24—Friday, September 9, 1966
Nancy Roberts Becomes Center to Host
Federation Worn en's Leadership Mrs. Nat Goldberg
Noted Israeli for
Training Course to Be Started Sept. 119
A five-session leadership training
course for selected women in the
Women's Division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation begins 9:45
a.m. Sept. 19 at the Jewish Center.
Mrs. Norman H. Rosenfeld, chair-
man of the training course pro-
gram, has set up a series of five
weekly meetings which will give
the women a deeper picture of the
work of the Federation and its
William Avrunin, Federation ex-
ecutive director, will open the
Held at Adas Shalom
series with an explanation of "The
Samuel Lerner, director of the
Jewish Family and Children's Serv-
ice. and Irwin Shaw, director of
the Center, will explain the work
of their agencies.
A trip to Camp Tamarack in
Brighton and examination of the
program of the Fresh Air Society
is scheduled for Sept. 26.
On Oct. 3, the group will visit
Sinai - Hospital, Shiffman Clinic
and have lunch at the United He-
brew Schools. A tour of the Jewish
Home for Aged and its Borman
Hall branch will be held Oct. 10.
The final training class, Oct. 17,
will be held at the Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Building, headquarters
of Federation, Jewish Vocational
Service and Jewish Community
Council. The women will also take
a look at the Vocational Service's
Community Workshop, which pro-
vides employment for handicapped
and older workers in a sheltered
The course is designed to pro-
vide background for the leadership
in the Women's Division in its
year-round activities and participa-
tion in the Allied Jewish Cam-
Temple School Teachers
Due at Lansing Institute
To Noodles .. .
The annual Reform. Jewish Re-
ligious School Teachers' Institute
will be held at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek, Lansing, Sunday. The all-day
meeting of faculties and school
committees representing 18 tem-
ples from Michigan and Windsor
will be sponsored jointly by Dis-
trict 11 of the National Federation
of Temple Sisterhoods and the
Michigan Association of Reform
Greetings to the audience will be
extended by Rabbi Philip Frankel
of Shaarey Zedek, Lansing, and
Detroiter Mrs. Marshall Miller,
president of District 11 of the Na-
tional Federation 6f Temple Sis-
terhoods, among others.
The morning session of the in-
stitute will be highlighted by an
address by James Levbarg, the
newly appointed religious educa-
tion director of Temple Beth El,
who will speak on "Creating a
Meaningful Religious School Ex-
Workshops will be chaired by
the following rabbis as well as Lev-
barg: Joseph Schwarz, Beth El,
Benton Harbor; Ernst Conrad, The
New Temple, Birmingham; Philip
Berkowitz, Beth Jacob, Pontiac;
S h ell e y Waldenberg, -Beth El,
Windsor, and David Jessel, Beth
Hillel Day School Adopts
MRS. DENNIS BLOCK
Karen R. Levin and Dennis
Steven Block were married recent-
ly in a ceremony at Adas Shalom
Synagogue. Parents of the couple
are Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Levin of
Sussex Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
cus Block of Sorrento Ave.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of peau de sole with
French imported lace and a
chapel train trimmed in the
French lace. Her silk illusion
veil fell from a French imported
Mrs. Lorraine Kales was her sis-
ter's matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Marsha Wolf, Janet Tolchin
and Barbara Blatt.
Dr. Sherwin Yale Kepes served
as best man. Ushers were Harold
and Yale -Levin, brothers of the
bride, and Ernest Gurwich.
After a honeymoon to Miami
and Nassau, the couple is residing
When It Comes
The English-Jewish newspapers'
battle for consistency in the spell-
ing of Hebrew words and holidays
has been recognized by Hillel Day
School of Detroit.
The school's calendar for the
coming year takes note of the new
spelling, which includes the elim-
ination of the confusing "eh" in
such words as Hanuka and the
dropping of the final silent "h" as
Our riends and Customers
gor goy ous new Year
BRAVE • M NTS
KOS ER ME TS
13500 WEST SEVEN MILE RD.
Is Announced Here
Yaakov Malkin, noted writer and
lecturer from Israel, will spend
six weeks at Jewish community
centers in the Midwest, coming to
Detroit's Center on Sundays and
Mondays to conduct three series of
lecture discussions b e g i n n i n g
Series A, dealing with Israeli
and Jewish identity and conscious-
ness, will be held 2-4 p.m. Sundays.
Series B, "Universal Themes in
Jewish Literature and Jewish
Themes in World Literature" will
take place 7:30-9:30 p.m. Sundays.
For Series B, Malkin will discuss
such topics as "Chagall Hasidism
in Buber," "Generalization of Jew-
ish Surrealist Symbols," "Modern
MRS. NAT GOLDBERG
MISS SUZANNE FISHER
Jewish in American, Israeli and
Nancy Ellen Roberts, daughter European Literature," as well as
Mr. and Mrs. George I. Fisher of
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts of writers such as Peretz, Agnon and Briar Dr., Oak Park, announce the
Wisconsin Ave., and Nat Goldberg, Alan Ginsberg.
engagement of t heir daughter
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gold-
Series C, to be held Monday
berg of Briar Dr., Oak Park, were evenings 8-10 p.m., will be on Suzanne Carol to Sander Martin
Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
married recently at Cong. Beth "The Cultural Arts in Israel."
Abraham. Rabbi Israel Halpern Some specific topics will be M. Drake of St. Marys Ave. and
the late Mr. Albert Fields.
"Modern Theater in Israel," "Art
The bride wore an Empire-
and Architecture in Israel," "Art
The bride-to-be is a senior in
style, A-line gown of organza
and Society in Israel" and "Folk-
the college of education at Wayne
trimmed with Alencon lace, seed
lore Creations in Israel."
State University. The prospective
pearls and bell sleeves. A long
Room perMitting, tickets will be bridegroom is a senior in the col-
veil fell from her matching
sold on an individual lecture basis. lege of pharmacy at Wayne State,
crown of lace and pearls. A nose-
For information regarding series where he is vice chancellor of Rho
gay of roses and lilies of the
and topics of individual lec- Pi Phi, pharmaceutical fraternity.
valley were carried by the bride
A June 25 wedding is planned.
tures, contact the education-al serv-
on her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. Sharon Balamut, sister of ices division, DI 1-4200.
75,000 Jews Left in Morocco
the bridegroom, was matron of
Twenty years ago, there were a
honor. Bridesmaids were Penny Culture in Detroit Topic
quarter of a million Jews in Moro*.
Teicher and Carol Zimmerman of
co; today's estimate is -75,000.
Chicago and Mrs. Madeline Posner, of Parents' Meeting
Parents Without Partners-, at its
sister of the bridegroom. Andrea
Goldberg was a junior bridesmaid. first meeting of the sea-son 8:30
For the HY Spot
Michael Balamut served as best p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish Cen-
Of Your Affair
man. Ushers were Herbert and ter, will have Donn G. Kipka of
Edward Goldberg, brothers of the the -Detroit Edison Co. speak on
bridegroom, Richard Winer, Alan "Who Says Detroit Has No Cul-
Finer, Nat Fishman, Dr. Irwin Pos- ture?"
And His Orchestra
Divorced or widowed parents
ner, Skipper Baumgarten of Los
Angeles and Larry Romanoff of under age 55 are invited, at a
Chicago. Lloyd Roberts, brother of nominal charge for nonmembers.
• Distinctive Ceremonies
the bridegroom, was a junior ush- For informatiOn, call Bernice
Robbins, KE 8-0038.
Karen Posner and Jill Fishman
were flower girls. Steven Goldberg
was ring bearer.
After a honeymoon trip to Chi-
cago, the couple is residing in
B-G's Son Seeks Market
for Israel Apparel in U.S.
NEW YORK (JTA)—The son of
the architect of Israel's independ-
ence was hard at work here for
more American customers for Is-
Amos Ben-Gurion, general man-
ager of the ATA Textile Co., came
to the United States on a two-
week business trip. ATA is Is-
rael's largest private enterprise as
a major producer of cotton and
Discussing ATA goals at the Is-
rael Trade Display Center here, he
said "only a tiny fraction of our
sales are exported to the United
States. We want to develop more
business here, primarily in junior
dresses and sportswear."
He made final arrangements
with the Manhattan Shirt Co. to
become its licensee for men's
shirts and women's shirts in Israel,
starting next March. He also is
studying a special process for mak-
ing durable-press goods. ATA sold
more than $15,000,000 in prod-
ucts in 1965 and in 1966, Ben-Gur-
ion said, ATA hopes to sell $17,-
000,000 and $18,000,000 in 1967.
ATA consumer goods are sold
through its 14 stores in Israel.
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