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January 14, 1966 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-14

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Judi Colen to Be Bride

Haber, Avrimin

Center's Spring Semester Scheduled
With New Adult Classes Included

of joseph G. Schneider to Address Junior
Division Sessions

MISS JUDI COLEN

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Louis Colen
of Warrington Dr., announce the
engagement of their daughter Judi
Marlene to Joseph George Schne-
ider, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Schneider of Fleetwood Dr.,
Grosse Pointe Woods.

"Today's Challenges for Tomor-
row's Leaders" will be discussed
by the Junior Division of the Jew-
isi. Welfare Federation during the
coming weeks at their annual edu-
cation series, it was announced by
Ivan Boesky, division president.
Dr. William Haber, dean of the
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts, of the University of
Michigan, will deliver the address
at the first meeting, 8 p.m.
Thursday, on the subject "Con-
temporary International C h a 1-
lenges." On Jan. 27, William Av-
runin, executive d i r e c to r of
Federation, will speak on "Con-
temporary Local Challenges."
Both meetings will be held at
the home of Joseph Levin, 2806
Cambridge.
The chairmen of the junior di-
vision education committee, Allan
J. Nachman, Joel Sher e and
Levin, said college and high school
students would be special guests
for the series.

ORT to Plan New Aid
to Refugees in France

/'

The bride-elect is now enrolled
at Eastern Michigan University.
Her fiance attends Wayne State
University where he is a senior
Almost 200,000 Jewish refugees
in the school of business admini- in France, overwhelmingly from
stration.
North Africa, face a difficult year
The couple plans a June wed- in 1966 and will require far larger
welfare and communal services if
ding.
hardship is not to turn into some-
far worse, warned Dr.- Wil-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS thing
liam Haber, president of the Amer-
Friday, January 14, 1966-29 ican ORT Federation.
He announced that the national
conference of the organization to
be held Jan. 23 in New York City
will formulate plans to step up
Leave Everything to Us
ORT programs of job training and
placement so as to alleviate some
of the economic privations suf-
fered by many of the refugees.
Dr. Haber stated that reports
from France indicate that the prob-
lem is not only one of the in-
creased numbers who need help,
but of the location of this help. He
noted that the newcomers who
have swollen French Jewry into a
community of over a half million
in the last few years, have also
created many new settlements.
A critical new factor, he noted,
is the increased unemployment and
underemployment in France. Few
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
of the newcomers possess the skills
in fields in which there are job pos-
sibilities.

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The educational services divi-
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IT'S HERE AGAIN ... affair of
the year in the Jewish community.
Infants Service Group's annual
Cherub Ball has been set for
Feb. 27, at Latin Quarter . . .
Tickets are almost all gone al-
ready! ... Nancy Baron is dinner-
dance chairman and Eleanor Rise-
man entertainment_ chairman
again ...Big surprise show being
set up by Eleanor and Lenn Boro-
voy ...Proceeds go to Detroit
Association for Retarded Children
and Penrickton Nursery for the
Blind . . . Lottie Malhin is presi-
dent of Infants Service Group.
* * *
LOCAL GENT'S wife has been
driving for two months and he
says she isn't kidding when she
comes home and says, "Guess who
I ran into today?"
* * *
FOR MONTHS, Rena and Al
Goodstein laboriously saved their
trading stamps for the purchase
of a table and chair set ...Last
week, Rena realized how deep
the habit had become As she
was filling their last book, Al
remarked, "Why don't we just go
out and buy the table and chairs?
I hate to spend our hard-earned
stamps."
* * *
FOR THE FIRST TIME, Knights
of Pythias Detroit Lodge No. 55
will have an affair honoring its
officers and those Pythian Sisters,
rather than a full-fledged public
installation ceremonial, Jan. 23, at
Imperial Terrace ... (Thanks again
to the committee for making it on
my birthday!)
* * *
HAVING ALREADY PLEDGED
$9,000 for a two-bed ward at the
new Children's Hospital to be built
opposite Harper, Women's Aux-
iliary of Children's Hospital is tak-
ing over Ford Auditorium, April
13, for an open rehearsal of
Andre Kostelanetz and soloist Six-
ten Ehrling . . . It'll be called, "An
Afternoon to Remember" and will
start at 1:45 p.m.... Betty Tartof,
auxiliary treasurer, is chairman of
the project which has guaranteed
the sale of 2,000 tickets.

added several adult classes to the
spring semester schedule to begin
the week of Feb. 6 at the Center.
Among them are "Great Deci-
sions," meeting Wednesday eve-
nings, and featuring guest speak-
ers and panels on controversial
topics of historical significance; a
creative writing class Wednesdays
8 p.m.; and two knitting classes,
one for beginners and one for
advanced knitters, 7:30 p.m. Tues-
days.
The Center also is offering two
courses in cooperation with the
University Center for Adult Edu-
cation: "Major Traditions of the
Arts in the West," 7:30 p.m. Mon-
days, and "The Politics of Ex-
tremism," 7:30 p.m. Thursdays.
Registrants for these two classes
are asked to bring Social Security
cards, and fees must be paid in
full at the time of registration.
Registration for the spring se-
mester will be held Jan. 23-26.

Center, DI 1-4200.
* * *

Young Adult Square Dance

Another Center Sunday night
dance for young adults age 20-39

will be held in the form of a
square dance to Western music
8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Center's
Oak Park Branch. Nominal ad-

mission.

Yeshivah PTA Board

A board meeting of the Parent
Teachers Association of Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah will take place 9
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Apt, 18281
Indiana. Final plans for the forth-
coming annual dinner will be

made.

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U. of M. Psychologist
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Dr. James V. McConnell, profes-
sor of psychology at the Univer-
sity of Michigan and research psy-
chologist with the university's
Mental Health Research Institute,
will be guest speaker at an open
event for young adults 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue's social hall.
The lecture is sponsored by the
synagogue's new affiliate, PGASP
(Post Graduates of Adas Shalom
Present), and all persons age 20 to
30 who are interested in a cultural-
ly-oriented group are invited.
Prof. McConnell, a graduate of
the University of Texas, will
speak on "Cannibals, Chemicals
and Memory," based on experi-
mentation he has done and is
currently working on at the uni-
versity,
Following the slide illustrated
talk, there will be a hootenanny
with the Hi-Liters, a folk-singing
quartet, and refreshments. There
is no charge.
For information on the group,
call the Adas Shalom youth depart-
ment, UN 4-7474.
That evening, tickets to the play,
"The D e p u t y" will be on sale.
PGASP is planning a theater party
at the Fisher, to be followed by a
panel discussion Feb. 27 at the
synagogue.

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