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November 16, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-11-16

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Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

Alpincr-Hartman
AlanSiegeltollarry 'froth _Announced

1V,ing

28—Friday, Nov. 16, 1973

Judies fine fashions

Nov. 16-8:30 p.m.—"Is 'Jesus Christ Superstar' Anti-Se-
metic?" at Sholem Aleichem Institute Oneg Shabat.
Refreshments. 626-9565.
Nov. 18-8:15 p.m.—Concert of Solidarity With Soviet Jew-
ry, by Cantor Mikhail Alexandrovich at Adat Sha-
lom Synagogue. Admission. 851-5100.
Nov. 18-8:30 p.m.—Margalit Oved dance concert at Jewish
Center. Admission. DI 14200.
Nov. 19-8:15 p.m.—Opening Fall Seminar Institute adult
study session at Adat Shalom Synagogue. Free.
Nov. 20-8 p.m.—Mame Loshen Yiddish Series at Cong.
Beth Achim, Free.

Giant Mr. Clean
Alive and Well
in Beersheba

but
momma
calls it
lireplach

There can't be a housewife
in this country who knows
not of Mr. Clean — the giant
with the shaved head and
single earring — who gazes
out from television commer-
cials and cleanser labels.

Well, it turns out, Mr.
Clean is not only Jewish, but
a new immigrant to Israel.

Detroiter Sue (Y a f f a)
Stark, an olah herself, along
with her husband Paul and
family, reports that the
former Mr. Clean lives in
Beersheba "and has been
having trouble with his He-
brew."
Mrs. Stark, writing to her
friends in the Michael Stark
Chapter of the Children's
Leukemia Foundation, said
she learned that "when he
first arrived, his head was
shaved and he wore his ear-
ring. I was also told that
he's a big giant of a man,
Well, says me, this is cer-
tainly something to write
home about, but first I've
got to see in order to be-
lieve."
On checking out the story
herself, Mrs. Stark found
"Mr. Clean" working at the
University of the Negev.
"Without a d o u b t," she
wrote, "he's all you would
expect, shaved head and all"
— but, no longer wearing an
earring and no longer known
by his famous name.
"Tell me," she concluded,
"in all the days of your lives,
would it have occurred to
you that Mr. Clean would
have trouble learning He-
brew?"

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MISS NANCY 111TCHNICK

MISS TOBIE ALPINER

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham I.
Mitchnick of Kenosha Ave.,
Oak Park, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Nancy Ellen to Alan Siegel,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Siegel of St. Marys Ave.
Miss Mitchnick was grad-
uated from Monteith College,
Wayne State University. Her
fiance was graduated from
Wayne State University with
degrees in industrial en-
gineering and secondary
education.
A March wedding is
planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Alpiner
of Aberdeen Ave., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Tobie
Elayne to Thomas L. Hart-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Hartman of Dante
Ave., Oak Park.

Miss Alpiner is a student
at Wayne State University's
college of liberal arts. Her
fiance is a senior in Wayne
State's school of business ad-
ministration.
An August wedding is
planned.

Women's Institute Activity
to Relate Mideast Crisis

Departing from original
plans, the 27th annual Insti-
tute of the Jewish Welfare
Federation's women's divi-
sion, scheduled for Nov. 27 at
the Jewish Center, will be
tailored to news from the
Middle East.
Speakers will be the com-
munity relations director of

Greenberg

Loskove

the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, Abe Loskove, and Dr.
Irving Greenberg, chairman
of the Jewish studies depart-
ment of the College of the
City of New York.
"Prepared texts are out
the window in view of the
daily-changing news from the
Mideast," said Mrs. Fred-
erick Shevin, who is heading
the annual all-day educa-
tional event which Federa-
tion opens to all women in
the community.
The institute will be held
from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Added to the business
agenda at the beginning of
the day will be a report on
the accelerated 1974 Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund, said Mrs.
Morris J. Brandwine, worn-
en's division president. Mrs.

Merle Harris, division cam-
paign chairman, will report
on a special mission to Israel
and conditions and needs as
she and other women's cam-
paign chairmen found them.
Mrs. Shevin said that both
Loskove and Greenberg bring
extensive knowledge to the
institute, which originally
was titled "Jews Around the
World" before the recent
Arab-Israel hostilities.
Loskove has been a key
executive in JDC since the
end of World War II.
Greenberg, who will ad-
dress the afternoon session,
has taught at Yeshiva Uni-
versity and was a visiting
Fulbright professor in his-
tory at Tel Aviv University.
He also is chairman of the
advisory board for the Cen-
ter for Russian Jewry.
Loskove will face question-
ers following his speech in
the morning. They are Mes-
dames John L. Greenberg,
former Fall Forum chair-
man; Philip R. Marcuse,
former women's division
president; and Mrs. Sheldon
D. Stern, adviser to the plan-
ning committee.
For reservations, call Fed-
eration, WO 5-3939. There is
no admission charge for the
institute but a nominal
charge for the optional lunch.

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Mrs. Bernard Chase is
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