THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, June 10, 1966
Mrs. Wetsman Heads
ORT Region Again
At a luncheon at Knollwood
Country Club, the Michigan Re-
;ion, Women's American ORT in-
tailed officers for the 1966-67
Mrs. William Wetsman was re-
elected president, and Mrs. Daniel
Siegel was installed as chairman
of the executive committee. The
Mesdames Eugene Levine, Paul
Borman, Ben Brant, David Edel-
man and N. H. Schlafer, vice
presidents; Bernard Colton, treas-
urer; Herman Hack, budget and
finance; Max Beal, Reuben Axel-
rod and Nathan Spector, secre-
taries; and Leonard Schreiber,
The Michigan Region also install-
ed the following presidents of ORT
Mesdames Robert Kahn, Balmor-
al; Bertram Adler, Fairview; Mar-
shall Shanbrom, Glennwood; Dar-
win Canvasser, Hampton; Wilfred
Katz, Huntington Woods; Joseph
Kerzman, Lafayette-Park; Leonard
Girson, Mount Clemens; Donald L.
Ketai, Oakland Hills; Louis Gott-
lieb, Parkwood: Jerome Rosman,
Southwood; Reuben Bergman, Sub-
urban Hills; Bernard Zaffern, Town
and Country; and Louis Sarko,
Arnold Isner Marries
Carole _Barba r a Mackey
Leonard Bormans Take
Honeymoon in Europe
Three Women Who Care Na med From This Area
by the Women's Advertising C ub of Detroit
mittee and vice president of the planning of WICS (Women in Com-
A total of 76 years' service to
the Jewish community was repre-
board of directors of United munity Service). Recently she
addressed the YWCA National
sented by three local women who
were honored as "Women Who
Currently she is also serving on Convention in Cleveland and pre-
Care" by the Women's Advertising the Michigan Committee on Aging, sented a paper to the National
Club last week.
is vice president of Friends of De- Conference on Social Welfare in
Five Detroit women volunteers troit Public Library and assists Atlantic City. She is the wife of
received the award, a solid gold institutions for the emotionally attorney Leonard H. Weiner of
heart, at the annual luncheon, cit- disturbed. Mrs. Weiner is vice
has one daughter,
and one Woods,
ing them for their time and talent president of the National Council Wareham
in civic, community or charitable of Jewish Women and recently
served as a delegate to the Inter-
The three local women were Mrs. national Council of Jewish
Joseph C. Fenton, Mrs. David Kliger Women's convention in London.
and Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner.
She was one of the officers of
Leave Everything to Us
They were selected by a panel the National Council of Jewish
of judges from among scores of Women who participated in the
sponsoring letters from organiza-
tions and individuals throughout
Merry Melody Nursery,
In recognition of a quarter Day Camp Registration
MRS. LEONARD BORMAN
century of volunteer service, Mrs.
Serena Phyllis Felix became the
Merry Melody at 24950 Lahser,
Fenton of Oak Dr., was cited
bride of Leonard Shalom Borman
for her interest in community at 10 Mile, provides opportunities
in an evening ceremony Tuesday
efforts, sparked during her teen for healthful outdoor activities
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
years when, as a talented young such as baseball, games, arts and
The chiildren of Mr. and Mrs.
pianist, she gave many public crafts, and dramatics for children
Samuel Felix of Murray Hill Ave.
concerts to help bring the famous ages 21 thru 8 years old for $4.50
and the Abraham Bormans of Sco-
Ossip Gabrilowich to conduct per day, including transportation.
tia Ave., Huntington Woods, the
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. You may go two, three, four or five
couple. left on a European honey-
A professional psychologist, who days per week. Registration will
moon following the wedding, sol- at one time served on the faculty take place 10 a.m. to noon Sunday.
WYN and HAROLD LANDIS
Half-day sessions are available
emnized by Rabbi Irwin Groner.
of the University of Michigan, she
The bride wore a floor-length donated her services on a regular at $2.75 for four hours, including
gown of duchess lace with rounded basis in testing children with lunch. Car pools.
neckline, Empire bodice and dou- behavior problems before a psy- r Anyone interested in registering
ble tea-cup sleeves. Over the gown chiatric clinic was established in ; for the fall session of nursery may
was a sleeveless floor-length coat Children's Hospital. She also has do so at that time, or call Mrs.
with a cathedral train of peau de prepared numerous educational David Holtzman (Auntie Sarah)
soie. A bonnet of duchess lace held materials for several community at EL 6-6633 or 353-7320. Season
starts June 27. Building and sta-
her floor-length veil of silk illu- and civic organizations.
During the early days of Sinai tion wagons are air-conditioned.
Mrs. Shirley Richman, sister
ganized its medical library for the
of the bride, was matron of hon-
or, and Sandra Makar was maid
Currently, she is a member on
of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
the boards of the Shapero School
Lawrence Sklar, Joanne Gold-
of Nursing, Women's Division of I
stein, Marsha Fleischer, Gari-
Allied Jewish Campaign, Hadassah.
anne Stein and Mrs. Robert Ben-
From LONDON, ENGLAND
National Council of Jewish Women.
eler. Ellen Firestone was junior
Women's Amberican ORT (Organi-
Paul Borman, brother of the zation for Rehabilitation Through
bridegroom, was best man. Ronald Training). Sinai Hospital Women's
"Distinctive Styling in Music
and Arthur Felix, the bride's broth- Guild and Fresh Air Society.
to your Individual Taste"
ers, were ushers, along with Larry
Simmer, Dr. Marvin Berman, Mi-
chael }Wien, David Glazer and Cunningham Drug Stores, have
adopted and raised twin daughters
On their return from their hon- who are now married.
Mrs. Kliger's 31 years of serv-
eymoon, the Bormans will live at
ice to people in need started
Country Corners, Southfield.
w h e n, at age 8, she led a
"Hankies - for - Charity" project.
On the faculty of Mercy College
in its division of nursing and a
speech and drama lecturer, Mrs.
Kliger has assisted with cancer de-
Northwest Child Rescue Women tection examinations for the Michi-
has reached its goal in helping re- gan Cancer Foundation; helped to
tarded children of Detroit and chil- train nurses' aides during World
dren of Israel.
War II; taught first aid for the
Two hundred children of De- American Red Cross in homes and
troit will be going to the Detroit schools; assisted with pre-camp
Parks and Recreation Camp for 10 examinations for indigent children;
days starting June 24. In addition, I assisted as a volunteer camp nurse
in white and 55 colors. 4-oz. hank. Reg. $1.09
a new project undertaken this for the Oakland County Girl Scouts:
year, equipment for the kitchen at and helped to f o u n d the UCS
the rehabilitation center for the Friendly Visitors program.
White and 15 colors. 1 oz. ball. Reg. 49c
Detroit Association for retarded
Past president of League of Jew-
children at the cost of $1,500, has ish Women„ she served as auxiliary
been paid in full. This project was president of the Jewish Home for
White and 20 colors. 1-oz. ball. Reg. 59c
dedicated to the memory of past Aged in 1940 and in the ensuing
president Mrs. David (Ruth) Sam- years has continued to serve the
Knitting Worsted Type
elson. The third installment of the home in every capacity.
in white and 18 colors. 4-oz. hank. Reg. $1.49
pledge of $15,000 for the domestic
A study she completed in 1962
kitchen in Bar-Ilan High School to appraise the services of Jewish
in beautiful tweed
in Israel has been paid.
clubwomen and to direct their ef-
100 gram skein (approx. 3 1/2-oz.). Reg. $2.30
A dinner-dance will be held 8 forts into such projects as aid for
p.m. Tuesday at Shaarey Zedek the deaf, child guidance clinics and
with installation of new officers for civil defense has been adopted
White and 20 colors. 2-oz. skein. Reg. 99c
the coming year. Mrs. Nathan Yost, nationally.
immediate past president will pre-
She is married to Dr. David Kli-
ger of Hartwell Ave. and has a son
2-oz. skein. Reg. 99c
The new officers are Mesdames and one grandchild.
Leo Ordin, president; Florence
Mrs. Weiner, active in the com-
r made in Italy
Weingarden and Yale Phillips, vice
munity for nearly two decades,
in white and 40 colors.
Ball of 40 grams (approx. 11/2 oz.). Reg $1.09
presidents; Martin Cole, treasurer;
has been president of Detroit
Herman Halprin, Sol Lesnick, Al Section, National Council of Jew-
Halprin, Nathan Cutler and Max
ish Women; member of the
in white and 40 colors.
Mayor's Youth Commission; vice
Ball of 40 grams (approx. 11/2 oz.)
Chairmen of the dinner-dance president of the Women's Divi-
DISCOUNTS ON ALL OUR OWN
are Mrs. Irving Kay and Mrs.
sion, Jewish Welfare Federation;
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and chairman of women's corn-
The invocation will be given by
Mrs. Paul Kales.
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p ZiliN GILBERT
and His ORCHESTRA
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MRS. ARNOLD ISNER
In a candlelight ceremony at
Adas Sholom Synagogue Sunday,
Carole Barbara Mackey, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Mac-
key of Westover Rd., Southfield,
became the bride of Arnold Isner,
son of Mrs. David Isner, of Whit-
more Rd., and the late Mr. Isner.
The bride wore an heirloom
gown of antique satin and Alencon
lace, with a full train. A satin and
pearl pillbox secured her finger-
tip illusion veil. She carried lilies
of the valley on her mother's
Mrs. Stanley V. Delidow, sis-
ter of the bride, was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Joseph Burk, Miss Sandra Gor-
zeck, and Mrs. Ronald Katz. Bev-
erly and Lynn Delidow, nieces of
the bride were flower girls.
Calvin E. Mackey, brother of the
bride, was best man, and ushers
were Stanley V. Deliclow, David
Gunsberg and David Levine.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the couple will reside on
Zionist Council Sets
Reception for Barmore
The Zionist Council of Detroit
will tender a farewell reception
for Jacob Barmore, consul-general
of Israel in Chicago, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Zionist House.
Cantor Reuven Frankel will
present a musical program, ac-
cording to Morris Lieberman,
chairman of the Zionist Council.
Refreshments will be served, and
there is no charge.
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president of the institution.
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