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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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Friday, January 28, 1972-31
Creators to-Meet Collectors
Lynn Edwards Becomes' THE DETROIT JEWISH -NEWS
at-Slialent
Art--Show Bride of Michael Trager Blind, Handicaped Gain Self-Respect

The Shotem- Aleichens Art Show,
which takes place Feb. 44 at
19350 Greenfield (Punch and Judy
Bldg.), will open with a "Meet the
Artists Evening."
Mary'Beard, Richard Braun, Syl-
via Chover, Chuck Gelfond, Mar-
garet Glinke, Steven D. Goodman,
Gertrude Grisham, Fay B. Herman,
Allen J. Herman, Fiametta
Richard Jerzy, Leo V. Kuschel,
Irene Meyer, Norman Prady, Rich-

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in ORA Vocational Center in Natanya

and Q. Ritter, artists exhibiting, in

the ' show- have contr ibuted art
works to be given away on Satur
day evening.
This year's committee of 50
women is working under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Harry-Roth. Com-
mittees and chairmen are: public-
ity, Mrs. Allan Kande% art selec-
tion, Mesdames -Paul .Chover, Ju-
lius Harwood. Jack Mandiberg
and Herbert Schein; refreshments
and work scheduling; Mesdames
Irving Edgar and Paul Gold; 6r-
respondence and mailing: Ite.s-
dames Karel Bass„ Steven BarrEr,
Jack Cohen, William Feinberg, H.
Hadesman, Sidney_ Kaye, Harry
Meisner, Leo Mogal, Robert Sobel,
Lawrence Tourkow and Louis
Weingarden; and tickets, Mrs.
Steven Coffins. Refreshments are
served free throughout the show.

MRS. MICHAEL TRAGER

At a recent evening ceremony

at the Raleigh House, Lynn Ra-
chel Edwards became the bride
of Michael Joseph Trager. Rabbi
Harold G. Gelfman of Macon, Ga.
Mid Cantor Simon Bermanis of-
ficiated.
The new Mrs. Trager is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
I. Edwards of Eastwood Ave.,
Oak Park. Mr. Trager is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trager,
also of Eastwood Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown with
matching mantilla of imported
English net appliqued with Irish
lace. She carried lilies of the
valley.

Pride in Tradition
The pursuit of knowledge 'for its
own sake, an almost fanatical love
of justice, and the desire for per-
sonal independence—these are the
features of Jewish tradition which
make me thank my stars that I
belobg to it.—Albert Einstein.

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By Jewish News
Special Correspondent
NATANYA, Israel — Michigan
League for Israel is a New York-
based women's Zionist group and
its project in Israel, the vocational
and rehabilitation training center
here, and its ORA handweaving
workshop for the blind, have as-
sumed such great proportions that
they are acclaimed among the
most significant rehabilitative
tasks in Israel.
Located at 5 McDonald St. in
Natanya, the ORA workshop is
one of the very remarkable ac-
complishments for the blind. ORA
—which means light—is a shelter-
ed enterprise. The participants, all
blind, work here and live here.
They produce some of the finest
products in women's and children's
wear and the goods they produce
have earned the great demand
of serving as an important Israeli
export item.
While the specialty is headweav-
ing, the great accomplishment lies
in the fact that the participants
have gained the status of self-sup-
port and self-respect. They know
that they have the satisfaction of
having gained a worthy place in
society.
Because of the coordination re-
quired in handweaving, the labors
Performed require skill. It is ex-

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Jewish holidays do not tarnish
as times go by. On the contrary,
they seem to rejuvenate and shine
with new significance for each
generation. Take, for instance, to-
day's concern with ecology, going
back to nature and setting an
Earth-Day (in New York). It may
sound very contemporary and new,
but it is not. We have a holiday
that dates centuries back, totally
dedicated to nature. The holiday,
which is the new year for trees,
is call Tu b'Shevat. To celegrate
it properly one should go out to
the fields and parks enjoy the
fresh air, the greenery, the pale
sun of early spring. One should
also plant a new tree, a young
sapling, to he personally involved.
To -serve the right food for Tu
b'Shevat one draws on the variety
of fruits. fresh or dried. Actually,
the traditional fruit-plate, also
known as "Hamisha-asar," looks
as modern as a dish just bought
in a health food store.
Here. is a recipe for apricot'
balls that combines traditional
dried fruits into modern little "na-
ture" candies. Serve them as
sweets, dessert or a gift.
For about 20 balls:

dried apricots
6 oz. coconut flakes
I tbls. orange marmalade
2 this, bread crumbs
I tsp. orange liqueur
20 tiny paper cups
1. Grind the apricots in a meat
grinder. Grind one-half of the coco-
nut and
put through the
grinder
one tbls. of bread crumbs to push down
the left-overs. Put everything in a me-
dium bowL
2. Add th4 marmalade, orange liqueur
and remaining bread crumbs. Mix well

8 oz.

with a wooden spoon till you

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have

smooth "dough."
3. Put half of the dough on a piece

.of wax paper and fold the paper over
it Shape the apricot mixture Into a
rope of ten inches. The wax paper
will 'prevent the mixture from sticking
to your hands. Remove the paper and

cut the rope into ten pieces. Repeat
with the rest.
4. Spread a flat plate with the re-
maining coconut flakes. Make a ball
Out if each piece and roll it in the
flakes. Put in a papef cup. Repeat
same with the rest.

plained by the managers of the
shop that "the hands move the
shuttle, the feet work the pattern,
the lips count the, rows that form
the design."
The models for children's dres-
ses, the babies' wear, the multi-
colored dresses, skirts, tablecloths
and wash cloths, the wash-and-
wear items and the numerous
other products serve as a source
of pride for the New York Women's
League for Israel. The project in
Natanya is a joint enterprise with
the Israel ministries of labor and
social welfare.
From the North and South, East
and West, from Galilee and the
Negev, women are sent to the
center in Natanya to acquire a vo-
cation making them independent
earners.
Originating from Yemen, Iraq,
Algeria, Morocco, Romania and
Poland, women from the various
towns and new industrial areas,
kibutzim and moshavim come to
the center to live and learn to-
gether. Differences of backgrounds,
education and living standards dis-
appear and a homogenous and
friendly group is created.
In the center, opportunities are
given to learn the following tradeTh
factory sewing, modeling, fine
sewing and sketching, hairdressing,
cosmetics, cooking, baking etc. All
this is taught in a home-like atmos-
phere, in classes full of light and
air.
The ministry of labor, which su-
pervises and is responsible for the
vocational training, sends qualified
teachers to teach the different
vocations.
The handicaped, capable to learn,
are sent by the Rehabilitation 'Cen-
ter of the Ministry of Social Wel-
fare, from all parts of the coun-
try.
In addition to a trade, courkes

are given in geography, arithmetic,
languages, good citizenship, model
sketching, etc., as well as in folk

dancing and literature. Educational
trips to modern factories and tours
of the country are made regularly.

Grand Rapids
News Notes

Joseph Stevens, secretary-trea
surer of National Correct Color
Service, Inc., was named "printer
of the year" by the Grand Rapids
Club of Printing House Crafts-
men and the Litho Club.
• * •
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Garbowitz
of Bradford St. NE, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Arlene to Elliot Sanford Rosin,
son of Mrs. Joseph Rosin of Oak
Park and the late Mr.. Rosin. A
July wedding is planned.
• * •
Mr. and Mrs. Borel X. Goldman
of College Ave. SE, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Bettesue to David S. Sebastian,
son of Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Sebastian of Cambridge Ave. SE.
An August wedding is planned.
* * •
"A Mystical Musicale" will be
presented Sunday evening by
Shlomo Carlebach, a guitar-playing
ordained rabbi, at Ahavas Israel.
The Jewish Cultural Council is
sponsoring this fourth program in
the "Spectrum 72" series.

Richard Schwartz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Schwartz, will ob-
serve his Bar Marva tonight at
Temple Emanuel.

Heaven and Hell

Asked what he though about the
existence of heaven or hell, Mark
Twain replied: "I don't want to
express an opinion. Yoti see, I
have friends in both places."

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