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September 26, 1969 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-09-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20—Friday, September 26, 1969

I

ORT Drive Will Close on A Fashion Note

Maxi-fur, worn by a model, is admired by (from left) Mrs. Ber-
nard W. Colton, ORT Michigan Region president; Mrs. Paul Borman,
chairman of the ORT executive committee; and Mrs. Gerald Stein.
vice president of membership. ORT will sponsor a petite luncheon
and fashion show, cliinaxing its fall membership drive, noon Oct. 7
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

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Women's American ORT (Organ-
iaztion for Rehabilitation Through!
Training) will climax its annual
fall membership drive with a pe-
tite luncheon and fashion show
noon Oct. 7 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
"Fashion Internationale," a pre
view of fall and winter styles, will
be presented with commentary by
Madelyn Coe, J. L. Hudson Co.
fashion director.
Mrs. David Goldring, chairman
of the national executive commit
tee of Women's American ORT,
who has just returned from an
overseas tour of ORT schools, will
relate her observations and experi-
ences.
In support of the ORT program
for GO() educational installations
in 22 countries; the Michigan Re-
gion is in the midst of an intense
membership drive. Mrs. Bernard

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W. Colton, Michigan Region pres-
ident, said honored guests of this
afternoon will be all new mem-
bers and their sponsors. There is
an admission fee for all others.
Mrs. Gerald Stein, vice president
of membership, is chairman of the
luncheon-fashion show. Assisting
her are Mesdames Max Beal, Ben
Brant and Hyman Jackson. Hos-
tesses are chapter membership
chairmen, Mesdames Bruce Ser-
win, Leo Berlin, Ben Briskin, Ellis
Roth, Andrew Friedman, Arthur
Breitman, Alfred Deutsch. Bruce
Colton, Robert Binder. Stuart Gold-
stein, Richard Goldstein, Daniel
llaron, Ralph Shook. Irwin Eisen-
feld, Marion Moyer, Sheldon Weis-
berg, Bernard Allaun, Gilbert Plot-
nick, Sam Goldfarb, Earl Ruby,
Fred Goren, Ernest Weiss, Wil-
liam Sable. Louis Viedrah, Robert
Shawn and harry Clark.
Preceding the program, guests
are invited to shop and browse at
the many chapter boutiques that
will he displaying merchandise.

Hillel to Offer New Class
for Students with Limited
Hebrew Knowledge

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Bessie Shea; Beth Shalom, Mrs.
Robert F. Morris; Bnai David,
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Henry Roth and Mrs. Bernard
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lieb; Young Israel of Oak-Woods
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Zedek, Mrs. Marvin Fleishman.
Additional members of the com-
mittee who participate in this pro-
gram are Mesdames Oscar Bank,
Louis Barden, Gertrude Forman,
Leonard Cahan, Julius Harwood,
Norman Schkloven, Benjamin E.
Jaffe and Harry Roth.

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Personalised to Suit Your Party

MISS ,MARION WEIS
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weis of Tri-
nity Ave., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Marion to
Paul Rubin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rosett of Appleton Ave. and
the late Mr. Alexander Rubin. -
Miss Weis attends Wayne State
University where she is majoring
in history, Mr. Rubin also attends
Wayne and is an economics and
sociology major.
A Dec. 21 wedding is planned.

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LAMPS & SHADES

Nursing Home Residents to Join
in Celebration of Sukkot Festival

Rabbi and Mrs. Israel M. Gold-
man of Baltimore announced the
For the third consecutive year,
engagement of their daughter the Jewish Family and Children's
Tobie Judith to Robert Aaron Le- S e r v i c e announces that JFCS
vine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and the Lubavitch Youth Organ-'
Lester Levine of Waterville, Me.
ization will bring the festival of
Miss Goldman is a 1968 gradu-
Sukkot to Jewish residents of pri-
ate of Wheelock College in Bos- vate nursing homes.
with the decree of BSEd.
The number of homes serviced
Mr. Levine graduated from Yale
University with the degree of BA by the Nursing Home Volunteer
Project
of JFCS has grown to 13,
1965
and
summa cum laude. in
was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in in which over 250 aged Jews re-
his junior year. Ile will graduate side, said Arnold Faudman, JFCS
next June from Harvard Medical president. In addition, there are 14
School. Rabbi Goldman, of Chi- homes which have six or fewer
zuk Amuno Con ..:regation, Balti- Jewish residents and are serviced
more. was founding rabbi of Tem- by JFCS in cooperation with the
ple Emanu - El. Providence – R.I. He Vaad Harabonim, Council of Orth-
is a former national president of odox Rabbis.
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
Mrs. Max Biber, chairman of
ica. The wedding date has been the volunteer project's program
'set for Dec. 29.
committee, reports that the visits
will take place next week with the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller of
cooperation of 12 area sisterhoods.
Arlington Dr., Southfield. announce Some 75 women will assist with
the engagement of their daughter
this program, and refreshments
Ann Elizabeth to Robert Ian Cohen,
will be provided by their respec-
son of Mrs. Samuel Chavkin of
tive
sisterhoods.
Wildemere Ave., and the late Mr.
Rabbi Berel Sheintov of the
Bernard Cohen. Miss Miller is a
senior in the college of education Lubavitch Youth Center will pro-
at Eastern Michigan University. vide the Sukkamobile, a trailer-
Mr. Cohen, a senior at Oakland mounted Sukka pulled by a car.
Every able Jewish resident will
University, also attended the Uni-
be brought to the sukkamobile,
versity of Wisconsin, and is affi-
parked adjacent to the home,
liated with Pi Lambda Phi Frater-
where he will have the oppor-
nity. A June 18 wedding is planned.
tunity to recite the blessing over
the lulov and etrog and to eat
refreshments. Bedridden patients
will be visited by a .rabbi and
a volunteer.
Participating sisterhoods and
their representatives to the JFCS
nursing home volunteer project
committee are:
Beth Abraham Sisterhood, Mrs.
Oscar Bank; Beth Achim, Mrs.

A new class for students with
limited Hebrew educational back-
ground has opened at lintel Day
School, it was announced by Rabbi
Simon Murciano, headmaster.
Students accepted into this non-
graded program were integrated
with other Hillel students in their
general studies. but have been
placed in a special class in He-
brew studies at the level of the
newly enrolled students.
M & Ms to Frolic
Jewish single adults from Cleve-
Limited registration is still open
for this class. For 'information, land, Toledo and Windsor have
call the Hillel Day School office, been invited to the "Fall Frolic" :
scheduled by the M&Ms for 9
548-8224.
p.m. Sunday at the Holiday Inn,'
W. Eight Mile and Meyers Rds
. Hillel PTO Sets Meeting • Fred Sheyer and his orchestra
The Hillel Day School Parent will provide dance music for the
Teachers Organization will meet event, to which all Jewish singles
8 p.m. Tuesday in the social hall age 25-40 are invited.
of Cong. Moshe.
To know just what has to be
done, then to do it, comprises the
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whole philosophy of practical life.
—Sir William Osier.

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