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October 19, 1973 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-19

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30—Friday, October 19, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

What's Their Line?

Bidlofsky-Goldner
Rites Announced

Activates

Mother, Daughter Puzzle Panel

For the first time in the
23-year history of television's
"What's My Line?" a mother
and a daughter with unusual
occupations will appear as
guests — and within one
month of each other.
On Monday evening, 19-
year-old, Carol Goren of Alta
Vista Ave., Southfield, will
be quizzed by the celebrity
panel on her occupation as
a stage hypnotist. The show,
which was videotaped for
showing at 7:30 p.m. on
Channel 2, includes a demon-

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stration in which 80 pounds
of cement bags were placed
on Miss Goren, who, self-
hypnotized, was lying rigid
between two chairs.
On Sept. 26, her mother,
Mrs. Gerald (Jean) Goren
appeared on the show as a
lecturer on extra-sensory
perception.
Carol, who attends Florida
State University, has per-
formed with the USO over-
seas and with the Michigan
State Fair.
Actually, there is potential
in the Goren family for other
"What's My Line?" shows.
Son Gary, 22, a graduate of
Goddard College, Vt., is
studying to be a herbalist.
Daughter Barbara, 21, who
attended Eastern Michigan
University, is studying yoga
in London with the intention
of teaching it.
Only Gerald Goren wouldn't
qualify in the unusual job
category. He's a painting
and decorating contractor.
Yawn.

Radomer Slates
Annual Dinner

Radomer Aid Society has
scheduled its 53rd annivers-
ary banquet with cocktails
followed by dinner 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 28, at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Nathan Wolok, president,
named Mrs. Reta Ager, vice
president, as toastmistress;
Simon Bermann, chairman;
and Nathan Sherman, floor
manager.
For reservations, call Mrs.
Celia Mager, 557-5466, or
Mrs. Esther Wolok, 968-4226.
There will be music for
dancing and entertainment by
Charlie Weiner.

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Grith

f3nat

Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit
will hold a delegates' meet-
ing 8 p.m. Wednesday at the
Zionist Cultural Center. Mrs.
Ira Albion is council presi-
dent.

4:

*

LOUIS D. B R A ND E I S

CHAPTER will meet 12:30
p.m., Monday at the Zion-
ist Cultural Center. Mrs.
Alec Sherr, Anti-Defamation
League chairman, will fea-
ture a rumor clinic conduct-
ed by Mrs. Phillip Fealk, na-
MRS. GERALD BIDLOFSKY tional executive board mem-
ber of BIM. A petite lunch-
Marilyn Judy Goldner and eon will be served, and
Gerald L. Bidlofsky were guests are invited.
married in a recent cere-
*
*
mony at Cong. Bnai David.
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER
Rabbi Hayim Donin and will hold its next meeting
Cantor Hyman Adler offi- 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
ciated.
home of Mrs. Murray Yolles,
The bride is the daughter 29430 Chatham, Southfield.
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goldner The program will feature
of Sussex Ave., Oak Park. a musical r e v u e written
Parents of the bridegroom and produced by Jeri Binder.
are Mr. and Mrs. Murray An ice cream social will fol-
Bidlofsky of Carriage Hill low. Guests are invited. For
Dr.. Southfield.
information, call Mrs. Jerry
The bride wore an organdy Tepman, 354-2225, or Mrs.
gown highlighted with Alen- Lester Schoenberg, 353-3493.
4 *
con lace and imported pearls.
A seed pearl crown held her
DOWNTOWN FOX LODGE
floor-length illusion veil. She will meet to celebrate mem-
carried roses and a lily.
bers' birthdays 8 p.m. Thurs-
Attending the bride were day at the Jewish War Vet-
Mrs. Bruce Goldman, matron erans Memorial Home. Re-
of honor; and Marlene freshments and a songfest
Fischel and Mrs. Eva Weis- will be featured.
*
*
*
berger of Montreal, brides-
maids. Flower girls were
Mira Goldner, Judith and BB Oldsters, Youth
Edith Meisels of Toronto, Aid Effort in Israel
WASHINGTON—The Bnai
and Alysa Bidlofsky. Randy
Brith District in Israel, in a
Bidlofsky was ring bearer.
Best man was Herb Bid- cabled message here, report-
lofsky, brother of the bride- ed it had organized war
groom. Ushers were Edward s e r vice programs among
older members who had not
Kanfer and Steven Cutler.
Also participating was the been called up for military
bridegroom's grandfather. service. These included a
drive for "maximum
Morris Chalfen.
Following a honeymoon in amounts" to the government's
New York and Martinique, emergency war loan drive, as
the couple will live in South- well as voluntary service as
hospital aides and at first-
field.

Grossman to Address
Metropolitan Session

Grossman, co-
Lewis
chairman of the 1974 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund, will speak
at the annual awards meet-
ing, of the Campaign's metro-
politan division 10 a.m. Oct.
28 at the Jewish Center.
Receiving awards will be
the campaign chairmen of
service organizations who
have worked for the 1973
"kJC-IEF.
Affiliate organizations of
the Metropolitan Division are
the Metropolitan Bnai Brith
Council, Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Bowling Associa-
tion, Bnai Brith Lodges, Con-
gregation Beth Abraham Hil-
lel Men's Club, Congregation
Beth Shalom Men's Club,
Detroit Socialites, Center
Businessmen's Club, Center
Social Service Club, Golden
Age Chorale Group, Golden
Friendship Circle, Jewish
Center Culture Club, Jewish
Parent's Institute, Retired
Men's Recreation Club, Jew-
ish War Veterans, Labor
Zionist Alliance Council of
Detroit, Pontiac Volunteers,
Shalom Aleichem Institute,
United Hebrew Schools, and
Workmen's Circle.
The meeting will be chair-
ed by John Nemon, 1973
Met division chairman.
For reservations contact
the metropolitan division di-
rector, Mrs. Max Chomsky,
at the Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation, WO 5-3939.

Jewish 'teachers torm group
to Defend Status of .Sabbath

A new organization, Detroit to meet with Alvin Kushner,
Chapter of Jewish Public executive director of the
School Teachers (DCJPST), Jewish Community Council,
has been formed "to insure who pledged JCC support,
and fight for the rights of and offered to inform the
Jewish teachers employed by school board of the Council's
the Detroit Public Schools. position on this matter.
Other committees will con-
Among the issues at hand,
its organizers state, are the tact the teachers' and ad-
possibility of S a tur day ministrators' unions, to make
classes in Detroit schools to known to them the DCJPST's
make up for lost days in the position, and to offer fair
present, prolonged strike, and equitable alternate solu-
and the impending issue of tions.
Interested teachers and ad-
forced residency in Detroit
of all teachers teaching in ministrators are invited to
call Eugene Goldberg, 399-
the Detroit system.
5375, or Leonard Antel, 399-
A recent organizational 7099, for further information
meeting, which was attended on membership and activi-
by a number of interested ties.
teachers and administrators,
resulted in a plan of action
to insure that Detroit's Jew-
Creative Party Planning
ish teachers will not be
including
forced to work on Saturdays
Candy
Centerpieces
or lose pay because of their
Sabbath observances.
A committee was formed
Personalized Party

aid stations, and replacing
mobilized workers in essen-
tial war industries.
Noar L'Noar (youth-to-
youth), the Bnai Brith youth
movement in Israel, has been
enlisted for civilian services,
filling sandbags, digging
trenches and painting car
headlights for blackout pre-
cautions.
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tions reported its check of the
major campuses in the U.S.
showed "an intensity and
concern surpassing even that
of the great outpouring of
campus support in 1967."

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Wednesday, at the United
Hebrew Schools administra-
tion building, announced Bur-
ton D. Farbman, president.
The division, in its concern
over the new Israel war
crisis, is planning a discus-
sion of its multiple implica-
tions. Experts on the Middle
East will be present.
The division has launched
additional division participa-
tion in the Israel Emergency
Fund campaign for cash mo-
bilization with telethons and
personal solicitations.
The Wednesday meeting
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