Judge McCree, Immigration Body
to Receive Amity Awards at Dinner
U. S. District Judge Wade H.
McCree will be honored at a spe-
cial community dinner 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday when he will receive
the 19th annual Amity Award of
the Detroit Women's Division of
Carter Jay Ross Weds
Noreen Elaine Moss
MRS. CARTER ROSS
The Kingsley Inn Hotel was the
setting for the recent marriage of
Noreen Elaine Moss, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moss of Hart
St., Huntington Woods, and Carter
Jay Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Ross of W. Outer Dr. Offi-
ciating at the ceremony was Rabbi
The bride wore a full-length
Empire Bianchi gown of peau de
soie with three-quarter length
sleeves and a detachable train.
Matching pearl-embroidered and
Alencon lace appliques adorned
the bodice and crown with flowing
Mrs. Lawrence Rattner was her
sister's matron of honor. Judith
Deborah Moss, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor. Serving as
bridesmaids were Monica Hope
Ross, sister of the bridegroom;
Linda Beth Katz and Phyllis Jean
Nolan Forrest Ross, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man.
Ushers were Don Miles Ross,
brother of the bridegroom; Leon-
ard Barry Moss, brother of the
bride; Lawrence William Rattner;
and Bradley Hall Carlins of
Spring Antique Show - Sale
the American Jewish Congress at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
The award is presented each
year in recognition of outstanding
commitment by a member of the
greater Detroit community to the
improvement of inter-group rela-
In announcing the award earlier,
the Right Rev. Richard S. Emrich,
bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of
Michigan and chairman of the
Amity Award judges committee,
cited Judge McCree's life-long in-
volvement in the cause of civil
Judge McCree currently is chair-
man of the Detroit Higher Educa-
tion Opportunities Committee.
In addition, the Amity Award
judges committee named the Mich-
MRS. TERRY ROSEN
igan Committee on Immigration to
receive a special award for its
Lynn Mellin and Terry
part in gaining passage of the new
immigration act signed into law Howard Rosen exchanged wedding
by President Johnson last Octo- vows Sunday evening in a double-
ring ceremony at Bnai Moshe
The Rev. Harry L. Wolf, ex- Synagogue, with Rabbi Lehrman
ecutive director of Lutheran officiating.
The bride is the daughter of
Social Services of Michigan and
chairman of the Michigan Com- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mellin of
mittee on Immigration, will ac- Park Ave., Oak Park. Her fiance
cept the award on behalf of his is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Rosen of Ardmore Ave.
committee at the ceremonies.
The bride's gown was of peau
Presentation of the Special Am-
ity Award to Dr. Wolf will be de soie with rounded neckline and
made by Dr. Leon Fram, rabbi of long, tapered sleeves. The natural
Temple I s r a e l and 1964 Amity waistline was appliqued in hand-
corded Alencon lace. Garlands of
William T. Gossett, Detroit at- matching lace decorated the floor-
torney and recipient in 1955, will length skirt and chapel train.
Attendants to the bride were
present the award to Judge Mc-
Mrs. Marilyn Olshansky, matron
The event is open to the public. of honor; Sheila Mellin, sister of
Tickets are available at the Amer- the bride, maid of honor; Roberta
ican Jewish Congress office, WO Fleisher and Mrs. Donald Better-
Serving the bridegroom as best
The 19th annual Amity Award
chairman is Mrs. Benjamin J. Safir. man was Norman Rosen. Ushers
Her co-chairmen are Mrs. William were Dave Feinberg of California,
Gary Fre•kel, Dave Olshansky and
Burk and Mrs. Sallan Lurie.
Susan Goldberg Bride
Plan Inaugurated of Ronald Paul Layne
"Michigan Bankard," Michi-
gan's first all-purpose charge card
plan honored in more than 275
communities across the state,
began operations Tuesday.
Frank Shumway, manager of
the charge plan, announced that
nearly 200,000 Michigan residents
received their charge cards to be
used in more than 5,600 member
establishments all across the state.
There are no membership fees
or dues and no service charge
when the cardholder pays his bill
within 25 days of the statement
date. If the cardholder prefers, he
can budget his payments by paying
as little as 10 per cent each month
plus a small service charge on the
All record-keeping, billing and
collecting will be processed by the
Michigan Bankard center. Only
cost to merchants using the plan
will be a small annual fee and
charge ticket discount.
The local banks participating
in the operation of Michigan Bank-
ard are Michigan Bank, Livonia
National, Troy National and Oak-
land National in Southfield.
The annual Detroit Spring An-
tique Show-Sale will be held March
10-13 at the Light Guard Armory
on East 8 Mile. This year's show
will have dealers from eight differ-
ent states bringing everything
imaginable, from jewelry to fur-
The highlight of the show will
be the Appraisal Booth, where the
public can have their antiques
valued for a fee of $1 per item,
with the profits being donated to
Riverside Civic Fund. Maurice
Green, of Glasgow, Scotland, whose
family has been in the antique
business for over 40 years, and
Godfrey Moars, of Toronto, On-
tario, who has his own shop—the
Lincoln Imp—in St. Catherines,
The busiest men have the most
will do the appraising.
leisure. — Amer. proverb.
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SATURDAY 11:30 A.M. to 3 P.M.
SUNDAY 2:00 to 9:00 P.M.
Under Supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Purim Appeal Issued by JNF
The Jewish National Fund again
has issued a call to synagogues
in Detroit and out-state to conduct
the traditional Purim appeal for
Shalach Monos to the JNF for
land reclamation and the plant-
ing of trees in Israel.
The call, addressed to spiritual
and lay leaders of synagogues,
was issued by Phillip Stoliman
and Harry Cohen, co-chairmen of
the JNF religious group com-
Purim this year will begin with
the reading of Megillath Esther in
all synagogues this Saturday eve-
ning. The Megillah reading will
be repeated Sunday morning.
Rabbis have informed the JNF
that they will dedicate their
Saturday morning sermons preced-
ing Purim to the work of Jewish
The JNF administration also
announces a pilgrimage to Israel
for this summer for the formal
dedication, July 4, of the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest, and its
monument. This pilgrimage will
give an opportunity to individuals
and organizations to see their own
special projects, which they have
set up through JNF,
Chief Justice Earl G. Warren
will head the pilgrimage and mem-
bers of the Kennedy family will
join in the ceremonies, in which
the Israeli government will also
participate. The Detroit JNF office
has full details for those in-
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Pioneer Women Tour
ISRAEL and EUROPE
MRS. RONALD LAYNE
Susan Elaine Goldberg, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Goldberg,
1880 Lincolnshire, w a s recently
married to Ronald Paul Layne, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Layne,
4210 Ithaca, Oak Park.
The double-ring ceremony was
performed in the home of the
bride's parents, where Rabbi Leon
The bride wore a suit of peau
de soie, the sleeveless shell en-
crusted with seed pearls, crystals,
and sequins in rosebud design. She
held roses, Stephanotis and ivy.
In the wedding party were Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Goldberg, Joel
and Erwin Layne and Mr. and
Mrs. David Layne, brothers and
sisters-in-law of the bridal couple.
for Terry Rosen, Bride
Also in the party were the bride's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Israel
Korn, and the bridegroom's grand-
mother, Mrs. Bessie Rodner.
Following a trip to the Concord
Hotel, the newlyweds will reside in
Forest Hills, N.Y.
It was bound to happen. One of
the suburban stores is opening a
downtown branch — The Eaton
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