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March 12, 1976 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-12

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32 Friday, March 12, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hadassah's Sponsor Luncheon Due on Behalf of State of Israel Bonds

Dr. Miriam Freund Ro-
senthal will appear at a
Sponsor Luncheon on behalf
of Israel Bonds, to he held
noon Wednesday at the Bir-
minghaM home of Mrs. Al-
bert Newman, chairman of
the Hadassah Organization
Department.

The Sponsor Luncheon
will be a prelude to a Trib-
ute Luncheon for Mrs.
David Pollack, Hadassah's
"Woman of the Year."
Dr..Freund Rosenthal has
been a leader in Hadassah
and Bonds for many years.
She is an associate chair-

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man of the National Worn-
en's Division of Israel Bonds
and a past national presi-
dent of Hadassah.
Following her presi-
dency of Hadassa.h, she be-
came its national Bond
chairman. She was also
editor of Hadassah Maga-
zine and is presently na-
tional education chairman
for the organization.
At the Sponsor Luncheon,
.Dr. Freund Rosenthal will
present a specially designed
symbol of the Sponsor
Honor Societies, a pin in the
form of a Torah breastplate
designed by Israeli artist
Dani Karavan.

DR. ROSENTHA

A'uthor Esther Broner
will give a talk during Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood's 26th
annual "Art and All" show
to be held March 21-23 in
the temple. She will speak
on "Mothers and Daugh-
ters."

ESTHER BRONER

GRAND OPENING
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Temple Israel Women's Event
to Feature Esther .Broner Talk

. . . Apparel for Today's Woman

ORT Israel today is re-
sponsible for more than half
of all vocational education
at secondary level —
through 10th grade — in the
Cynthia Zaremberg and country. With more than 60
Richard Korn were mar- percent of all Israeli boys
ried in a recent ceremony at opting for vocational high
Temple Israel. Rabbi Leon schools, ORT Israel's role in
Fram officiated. The bride the educational life of the
is the daughter of Mr. Mor- country grows more impor-
ris Zaremberg of Templar tant each year.
Ave., Southfield. The bride-
groom is the son of Mrs.
Norman Hack of .Lansing.
Following a honeymoon in Leave Everything to Us
Jamaica, the couple will re-
side in Royal Oak.

The show will feature
works by more than 100 art-,
ists, potters, weavers and
jewelers, including Sophie
Fordon, Yoko Moro Konek,
Greg Hawthorne, Tom
Hale, Hedwiga Steckler.
Mark Cohen, Steven Good-
man, Sue Bolt, Florence
Kaufman and Chester Ches-
ney. Thirty craftsmen will
exhibit modern and hand-
crafted jewelry, copper-
ware, ceramics, woodcraft-
ing and quilting.
Mrs. Leon Belin, sister-
hood president, announces
Mrs. Milford Singer is the
general chairman of the
show. Assisting her are
Mesdames Sanford Perl-
man, Bernard Greenberg,
Arthur Berlin, Jerome Op-
penheim, Leo Hack, Arthur
Asher, Samuel Lappin,
Marshall Madison, Sheldon
LaBret, Richard Goldstein
and Samuel Bank.
Proceeds will benefit
sisterhood programs, in-
cluding the clinic for emo-
tionally disturbed youth at
the University of Michigan
_ Hospital, Braille classes
and Meals on Wheels for
the aged.
Tickets are available at
the temple and at the door.
For ticket information, call
ticket chairpersons, Mrs.
Oppenheim,
353-9352,
Madeline
Goldstein,
356-8270, or the temple, UN
3-7769. Show hours are
noon-9 p.m. March 21, and
11 a.m.-9 p.m. March 22 and
23.

Jonas Phillips, a success-
ful merchant very much in-
volved in Jewish affairs, was
an ardent patriot. He signed
the non ,importation agree-
ment against Britain. Al-
though he was the father of
a large family, at the age of
43 he joined the Philadel-
phia militia.

Women's Clubs

BUSINESS and PRO-
FESSIONAL GROUP,

Hadassah, will meet 2 p.m.
Sunday at the Hadassah
House. An animated pres-
entation dealing with the
role of part-time parents
and youth aliya will be
given. There also will be
games, prizes and Purim
refreshments. Mrs. Geral-
dine Black is president, and
program chairpersons are
Miss Helen Limond and
Mrs. Lillian Bilinsky. A so-
cial hour will be held, and
guests are invited.
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