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November 28, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-28

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Efforts are being intensified by
Detroit Council of Pioneer Women
to reach its goal of 570,000 by noon
Dec. 10, when the annual donor
luncheon will take
place at Raleigh
House.
Chairman of the
event. Mrs. Sam
Fishman, past
president of De-
troit Council. an-
nounces that Mrs.
-lack Zackler, na-
tional president
of Pioneer Worn-
Mrs. Fishman en. will be fea-
tured speaker. In addition. folk
and concert singer. "Sima. - ac-
companied by her composer-con-
du•tor husband. Arnold Miller. sill
sing songs of many lands.
Funds raised from this annual

IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI

campaign help maintain more than
half the social services to women.
youth and children in Israel, co-
ordinated through Pioneer Wom-
en's sister organiaztion, Moetzet
Hapoalot (Working Women's Fed-
eration).
Two new projects nearing com-
pletion are a women's training
school for jewelry and batik de-
sign, lace work, doll and puppet
making: and a community center
in Haifa, the first of its kind in
training optical and medical
technicians. Scholarships for the
latter are $300 per student, and
it is hoped to fill the school' full
quota of trainees.
Spearheading the campaign, in
addition to Mrs. Fishman. are vice
chairmen of funds Mesdames Sam
Wasserman and Moe Saslov: bul-
letin editor, Mrs. Moe Saslove:
bulletin chairmen. Mrs, Saul Rose
and Mrs. Alvin Gale: Moetze,t
Hapoalot chairman. Mrs. Max
Kanarek: darling chairman. Mrs.
Sol Holier ma n: arrangements,
Mrs. Sam Wasserman and Mrs.
Norman Leemon: Yiddish publi-
city. Mrs. David Sislin: and public
relations. Mrs. Richard B. Kramer.
President of Detroit Council is
Mrs. Aaron Katzman.

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MISS SANDRA FULLER

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fuller of
Adrian Ave., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sandra to Mark Loren Gantz. son
of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Gantt
of Church Ave.. Oak Park.
Miss Fuller is a senior in the
college of education at Wayne
State Unuiversity. Her fiance. a
WSU graduate, attends law school
there and is affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Rho, professional legal
fraternity.
A June wedding is planned.

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Mara Beth Soskin. daughter of
the Kal Soskins of Capitol Dr.,
Southfield. became Mrs. Steven
Ross in a recent ceremony at Tem-
ple Israel, with Rabbis Leon Frani
and M. Robert Syme officiating.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Sydell Ross of Greenfield
Ave., Southfield, and Dr. Ben C.
Ross of Detroit.
The bride chose a Victorian
gown with seed pearls enhancing
the Alencon lace yoke, long cuffs
of leg-o-mutton sleeves, train
and border of the gown. She car-
ried her confirmation Bible cov-
ered with Stephanotis, statis, roses
and ivy.
Debra Sue Soskin, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor: and
Julie Soskin, another sister, was
junior bridesmaid. Attendants
were Sandra Peitz, Cathleen
Brooks, Paula Ravin, Robin Kra-
mer and Linda Serman.
Barry Ross, brother of the bride-
groom, was best man. Ushers
were Jeffrey Serman, Jerry Hal-
berg, Barry Peitz, William Ser-
man, Marshall Soskin and Dennis
Brooks.
The couple took a honeymoon
trip to New York and Spain.

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has postponed until further notice
its dedication of the Jewish cha-
pel at Northville State Hospital,
originally scheduled for this Sun-
day. The postponement is due to
the death Saturday night of Rabbi
Solomon Gruskin's mother, Mrs.
Julia Spiegel. Rabbi Gruskin is
chaplain at Northville.

Mrs. Herman Roth, president of
Michigan Branch, National Wom-
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MRS. STEVEN ROSS

The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Jacob, Pontiac, was honored by
the National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods at the recent biennial
convention at the Hilton-Plaza
Hotel, Miami Beach.
The Pontiac sisterhood was pre-
sented with a national award for
the largest total contribution to the
YES (Youth, Education, Sister-
hood) Fund for 1967-1969 in mem-
bership classification. The sister-
hood also received a silver trophy
for having taken first place for six
consecutive years in that cate-
gory. Temple Beth Jacob was the
only sisterhood honored nationally
in this category.
Mrs. M. Kenneth Dickstein, sis-
terhood president, accepted the
awards on behalf of the Pontiac
organization.
Attending the four-day sessions,
held in conjunction with the bien-
nial of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, were Temple
Beth Jacob delegates Rabbi and
Mrs. H. Philip Berkowitz, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Dickstein, Dr. and
Mrs. M. Kenneth Dickstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Steinman and Mr.
and Mrs. David Stulberg.


• •
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Michigan Branch to Fete •
Torah Fund Contributors •„

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Beth Jacob Women Death of Rabbi's Mother
Results in Postponement
Win National Honor of Chapel Dedication



Pioneer Women Spurs Efforts for $70,000
Target by Dec. 10 Donor Luncheon

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yet so
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, November 28, 1969

Mr. and Mrs. Miller

E. Roycourt, Huntington
Woods, in advance of the tribute
dinner honoring Leonard N. Sim-
: ons.
The reception, on behalf of Tem-
! ple Beth El, will be addressed by
Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, expert on the
Middle East.
The dinner is sponsored by the ,

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