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October 02, 1970 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-02

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Ort Women to Get Latest-Word on Fashions
From Designer Adele Simpson, at Fall Tea

THE DETROIT JEW= IEW/S

F,iduy, 05/abar 2, 127029

Zionists-Revisionists Will Memorialize Founder

The Zionists - Revisionists of shown.
Cantor Hyman Adler will sing,
Greater Detroit will observe a Zeev
Designer Adele Simpson will
Jabotinsky
evening, Sunday, at the accompanied by Eric Rosenow.
help Women's American ORT (Or-
Proceeds
will go to-the Jabotinsky
Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods
ga ni z a tion for Rehabilitation
commemorating the death of the Memorial Building in Israel; Stu-
through Training) climax its an-
founder of the - Revisionist move- dents will be admitted free.
MN,
nual fall membership drive with a
meat and initiator of the militant
dessert luncheon and fashion show
eology of Jewish statehood. Re-
Lowest Rentals
noon Oct. 13 at Cong. Shaarey
freshments will be served at 6:30.
with purchase option'
Zedek.
Guest speaker will be Dr, Mar-
BEST SERVICE
This year, ORT will break ground
vin Feinstein, member of the na-
for a school of engineering in Is-
tional executive of the /Zionists-Re-
et u crY Result:1g
b ;or facl
rael, to provide the needed level of
visionists, who will cover the pres-
ADOe-TYPE SHOPS, INC.
training that falls between that of
ent situation in Israel. A new full- 342-7800
680-3030
the skilled technician and that of
length Israeli movie also will be
the registered engineer. Mrs. Ber-
nard W. Colton, Michigan Region
president, said "This' will prove
vital to the economy of Israel, and
ORT is proud that they will have
the first facility of this kind in
Israel."
Mrs. Morris Fruchtman of Tole-
do, national chairman of this ORT
A model wearing an Adele Simpeoet dress and coat gets an
school to be built at the Hebrew appreciative look from (from left) .Mesdames David liirsc.h, vice
University, will be special guest president of expansion; Hyman Jackson, re-enrollment; and Mrs.
Complete Selection inc'uding the Fineit 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry
for the "Fall ORT Happening." - Martin Zeldes, membership vice president and chairman of the day.
Sao Morris or Joel Watnick
Wife of a New York financier, O
Adele Simpson was launched into
her career at 17 as a designer on
Seventh Avenue, while completing
her fashion education at night at
1.- 1NE JEWEI,f;}
i i. !l •
the Pratt Institute of Design. By
644-7626
Thurs. Cr Fri. to 9 p.m.
283 Hamilton
United Community Services of the UCS Central Volunteer
21, she was one of the highest paid
Birmingham Hear Dernerv'S
designers in New York, and it Metropolitan Detroit has agreed to Bureau's administrative council,
didn't take her long to move from join initially with similar organiza- will continue to head the 24-mem-
head designer to partner to presi- tions in 30 cities in developing a ber council in guiding the opera-
dent of today's Adele Simpson, metropolitan center for volunteers tion of the new Volunteer Action
as a tie-in with the National Center Center.
Inc.
for Voluntary Action.
Two professionals and three
HeIPPY M W Misr
The Michigan Region is in the
UCS announced that its Central volunteers, imitating Mrs. James
midst of an intensive member-
H.
Wineman,
attended,
a
special
ship drive, being directed by Volunteer Bureau has been renam-
Mrs. Martin Zeldes, region vice ed "Volunteer Action Center of conference of the National Center
president in charge of member- Metropolitan Detroit," adopting for Voluntary. Aetkas, Sept. 23-26
ship. All new members and their the national standardized name. In Atlanta.-
The move to piovide the Metro-
sponsors will be guests of ORT It also has been' redirected to
for the afternoon. There will be maximize opportunities for po- politan Detroit community with
an admission charge for all tential volunteer manpower in the the Volunteer Action Center is in
line with the current UCS reorgani-
metropolitan area.
others.
The National Center for Vol- zation. ,
ORT is a worldwide system of
vocational schools designed to help tary Action, created at the request
DICK STEIN
build and rebuild human lives by of President Nixon, has been head-
teaching modern skills. It main- ed by two prominent Detroit in-
tains more than 600 vocational dustrialists. Max Fisher was its
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
mothproofing. Fick up carpeting a relay elsewhere. Celebrating 211Ith year
training centers, schools and work- first chairman, and it is currently
Expert cleaning wall fe wall carpets & furniture In your home. Free
shops in 22 countries in five con- chaired by Henry Ford IL
THE
JEEP
SMITH
ORCHESTRA
BENNIE or SAM — PHONE 352-9420
tinents.
The intent of the National Center
LI 7-2770
Assisting Mrs. Zeldes will be the for Voluntary Action has been to
section chairmen in charge of develop local centers where indi-
membership for the Michigan Re- viduals and organizations might
gion: Mesdames Sheldon Weisberg, volunteer and through which op-
Daniel Haron, Jack Diamond and portunities for volunteer service
Seymour Rubenstein.
might be created.
Women interested in member-
In doing this, the National
ship or in tickets for the fashion Center has sought the help of
show may call the ORT office, the United Way to work out a
352-0585.
tie-in with local communitleb.
Thus, Detroit's UCS and some
other major cities currently
funding volunteer bureaus have
agreed to redirect their bureaus
as Volunteer Action Centers.
The functions of I.TCS's new ybi-
unteer Action Center will be:
To Identify areas of need for. in-
volvement ' of volunteer citizen
manpower and social welfare pro-
grams throughout the tri-county
area;
To help agencies create, main-
tain or expand programs to use
volunteers in new and innovative
ways;
To coordinate the efforts of or-
ganizations engaged in the direct
placement of volunteers in the
metropolitan area.
Recently, local representatives of
26-:service clubs and national or-
ganizations, as well as representa-
tives of public agencies pledged
their cooperation to the new UCS
program.
MS. LAURENCE WINOKUR
John E. Wavrick Jr., chairman of
Rita Louise Leventen became the
The-smooth, sleek gentility of calfskin is at its best in Town &
bride of Laurence E. Winokur in a
Country shoes. From our collection is this smart up-front -pump
recent ceremony at Cong. Bnai 2 Locld Doctors Head
David.
with - a touch-of-jewelry in navy, calf, spice calf and black calf.
-
Mrs. Winokur is the daughter of State Podiatry Group
Dr. Mathew Borovoy, chief of
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Z. Leventen
of Ardmore Ave. The bridegroom podiatry at Harper Hospital and
is the son of Mrs. Barbara L. founder of the Michigan Foot
Winokur of Charlton Sq., South- Health Foundation, was elected
field, and the late Dr. William president of the idichigan State
Podiatry Association- at its 55th
Winokur.
BLOOMFIELD COMMONS •
NEW ORLEANS MALI
Attendants were the bride's sis- annual conference at the Grand
ter, Marilyn Zee Levantine and Hotel, Mackinac Island.
3627 W. Maple Road
15600
W.
10
Mile
Road
Installed with Dr. Borovoy were
Ronald Winokur, brother of the
Birmingham
Detroiters Frederick Bernstein,
Southfield
bridegroom.
The newlyweds are residing in president elect; Newton E. Karp,
' Phone: 647-5622
`Phoise: 353-7272
Ann Arbor while attendhig the secretary-treasurer; and Earl G.
Kaplan and Dr. A. G. Kadin.
University of Michigan.
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS

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A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION

United Community Services Creates
Metropolitan Center for Volunteers

lzrzn rimed ruv,

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THE' BOOTERY PRESENTS

Winokur Wedding Held
at Cong. Bnai David

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TOWN & COUNTRY CALFSKIN
GLID E S SMOOTHLY INTO FALL

THE BOOTERY

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