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November 12, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-12

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Getting Set for a T hank -You Ball Synagogues Hold ORT Sabbath ;
'Switching Post' Marks First Year

These women of Detroit Chapter, Hadassah, have started the
ball rolling for the annual Continental Ball, to be held Dec. 4 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. They are (from left) standing: Mesdames
Samuel Rhodes and Jack Milan; and seated: Mesdames William
Hubert, Ben Bonin, Morris Gould and Robert Siegel.

‹ts,

Local Women to Play
Big Part in Assembly
of Sisterhoods in Frisco

Detroiters Mrs. Marshall M.
Miller and Mrs. Arthur J. Hass will
have important roles at the 25th
biennial assembly of the National
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods
to be held in the Mark Hopkins
Hotel, San Francisco, this weekend
through Wednesday.
Mrs. Miller, a member of the
national federation's board of di-
rectors, is also president of NFTS
District 11, the Michigan Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods, which
includes the sisterhoods of Reform
Jewish congregations in Michigan
and Windsor. She is vice chairman
of the NFTS committee on the
World Union for Progressive
Judiasm.
Mrs. Hass. who is a former presi-
dent of the Michigan Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, will serve at
the convention as chairman of a
roundtable for presidents of large
sisterhoods, those having a mem-
bership of more than 700.

Parents Club to Hold
Brunch in Ann Arbor

Women of the Detroit Chapter
of Hadassah are in the - midst of
vigorous preparation for the an-
nual Continental Ball 8:30 p.m.,
Dec. 4 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The ball is Hadassah's way of
saying thank you to honor roll
contributors for their dedication to
Hadassah's many projects.
Mrs. Davis Benson, honor roll
vice-president, states this year's
theme, "Double Your Pleasure —
Double Your Fun," will be carried
out in two decorated ballrooms,
featuring two orchestras and con-
tinuous suppers served in each
room.
Mrs. Jerry Krandall, coordinator
of the ball, is assisted by chairmen
Mesdames A. C. Hamburger, Steve
Lewkowicz, Hyman Safran, Samuel
Rhodes, Jack Milan, Marvin Fleisch-
man, Ben Lindenbaum, Ben MOSS-
man and Ivan Meisner.
All group presidents, their fund-
raising vice presidents and chair-
men are cooperating in prepara-
tions.

Sheruth League Donor
at Masonic Temple

Mrs. David Goldstein will serve
as chairman of the donor luncheon
The narents club of Alpha Omega to be held by Sheruth League Dec.
Chi Chapter will hold a brunch 8 at Masonic Temple.
for its boys 12:30 p.m. Sunday at
On h e r committee are Mes-
the Hill-el House in Ann Arbor. dames Louis Freeman, Arthur
Speaker will be the dean of the Schreier, Philip Kop•man, Harry
University of Michigan's dental Gutov, James K o h n e r, Erwin
school, Dr. William Mann.
Cohen, Irving Adler, Allan Rosen-
berg, Sidney Nicken, Alvin Dunn,
Leo Rozanoff and Robert Sadow.

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Tribute to the global vocational
education and training program of
ORT (Organization for Rehabilita-
tion Through Training) will be
paid today by Temple Beth El in a
special ORT Sabbath observance,
and on Nov. 19 and 20 by the fol-
lowing congregations:
Temple Israel, Temple Emanu-
El, Adas Shalom, Shaarey Zedek,
Ahavas Achim, Beth Aaron, Bnai
Moshe, Bnai David, Beth Tephilath
Moses. Beth Abraham, Temple Beth
Am, Beth Shalom, Beth Moses,
Birmingham Temple and Young
Israel of Oak Woods.

Meinbers . of the Northeast Chapter
who will be hostesses at Temple Beth
El are Mesdames Stanley Gard, Philip
Bloomgarden, Herbert Kessler, Lawrence
Levi, David Feerer, Sidney Weisman,
Nathan H. Schlafer, William Fleisch-
man, Edwin Rosenthal Jr., Bernard
Walker and Miss Julia Klein.
Mrs. Beverly P. Straus will

kindle the Sab-
bath lights and
give the opening
prayer. Other
chapters of the
Michigan Region
will have their
,.officers kindle
the Sabbath lights
and act as host-
esses at the oneg
shabbat at the
Mrs. Straus various congrega-
tions. -
Next week, "The Switching
Post", an antique shop sponsored
by Northeast Chapter on Liver-
nois Ave. near Seven Mile Rd.,
will celebrate its first birthday
by giving a birthday gift to each
person visiting the shop.
Proceeds from the shop are
used to help support ORT's voca-
tional training schools all over the
world.
Members and friends of ORT
provide the shop with merchandise
and it is staffed by volunteers. It
has drawn collectors and antique
shop owners from far off, and even
a curator from the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts.
The project is operated under
the direction of a steering commit-
tee composed of Mrs. David Feerer,
chairman; Mrs. Sidney Weisman,
coordinator; Julia Klein, treasurer;
Mrs. Leo Franklin, chairman of
volunteers; and Mesdames William
Fleischman, Lawrence Levi, Ben
Levinson, Mary Louise Rosenthal,
N. H. Schlafer, and David Wilkus.
President of the Northeast Chapter
is Mrs. Harold Kukes.
Another first for Northeast
Chapter was the election of
former three-term president Mrs.
Irvin Kurtz as vice president of
the national executive board of
Women's American ORT.
Mrs. Kurtz, of Strathcona Dr.,
was one of four such vice presi-
dents selected outside the Eastern
Seaboard at the recent national
convention in Pittsburgh. Mrs.
Kurtz was president for three
terms of the Michigan Region of
ORT and recently has been work-
ing on the national committee on
expansion.
Other Michigan delegates were

40thAnni.versaryEvent
Set by Women's Unit
of Sholem Aleichem

Cantor Moses Serensen of
Cong. Beth Aaron will be guest
performer at the
40th anniversary
luncheon of
Sholem Aleichem
Women's Division
noon Dec. 1 at
Raleigh House.
Educator Irv-
ing Panush will
extend greetings,
according to Mrs.
Cantor Serensen Isaac Finkelstein,
president of the Women's Division.
Rose Mash will be accompanist.
For information, call the office,
342-7440.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, November 12, 1965

elected to national posts: Mrs.
Harry Becker on the national ex-
ecutive committee; and Mesdames
Max Beal, Lawrence Levi, Henry
Pariser, N. H. Schlafer, William
Wetsman and Daniel Siegel, alter-
nate, on the board of directors.

JUDGE ABRAHAM M. RUD-
MAN, a member of the board of
the Jewish Center in Bangor, has
been named to the Maine Supreme
Court.

Larry Freedman

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