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November 01, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-01

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MRS. HAROLD STULBERG

Roberta Lipton and Harold
Thomas Stulberg were married
Oct. 27 in a ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Morris Adler
and Cantor Jacob Sonenklar at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
The couple are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. David Lipton of
W. Outer Dr. and Mr. and Mrs.
Max Stulberg of Southfield.
The bride wore a gown of
white imported brocade fash-
ioned with a bateau neckline;
long pointed sleeves, and a con-
trolled bell-shaped skirt with
a cluster of deep side folds ex-
tending into a chapel train. A
matching silk brocade draped
pill box held the petal veil of
imported white silk illusion.
She carried a Bible covered
with white roses.
Attending the bride as matron
of honor was Mrs. Frederick
Katz. Bridesmaids were Marcia
and Rochelle Stulberg, sisters
of the bridegroom; Mrs. Byron
Canvasser, Mrs. David Chapin
of Boston and Louise Cohn of
Rochester, N.Y.
David Stulberg served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Edward B. Stulberg, broth-
er of the bridegroom; Martin
Lipton, brother of the bride;
Robert Honigman, Harold Lam-
bert, David Eisenberg, Byron
Canvasser and Robert Appel.
After a wedding trip to
Puerto Rico and St. Thomas,
the newlyweds will reside on
Appleton Ave.

Detroiter Yanich
Gets Florida Post for
Hebrew U. Friends

Native Detroiter Joseph I.
Yanich has been appointed as
regional director of the South
Florida Division of the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
He was associated with the
Department of Public Welfare
in Detroit, the Jewish Commun-
ity Council here and is a grad-
uate of Wayne State University
and the School of Social Work
at the University of Michigan.
A former resident of Jeru-
salem, Yanich worked as the
chief community group organizer
for the Hadassah Medical Or-
ganization, Division of Commun-
ity Health Services in Jerusalem
and villages of the Judean Hills
while in Israel. He worked also
as chief community health
worker at Kiryat Hay oval, a sub-
urb of Jerusalem.
Yanich for more than five
years was associated with the
Israel Bonds in Miami Beach as
a field representative.
Father of four children, Yan-
ich is married to the former
Regina Kassel of Detroit.

Mr.-Mrs. City of Hope-
to Plan Fund-Raising

Mr. and Mrs. Group of the
City of Hope will meet 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Ray and Ann Rosenberg, 23441
Parklawn, Oak Park. The chair-
man of the blue bank commit-
tee, Shirley Charmer, will re-
port on this major fund-raising
activity. A social hour will
follow.

Detroit Section, Council of Jewish Women, Take Action on Civil Rights

The influence and scope of a
major Jewish women's organi-
zation on matters of national
importance is being demonstrat-
ed in this city. It began in July
of this past summer, when the
Detroit Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, was rep-
resented at President Kennedy's
White House Conference on
Civil Rights by Mrs. Leonard
Weiner, national vice-president,
and by Mrs. Regene Freund Co-
hane, national board member.
Mr. Kennedy had called this
conference, composed of mem-
bers of large national women's
organizations, to appeal for sup-
port of his Civil Rights Bill.
A report on the meeting was
made to the Detroit Section's
board of directors and a resolu-
tion was passed "that the De-
troit Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, believing in
the dignity of all persons and
having the desire to give all
persons equal rights, support the
Civil Rights Act of 1963 and
take all possible steps to fur-
ther this bill."
In order to implement this
resolution, two courses of action
were followed. First, after a
letter of support was sent to
President Kennedy as a group,
individual Council members
were urged to make known their
endorsement of the pending
legislation to the Congressmen
and Senators from Michigan.
Second, the Detroit Section of
Council, under the leadership
of Mrs. Murry Sachs, Mrs. Ben
Schottenfels, Jr., Mrs. Jack Epps

and Mrs. Arthur Gould, planned
a meeting with local representa-
tives of other groups which had
participated in the President's
conference.
A meeting was held, chaired
by Council Section President
Mrs. Jerome B. Grossman, which
included officers of United
Church Women, Detroit Asso-
ciation of Colored Women's
Clubs, National Council of Cath-
olic Women, National Council
of Negro Women, AME Church,
YWCA, National Baptist Con-
vention, Bnai Brith, American
Association of University Wo-
men, the AFL-CIO and the De-
troit Youth Commission.
These organizations, meeting
at Council House, offered to pool
their resources on matters of
civic concern, especially the
school drop-out problem. Inspir-
ed by the results of this meet-
ing, the Detroit Association of
Colored Women's Clubs has in-
vited the group to meet again
at a luncheon meeting on Jan. 7.
The movie "When I'm Old
Enough, Goodbye!" was shown
and Council suggested that it
be circulated throughout the

city, at PTA meetings, organiza-
tional programs and church
groups.
Council of Jewish
Women Sponsor Schools
NEW YORK, (JTA) —
"Schools" will be held for 26,000
women in 35 cities this year to
teach how to get equality of op-
portunity for youngsters, it was
announced in a report presented
to the board of directors of the
National Council of Jewish
Women by Mrs. Joseph Willen,
NCJW national president.
The NCJW Schools for Com-
munity Action, an education-for-
action program to close the in-
formation gap between what is
happening in Washington and
what the local citizen knows,

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23—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 1, 1963

Stulbe rg-Lipton
Rites Solemnized

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