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May 21, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-21

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Judith Band Is Wed
to Richard Lee Korner

German Labor Delegation Here
Acclaims Bonn-Israel Meeting

A delegation of nine West Ger-
man labor leaders, visiting here
on May 1 as guests of the German
Consul. Dr. Wolfram R. Hucke,
expressed enthusiasm over the
completed negotiations between
Bohn and Israel for the establish-
ment, on that day, of diplomatic
relations between the two coun-
tries.
"At last!" is the manner in
which the visiting unionists de-
scribed their feelings about the
completed arrangements to ex-
change envoys.
Willi Richter of Hamburg was
especially vehement in his enthus-
iastic acclaim over the new friend-
ly pact.
Wilhelm Haferkamp Gerhard
MRS. RICHARD KOMER
Vater of Duesseldorf were simi-
Judith Band and Richard Lee larly pleased and said that the
Komer were married in a recent pact echoes the feelings of all
ceremony at the Sheraton-Cadillac labor leaders and the labor ranks•
Hotel. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and
Haferkamp expressed the
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
opinion that the youth of Ger-
many will never tolerate an un-
Parents of the couple are Mr.
democratic regime. He conceded
and Mrs. Herman Band of Vic-
that education of the implica-
toria Ave., Huntington Woods, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Komer of tions of the Nazi horrors will be
a long-term process, but he said
Northlawn Ave.
The bride wore a silk organza that what had happened so tra-
gically will never recur. The
gown with a sabrina neckline and
sentiments of the other mem-
short sleeves of corded laced Her
sheath skirt had motifs of corded bers of the delegation also were
Alencon lace, and it had a detach-
able chapel train.
Mrs. Norman Rotter and Bunny
Band, the bride's sisters, served
as matron and maid of honor, re-
spectively. Bridesmaids were
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kanat will be
Shelley Komer, the bridegroom's the guests of honor at the Israel
sister, Bonnie Green of St. Peters- 17th anniversary celebration spon-
burg, Beverly Green of Rye, N.Y., sored by the Bereznitzer Aid So-
and Melvy Erman.
ciety, Thursday, May 27, 8:30 p.m.,
Robert Komer, the bridegroom's in the Sholem Aleichem Institute,
brother, served as best man. 19350 Greenfield.
Ushers were Norman Rotter, Jef-
The guest speaker will be Rob-
frey Band, Larry Jackier, Richard ert Lurie of St. Louis, public re-
Traitel and Spencer Partridge.
lations consultant of the A•erica-
Following a Toronto honey-
moon, the couple will live on W.
Farnum Ave., Royal Oak,

Bereznitzer Fete
to Honor Kanats

Synagogue, Churches
Join 'Project Neighbor'

Members of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue and Mayflower Congrega-
tional Church will join the parish-
ioners of Gesu Parish in "Project
Neighbor," a communitywide open
house to take place 2:30 to 5:30
p.m. Sunday.
All North Livernois-area resi-
dents are invited to tour the land-
mark at McNichols and Oak Dr.
Host is Rev. John C. Schwartz,
S. J., who will extend an official
welcome at 4 p.m. in the school
gymnasium. Gesu parishioners
will act as guides.

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The affair will welcome back
the Kanats from their trip to
Israel. They have been leaders of
the Bereznitzer Society for many
years and also active in the corn-
munity.
The master of ceremonies will
be their son, Dr. Irvin 0. Kanat.
There will be songs and dances
by the Sabra Trio and Israeli
champagne and refreshments will
be served, hosted by the Kanats.
Meyer Terebelo is president and
Mrs. Nathan Rose, vice president,
of the Bereznitzer Aid Society.
The program is provided through
the courtesy of the Detroit Israel
Bond Committee. All members
and their friends are invited.

Open House Arranged
at Akiva Day School

Akiva Day School which begins
its second year of operation in
September, will hold open house
for parents and interested visitors
from 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. A tour
of classes will begin the program,
then parents will have the oppor-
tunity to meet with the principal,
Rabbi Manfred Pick, for questions
and discussion.
Registration is open to kinder-
garten and first grade only. A
summer tutorial program will be
available for potentially qualified
students eligible for grades 2 6.
Akiva PTA will sponsor a cof-
fee hour following the tour. Mrs.
Dave Dombey and Mrs. Charles
Levi are co-chairmen.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, May 21, 1965

PITTSBURGH — Calling Israel's
progress since 1948 "one of the
wonder stories of our day," John
F. Hening, U.S. under secretary of
labor, decribed Israel Bonds as
"the sinews of survival" in an ad-
dress at a Labor-Israel Bond din-
ner.
The occasion was a tribute to
Justice Michael A. Musmanno of
the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
in recognition of his friendship
for and support of the State of
Israel.

that Nazism is dead.
Haferkamp said that whenever
a neo-Nazi publication appears

with a statement akin to Nazism
the united forces of labor con-
demn all evidences of bigotry.
Other members of the delega-
tion, all of whom were guests at
Dr. Hucke's home, 725 Grand
Marais, Grosse Pointe Park, were
from Frankfurt, Hamburg and
Hanover.
Commenting on developments
in Israel, where he had visited
several years ago, Haferkamp
spoke out strongly against the
Arab states and said Nasser is a
fascist.
Several other members of the
delegation had visited Israel and
some are planning trips there
this year.

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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "A Conversation with
Maurice Edelman,". the second in
the series "Conversations with Dis-
tinguished Men of Our Time," will
be presented. Edelman, British
MP, president of the Anglo-Jewish
Association and a political novel-
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Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2 and WJBK.
Feature: "Women in Israel," a
conversation between Mrs. "Eliahu
Navi, wife of the mayor of Beer-
sheba, and Joseph Edelman, for-
mer director of the culture com-
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Council of Metropolitan Detroit,
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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Asian Music Festival."
a concert featuring Yemenite, Ara-
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Dr. Abraham J. Feld-
man of Cong. Beth Israel in Hart-
ford, Conn. will speak on "Is One
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Jewish Folk Chorus
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Harvey Schreibman will direct
the Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus
in its 40th anniversary concert
8 p.m. Sunday at the Scottish
Rite Cathedral, Masonic Temple.
Celebrating 100 years of Jew-
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Former conductors Nathan and
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