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March 16, 1973 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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28—Friday, March 16, 1973

THE DETROIT. JEWISH NEWS

Double Engagement Announced

Local AJCongress Women to Take
Leadership Role at DC Parley

Michigan leaders of the
American Jewish Congress
women's division will play
key roles at the women's
division national biennial
convention March 25-28 at the
Mayflower Hotel in Wash-
ington, D. C. Theme of the
meeting is "Our Past as
Prologue."
Mrs. Rose Schwartz, im-
mediate past president of the
Detroit women's division, has
been nominated as national
vice president. Mrs. Marian
• - 1-Shifman, current national
vice president and a past
president of the Detroit wo-
men's division, has been
nominated to: the advisory
'committee.

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Papers will be presented
at the convention by two
local women. Mrs. Jeanette
Ross will present "Shifting
Sands and New Oases —
Alliances in American For-
eign Policy" at a workshop
on "Peace and American
Foreign Policy." In the
workshop on law and social
action, Mrs. Matilda Rubin
will present a paper on "Bus-
ing: A Case Study of the
Michigan Experence." Mrs.
Rubin is president of the
Michigan Council of Ameri-
can Jewish Congress and
vice president of programing,
of the Detroit women's divi-
sion. Mrs. Elma Rader,
president of the Detroit
women's division, will give
the- invocation at one of the
sessions.
Other Detroit area Ameri-
can Jewish Congress women
attending the meeting will be
Mrs. Mary Dworman, Mrs.
Edith Frank and Mrs. Ann
Kopnick.

"Chef"calls it a complete Newsman
Spaghetti Dinner
Headliner at
Adas Shalom

but
the kids call it
an Italian feast

MISS DEBRA ROSEN

MISS SHERRI ROSEN

Mr. and Mrs: Marvin
Rosen of Virginia Dr., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Debra
to Gary Columbus, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colum-
bus of Harvard Ave., South-
field.
Miss Rosen and her fiance
were graduated from South-
field-Lathrup High School.
No wedding date has been
set.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosen
of Virginia Dr., Southfield,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Sherri to
Benj Gorback, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Gorback of
Winchester Dr., Southfield.
Miss Rosen attends Oak-
1 a n d Community College,
where she is taking medical
assistant classes. Her fiance
is an accounting major at
Wayne State University.
A spring 1974 wedding is
planned.

Yeshiva to Host
a Melave Malka

.

Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will
hold its 4th annual' melave
.m'alka 8:30 p.m. March 24 at
the Yeshiva building. The
melave malka is given in
honor of the newly elected
board of directors.
Committee members in-
clude Marvin Seligson, chair-
man, Mrs. Hillel L. Abrams,
Mrs. Henry Baum, Joseph
Brenstein, Mrs. Julius Feigel-
man, Mrs. Eugene Goldberg,
Harold Josephs, Mrs. Yitz-
chok Kaplan, Seymour Rabin-
owitz, Mrs. Israel Rockove
and Sam Shoenig.
The public is invited.

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OAK PARK NSHEI CHA-
BAD STUDY GROUP (Nine
Mile area) will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home
of Mrs. Sarah Kravitz, 23071
Cloverlawn. Rabbi Betzalel
Gottlieb will speak.
* * *
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD held a panel discus-
sion Monday on "What You
Always Wanted to Know
About Judaism but Were
Afraid to Ask."

And what a feast it is—
ready to serve in just about
12 minutes. Tender, freshly
cooked spaghetti. Lav-
ished with savory, piping
hot mushroom sauce, finely
seasoned and home-style
thick. Then topped with
zippy grated cheese,
u-m-m. Grandissimo ta'am!
And all the makings in this
David Schoenbrun, noted
one package—Chef Boy-
Ar-Dee" Complete Spa- world news commentator,
ghetti Dinner. Keep plenty will be guest speaker at
on hand for thrifty, family- Adas Shalom Synagogue
Dr. and Mrs. Milton K. Miller of Endicott Ave., Bloom-
Sisterhood's major fund rais-
pleasing meals.
ing of the year, "Through field Hills, held a "Mongolian evening" at their home March

ctivities in Society

the Looking Glass," March
26 at the synagogue. Schoen-
brun, who has won awards
in every major field of' com-
munications, has covered in-
numerable major events. In
March, he was appointed
editor-at•large of the new
magazine World Review. His
new book, "The First Is-
raelis," will be available at
Adas Shalom and he will
autograph copies on request.
The day will start at 10 a.m.
For ticket information, con-
tact Mesdames Carl Lichten-
stein, 537.3094, Jack Dia-
mond, 557-9552, Ben Bonin,
357-3025, and George Liss,
patron ticket section, 353-
5354.

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3. Dr. Miller and two of his sons, Mark, 16, and Kevin, 13,
and Dr. Miller's brother, Meyer, of New Jersey, will tour
Outer Mongolia, including Moscow and Siberia. Special
guests at the party were Mr. William F. Somerset, vice
consul (commercial) at the Detroit British Consulate, and
Mrs. Somerset. Previously assigned to Ulan Bator, Outer
Mongolia, before coming to Detroit, the Somersets showed
and narrated slides. Buffet supper was served. Dr. Miller
and his two sons have been studying beginner's Russian
at Seaholm High School.
Mrs. Sidney Lantz, president of the department of Mich-
igan ladies auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans will lead a
delegation to the national executive committee meeting of
JWVA next week at the Commodore Hotel,,New York City.
With Mrs. Lantz will be Mesdames John Nemon, past na-
tional president and judge advocate; Jack Iden, national
conductress and child welfare chairman; Morton Oppen-
heim, national leadership chairman; 'and Herbert Liner,
advisory board member.
• Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple Israel has been named
to the national committee, headed by Mr. and Mrs. David
Levitt of Great Neck, N. Y., to plan a wide-range of ob-
servances and projects marking 100 years of Reform Juda-
ism in North America. Beginning this fall, the 710-membet
congregations of the Union of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions will celebrate the milestone at community and national
events marking Reform Judaism's anniversary.
At an Israel Bond leadership reception for Detroiters,
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack at the residence of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pollack in Miami Beach,
more than $600,000 was subscribed in pace-setting Israel
Bond purchases in advance of the Golda Meir dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Racklin, former Detroiters of
Chicago, celebrated their 50th • wedding anniversary in Lin-
coln, Ill. About 75 relatives and friends from Chicago,
Florida and Detroit attended. Among the gifts were certif-
icates for trees planted in their names in Israel.
The Ruda Family Club will hold its annual Purim party
8 p.m. Saturday at •the home of Oscar and Ida Wolfe, 19810
Magnolia, Southfield. The children will put on a Purim• play,
and there will be refreshments.

Center Symphony and Dancers
to Team Up for Music Month

In honor of Jewish Music
Month, the Jewish Center
Symphony Orchestra a n d
performing dance companies,
Festival Dancers and Young
Dancers Guild, have pre-
pared a performance for
3:30 p.m. March 25 in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater.
During the first half of the
program, p i a n i s t Muriel
Kilby will play Bloch's Con-
certo Grosso Number 1, and
young Russian violinist
Mischa Lefkowitz will. solo
in Mendelssohn's Violin Con-
certo. ,
During the second half,
the Festival Dancers will pre-
miere a new work, "Pass-
ages," based on the life of
Jewish women in Europe,
America and Israel. The
dance was choreographed es-
pecially for the occasion by
Harriet Berg, director of Fes-
tival Dancers, using the mu-
sic of Julius Chajes' "He-
brew S'uite,"
Members of the company
dancing in the premiere are
Phyllis Berger, Margo Cohen,
Elaine Cooper, Reva Daven-
port, Carol Demery, Linda
Fentner, Geri Glaser, Rae
Jacobs, Becky Malm, Judith
Nickamin, Jennifer Petthick,
Lea Raptis, Diane Ross, Den-
ise Szykula and Vassilia
Zeiger.
On the same program,
Young Dancers Guild will
present "Counterpoint," a
contemporary dance chore-
ographed especially for the
company by former members
Christopher Pilafian a n d
Shelly Washington. Chajes
and Muriel Kilby will play
Aaron Copland's two-piano
work "Danzon. Cubano," the
musical inspiration for the
dance.
Members of Young Dane-
eh Guild dancing on March
25 are: Karen Freedland,
Shelly Halper, Jan Messer,
Alan Maniker, Denise Szy-
kula and guest dancer, Den-
nis East. Tickets are avail-
able at the -Jewish Center.

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