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May 11, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-11

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71 - ci11be1ge1'-Sheipiro British Woman Zionist Leader ORTist Honored
to Address ZOD Next Thursday
State Hadassah Heads to Gather Rites Announccd
Mrs. June Jacobs of Lon- their experiences in the cru-
don, England, chairman of cial years of Israel's emer-
for Training Workshops

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, May 11, 1973

Mrs. Oscar Band, presi- sign for the Future," the
dent of the Michigan Region workshops will encompass
of Hadassah, announces the various areas of Hadassah
12th annual regional con- activity. Participants will
join in celebrating Israel's
25th anniversary.
Dr. Fred Pollak, visiting
associate professor of Phy-
sics at Yeshiva University,
will he guest speaker at the
banquet May 22. Mrs. Aaron
Kaplan, national board mem-
ber and chairman of U.S.
government grant purchases,
will serve as national ad-
viser and will deliver the
keynote address:
The conference chairman
is Mrs. William Surath of
Midland. .AIrs. Sidney J.
Winer is workshop coordin-
ator, and Mrs. Louis Cooper,
MRS. OSCAR BAND
registration chairman.
ference for the information
Detroit area regional
and training of Hadassah board members helping to
leaders will be held May 21- plan the conference are Mes-
23 at the Butzel Conference dames Band, Henry Berris,
Center, Ortonville.
Louis Cooper, Albert New-
Based on the theme "De man, Emmanuel Sarko, Don-.
ald Schiller, Rosemary Sel-
burn, Arthur Winer and
Sidney J. Winer. Also chair-
ing sessions will be Mrs.
Donald Baron of Lansing,
Mrs. Donald Sherman of
Essexville and Mrs. Lloyd
Whitman of Grand Rapids.

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Kaye Shapiro and Allen
Marshall Weinberger were
married recently at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Rabbis Irwin
Groner and Moses Lehrman
officiated.
The- bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Shapiro of Pontchartrain Dr.,
Southfield. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Weinberger of Tavi-
stock Tr., Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of
silk satin with bishop sleeves
and a train of Alencon lace.
A Juliet cap held a silk illu-
sion veil.
Mrs. William Cohen was
her her sister's matron of
h o n o r. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. David Kirsch and Mrs.
Mark Manhoff, sisters of the
bride; Barbara Landen and
Arlene Bressler. Junior
bridesmaids were Lisa and
Wendy Kirsch.
Best man was Howard
Weinberger. Ushers were
David Kirsch, Mark Manhoff,
William Cohen, Steve Fried-
man, Michael Lazar and
Thomas Lazar.
Following a honeymoon in
Nassau, the couple will live
in Southfield.

MRS. JUNE JACOBS

Mrs. Norman Cottler will
sponsor the donor luncheon
of the Jewish Women Euro-
pean Welfare Organization
noon Wednesday at the
Zionist Cultural Center. Pro-
ceeds of' the event, marking
Israel's 25th anniversary,
will help support orphans
and widows in Israel and
elsewhere. Mrs. Leo Laufer
is chairman, assisted by
Miriam Hanenberg, co-chair-
man. and Mollie Baseman,
Gussie Cardash, Toby Golob,
Betty Levine, Ann Barkles,
Annette Borowitz and Ida
Tubbin. Rose Zuckerman is
contribution chairman, and
Sadie Haut, president. Eric
Rosenow will provide enter-
tainment.

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gence into statehood.
Weinsaft said there was no
certainty Israel could survive
and that made the determin-
ed will of the pioneers even
stronger in their participation
in a battle to prevent col-
lapse.
Charles Crudgington, one
of the large number of non-
Jews who served in Israel's
original armed forces and
who was among the top fliers
in Israel's mini-air force, said
his participation was cause
for one of the greatest satis-
factions in his life's experi-
ences.
Ben Fingeroot, another of
the 1948 volunteers, told of
his having gone to Czechos-
lovakia to help fly some of
the old planes into Israel,
there to assist in repairing
them — he had previously
served in the U.S. Air Force
— and later to participate in
the military struggle that led
to Israel's independence.
Also present was David
Saferstein, who assisted in
bringing small boats into Is-
rael and who was among
the early volunteers in the
formative Israel Navy in
1948.
Offering toasts to Israel at
that party were Dr. Sanford
Bennett, program chairman
of ZOD, Cantor Jacob H.
Sonenklar, who offered the
prayer to Israel and sang the
"Le'Hayim" and who pro-
vided the musical program,
accompanied by Dan Froh-
man; Cantor A. A. Rosen-
feld, and former ZOD presi-
dents, Dr. Jack Green-berg,
Philip Slomovitz, Morris
Jacobs, Richard Kramer,
Louis Panush, Judge Ira
Kaufman, Dr. Joel Hambur-
ger and Oarmi M. Slomovitz.

secure just rights for Rus-
sian Jews and was the leader
in the fast and vigil that was
conducted outside of the
Soviet embassy in London on
behalf of Silva Zalmanson.
A social hour will follow
Mrs. Jacobs' address and the
question and answer period
and refreshments will be
served.
At the "L'Hayim Israel"
ZOD party Monday, which
drew a capacity audience,
Harry Weinsaft, who now
Criterion Club will host a
operates the Kingsley Inn
Art Gallery, and a group of "Maytime Ball" 9 p.m. Satur-
Southfield psychic Jean members of the volunteer day at the Southfield Civic
Goren will highlight the clos- force that aided in Israel's Center. The public is invited.
Jimmy Yokum and his or-
ing meeting of Sheruth liberation in 1948, described
chestra
will provide the
League, affiliate of the Fresh
music fOr dancing. Prizes
Air Society, 8:15 p.m. Tues-
day at the United Hebrew Fashion Show Raises will be awarded, and re-
will be served.
Schools auditorium.
$2 Million in Bonds freshments
Reservations are being ac-
Mrs. Goren will explore
NEW YORK (JTA) — An cepted for the 12th annual
the value of developing one's audience of more than 1,400 dinner-dance, floor-show and
own ESP—"Everyone's Spe- purchased $2,000,000 in Israel installation June 9 at the
cial Perception" with illus- Bonds at the annual fashion Sussex House Restaurant.
tr.ations and simple experi- show of Israeli designers For tickets, call Pearl Green-
ments.
held at the Hotel Americana. stein, 399-3718, or Betty
The event, sponsored by Weinberg, 559-5175.
Mrs. Max Chomsky, presi-
dent, indicated special honor the women's division of State
will be accorded to the men of Israel Bonds, was held in
and women who have helped honor of the 75th birthday of
conclude a successful season. Israeli Premier Golda Meir
Program coordinator Mr3. and in celebration of Israel's
Louis Freeman and member- 25th anniversary.
Special guests were Mrs.
ship chairman Mrs. Melvin
Yosef
Tekoah, wife of Is-
Harris invite all interested
persons. Refreshments and rael's ambassador to the
prizes will close the evening. UN; Mrs. Simha Dinitz,
For information, call Mrs. wife of Israel's ambassador
Chomsky, LI 2-7264, or the to the U.S.; and Bess Myer-
4'iritativirk.gurSad
Fresh Air Society office, DI son, former New York com-
missioner of consumer af-
1-5666.
fairs.

Maytime Ball
for Criterion

Sheruth League
to Close Season

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MRS. WEINBERGER

the Association of Jewish
Women's Organizations in
the United Kingdom, will
address the annual election
meeting of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, the
local arm of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, 8:30
p.m. Thursday at the Zion-
ist Cultural Center.
On the agenda, in addition
to election of officers, will
be a review of the past
year's activities by the re-
tiring president, Dr. Jack
Greenberg.
Mrs. Jacobs, who is on a
national ZOA tour, has been
in the forefront of British
Jewry's activities in behalf
of Soviet Jews. She is a
member of the actions com-
mittee of the British Board
of Deputies in the efforts to

Brandeis Women
Hunting for Books

The Greater Detroit Chap-
ter of Brandeis University
National Women's Commit-
tee is looking for books for
its annual sale, held each
fall. Proceeds go to the
Brandeis University libraries.
Both hard and soft cover
books are needed to build up
the inventory. Donors are
asked to call DI 1-4621 for
free pick up. All donations
are tax-deductible.

Men to Model
for Israeli Cause

The Women's Committee of
Michigan Region—The Amer-
ican Red Magen David for
Israel will present "Esquires,
Ltd." a men's fashion show,
June 23 at the Danish Club.
There will be a continental
late supper and many prizes.
For tickets, call Mrs. Allan
Warnick, 353-0459. Proceeds
will pay for needed medical
equipment in Israel.

The Michigan Region of
ORT celebrated Israel's 25th
anniversary at a luncheon
honoring one of its founders,
Mrs. Henry Pariser, left.
The Shalom Award was pre-
sented to her by Mrs. David
Pollack, Israel Bond Wo-
men's division chairman.
Sales exceeded $100,000.

Evelyn Orbach and Joyce
Fuerring, the performing
company of "Theater, Et cet-
era" will entertain the Oak-
land Branch of the AMERI-
CAN ASSOCIATION OF UNI-
VERSITY WOMEN and their
guests at the AAUW annual
luncheon May 21 at the
Drayton Avenue Presbyter-
ian Church, Ferndale.

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