Vows Are Exchanged
Akiva PTA to Hear Review of James Michener Novel
activities in Society
William Gershenson, Detroit chairman of Project HOPE, and Dr.
Herbert J. Bloom, oral surgeon and vice chairman of HOPE's national
medical advisory committee, were taken on a personally conducted
tour of the white hospital ship, S.S. HOPE, with Dr. William B. Walsh,
founder and president of the project. Mr. Gershenson and Dr. Bloom
were on hand to bid the ship and its medical staff Detroit's bon
voyage shortly before its departure Jan. 9. During the next 10 months
the S.S. HOPE will be assisting the people of Nicaragua with their
problems of health by training local medical personnel in the latest
advancement in American medicine.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss, 2005g Stansbury, have as houseguests
this week their great uncle and great aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hall
of East Troy, Wis. Mr. Hall, a former Detroiter, is in town to attend
the Bar Mitzvah of his great-great nephew, Edward Glassman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glassman of Turner Ave.
MRS. MICHAEL WEINGARDEN
Linda Jean Cohen and Dr.
Michael Allan Weingarden were
recently united in marriage at a
candlelight ceremony in the Grand
Ballroom of the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. Rabbi Milton Arm and. Can-
tor Simon Bermanis officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Cohen of North-
lawn Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Weingarden of Sorrento Ave.
The bride wore a long-sleeve,
floor-length, princess-line gown of
silk peau de soie with a Sabrina
neckline and long sleeves of
Duchess lace bands. Her matching
train was attached at the should-
ers. A cap of matching lace held
the chapel-length veil of silk illu-
Sandra Zollman served as maid-
of honor. Bridesmaids were Jo-
anne Saperstein and Linda Silvers.
Brother of the bridegroom, Dr.
Terry Weingarden, served as best
man. Ushers were Robert Cohen,
brother of the bride, David Saper-
stein, Dr. Leonard Lochover and
After a honeymoon in Mexico
City and Acapulco, the couple will
reside on Crooks Rd., Royal Oak.
ARNOLD WALD, a prominent
Jewish attorney and professor of
jurisprudence at the University of
Rio de Janeiro, has been appointed
by Governor Negrao de Lima of
the Province of Guanabara as
prosecutor of the province, which
includes the city of Rio De Janeiro.
Wald, 35, is the son of immigrant
parents from Warsaw.
Dr. Israel M. Biderman of New
York, national director of the
youth and education department
of the Jewish National Fund of
America, and a member of the
tive of Farband
L.Z.O., will ad-
dress the Detroit
annual JNF event
p.m. at the Labor
who has become
popular as a hu-
morist, will be
master of cere-
Dancers' Guild of
the Jewish Com-
of Harriet Berg, Dr. Biderman
will be featured in a series of
The program will be part of Jew-
is National Fund Month in Michi-
gan, which began Jan. 22, with the
first day of the Hebrew month of
Shevat, and will continue until
Feb. 20. It will also serve as a
culmination of a number of Lands-
manshaften activities in behalf of
the JNF program of land reclama-
tion in Israel. Refreshments will
Dr. Biderman, a native of Po-
land, is graduate of the University
of Warsaw and the Institute of
Higher Jewish Learning. Arriving
in the U.S. in 1950, he assumed
By BENNETT CERF
RESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON tells of a day when his
brilliant political career was just dawning and he was
seeking to win favor with his rural Texas audience by em-
phasizing the beauties of
its landscapes. He started
with the beautiful piny
woods of East Texas,
moved lovingly through
the bluebonnets and out
to the plains and down
the hill country to the
Gulf Coast and back to
the piny woods where he
started all over again.
When he got going on his
third time around, an ex-
asperated little cuss in
the back of the hall hol-
lered, "Say, Lyndon, the
next time you pass
through Lubbock, how about letting me off?"
Studied insult department: Alexander Woollcott, after listen-
ing to an interminable torrent of self-praise from a garrulous
lady of the stage, finally interrupted to snarl, "Pardon me, but
both my legs have gone to sleep. Do you mind if I join them '
THAT'S NEW ENGLAND:
"In the spring in New England I have counted 136 different
kinds of weather inside of 24 hours."—Mark Twain.
"Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes."—Henry
"The only tourist we don't like is the kind who comes with a
five-dollar bill and a clean. shirt and never changes either one."
"The most serious charge which can be brought against New
England is not Puritanism but February."I—Joseph W. Krutch.
"Marriage is a damnably serious business—particularly around
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Rabbi Paneth, formerly spiritual
leader of Bnai Israel Synagogue, is
a staff member with the Jewish
Center adult educational division
and serves on the educational ad-
visory committee of the Akiva.
Hebrew Day School.
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Shop Sunday, 12 to 5 p.m.
Dr. I. M. Biderman, JNF Youth Head,
to Be Landsmanshaft Speaker Jan. 27
Try and Stop Me
The PTA of Akiva Hebrew Day
School will meet 8 p.m. Monday
at the Labor Zionist Institute to
hear Rabbi Isaac Paneth review
"The Source" by James Mitchen-
ET. A social hour will follow, and
PTA business will be discussed.
the post of consultant to the Jew-
ish Education Committee in New
York, was the director of the New
York City Folk Schools and joined
the JNF in 1958. He received his
doctorate in Hebrew Culture - and
Education at New York University.
He is a member of the administra-
tive committee of American Sec-
tion of the World Jewish Congress,
and of the Brith Ivrit Olamit and
Ichud Olami, and is the author of
books and articles on Jewish liter-
ary and historical subjects.
Harry Kaminer, chairman of the
committee of Landsmanshaften for
JNF, will open the meeting. Mem-
bers of the committee are J. Bal-
beror, Louis Bassin, Sam Belkin,
A. E. Betensky, Abe Boesky, Israel
Burnstein, Louis H. Cohan, Israel
Finkelstone, Harry Gonte, Ben
Grant, Benjamin Halpern, Julius
Honeyman, Joshua Joyrich, Philip
Kaplan, William Keller, Philip Le-
vine, Louis S. Lifshitz; and Mes-
dames A. London, Jack Ormond,
Sam Rubin, Sol Rubin, Mrs. S.
Sborow, Bert Seedberg, Morris
Sklar, I. Sosnick and Nathan Wiss.
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or trip, packs beautifully
and always looks fresh
Fashioned in black or
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On the Air
This Week's Radio and
ETERNAL LIGHT - RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: "The Guardian Angel
of Genessee County," by Marc
Siegel will dramatize the story of
an angel and the circumstances
under which he brings a rabbi to
heaven for reassignment.
* * *
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Feature: Edwin Shifrin, member
to the executive board of the Jew-
ish Community Council, hosts "Do
You Have An Ending?" in the
final program of this community
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Selections by Cantor
Pierre Pinchik will be heard as
part of a series on great cantors.
Cantor Harold Orbach will com-
ment on the man and his per-
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "The Sound of Other
Drums" will be the topic for re-
flection by Rabbi Maurice Eisen-
drath, president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
My people and I have come to
an agreement that satisfies us
both. They are to say what they
please, and I am to do what I
please.—Ascribed to Frederick the
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