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March 07, 1980 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday, March 7, 1980

Marriages 1

Conne Hollander be- earned an MFA degree in
came the bride of Eugene creative writing and a mas-
Eliot Narrett in a recent ter's degree in American
ceremony in Brookline, studies from Bowling Green
Mass. The bride is the University. Her husband
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. earned master's and PhD
Michael Hollander of Oak degrees in English and
Park. Parents of the brideg- comparative literature at
room are Dr. and Mrs. Sid- Columbia University. The
ney S. Narrett of Clifton, couple are residing in
N.J. The new Mrs. Narrett Massachusetts.

Community Council Opposes
Bnai
Redgrave CBS Drama Role

Community
Jewish
Council President Marian
Shifman affirmed the
Council's view that the
choice of Vanessa Redgrave
in the role of Holocaust sur-
vivor Fania Fenelon in the
CBS-TV production of

Miss Schiller
to Wed in Spring

IF IT'S BEEN A SECRET
IT WASN'T MEANT TO BE

You don't have to be a member of B'nai B'rith
Women to contribute gently worn clothing, furs
and furniture to our Thrift Shop and receive a TAX
DEDUCTION.

Engagements

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Operated by B'Nai B'Rith Women

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WEDDINGS ARE FOR JUST ONE DAY

MISS SHILLER

PHOTOGRAPHS
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FOREVER

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Pop - Disco - Rock and old standards.
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your guests will remember.
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Mrs. Ralph Shiller of
Southfield announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Jacqueline, to Henry A.
Feinberg, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Paul Feinberg of
Bloomfield Hills.
Miss Shiller, daughter of
the late Mr. Ralph Shiller,
earned a bachelor's degree
from Western Michigan
University and a master's
degree in psychology from
Wayne State University.
Her fiance earned a
bachelor's degree from Oak-
land University.
A spring wedding is
planned.

Miss Mayer
Plans to Marry

ask for Cheryl.

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"Playing for Time," was "in-
sensitive and offensive."
Channel 2, the local CBS
affiliate, has been notified -
of the Council's position.
In a memo to the Coun-
cil's constituent organ-
izations, Mrs. Shifman
cautioned against or-
ganized rejection of the
program.
She said the drama was a
good public relations tool in
that it could raise the con-
sciousness of the general
community about the Nazi
bestialities.

MISS MAYER

Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mayer of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Lori Debra,
to David Louis Remer, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Re-
mer, also of Oak Park.
An October wedding is
planned.

Seek Families
to Host Students

Families who wish to host
a French foreign exchange
student in the summer are
being sought by the Michi-
gan coordinators for the
North Atlantic Cultural
Exchange League.
For information on host-
ing an exchange student,
contact Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Prince, 3452 Buckingham
Tr., West Bloomfield,
48033, 626-6641.

Mr. Nathan Lachman of
West Bloomfield announces
the engagement of his
Rochelle
daughter,
David
to
Lachman,
Koloff, son of Mr. William
Koloff of Southfield. A May
wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Chadwick of West Bloom-
field announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Cheryl Ellen Chadwick,
to David Alan Shulman,
son of Betty K. Shulman of
Southfield and Lee M.
Shulman of Beverly Hills,
Calif. Miss Chadwick
earned a bachelor's degree
from Michigan State Uni-
versity, where she majored
in accounting. Her fiance
was graduated from the
University of Michigan and
is pursuing studies toward
an MBA degree at Wayne
State University. A May
wedding is planned.

Israel Program
Opens Auditions

Auditions for the multi-
media production of "Israel
Alive and Singing" will be
held 8 p.m. Monday in the
library of the main Jewish
Community Center.
Reading and acting parts
are available. People famil-
iar with audio-visual
equipment also are needed.
Rehearsals will be held
Monday and Wednesday
evenings. The performance
of the play will be part: of
Detroit's Israel Indepen-
dence Day celebration April
19 and 20.

Brith Activitie

TZEDAKAH CHAP-
TER, Bnai Brith Women,
will hold its installation of
officers noon March 16 at
the Paradiso Cafe. Instal-
ling Officer Bea Fealk will
install Marilyn Merdler as
president. Brunch will be
served. For reservations,
call Sue Boughton, 557-
2409.

* * *

Presidents Brunch Nears

NY Chief Rabbi

NEW YORK — The
newly-elected president of
the New York Board of
Rabbis, Rabbi Judah I.
Washer, will be installed
into office on Sunday.

the local "Forest of Pe
committee. Charles Fink(
and Harry Michelson are
co-chairmen.
When the Bnai Brith
Martyrs Forest is com-
pleted, it will contain 19
sections, each section
dedicated to one of the
destroyed Jewish com-
munities in Europe.
Admission to the
Presidents Brunch is by the
planting a_ minimum of
three trees and a nominal
fee. For reservations or in-
formation, call the JNF,
557-6644.

To commemorate the
signing of the peace treaty
between Israel and Egypt,
10,000 men and women of
local Bnai Brith lodges,
chapters and units will
launch a campaign for the
"Forest of Peace," during
the Presidents Brunch 10
a.m. March 23 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Regis-
tration will begin at 9:15
a.m.
The "Forest of Peace" will
be in the new section of the
Bnai Brith Martyrs Forest,
in the hills of the Galilee.
Meyer Littky is chairman of

Einstein Cites
Irving Guttman

- Tzimmes

By NORMA BARACH
. (Copyright 1980, JTA, Inc.)
3 large sweet potatoes, pared
and quartered
4 medium white potatoes,
pared and quartered
8 carrots, pared and cut in half
1/2 cup honey
1 tbsp. orange juice
1 tbsp. grated orange rind
1 /2 tsp. salt
1 cup white raisins

IRVING GUTTMAN

Einstein Lodge and
Chapter of Bnai Brith will
honor restaurateur Irving
Guttman as their "Man of
the Year" at the annual
Einstein - Israel Bond
Dinner-Dance to be held __
8:30 p.m. April 26 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Einstein Israel Bond co-
chairmen are Henry
Dorfman, Doris Frankel
and Eric Rosenow. Lodge
President is Sam Freed-
man, Chapter President is
Sally Biederman.

Grants for Artists Women in Media
BB Women Topic
Made Available

The Michigan Council for
the Arts is taking applica-
tions for two new programs
of assistance for Michigan
artists.
Deadline for submitting
applications for the creative
artists program is Sept.
26. The artist apprentice-
ship program will accept
applications until April 18.
For applications and in-
formation, call the Michi-
gan Council for the Arts,
256-3731.

BUSINESS AND PRO-
FESSIONAL CHAPTER
will hold its installation
12:30 p.m. March 16 at
Kingsley Inn. Belle Rubin,
past president of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council will
be installing officer. For
reservations, call Shirley
Bernstein, 357-3245; or
Alice Diamond, 352-1122.

WASHINGTON — The
role of women in the media
and the way they are de-
picted in television news
and entertainment and in
magazines will be examined
at a "Women in the Media"
panel at the Bnai Brith
Women International Bi-
ennial Convention, to be
held in Washington, D.C.,
Sunday through Wednes-
day.
U.S. Rep. Barbara
Mikulski of Maryland will
moderate the discussion by
a panel including NBC an-
chorwoman Jessica Savitch,
ABC Congressional corre-
spondent Ann Compton and
Ladies Home Journal
Editor-in-Chief Lenore
Hershey.

Put the potatoes and the car-
rots in a heavy pot. Add
enough water to cover the
vegetables and bring to a boil.
Cover pot and simmer until
tender, about 15 minutes.
Drain. Place in a greased 1
quart casserole. Mix remain-
ing ingredients together. Pour
over the potatoes and carrots.
Bake at 350 degrees for 1/2
hour. Baste several times.
Serves 8.

Institute Plans
an Oneg Shabat

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will hold an oneg
Shabat 8:45 p.m. March 14
at the Workmen's Circle
Center, Oak Park.
The program includes
dramatic readings by Shir-
ley Benyas and Leo Mogill.
Abraham Reisen will read
in Yiddish and there will be
excerpts from Anski's The
Dybbuk."
\
The oneg is open to
public. Refreshments . _
be served.

AJCommittee
Focus of Lect

Sherwood Sandweiss,
executive director of the De-
troit Chapter, American
Jewish Committee, will be
the guest speaker at the
weekly Midrasha luncheon
noon Thursday in the
LaMed Auditorium of the
main United Hebrew
schools building.
Sandweiss will speak on
"Work of the American
Jewish Committee." There
is a charge. The public is in-
vited.

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