
the Biltmore Development Co.
Mrs. Stiebel, who bolds a mas-
ter of fine arts degree from
Cranbrook Academy of Arts, at-
tended Hebrew University, the
Teachers College in Tel Aviv
and the New School for Social

,

WASHINGTON — There are
stories of the fox who outwitted
the Angel of Death; why young
Solomon ruled against his father
King David over the worth of a
boiled egg, and how later, as
King, he conjured up the Prince
of the Demons to help in the build-
ing of the Temple; the creation
of a Golem by Rabbi Judah Low
of Prague to save his people from
the charge of ritual murder.
These are among 41 Jewish
folktales in "A Portion in Para-
dise," published by Bnai Brith as
the latest book in its 50-volume
Jewish Heritage Classics Series.
Translated by British author
and Oxford scholar H. - M. Nah-
mad, it also includes stories about
Elijah, Maimonides and Akiba, the
wisdom and folly of women, the
riddles of the Queen of Sheba
and the secrets of the Kabbala.

• • •

Two Share Bnai Brith's
Civic Service Award

WASHINGTON—Sharing is sec-
ond nature to Louis H. Askwyth of
Miami Beach and Joseph Goldstein
of Wallingford, Pa.
This past year they shared a
large chunk of their time with
servicemen and hospitalized veter-
ans.
Now they're sharing Bnai Brith's
Country School, Bloomfield Hills.
highest citation for it.
They were named co-winners
week of the Col. Elliott A.
New Israel Stamp last
Niles Award as the year's out-
community service volun-
on WIZO's Jubilee stand
teers. The late Col. Niles was
Marking the 50th anniversary of founding chairman of a Bnai Brith
WIZO—the Women's International veterans affair committee.
Zionist Organization—Israel has is-
The most recent joint effort of
sued a new stamp. Its color is
blue and gold. It has the symbolical the Jewish National Fund and the
Mother and Child motif to indicate Mizrachi Women's Organization of
the movement's humanitarian America is "Geulat Svivot Yerush-
goals. The designers are M. Amar alayim" a 75,000-tree afforestation

Research in New York. Her work
has been exhibited in Detroit,
Reston and Toronto and is rep-
resented in private collections
DI the U.S., Italy and Israel.
During the last two years, Mrs.
Ildebei was bead of the art de-
portment oI Roeper City and

and G. Elmaliah.

Bain JablonowskiRites
to Take Place in Winter

.

and land reclamation effort.

Boston U. Plans Judaica

BOSTON (JTA)—Enrollment at

a Free University of Judaic Studies

sponsored by the Hillel Foundation
at Boston University has been so
heavy that additional faculty must
be hired, according to Rabbi Jo-
seph Polak, Hillel director. He said
15 of the 18 courses described in
the Free University's brochure are
being offered to the more than 200
students who have registered to
date.

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nounce the engagement of their
daughter Evelyn to Michael Jablo-
nowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
cus' Jablonowski of Elgin Ave.,
Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the college of education at Wayne
State University. Mr. Jablonowski
is a graduate of Walsh College
of Accountacy.
A winter wedding is planned.

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Schools Begin
Clothing Drive

Because of the widespread un-
employment in Detroit, a concert-
ed effort is being made to increase
contributions to the Detroit Pub-
lic Schools Fall Clothing Drive so
that needy children can remain in
school. The drive opens Monday
and runs through Nov. 6.
Many families do not qualify for
public assistance. It is estimated
that well over 15,000 children fall
into this category and will need
help. There is hardly anything
more pitiful than children who
can't go to school for lack of suit :
able clothing.
The clothing is picked up by
truck and taken to the Volunteers
of America's main plant at 6060
Rivard. There it is cleaned and
repaired and distributed free to
needy families upon order of the
Detroit Public Schools attendance
department. Clothing that is not
wearable is sold for rags and the
money used to buy new clothing
for little boys and girls.
The drive is a joint effort of the
public schools and the Volunteers
of America, says Major Theodore
R. Nick, executive officer, Detroit
Post.
Help by taking discarded- wear-
ables to the nearest Detroit school
building or by calling the Volun-
teers, TR 2-5000 for a pick up.

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