30—Friday, September 5, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS ;
Caro l 7 oi
Barry .4. Kline of _N. V.
The 90th birthday of Mrs. John A. Heavenrich of LaSalle Blvd.
was celebrated last Friday by the members of her family, including
five children, John. Walter. Richard, Louis and Mrs. Howard Kaichen:
13 grandchildren: and 12 great-grandchildren. The oldest living alumna
of Liggett School, Mrs. Heavenrich helped found Children's Hospital
of Michigan and has served on its board ever since.
Two recent events honored Aileen Diskin of Ferndale, who will
marry Glenn Winsen of Flint Oct. 12. A miscellaneous shower was
given at the home of Mrs. Jakob Rabin of Ramsey Blvd. Mrs. Jacob
Wapner was cohostess. The mother of the prospective bridegroom.
Mrs. Benjamin Winsen of Humboldt Ave.. entertained at a luncheon in
the Country Squire Restaurant. Among those attending were the bride-
elect's mother, Mrs. Morris Disken, and her sister. Mrs. David Fink.
Movsas Goldoftas will represent Detroit Farband members at the
national board of directors meeting this week at Unser Camp. N.Y.
David Sislin. chairman of Farband District 6. will represent the district
at the meetings.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gurwin of Jeanette Ave..
Southfield, will honor their parents Sunday with an open house celebrat-
ing their 25th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Doneson of Rock Ledge Dr.. Farmington, have
returned from a brief trip to Europe on the new Queen Elizabeth.
Cohn Heads ORT Membership Drive'
Irwin T. Cohn has been named
chairman of the current member-
ship drive of Detroit Men's ORT
Announcing the appointment.
Harry H. Platt. president of the
chapter, said the objective this
year is to enroll 300 new ORT
Co-chairman of the membership
drive named by Platt are Albert
M. Coleman, Dr. Harvey M. Fire-
stone, Jerome C. Hirsch, Milton
Lucow and David Page.
Other membership committee
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Stanley T. Burkoff, Harold L.
Frank, John L. Greenberg, Dr. Har-
old W. Jaffe, Richard L. Kux, Har-
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — Finance
Minister Zeev Sharef said Tuesday
that Israelis have already con-
tributed $35,000.000 toward this
year's internal defense loan and
predicted that the $8-1,000,000 goal
would be reached by March, the
end of the fiscal year.
Sharef, who. is also minister of
commerce and industry, left for
Britain and the United States
Tuesday. Ile said he would be
meeting with businessmen and
community leaders in both coun-
tries to discuss further investments
in Israel and would also take up
matters related to the Joint Pales-
tine Appeal and the United Jewish
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In a recent ceremony at Cong.
Shaary Zedek, Carol Ellen Shwedel,
daughter of Mrs. Leo Shwedel of
Frisbee Ave. and the late Mr.
Shwedel. became the bride of
Barry Allen Kline. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Kline of Flushing, N.Y.
Rabbi Irwin Groner officiated.
The bride was given in mariage
by her brother, Marvin Shwedel.
Jean Rubovits of Chicago was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Marvin Shwedel and Mrs.
Ronald Lebold of Willingboro,
N.J., sister of the bridegroom.
Donald Florman of New York
served as best man. Ushers in-
cluded Warren David Kauffman
and Donald Lebold.
Eileen and Howard Lebold served
the couple as flowergirl and ring
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
the couple wil reside in Niskayuna,
Tel Hashomer is the largest hos-
pital in the country, having 1.000
beds. The facilities are housed in
buildings of a former American and
then British army camp. Conse-
quently, the physical facilities are
still quite primitive, although new
modern buildings are being built.
said Dr. Bardenstein. - In spite
of this, however, the caliber of the
medical staff is excellent, and the
work that is done there is up to
date and on a very high level."
"The hospital's orthopedic de-
partment has developed an ex-
cellent rehabilitation department
where some dramatic and re-
markable results have been ob-
tained in rehabilitating war cas-
ualties," Dr. Bardenstein added.
Accompanying him on his trip
to Israel were his wife and four
children. Their two oldest took
part in the Histadrut-sponsored
program at Hakfar Hayarok. The
two younger children lived with
their parents on the grounds of the
Dr. Bardenstein is assistant pro-
fessor at Wayne State University's
medical school and is on the active
staff of Sinai, Grace and Children's
hospitals. He is president of the
Detroit Academy of Orthopedic
Surgery and a member of the
board of the United Hebrew Schools
and the Midrasha.
Levin, Ravitz Rated
The Civic Searchlight, in its
evaluation of candidates for office
at the primary on Sept. 9, en-
dorsed the candidacies of Council-
man Mel Ravitz for re-election
and of Carl M. Levin.
Both are rated "Preferred and
"More than 50.000 will enroll in
the ORT schools in 21 countries
during the new year now begin-
ning. the largest enrollment in al-
most 90 years of ORT's existence,"
Dr. William Haber. president of
American ORT Federation, stated
in a New Year mesage. He added:
"In part, this is a measure of
the hunger to join the new tech-
nology by acquiring its skills, and
in another part, it is an indication
of the hope to lift the standards
of life and opportunity through
education in the ORT schools. The ,
instruction provided however, must
prepare them for the occupations
emerging from the new technology,
and the schools must be renovated
"The ORT program in Israel will
open new schools, introduce new
' courses and methods of teaching
for the tens of thousands who will
become the generation that will
secure the nation's future. But
!tens of thousands of other youth
in Israel will still be waiting for
place to include them, too."
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Dr. Bardenstein was invited by
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