Wheels Turn for Woman's World
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood President Mrs. Murray Shekter holds
an antique clock to be sold at Shopper's Mall, a feature of Woman's
World, April 27.28 at Shaarey Zedek. With her are (from left) Mes-
dames Julius Meskin, Carl Bayer, Irving Laker, Phillip Shiener,
Nathan Shur and Lawrence Gubow.
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Woman's World, the annual ma- pers' Mall; Irving Laker and
jor fund-raising event for £haarey Irving Rogovein, Flea Mart; Law-
Zedek Sisterhood, has been set for rence Gubow, social; and Robert
April 27 and 28 at the synagogue, Steinberg, decorations.
according to Mrs. Murray Shek-
Others are Mesdames Marvin
Fleischman, entertainment; Neil
The event has been planned by Rosenthal, "Sabra Girls;" Nathan
general chairmen Mesdames Abe Shur and Leo Ordin, Bake Shoppe;
Katzman, Davis Benson and Rob- Arnold Monash and Josh Horwitz,
ert Brody. The sisterhood's vice garden cafe; Phillip Shiener, Is-
president of fund raising is Mrs. raeli jewelry; Russell Nida and
Daniel Mendelsohn, ceremonial
Speakers and entertainment are gifts; Leonard Baron and Jerry
being lined up by the chairmen, Margolis, admission tickets; Erwin
who include Mesdames Julius Kornwise and Allen Charlip, lunch-
Meskin and Norman Feder, Shop- eon tickets; Jay Rosenthal, host-
esses; Sidney Katz, public rela-
tions; Arnold Kollin, ,radio and
television; and Irwin Green, post-
Also planning the event are Mes-
dames Peter Martin, VIP hostess;
Carl Bayer, treasurer;. and David
Fishman, secretary. Program co-
ordinators are Mrs. George Parzen
and Mrs. Joseph Deutch.
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National Tour Director
to Bring Data on Trips
Offered by AJCongress
The American Jewish Congress
will bring Betty Alderson, national
tour director, for the annual tour
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at Cong.
Tours offered by AJCongress in-
clude Europe, the Orient, Scandi-
navian countries, Africa and around
the world, almost all including
Israel in the itinerary. They vary
in length from one to four weeks.
All are designed to increase Jew-
ish identification and solidarity
throughout the world by featuring
visits to people and places of spe-
cial Jewish interest and history.
The meeting is open to the public.
Two Events to Observe Brandeis Month
Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Com-
mittee, w i 1 1 mark "Brandeis
Month" with special events on
April 7 and 21.
On April 7, the spring meeting
will be held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Elliott Cohen, 1185 Eton
Cross, Bloomfield Hills. Preceding
the program, dessert and coffee
will be served at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Philip Marcuse, program
chairman, states that films of the
Brandeis c a m-„
pus and others.:,
w i 1 1 be shown.
The election of
officers for 1971-
1972 will take
place. Mrs. Har-
old Hoffman is
chairman of ar-
John Greenberg,\ .
chairman of the Mrs. Greenberg
day; and Mrs.
Joseph Goldring, chairman of
The meeting will be held in the
special theater built into the Co-
hen home which contains many
special paintings and artifacts
from the Hollywood Theater, which
Cohen's f a ther, Lou Cohen,
opened in 1928. The third largest
theater in the country, the 3,000-
seat Hollywood was reportedly the
first to have a "baby-crying
room;" first to give away a car a
week; first to install closed circuit
TV; and the first to show three-
dimensional pictures with stereo
Mrs. Harold Hoffman, chairman
cf arrangements, suggests that
reservations for the spring meet-
ing and film festival be made by
calling her answering service, DI
Mrs. Herbert Burdick, chairman
of the nominating committee, will
present the slate of officers. Serv-
ing on this committee are Mes-
dames Gerald Aptekar, Samuel
Aaron, Arthur Rice, Harold Robin-
son, Robert Schlaff and Isadore
Mrs. Frank Levine and Mrs.
Charles Schwartz, co-chairmen of
the New Books for Old Sale, ask
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, March 19, 1971
members and guests to bring their
used or new books to the meeting.
On April 21, a special event will
be held for the benefit of the
learned journals program at
Brandeis, under the direction of
Mrs. Bernard Farber, book
fund vice president, and Mrs.
Louis Redstone, chairman of the
All contributors of $25 to learned
journals will be invited to visit the
Grosse Pointe home of W. Haw-
kins Ferry with its contemporary
art collections, the home of the
George Bushnell Jrs. with its price-
less heirlooms and the Grosse
Pointe War Memorial, the former
Russell Alger home.
Mrs. Milton Zussman, 545-3441,
is in charge of reservations. A
fee will cover transportation by
bus from Northland Theater to
Grosse Pointe and return, and the
Those who enroll five new paid-
up members will be guests of the
Detroit Chapter on this art tour.
Dues and names should be sent to
Mrs. Joseph Kerzman, 29010 Lan-
caster, Southfield 48075.
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the Heritage Dinner of the Florida
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Friends of Yeshiva University,
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Devenow will receive Yeshiva
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