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February 08, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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rs. Irineman's 40 ea ri Services
Get Travelers Aid Honors Feb. 19

On
Troth is Told

Women's American ORT, Michigan
Region, Plans Culmination of Drive

In recognition of 40 years of
devoted efforts in assisting
travelers in need, and as part
of the 40th anniversary cele-
bration of the Travelers Aid
Society, Mrs. Henry (Gertrude)
Wineman will be honored at a.
dinner at the Sheraton Cadillac
Hotel on Feb. 19.
Mrs. Wineman, who was presi-
dent of the Detroit Travelers
Aid from 1923 to 1947, is a life
member of the TA board of
directors. Active all her life in
many civic and Jewish move-

THE DETROIT J

when the Community Fund ac
Michigan Region Women's ghetto and deals with the trans-
cepted Travelers Aid as an in
American
ORT (Organization formation of his life through
dependent agency.
for Rehabilitation Through vocational training in an ORT
In the past 40 years, Detroit
Training) will hold its ORT school.
Travelers Aid has served 1,572,-
Day celebration on March 6 at
Guests are welcome to the
113 persons. In one recent eight-
the Royal Theater.
Ort Day celebration and new
day period 1,053 persons used
Doors will open at 1 p.m. for members will be admitted free.
Travelers Aid service here with
the culminating membership Tickets may be obtained at the
every state except Delaware,
drive honoring new members. door or by calling Mrs. Emil
Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico,
It is the climax of the fall and Waldbott, UN 4-4413.
North Dakota, Vermont and
Wyoming being represented.
winter membership drives held
There were travelers from four
each year aimed at increasing Borman Stores' Earnings
support to , the ORT schools.
Canadian provinces, Argentina,
Borman Food Stores, Inc.,
Australia, E n g 1 a n d, France,
Mrs. Daniel Siegel, member- consolidated net earnings for
Germany, Ghana, Brazil, Jamai-
ship chairman, announces that the 26 weeks ended Dec. 29
ca, Japan, Latvia, Mexico, the
an original musical skit, with were $970,135, after provision
'Netherlands, the Phillipines,
a cast of 12, "On an Island of $1,047,000 for estimated fed-
Saudi Arabia, Jordon, Spain and
With Ort," will be presented eral income taxes. Earnings
Sweden.
under the direction of Mrs. Mel were equivalent to 40 cents per
By its own definition Travel-.
MISS BARBARA ONRICH
Schwartz. A fashion show will share, based on 2,445,360 shares
ers Aid is "a social agency serv-
outstanding.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Onrich feature clothes from all over
ing people where problems are
The company's net income
the
world.
Prizes
will
be
award-
caused or intensified by travel of Manor Ave. announce the en- ed. Mrs. Norman Birnkrant, for the 27 weeks ended Dec. 30,
—people such as travelers,_tran- gagement of their daughter, Bar- wife of the Austrian consul, has 1961, was $1,103,240, which was
sient 5, newcomers, runaways bara Ann, to Robert David Pas-
equivalent to 45 cents per share
ter, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ray- invited all consul wives to at- on the 2,443,236 shares then
and the stranded."
tend
the
ORT
Day
celebration.
The agency's headquarters are mond Paster of Belmont, Mass.
outstanding.
Assisting Mrs. Siegel are
The bride-elect attended the
in the United Foundation Build-
•••• ."
ing, 1528 Woodward. Travelers University of Michigan and is Mesdames Leonard Bonin, Irv-
Cand
ids

Formals
Aid desks in the Detroit area presently attending Wayne State ing Stollman, Harold Kukes,
• Movies
are maintained at the Grey- University's College of Educa- Frank Winton, Emil Waldbott,
ALL Your Photography
hound Bus Station and Metro- tion. • Her fiance is a graduate David Ruby, Irving Keene,
Done en a Distinctive
politan Airport. During the busy of the College of Aeronautical Louis Kerner, Jerry Krandall,
Way For Those
summer season there is regular Engineering, U. of M. He is Samuel Rands, Max Beal, Nor-
Special Occasions
service at the New York Cen- working for a master's degree at man Birnkrant, Charles Solo-
By
tral Railroad Station. In other UCLA.
mon, William Bonin, and Wil-
A June 30 wedding is planned • liam Wolk.
periods Travelers Aid assist-
ance is available at the station
Mrs. Nathan H. Schlafer,
CALL MR. ROSEN 341-4141
as required. Requests from Wil-
president of the Michigan
MRS. HENRY WINEMAN
low Run Airport for assistance
Region, announces that the ORT
ments, Mrs. Wineman was are handled by Travelers Aid
film, "The Mellah," written by
awarded the Fred M. Butzel representatives from Metropoli-
Morton Wishengrad and nar-
Award of the Jewish Welfare tan Airport.
rated by Joseph Wiseman, will
Executive Director of Detroit
Federation last year. She is a
be shown 2 p.m. Feb. 16 on
member of the Federation Travelers Aid is Mrs. Agnes A.
station WJBK, channel 2. The
This
Week's
Radio
and
board of governors, serves on Jackson. During 1962 she super-
film focuses on a goy from the
Television Programs
the national women's commit- vised the opening of 6,140 new
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and ENTERTAINMENT
tee of the United Jewish Ap- cases, biggest case load in his- MARY MORGAN PRESENTS
PLASTIC FURNITURE
BY
peal and serves on the boards tory.
Time: 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
of Children's Hospital of Mich-
COVERS
Station: CKLW-TV (Channel
igan and Women's Committee
MADE TO ORDER
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9).
or READY MADE
of Unite.d .Community Services.
Feature: Miss Morgan will
She is .on -the advisory commit-
CALL
ANNA KARBAL
interview Mrs. Abe Zitomer,
tee of the United Foundation
LI 2-0874
chairman
of
the
Detroit
Chap-
kr
and is honorary chairman of the
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Eye
Bank
Women's = Division of the 1963
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Mrs. Simcha Rabinowitz of Campaign. * * *
Max M. Fisher, director of Ramat Aviv, Israel, will arrive
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Marathon" Oil Co., will be the here Tuesday for three days as
• CANDIDS
LI 8-1116
• MOVIES
Time: 11:05 a.m. Sunday.
principal speaker at the din- guest of De-
• BLACK & WHITE
Station: WXYZ.
• COLOR
ner honoring Mrs. Wineman. troit Mizrachi
LI 8-2266
Fisher was the 1961 general Women.
Feature: "Jews in the Soviet
chairman of the United Founda-
Formerly of
Union," will present Judd L.
,Michigan's Newest er Most Luxurious Motel
tion Tor ch Drive and the Toms River,
Teller, Jewish writer and edu-
finance chairman of George N.J., Mrs. Ra-
cational director of the Amer-
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME FOR YOUR
Romney's successful campaign binowitz, w h o
AAA_
ican Committee of HiStadrut;
BAR MITZVAH & WEDDING GUESTS . .
for Governor. He is president of was-the na-
Rabbi Henry F. Skirball, asso-
the Jewish Welfare Federation tional pres i-
ciate director of the National
and a national chairman of the dent of the
Federation of Temple Youth;
14380 WEST 8 MILE ROAD
United Jewish Appeal. He is a Mizrachi Wom-
and NFTY's President Donald
Bet. = Schaefer and Northwestern Hwy.
director at large of the Mich- en of America,
Mintz.
* * *
igan State Chamber of Com- is now coordi-
Conference Room • Suites • Banquet Room
merce.
LI 8-1822
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
nator of Israeli
JO 4-5450
The affair honoring Mrs. institutions
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
HARVEST HOUSE RESTAURANT ON PREMISES
Wineman's devotion to the task sponsored and
Station: WCAR.
of helping to unravel the prob- maintained by
Feature: A concert of Jewish
lems of travelers will be the American Miz-
music will be presented by
climax to Travelers Aid Week, r ac hi Women
Zinovi Bistritsky, violinist with
to be observed Feb. 11-18. Dur- in Israel.
the Detroit Symphony Orches-
ing the week the progress and
Fannie Gluck
Rabinowitz
tra; and Rebecca Fr ohm a n,
growth of this Torch Drive Chapter of Mizrachi President pianist. Gertrude Strauss will
agency and its devotion to as- Mrs. David Novetsky announces narrate.
sisting the unfortunate will be that her chapter will be host
* * *
*
Kosher Killed
depicted in various ways. There at a -social in Mrs. Rabinowitz'
TO DWELL • TOGETHER
will be a Travelers Aid exhibit honor 8:15 p.m. Wednesday at
lb.
Time 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
in a window of the Detroit His- the Northwest Young Israel,
Station:
WJBK
(radio
and
torical Museum, 5401 Wood- 17376 Wyoming.
television simultaneously).
ward.
A luncheon will be held by
lb.
Feature: "Is the Israeli Press *
Mrs. Wineman, and many oth- the Sisters of Zion Mizrachi
-K
Censored?"
will
be
discussed
ers who have generously donat- 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
by
Katriel
Katz,
consul
general
ed their time and efforts, was Beth Aaron Synagogue, 18000
Lb.
instrumental in guiding the Wyoming, which Mrs. Rabinowitz of • Israel; Morris Lieberman,
(Limit 1 Pound)
chairman
of
Detroit's
Israel
will
address.
growth of Travelers Aid in De-
troit from a small, struggling
The Northwest Child Rescue Histadrut; and Joseph Edelman,
organization to an excellently Organization will hear an address director of the Jewish Commun-
Commission.
equipped agency, supported by by Mrs. Rabinowitz 8:30 p.m. ity Council . Culture
* * *
United Foundation Funds. In Thursday.
a year's time TA gives aid and
Mrs. Rabinowitz will be the COUNCIL - ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
advice to more than 50,000 house guest of Mrs. Arthur Sel-
Box
Station: WJLB.
troubled travelers from all over mar, 17207 Cherrylawn, during
the world.
her stay.
Feature: David Sislin, of the
Each 1 5 c
Travelers Aid had its incep-
Jewish Community Council
tion in Detroit in 1874 when a 15th District Young
Yiddish Culture Committee, will
Lb. 1 O c
group of young women from St.
discuss the Detroit appearance
Derns
to
Fete
Judges
John's Episcopal Church hired
of Jacob Glatstein..
FRESH FISH DAILY
an older woman to meet incom- - The 15th District Young Dem-
ing trains and offer help to in- ocrats will honor Judges George
Italian Jewish Poetess
lb.
experienced young girls arriv- Kent, Joseph Pernick and Char-
Deborah Ascarelli, a 16th
ing in the city. An interfaith les Farmer at a "Primary Swing" century Italian Jewish poetess,
Above Specials Good Feb. 8 thru Feb. 14
agency working with the YWCA 8:30 p.m. today at the Henrose was noted for her Italian trans-
later took over the task, with Hotel. The public is invited. For lations of medieval Hebrew
13400 W. 7 MILE RD. cor. Snowden
,t
services being given to all information, call Sol Plafkin, works, many of which were in-
FREE DELIVERY
travelers in need. Mrs. Wine- chairman, TE 1-1723, or Marvin corporated into Italian prayer-
AMPLE PARKING "OC
4(
DI 1-4525
man became president in 1923 Surowitz, vice-chairman.
books.

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Onthe Arir

HAL GORDON

Mrs. Rabinowitz
Guest Here of
Ilifizrachi Women

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