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March 10, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH

"'Mayor Cavanagh Proclaims March 15 ORT Day,
Eye Bank Event Set by Hadassah Cites 'Far-Reaching Achievements of Cause

Mayor Cavanagh has proclaimed
Wednesday as "ORT Day 1967 in
Michigan" honoring W o in e n's
American ORT, whose Michigan
Region will be holding a celebra-
tion noon that day at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The chapter, which is engaged
in a membership enrollment
campaign, is
part of the na-
tional organiza-
tion which assists
the worldwide
network of voca-
tional training
schools.
In the pro-
clamation, Mayor
Cavanagh cited
ORT, with its 600
Cavanagh
vocational instal-
lations in 22 countries, for teach-
ing "scores of thousands annually
the modern trades that bring them
from squalor and despair to
dignity and security."
ORT's "vital and ever more im-
portant role in raising the eco-

'Pa rt-T I me Pa rents'
for Youth Aliya to
Attend SOC Kickoff

An eye for fashion is displayed by these group Eye Bank
chairmen preparing for the Detroit Chapter Hadassah program 8
p.m. Tuesday at Temple Israel. Each filled eye bank makes the
contributor eligible not only for admission, but for prizes as well.
Dr. John M. Dorsey, psychiatrist, and Lew Norman, actor and
humorist, will be on the program, "Humanizing and Humorizing."
Standing before a drawing of the Rosensohn Clinic-Outpatient De-
partment at the Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School are
(from left) Mesdames Jack Feldman, Nathan L. Fink and James
E. Goodfriend.

LZO and Farband to Join for Masquerade Party

Morris Lieberman, chairman of
the Labor Zionist Organization,
and Ben Harold, chairman of the
Farband Labor Zionist Order, an-
nounced that the two organizations
will jointly sponsor a Masquerade

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with

Purim celebration, Cafe Shushan,
9 p.m. March 25 in the Labor
Zionist Institute.
Gerald L. Goldberg, chairman of
the joint committee, announced
the chairmen are J. L. Stone, S.
Seltzer, Mrs. R. Goldbaum, Morris
Lifshay, Mrs. D. Silberg, Isadore
Shrodeck and Mrs. G. L. Goldberg.
The affair is open to the public.
Proceeds will go to further the
program of the Habonim Youth
Organization.

Parents Group to Meet

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Parents Without Partners will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jew-
ish Center. Doris Jaynes of the
Jewish Family and Children's Serv-
ive of Metropolitan Detroit will
discuss "Marriage, the Second Time
Around."
This organization is open to wid-
ows or divorced parents under 55.
There is a nominal admission
charge. For more information call
Sonia Wiatrak, president, KE 5-
5081.

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South Oakland County Chapter
Hadassah's annual Aliya Part-
Time-Parent campaign will be
initiated 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Samuel Krohn, 23180
Laurel Valley, Southfield.
To raise funds for the rescue and
education of Jewish children from
all parts of the world is the goal
of the Youth Aliva program.
Mrs. Robert Tuttleman, chap-

ter vice president of fund raising,
chairman of the day, will intro-
duce a recent traveler in Israel
with an eye-witness account of
Hadassah's work and present
Mrs. Abel Selburn, chapter pro-
gram chairman, in an original
skit.

Mrs. Gerald Friedman is in
charge of luncheon arrangements
and Mrs. Beverly Zeff, decora-
tions.
Co-chairmen Mrs. Mark Zivian
and Mrs. Irving Levitt head the
Youth Aliva Part - Time - Parent
Journal assisted by the following:
Mesdames Lester Rossman, Bir-
mingham-Franklin: Henry Lerman,
Huntington Woods; Fred Garon,
Oak Park; and Gerald Rosenbaum
and Milton Sperber, Southfield,
Workers kits will be distributed at
this meeting, and new workers are
invited.
* *
"Women! Women! Women!"
will be presented by the Mobile
Unit of Center Theater at the oneg
Shabat planned by SOC Chapter
12:30 p.m. March 18 in the home
of Mrs. Philip Minkin, 25045 Frank-
lin Park, Franklin.
Mrs. Harold Podolsky, chapter
oneg Shabat chairman, is assisted
by Mesdames James August, chap-
ter vice president of education;
Joseph Warren, Irving A. Schly-
festone, Thomas Balkin, Harry
Nachman, Leo Keeps, and Henry
-
Green.

This production written for Cen-.
ter Theater by Samuel Miszewski
and directed by Leonard Brad-
ley, includes in the cast Lorraine
Ernst, Joyce Feurring, Shirley
Harbin, Bradley, Don Mycek and
Wayne George.

nomic standards of both highly in-
dustrialized and developing na-
tions" was also cited by the mayor.
He added:

"Whereas, it is the solemn
obligation of the '75,000 mem-
bers of Women's American ORT
throughout our nation to develop
the human resources of the world
through its support of the ORT
program; and

"Whereas Women's American
ORT resolves to gain more mem-
bers than ever before during this
ORT Day 1967 campaign in order
that livelihood and life may re-
place destitution and hopelessness.
"Now, therefore, I, Jerome P.
Cavanagh, mayor of the city of
Detroit, do hereby proclaim the

Beth Aaron Family Fair
Slated by Sisterhood

Beth Aaron Sisterhood will hold
its first annual Family Fair 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday in the synagogue
social hall.
Chairman is Mrs. Joseph Med-
wed. For tickets, call Mrs. Irving
Ingram, UN 4-4192. In charge of
committees are Mesdames Hyman
Fox, Bernard Gaspas, Morris Gins-
berg, Robert Ha c k e r, Samuel
Korby, Sol Miller and Jerome Sil-
berman.
The Beth Aaron Young Adults
group is participating with a nurs-
ery room, cotton candy and pop-
corn for young children. The Beth
Aaron Men's Club will serve meals
and snacks all day Sunday. There
will also be lunches available Mon-
day.
The public is invited to bring
families.

15th day of March, 1967, to be ORT
Day in Detroit in recognition of
the far-reaching achievements of
Women's American ORT."
Among those present for the
signing were Mrs. William Wets-
man, president of the Michigan
Region of ORT, and Mrs. Ben
Brant, membership vice president.
The enrollment of thousands of
new immigrant youths in two com-
pleted Israeli ORT apprenticeship
centers 'purred the ORT day cele-
bration Wednesday, said Mrs.
Brant, ORT Day chairman.
Mrs. Brant said that the Jean-

nette Orleans Gayl and Joseph
Shapiro apprenticeship centers
were enabling thousands upon
thousands of young Israelis from
underdeveloped countries
to
earn and learn at the same time,
thus building their own in-
dividual lives and providing
desperately needed skilled man-
power resources for the Israeli
economy."
She stated that the John F.

Kennedy Apprenticeship Center
was now being constructed in
Jerusalem and that a fourth cen-
ter was to be constructed in the
Negev. .
The ORT Day program will in-
clude a fashion show, awarding
of prizes and refreshments. New
members who join that day will
be considered paid in full until
July 1968.

PHOTOGRAPHY by

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