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November 21, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-21

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26—Friday, November 21, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Balfour Artists to Be Feted at Party

Chapel at Northville Hospital
K CEPUH R T SE
to Be Dedicated by Bic' - ur Cholem WFEUEL
$47.00

of Bicur Cholem, said that the
chapel has already done much as
a form of therapy for Jewish pa-
tients, as a place "to pray, medi-
tate and find their Jewish identity
in familiar surroundings. . . .
They're completely divorced from
the hospital when they're in the
gogue will conduct the ceremonies, chapel. It is truly a house of God."
He described the case of one
and a coffee hqur will follow.
mental patient who had been ad-
The carpeted, paneled chapel dicted to drugs. "He refused to
seats 35 - 40 patients and is avail- come into the chapel, but I finally
able for their use at any time. An
Aron Hakodesh and parohet (cur- convinced him. He actually broke
tain) await a Torah, which the down and cried. He said: 'I've
chapel 'does not have as yet.
been away too long, too long.'"
Rabbi Gruskin, who has been
chaplain at Northville since its in-

Mrs. Louis Brown, president of
Women's Bicur Cholem, announces
the dedication of the Jewish cha-
pel at Northville State Hospital 2-4
p.m. Nov. 30.
j Rabbi Solomon Gruskin, chap-
, lain at the hospital, and Cantor
Hyman Adler of Bnai David syna-

ception in 1952, conducts services

The evening before the 37th annual Balfour Concert, which takes
place 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Ford Auditorium, Dr. and Mrs. Morris
Starkman will host a champagne cocktail party at their Birmingham
home honoring Israeli conductor Yuval Zaliouk and Leonard Rose,
cellist. Looking on as Mrs. Starkman pours are Mrs. Sanford Bennett
(right) reception chairman, Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman (center), co-chair-
man of the Balfour Concert, and Mrs. I. Walter Silver. Dr. and Mrs.
Silver have just returned from a two-week trip to Israel, where they
visited one of the major projects of the Balfour Concert proceeds, the
Kfar Silver Agricultural High School in Ashkelon. Tickets are still
available by calling the ZOD office, 353-3636.

David Horodoker Group
Plans Donor Luncheon

David-Horodoker Women's Or-
ganization President Mrs. Alex
Dorshen announces that Mrs. Jack
Friedman will be toastmistress of
the 32nd annual donor luncheon to
be held noon Dec. 9 at Cong. Bnai
Moshe.
Helen Mendelson Kerwin, pian-
ist. will open the program with
song stylist Manny Holtzer and
Bernie Katz at the piano.
Proceeds will go to the needy
here and in Israel including two
orphan homes. For tickets and in-
formation, call Mrs. Sam Kreesler,
537-0117, or Mrs. Harry Schechter,
353-6694.
The group will meet 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jack
Jerome, Oak
24000
Friedman,
Park.

( adv.)

LCU'iS–S/11'der

to Be Exchanged

The members of Bicur Cholem
have participated in many hospi-
tal parties and developed a close
rapport with the patients, many
of whom have no family. The
group also helped establish the
gift shop and continues to serv-
ice it every Tuesday. They raise
funds with apron sales, a donor
luncheon and yearbook and
through rummage stores.

10 Lbs. On
Grapefruit Diet

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Rabbi Gruskin, praising the work

MISS CAROL LEWIS

Mrs. Sidney Lewis of Coolidge
Hwy., Oak Park, announces the
engagement of her daughter Carol
to Martin Snyder, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Snyder of West-
brook Ave.
Miss Lewis, daughter of the late
TEL AVIV, Israel — This is the Mr. Lewis, and her fiance are plan-
revolutionary grapefruit special ning to marry in March.

In 10 Days Lose

there each Friday morning. Pre-
viously, these services were held
in any available office or meeting
room.
With 60 - 70 Jewish patients at
various times in the hospital, Rab-
bi Gruskin felt that a chapel would
do much for their Morale. He
approached Bicur Cholem, a wom-
en's organiaztion of fewer than 100
members, which has given many
hours' volunteer service at the hos-
pital. The women agreed to raise
the funds, and under the chairman-
, ship of Mrs. Abe Bookstein, chapel
chairman, they have contributed
some $8,000 to $10,000 for the con-
version and maintenance of the
chapel. They also supply the funds
for Rabbi Gruskin to purchase
kosher products for patients who
observe kashrut.

FOR THE

BIRMINGHAM

Poale Zion Schedules
Histadrut Evening, Film

Branch 7. Poale Zion, will hold
a Histadrut evening 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the home of the Aaron
Gornbeins, 15200 Oakwood, Oak
Park. The latest -Histadrut film,
narrated by Alan King, will he
shown, and guest speaker will be

Ben Harold.

For information, call the Gorn-
beins, 547-0169.

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Thereafter lose a pound a day until
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get down to your proper weight.
Best of all, you will have no hun-j
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this diet lets you stuff yourself
with formerly "forbidden" foods;
such as steaks trimmed with fat,
roast or fried chicken, gravies,
mayonnaise or fish swimming in
butter or oil, frankfurters and
scrambled eggs and still lose
Twenty-two women completed the leadership training seminar of
weight. The secret behind this
the Women's Division of the Jewish Welfare Federation and received
"quick weight loss" diet is simple.
diplomas at a graduation tea held in the home of Mrs. Norman H.
Fat doesn't form fat and the grape-
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held annually to instruct Jewish women who have shown leadership
potential on the work being done by the local agencies of the Federa-
tion. The women toured the Jewish Community Center, Jewish Family
and Children's Service, Sinai Hospital, Borman Hall of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, Camp Tamarack, United Hebrew Schools, Jewish
Vocational Service and Community Workshop, and the downtown
office of the Federation. Receiving diplomas were (from left), stand-
ing, Mesdames James Labes, Milford Nemer, Norman Steinberg, Jack
Simon, Henry R. Winkelman, Herbert Fealk, Elaine Stein, Dellis Mar-
with, Herbert Saperstein, Murray Kling, Reuben Bergman and Burton
Ansell; seated, Mesdames Emanuel Maisel, Jerry Macy, Robert Well-
ing. Harry Portnoy, Morris Zuckman, Joel N. HMI and Michael Schu-
man. Seated on the floor are Mrs. Albert Schneider and Mrs. Seymour
Rowe.

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