Held at Temple Israel
MRS. GERALD SOFFIN
Karen Frances Madgy, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Madgy of
Tavistock Tr., Southfield, became
the bride of Gerald Stephen Soffin,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soffin
of Owasso, in a recent candlelight
ceremony at Temple Israel. Rabbis
Philip Frankel of Lansing and M.
Robert Syme and Cantor Harold
The bride chose a sleeveless,
Empire bodice gown of Alencon
duchess lace. The gown was styled
with a Monderie neckline, tiny
ivory covered buttons from, collar
to hem and a chapel train. Petals
of peau de soie with garlands of
green ivy leaves were attached to
a shoulder-length veil of silk
illusion. She carried moth orchids
and Stephanotis on a confirmation
Natalie Beth Madgy, sister of the
bride was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Phyllis Seder, Gail
Rose, Mrs. Melvin Pearl and Ste-
phanie Bassitt. Ruth Ellen Suber
was flower girl.
Stanley Soffin, brother of the
bridegroom was best man. Ushers
were Melvin Pearl, Larry Shanker,
Stephen Miller and Jeff Hudson.
Honorary ushers were James Shan-
ker, Ron , Crossland and James
After a New England honeymoon
the couple will reside in East
ctivities in Society
Mrs. William Greenberg, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Department of Michigan Jewish War Veterans, led a delegation to
the 40th annual convention of the National Ladies Auxiliary at the
Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., Aug. 13-20. Among the delegates
were: Past National President Mrs. John Nemon, who is chairman
of both the budget committee and the Woman of the Year Award
Luncheon; Mrs. Philip Bernstein, national leadership chairman; Mrs.
Jack Iden, national legislation chairman; past department presidents
Mrs. Max Kaufman, Mrs. Albert Rosen and Mrs. Morton Oppenheim;
department historian Mrs. Martin Cohen; Mrs. Sidney Lantz, president
of Silverman Auxiliary; Mrs. Joseph Burnstein, Mrs. Martin Harris,
Mrs. James Helfer and Mrs. Sara Curtis.
Among the out-of-town delegates to the 35th annual meeting of
Theta Sigma Phi, national professional society for women in journalism
and communications, were Edith Frank, a free lance feature writer
who is president of the Madison, Wis., professional chapter; Frances
Levine of Birmingham, Ala., who is editorial assistant for Progressive
Farmer magazine; and student chapter presidents Marcie Harrison
of the University of Wisconsin, Sharon Abramowitz, University of
Michigan, and Elise Friedman, Temple University, Philadelphia. The
meeting was held last week at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
Schools Register for Fall Classes
With the fall term only weeks
away, local religious schools have
announced registration. The fol-
lowing have indicated they are
now accepting boys and girls for
S'haarey Zedek Nursery School
and Kindergarten, a five-day-per-
week bicultural program, stresses
music, literature, art, science, so-
cial and motor skills, reading and
number readiness and understand-
ing of concepts. For information
on the three-hour a day program,
call Rochelle Greenberg, school
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Mishkan Israel Religious School
is forming a new post-graduate,
post-Bar Mitzva class for special
students with above-average apti-
tude and scholastic abilities. De-
bates, discussions and forums on
Jewish philosophy, customs and
Jewish Women Council
Plan Fashion Show
JNF Plans New
Since the beginning of July, the
Jewish National Fund has been
reclaiming 11,000 acres of land
in the former demilitarized areas
on the previous Jordanian and
Syrian borders, it was reported
by Jacob Tsur, chairman of the
Jewish National Fund board of di-
rectors in Jerusalem.
The project includes 9,500 acres
of land in the Latrun area, on both
sides of the old Tel Aviv-Jerusalem
highway (which has now been re-
activated); some 6,250 acres of
this area to be utilized for inten-
sive farming, and. the remainder
Another 1,500 acres, now be-
ing developed, lies along the
Syrian border between Tel Katsir
and Hammat Gader; at Korazim
Bet northeast of Almagor, and
between Dan and Banias.
The Jewish National Fund is
undertaking preparations for set-
ting up at least four new Nahal
(Army Pioneer Settlers Corps) vil-
lages in the near future, near
Hammat Gader, Korazim Beth,
Mateh Oz near Kefar Ha-Nassi,
and on the banks of the Hermon
A road from Ein Gev northwards
along the eastern shore of Lake
Kinneret, is now being constructed
by the JNF. The road along the
lake continues northwards along
the upper Jordan River to the
Benot Yaakov bridge.
Tsur added that the JNF will
invest about 10,000,000 Israeli
pounds ($3,333,333) in these urgent
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A HANNAH TROY COAT-DRESS
Champagne, works of art and a
preview of Hannah Troy's trunk
collection will highlight the party
8 p.m. Wednesday, at the Bloom-
field Art Association, sponsored
by the Detroit Section, National
Council of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Paul Milgrim will present
Miss Troy's new fashions.
New members are invited.
Reservations may be made by
calling the council, UN 3-5427.
current events and a series of talks
by guest lecturers will be featur-
ed. For registration information,
call Rabbi Jacob N. Kranz, super-
visor of the course, 548-2666, or
Registration is still open for the
five-year Hebrew school, as well
as junior and all-girls Sunday
school and Bar Mitzva course. For
inforination call Mrs. Lillian Green-
wald, director, 548-2666. In addi-
tion, for details on the Mishkan
Israel nursery, call Mrs. Lillian
Bnai David Synagogue School
will begin classes Sept. 10 in the
new Samuel Lieberman School
The school consists of four de-
partments: the daily nursery, pri-
mary school, elementary school
and, two afternoons a week, high
The school program is directed
by Rabbi Aaron Brander.
All children, members as well as
nonmembers, are accepted at Bnai
David School. For information, call
the Bnai David School, 353-2198.
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United Hebrew Schools classes
for all elementary department stu-
dents except beginners will start
Sept. 6. Beginners classes will meet
Sept. 11. Boys and girls should be
enrolled by their eighth birthday
in order to meet the requirements
for Bar Mitzva and Bat Mitzva.
The nursery school, which meets
in the Oak Park Jewish Center,
will resume Sept. 11. Transporta-
tion is available upon request.
For information call the school,
Hillel Day School will hold late
registration for kindergarten classes
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs-
day from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The
school conducts two separate 'kin-
dergarten classes five days; a week.
To qualify for kindergarten ad-
mission a child must be 5 years
old by Jan. 31. Children eligible
for first grade may apply and have
their names on the waiting list as
enrollment in this class has already
Rabbi Simon Murciano, headmas-
ter, will be available for new par-
ents' consultation during registra-
tion hours. For information, call
the school office, 548-8224.
Dr. Manuel Feldman, president
of Ahavas Achim, announced
that the congregation has acquired
a 10-acre site on Lahser below 12
Mile. Road in Southfield.
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