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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-19

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8—Friday, April 19;11 /74' THE DETROIT JEWISWINEWS S i ste rh o s IVIap Ociole'r- Wedding

Cultural Calendar

of Events in Detroit Jewish Community
Week of April 19-25

April 21-1:15 p.m.—Memorial Academy to Six Million at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. Free.
21-8 p.m.—"An Evening With Shlomo Carlebach" at
Temple Israel. Free
22-8:30 p.m.—"Evening of Chamber Music for Is-
rael" at Hillel Day School. Tickets. 851-2055.
23-8 p.m.—Esther Broner reading from her new
novel, "Her Mothers;" at the Bayit, 16845 Muir-
land. Free. 861-1929.
23-8:15 p.m.—Israeli Film Night sponsored by Tech-
nion Society Detroit Chapter at Shiawassee Hotel.
Free.
24-7 p.m.—Israel Independence Day Services at
Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods. Moses Schon-
feld, speaker. Free.
24-8:30 p.m.—Israel Independence Day observance at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum:
"Towards Israel's Golden Anniversary—the Next
25 Years." Free.

th

GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, wlil have a
fund-raising bingo party 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Regina Weisman, chairman,
announces the r e will be
pr i z e s and refreshments.
Guests are invited. Proceeds
will go to the Israel Emerg-
ency Fund. The chapter will
meet noon Monday at the
home of Mrs. Gerald Brody,
13400 Northfield, Oak Park,
to celebrate the 26th anni-
versary of Israel. Anne Wein-
berger will discuss her trip
to Israel. Refreshments will
be served, and guests are in-
vited.

CHANA CZ ENE SH CHAP -
TER, Pioneer Women, will
meet noon Monday at the
Charterhouse Apt s. club
room. Rabbi Ernst Conrad
of Temple Kol Ami and stu-
dent adviser at Oakland Uni-
versity, will speak on "How
to Retain an Interest in
American Politics." Guests
are invited, and refershments
will be served.
* *
DETROIT WOMEN OF
ALPHA OMEGA will hold
its annual election meeting
noon Tuesday at the Wabeek
Country Club, Bloomfield
Hills. A handicrafts display,
"What's Buzzing at the Bee-
hive," will be presented. For
- reservations, call Nancy
Korby, 353-2413, or Charlotte
Tessler, 851-5017. Guests are
welcome.

*

* *

PRIMROSE BENEVO-
LENT CLUB will meet 8
p.m. Monday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Refresh..
ments will be served, and
husbands are invited.

*

* *

FANNIE GLUCK CHAP-
TER, Mizrachi Women, will
have a pre-donor luncheon
noon Monday at the Zionist

Culttiral Center. Mrs. Philip
Fealk will give a book re-
view. For reservations for
the May 14 donor, call Mrs.
A. Bednarsh, 352-9363.
* *

OAKFIBLD CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT,
will hold a bingo party 7:30
p.m. Sunday at Hillel Day
School. For tickets, call Mrs.
Susan Colbert, 398-5318.

* * *

BETH - EL SISTERHOOD
will present Dr. David Di-
Chiera, general director of
Michigan Opera Theater and
executive director of t h e
Music Hall Center for the
Performing Arts, 10 a.m.
Monday at the temple. Guests
are invited. For reservations,
call the temple office, 851-
1100.

* * *

CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will meet 8 p.m.
at the Raleigh House. Mrs.
Leo Rosen announces Dr. Ed-
ward Ruzumna will speak on
"Sex in the Middle Years."
Husbands and friends are in-
vited. Refreshments will be
served.

*

* *

Spring Parley

Michigan Branch of Wom-
en's League for Conservative
Judaism will hold its annual
spring conference May 7 and
8 at Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Skits, thoughtshops, panel
discussion, luncheon and so-
ciability are planned.
Mrs. Harold Leaf of Roslyn,
N.Y., national vice president
of Women's League, will be
consultant speaker on the
theme of the conference,
"With an Understanding
Heart."
Mrs. Irving Chaiken, pres-
ident, Mrs. Eugene Tapfer
MISS MIRIAM TAYLOR
and Mrs. Carl R. Lichten-
stein, conference chairmen;
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Taylor
and Mrs. Leon Sears and of Parkiawn Ave., Oak Park,
Mrs. B e r n a r d Whiteman, announce the engagement of
branch registration chairmen. their daughter Miriam Sue
to Sanford N. Newman,
son of Mrs. Arnold Zalenko
of Muirland Dr., Farmington
Hills, and the late Mr.
Charles J. Newman.
An October wedding is
planned.
will present the slate. Mrs.
Donald Davis, vice president
of program announces Nathan
Garvin, of Common Cause
will s p eak. Refreshments
will be served. An oneg Sha-
Women of Wayne (State
bat will be held 12:30 p.m. University) will honor seven
May 4 followed by a program alumnae at its annual Head-
of readings from S h o l e m liners luncheon noon April
Aleichem and a skit by Lahav 27 at the Detroit Yacht Club.
United Synagogue Youth. A cocktail reception will be
Cantor Simon Bermanis will held at 11:30.
lead community singing. For
Among the honorees are
reservations, by May- 1, call Olga G. Dworkin, chairman
Mrs. Ben Davis, chairman, of the university's campus
356-3349; Mrs. Max Kruger, beautification committee of
co-chairman, 273-3424; or the the Wayne State Fund; Dr.
synagogue of fice, 352-8670. Sonya K. Friedman, psy-
The public is 'invited.
chologist, author and col-
* * *
umnist; and Naomi Siegel,
SHAROgA CHAPTER, cinematographer and direc-
Pioneer Women, will hold a tor of promotion for Dayton-
board meeting 8 p.m. Thurs- Hudson Properties, Eastern
day at the home of Helen Region.
F o r reservations, c a 11
Laski , 21305 Glenmorra,
Alumni House on the univer-
Southfield.
sity campus, 577-2167.
* * *

n e ws

WSU Women
to Cite Alumnae

NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pi-
oneer Women, will have a
meeting noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Lena Schwartz,
22121 Harding, Oak Park. A
prize will be awarded. Guests
are invited.
*
*
LADIES OF YESHIVATH
BETH YEHUDAH and WOM-
EN'S SABBATH LEAGUE
will hold a luncheon-meeting
noon Wednesday at the Yes-
hiva building. Mrs. Ida Fried-
lander will sponsor the lunch-
eon. Friends are invited.

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
NATIONAL WOMEN'S COM-
MITTEE, Detroit Chapter,
will have an election lunch-
eon noon Wednesday at the
Shiawassee Hotel. Dr. Roy F.
Grow, professor of politics
at Brandeis University, will
e a k on "Where Do We
Stand In This World With
Relationship to the Mideast,
Russia and China?" There is
a charge. For reservations,
ATEMA-ROSENTHAL: Mr.
call Mrs. Jerome Shapero, and Mrs. Nathan Greenhouse
354-0192.
of Riverside Dr., Southfield,
anounce the marriage of
BETH ACHIM SISTER- Ilyse Rosenthal, the daughter
HOOD will hold its annual of Mrs. Greenhouse and the
election meeting noon Mon- late Mr. Myron Rosenthal, to
day at the synagogue. Mrs. Dr. Jelle Atema, son of Mr.
Thomas Partovich, chairman and Mrs. Ate Atema of Oos-
of the nominating committee, terbeck, Holland. The wed-
ding ceremony was solemn-
ized April 3 at Martha's
Vineyard, Mass.

activities in Society

Anne Rubin, president of the Jewish War Veterans
Ladies Department of Michigan, will attend the national
executive committee meeting April 26-May 1 in New York.
Also attending are national officers Sara Nemon, Shirlee
Iden and Rozalyn Liner, and department officers Rita Goyer
and Eve Dryman. They will attend the regional upon their
return.

Windsor Hadassah Sets Bazaar
for Miriam Taylor at Cleary Auditorium May 15

You must not stand in ter-
ror of them, for the Lord
your God is in your midst, a
great and awful God . "—
Deut. 7:21.

Windsor Hadassah — WIZO
will have its eighth annual
bazaar and exposition 10
a.m.-10 p.m. May 15 at the
Cleary Auditorium and Con-
vention Hall. Proceeds will
aid Hadassah projects such
as Youth Aliya and cancer
and heart research.
Prizes will be awarded in-
cluding a color TV and a new
automobile.
Among this year's fea-
tures at the bazaar are fur
and fashion shows that will
be held at 2:30 and 7:30 p.m.
There will be a gourmet food
booth, baked goods sale and
a continuous cafeteria serv-
ing such delicacies as cab-
bage rolls, cheeze blintzes
and noodle pudding.
Several booths will be set
up featuring clothing, art ob-
jects, linens, toys, books,
records, handicrafts, white
elephant pieces and sports
equipment. There also will
be an Israeli display and ex-
hibits representing business

and industry in the Windsoi
community.
Tickets will be available a,
the door and from chaptei
members. Children under 121
accompanied by an adult
will be admitted free.

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