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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, March 1, 1974

Cultural Calendar

May Wedding. Set Goodman-Gill
Troth Announced
or Robin Lutz

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

Week of March 1-7

March 3-6 p.m.—Council of Orthodox Rabbis Anniversary
Banquet, at Cobo Hall. Reservations. '356-7068.
—8 p.m.—Sephardic Community Evening of Inter-
- national Dancing, at Zionist Cultural Center.
557-8551.
—8:15 p.m.—Dr. Allen Pollack: "The Jewish Peo-
ple in a World of Crisis," opening lecture in spring
series at Adat Shalom Synagogue. Free.
4-8:30 p.m.—Humanistic Judaism Lecture. Rabbi
Sherwin T. Wine: "Religion," at Birmingham
Temple. Admission.
5-8 p.m.—Forum on Jewish Education, at the
Bayit, 16845 Muirland. Free. 861-1929.
—8:30 p.m.—Isaac B. Singer: "My Philosophy as
a Jewish Writer," opening spring lecture at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Free.

Windsor Community Plans
Concert, Purim Event, Film Night

8 p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue. Refreshments will
follow the showing of the
film, which is in English.
-
* * *
Shaar Hashomayim's reli-
gious school will present a
congregational Purim lunch-
eon, featuring costumes.
songs, prizes and bingo, noon
March 10 in the synagogue.
For tickets, call the syna-
gogue, 253-2352.
*
*
Ada Maimon and Kinneret
chapters, Pioneer Women,
will hold their annual donor
luncheon 1 p.m. Wednesday
at the Jewish Center. There
will be entertainment.
* * * •
Farband and the Jewish
Center will present a Yid-
dish musical revue, "Hai:
To Life!", under the direc-
tion of Ben Bonus, 8 p.m.
March 28 at the center.

A program in honor of JeW-
ish Music Month will be pre-
sented by the adult activities
committee of the Windsor
Jewish Community Center 8
p.m. Thursday at the center.
Pianist Julius Chajes, vo-
calist Annette Chajes and
violinist Mischa Lefkowitz
will be featured.
There is a nominal charge.
AY * *
Cong. -Shaar Hashomayim
will have a theater night,
featuring the Israeli film,
"The Flying Matchmaker,"

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OAK PARK

MISS ROBIN LUTZ

MISS ILENE GOODMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon M.
Lutz of Olde Franklin Dr.,
Farmington Hills, announce
the engagement of their
daughter Robin Cheryl to Dr.
John Cohen, son of Mrs.
Miriam Cohen of Cleveland.
and the late Mr. Joel J.
Cohen.
Miss Lutz is a music major
at Oakland Community Col-
lege. Her fiance was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan's dental school.
A May wedding is planned.

Mrs. Selma Goodman of
Camelot Dr., Trenton, an-
nounces the engagement- of
her daughter Ilene Ann to
Douglas Randolph Gill, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin 0.
Gill of Jackson.
Miss Goodman,. daughter
of the late Mr. Edward J.
Goodman, was graduated
from Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity. Her fiance was grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan.
A July wedding is planned.

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Film 'L'Hayim'

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The Michigan Region of
Women's American ORT will
host a private screening of a
new film, "L'Hayim — To
Life" 8 p.m. March 13 at the
Raleigh House.
The film, narrated by Eli
Wallach and produced and di-
rected by Harold Mayer, will
be shown to an invited group
of civic and educational lead-
ers in the Detroit area. Chair-
man for the evening is Mrs.
Dennis Rogers.
The evening will initiate a
week - long celebration of
ORT's founding, and the film
will be available to other or-
ganizations as a 'community
service.
For information, write Wo-
men's American ORT, 15900
W. 10 Mile, Suite 101, South-
field 48075.

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MISS RHONDA LEVINE

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will present its 24th annual
"Art and Artisans Fair '74,"
March 24-26 at Temple Israel.
Tickets are on sale now at
the temple at a reduced
price, but also will be sold at
the door.
For ticket information, call
Mrs. Jack Kopnick, 548-2892,
Mrs. Allen Smaltz, 322-2252,
or the Temple Israel office,
UN 3-7769.
Sisterhood President Mrs.
Norman Ross named Mrs.
David Zeff, vice president of
ways and means, as over-all
chairman of the fair. Mrs.
Sol Luft is artisan chairman.
Mrs. David Lipschutz and
Mrs. Milford Singer are co-
chairmen of the art depart-
ment.
Marji Kunz, Free Press fa-
shion writer, will speak 11
a.m. March 25. Bill Bonds,
Channel 7 newscaster, will be
the guest 11 a.m. March 26.

_ Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Le-
vine of Marlow Ave., _ Oak
Park, announce the engage-
ment of . their daughter
Rhonda Ellen to Phillip
Morgan Silverman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silver-
man of Brooklyn.
Mr. Silverman was grad-
uated from the University of
Miami.
An April wedding is Keating: Kissinger Has
planned.
Complex Task in New

UHS Nursery School
Plans Open House

United H e b r e w Schools
Nursery School will have an
open house 2-4 p.m. Sunday
at the 10 Mile Branch of the
Jewish Center.
Registration for the nur-
sery school is being accepted
for the term beginning in
September. Sessions are held
9-11:30 a.m., for two-, three-
or five-day periods. The
afternoon session meets 1-
3:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
The school, now in its 24th
year, is licensed by the state,
and is supervised by Sylvia
Handler and Reva Klaymer.
There are still some open-
ings, and bus transportation
is available for Southfield,
Huntington Woods and Oak
Park. For information, call
the Hebrew school, 548-4191.

of Singles Meeting

The third major meeting of
the Greater Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, will be held 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at Temple
Bath El. Tours of the new
structure will precede the
meeting.
, Dr. Max Mark, professor
of political science at Wayne
State University, and Abba
Freedman, an attorney and
observer of the geo-politics of
Israel, will speak on "The
Intricate Web," concerning
the energy crisis, the U. N.
in the Mideast and the role
of American Jews.
Chairman of the day will
be Edwina Davis, vice presi-
dent of public affairs. Bea-
trice Rowe, executive vice
president, will be moderator.
Doris Wasserman, Florence
LoPatin and Barbara Mayer
head the program committee.

Levine-Silverman 'Art, Artisans
Engagement Told Fair' Scheduled

ORT to Preview

Dating Game Topic

NCJW Meeting
Slated at Beth El

Disengagement Effort
TEL AVIV (JTA)—"Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger
faces a more complex and
sensitive task in helping
bring about a disengagement
of forces between Israel and
Syria than he did last month
in the separation with
Egypt."
This evaluation was made
by U.S. Ambassador Kenneth
Keating speaking to a - group
of American Pioneer Women
who concluded their study
mission in Israel.
The ambassador said that
the changed conditions after
the war presented an un-
paralleled opportunity for
peace, since war was no
longer an attractive alterna-
tive. He also stressed the
continuing U. S. commitment
to Israel's independence and
security saying that it never
had been greater than under
Nixon's administration. -



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will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday
at the home of Bea Braun,
27000 Franklin, Southfield.
"The Dating Game" will be
discussed.
The group is open to all
single Jewish adults. Bowl-
ing is held 9:30 p.m. every
second and fourth Sunday of
each month at the Oak Park
Lanes. For directions, call
Bea Braun, 357-4369.

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the sun is shining and wa
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