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February 04, 1972 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-04

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Mayors-to Explore 'Beleaguered Earth'
at Annual Meeting of Women's League

Cegla Paintings
Gaining Acclaim

TIE DETROIT MESA NEWS

Miss Edelman Engaged
to Jerusalem Student

TEL AVIV — Interest in art has
grown immensely in Israel. Many
artists have acquired popularity.
An exhibit of unusual interest
took place here at the Chemertin-
sky Art Gallery and the works of
one of Israel's ablest artists, Ra-
chel Cegla, attracted wide atten-
tion.
Many Americans have seen Mrs.
Cegla's painting when she exhib-
ited them at the Jewish Agency
Building in New York, and at pri-
vate e'hlbitions in the U.S.
Mrs. Cegla's husband, Judah
Cegla, is a prominent. Israeli in-
dustrialist. He is the cousin of. Dr.
and Mrs. Louis Braden of Detroit.
Among the new paintings by
Mrs. Cegla are impressive musical

Friday, February 4, 1972-27

Singles' Valentine Party

Jewish Center Parents Without
Partners will hold a valentine
party 8:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at the
home of Phil Fabian, 24640 Sus-
nee, Oak-Park. The public Is in-
vited. For information, call Mari-
lyn Schneid, 5424633.

For the finest in Musical
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MISS AHUYA EDELMAN

The Lelgue at &Ida Waea'S
Organisation Of Geentoe Defeat

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edelman,
former Detroiters of Brooklyn, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Ahuva to Eliezer Kamin-
sky . of Jerusalem.
Miss Edelman is studying for
her masters degree in Hebrew
language at Hebrew University.
She received her bachelors degree
there in Hebrew language and
sociology. Her fiance is a member
of Sde Eliyahu Kibutz, and has a
degree in mathematics and physics
from Hebrew University.
A June wedding is planned in

will held its anent meetlag 11:38 a.m. Feb. 14 at ,deg. Simms
ZedeL A panel of mayors will discuss °Our Beleiqgured Earth."
Participant will be Mayors Be nte& Roth of Berkley, William Saun-
ders of atrazingharic Gorden Bryant of Huntington Wood', David
Shepherd of Oak Park, Jule Faaanhre of Troy, James Cline of
Royal Oak, Norman Feder of Smithfield, Robert Jackson of Pontiac,
Wilbur Bret ton of Faradagten, John Doherty of West Bloomfield
Hills, Richard Cogger of tallow and the president of the Detroit
Camases Conseil, Mel limit:. Winners of the exhibit competition
will be- announced. (The displays will be on view at the Harvard
Row Shopping - Center Feb. 10-14.) Mrs. Carl Seidner will be
awarded an honorary life membership for her many years of service.
Sbe is the third person to be no humored. Dessert luncheon will be
served. Shown are (oaded) Km Leo Ord* display chairman; and
(from left) Mesdames Martin Levy, adviser; Norman Ranter, pro-
gram chairman; Ades Sanders, vice president of Cooperative Coun-
cil; and Mrs. Israel Weimer, public relations.

A Message to Parents—From Kfar
Silver and Goodman High School

Special I. The Jewish News
JERUSALEM -- A delegation
from the Zionist Organization of
America took time out from World
Zionist Congress sessions to visit
Kim Silver, at Ashkelon, and to
chat with students at the Mollie
Goodman High School that was
established in memory of his wife
by Abraham Goodman.
Under the leadership of Herman
Weisman, ZOA presidest, Leon
Hutovich, executive director of the
ZOA, and the ZOA executive sec-
retary, Malvina Fraser, some 100
Americans participated in a sur-
vey evaluating American aid to
the agricultural school and the
high school.
For a Detroit couple there was
a special message. Benson Wein-

Miss Dunitz to Marry

Mr. Schneider of Illinois-

garten told of his privilege to study
in Israel and he sent his love
through the MA emissaries to his
parents, Morris and Lee Weingar-
ten.
An excellent swimmer, Merle
Weingarten participated in swim-
ming contests in Lake Kineret.
The Zionist Organization of De-
troit yearly sends scholarship stu-
dents and summer campers to Kfar
Silver, with funds raised at the
Balfour Concert. Dr. Jack Green-
berg, chairman of the last two
Balfour Concert campaigns, here
with Mrs. Greenberg for a three-
week visit with their children, Dr.
and Mrs. Moshe Zirin, and grand-
children, said the Kfar- Silver and
Goodman trigh School successes
provide satisfaction for the labors
exerted to secure funds for the
ZOD educational and public rela-
tions programs.
Work is proceeding apace for
new dormitoriek and expanded fa-
cilities to provide for larger num-
bers of students and summer
campers at Kfar Silver.

111MS JA



DhlltlliPlR

Mr. and Mrs. Irving Dunitz of
Dartmouth Ave., Oik Park, an-
_ _name- the -engagement- of - their
daughter Jacqueline Sandra to
Waller Eli Schneider, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Schneider of
Skokie., M.
/Gas IDtudtz is a senior at McK-
ean State University and Mr.
Schneider attends dentistry school
at the University of Illinois.
A July wedding-is. ;damned.

`Adolescent Mores' Topic
at Akive PTA Social

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(Just W. of Coolidge)

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HAIR STYLISTS

formerly o f
BIRMINGHAM

Israel.

ltACHEL CEGLA.

themes. Especially impressive are
her Jerusalem scenes.
National museums are bidding
for her works.
Mrs. Cegla now produces her
works in studios in Safed and
Tel Aviv.
Born in Germany and having
studied in the Hamburg Academy
of Fine Arts, Rachel Cegla came
to Israel in 1933. Her husband also
came from Germany that year.
They met in Israel shortly after
their arrival there-
Mrs. Cegla made study tours to
Italy and Turkey as well as the
United States. She exhibited her
art works in the world's capitals=
in Switzerland, England, Latin
America, in addition to Israel and
the U.S.
She is a member of Israel Artists
Association and Artists' Quarter
in Safed.

`Two Plus Two Singles'
Map Dance for Feb. 18

"Two Plus Two Singles" for
young adults age 21-40 is holding
a dance 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Feb. 18 at
Alvaro's supper club in Royal Oak.
There will be live bands and prizes.
There is an admission charge.
For information, call Helen Ru-
bin, 557-6538. •

marriages

KLEIN-COHEN: -Judith Lynn
Cohen recently became the bride
of Lawrence Robinson Klein at
services at Temple Emanu-EI.
Rabbis Milton Rosenbaum and Ben-
jamin Gorrelick officiated. The new
Mrs. Klein is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Lewis Cohen of Dundee
Rd., Huntington Woods, Mr. Klein
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
B. Klein of Cambridge Rd.



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