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February 24, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-24

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NEWS' ORT Women Mobilizing for Big Day,
'Fiddler' Stars to Brighten PW Luncheon Starting Its Spring Membership Drive

THE DETROIT JEWISH

16—Friday, February 24, 1967

Michigan R e g i o n, Women's
American ORT, (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training)
will join 550 other- chapters
throughout the United States to
celebrate ORT's 87th birthday
March 15. ORT Day marks the be-
ginning of the organization's spring
membership drive.
Only through accelerated mem-
bership growth can a classroom
place be provided for each of the
many qualified
applicants to
ORT schools who
must now be
turned away for
lack of accom-
modations, ac-
cording to Mrs.
Ben Brant, vice
chairman of
membership.
Three develop-
Mrs. Brant
me n t s recently
have caused an unprecedented de-
mand for ORT training, she said.
These are the growth of the teen-
age population, the greatest migra-
tion of Jewish people since World
War II and the spread of the tech-
nological revolution throughout
the world.
Mrs. Lyndon Johnson has said
"American women doers are a
particular pride of mine. You, who
have traditionally put such a
high value on education and train-
ing are among the foremost doers
of our nation. What better gift to
your less fortunate fellow man and
woman than the tools of freedom
—the trades and skills that can
help them make a new life by
helping them make a living!"
The ORT Day celebration will
be held at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

At a dessert luncheon hosted by Mrs. Jack Gosman, where a
total of $5,000 in Israel Bonds were subscribed, are (from left)
seated: Mesdames Rebecca Warren, Philip Kutnick, Julius Spielberg
and Ben Grant; and standing: Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel
Bond director, and Mesdames Alec Lazerman , Charles Driker,
Sema Wein and Jack Gosman. The gatherine was held in advance
of the annual Pioneer Women's Israel Bond luncheon, scheduled
for March 9 at Cong. Bnai David, with Jan and Lillian Bart as
guest stars.
* * *
The Detroit Pioneer Women's
Council will hold its annual Israel
Bond Luncheon noon March 9 at
Bnai David Synagogue, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Sam Fishman,
council president. Chairman of the
luncheon will be Mrs. Alexander
-Schreier. -
Jan and Lillian Bart, who re-
corded the Yiddish version of "Fid-
dler on the Roof," will be guest art-
ists. Bart was commissioned to
translate the entire score of "Fid-
dler" into Yiddish. His recording
is now the largest-selling Jewish
record ever produced. Lillian Bart
sings the lyrics in the original
English.
JAN, LILLIAN BART
Ahavas Achim Women
Eric Rosenow and his Conti-
* *
nental Orchestra will provide the
Norman Leemon, Abraham Silber- to Gather for Luncheon
musical program.
The Sisterhood of Cong. Ahavas
Theme of the luncheon is "An schein, Michael Michlin, S a r a
Achim will hold its annual donor
Israel Hai," the people of Israel Levin and Sam Wasserman.
- Chapter presidents on the com- luncheon at the synagogue noon
lives.
Wednesday, Mrs. Larry Gutten-
Members of the luncheon com- mittee are:
Mesdames Michlin, Joseph B. Yendick,
mittee, besides Mrs. Schreier, in- , Ben Meyers, Philip Field, E v el v, n berg, president, announces.
Assisting Mrs. Bert Heller, donor
clude Mesdames Jack Gosman, Schwartz, David Marks, Karl Herman,
David Shuster, Julius Green, Michael
Wilson, Ben Sussman, Sam Berman, chairman, are Mesdames Max
Julius Silverman, Morris Order and Sil- Lumelsky, prizes; Tony Partovich,
berschein. - --
ticekts; and Kenneth Belen and Al
Israel Bond chairmen are:
Mesdames Michlin, Israel Serling, Sam Ostrow, arrangements.
Isaacs, Jack Berent, Nathan Bright,
Assisting in the sale - of tickets
Samuel Eyck, Harry Kay, Gosman, Nor-
man Kanter, Isadore Kaplan and Saul are:
Waldman.
eMsdames Edward Allen, Kenneth
A special feature of the lunch Belen ,Simon Bermanis, Ben Davis, Don
Jonas Dworin, Bernard Glazer,
eon will be the awarding of a Davis,
Moshie Glazier, Sanford Gordon, David
$100 Israel Bond contributed by Grainer, Jack Karbal, Isadore Levin,
Max Lumelsky, Al Ostrow, Morey Pat-
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Israel rick,
Henry Rocklin, Jerry Rosenthal,
Bond women's division chair-
Jack Schey, Arthur Schussler, Ben Sim-
ons and Bernard Whitemen.
m an.
Mrs. Ben Simons, program chair-
For reservations, call the Israel
Bond office, DI 1-5707, or the man, announces that Jocelyn and
Pioneer Women's office, 341-0722. her Gypsies will entertain during
the luncheon hour in a group of
The VARIETY CLUB WOMEN Hebrew, Yiddish and foreign melo-
of Tent 5 will stage its ninth an- dies. Friends are invited. For res-
nual benefit luncheon and fashion ervations, call Mrs. Partovich, LI
show noon Thursday in the Grand 6-4452, or Mrs. Heliler, VE 7-9185.
Ballroom of the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. For tickets, call Mrs. Lou
The chapel fund of the Lapeer
Marks, 647-7524, or Mrs. Nate
State Home and Training School
Levin„
862-6740.
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throughout the four-day show.
Hours will be 1-10 p.m. daily ex-
cept Sunday, when hours will be
1-9 p.m. Antique show visitors
also will have an opportunity to
browse or buy among 88 exhibits
—the largest show of its kind in
the Midwest.
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After dessert and coffee at noon,
the program will include a wel-
come to two new ORT chapters,
greetings by Mrs. Jerome Hau-
ser, president of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, and a fashion show,
"The Best of Spring, 1967."
Prizes will be awarded.
Mrs. Brant said that every ef-
fort would be made to mobilize
American Jewish women for the
support of ORT's global networks.
ORT maintains over 600 instal-
lations on five contingents.

Larry Freedman

To Discuss Vietnam

Van Sauter, Detroit Free Press
writer, will address the Young
N'Marrieds of Adas Shalom 11
a.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
Sauter ° will speak on "Vietnam—
the Continuing Tragedy," based
on his personal experiences.
Brunch will be served. For reser-
vations. contact Mrs. Robert Liss,
356-9117. •

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