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August 21, 1970 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, August 21, 1970

Red Cross Invites
Registered Nurses
for Volunteer Work

Lawrence.z4ugust Takes
Wife, Marcia L. Sayers

Registered nurses, either active
or retired, considering volunteer
work, may be interested in serv-
ing through the Red Cross nursing
services program.
, The Southeastern Michigan Chap-
ter, American Red Cross, is in
need of registered nurses to teach
home nursing and mother and
baby care classes.
Basic nursing skills, including
taking a patient's temperature,
pulse and respiration, are taught
to people interested in learning
to care for the injured, ill or hand-
MRS. LAWRENCE AUGUST
icapped at home.
Mother and baby care classes
Marcia Lynn Sayers became the
include instruction in prenatal, bride of Lawrence Neil August Sun-
childbirth and infant care for ex- day afternoon at Kingsley Inn,
pectant parents.
with Rabbi M. Robert Syme offi-
ciating.
People wish to be settled; only
The couple's parents are Mr. and
as far as they are unsettled, is
there any hope for them.—Ralph Mrs. Donald Sayers of Blissfield,
Mich., and Dr. and Mrs. Alvin
Waldo Emerson.
August of Stonewood Ct., Farming-
ton.
Have An Affair to Remember
The bride wore an Empire-line
peas de soie gown with a cathe-
dral train and Alencon lace over-
And Orchestra
laying the bodice and bell
sleeves. Her headpiece of match-
KE 4-5980
ing lace and pearls, in leaf de-
sign, held an elbow-length veil
of English illusion. She carried
a nosegay of roses, with carna-
tions, Stephanotis and an orchid.
Maid of honor was Ann Roller,
and bridesmaids were Mrs. Perry
Krauss, sister of the bridegroom,
Lorraine Podsaid and Judy Slinger-
land.
Dr. Stephen August served his
brother as best man, and Perry
Krauss was an usher, along with
Ronald Sayers, brother of the
22128 COOLIDGE
bride, and Gene Naftulin.
(A&P Center)
The couple honeymooned in
399-6766
Florida.

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Bowling Leagues
Set Dinner, Talk

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Bowling Association will host
the presidents and secretaries of
its 18th affiliates at its annual
dinner-seminar to be held 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Holiday Inn in
Southfield.
Gary Alter, executive secretary
of the Detroit Bnai Brith Council,
will be guest speaker. Alfred
Brook, first vice president of the
National Bnai Brith Bowling Asso-
ciation, will chair the seminar.
Recently elected officers of the
local association are president,
Nate Smitheimer; vice presidents,
Larry Kopel, Paul Gross and Ivan
Edelstein; secretary, Mark Klin-
ger; and treasurer, Leonard Broz-
gold.
The 18 affiliated leagues are Pis-
gah, Zeiger, Bloch, Morgenthau,
Israel, Marshall, Keidan, Down-
town-Fox, T u c k e r, Zager-Stone,
Classic, Cosmo, Detroit, Einstein,
Livonia, Brandeis, Tikvah and
L'Hayim.

• * •

Rabbi to Direct Hillel
at 3 Aussie Colleges

WASHINGTON — Rabbi Mattis
Kantor, former principal of the
Hebrew Academy in Norfolk, Va.,
has been named director of the
Bnai Brith Hillel foundation at the
University of Sydney, the Univer-
sity of New South Wales and Mac-
quarie University in Sydney, Aus-
tralia.
His appointment, effective with
the fall term, was announced by
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, national
director of Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations. The Jewish campus move-
ment provides religious, cultural
and counseling services for Jewish
students and faculty at 280 univer-
sities.
Rabbi Kantor, 27, replaces Dr.
Alan Crown, senior lecturer in the
department of religion at the Uni-
versity of Sydney, who has been
acting director of the Hillel pro-
gram since 1964.

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Richard M. Perlman

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The wedding has been set for
August 1971-

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