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April 27, 1973 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-27

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30—Friday, April 27, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hadassah Donor Luncheon to Mark

Israel's Day with Drama Presentation

Several hundred members
of Hadassah will attend the
annual Detroit chapter donor
luncheon noon Tuesday at
the Raleigh House.
Beth Sheva Laikin, actress
and director, will appear in
an original dramatic presen-
tation, "Call Them Blessed."
Miss Laikin, who holds an
MA degree in dramatic arts
from New York University,
has participated profession-
ally in off-Broadway and ra-
dio in New York and has had
leading roles with the Ann
Arbor Arts Theater, Van-
guard, World Stage and Cen-
ter Theater.
The afternoon has been ar-
ranged by Mrs. Eugene K.
Kahn, chapter vice president
of program, and Mrs. Harold
Y. Hoffman, chairman of the
day.
Mrs. Reuben Bienstock, na-
tional board member of Ha-
dassah, will give the invoca-
tion and toast to the 25th
anniversary of the state of
Israel.
Chapter President Mrs.
Albert Newman will extend
greetings to guests, who are

eligible to attend by having
contributed $100 or more dur-
ing the past year or who
have contributed $25 and
earned the balance through
work on various fund-raising
projects for Hadassah instal-
lations in Israel.
Mrs. E. Newton Rotten-
berg, chapter vice president
of fund-raising, and Mrs.
Phillip Sherman are in
charge of donor activities.
The group donor credits
chairmen are: Shalom, Mrs.
Fred Ka mienny; Eleanor
Roosevelt, Mrs. Frank Get-
tleson; Bloomfield Hills, Mrs.
Joshua Stone; Sharon, Mrs.
M. Feuerman; Village, Mrs.
Fred Lax; Henrietta Szold,
Mrs. Aaron Zemeck; Sher-
wood-UE, Mrs. Norman Ad-
ilman; Mt. Scopus, Mrs. Sig-
mund Kollman; Oak Park,
Mrs. R. Surrett; Heights,
Mrs. Morris Gross; Frank-
lin, Mrs. Haskell Greenfield;
Farmington, Mrs. Louis Fox;
Evergreen, Mrs. Marion
Morgan; Birmingham, Mrs.
I. Kutinsky; Dora Ehrlich,
Mrs. Victor Stern; Towers,
Mrs. Bernard Cooper; River-
crest, Mrs. Morris Botwin
and Mrs. Max Schubiner;
Huntington Woods, Mrs. Saul
Lederer; and Business and
Professional, Mrs. Geraldine
Black.
Mrs. Phillip Sherman is
donor credits chairman for
the entire chapter of Metro-
politan Detroit Hadassah.

but
mayvinim call Bubbles to Fill
David on
them meatless Bnai
mechayehs Women's Day

When it comes to meatless
Italian spaghetti sauces,
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee' is tops.
Just take his Mushroom or
his traditional Meatless
and add either one (or
both!) to spaghetti, noo-
dles, pot roast, meat loaf,
fish, omelet, you name it.
The rich sauce, loaded with
flavor, takes over from
there. Keep both sauces on
hand for family pleasing
variety.

Champagne will flow as
Bnai David Sisterhood holds
its annual donor luncheon
noon Wednesday at the syn-
agogue.
Mrs. Alan Weiner, donor
chairman, announces that a
boutique and art sale will
begin at 10. Champagne will
be served during the sale of
such items as handmade
silver jewelry, ceramics,
flower arrangements and
white elephants.
Following luncheon, a fash-
ion show will be presented.
For information and reser-
vations, contact Mrs. Belle
Eisenberg, 968-7538, Mrs.
June Cohen, LI 2-2033, or
Mrs. Tillie Bolton, LI 2-7737.
Other chairman are Mrs.
Helen Silverman, decora-
tions; Mrs. Jennie Solomon,
journal; and Mrs. Betty
Sherizen, publicity.

Mr. and Mrs. Club,
City of Hope, to Meet

Mr. and Mrs. Club, City of
Hope, will meet 8 p.m. Sat-
urday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Buddy Nathanson,
15420 Rosemary, Oak Park.
Plans for the May 22 fund
raising at Temple Israel will
be discussed. A social will
follow the meeting.

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Mrs. Isadore Winkelman to Be Next President of Detroit NCJW

Mrs. Isadore Winkelman
will be installed as president
of the Greater Detroit Sec-
tion National Council of Jew-
ish Women at its annual in-
stallation luncheon noon May
8 at the Troy Hilton Hotel.
For reservations, call the
NCJW office, 557-9604. Rides
will be provided on request.
Other officers to be instal-
led are: Vice presidents,
Mesdames Seymour Rowe,
Dale Rands, Melvin Rosen-
haus, Benjamin Colman,
Jerome Davis and Gerald
Steinberg; treasurers, Mrs.
Jerome Soneklar and Mrs.
Joseph Klein; and secretar-
ies, Mesdames Seymour

Jones, Joel Tauber, Boris
Gaynes, Nathan Shevitz and
Clement Hopp.
Directors nominated for a
first two-year term are Mes-
dames Norton Cohen, Leon
J. Gallen, Sidney J. Imer-
man, L. S. Oppenheim,
Jack Perlmutter, Robert
Welling and Louis A. Welt.
Nominated to a second
two-year term were Mes-
dames Howard B. Appleman,
Marvin Bookstein, Arthur
Eckhous, Joseph Garlock,
Fred Ginsberg, Gerald Ma-
cey, Herbert Miller and Mar-
tin Mayer. Directors to fill
an unexpired term ending
in May 1974 are Mrs. Peter

ORT 'Original' to Be Honored
at Anniversary Lunch for Bonds

The Michigan Region of
Women's American ORT will
honor one of its founders,
Mrs. Henry Pariser, at an
Israel 25th anniversary
luncheon noon Thursday at
Cong. Beth Achim.
At this luncheon, on
behalf of Israel Bonds,
Mrs. Pariser will receive the

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dren's Services, a residential
home for emotionally dis-
turbed boys. She has served
as president of Sinai Hospi-
tal's Women's Guild and is
a vice president of Women
for United Foundation.
The featured speaker will
be Martin Agronsky whose
topic will be "Israel — the
Situation Today."

MRS. ISADORE
WINKELMAN

1951. She is a member of its
executive committee.
The Parisers have three
children, Allan of California,
Mrs. Bertram (Barbara) Ad-
ler and Mrs. Douglas (Sue)
Moss. There are four grand-
children.
All ORTists and their
friends are invited to the
luncheon, at which humorist
Lew Norman will appear.
For reservations, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-6770.

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man.
The 1973-74 nominating
committee consists of Mrs.
Harry L. Jackson, Mrs.

Jdele

Theodore Jacobowitz and
Mrs. Benjamin Weintraub.
Mrs. Winkelman started
her career in NCJW as
president of the Junior Group
and was founding chairman

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"Shalom Award." A special
tribute will be given by Mrs.
Samuel Hamburger, and the
Shalom Award will be pre-
sented by the women's divi-
sion Israel Bond chairman,
Mrs. David Pollack.
Luncheon chairmen are
Mrs. Nathan L. Fink and
Mrs. Herbert Oppenheim, an-
nounced Mrs. Donald Thai,
Michigan region president.
Mrs. Pariser, a past presi-
dent of the ORT region, is a
national board member and
a member of its Southwest-
ern field service committee.
Because the Parisers spend
so much time in Palm Beach,
she has a second ORT mem-
bership there.
The Shapiro-Pariser family
built the Shapiro Family ORT
School at Kfar Savat, near
Tel Aviv.
Mrs. Pariser has been an
active member of the wo-
men's division for Israel
Bonds since its inception in

THE HAMTOWN FOODS COMPANY
of Detroit, Michigan

is pleased to announce that it is now under
Strict Orthodox Rabbinical Supervision
of the Michigan Kashurth Council

and that a wide array of its gourmet foods are
now Kosher including these twelve delightful salads
all Kosher & Pareve

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Yeshiva PTA
Plans Meeting

Yeshivath Beth Yehuda
PTA will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Yeshiva
building, where they will
hear Rabbi Menachem Shay-
ovich, national chairman of
the commission on legisla-
tion and civic action of
Agudat Israel of America
and an aide to Congressman
Hugh Carey of New York.
All day-school parents are
invited.

BALLET WEST U.S.A.
will perform 8:20 p.m. May
4 at the Masonic Auditorium.
Tickets are available at the
Masonic Auditorium box of-
fice, Grinnell's and all J. L.
Hudson ticket centers.

Also Kosher & Pareve • Cole Slaw
• Macaroni Salad
• Potato Salad
• Fresh Delicatessen Dills

And Four Delicious Varieties of Home-Made
i)umplings) Available Throughout,
Michigan at Your Favorite 'Grocers



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