Mrs. Henry Berris Has -Heart of Gold,' Miss Kain, Mr. Alorton
Will Be United July 27
Volunteer Award Council Decides
Mrs. Henry H. Berris was among
12 metropolitan area women cited
for outstanding contributions as a
volunteer in Detroit religious, edu-
cational, cultural and philanthropic
organizations at the second annual
"Heart of Gold" awards luncheon
Tuesday in Cobo Hall.
Mrs. Berris received a gold
heart-shaped charm bearing the
"Spirit of Detroit" emblem and
signifying dedicated service.
More than 1,800 women from
throughout Wayne, Oakland and
Macomb Counties gathered for the
awards luncheon staged by the
year-old Volunteer Award Council.
Formed to provide community-
wide recognition for noteworthy
faith programs and helped or-
ganize a course on Judaism and
Christianity and current events
at Midrasha College of Jewish
Studies last year.
to Address Technion
Detroit Chapter, American Tech-
nion Society, will hear Dr. Keeve
Siegel, chief executive officer and
chairman of the
board of KMS In-
She frequently gives book re-
views and readings without charge
at the Jewish Home for Aged and
for many organizations, besides
discussing worthwhile books on
radio and television panels for the
Detroit Public Library.
Married and the mother of four,
Mrs. Berris has been active in
fund-raising campaigns for the
United Foundation, Jewish Welfare
I Federation and Hadassah.
JNF Purim Appeal
Sent to Synagogue
Friday, February 14, 1969-27
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
dustries, Inc., 8
p.m. Thursday at
the Jewish Cen-
will be the work
and research activities of his com-
pany. A question-and-answer per-
iod following the talk will explore
the practicability of establishing a
KMS-type industry in Israel. Re-
freshments will be served.
MISS DIANE KAIN
Mr. and Mrs. Armand Kain of
Detroit and outstate synagogues Lincoln Dr., Oak Park, announce
are again being called upon by the the engagement of their daughter
Jewish National Fund to conduct Diane to Allan Harvey Morton, son
the traditional Purim appeal for of Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Morton
shalakh manot (gifts, in the form of Southfield Rd., Southfield.
of contributions) to the JNF for
Miss Kain attends Oakland Com-
land reclamation and the planting munity College. Her fiance, a grad-
of trees in Israel, according to uate of the University of Michigan,
Phillip Stollman and Harry Cohen, where he was affiliated with Phi
co-chairmen of the JNF religious Sigma Delta Fraternity, plans to
attend medical school in the fall.
Purim this year will begin with
A July 27 wedding is planned.
the reading of Megillat Esther the
evening of March 3.
Congregants are being asked to
give Purim contributions for the
planting of trees, for reclaiming
MRS. HENRY BERRIS
and developing the land of Israel,
service, the Award Council in- which will help secure its border
cludes representatives of 41 lead- areas.
A call for young American Jews
ing organizations working with
Stollman and Cohen said that to form "religious peace corps" to
Women for the United Foundation Karen Kayemeth LeIsrael has al- Israel was issued last weekend by
ways been looked upon by the former Detroit Rabbi J. Elimelech
as "geulat Haaretz„
The volunteers receiving "Heart synagogue
the redemption of the land of Ittamar, director of the Jerusalem
of Gold" awards were chosen by
and Southern Department of the
a panel of community leaders for Israel, as a sacred obligation. The Israel Ministry of Religion.
best symbolizing the many who synagogue has always cooperated
Rabbi Ittamar, who was known
give their time and talents to with the Jewish National Fund in here as Rabbi Max Wohlgelernter,
helping it achieve its objectives.
"Purim today,” said Stollman addressed a melave malka at the
The winners were screened from
and Cohen, "must not only be a Young Israel Center of Greenfield
137 nominations submitted by agen-
holiday of celebrations, but also a on behalf of the New Settlements
cies, organizations and individuals
holiday of action — action for the Tora Association of Israel. He set-
in the three-county area.
reclamation of land which also re- tled in Israel 13 years ago, when he
assumed the post of secretary tol
Mrs. Berris merited an award claims a people!"
the chief rabbinate of Israel.
for her volunteer work with Jewish
ssleodci ati projkect of
Center, Recording for the Blind,
Hadassah, Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Fitzgerald School, Jewish Home for Holiday Entertainment
the Aged, Detroit Public Library
An evening of culture and enter- 'gma"Y
in the towns of Ashdod,
and the United Foundation, as well
tainment in celebration of Purim Ashkelon, Bet Shemesh, Hadera,
as many other organizations.
will be sponsored 8:30 p.m. March '
Last year, she was general 5 at the Labor Zionist Institute, by Kiryat Atta, Kiryat Gat, Migdal
chairman for the 17th annual Jew- I the landsmanshaften committee Sharon,
S a f a Ha-
ish Book Fair at the Jewish Cen- I for Jewish National Fund.
and Tifran, the
This traditional event is held in Shlomi
ter, which she has served for 17
rapidly broadening out to embrace
culmination of the group's year of 15 additional outposts in Acre,
Afula, Arad and many others
An active member of Hadassah efforts on behalf of the JNF.
Cantors Louis Klein of Bnai
for 30 years, she has given lead-
More than 3,500 participants
Moshe Synagogue and Hyman Ad-
ership as president of one of the
are in the various locales, with
ler of Bnai David will be featured,
larger groups, chapter vice presi- with Bella Goldberg at the piano, 200 young married men settled in
dent of programing, head of the
of solos, duets and their midst, pursuing advanced
in a program rabbinical
leadership training department and humor.
studies and working
as a participant in the school vol-
Louis Levine will be toastmaster. with youth clubs and synagogues,
providing social leadership and
ishell chairman of the C
of Landsmanshaften, will religious education to the corn-
At Shaarey Zedek, she has assist- ` ode
ed and directed synagogue-based preside.
The project has the support of
youth projects, served as chairman
several ministries of the state.
of the Junior Congregation Com-
Young men who have dedicated
mittee, adviser to United Synago- Gen. Marshall to Talk
their efforts to the progress of the
gue YOuth, chaperone for retreats on Israel Before ZOD
community are given new accom-
and conclaves at Camp Tamarack
modations without any down pay-
and adviser for regional and na-
Zionist Organization of Detroit, in- ment and at minimal rental. Va-
She has been active in inter- . 8.30 p.m. Thursday at the Zionist cancies are open for many more to
join the settlements and assume
the important duties there.
Rabbi Ittamar has visited Chi-
Brig. Gen. S.
cago, Toronto, Washington and
L. A. Marshall,
New York. A Detroit committee
BEING ACCEPTED FOR
has been organized under the lead-
a is d columnist,
ership of Jerry Saltsman, 15011
will speak on the
Dartmouth, Oak Park. For infor-
• Everything From
status of the state
mation, call him at 542-8667.
Hors d' Oevres To
of Israel today.
Rabbi Lieberman to Speak
visited Israel im-
to Orthodox Women's Unit
Women's Branch, Union of Or-
the Six-Day War
and shortly thereafter published thodox Jewish Congregations of
his book, "Swift Sword." His mili- America, will bold its fourth lec-
tary column is syndicated by the ture of the current Town Hall
Los Angeles Times and the Wash- series 12:30 p.m. Monday at Young
Golf & Country Club
ington Post, and he serves as mili- Israel of Oak-Woods.
Rabbi David M. Lieberman, dean
tary analyst on WWJ-TV Detroit.
30500 W. 13 Mile Rd.
There is no admission charge— of Yeshivath Beth Yehuda, will
Refreshments will be served. For speak on the Book of Numbers, in
information, call the ZOD office, accordance with this year's theme,
the Five Books of Moses.
Corps' to Israel
Writer Poet Emigrates
From Poland to Israel
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arrived here from Poland to settle
with his wife and son. Sfard was
formerly deputy chairman of the
Jewish Cultural Association in
Warsaw and edited Yiddishe Shrif-
ten, a magazine.
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