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September 09, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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Diane Lea Sklar
Weds Larry Rhmi.

By CHARLOTTE HYAMS
A 7,000-ton "orange," manned
by 40 hardy Israelis, rolled into
Detroit late last week, soaked
up a little dockside sun and
two days later floated off again,
headed ultimately for its Haifa
home.
The "Tapuz," a comely, little
freighter with but a five-year
past, has many ports to touch
before joining her sister ships
of the Zim lines. A cargo picked
up in Chicago, for example, is
bound for Greece. But first, the
Tapuz, or "Orange," was sched-
uled for Toronto and Montreal,
then Barcelona and Genoa, then
Tel Aviv and Haifa, emptying
on its way tue gigantic hold
MRS. LARRY BLAU
filled with wheat and flour,
In an evening ceremony held trucks and the 34 brewery
Aug. 21 at Ahavas -Achim Syna- tanks destined for the new
gogue, Diane Lea Sklar became Cabeer plant in Israel.
the bride of Larry Lewis\ Blau. • If the German-made diesel
Rabbi Milton Arm and Cantor vessel seems widely-traveled,
Simon Bermanis officiated at however, its crew is no less so.
Besides, although the 12 offi-
the double-ring service.
- The bride is the daughter of cers and 28 seamen are Israelis
Mr. and. Mrs. Sol Sklar of Free- (with the exception of a Span-
land Ave. and the bridegroom's, iard), they boast of origins in
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Be; France, Great Britain, Romania,
Blau of Harding Ave.,'. Oak') Russia, Yemen and Algeria. A
few are Sabras. The majority
Park.
The bride chose a gown of a r e multi-linguists, speaking
ivory peau de soie fashioned English fluently.
It is this spicy international
with a scalloped sabrina neck-
line and short sleeves appliqued flavor that provides one of the
with Alencon lace and seed few problems on board: food.
pearls. The fitted empire bodice The Algerian chef has quite a
swept into a full skirt and time choosing menus that com-
chapel train. An imported silk promise between East and
illusion veil fell from the bride's West. That there has been no
Juliet cap of matching lace. mutiny to date attests to his
Streamers of white ribbon and success in the tiny kitchen that
orchids stemmed from the con- services not only the officers
and crew, but 12 passengers as
secration Bible.
The new Mrs. Blau chose her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Manual Sklar,
as her matron of honor, and
Beverly Schwartz as maid of
honor. Roger Blau served as
his brother's best man.
Bridesmaids were Reva Bratt,
Carolyn Kushnir and Sharon
Levy. The ushers included
Oscar Glieberman, Jonathon
Rosenzweig and Arnold Serlin.
Nieces of the bride and bride-
groom, Susan Sklar and Ruth-
ann Wandruff, served as junior
bridesmaid and flower girl, re-
spectively.
Following a dinner and re-
ception, the couple left on a
wedding trip to Chicago and
Wisconsin. Upon their return,
they will reside at 9914 Farm-
ington, Livonia.

Sylvia Claire Wilson
Weds Harvey Hecht

well, including three women
and the ship's masco t: the
young daughter of the chief
engineer.
"The Orange," captained by
A. M. Van DeLooveren, is one
of 35 freighters in the fleet.
In 1962, Germany will send 20
more as part of its reparations
payment to the Jewish State.
Morale appears to be high on
the "Tapuz," a fact which could
be due to the convivial crew
themselves: they like to throw
parties. A group of Detroit
landlubbers, for example, was
recruited on previous trips (the
Tapuz was here in May, June
and again in August before
loading Cargo in Chicago), and
invited aboard for bon voyage
parties Wednesday and Thurs-
day.
But in spite of the apparent
satisfaction, many seamen
agreed that the sea will not be
their career. While some are
headed for officers' training
school, most will settle down to
land jobs, others returning to
their education.
As fourth m
or-
dechai "Moti"
"This is a fin
e for a fe
years of tr
, but we want
to raise
r families on the
soil of
ael."

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Ten-year-old Joe Kaiser held a
carnival recently in his backyard
at 18226 Freeland and the Heart
Fund was enriched in the amount
of $24.10.
With the efforts of sister
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LZO Branch Eleven
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Gerald L. Goldberg, chairman
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Eleven, Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion, announces its annual cock-
tail party at 9 p.m., Saturday
at the Brickner home, 22145
Kenosha, Oak Park. Mrs. Rue-
ben Wartell is social chairman.
Prospective members are in-
vited. For information, call KE
7-6126.
Newly elected officers in-
clude Morris L;fshay, vice-
chairman; Art Moniker, treas-
urer; Doris Werner and Fran-
ces Stein, secretaries; Sarah
Schiff, program, and Deborah
Goldberg, publicity.

Two Habonim Zionists
Are Headed for Israel

Meir Hurwitz, adviser to the
Habonim Labor Zionist Youth
Organization, and Melvin Cher-
now, Habonim president, will
sail for Israel Sept. 22. Hurwitz
is going to Aliyah, while Cher-
now is a participant in the 1960
Habonim Workshop program,
consisting of 11 months' work,
study and travel in Israel.
Returnees from the 1959
Workshop are Dorrie Kendler,
Jerry -Kutnick, Estelle Levine,
Alvin Rose, David Wasserman
and Rhea White.

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It's a Salty Life on the Sea
for the Sailors of the l'apuz'

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