Author of 'Everything But Money'
to Appear With Expert About Money
Taking an active part as chairmen of the various sessions for
"A Woman's World" conference at Shaarey Zedek April 11-12 are
(from left) Mesdames Neil Rosenthal, David Fishman, Abe Katz-
man, Joseph Deutch, Ben Safir and Nathan Shur.
Sam Levenson. nationally known in2 consumer matters. She is the
humorist, will be featured at Cong. author of several hooks, more than
Shaarey Zedek the first evening 100 published articles and a na-
of the sisterhood's two-day con- tionally syndicated column. and
ference, "A Woman's World," she frequently appears on radio
April 11 and 12.
Ticket holders are entitled to
Mrs. Charles A. Hamburger is
bring their husbands, an escort or .chairman of decorations for "A
guest, to the Sam Levenson pre- Woman's World. -
sentation 8:30 p.m. April 11.
Ticket information is available
At a Tuesday morning session. by phoning the sisterhood presi-
Margaret Dana, nationally syndi- dent. Mrs. Peter A. Martin, 883-
cated collmnist who operates a 2434; Mrs. Joseph Snider. chair-
COnsumer research center in Bucks man of tickets. 353 - 2920; or the
County, Pa., will include in her synagogue, 357-5544.
lecture some - new and sound ad-
MN. Marvin , FleLschman and
vice for women from well-seasoned Mrs. Albert Schweitzer are in
Wall Street investment counse- charge of the conference. Mrs.
Davis Benson is coordinator. Mrs.!
Other speakers will include Mrs. Hyman Safran is treasurer of the
Morris Adler; Dr. Peter Martin. conference, and Mrs. Gerald Bar-
psychoanalyst and author; Judith sky is secretary.
fashion humorist, and
Charles of the Ritz.
Guests will have an opportun-
ity at various times during both
days of the conference to view
the make-tip centers, the bouti-
que shopper, antique jewelry
counters, country store and book
stalls. Luncheon will be avail-
able both days. Mrs. Max Wein-
berg and Mrs. George Lerner
are co-chairmen of the gourmet
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MISS REBECCA ASH
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ash of
Sheffield Place. Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Rebecca to Clayton Jer-
ris, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Jerris of Windsor.
Miss Ash attended the Univer-
sity of Miami, where she was af-
filiated with Alpha Epsilon Phi
Margaret Dana is a professional Sorority. She now attends Wayne
consultant on consumer attitudes, State University. Her fiance at-
consumer problems and education. tended Ferris State College. where
She is frequently called upon to he was affiliated with Sigma
testify in the consumer interest be- Alpha Mu Fraternity.
A July 3 wedding is planned.
fore Congressional committees.
Federal Trade Commission hem- ,
ings and other conferences study-
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MRS. SIDNEY LINDE
Barbara Joan Gelb and Martin
Sidney Linde were united in mar-
riage Tuesday at Temple Israel.
Parents of the couple are Dr. and
Mrs. Seymour A. Gelb, 17580
Westland, Southfield, and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Linde, 18420 Lauder.
Dr. Leon Frain and Rabbi M.
Robert Syme officiated.
The bride chose a gown of silk
organza over peau de soie, with a
deep collar of hand-corded Alen-
con lace over an Empire bodice.
The gown had short sleeves, with
garlands of lace on the floor-length
skirt, and chapel-length mantilla
of silk illusion bordered in lace.
Mrs. Maynard Flusty, sister
Musicale to Be Part of Brandeis Women s
Spring Luncheon ; Mischakoff to Play
The annual spring meeting of
the Detroit Chapter, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Commit-
tee, will be held 12:30 p.m. April
19 at Franklin Hills Country Club.
Mrs. Milton Doner, chairman of
the nominating committee, will
present the slate -
of officers for
koff, violinist and
the Detroit Sym-
will be guest ar-
program, a sub-
eon will be serv-
ed for which re- Mischakoff
nervations are being taken by Mrs.
A. Alfred Taubman, 356-2899.
Guests are invited.
Mrs. Herbert Burdick, chapter
president, advises that the Wom-
en's Committee has accepted a
partnership in Brandeis Univer-
sity's vicennial goal. Through its
125 chapters in cities across the
nation, the Women's Committee
hopes to bring Brandeis Library
resources to a total of 1,000,000
volumes as soon as possible.
As Brandeis nears its 20th an-
of the bridegroom, served as
matron of honor. Mrs. Fredric
Miller and Mrs. Franklin Ellias
were bridesmaids. The flower
girl was Faith Lauren Hartz.
Harold Linde, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ushers
were Ronald Gelb, brother of the
bride, Maynard Flusty, Sanford
Bragman and Lawrence Wasser.
After a wedding trip to New
York, the couple will reside in
Lurie to Be Speaker
at Bond Reception
Author of "Everything But
Money." in addition to other pub-
lished writings, Levenson attended
Brooklyn College and Columbia
University. lie taught Spanish at
a high school in Brooklyn for 15
years and also served as guidance
counselor. As a lecturer, he is in
great demand by organizations
throughout the country.
Hail at Temple Israel
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Lin
22—Friday, March 31, 1967
SILBER-WAGONNER: Mr. and
Mrs. J. Roy Lane of Glenwood
Springs. Colo., announce the mar-
riage of Mrs. Lane's daughter,
Jean A. Waggoner. to Michael D.
Silber. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
J. Silber. 18655 Birchcrest, which
took place Saturday in Monterey,
Calif. Miss Wagonner is also the
daughter of Mr. David Shepherd of
Valdosta, Ga. The couple will make
their home at 27155 Hoover, War-
ren, following their wedding trip.
I Robert Lurie, prominent Jewish ,
communal leader, will be the guest I
speaker at a leadership reception
to be hosted April 11 by Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Goldman, in their home,-
13240 Burton, Oak Park. in ad-
vance of the Israel Bond cham-
Lurie is well known in the fields
of advertising and public relations
and is a renowned radio and tele-
vision writer, director and pro-
ducer. Ile is a former national
director of the Bnai Brith War
Service Department and a reci-
pient of the Jewish War Veterans
Achievement Award. He is the
Missouri state chairman and mem-
ber of the midwest board of di-
rectors of the Israel Bond Organi-
The champagne dinner-dance is
being sponsored by the Sliaarit
Ilaplaytah, the Zionist Revisionists
of Detroit, United Jewish Social
Club, Workmen's Circle Branch
227 and Radomer Mutual Society
'Shows With Everything'
Scheduled in Southfield
"The Shows That Have Every-
thing," the second semi-annual an-
tique show, will be held 1-10 p.m.
April 5-7 at Knights of Columbus
Twenty-seven dealers from all
over the country will exhibit an-
tiques, furniture, jewelry, china,
glass and primitives. Two gift cer-
tificates will be given daily.
Also featured will be a rare
collection of art glass worth well
Rabbi MORTON M. KANTER of
Rabbi MORDECAI K IRS H- Temple Beth El, will represent the
BLUNT. member of the executive Jewish Chautauqua Society as lec-
of the Jewish Agency for Israel, turer at Owosso College, April 12.
will open the 1967 campaign of He will speak in two assemblies,
the Argentine Keren Hayesod, the one at 9:15 a.m. on the subject
j fund-raising arm of the World "Our Common Religious Heritage"
Zi onist Organization, in Buenos and the other at 7 p.m. on the sub-
ject "What We Jews Believe."
L. Sacher, president of the uni-
Book fund contributions may be
made by calling Mrs. Farber, 356-
Mrs. Jay W. Allen, vice presi-
dent of projects, and general
chairman of the "New Books for
Old" Sale to be held at Northland
Center May 4-8 advises that at
least 20,000 more books are still
needed to make this sale a finan-
Books in every category, bard
and paperbacks, in good condi-
tion are needed. Those unable
to deliver books to Mrs. Allen
at 19455 Burlington, may ar-
range for pick-up service, DI
Mrs. Lawrence Weiner, UN 2-
4873, chairman of library volun-
teers, states that volunteers are
still needed. Workers are asked to
work one hour, one day weekly.
Matured Israel Bonds
A total of approximately $170,-
000,000 was paid out as of the end
of 1966 on Israel Bonds which ma-
tured, and an additional $24,000,000
is scheduled to be paid out during
1967. The first Israel Bonds ma-
tured on May 1, 1963.
niversary and launches a $46,-
000,000 campaign, the Women's
Committee is pledging to raise
S1,400,000 of that goal for lib-
In recognition of Brandeis Uni-
versity's vicennial goal, a special
book plate has been created and
will be available at the spring
meeting under the direction of
Mrs. Bernard Farber, vice presi-
dent of book fund. All special
book plate purchasers will be eli-
gible for a prize, a new book writ-
ten and autographed by Abram
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