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August 23, 1974 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 23, 1974-L-29

Jackson, Dinitz Plan Hadassah Address

NEW YORK — Senator
Henry M. Jackson (D.-
Wash.) and Simha Dinitz, Is-
raelambassador tothe
United States, will address
the opening plenary of Ha-
dassah's 60th annual National
Convention, Sept. 8 at the
Marriott Motor Hotel in At-
lanta.
Rose M at z k in, national
president of Hadassah, said
about 2,500 delegates, repre-
senting 325,000 me m b e r s
throughout the U.S. and

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Puerto Rico will attend the
four day convention.
Jerusalem Ma y or Teddy
Kollek will be given Hadas-
sah's highest honor, the Hen-
rietta Szold Award at the
convention banquet.

Among the speakers at the
workshops are I. L. Kenen,
chairman, American Israel
Public Affairs Committee and
editor of the Near East Re-
port; H y m an Bookbinder,
Washington representative,
American Jewish Committee;
and Rabbi Mordechai Wax-
man, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Israel, Greak Neck, N.Y.

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JNF Women to Honor Mrs. Sperka on Behalf of State of Israel Borids

Mrs. Jushua Sperka will be
honored at a tribute luncheon
sponsored by the Women of
Jewish National Fund on be-
half of the State of Israel
Bonds noon Sept. 10 at Cong.
Beth Achim.
Mrs. Sperak came to De-
troit in 1925 and attended
the City College of Detroit
(now Wayne State Univer-
sity). She was married in
1931 to Rabbi Sperka who was
the spiritual, leader at Cong.
Bnai David, in addition to
pulpits in Ann Arbor and Mt.
Clemens and presently holds

the pulpit at Young Israel of
Greenfield.
She is a founder of Bnai
David Sisterhood; women's
division, American Jewish
Congress in 1939; Fannie
G l u c k Chapter, Mizrachi
Women, and a life member
of that group. She was
awarded the "Woman of
Valor" award in 1964 by Miz-
rachi Women. She also was
the founder of the Women's
Sabbath League.
She has been active in the
women's division of State of

Local Author Has
Two New Books

Detroiter Rhoda Zahavie
Shames, who has already
published several books of
poems and short stories, has
authored two new books.
The first, "Pulse of the
Mortal Clock," is a poetic
work which is the result of
SO years of writing. It will
be released by Ahva Press
in Jerusalem. The other book,
"Essence of Our Heritage,"
is a compilation of short
stories dealing with Israel.

Women's Music
Club Sets 1st
Jubilee Parley

Israel Bonds and headed its Eugene Tapfer.
For reservations, call
speakers bureau. She also
participated on the Detroit Israel Bond office, 968-0
Committee for Soviet Jewry
and the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
Mrs. Pearl Nosan is lunch-
Leave Everything to
eon chairman, and Mrs. Jules
Kraft is president of the
Women of Jewish National
Fund.
The luncheon committee in-
cludes:

! I WHY WORRY

Mesdames Louis Cooper, Mayer
Cooper, Norman Cottler, Milton
Duchan, David Dombey, Julius
Feigelman, Kurt Hertz, William
Hordes, Israel Kardner, Leslie
Krakowitz, Morris Lachover, Leo
Laufer, Louis Levine, William
Levin, Albert Posen, Albert Poti-
ker, Albert Prag, A. A. Rosen-
feld, Ed Solomon, Irving Schlus-
sel, Harry Schumer, Sidney Sch-
wartz, Frank Silverman, Carmi
Slomovitz, Philip Slomovitz, Emil
Spillman, Max Stollman and

Correction

WYN

and HAROLD LANDIV

HOME CATERING,i

The cutline below the wed-
ding picture of the former
Celia Lucow in last week's
• ' STYLE
Jewish Ne w s erroneously
• ELEGANCE
read that she is Mrs. James (Ai
• BEAUTY
Lucow. She is Mrs. James
Stegman. The Jewish News _ WYN-HAROLD CATERING
regrets the error.

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The Music Study Club of
Metropolitan Detroit will host
former s tudent, Cynthia
Raim, at its opening meeting
for the club's 50th annivers-
ary noon Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Julie Sandler,
35 Harlan, Bloomfield Hills.
At age 7, Miss Raim was
sponsored by the Music Study
Club and was taken on as a
student by Mischa Kottler.
She won awards throughout
the state and appeared as a
soloist in concerts with the
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra's Young People's
Symphony, the Windsor Sym-
phony and Toledo Symphony
orchestras.
Following her acceptance
at Curtis Institute, where she
is studying under Mieczslaw
Horszowski and Rudolph,
Serkin, Miss Raim was pre-
sented as one of the featured
artists at one of the club's
annual artist's concerts.
She has since made her
debut at the National Gal-
lery of Art in Washington,
D.C., received second prize
in the B a c h International
Competition and earned the
first Festorazzi A w a rd at
Curtis Institute.
Esther Allan, pianist and
composer, will be chairman
of the day. For information,
call Mrs. M. Reich, 835-6127;
Mrs. Joseph Markel, 557-
5531, or Mrs. Ben Meckler,
342-4058.

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