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April 23, 1971 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-23

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1—Friday, April 23, 1971

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Climaxes Another Year of Service

.herub Ball to Aid Needy Infants

or 37 years, Infants Service
nip has been dedicated to rais-
, , funds for the children of indi-
) t families, from infancy through
five. Through the case chair-
s of many years, Mrs. Samuel
- ;, the group buys and distrib-
infant clothing, bedding, fur-
e, food and other necessary
._ ._,,Jies to mothers of needy pre-
school children.
Among its contributions to many
charities, Infants Service Group
has purchased and equipped two
kidney machines for Children's
Hospital and contributed more
than $50,000 to the Detroit Associa-
tion for Refntled Children.
To assist ,inother of its priority
projects, the„ Penrickton Nursery
for 0-':*-1'.;.2.1ally Handicaped Children
he organization hopes to realize

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record proceeds from its annual
fund -raising dinner - dance, t h e
Cherub Ball, 6:30 p.m. May 2 at
the Latin Quarter.
Under the auspices of President
Mrs. Nathan Peiss, the evening is
being planned with entertainment
under the chair
manship of Mrs.
David Riseman.
The affair is
op en to non-
members, a n d
reservations can
be made by call-
ing the dinner-
dance chairman,
Mrs. Manuel
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Shapiro, 358- bv **:,
Mrs. Peiss
5865; or reserva-
tion chairman, Mrs. Sidney Silver-
man, 353-6284.
The Penrickton Nursery for Vis-
ually Handicaped Children pre-
pares youngsters to enter the
Michigan School for the Blind in
Lansing.
To enter a state-run school, a
blind child must be able to carry
on a conversation, feed and dress
himself, walk unassisted and be
toilet trained. The nursery trains
the children to meet these require-
ments, a difficult task when a
child has been blind from birth.
When Infants .Service Group
first became aware of the Pen-
rickton Nursery in 1955, it was
still in its infancy _as a nonsec-
tarian and nonprofit school. The
ISG's association began with a
building fund donation, and in
the next few years the group
contributed close to $10,000 for a
permanent dwelling.
The present school opened in
1956, at 26530 Eureka, Taylor, and
a year later, the residential por-
tion was opened. To date, Infants
Service G r o u p has contributed
$44,800 toward its support.
Donald Cardinal, director of edu-
cation of the nursery, finds that
the need for enlarging facilities is
crucial and is asking for more
financial help to enable the nurs-
ery to handle more children.

Women s World Plans Spinning to a 'Close

Final plans are being readied
for Tuesday evening's opening of
"Women's World 1971" sponsored
by Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood at
the synagogue.
All programs and shopper's mall
items will be Israeli, in tune with
this year's theme, "Israel Comes
to Women's World."
The event will get under way
with an 8 p.m. performance by
the Ayalons, comedy quartet. A

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mittendorf
of Saline have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter Gail
to Kent Howard Seedman, son of
Mr and Mrs. Jack Seedman of
New Hampshire Dr., Southfield.
The couple received bachelor of
arts degrees from Eastern Michi
gan University, where Miss Mitten-
dorf was affiliated with. Delta
Zeta Sorority and Adahi, the senior
women's honorary society.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seedman of
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity while
at Eastern and was active in the
Inter-Fraternity Council and the
UniVersity Activities Board. He
has attended the Detroit. College
of Law.

Reading COunCil Parley
Headed by Local Woman

arts demonstration teacher in the
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Professional Entertainment

are welcome and may obtain in-
fcirmation from Mrs. Housman at
8401 Woodward, Detroit, 48203.
Mrs. Houseman, secretary of
the Wayne County Reading Council
and a member of the 1972 Inter-
- national Reading Association Con-
vention at Cobo Hall, is a language

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pastries. A ceremonial gift shop
will sell items.
To encourage young mothers to
attend, a sitter service has been
planned Wednesday for children
who are 3 years or older and
trained. Reservations for the serv-
ice should be made in advance
with the ticket chairmen, Mrs.
Leonard Baron, 353-3844, and Mrs.
Gerald Margolis, 626-1250.

J. J. CLARKE STUDIO

The 2,600-niember Metropolitan
Detroit Reading Council, under
the presidency _of area -educator
Mrs. Harriet Housman, will hold
its annual spring
dinner confer-
ence 4-8 p.m.
May 12 at Mercy
College.
Dr. Will ia m
Kottmeyer, for-
mer superintend-
ent of the St..

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nightclub setting and Israeli-type
bazaar will add to the event.
At 10 a.m. Wednesday, a key-
note talk will be given by Goldie
Adler, who has recently returned
from Israel. A noon lunch will be
available.
At 1 p.m. that afternoon there
will be an address by Dr. Bruno
Bettelheim, noted professor of
psychology and psychiatry, who
will show films and speak about
his book "The Children of the
Dream." The work is a study of
children raised in kibutzim and
has been cited by U.S. educators
as a possible aid to problems of
teaching ghetto children in this
country.
Mrs. Allan Levin, vice president
of fund raising, announces that the
flea mart, carrying fine quality
china, glassware, linens, books and
bric-a-brac. will he a feature
again this year.
A bake shop will sell home-baked

she conducts workshops for teach-
ers and serves as a reading con-
sultant.
She and her husband Harry, resi-
dents of Adrian Ave., Southfield,
are members of . Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.

Transportation Service
Is Expanded by Center

Transportatiori for all Jewish
Center summer programs has been
increased this year to reduce bus
traveling time. In addition, the
area services will be expanded to
include Palmer Woods, Green
Acres and Sherwood Forest.
Central pickup and dropoff points
will be designated.
For information, call the group
services division, DI 1-4200.

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worst.—Lin Yutang.

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