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August 09, 1963 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-09

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MRS. MURRAY BRICKMAN

Mrs. Sims Describes
Bncii Brith Women's
Civil Rights Role

Mrs. Danto is Given March of Dimes Post

Karel Kunin Will
rVi 71 Lett

Human relations conferences
and the Dolls for Democracy
program sponsored by Bnai
Brith Women chapters through-
out the U.S. comply directly
with President Kennedy's ap-
peal for adoption of a civil
rights program by the nation's
women, declared Mrs. Leonard
Sims of Detroit, president of
the women's organization.
Mrs. Sims cited these com-
munity-level projects among
"distinctive examples of our
members' concerted efforts to
further civil rights conference
in the White House called by
the President and attended by
300 leaders of major women's
organizations.
Mrs. Sims said the Presi-
dent's recommended program
encompasses to a "considerable
degree civil rights activities
which have long been an in-
tegral part of B'nai B'rith
Women chapter life." She point-
ed to the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith as a
"guidepost to which we often
turn and an organization with
which we work closely."
Mrs. Sims said local con-
ferences to enhance community
understanding among different
racial groups have been "held
by BBW members since 1957."

The National Foundation,
Wayne County Chapter of the
March of Dimes, announces the
appointment of Mrs. Samuel B.
Danto, as chairman of the
Women's Activities for t h e
March of Dimes. Previous to
this new appointment Mrs. Danto
served as Chairman of the
Women's Activities for the Salk
Institute Campaign held last
year.
A brunch was held Thursday
at the home of Mrs. Danto for
the formation of the Women's
Cabinet and also to make plans
for their active part in the 1964
March of Dimes Campaign. Some
of the women participating were
Mesdames Robert Coggan, Sol
Hammerstein, Nathan Spevakow,

Adas Shalom Synagogue was
MISS KAROL KUNIN
the setting Aug. 7 for the
marriage o f Elaine Lenore
The engagement of Karol
Sehneyer to Dr. Murray Brick-
Kunin to Mary Lett has been
announced.
man. The double-ring candle-
light ceremany was performed
The bride-elect is the daugh-
by Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and
ter of Mrs. Bessie Kunin of
Rabbi David Kirshenbaum of
Kentucky Ave. and the late Sam
London, Ont.
Kunin. Her fiance is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Se• Lett of
Parents of the newlyweds are
Strathmoor Ave. A Dec. 25 wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schneyer of
ding is planned.
Northlawn Ave. and Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Brickman of Lon-
don.
The bride wore a gown of
white silk peau de soie and re-
embroidered Alencon lace. The
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice-
gown, fashioned with a sabrina
neckline, elbow - length lace president of the Israel Bond or-
sleeves and watteau folds from ganization many years ago, was
the waistline, formed the skirt editor of a mathematical journal.
into a controlled bell-shape ex-
tending into a short chapel
train. Her elbow-length three-
tier veil of imported white silk
illusion was held in place by
an open pill box of matching
BEST IS or
SUPER SPECIAL !
SEALTEST
Alencon lace. She carried an
CHICAGO BRAND
MA COHEN'S
OLD FASHIONED
arrangement of white orchids
STRICTLY
Home Made
and stephanotis on her confirm-
PICKLED
ation prayer book.
Susan Schneyer, sister of the
HOT DOGS
bride, was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Andrea
or KNOCKS
Asarch, Barbara Finkel and Mrs.
Hanley M. Gurwin. Linda Wolfe
1
Qt.
cello
1/2
was junior bridesmaid.
Gal.
pkg.
jar
Sidney Wolfe served his
brother-in-law as best man.
Ushers were Dr. Samuel Brick-
man of Toronto, cousin of the
HEINZ
HEINZ
PERT
bridegroom: Sidney Newman of
FANCY
FANCY
BIG PAK
London and Dr. Phillip Seltzer
of Toronto. Also seating guests
were Sherwin Schneyer, Barry
Silver and Larry Wolfe.
Following a honeymoon in
Florida. the couple will make
WHITEor PASTEL
their home on Curtis Ave. –

Hornfield, George Blum, Aaron
Lebow, Sol Q. Kesler, Earl
Hordes, Paul Milgrim and Bruce
Danto.
An activity now being consid-
ered is a "Designers Show" with
proceeds to benefit T h e Na-
tional Foundation — March of
Dimes.

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B t e l

Land Speculation
an Israeli Problem

.

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Land
speculation is one of Israel's
most pressing problems, Mendel
N. Fisher, secretary and consul-
tant of the Jewish National Fund
of America, reported upon
his return from Israel. Both the
Israel Government and the Jew-
ish National Fund, he added,
are devising means to counteract
the speculation in real estate.
The speculation, Mr. Fisher
explained, stems from the shor-
tage of land parcels for private
exploitation. As matters stand
now, he said, about 85% of all
land holdings in Israel are regis-
tered in the name of. either the
Israel Government or of the
Jewish National Fund. The pres-
sure of increased immigration
and of industrial development
has created a market for land
property, which is being ex-
ploited by many speculators,
particularly in urban areas.
According to the information
gathered by Mr. Fisher in the
course of his conversations with
leaders of the government and
of Keren Kayemeth in Jerusa-
lem, special legislation will soon
be introduced in the Knesset,
bolstering the powers of the
Israel Land. Authority and -pre:
venting the transfer of public
land to private hands.

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1 7 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, August 9, 1963

Brichman-Schneyer
Vows Exchanged

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