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May 22, 1970 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-22

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Bal Carnival to Be ORT's Theme

Decorations for
the annual ORT
Imperial Ball get
a once-over from
Mesdames Bar-
bara Travis (left),
chairman of the
ball, Jack Rubin
.(seated), execu-
tive chairman of
the souvenir jour-
nal and "MOT"
(maintenance ORT
training); and
Harvey Berman,
regional public re-
lations director.
The ball is to be
held May 31 at
the Raleigh House.



The annual ORT Imperial Ball
has a new look for the '70's — a
Bal Carnival, to be held at the
Raleigh House 6:30 p.m. May 31.
The carnival, which begins with
cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, will
feature a midway of adult games
(including a kissing booth) and
prizes. Surprise guests will help
with the awarding of prizes such
as 10 shares of blue chip stock, a
three-piece set of luggage, a por-
table TV set, a week-end for two
in Las Vegas and a $100 Israel
Bond.
The guests will proceed to a
gourmet sit-down dinner with
"Woman" as the theme for the
tables. Music for dining and
dancing will be provided by the
Blue Notes, while Craig Stine
and his group will provide music
for the carnival hour as well as
periodically through the evening.
Ball chairman Mrs. Barbara
Travis is assisted by a committee
including Mesdames Harvey Ber-
man, Bern a rd Isenberg, Saul
Chudnow, Thomas Fromm, Man-
ual Rotenberg, Gerald Rosenthal,
Arthur Thorner, Marvin Victor,
Ann Kobacker and Jack Perlmut-
ter.
Also, Mesdames Sheldon Gilbert,

Suzanne WolffPrepares

for a July Wedding

Wilfred Katz, H. Goodman, Abe
Levine, Sidney Chodun, Robert
Kahn, Seymour Roberts, William
Katz, Lewis Randell, Daniel Allen,
David Kirsch, Robert Wallach, Jo-
seph Reifman, Wallace Tonkin,
Irving Markel, Alvin Rappaport,
Earl Weingarden, Allan Wilson,
Charles Feinman and Sidney
Siegel.
A highlight of the evening will
be the distribution of ORT's sou-
venir journal, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Jack Rubin.
Proceeds from the journal help
maintain the job training schools
of ORT, largest vocational training
agency for the Jewish people in
the world. This year the mainte-
nance ORT training funds will be
directed to the Montreuil School of
France.

MISS SUZANNE WOLFF

JNF of Windsor
to Co-sponsor Fete
for Israel's Day

The Jewish National Fund Coun-
cil of Windsor and the Jewish
Community Council will celebrate
the 22nd anniversary of Israel's
independence 8:30 p.m : - Sunday at
the Jewish Center. There will be
refreshments.

The third metropolitan Detroit
pilgrimage and study mission to
Israel has been announced by Da-
vid P. Zack, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund.
The 18-day excursion, limited to
40 persons, is scheduled to depart
Detroit July 13 and includes a
three-day visit to London. Trans-
portation will be via jet direct
from Detroit to Lod Airport in
Tel Aviv.
The Jewish National Fund is
Israel's land developer, and JNF
representatives will personally con-
duct tours to JNF-prepared frontier
settlements and various out-of-the-
way projects.
The agenda includes holy places,
bazaars and other typical points of
interest in Israel. Cost of the trip
includes transportation, deluxe ac-
comodations, most meals and ex-
tensive sigthseeing.
For reservations, contact the
Jewish National Fund drive, 22100
Greenfield, Oak Park, 399-0820.

Friday, May 22, 1970-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT PHILOSOPHI-
CAL SOCIETY will meet for a
dinner and lecture 6:30 p.m. at
Botsford Inn. The lecture will be
at 8 p.m. Prof. John G. Gill, pro-
fessor of philosophy at Central
Michigan University, will speak
on "Can Man Be Free?" Prof.
Gill holds a B.A. degree from the
University of Wisconsin, bachelor
of divinity degree from Union

Theological Seminary and a PhD
from Harvard University.
• • •
HENRY K. MARTIN PRODUC-
TIONS will hold auditions for sum-
mer employment 2:30-5 p.m. Sat-
urday at The Environment, 28875
Northwestern, Southfield. The eco-
logically-rooted revue is seeking
actors, actresses, and singers with
a satirical strain. For information
call Martin, 647-7594.

GREEN-8 CENTER
Greenfield/West 8 Mile Rd.

BLOOMFIELD COMMONS
Maple/Lahser Roads

Both Shops Open Sunday
12 Noon to 5 P.M.

`French Jews Not Muzzled'

PARIS (ZINS)—Reports by Is-
raeli correspondents alleging that
the French government is muzzling
Jewish army officers and other
government officials, especially in
the intelligence branches, were
sharply challenged by Leon Lene-
man, editor of the local Zionist
paper Neue Stimme and corres-
pondent for the New York Yiddish
Daily Forward.
Leneman insists the French gov-
ernment and its agencies have
done absolutely nothing to limit the
freedom of the Jewish community
City of Hope Group
to carry on a political struggle in
of Israel, and French Jews
to Hold Games Party behalf
are quite vocal in expressing their
Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Group, City solidarity with the state of Israel.
of Hope, will give a night of games
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the De-
A BEAUTIFUL
troit Federation of Musicians Hall,
19161 Schaefer.
All proceeds from this affair go
to the City of Hope Hospital In
AND
Duarte, Calif., a pilot research
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ladies.—Mark Twain.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolff of
Secluded Ln., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Suzanne Elaine to Harold Robert
Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
M. Leach, of Deep Run Rd., Bir-
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to Israel Slated

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