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January 04, 1963 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-04

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in Support of Project in Israel

. Women's American ORT
chapters across the nation have
launched membership drives in
support of the organization's lat-
est project to
help build
four new ap-
prenticeship
training c e n
ters in: Israel;
at Haifa, Beer-
sheba, Tel Aviv
and Jerusa-
lem, announc-
ed Mrs. Daniel
C. Siegel, Mich-
Mrs. Siegel igan region
vice - president in charge of
membership.
Theme of the campaign is
"The More Members Gained,
the More Students Trained."
The culminating event will

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take place March 6 at the Royal
Theater as an ORT Day.
Co-chairman of the member-
ship drive is Mrs. Irving Stoll-
man. Secretary to the member-
ship committee is Mrs. Jack
Kaufman. Chairmen of the 12
local chapters participating in
the drive are Mesdames Abe
Burke, Balmoral; Jackie Kagen,
Glenwood; Richard Gunsberg,
Hampton; Hy m an Stollman,
Huntington Woods; Emil Rose,
Northeast; Gerald Kanter,
Northland; Fred Krainen, Oak-
land Hills; Leon Simon, Park-
woods; Ed Stone, Suburban;
Jerome Rossman, Town and
Country; Gerald Magid, Vera
Bramson; and I. Eisenfeld, Mt.
Clemens. -
All coming ORT functions
will be geared to the campaign,
according of Mrs. Nathan H.
Schlafer, Michigan region presi-
dent.
The Israel project will pro-
vide for the education and
training of 10,000 youths in
each of the four training cen-
ters, according to Mrs. Siegel.
The project is shared jointly
by ORT, the Israel government
and the municipalities involved,
she said. The center in Haifa
will be named the Jeannette
Orleans Gayl • Apprenticeship
Center in honor of the late
national ORT president who
died last year.

Rites Solemnized

Barbara Keidan Will Exhibit Art Work
at Wayne State Show for Graduate Students

Barbara Keidan will be one
of five artists who will exhibit
in a graduate students' art ex-
hibition, to be held in the Mc-
Gregor Community Arts Center
of Wayne State University.
The show, which will open
on Wednesday and continue
through Jan. 15, is a final pre-
requisite toward a master's
degree.
Mrs. Keidan will show 25
oils, water colors, drawings and
some sculptures. She attended
the University of Michigan

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at Wayne, accepting her degree
one month before her first child
was born.
With her lawyer - husband,
Herbert, and the three young
Keidans, Karen, 11, Lynn, 9,
and Dick 7, Mrs. Keidan makes
her home at 18516 Littlefield.
Mrs. Keidan is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Becker.



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mayim Synagogue, Oak Park.
Rabbi Leo Goldman, Rabbi
Phillip Frankel and Cantor
Louis Klein officiated at the
double-ring ceremony.
The bridegroom is the son of
Hyman Mandelbaum of Ridge-
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The new president of the ton, N.J., sister of the bride,
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Fr iday, January 4, 19 63 —

ORT Launches Membership Drive Mandelbaum-Subar


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