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June 26, 1964 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-26

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Elizabeth Simon Wed
to Dr. Robert Tam
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MRS. ROBERT TAM

In a candlelight ceremony Sun-
day evening at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek, Elizabeth Sue Simon became
the bride of Dr. Robert Tam. Offi-
ciating were Rabbis Morris Adler
and Irwin Groner.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Markus S. Simon of Long-
fellow Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Tam of Hollywood, Fla.
Alencon lace and tiny seed
pearls framed the sweetheart
neckline of the bride's ivory silk
peau de soie gown, which fell
into 'a cathedral train. A match-
ing open pillbox headpiece was
attached to her finger-tip veil.
She carried white orchids and
Stephanotis over her consecra-
tion Bible.

Maid of honor was Sally Masser-
man, and bridesmaids were Mes-
dames Sam Feig; Kenneth Jones,
sister of the bride; Herman Moehl-
man; and Phillip Shusterman.
Flower girls were Miriam Ruth
Simon and Silvia Simon, sisters of
the bride.
Donald Tam, the bridegroom's
brother, was best man. Ushers
were Dr. Leon Cogan, Sam Feig,
Kenneth Jones, brother-in-law of
the bride; and Dr. Ratibor Panto-
vich.
Following a honeymoon in the
Pocono Mountains and New York,
the couple will live in Detroit,
where the bridegroom will be in-
terning.

Marriages

Laurel Goldman Wed JDC Sets Up Israel
to Robert M. Swartz Retarded Children's

Women's Cluhs

Diagnostic Clinic

TUROVER LADIES AUXIL- BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
IARY will hold its annual fund- I AL CHAPTER, Pioneer Women,
raising luncheon and garden party installed the following officers at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home a reecnt dinner: Dorothy Biller,
of Mrs. Pearl Hoffman, 18225 president; Gertrude Linda and
Santa Rosa. Games and prizes will Ruth Silber, vice presidents; Ger-
be featured, and the public is in- trude Nusbaum and Henrietta
Barnett, secretaries; Pearl Nus-
vited.
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baum, treasurer; Mollie Goodman,
DETROIT LADIES OF AMER- dues; and Ava Horowitz, program
ICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT planning.
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DENVER will meet 12:30 p.m.
SISTERS OF ZION, Mizrachi, will
July 7 at the Jewish Center.
hold its victory luncheon and in-
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GLENNWOOD CHAPTER, Wo- stallation of officers noon Wednes-
men's American ORT, installed of- day at Holiday Manor. Mrs. Naomi
ficers in recent ceremonies. To as- Floch will install the following of-
sist Mrs. Edward Kagan in her ficers: Mesdames Morris Lachover,
second term as president, will be president; Pearl Gold, Harry Frid-
Mesdames Leroy Levitt, Sam enberg, Rose Bielewich, Esther
Flam, Seymour Rubenstein, Mel Sachs and Morris Finkelstein, vice
Sikor and Andrew Freidman, vice presidents; Milton Winston, treas-
presidents; Irving Hershman, Lar- urer; Morris Goldberg, David Ber-
ry Raizman and Gerald Corlin, man and Augusta Subar, secre-
secretaries; Marshall Shanbrom, taries; Abraham Kellum, Isaac Fax-
treasurer; and Seymour Manello, stein, and Milton Winston, mother
in Israel co-chairmen; and Rose
parliamentarian.
Whiteman and Meyer Beigler, JNF
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cochairmen.
INFANTS SERVICE GROUP
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will hold its first board meeting
FIDELITY LADIES CLUB will
noon Monday at Sholem Aleichem be entertained at cocktails 1 p.m.
Institute. Luncheon will be served. Monday at the home of Paula Stark,
A donation to the Lost Decibles, past president, 24542 George Wash-
for youngsters who are hard of ington, Southfield. For reservations,
hearing, was announce d, and call Mrs. Stark, EL 6-0205.
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transportation provided to the zoo
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS-
for children of Parkman School
TERHOOD a nn on uces the in-
for the mentally retarded.
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stallation of Mrs. II. Doiny as
PAULA STARK CLUB, Purity president. To assist her are Mes-
Chapter, Order of the Eastern dames M. Lehman, vice president;
Star, will hold its annual meeting M. Jacob, treasurer; and E. Ben-
and luncheon 12:30 p.m. Saturday net, 0. Kaufman and B. Selig,
at Howard Johnson's, Northwest- secretaries.
ern and Ten Mile Rd. For reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Stark, EL 6-0205. Jewish Librarians Meet
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NEW YORK (JTA)—The third
SHERUTH LEAGUE installed of- annual convention of the Jewish
ficers and board members for the
Library Association opened here
forthcoming year in recent cere-
for five days of sessions attended
monies. New officers are Mesdames
Samuel Winer, president; Louis by delegates from Jewish libraries
Freeman, Ben Gruskin and Mitch- in various parts of the United'
ell Kent, vice presidents; Phillip States and Canada.
Kopman, treasurer; and Philip Kap-
lan, Bernard Haydu, Max Shiener
and Samuel Braverman, secretaries.
* * *
DAVID HORODOKER YOUNG
WOMEN ORGANIZATION will hold
a garden emergency luncheon noon
Corsets-Brassieres
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Philip
Kutnick, 13201 Dartmouth, Oak
Expertly Fitted
Park. Hostesses will be Mesdames
20127
W. 7 MILE RD.
M. Berk, B. Baldwin, D. Davis and
538-5575
M. Gottlieb. For information call
Parking in Rear
Mrs. M. Weinstein, KE 5-5737.

MRS. ROBERT SWARTZ

Laurel Ann Goldman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Buck M. Gold-
man of Berkeley Rd., became the
bride of Robert M. Swartz, son
of the Charles E. Swartzes of
Toledo, Sunday afternoon at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The bride wore a white taf-
feta gown with Alencon lace
overlay. Janis Goldman was her
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Elizabeth Miller, Helene Rothen-
berg, Josette Cash, Janice Fred-
man and Linda Schwartz.
The bridegroom's brother, Jim- .
my, was his best man, and ushers
were Larrie Greenberg, Marshall
Shapiro, Donald Kaminsky, Joel
Swartz and Richard Goldman.
After a honeymoon in Miami
Beach, the couple will live in'
Ann Arbor, where the bridegroom
will complete his senior year of
medical school.

"Pray for the peace of Jerusa-
lem: they shall prosper that love
thee."—Psalm 122:6.

Israel's first diagnostic and as-
sessment center for mentally re-
tarded children opened last month
in the Tel Hashomer Hospital near
Tel Aviv.
The center, which is geared to
examine and assess some 300 re-
tarded children annually on an
out-patient basis, was established
jointly by the Israel Ministry of
Welfare and Malben, the JDC
program on behalf of handicapped
newcomers to Israel.
The center will sponsor a two-
year research project on genetic
and metabolic causes of mental
retardation. The project is being
sponsored by the Vocational Re-
habilitation Administration of the
U.S. Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare, which has is-
sued a grant of $72,430 for the
program. JDC-Malben contributed
an additional sum for improve-
ments and remodeling of the la-
boratory where the study will take
place. The project will attempt to
find a correlation between mental
retardation and heredity.

"Only fear the LORD, and serve
Him in truth with all your heart;
fo rconsider how great things He
hath don for you." — I Samuel
12:24.

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