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April 14, 1967 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-14

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siccral-IViner Wedding I.vane Cohn Betrothed Kahn–Gorelick Vows
is Planned for June
to Be' Spoken Sept. 10
to Sherwood Swartz

Friday, April 14, 1967-33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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MISS MARGUERITE SIEGAL

MISS RENEE KAHN

MISS LYNNE COHN

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Cohn of
Captain and Mrs. Michael Siegal
of Belmont Rd., Allen Park, an- Birchcrest Dr. announce the en-
nounce the engagement of their gagement of their daughter Lynne
daughter Marguerite Ann to David
Allen Winer, son of Mr. and Mrs. to Sherwood Swartz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bert S. Swartz of Midway Rd.,
Bernard Winer of Kentfield Rd.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Southfield.
the Harper Hospital School of
The bride-to-be- is a junior at
Nursing. Her fiance is a graduate the University of Colorado and is
of Wayne State University's col- affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Phi
lege of engineering.
sorority. Her fiance is a senior at
Wayne State University.
A June wedding is planned.

. Mrs. Samuel B. Kahn of Oxley
Rd., Southfield, announces the en-
gagement of her daughter Renee
Marcie Kahn to Burton Harry
Gorelick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Os-
car Gorelick of Parkwood Dr.,
Huntington Woods. The bride-to-
be is the daughter of the late Dr.
Kahn.
Miss Kahn attends Michigan
Lutheran College. Her fiance at-
tended Ferris State College.
A Sept. 10 wedding is planned.

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Bnai Brith to Study Youths' Careers Plans and Resulting Futures

SUNDAY

CIIICAGO (JTA) — Bnai Brith held here. was a follow-up of an j in this work, Rabbi Kaufman said *
announced Tuesday its vocational extensive BBVS survey conducted the follow-up study should show *-
service department was undertak- in the early 1960's of 6,649 Jewish why this interest waned and what 11.
ing a study to discover if Jewish students in the 10th, 11th and 12th steps can be taken to correct the 71..
problem.
youths make good on the college grades.
and career plans they formulate ' It will seek to determine whether , "If nearly one youth in five can *
the youths. 116W in college or earn- consider Jewish communal service *
as high school students.
The study reported at the an- ing a liVing, attended the schools work, but not one youth in 100
,
nual meeting of the Bnai Brith of their choice and entered the I enters the field, we must be doing
so mething wrong," Rabbi Kauf-
Vocational Service Commission, fields they hoped for while in high
school, and how they compare, as 1 man said. "This study, hopefully *
Jews. to the general population in will provide some answers."
successfully completing their ca- 1
reer plans.
Modern Ferry to Sail
Milton Berger of Philadelphia,
Between Haifa, Venice *
chairman of the commission,
said the study will enable ednca-
HAIFA — The passenger motor- *
tional and vocational guidance
ship Bilu will sail on her first NI,
PISGAH LODGE will meet 8:30 personnel to understand what
voyage in the service of the Zim 7A.
p.m. Monday at the Labor Zionist factors affect the career decisions
Co. May 21 from Haifa to Venice, or
Institute. Guest speaker will be of Jewish youth so that they may
where she is due to arrive on *
utilize this information in their
General S. L. A. Marshall, con-
May 25.
current
counseling.
war
sultant to the Pentagon on the
The Bilu has air conditioning in-
"If we know why Jewish young- stalled throughout, with tempera- 7g,
in Vietnam. His topic will be "My
Recent Observations of the War sters succeed or fail in college and ture control in the cabins. There 'Jr
in Vietnam." This meeting is for and in their designated profes- is a kosher self-service restaurant, *
members of Pisgah Lodge and their sions," Berger said, "we can offer public rooms for entertainments, *
families. Admittance is by meni- more competent guidance to bar, games rooms, swimming pool.
today's youth who encounter great- library, duty-free shop, barber and
bership card.
er problems because of the in-
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Ar"
salon.
beauty salon.
ISRAEL CHAPTER will meet creasing competition for college
Built in Belgium in 1964, the *
8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work- admittance and the growing spe- Bilu has accommodations for over
men's Circle Center. A weight- cialization in the labor market."
500 passengers in a single class
watchers program will be pre- Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
and drive-on garage facilities for
sented by Mrs. Irving Mark, di- vice president of Bnai Brith said
condi- 71.-
rector of weight watchers. The the study will "suggest some crea- 120 cars. She is fully air
public is invited. tive approaches" to increasing the tioned and all of her cabins have *.
private
shower
and
toilet.
Other
number of workers in the Jewish
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facilities include a swimming pool,
ADLAI STEVENSON YOUNG communal service field.
Noting that 19 per cent of the bars, lounges, library, duty-free Jir
MEN installed Mark Lavetter, pros-
youth interviewed in the early gift shop, barbershop and beauty *
ident; Paul Math, vice president; BBVS survey expressed an interest salon.
Richard llitow, treasurer: Philip
Lipson, secretary: and Barry
Ravitz, counselor. Any young man
age 18-26, or a high school gradu-
BY HENRY LEONARD
ate, wishing to join this chapter
may call Lavetter at 864-4592.

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