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June 29, 1973 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, June 29, 1973

Lubavitch Ladiesto Hold Bazaar

gifts to the poor, distribution
of matzo on Pesah and
shalakh manot on Purim.
To donate merchandise, or
for information, call Mrs.
Irving Layman, 399-4123, or
Mrs. Icaak Silver, 968-8127.

Nshei Chadbad. the wom-
en's organization of the Luba-
vitcher movement, will hold
its annual bazaar on July 29
at the Lubavitcher Center.
Clothes, appliances, house-
hold items, toys and furni-
ture are some of the items
that will be on sale at the
bazaar. Proceeds will sup-
port activities of the organ-
ization such as visits to hos-
pitals and nursing homes,

Wife of Chief Rabbi
Hosts Fashion Show

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Zipora
Goren, wife of Israel's Ash-
kenazic Chief Rabbi Shlomo
Goren, presided over a fash-
ion show that featured what
the well dressed religious
woman wears. No miniskirts
and no deep decollete were
featured.
The show was held at Beer-
sheba where it attracted a
large crowd from the local
religious community. The
models were girls from the
Mizrachi Religious Institute.

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Ex-Volunteer Seeks Clothing Here for Distressed Israeli Children

A young Southfield woman
who spent a year as a volun-
teer in an Israeli border de-
velopment town has launch-
ed a campaign to send
clothing to its financially
distressed residents.
Carol Berkley, 22, of Car-
riage Hill Ct., recently com-
pleted service in the Sherut
La'am Program at Kiryat
Shemona on the Syrian and
Lebanese borders. A grad-
uate of Oakland University,
Miss Berkley followed up her
three-month Hebrew ulpan

language studies with a
period of assisting the juve-
nile probation officer in
Kiryat Shemona.
She learned that the ma-
jority of the population there
are Jews from North African
countries, many of whom
have been unable to better
their economic circum-
stances. There are a number
of large families, with up
to 13 children.
"Often," she said, "the
juvenile delinquency I wit ,

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• • •
ctivities in Society

Paul Zuckerman, national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Zuckerman were among the guests
at a dinner in honor of Israel Finance Minister Pinhas
Sapir, given by Israel Ambassador to the U.S. and Mrs.
Simha Dinitz, in their home in Washington, Monday evening.
Guests included U.S. Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs.
George Schultz and Federal Reserve Chairman and Mrs.
Arthur Burns.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wisotsky, former Detroiters of
Thought is the seed of ac-
Hollywood, Fla., were honored recently on the occasion of
tion.—Ralph W. Emerson.
their 50th wedding anniversary at a cocktail party in their
home given by their children Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wisotsky
of Houghton Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bogrow and Mr.
SERVING ONLY
and Mrs. Jerome Friedman. Detroiters at the party included
PRIME AND
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gross and the Robert Fox family. The
CHOICE MEATS
senior Wisotskys, originally from Toronto, have eight grand-
children.
Dr. Charles S. Brummer and family of Mountain View,
Calif., will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Z. Brummer
and a family of Berkley Ave., Oak Park, for the July 4
holiday.

nessed was a direct result of
poverty. Mothers would
come in to talk to us about
their children who were 'in
trouble' and would usually
switch the conversation to
their concerns over a lack
of clothing, food and
blankets."
As a result, Miss Berkley
continued, "I took it upon
myself to request unneeded
clothing from the kibutzim in
our part of the Galilee. Al-
though the kibutzim" were
often generous, we could
never even begin to meet
the requests for clothes."
A cold spell in December
made the situation particu-
larly acute. "Some of the
children went to school with
nothing but sandles and
sweaters to protect them
from the snow and freezing
temperatures . . . Some
families had less than a
blanket per family member.
Others could not afford to
buy a tanur (an oil heater
commonly used by Israelis
during the winter). I couldn't
help but think of all the
clothing we Americans throw
out or give away each year.
Meanwhile, these vivacious

little children froze."
Miss Berkley promised,
when she left Kiryat She-
mona in May, that she would
try to send used clothing for
the children before next
winter. She is now asking
that those with clean, used—
but usable — clothing will
join in her campaign.
She said all clothing will
be welcome but primarily
children's jackets, sweaters
and shoes. She has direct
contact with the Kiryat
Shemona social services
workers and will do all pack-
herself, she said,
Miss Berkley can be reach-
ed at 557-3872 or 332-7038.

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Weddings

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan was
married Tuesday night to
Mrs. Rachel Korem in a
simple ceremony performed

rabbi's wife served refresh-
ments and Gen. Dayan and
his bride left for a private
dinner with friends at a local
restaurant. Dayan was at his
desk in his office Wednesday
morning as usual.
The 57-year-old defense
minister was divorced from
his first wife, Ruth Dayan
in January 1972. Mrs. Ko-
rem, 45, who once was on
the staff of Premier David
Ben-Gurion, was divorced 10
years ago.
After the ceremony, Gen.
Dayan told well-wishers that
he had no trouble getting a
marriage license. "She is
divorced and I am divorced.
I am no Kohen and no mam-
zer so there was no trouble,"
he said in a humorous refer-
ence to restrictions imposed
MOSHE DAYAN
by Israel's Orthodox rab-
by Rabbi Mordehai Piron, binate.
chief chaplain of Israel's
armed forces, at the rabbi's
home here. It was the second
marriage for both.
The wedding was not an-
nounced beforehand, and
Rabbi Piron, who holds the
rank of brigadier general,
had to recruit neighbors to
complete the ten man min-
yan (quorum) required for a
religious ceremony.
Neither Gen. Dayan's
daughter and two sons nor
Mrs. Korem's two daughters
attended.
The ceremony lasted 45
minutes. Afterward, the

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their daughter Elaine Marsha
to Mark Steven Schonberger,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Schonberger of Miami Beach.
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Wayne State University's
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fiance was graduated from
the University of Florida. A
late summer wedding is
planned.

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his sister Sharron Lynn to
Alan Whiteman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Whiteman of
Beverly Ave., Oak Park.
Miss LaBelle, daughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Abe
LaBelle, and her fiance plan
a December wedding.

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