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July 24, 1970 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-24

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Beth El Braille Classes
Teach Transcription

Braille classes are being formed
by Temple Beth El to teach women
the transcription of reading. mat-
ter into "dots," or Braille, for the
blind. Classes are open to all
women.
All material—paper, transcribing
machines, books and instruction—
are furnished at no charge. Les-
sons are held once a week at
various locations.
For information, call Natalie
Lankin, 626-3377.

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by Licensed Massage Therapists

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Members Michigan Chapter,
American Massage & Therapy
Association

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Swider-
ski of Rochester Rd., Troy, an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Dr. Kathleen Louise, to
Dr. Joel J. Smiler, son of Mr. and
Mrs. - Leonard Smiler of Camden
Sq., Southfield.
Miss Swiderski was graduated in
June from Michigan State Univer-
sity's college of veterinary medi-
cine. Her fiance is a 1969 gradu-
at of the same college.
A September wedding is plan-
ned.

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Onai

Brith

ORT Honors Self-Help Group

Activities

Alvin W. Bush
and Mrs. Irma
LOUIS MARSHALL LODGE re
Craft,
founders of
cently installed Kenneth C. Laker
the Career Devel-
as 36th president at a dinner-danct
Center,
opment
installation. Laker, 24, the younges
accept an in-
president the lodge has elected
scribed
plaque
was installed into office by hi
from Region
father, James N. Laker, who
President
Mrs.
served as president in 1949-50. He
Bernard Colton
also was president of Metropolitan
on behalf of
Detroit Bnai Brith Council in 195n-
Women's Ameri-
51. The following officers also were
can ORT.The
installed: Nathan Knoppow, Wil-
center was hon-
liam Olson and Harry Kaufman.
cred for its serv-
vice presidents; Carl Pearl, treas-
ice to the com-
urer; Max Schiff and Isadore Gold-
munity in voca-
farb, secretaries; Steven Rader.
tional education.
guardian; Frank Van Loon, war-
den; and Joseph Feldman, junior
past president, as chaplain. Trus-
For the first time, the Michigan years so as to enable Women's
tees installed were Harry Bodzin,
ORT American ORT to carry on its
chairman; Max Kushner, Harry Region of Women's American
elected to honor a community goals.
Koltonow, Ben Pasman Edward I.
ORT is a nongovernmental voca-
philosophies
and
Sehlussel, Jack M. Tarnow and group whose goals
tional training program that teaches
Richard Lewis. Max Kushner, past closely follow those of Women's
over
'70 modern skills in 22 coun-
annual
ORT. At ORT'S
president, acted as installing nf- American
ficer for all of the other officers, honor roll luncheon, the Career tries.
The
founders of the Career
"dent Development Center was recipient
and startL.
Development Center, Alvin W.
of what will now become an annual
was chairman of the evening.
Bush
and
Mrs. Irma Craft, were
award.
presented with a plaque in-
The annual u
scribed: "In recognition of your
Jewish Student Group
members of the organization who
have contributed most generausil outstanding service to the com-
on Boston Federation
munity in vocational education."
of time and funds throughout the
They were also presented with a
NEW YORK (JTA) — The Con-
check which will make the Michi-
cerned Jewish Students of Greater
gan Region a supporting member
Boston has managed to get student
of the Career Development Cen-
representation on almost all com-
g ? .:1 ter
Man
CooLin
(
-
mittees of the Combined Jewish
.... .......
The center is a private, non-
Philanthropies, and students now
By
profit, vocational school that trains
comprise at least 10 per cent of all
and retains men and women who
CJP committees, according to a
Ruth
are unemployed or under-employed'
report in Network, the publication
Based on the principle of "self-
of the World Union of Jewish Stu-
Sirkis
help," as is Women's American
dents.
ORT,
its board of trustees is corn-
Reporting that there were also
posed of business and profesional
(Copyright
student representatives on the CJP
1970,
men, representatives from some of
board of trustees, the publication
]TA, Inc.)
Detroit's major industries, clergy-
added that the Concerned Jewish
men and local citizens.
Students had been invited to par-
An "Ice Cream" Drink for the
President of Michigan Region
ticipate in Boston's Jewish Com-
Dieter
is Mrs. Bernard W. Colton, and
munity Council.
If we want to fit into our bathing honor roll vice-president, Mrs. Sul
The student group also has taken
a major role in publicizing the suits of last year, we have to do Garber.
needs of various local Jewish day something about it. We have to
give up the ice creams and other
schools for funding.
.
The report stated that the student treats during the summer months
because
of the thick soups, potatoes
group had obtained an interim
allocation "of up to $12,000" for and bread we consumed during the
summer projects from the CJP and winter season.
Here you will find a recipe for
had almost completed negotiations
for establishment of a Greater a satisfying cold drink which will
remind
you of the "forbidden"
Boston Jewish Students Project
Agency to serve as a source er milk-shake, but will have less
funds for Jewish youth programs, calories.
Six "ice cubes" made of milk
"especially innovative ones,"
One-third cup milk
lacking funds.
One cup of fresh fruit puree

Chernv-Silver Nuptials
Held at Beth Moses

Dab's Country Kitchen
Sherri's
Ehos Drug Company
Fabulous Star Bakery
Bud Rollins Shoes
Thgfiootery
Pidcwick Shop
Bobs Hair Fashions
Rigsby Shoe Service
Alds Barber Shop
Room At The Bottom

Artificial

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ternating with the fruit puree. Car-
nish with fruit.
1
Fruit Puree: Put the fruit in the
. blender (strawberries, peaches) and
whip till you have a thick puree.

Alichiganders Leave
for Israel Conference

Wishbone i
I
ITALIAN
DRESSING

long or short

99` a.

sweetener to taste

tsp. vanilla extract
Needy mothers and their chit. One
your emilk initc o ice cube tray. When
riven share the joys of nature each 1'
z. Put sr:::.. e ;-„,r7b:anbleunSdee-t.. add
summer at Bay Court Camp,
;.
the milk, sweetener and vanilla. Whip
Torch
Drive service for
sponsored
b y .
together
about
34 minutes.
the District Nursing Society.
3. Pour the drink into a tall glass, al-

gREENFIELd ANd TEN MILE

Ww•o"..aw".
Extra Super Special

Friday, July 24, 1970-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Kathleen Swiderski
Engaged to Dr. Smiler

NEW YORK, N.Y. — Thirty-four
Jewish leaders from communities
throughout the U.S. have left for
Israel as participants in a Jewish
leadership tour and seminar, it was
announced by Rabbi Israel Miller,
president of the American Zionist
Federation, which is the sponsor of
the seminar.
Participants from Michigan are
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Batas of
Mount Clemens and Rabbi Mervin
Tomsky of Ann Arbor.
Purpose of the seminar is to
train American Jewish leaders to
impart to the American people
upon their return a better under-
.tanding of Israel, its accomplish-
ments, its problems and its quest
n- a permanent peace.

Center Singles Set Date
for Trip to Grand Bend

MRS, SEYMOUR CHERNY

Karen Elene Silver became the
wife of Seymour Cherny at a cere-
mony solemnized by Rabbi A.
Irving Schnipper and Cantor Sho-
lom Kalib at Cong. Beth Moses.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Silver of Suther-
land Dr., Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Sigmond Cherny of Scotia
Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown of silk
peau de sole with hand-beaded clus-
ters of pearls on Chantilly lace.
She carried a bouquet of roses and
stephanotis.
Mrs. Phyllis Landsman, sister
of the bride, served as matron
of honor. The bride's other sister,
Mrs. Maureen Maier, was a
bridesmaid, as were Mrs. Lois
Ciller, Lesley Tanenhans and
Sheila Fantich. Junior brides.

maid was Sandy Cherny, sister

of the bridegroom, and flower.
girls were Terri Cherny and
Single Adults of the Jewish Cen-
Vicki Maier.
ter will travel to Grand Bend Sun-
The brother of the bridegroom,
-lay. They will meet at the main
Harold Cherny, was best man.
lo , d1ding at 10:30 a.m.
A trip to Meadow Brook is plan- Ushers were Alan Maier, Mel Git-
wad for Aug. 2. The group will ler, John Titsworth and Al Kaplan.
The couple will live in Royal Oak.
leave the main building at 3 p.m.

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