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May 04, 1973 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-05-04

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Federation Women's Division Annual Meeting
to Hear Campaign Reports, Elect Directors

The women's division of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion will hold its annual
meeting at a luncheon, May
23, at Cong. Adas Shalom
in Farmington.
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine,
division president, said the
meeting will be the occasion
of a get-together of women
workers who have just com-
pleted their record-setting

Allied Jewish Campaign-Is- campaign chairman for 1973,
rael Emergency Fund. She will report on the success of
said, "we will be honoring the campaign within the
campaign division chairmen women's division.
whose efforts enable our di-
Also on the program will
vision to reach 100 per cent be the election of the divi-
in dollar achievement by the sion's board of directors and
formal opening of this year's officers. Mrs. Brandwine has
campaign."
been renominated for presi-
Rabbi Jacob Segal will dent. Nominated for vice-
speak on "Israel at 25."
presidents are Mesdames
Mrs. Merle Harris, division Hugh W. Greenberg, Merle
Harris, Nathan S. Peterman,
and Norman H. Rosenfeld.
Mrs. Seymour R. Jones has
been renominated for record-
ing secretary and Mrs. Sam-
uel Frankel is slated to be
corresponding secretary.
Membership in the division
includes 10,000 women who
contributed to the AJC-IEF.
All members are invited to
attend the annual meeting.
For luncheon reservations
or for more information
about the women's division
and the programs, call Mrs.
Morris H. Brown, division di-
rector, WO 5-3939.

Socialites Aid Allied Drive

President Rose Scherer of the Detroit Socialites pre-
sents a check to John Nemon, chairman of the 1973 Allied
Jewish Campaign metropolitan division. The check was the
proceeds from the Socialites' annual auction held recently
to benefit the campaign. In the picture, from left, are
President Scherer, William Sorokin and Sylvia Lumberg
of the club, auctioneer Arthur Kutnick, and Nemon.

December Wedding
for Cheryl Shultz

Engagements

DON FROHMAN

years, has prepared a varied
program with Rosa B. Stein
as accompanist.
The guest artist for the
evening will be the violinist,
Rochelle Abramson, a win-
ner of the 1973 National
Federation of Music Clubs.
She will be accompanied by
Hiroshi Takezawa.

Mr. and Mrs. Norman B.
Sukenic of Maryland Ave.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Deanne Joy to Aaron Mark
Berman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Berman of
Providence Dr., Southfield.
Mr. Berman, a graduate of
Telshe Yeshivath of Chicago
and Wayne State Univer-
sity's school of business, is
in the rabbinical college of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah.
Miss Sukenic is a senior in
WSU's college of education.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Rosen-
berg of Asbury Park Ave.,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Jane Shelley
to Theodore Strunck, son of
Mr, and Mrs. Theodore
Strunck of Kalamazoo. Miss
Rosenberg and her fiance
were graduated from Michi-
gan State University. A June
wedding is planned.





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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rites Announced

ORT, Israel Begin Adult Institute

Friday, May 4, 1973-29

NEW YORK — ORT-Israel
Subjects taught include:
and the Israel Ministry of technical Hebrew, technical
Labor are working together English, sociology, economics.
in the operation of an insti- computers and a variety of
tute for adult training aimed courses in citizenship and
at the smooth integration of the political and social struc-
new immigrants into Israel's ture of the state of Israel. In
economy, announced Mrs. addition, there are retraining
David M. Goldring, national courses for academics to
president of Women's Ameri- help them fit into the Israel
can ORT.
system of teaching and ad-
The institute was set up at
ministration.
the request of the ministry
of absorption and is open to
adult immigrants from all
CATERING
over the world. Classes are
WITH A FLAIR
held in 24 absorption centers
For All Occasions
Specializing in:
in
all
parts
of
the
country,
Weddings,
Bar Mitzvahs, Showers
MRS. BARRY JACOBS
and 800 students were en-
Call
Bonnie Sue Baumgarten rolled during the first quar-
CHICHESTER
354 6380
and Barry Lee Jacobs were ter of 1973.
married recently at Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Rabbi Moses
Lehrman officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Baumgarten of Parklawn
Ave., Oak Park. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Jacobs of W.
Lincoln Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a gown– of
pearled Alencon lace with a
BARBARA'S STATIONERY
skirt and train of faille satin.
725 S. Adams Road next to Machus Cafeteria
The train was appliqued with
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matching lace. She carried
roses on her mother's prayer
book.
Mrs. Robert Rudolph was
matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Sue Ann Lowen-
stein of California, Sandra
Kellman, Pam Raizman and
Amy Rubin. Andy Friedman
Known for unique Children's clothing,
was flower girl.
Baby Presents and Made to Order
Jeffrey Jacobs was his
brother's best man. Ushers
Garments for all ages & occasions
were Lawrence Magid, Mark
Sizes up to 14 for Girls
and Alan Baumgarten and
up to 7 for Boys'
Steve Rosner.
After a honeymoon in
Mexico City and Ccapulco,
the couple will live in Oak
Park.
(at 11 Mile)

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Stationery

MARGO'S

Children's Wear

Frohman Directs Music Study
Choral Concert Next Tuesday

Music Study Club will pre-
Composers represented on
sent the Music Study Chorale the program will be: Beet-
in their annual concert, to be hoven, Mozart, Kountz„ Le-
held 8 p.m. Tuesday, at the clair, Wieniawski,
Ravel,
Southfield Civic Center Au- Brawada, Frohman, Lecuona,
ditorium.
and the Cantata "Child of
Don Frohman, conductor of Promise" by Hunkins.
the choral for the past 35
There is no admission
charge.

Jacobs-Baumgarten

is now at

25922 Middlebelt

CHERYL SHULTZ

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shultz
of Pierce Ave., Southfield,
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Cheryl Bar-
bara to Joel Mutnick, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mutnick
of Weyher Ave., Livonia.
Miss Shultz and her fiance
attend Wayne State Univer-
sity.
A December wedding is
planned.

Mystery for Parents

Parents Without Partners
of the Jewish Center is plan-
ning a mystery bus ride for
8:30 p.m. Sunday. The bus
will leave from the 10 Mile
branch. To reserve a seat,
call the center group serv-
ices, 341-4200.

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