ORT ,Day. Filled With Activity
Women's Aznencan ORT (Organ
ization for Rehabilitation Through
Training) is preparing for its most
important event of the year, ORT
Day, to be observed here 10:30
a.m.-3 p.m. March 15 at Temple
The purpose of ORT Day is to
promote understanding a Mon g
members, to mark the anniversary
Vows at Shaarey Zetlek
MRS. LARRY ASHMAN
of ORT and the culmination of its
membership - drive..
Members of each chapter :have
made boUtique items to be sold
in booths. Continuous handicraft
'demonstrations will be held:
Eleanor Goren from the Jewish
Center's health club, an authority
on figure dynamics, and a problem
clinic for facial care will be among
Luncheon will be served. At
1 p.m., the boutiques will close
for the afternoon program which
will feature newscaster Bill
Bonds of WXYZ.
The program also will feature
the presentation of an award by
Women's American ORT to the
Southeast Oakland Vocational Edu-
cation Center, Royal Oak. Allan
Mathieson, principal, will accept
the award in recognition of the
school's work in the field of career
ORT Day activities are free to
the public. New members may
join at the door.
Mrs. Martin Zeldes, membership
chairman, is chairman of the day.
Assisting her will be Mrs. Paul
Borman, special projects vice
Miss Kahn, Mr. Kern
Planningul y IVedding.
At a recent candlelight ceremony
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Maureen
Katzman became the bride of
Larry Ashman. Rabbi Irwin Groner
and Cantor Jacob Harkin officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Katzman of Devon-
shire Dr., Southfield. The bride-
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Ashman of Rensselaer Ave.,
Oak Park. '
The new Mrs. Ashman wore a
satin gown trimmed with mink
at the collar and cuffs. A match-
ing headpiece held her floor-
length veil. She carried a cas-
cade_of roses and Stephanotis.
Susan Katzman, the bride's-'sis-
ter, was maid of honor. Mrs. Ro-
bert Spiegel was matron of honor.
Ellen Gluck, and Robin and Brooke
Ashman were kridismaids.
Michael Alderman was best man.
Ushers were Steve Vosko, Ken
MISS EVELYN KAHN
Okum, Nell Stolman and Sandy
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kahn of Sen-
The couple honeymooned in the eca Ave., Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Evelyn Joan to Marc Fredrick
Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Sam
Kern of Lucerne Dr., Southfield.
Miss Kahn_ is a sophomore ma-
joring in special education at Mich-
igan State University. Mr. Kern
was graduated' from Ohio State
University, where he received his
bachelors degree in architecture.
A July wedding is planned.
MiSkPerfria71Extrafred4iTHE DElltOIT JEWISH NEWS
to IVed Mr.Zimmerman Hashomer Malts
Host National 'Leader
Americans for Progressive Is-
rael-Hashomer Hatzair will meet
8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Speaker will be Valhi Hirsch,
managing editor of . Israel Hor-
izons; member of the administra-
tive committee of the American
Zionist Federation; executive vice
"chairman of Americans for Pro-
gressive Israel-Hashomer Hatzair;
and a delegate to the recent 28th
World Zionist Congress.
She will speak on the major deci-
sions of the congress and the con-
troversial issues involved.
A social hour with refreshments
For information, call Dovera
MISS 'OA% DORFMAN
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Dorfman
of Rosemary Dr., Oak Park, an- :
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Gail to Lonny Zimmer-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
J. Zimmerman of Gardner Ave.,
Miss • Dorfman was graduated
from the University of Michigan
and is attending graduate school
at Wayne State University. Mr.
Ziminerman was graduated from
the University of Detroit's school
A September wedding is- plan-
Yeshiva `Rummage Sale
The PTA of Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah will hold a rummage sale
Sunday at the Yeshiva building.
Clothing, household articles and
smal' furniture will be sold noon-
5 p.m. Proceeds will go toward
the purchase of school equipment.
Bar Mitzvas, Weddings --
and special- occasions
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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Kramer
of Muncie, hid., announce the en-
gagement, of their daughter Sha-
ron Rae to Jay M. Daitch, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Deitch
of Virginia Ave., Southfield.
Miss Kramer is a senior at Indi-
ana University majoring in special
education. She is past president
and member of Sigma Delta Tau
sorority and has been active in
Panhellenic Council. kir. Deitch is
a second-year student at the Uni-
versity of Michigan medical school.
He received his BS degree from
U. of M. in 1970.
The wedding is planned for June
in Fort Wayne, Ind.
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Sutan Dale to Lorne Sheldon Leon,
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