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August 16, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-16

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Registration in all age groups
for the fall semester of the
United Hebrew Schools is now
under way, with classes in the
elementary grades to start after
Labor Day. Parents are urged to
register their children now in
order to be admitted for the
new term.
The United Hebrew Schools
is the community's central
agency for Jewish education and
conducts classes in 13 different
locations in the Detroit metro-
politan area.
Through the support of the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
thel Allied Jewish Campaign,
every child is eligible to re-
ceive a sound modern Jewish
education regardless of the par-
ent's ability to pay.
To meet graduation require-
ments and the new five-year
Bar Mitzvah regulations of syn-
agogues, children who have
reached the age of eight should
now be enrolled in Hebrew
school. Bar Mitzvah preparation
is part of the Hebrew School
course for which there are no
extra fees or charges.
Classes for girls are being of-
fered in most branches of the
schools, an addition to regular
classes open to both boys and
girls. The girls' classes are con-
ducted on a limited basis and
are designed to prepare the
young women for Jewish living
in the home.
In response to the many
requests for modern Hebrew
training on an informal basis
designed for young children,
special classes have been
formed for six and seven
year olds, which meet twice
weekly. The program consists
of Hebrew conversation, He-
brew songs and playlets and
holiday celebrations. Teach-
ers trained to work with this
age group conduct the pro-
gram.
A new branch building of the
schoOls, the Maly and Samuel
Cohn Branch, opened this year,
is located at Osmus and Seven
Mile Road in Livonia.
Registration also is being con-
ducted for the United Hebrew
Schools nursery in Oak Park.
Parents with children about 3 1/2
years old should contact the
Oak Park office, LI 84747.
Registration is taking place
for the Sholem Aleichem
School, an affiliate of the United
Hebrew Schools, located at
19350 Greenfield.
Parents may enroll children
in another affiliate, the Abra-
ham Reisen School of Arbeiter
Ring, 18340 Seven Mile.
The transportation system of
the United Hebrew Schools,
consisting of 32 buses and two
station-wagons, provides trans-
portation for children from all
Jewish areas in the city and
suburbs to the closest Hebrew
School branch or affiliated
school.
For information on registra-
tion, call the main office of the
Schools, DI 1-3407, or the office

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Col. Jacob Laske
to Address JNF
Luncheon Aug. 20

Col. Jacob Laske, military
commander in North Galilee,
Israel, will address a luncheon
meeting, Tuesday, 12 noon, at
the home of Mrs. Nathan Sober-
man, 19401 Canterbury.
The luncheon, under the aus-
pices of the Women's Auxiliary
of Jewish National Fund, has
taken for its theme "Accent on
Youth." Ac-
cording to
Mesdames Na-
§ than Sober-
man and Har-
old Hoffman,
co - chairmen,
the purpose of
the affair is to
interest a
group of
younger J e w-
ish women in
the role the
Jewish Na-
tional Fund
plays in the
d e v elopment
of Israel.
General
chairman o f
Laske the undertak-
ing, to which a number of
younger women have been in-
vited,- is Mrs. Abraham Scheuer.
Members of the committee are:
Mesdames Gerald Grenadier,
Myron Milgrom, Louis Milgrom,
Israel Kardener, and Edward
Wishnetsky. Mrs. Albert Dick-
man is in charge of decoration.
Col. Laske is now in the
United States on a special mis-
sion for JNF, on a two-year
leave of absence from his duties
as military commander in North-
ern Galilee, in order to bring to
the American Jewish Com-
munity the full significance of
the work of JNF in securing the
borders of the State by preparing
those areas for settlement.
Col. Laske was born in Ger-
many in 1925, escaped from the
Nazis in 1933 and came to Israel
and joined the Haganah in 1947.
While fighting as a platoon-
commander in Jerusalem, he was
wounded, but escaped from the
hospital to take part in further
battles for Jewish freedom. In
1951 he was promoted to the
rank of Major, and five years
later fought in the Sinai Cam-
paign, where he won the Sinai
Ribbon.
Those interested in attending,
call Mrs. A. Scheuer, DI 1-0506,
or; Mrs. E. Wishnetsky, DI 1-2411.

The Abraham Reisen Jewish
School of the Workmen's Circle,
with 46 years of experience in
Jewish education, is now accept-
ing registrations for the fall
semester. Children from the ages
of 5 to 12 are eligible.
The Abraham Reisen School,
located at 18340 W. Seven Mile
Rd., includes in its curriculum
the study of Yiddish literature,
Hebrew, Tanach, Jewish holi-
days, dramatics, music, arts and
crafts, Bar Mitzvah preparation.
Transportation is provided.
The school office is open daily
and will accept phone registra-
tions. Call KE 7-5440 for further
information.

Funds From Council Resale Shop
Contribute to Community Projects

to Robert Portnoy

of any of the following
branches:

Workman's Circle
Registration Opens

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MRS. ROBERT PORTNOY

Maida Sue Frank, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Frank
of 18034 Oak Drive, was wed
to Roberti George Portnoy, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Portnoy
of Woodingham Dr., in a noon
ceremony Aug. 11 at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi Morris
Adler officiated.
An original gown and match-
ing coat of ivory silk peau de
soie were designed and worn
by the bride. A jeweled band
of crystals and pearls defined
the empire style of the A-line,
floor length sleeveless gown.
The cut-a-way matching silk
peau de soie coat with elbow
length sleeves and a high ba-
teau neckline fastened- to the
side with a flat bow over the
shoulder extended into a chapel
train. A matching jeweled
crown held the short, full veil
of imported Ivory silk illusion.
The bride carried an arm bou-
quet of Ivory Tropicana roses.
Mrs. Ronald Smith served the
bride as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Susan Cohn,
cousin of the bride, Mrs. Tom
Klein of Toledo, Mrs. Richard
Levine, Mrs. William Shapiro
of Kansas City, Mo., and Roni
Yaffe. Sue Ellen Wolf fo Hol-
lywood, Fla., was junior brides-
maid.
Irving Portnoy served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Richard Frank, brother of
the bride, George Brody,
Michael Hermanoff, William
Levitt, and Leonard Portnoy
and Roy Steinbeck, both cousins
of the bridegroom.
The newlyweds departed for
a honeymoon in Bermuda. They
will make their home in Detroit.

National Council of Jewish
Women believes in training
their daughters at a very young
age to donate for worthwhile
causes. From age 3 to 93, Coun-
cil Women have been donating
their "saleable" articles of cloth-
ing, furniture, art objects, and
other household items, whether
large or small to Council's Re-
sale Shop, Puritan, corner of
Fairfield. Members have been
giving their time for many years
to help staff and man this huge
project, which grew from a small
one room operation on Rowena
St. to its present three large
stores.
The articles donated are sold
at attractive figures to all. The
revenue from their sale is put
to work in many areas. One of
Council's current projects is
"The Orchards," a Jewish ori-
ented home for young disturbed
children located in Livonia. An-
I other project -is "Operation
Friendship," a lounge program
for recently discharged psychi-
atric patients which includes
I teaching crafts, outings, and
!movies. It is staffed by volun-
teers who are under a profes-
sional director.
Other projects are "Service
to Foreign Born," "Scholar-
ships," "Social Action Program,"
and the "Over-Seas" program
which includes, "Ship-A-Box,"
"Fellowship," and Hebrew Uni-
versity High School.

Once a year N.C.J.W. rewards
it's donors on Thanksgiving Eve
with an "Angel Ball," held at
Cobo Hall.

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Selman Waksman Get
Honorary Ph.D From
Brazil University

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

RIO DE JANEIRO — Prof.
Selman Waksman, the Jewish-
American scientist who won a
Nobel Prize for his contribu-
tions toward the development
of vital antibi-
otics received
an honorary
degree here
on Thursday
from the Bra-
zilian Univer-
sity of Rio De
Janeiro. At
the same time
he was induct-
Dr. Waksman ed as an hon-
orary member of the Brazilian
Academy of Medicine. Prof.
Waksman arrived here for a
seven-day visit as a guest of
the Latin American Executive
of the World Jewish Congress.
After his stay in this country
he will also visit Argentina,
Uruguay and Chile.

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ngagements

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Levinson of
Santa Rosa announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Vivian,
to Leonard Brian Frishman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frishman
of Sherbourne Rd. Miss Levin-
son is a sophomore at Wayne
State University. Her fiance
attended the University of Mi-
ami in Coral Gables, Fla. A
Sept. 7 wedding is planned.
* * *
Abraham Levine announces
the engagement of his daugh-
ter, Ray, to Dr. Samuel J. Levin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Levin, of Detroit. A late De-
cember wedding is planned. The
bride-to-be, daughter also of the
late Mrs. Helen Levin, is an
alumna of Brooklyn College,
class of January 1959. She has
done graduate work at City and
Hunter Colleges, and as a Na-
tional Science Foundation
awardee also attended Pomona
College in California. Miss Le-
vine is a biology and general
science teacher in New York
schools. Dr. Levin was graduat-
ed from Wayne State Univer-
sity, and was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa and Phi Lambda
Upsilon. He received his doc-
torate in chemistry in 1961. He
is presently assistant attending
biochemist at Memorial-Sloan
Kettering Cancer Center, New
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19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, August 16, 1963

United Hebrew Schools Enrolling
Now for Fall Term in 13 Branches

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