Mizrachi Women Honor
to Nursing Homes
Growing in Number
Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier, chair-
man of the volunteer services
committee of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, announces
that Temple Kol Ami Sisterhood
has joined with other area sister-
hoods in the agency's nursing
They will be visiting with the
Jewish residents of the Franklin
Manor Nursing Home on Franklin
Rd., Southfield, twice each month
and, in addition, will prepare an
observance in the home for each
of the Jewish holidays.
JFCS nursing home visitors act
as friend and family to Jewish
residents of nursing homes.
The homes and sisterhoods par-
ticipating in the project are: Ar-
nold Home, Temple Beth El;
Bloomfield Hills Convalescent Cen-
ter, Beth Jacob of Pontiac; David
Nursing Home, Beth Abraham-
Hillel; -Farmington, Young Israel
of Oak-Woods; Franklin Manor,
Kol Ami; Mt. Vernon, Shaarey
Zedek and Temple Emanu-El sis-
terhoods; Sherwood Hall, Beth
In addition, the following sister-
hoods participate in the holiday
programing: Adas Shalom, Beth
Achim, Beth Moses, Beth Shalom,
Bnai David, Bnai -, Moshe and
Two teams of independent
volunteers service the Mt. Ver-
non Nursing Center, bringing the
total number of women involved
in the project to approximately
100, serving 300 Jewish residents
in nonsectarian - homes.
JFCS Volunteers also serve as
friendly visitors to home-bound in-
dividuals, shoppers and drivers or
just friends to those in need of a
listening ear or a helping hand.
The Temple Emanu-El youth group
and: Ahava -and Szold chapters of
Bnai Brith serve as JFCS volun-
teers at Federation Apartments,
assisting with the dinner meal
served in the cafeteria.
Mrs. Milton S. Jacobson (left),
of New York, national president
of Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America, presenteed 811-
ver Medallion Award to Ruth
Aleksandrovich, formerly of
Riga, Latvia, when the Soviet
Jewish woman stopped briefly
in the United States. Miss Alek-
sandrovich, now married and a
resident of Israel, was voted the
award at the 46th national con-
vention of Mizrachi Women "in
symbolic tribute of the courage
and steadfastness of Soviet Jew-
ish women whose struggle to
maintain Jewish cultural and
religions identity is an inspira-
tion to all who cherish the ideals
of freedom of conscience, free-
dom of. religion, and freedom• of
emigration, of all peoples every-
cent ceremony at 'Cong.
Beth Abraham-Hillel, Kay Sirlin
and Mark Steinberg were united in
marriage. Rabbi Israel I. Halpern.
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman and
Rabbi Leonard Berman officiated.
Miss Sirlin is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Sirlin of Elsinore
Dr., Pontiac. Mr. Steinberg is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stein-
berg of Paterson, N.J. The- bride
wore an ankle-length, long-sleeved
gown of white with a pattern of
flowers in pale and deep pink, yel-
low, violet and deep orange. She
wore a white, wide-brimmed hat
and carried a bouquet of gardenias
over a small, white Bible. Follow-
ing a wedding trip in Jamaica, the
Steinbergs will reside in Atlanta.
a a a
KANDEL-TODD: In a recent
evening ceremony at Temple
Emanu-El in Tucson, Linda
Brockman Todd became the wife
of Anthony Raphael Kandel. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Brockman of Tucson.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Alan D. Kandel of
Kingsg a te Way, Farmington.
Deborah Brockman, the bride's
sister, was maid of honor. Jon
Kande!, the bridegroom's brother,
was best man. Following a honey-
moon in San Francisco, the couple
will reside in Tucson.
WOMEN'S BICUR CHOLEM OR-
GANIZATION will hold a specia
meeting noon Monday at the
M.C.L. Restaurant. Members are
asked to bring in donor ads.
The wisest mind hath something
Miss Yourist to Become
Friday, idatile 24, 1972-23
"The"Swinging Singles,"- for Per-
sons age 25 and up, will bold a
il party 9 p.m. April, 7 at
Alvaro's restaurant in Royal Oak.
Johnny C and his band will provide
music for dancing. For information,
call Sally Rapp, LI 6-0903.
!I WHY WORRY !I
Laaye Everything to Ms
SAVE! `r SAVE!
MISS DEBBIE KAPLAN
WYN and HAROLD' LANDIS
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan of
OF FINE DIAMONDS
Radclift P1., Oak Park, announce
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the engagement of their daughter
Debbie to Bruce Rosenblum, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenblum
of Glastonbury Gate, Southfield.
Miss Kaplan is a senior in the
college of education at Eastern Classified Ads Get Quick Results
Michigan University. Mr. Rosen-
blum attends dental school at the
University of Michigan.
An August wedding is planned.
Dr. Krohn to Speak
to Pioneer Women
Dr. Samuel Krohn, past presi-
dent of the Jewish Community.
Council and of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, will adress the Greater
Detroit Council of Pioneer Women
on "AM I My Brother's Keeper?"
1 p.m. April . 1 at the Labor
The occassion of this oneg Shab-
at marks the 40th anniversary of
the Detroit Council and the 80th
birtlfday of Sarah Levin, its first
Mrs. Levin will present her
granddaughter, Mrs. Charles Dom-
stein, with a life membership in
Pioneer Women. Mrs. Domstein
is now vice president of edu-
cation of Degania Cahpter.
Mrs.- Harry Mondry will act as
chairman of the afternoon. Mrs. Si-
mon Slutsky is vice president of
W ith t he
Cout ure Look
of the Season
for the understated
look, we have
gowns with no
beading, some with
very little, what-
_ ever your....preference-- • -•-•
you'll find it here.
from 595 to $275.
MISS MARLENE YOURIST
DErRoitfawai NEWS; .
;."Singles' Plan a- Pant --.
Debbie A' tip-lko
to Bruce Rosenblum
Sketch ,, o new
gown on crepe watt
beochng deed to mow,
" Detroit Socialites' will present
its 15th anniversary dance 9 p.m.
Saturday at Berkley Masonic
Johnny C and his orchestra will
provide music for dancing. Refresh-
ments will be served.
The community is invited.
On April 8, the annual Israel
Emergency Fund auction will be
held. For information, call Mollie
Stern, 342.2791, or Sarah Stern,
Open Sundays 12-4
Thurs. & Fri. 111 9
Other Days 9:30-5
Coolidge at 9 Mile
"How goodly are thy tents, 0
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Yourist of
Alderton Ave. announce the en- Jacob, thy dwelling places 0 Is-
gagement of their daughter Mar- rael!"—Numbers 24:5. .
lene Gay to Daniel G. Kohlenberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David-Kohlen-
berg of Coyle .Ave.
Miss Yourist attends Wayne
State University's school of art
education. Mr. Kohlenberg is in
the school of business administra-
tion at WSU.
A September wedding is planned.
WE'LL GO TO ANY WIDTH
to give your child
a proper fit!
Because of Passover, there
will be early deadlines for
the issues of March 31 and
April 7. For the issue of
March 31, the deadline is
noon today, March 24; for
April 7, it will be noon Fri-
day, Mar c h 31. Printing
deadlines must be met,' so
please band delivery:copy if
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