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May 02, 1975 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-02

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36 Friday, May 2, 1975

Proiessional

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bond Event Honors ORT Woman

Entertainment

MAN OF

THE MONTH

It is a. pleasure to announce that

Melvin Weisz, C.L.U.

has received the man-of-the-month award as
the most outstanding Representative of our De-
troit-Gold Agency. The award is in recognition-
of his excellent service to his policyholders and

our Agency.

Ruben Gold, C.L.U. Generol Agent

16900 W. 8 Mile — Suite 236

Southfield

354-6630

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Mrs. Irvin J. Kurtz, right, received the David Ben-
Gurion Award April 23 at the annual Women's American
ORT Tribute Luncheon on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds. Mrs. David M. Goldring, national ORT presi-
dent, spoke on the "partnership" between the women of
ORT and the Israel Bond campaign, in which the two
groups work side by side to build Israel's economy.
Shown with Mrs. Kurtz are, from left: Mrs. Sidney I.
Feldman, president of the Michigan Region of ORT; and
Mrs. Goldring.
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Meister Due for Israel Bond Event

Prof. Gerald M. Meister,
director of the Ramapo In-
stitute for research in politi-
cal science, will speak at a
leadership reception on be-
half of Israel Bonds 8 p.m.
Thursday in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Platt
of Oak Park.
The reception is being

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held in advance of the May
21 Young Israel of Metropol-
itan Detroit Testimonial
dinner honoring Rabbi Sam-
uel H. Prero.
A member of the national
executive committee of the
Zionist Organization of
America, Prof. Meister was
assistant director of its de-
partment of public affairs
and the department of So-
viet Jewry.
For reservations, call the
Bond office, 968-0200.

Donna Lou Little became
the bride of Dr. James War-
ren Green in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Sherith Is-
rael in San Francisco: The
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kendall .Little of
Rochester, Minn. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Felix Green of Essex
Way Ct., Southfield.

Pensler-Slavit
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ORT national president;
Mrs. Victor Cohn, District
VII president; Mrs. Don-
ald Thal, District VII
chairman of the executive
committee; and Nathan
Gould, national executive
director.
Local arrangements
chairman is Mrs. Sheldon
Weisberg, and co-chairman
is Mrs. Herbert Pomerantz.
District executive com-
mittee members are: Mes-
dames Saul Chudnow, Wil-
liam Wetsman, Daniel
Allen, Alfred Meyers, Th
and Henry Pariser.

Freddy Sheyer
One Man Orchestra

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singing guitarist w/Auto Drum

also plays violin and strolls

Music for all ages
$20 Wedding Ceremony

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More than 400 delegates
from four states will attend
the second biennial conven-
tion of District VII of Wom-
en's American ORT Monday
and Tuesday at the Heritage
Hotel in Detroit. A total of
80 delegates will attend
from the Michigan Region.
The goal of this conven-
tion will be to adopt man-
dates and plan membership,
financial and educational
campaigns that will insure
and increase ORT's role as
the vocational training pro-
gram of the Jewish people
and as a movement in Jew-
ish life here in the United
States and overseas.
Kenneth W. Stein, lec-
turer in the department of
history, University of Michi-
gan and curriculum coordi-
nator for development of
secondary school material
on the Near East under the
auspides of The Center for
Near Eastern and North
African Studies at U-M, will
deliver a major address on
"The Current Situation in
the Near East" on Monday.
Ruth Eisenberg, chair-
man of the national execu-
tive committee, will "offi-
ciate at the installation of
District VII officers on the
second day of the conven-
tion. In addition major
addresses will be given by
Mrs. David Goldring,

Ma rriages1

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Women's ORT Plans Parley

MISS PENSLER

Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Pen-
sler of Sherfield Pl., South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter
Sandy to Howard Slavit, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William
Slavit of North Miami
Beach, Fla.
Miss Pensler was grad-
uated from Wayne State
University's college of edu=
cation. Her fiance was grad-
uated from Tufts University
in Medford, Mass., and The
National Law Center,
George Washington Univer-
sity, Washington, D.C.
A July wedding is
planned.

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