24—Friday, April 16, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Blue Box Clearance Brunch Set
A young Jewish leader of Cleve-
land, Mrs. Keeva Kekst, will be
guest speaker at the special Jew-
ish National Fund Blue Box Day
program April 26 at Cong. Bnai
The program, which begins with
a brunch at 11:30 a.m., also will
feature singer Marci Lyn Shulman.
Prizes and souvenirs will be
given to all who bring their JNF
Blue Boxes to be cleared. Admis-
Mrs. Marcel Shulman, a past
scholarship winner of the Music
Study Club of Detroit, played a
lead in 'Carnival" at the Detroit
Civic Center Theater in 1969. She
will be accompanied by Grant
Organizations actively partici-
pating in the collections and place-
ment of new boxes include Hadas-
sah, Northwest Child Rescue, Pio-
neer W o m e n, Mizrachi-Fanny
Gluck, Mizra chi-Sisters of Zion
and the Women of JNF.
For information, call the JNF
Lehrmans to Host
A patron's reception in behalf of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America will be hosted by Dr.
and Mrs. Moses Lehrman of Cong.
Bnai Moshe 3:30 p.m. May 2 at
sion also will be granted to Blue their home, 25220 Gardner, Oak
Box holders who present receipts
showing that their boxes were
cleared during this spring Clear-
ance. Taking a new Blue Box for
the home and a contribution of S2
will serve additionally as admis-
Chairman for the Blue Box
drive is Mrs. Frank Silverman.
Her co-chairman is Mrs. Richard
This year marks the 70th an-
niversary of the Jewish National
Fund, and one of the main pur-
poses of the luncheon is to en-
courage the placement of at
least 1,000 new Blue Boxes in
Mrs. Kekst, president of the
JNF women's division, is an orga-
nizer of Blue Box placement and
collections in Cleveland. She also
is chairman of adult education of
Park Synagogue, and a member
of the board of trustees.
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RABBI AND MRS. LEHRMAN
Park. The event will celebrate the
85th anniversary of the New York-
based seminary's founding.
Arthur Boschan and Theodore M.
Curtis are reception co-chairmen.
Participating with them on the
sponsoring committee, in forma-
tion, are Alfred L. Deutsch, Mit-
chell Feldman, Erwin Friedman,
Peter Helman, Benjamin Kahn,
Louis Kepes, Harry B. Korman and
Stephen Lanyi. Also, Irving Lopa-
tin, Abraham Pasternak, Max Ros-
enfeld, Donald J. Sachs, I. William
Sherr, Irving Y. Strickstein, Ben-
jamin Weiss- and Melvin Weisz.
Criterion to Throw
April Follies Dance
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For the first time in the Mid-
west, a complete array of boutique
fashions and accessories will be
displayed under one roof with the
opening of BOUTIQUE '71, the full
scale Boutique Show in the Com-
Mezzo-soprano Annette Chajes munity Arts Center at the Michi-
and her husband Julius, composer gan State Fair Grounds, April 29.
and pianist, will be guest artists The show will continue through
Cherish-Kaplan Troth Musical Couple,
Announced in Phoenix Mr., Mrs. Chaies, to
Entertain at Donor
Criterion Club for single adults
will host its annual "April Follies"
dance 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Oak Park Community Center, an-
nounces president William Fleisher.
The Majels Orchestra, with vo-
calist Margo Finer, will provide
the dance music.
A floor show featuring the Bris-
tol Dance troupe of Allen Park
and prizes are planned. Refresh-
ments will be served, and the
public is invited.
For information, call Betty Wein-
berg, program chairman, 532-8855.
13500 WEST SEVEN MILE ROAD
at the donor luncheon of Bnai May 2.
Moshe Sisterhood noon April 28 at
A program of Hebrew and En-
glish songs will be presented by
the couple, whose names have long
been linked with the Jewish Cen-
ter's symphony orchestra, he as
conductor and she as soloist.
Chajes also heads the music de-
partment at the Center.
Chajes gave a recital of his first
composition at age 9; at 24 he was
head of the piano department at
the Music College in Tel Aviv. His
many compositions are in the rep-
ertoires of world-famous artists.
Mrs. Chajes has been featured in
concerts, recitals, on radio and TV
throughout the East, the Midwest
and Canada. At present she is alto
soloist at Temple Israel.
Look for the bright red package
at your favorite store.
For tickets to the donor lun-
cheon, call the Bnai Moshe Syna-
gogue office, LI 8-9000.
MISS BEVERLY CHERISH
Mr. and Mrs. William Cherish,
former Detroiters of Phoenix, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Beverly Sharon (Bunny)
to Sanford Alan Kaplan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Kaplan of W.
Nine Mile Rd., Southfield.
A July wedding is planned.
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WOLFE-LEVINE: Diane Nancy
Levine became the bride of Shel-
don Lyle Wolfe in a recent candle-
light ceremony at Temple Beth
Am, Los Angeles. Rabbi Jacob
Pressman officiated. The new Mrs.
Wolfe is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Levine of Van Nuys,
Calif. The bridegroom is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morley Wolfe of
W. Lincoln Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of satin
silk organza and Alencon lace,
with a sweetheart neckline, _Erii-
pire A-line skirt and full train-.
Charlene Levine served her sister
as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Donna Wolfe, sister of the
bridegroom, Mrs. Marsha Fredman,
Barbara Braverman, Judy Sil-
ver, Doris Horowitz and Sherry
Basch. Ron. Wolfe, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
The ushers were Howard Levine,
brother of the bride, Steven Fred-
man, Steven Rich, Steven Rosen,
Kevin Howe, Howard Miller and
Ted Herkowitz. The bride's grand-
mother, Mrs. Lillie Herkowitz -of
North Hollywood, Calif., also in
the wedding party, was escorted by
her grandson Ted Herkowitz. The
flower girls were Alison Bloom
and Beth Hardisty.
Following a honeymoon in San
Diego, the couple are residing in
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The appointment of Mary Jane
Decker as assistant public rela-
tions director at Sinai Hospital has
been announced by Dr. Julien
Priver, executive vice president of
Sinai. Miss Decker was public re-
lations officer of Holy Cross Hos-
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versity, she has served as training
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Temple Israel Retreat
to Focus on Judaism
Temple Israel Sisterhood plans
its annual retreat, "The Making
of the Modern American Jew,"
May 17-20 at Haven Hill Lodge,
The program, with May 17 at-
tendance optional, will include
study, prayer and relaxation.
Mrs. M. Robert Smye is program
For rates and reservations, call
Mrs. Jack Caminker, 358 4772,, or
Mrs. Harry Jacobs, 353-9085.
Are pleased to announce their
second Blue Chip Dividend
HEIDI LYNN BRODE
Divendend paid on March 26, 1971
in the amount of 6 pounds 91/2 ounces
waiting to see the new dividend
is brother Gary Evan