Martin Newman Reds Ronald Keys Marries
Annette Gail Schneider Sharon Gail Gaines
Friday, August 19, 1966-25
Sherman-Peters Vows THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Spoken at Beth Aaron JNF Distributes High Holy Day Stamps
High Holy Day stamps tradition-
ally placed on synagogue admission
cards again will be distributed by
the Jewish National Fund, accord-
ing to Judge Burton R. Shifman,
Detroit JNF Council president.
Synagogue ticket committees
have been requested to utilize
the special JNF stamps sent to
them to decorate their holiday
admission tickets by Phillip Stoll-
man and Harry Cohen, co-chair-
men of the religious groups com-
Stollman and Cohen laid partic-
ular stress on the key role which
circumstances have designated the
JNF to play in the life of Israel
today. "It is essential to the State's
future that the Fund has the nee-
, MRS. MARTIN NEWMAN
MRS. RONALD KEYS
Martin Newman married Ann-
ette Gail Schneider Sunday in a
ceremony at Beth Shalom Syna-
gogue. Rabbi _Mordecai Halpern
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Schneider, 18280
Stratford, Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Newthan,, 25541 Col-
leen, Oak Park.
The bride chose an Empire- ,
shaped gown of champagne silk
organza trimmed with Alencon
lace and with attached cathedral-
length train. She carried two or-
chids on her Bible.
Lauren Levine served as maid
of honor. Mrs. Frank Tencer, the
groom's sister, Mrs. Seymour New-
man, Renee Kahn, Elizabeth Dum-
mond, and Anita Schneider, were
Seymour Newman served his
brother as best man. Ushers were
Dr. Leroy Newman, the bride-
groom's brother, Steven Schneider,
the bride's brother, Paul Brooken-
thal and Sheldon Brown.
, Sherry Newman was the flower
The couple took a honeymoon,
trip to New York City and the
Buffalo Federation Drive
Reaches Goal First Time
BUFFALO (JTA) — Volunteers
of the United Jewish Fund boosted
their campaign over the top with
a total of $867,180 raised, general
chairman Mel. R. Rosen reported.
The goal was $867,000. The sum of
$826,000 was raised last year.
This is the first time that the
UJF has reached its established
goal. A total of 12,120 contributors
participated in the drive with an
average gift of $71.55.
LIGHT the WAY
MRS. JOEL SHERMAN
Sharon Gail Gaines and Ronald
Barry Keys were united in mar-
Margo Peters and Joel Sherman
riage Sunday at Beth Aaron Syna- were united in marriage recently
gogue. Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorre- in an evening ceremony at Beth
Aaron Synagogue. Rabbi Benja-
Parents of the couple • are Mrs. min Gorrelick officiated.
Philip Gaines, 20531 Plainview,
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and the late Mr. Philip Gaines and and Mrs. Nathan Peters of Park-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Keys, 18213 lawn Rd., Oak Park, and Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Sherman of Denning-
The bride wore an Empire._ ton Ave.
style gown with an Alencon lace
Ruth Lipsitz served as maid of
bodice. She carried two orchids
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
on her confirmation Bible.
Ronald Morrison, Marlene Cohen,
Marilyn Nelson served as maid Beverly Mutchnick and Andrea
of honor. Dr. Marshal Keys, broth- Sherman, Cheryl and Bertha Pe-
er of the bridegroom, was best ters, sisters of the bride, served
as junior bridesmaids.
After a honeymoon trip to Cape
Best man was William Peters,
Cod and the East Coast, the couple brother of the bride. Jack Haking,
will reside on Schaefer Rd.
—Fred Safran, Errol Sherman and
Lawrence Peters, brother of the
bride, served as ushers. Jeffrey
Sherman served as junior usher.
After a honeymoon in Miami,
,the couple will reside in Detroit.
Neil H. ()hum toMany
Judith Gail Schwartz
Slated at Chelsea
MISS JUDITH SCHWARTZ
Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz,
23661 Radclift, Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Judith Gail to Neil
Howard Okum, son of Mrs. Jo
Okum, 24728 Scotia, Oak Park.
Miss Schwartz attends Wayne
State University. Her fiance at-
tended Wayne and is now at
the University of Detroit Dental
The couple plans a July 2
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The Criterion Club, organization
for single adults, ends its season
of summer out-door activities with
a beach Tarty and picnic Sunday
at Pontiac Lake Recreation Area.
Members and friends will as-
semble at the public parking lot
at Stoepel near 7 Mile at 11 a.m.
Joning with others from Cleve-
land, Buffalo, Rochester, Toronto,
and other cities within a radius of
300 miles, the Criterion Club mem-
bership will journey to Toledo's
Town House, where, on Sept. 2, 3,
and 4, the convention of single
people will celebrate the annual
"Holiday Mingle" with swimming,
pool-side game s, entertainment,
banquet, and a grand ball.
Details may be obtained by phon-
ing Sally Sidran, 864-8641.
, The event will precede the or-
ganization's public-program "open
house" Sept. 8. at the Common-
wealth Branch Bank meeting hall,
and Criterion's first Yom Kippur
Nite Ball Sept. 24.
The annual seminar of Farband
Labor Zionist Order District 6 will
close with a week-end program at
Farband Camp, Chelsea, today
This morning, Menashe Unger,
on the staff of the Day-Morning
Journal and author of numerous
books on Hasidism, was scheduled
to speak on "Humor in Hasidic
This evening at an. oneg Shab-
bat, Dr. Zvi Yehuda, rabbi and
instructor at the College of Jewish
Studies in Cleveland, will speak
on "The Sabbath and the Dignity
Yiddish actor Benjamin Fish-
bein, will recite and perform ex-
cerpts from Sholem Aleichem and
other gems of Yiddish Literature.
Rabbi Yehuda will speak on
"Moral Concepts of Talmudic
Law" Saturday morning and that
evening, a banquet and concert
Will feature Fishbein, Cantor Reu-
ven Frankel of Shaarey Zedek, his
wife Peninah on the halil and pian-
ist Bella Goldberg. Louis -Levine
will conduct community singing.
Morris Fisher, associate secretary
of Farband from New York, will
be guest speaker.
For reservations, call Emanuel
Mark, director, Farband Camp,
Chelsea, 475-3231,- or the Detroit
essary and additional funds to con-
tinue and expand its vital develop-
ment tasks," they stated.
They have asked ticket commit-
tees to call UN 4-2767, or write
the JNF office, 18414 Wyoming, if
they have not yet received their
supply of, or require additional,
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League held at Western Kentucky
Lauree Moss. of Detroit, was
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Louisville, Ky., treasurer.
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