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September 28, 1973 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-28

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Women's Leader
to Address JNF
Blue Box Day

Mrs. Isidore Goldzimer of
New York will be guest
speaker at the Blue and
White Box Day program 11
a.m. Oct. 23 at Cong. Bnai
Moshe, Sherman Shapiro,
chairman of the JNF Blue
Box Drive, said. Mrs. Gold-
zimer is both Jewish Na-
tional Fund chairman and
member of the national
board of Hadassah. Mrs.
Gerald Rogers and Mrs.
Frank Silverman, co-chair-
men of the program, an-
nounced there will be enter-
t a i n m e n t, souvenirs and
prizes. Petite luncheon will
be served. Admission is by
bringing in a Blue and White
Box for clearance, or by pre-
senting a receipt showing
that the box has been cleared
during the current cam.
paign.

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ORT History Covered

in Yiddish Volume

"World Jewry in World Pol-
itics" is the title of a book
just published in Yiddish by
Vladimir Grossman, of the
World ORT Union.
Dealing with international
affairs, the book also deals
with ORT from its begin-
nings in St. Petersburg in
1880. Other chapters of the
book cover the World War I
period in Russia and Scandi-
navia. Grossman, 89, spent
many years in Scandinavia
before eventually settling in
Canada to help organize as-
sistance for Jewish newcom-
ers during and after World
War II.
Grossman's book is avail-
able through ORT Geneva.

The Council of Orthodox
Rabbis of Greater Detroit
(Vaad Harabonim) has set
Sunday, Tzom Gedaliah, as
the day on which the annual
"Kinus Litshuva" the as-
sembly of repentance, will
take place 6 p.m. at Yeshi-
vath Beth Yehudah.
The Vaad established this
tradition to bring emphasis
to the solemn "aseret yemay
Teshuva" — 10 days of re-
pentance — the period be-
tween Rosh Hashana and
Yom Kippur. Tzom Gedaliah
is a fast day.
This year, special tribute
will be paid to the memory
of the great rabbi and
scholar Hagoan Rabbi Jo-
seph Henkin, who died re-
cently.
Rabbi Moshe Margolin of
New York, a lifelong friend
and co-worker of Rabbi

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JEWELRY

ORT's Health Project will benefit from the "Pass-
pORT to Fashion" luncheon scheduled by the Michigan
Region of Women's American ORT noon Oct. 16 at the
Raleigh House. A poster describing the work of the project
is held by Maurice Rosender, "a special friend" of ORT
Looking on are, clockwise from left, Mesdames Esther
Brown, Rochelle Lieberman, Harriet Brown, Jack Rubin,
Myrtle Redisch and Sara Edwards. Mrs. Rubin is over-all
luncheon chairman and region health chairman.

*

MISS SHEILA TOBIAS

Mr. and Mrs. Sander Tobias
of Whitmore Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Sheila Iris to
Michael David Alderman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Alderman of Oak Park Blvd.,
Oak Park.
Miss Tobias attended Oak-
land University. Her fiance
is a graduate of Wayne
State and Central Michigan
universities.
A December wedding is
planned.

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PasspORT to Fashion Raises THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, Sept. 28, 1973-45
ORT Health Project Funds Vaad Assembly of Repentance

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PROMPT DELIVEkY

Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabili-
tation through Training) will
kickoff its fall fund raising
with a Health Project lunch-
eon noon Oct. 16 at the
Raleigh House.
A fashion show of designer
collections will be commen-
tated by Madelyn Coe. Film
star Polly Bergen will be
special guest.
In addition, a gift certifi-
cate will be given away as
grand prize, plus 30 others.
The Health Project is
meant to provide every ORT
student with good health
care. Mrs. Jack Rubin, re-
gion Health Project chair-
man, stated that all proceeds
will help provide badly need-
ed clinics, dispensaries and
first aid rooms in ORT
schools. It also arranges
medical examinations and
dental care for ORT students.
The project also provides
a system of accident preven-
tion and supports ORT's spe-
cialized schools for educat-
ing the deaf and the blind.
Helpfng Mrs. Rubin are
luncheon chairmen Mrs.
Harry Goldberg Jr. and Mrs.

William Bonin. Mrs. Mark
Ted Jacobson and Mrs. Ed-
ward Edwards are ticket
chairmen. Decoration chair-
man is Mrs. Walter Muller;
and reservations, Mesdames
David Redisch, Marvin Riv-
kin, Edward Edwards and
Arthur Brown.
For information contact the
office, 557-0585.

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will be Rabbi Leizer Levin
and Rabbi Leib Bakst.

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Revisionists Plan
Evening Program

Zionist Revisionists of De-
troit will present "Jabotin-
sky's Evening" 9 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Young Israel
Center of Oak-Woods.
Prof. Gerald Meister, na-
tional director of the Zionist
Revisionists and member of
the national executive, will
speak on "The New Middle
East Situation." A full-
length Israeli movie will be
shown.
Cantor Joseph Birnholtz
and Eric Rosenow will pre-
sent an Israeli program, and
refreshments will be served.
The public is invited. Pro-
ceeds will go to the Jabotin-
sky Memorial Building in Is-
rael. For information, call
Steven Goldin, 968-5575.

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