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February 05, 1971 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-05

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Ex4DC Official
Art Show Guest to - Win : 7Zoo- to Speak at Bonds
Reception Feb..- 14

24—Friday, February 5, 1971

Barbara Polen Marty
M r. Yorke in August

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mr. and Mrs. Abram Oliwek will
host a leadership reception, on be-
half of five organizations. 7 p.m.
Feb. 14, in their home. 5180 Clar-
ttndon. Bloomfield Hills. 'Guest
speaker at this affair, on behalf of
Israel 'Bonds, will be Henry Levy,
social work administrator, who

Sholem Aleichem Institute art show committee members pose
with Sophie Fordon's painting, "Zoo in Jerusalem," which Bob
Talbert will award ah one of three prizes Saturday evening. The
show will be held in the old Institute building, 19350 Greenfield
11 a.m.-5 p.m. and 3 p.m.-10 p.m. today: noon-10 p.m. Saturday;
and 1.5 p.m. Sunday...Committee members (from left) are Mesdames
Julius Harwood, Herbert 0. Schein, Harry Roth, Karel Bass and
Gertrude Forman. Not pictured are Mesdames Paul Chover, Ted
Sallen, Jack Mandiberg, William Feinberg, Steve Collins, Jack Cohen,
Allan Kandel, Irving Panush, Lawrence Tourkow, Robert Sobel,
Sidney Kaye--and Paul Gold. Steve Barrer will bang the show and
arrange the displays of pottery, weaving and jewelry as he has for
the past three years.

played a key role in the rescue
and rehabilitation of Jewish sur-
vivors of the Holocaust.
Levy was a member of the first
group of representatives of the
Joint Distribution Committee to
enter areas formerly occupied by
-the Nazis. After aiding occupants
of displaced persons camps, he be-
came JDC's director in. Bulgaria,
Czechoslovakia, Tunisia and Al-
geria and as director of emigration
in the JDC office in Paris. He also
is a former director general of the
United BIAS Service in Europe.
During World War II, he was home
service director of the American
Red Cross for the U.S. -Air Force
in England.
The leadership reception will be
in advance of the United Israel

•13ond fifth annual dinner-dance.
The five organizations joining in
the affair are Radomer Mutual
Society, United Jewish Social

Sephardic Community of
Parents' Social Is Set by Beth Yehudah PTA Club,
Greater Detroit, Workmen's Circle,

The officers and board members
Tu b'Shevat will be the theme Branch 227 and the Zionist Revi-
of the Yeshivath Beth Yeuhudah of the program, and there will be sionists.
sponsor a melave malka 9 p.m. a discussion of the best methods
Feb. 13 at the school building.
to achieve the finest development

The • evening will feature greet-
ings by Rabbi David Lieberman,
dean, and entertainment by the Dor
Hadosh Singers — Nate. Frankel,
Ephraim Tatelbaum and Itzy Weis-
berg. Films depicting the early
history of Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
and highlights of past school pro-
grams will be shown.
Parents of nursery and kinder-
garten children are invited, as well
as all new parents. For informa-
tion, call Mrs. David Cohen, chair-
man, LI 8-5149, or Mrs. Henry
Baum. 352-1194.
o
The next general meeting of the
PTA will be held on Tu b'Shevat,
Wednesday, at 8:30 p.m. in the
Southfield Yeshiva building.

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Srtgagements

A shelf of books in honor of
their daughter, Catie, was financed
by Gen. and Mrs.-B.L.A. Marshall.
The announcement was made at
the meeting of Bar-Ban Women
held at the Jewish Center Jan. 28.
Mrs. Morris Adler and Mrs. Max
Stollman were guest speakers.
They reported on the growth of
the. library and_ the progress at
the university. Mrs. Herbert Eskin,
program chairman, presided.
A shelf of books also was
financed by the Stollman Family
in memory of Mrs. Zvi Tomkiewicz.
Hostesses at the meeting were
Mesdames I.W. Schlussel and
David J. Cohen.

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MISS BARBARA POLEN
Mrs. Betty Polen of Pinehurst
Ave. announces the engagement of
her daughter Barbara Ellen to
Douglas Edward Yorke, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Yorke of Southfield
Rd., Southfield. The bride-elect is
the daughter of Mr. Reuben Polen,
who resides in Florida.
Miss Polen received both her
bachelor's and master's degrees
from the University of Michigan.
Mr. Yorke, a Wayne State Uni-
versity graduate, attends law
school there and is affiliated with
Tau Epsilon Rho professional. fra-
ternity.
An August wedding is planned.

of the children of Beth Yhuda.
Refreshments will emphasize the
holiday theme, with inclusion of the
A program has been arranged
"sheva minim," the seven fruits
for the Marshall Lodge and Chap-
grown in Israel.
ter, Bnai Brith, which will honor
Graham's Film on Israel James N. Laker, as Marshall man
of the year.
to Be Shown at Church
The affair, on behalf of Israel
Dr. Billy Graham's full-length
is honoring Laker for his 30
film "His Land,' a portrait of Is- Bonds,
years' service to Bnai Brith and
rael that has been praised by for his devotion to the community,
Prime Minister Golda Meir, will to the Jewish people and to the
be shown at the First Baptist
Church of Oak Park -7 p.m. Feb. State of Israel.
Joey Adams, humorist, will head
14.
Pastor Robert B. Mignard said the program.
For reservations, call the Israel
the occasion will be "Jewish
Neighbor Night," and refresh- Bond office, 352-6770.
ments will follow the presentation

BRAVE

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of the late Mr. Ben Greenfield,
was graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan in December. Mr.
Klempner, a U. of M. graduate,
is a .senior in the law school there.
A May wedding date has been set.

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a prominent Kansas City, Mo.,
family, to Yehuda Vinitsky, son
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of Jerusalem.
The bridegroom-elect is a grad-
uate in. law from the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Miss Bloch earned her
BA at Boston University. _
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of United Jewish Appeal activities

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salem.
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