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April 19, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-19

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20—Friday, April 19, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Needs of ORT Schools Outlined
as Imperial Ball Plans Announced

Ambitious plans for the Imperial
Ball of Michigan Region, Women's
American ORT, are under way for
p.m. at Raleigh House.
Violins will greet the guests
during the cocktail hour, and later
the Zan Gilbert orchestra will
make music for dinner and
dancing. Centerpieces will carry
out the theme of the ball; "ORT
Around the World," and the
souvenir journal and favors will
be distributed to guests. The 20
presidents of ORT 'chapters will
serve as hostesses.
A feature of the evening will be
a floor show, "Designer Corner,"
presenting the latest Bill Blass,
Cardin and other designer mod
and conventional attire for men.
Proceeds from the ball will be
used to continue the support of
ORT's vocational training schools
in 22 countries, where manpower
training has become the issue of
the day.
ORT is stressing that nations
no longer can develop their full
potential and prosper without
their people prepared, educated
and qualified to become highly
productive. CoAcurrently, the
costs of maintaining ORT schools
has greatly increased.
President of the Michigan
Region of Women's American ORT
is Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel. Co-
chairmen of the ball are Mrs.
Jerry Krandall and Mrs. Robert
Fienberg. Assisting them are Mes-
dames Joseph Kerzman, Frank
Winton, Fred Greenspan, Ralph
Bonin Arthur Bricker. Arthur
Morrison, Manny Aissus, Leonore
Cohen, Joseph Falk, Robert Kahn,
Joseph Kron, Hubert Kurzon,
Stanley Walkon and William
Weinstein.
The new .ORT song, first pre-
sented at the recent national con-
vention, will be introduced. A car
will be awarded at midnight. The

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Offer International
Flavor at Luncheon

The Detroit Women of Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity will hold
its annual donor luncheon noon
Wednesday at the Raleigh House.
The theme of this year's affair
will be an invitation to circle the
globe at the luncheon with an in-
ternational flavor. A gourmet menu
of specialties from many countries
has been planned by Mrs. Milton
Jacobs, luncheon chairman, and
unusual gifts from all corners of
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receive a gift of imported perfume.
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Synagogue Women
to Hear National VIP

The Michigan Branch of National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, will hear
Mrs. Paul Perman of Brooklyn, at
:: their spring con-
ference Wednes-
'Way and Thurs-
hlay at Cong.
Beth Aaron.
Mrs. Perman is
a graduate of
Cornell Univer-
sity where she
majored in gov-
ernment. She is a
board member
Mrs. Perman and vice chair-
man of leadership training in the
National Women's League and
holds the chairmanship of adult
education of the South Shore Long
Island Branch for the 1968 Na-
tional Women's League Convention
she was appointed vice chairman
to the co-ordinator of activity
sessions.

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MISS ETHEL GOODMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Goodman
of Tracey Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Ethel
Sharon to John H. Anthony, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Anthony of
Braile Ave.
Miss Goodman is a senior at
Wayne State University's college of
education and is a member of Pi
Lambda Theta honor society. Mr.
Anthony, a member of Pi Delta
Phi Fraternity, is a graduate stu-
dent in business administration at
Wayne.
A December wedding is planned. I

Jewish Women Set Up
S. American Workshop

CLEVELAND (JTA) — A work-
shop on Latin-American communal
I problems, organized by the Inter-
national Council of Jewish Women,
will open in Buenos Aires Monday
with representatives from seven
South American countries partici-
pating, Mrs. Ronald Brown, presi-
I dent of the organization, said.
The conference will consider
Latin American requirements in
such areas as the role of the vol-
unteer in communal service, rela-
tions with the Jewish and general
communities, leadership training,
the enlistment of youth in Jewish
affairs, the status of women under
Jewish law and the human rights
issues at the United Nations.
The conference will continue
until April 25.

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at least two Jewish Synanon "grad-
uates" who went on to become
successful businessmen, said the
Detroit office will send speakers
on request. For information, call
Jack Kilkenny, facility manager,
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The Jewish News recently
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teen-agers. Patterson, a former
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by Synanon and learn of the
dangers in taking drugs. Synanon
staff members have addressed
students at Southfield High School
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Jefferson.
A Detroiter was the 1,000th
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