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July 07, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aaron-Gilbert Rites
Siegrist Held at Temple Israel
Mr.
and
31r. and 311s. Franklin
Honevmoon in :11exico
(in Trip in Bahamas

18—Friday, July 7, 1967

Phillip Stollman in Israel for Bar-Ilan

called, with Dr. Joseph Lookstein
Phillip Stollman, national chair-
during
man of the American Committee presiding. It will be held
the coming week.
for Bar-Ilan University, left
Thursday on a special mission to
The Knone Falls in Laos is 6.7
Israel.
Stollman said that urgent needs miles wide.
to assure the continued activities
of Bar - Ilan University necessiate
Music the Stein-Way
deliberations. A confer-
special
ence of Bar - Ilan leaders has been

DICK STEIN

& ORCHESTRA

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National and Local Talent

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MRS. FREDERICK AARON

MRS. HOWARD SIEGRIST

MRS. JERRY FRANKLIN

Edee Eaton. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Eaton of Huntington
1:1.. Huntington Woods, and Jerry
Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Franklin of Sylvan Ct., Oak Park,
were married recently at Temple
Ewa nu-El Rabbi Milton Rosen-

baum officiated.

After a Bahamas honeymoon. the
couple will live in Royal Oak.
The bride wore a prineess-line,
of tiers of hand-
floor - lene.t'l gown
Alencon lace appliqued
corded
with pearls of crystal beads. The
bodice was accented by a square
neck and short sleeves. The attach-
ed watteau train was of the same
length as the chapel veil fitted to
a bonnet of matching lace. She
carried a cascade of gardenias.
Mrs. Gary Eaton was matron
Bridesmaids were
of honor.
Laura Katzman, Judy Fleischer
and Donna Weingarten.
Murray Franklin. brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were Gary Eaton. brother
of the bride. Niel Nowene and Bob
Franklin.

Cheese

Carole Lynn Weinberg, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Grace Weinberg of
Freeland Ave. and the late Mr.
Weinberg, and Howard Sheldon
Siegrist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
rill Siegrist of Southfield Rd.,
Southfield, were married recently
at the Raleigh House. Dr. Leon
Fram officiated.
The bride wore an Alencon lace
gown over a taffeta skirt with
flowering panels encrusted with
seed pearls and crystal beads and
a sweetheart neck line.
Matron of honor were Sharon
Gold, sister of the bride and
Laurel Pass of Hollywood. Viv-
ian Linder of Beverly Hills was
bridesmaid. Carol-Ann Weinberg
and Sharon Steinman were
bridesmaids. Debbie and Laurie
Gold of Hollywood were flower
girls.
Gene Siegrist, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were Laurence Weinberg,
brother of the bride. Daniel Silver-
farb and Arnold M. Gold.
After a Mexico honeymoon. the
couple will live in Los Angeles.

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Thousands of employers in the
Detroit area, suppliers of goods
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Prof. Richard Ellmann, son of
and services to denominational
Judge and Mrs. James I. Ellmann,
institutions,
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signed
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mitment" fornis pledging them-
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selves to hire and promote per-
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professor of English at Yale Uni-
discrimination. To make the
versity. his appointment to become
program more effective, Project
effective July 1, 1968.
Equality is now undertaking con-
Prof. Ellmann, considered the
tacts with the separate religious
foremost Yeats and Joyce scholar,
institutions to aid them in taking
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edited
and
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Born in Highland Park, he is
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a Yale graduate, holds a degree
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Above Specials Good July 7 thry July 13
since 1951.
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Joan Barbara Gilbert, daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Gilbert
of Warrington Dr., and Frederick
Harold Aaron, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Aaron of Mendota Ave.
were united in marriage last week
at Temple Israel. Rabbi M. Robert
Syme officiated.
The bride wore an Empire-bodice
gown of silk organza over peau de
soie. The floor-length skirt and
chapel train were appliqued in
borders of Duchess lace. Her man-
tilla was bordered in matching
lace.
Mrs. Martin Goode served as ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were
Deborah K a y n e and Margaret
Mazer.
Mrs. Louis Aaron, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were Robert Gilbert,
brother of the bride, Robert Kosak
and Dennis Littky.
After a Toronto honeymoon, the
couple will live in Oak Park.

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