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April 23, 1971 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-23

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•. •

To bring up a child in the way
he should go, travel that way your-
self once in a while.—Josh Billings

8

ngagements

Mrs. Annette Freedman of Santa
Clara Ave. announces the engage.
ment of her daughter Reesa R. to
Samuel A. Halliburton of Ferndale.
The bride-elect, daughter of the
late Mr. Charles Freedman, and
her fiance will be married in June.
* *

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tanner of
Sussex Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Shirley Rose to Theodore Penry
Cohn, son of Mrs. Ethel Cohn
of Oak Dr. and the late Dr. Daniel
Cohn. Miss Tanner is completing
her master's degree in social work
at the University of Michigan. A
May wedding is planned.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cohn-Borkin Betrothal
Is Told in New York

Friday, April 23, 1971-25

Program Planning I nstitute May 5
to Provide Guide for Organizations

The 30th annual Program Plan-
ning Institute will be held May 5
at the Rackham Educational Me-
morial Building and "community
leaders, followers, participants and
citizens" are invited.
A number of Jewish communal
leaders are involved in the pro-
gram, designed to offer guidance
for organization officers and com-
mittees throughout the Detroit
metropolitan area. "How-to" work-
shops, along with workshops on
program resources, are included
in the program, which opens with
registration at 8:30 a.m. and con-
cludes at 1 p.m.
Keynote speaker will be Michi-
MISS BOBBI COHN
gan Secretary of State 'Richard A.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cohn of Austin.
Among the participants in the
Flushing, N.Y., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bobbi
to Mark Borkin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Borkin of Talbot Ave.,
Huntington Woods.
The couple, both students at the
University of Michigan, plan to
marry in spring next year.

Grushko-Krasnik Rites
to Be Held in Summer

Blue Box Drive-.
Vital - to JNF Work

The Blue and White Box of the
Jewish National Fund, which has
played a major role in the crea-
tion and development of Israel,
will be "guest star" at a special
— caterers
JNF Blue Box Day program Mon-
day at Cong. Bnai David.
The program begins with a
brunch at 11:30 a.m. and features
Mrs. Keeva Kekst of Cleveland as
guest speaker and Marci Lyn
Shulman as guest artist,
First used more than 50 years
MISS LYNDA GRUSHKO
ago, the Blue and_. White BoXes
into which Jewish . families put
342-9067
At a dinner party given in their
small cliange on a regular basis
Prestwick Dr., Southfield home,
helped finance the initial land pur-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grushko
chase of Jews in Palestine.
announced the engagement of their
Today, the Jewish National 1 daughter Lynda to Stephen Allen
Fund conducts two box collection Krasnik, son of Mr. and Mrs.
drives annually. This year's spring Philip Krasnik of Radclift Ave.,
drive began April 12 and continues Oak Park.
through May 13.
Miss Grushko attended Wayne
incoin Shopping Center
An objective during the brunch State University. Mr. Krasnik is a
(Formerly at 7 Mlle . Schaefer)
is the placement of at least 1,000 graduate of the Detroit Institute
new Blue Boxes to help com- of Technology, where he was af-
Featuring: the Finest in
memorate JNF's 70th anniver- filiated with Tau Epsilon Phi
Prime and Choice Meats plus
sary.
Fraternity.
the most modern shopping
Member
The couple plans to mari,, 1..
Chairman
for
the
drive
is
Mrs.
conveniences.
Retail Kosher
Frank Silverman and co-chairman August.
Meat Dealers
Assoc.
Mrs. Richard Friedman. Chairman
for the special 70th anniversary Engaged
Couples
Blue Box promotion is Mrs. Julius
Fox.
When You Can
at Carl's!
Invited to Series
For information, call he JNF
CARL CARSON
OPEN SUNDAY
968-7450
The Jewish Institute for Brides
office, 968-0820.
and Grooms will present its bi-
annual series of lectures for en-
gaged couples in the area starting
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods.
SUPER.SPECIAL
Nshei Chabad sponsors the insti-
Extra Super
t
HEINZ
tute, the only service of its kind
Special Wesley's

Fresh Silver
FANCY .
Quaker Maid
in the community. Its stated goal
is increased Jewish identity and
awareness among young individ-
uals about to assume a new sta-
tus as a family unit.
Reg. $1.88 lb.
Leading the series Tuesday
Now
All
will be psychologist Mrs. Mar-
Havors-
Only
101/2-0z. 9
gal.
garet Weiner of the Jewish Fam-
lb.
Can
Dorton
g
Specials.
W. Reserve
ily and Children's Service, who,
Good
!
Right to Limit
thru
along with Rabbi Yitschak, M.
Quantity
Wed.
Kagan, associate rabbi of the
,ks_gs jutiasts jus
"PRODUCE SPECIALS if II u
Lubavitcher Center, will discuss
EXTRA
"Strains and Stresses on the
SWEET
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Famous
1
SUPE R SPECIAL
SUPER
STOKELY'S
Modern Marriage."
HEINZ Fancy
Ili
JUICY
jp(
GREEN
FINEST
On May 4, Rabbi David M. Lie-
berman, dean of Yeshivath Beth
Yehuda, will speak on "The Part-
nership of Marriage"—the spiritual
Family size
life harbored in a young family's
32-oz.• 49
home.
bottle
it
lb.
Culminating the series, on May
Can
lb.
doz.
(Not the Spaghetti Variety)
11, Dr. James Labes, gynecologist,
will deal more specifically with
rts-nrrynns-rm A 11Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday
For your special parties or other events try our
Jewish attitudes regarding the
sexual aspects of married life.
DELICIOUS MEAT OR DAIRY TRAYS
Rabbi Joel Poupko, Hillel director
We use only Kosher-Wilno-B-est-Zion or Feinbergs
The finest and largest selection in the
at the University of Michigan,
area. We clean, bone, skin and grind
Kosher Products on our Meat Trays
will appear with him.
all fish free of charge. For special
FOR FREE DELIVERY, CALL JO 6-4640 service
All discussions are free, with a
call
You'll Also Be Delighted with
social
hour following, and every-
Our Very, Very Best Delicious
one is invited, either alone or with
(We Use Empire Kosher Poultry Only)
their spouse-to-be.

Party Services. Co.

-
Complete Home Catering

Dinners-Buffets-Cocktail Parties
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs

.

Carl's Kosher

Meat & Poultry Market

program are Mrs. Harry L. Jack-
son, representing the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, in a panel on
"How to Plan Good Pr-ograms and
Projects:" Mrs. Lillian Bernstein,
of the JWF staff, at a workshop
on "The Role of Club Officers and
the Board;" and Mrs. Oscar M.
Zemon of the Women's Corr..-mittee
for United Community Services,
and Mrs. Charles Lakoff, Neigh-
borhood Service Organizations,
both in a "Problem Clinic." Mrs.
Leonard Weiner, past president of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, is serving as an alternate.
Among the sponsors of the
institute are the Jewish Com-
munity Council and League of
Jewish Women's Organizations. •
Committee chairmen include
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden of -the-
League and Mrs. Martha Cohen of
the Community Council.
All interested persons are in-
vited to the institute. The reserva-
tions deadline is Wednesday.

College Rec Night .
Slated at Center

Jewish college students through-
out the state are invited to a rec-
reation night 7:30 p.m. Thursday
at the Jewish Center. It will be
the first of several.
A student ID card (high school
ID for students who will be fresh-
men in the fall), plus a small fee
for a towel, will entitle guests _to
use the pool. Sandwiches and
coffee will be on sale later in the
evening.
Ruthe Levy and Harriet Kraus
are helping plan the recreation
nights, which also include basket-
ball and ping-pong.
Throughout May, special pro-
grams will be held each week, in-
cluding a meeting with an Israeli
artist and movies.
Student papers throughout the
country will be available, due to
the Michigan Association's recent
affiliation wiith the Jewish Student
Press Service. The April issue of
the Reporter has been mailed. For
information, contact the office, DI
1-4200, ext. 261.

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Mrs. Irwin Green will host a
state of Israel birthday luncheon
noon May 3 at her home, 2'7816
Lake Hills, Franklin. Yacov Dan,
Israeli movie star, will be a
special guest. A feature will be
a lighting ceremony for Jeru-
salem Sponsors—purchasers of
of $2,000 or more in Israel Bonds
—to be conducted by Mrs. Louis
Berry. The luncheon is open to
advance purchasers for the
1971 Israel Fashion Festival June
8, which will be held at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek as a highlight of
the Israel Bond women's divi-
sion campaign.

The CHAMBER MUSIC WORK-
SHOP'S final program-meeting for
the season will take place 8 p.m.
Sunday at the Detroit Institute of
Musical Arts. Performing will be
the Eastern Michigan Trio, whose
members are Alfio Pignotti, violin-
ist; Edward Szabo, cellist; and
Joseph Gurt, pianist.

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