Barbara Coheir Plans
BIEM BARBARA COHEN'. .
Mr. and Mrs.. Joe Cohen of- Avon
Ave., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
..,, Barbara Marilyn to Toro Hayes of
An early winter wedding is
In a keynote address that set
the pace for a day of workshop
discussions, Josephine. Weiner, a
volunteer's volunteer, helped put
Detroit's new Volunteer Action
Center ipto high gear.
- Mrs. Weiner; past national presi-
dent of, the National Council -of
Jewish Women, had top billing
with Henry Ford II - at a Confer-
ence for Decision Makers last
Thursday in the Sheraton-Cadillac
The event marked 'the establish-
ment of a nationwide network of
voluntary action centers to trans-
late — as Ford put it — "the
warm human impulses of individ-
ual citizens" into effective action.
Ford announced that voluntary
action centers have been estab-
lished in 32 communities, includ-
ing Detroit, and 30 others are in
the process of being organized.
to Be Held Next .1 larch
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Jacobs
of Edinborough Ave., Birmingham,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Fran to Alan Krause, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Morris, Krause of
Anna Ave., Southfield. -
Miss Jacobs and Mr. Krause are
seniors at Michigan State :Univer-
sity. They plan to marry in March-
28--Friday, October 8, 1971
Vokinfeer Attidn Centers -Are Boosted Here- Moiart -IPregrain
THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
NCJW's Mrs. Weiner Halos Launch Effort
He credited -Max Fisher, as a
special adviser to President
Nixon; with having been an early
architect. for the' National Center.
for Voluntary Action. Fisher was
first chairinan of the board of the
national center, (succeeded by
Ford), and Mrs. Weiner serves
on that board. .
In her address, Mrs. Weiner
looked to the Bible for the con-
cept of one God for" all men
•and the idea that "We are our
She, also qUoted- from Proberbs:
"A woman of -valor is one who
stretches forth her hand to the
In comments - after her talk,
Mrs. Weiner. said Jews have a
unique- contribution to make
to volunteerism. She admit-
ted she could' - not take credit
for the idea, but "The Jewish
people has learned that living is
not a utopia. With patience, you
work toward the perfectability of
the world, and this we can teach
She observed that many of the
new _forms of volunteerism which
have evolved are on a person-to-
person basis. "In a depersonalized
society, so many lack the sense
Of being cared about." Volunteers
who can give Some time to a
'telephone service, for - example,
are much in demand. The Jewish
Family and Children's Service is
one agency which has put out
requests for such volunteers._
Mrs. Weiner called_ "the volun-
teer ingredient" the "seasoning,
the spice, the extender of com-
numitY life — both for the corn-
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Shelly Handelsman became the
bride of Lowell Schultz in a recent
Candlelight ceremony at the Ra-
leigh House. Rabbi Milton Arm
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs._ Zelig Handelsman of
Oxley Rd., Southlield. Her husband
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
'Schultz of McKinney Dr.; Franklin.
The new Mrs. Schultz wore an
-English net gown appliqued with
medallions of beaded and pearl-
' ed re-embroidered Aleneon lace.
The cuffs, collar and • wattean
train featured bands of pearled
silk-satin. The hem was edged -
with square-cut and rice pearls,
highlighted with irridescent
The cathedral m.a nt il 1 a was
edged with _matching beaded lace,
and the bridal flowers were pinned
to a pearled Alencon fan. -
Mrs. Francis Goldman served
her sister as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were - Ruth *Goldman,
Paul Goldman, Rhonda 'Rochkind,
Barbara Feldman and 'Rene Moser.
Jeffrey Schultz was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Simon Gold-
man; Alvin Winer, Kenneth Stein-
man and Clifford Allen.
Following a honeymoon M
Europe, the couple will reside in
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Lare Wardrop, oboe; Marius
Fossenkemper,- clarinet; Joseph
_Buono, French born; and Dr. Ira
Leventer, bassoon, be soloists.
for the symphony concertante, and
Mischa Kottler and Julius" Chajes,
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ter Symphony Orchestra, under the
direction' of guest conductor Valter
Poole, will feature music by Mot:.
art, 3:30 p.m„ Oct. 17 the Aaron
DeRoy Theater of the J e-w s h .
15144W.-7 Mile Rd.
for spaghetti, noodles,
baked chicken, pot roast,
-' The opening concert .cd the Cen-
Made to Order Quilts &
For Custom Druoery
There's a tempting recipe on
every can of Chef Boy-Ar-Dee's
matchless meatless sauces.
Three kinds: Mushroom, Mari-
nara and Meatless—all three rich
in real Italian ta'am. Keep all
three on hand for family pleasing
munity and for the - individual."
She suggested that - there - are
61,0001,000 people -in the U.S. who
are . willing to extend such help
if they only knew what to do.
What the volunteer action cen-
ters are designed to achieve is
mold those millions into an ef-
ficient force of people with
skills' and good intentions where
they can be utilized to best ad-
vantage. The local Vobinteer Ac-
tion Center, - a department of
United Community Serviceis of
Metropolitan Detroit, was re-
organized out of the old UCS
Center Volunteer Bur e a u. It
meshes the efforts of both pfo-
fessionals and volunteers.
Ford, board chairman of Ford
Motor Co., said:
"Signing up people to do volun-
teer .work is the easiest part - . .
The hardest part is to create a
work in 'which: they can apply
their talents and energies effec-
tively. This will take the same
order of sophisticated management
skills that business employs in
organizing its work.
The local centers are helping
to put volunteers to work in
productive new ways in both per-
sonal service and community
problem solving roles," Ford said.
Amotig those serving on the
conference planning committee
was Mrs. Morton Barak.
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