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September 01, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-01

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Rose-Forman Nuptials Beth Abraham Sept. 24 Bond Dinner
Held at Beth Abraham for Ben Siegal; Reception Is Planned



MRS. S. MONROE ROSE

Sharon Gail Forman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Forman
of Chapel Ave., became the bride
of S. Monroe Rose in an evening
ceremony at Cong. Beth Abraham,
with Rabbi Israel Halpern and
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman officiat-
ing. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rose of
Montrose Ave.
The bride designed her gown
with a fitted Chantilly lace bodice,
scalloped neckline and long,
pointed sleeves. The full, silk
organza skirt was graced with lace
appliques, and a chapel train of
matching lace and organza fell
from a bow at her shoulders. She
carried orchids and Stephanotis
on a prayer book. Her petal-shaped
headpiece of lace and seed pearls
held a shoulder-length veil.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Sanford Guss, sister of the bride.
Bridesmaids were Muriel Green-
spon of New York, Myrna Rose,
sister of the bridegroom, and
Rene Geller of Toronto.
Arthur Mendelson of Toronto
was best man, and ushers were
Sanford Guss, Kenneth Geller of
Toronto and Milton Zaft.
The couple honeymooned in
Canada.

Marriages

DAVIS-KRITZER: Joyce Diane
Kritzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford J. Kritzer of Scotia Ave.,
Oak Park, and Stuart Michael
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
D. Davis of Stratford Dr., South-
field, were married Thursday at
Temple Israel, Rabbi M. Robert
Syme officiated. The newlyweds
will reside in Royal Oak.
• • •
LEVITT-SIMS: In a noon cere-
mony Sunday at the Pontchartrain
Hotel, Barbara Joan Sims and
David Alan Levitt were married.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Milton H. Sims of Oak Dr. and the
Julius Levitts of Montmartre Ct.,
Oak Park. After a week in Glou-
cester, Mass., the couple will live
in Cambridge.

Ben Siegal, who has held every
key office at Beth Abraham, in-
cluding the presidency, will be the
guest of honor at the Cong. Beth
Abraham Israel victory dinner,
6:30 p.m., Sept.
24, in the Social
hall, it was an-
nounced by Hen-
ry Thumin, pres-
ident.
Guest star at
the affair, on be-
half of Israel
Bonds, will be
Rivka Raz, star
of the Israel in-
Siegal
telligence corps,
will be guest speaker.
Siegal, who will be honored as

Beth Abraham Man of the Year,
has been active in the congregation
for 30 years. Born in Galicia, he
spent his childhood in Manchester,
England, and came to Detroit in
1914. He has been active in the
Israel Bond campaign for a number
of years.
Coming to Detroit 53 years ago,
Siegal founded the National Ex-
position Service, which specializes
in displays and exhibitions, 40
years ago. He is active in Jewish
affairs and is a life time member
of the Masons.
Sam Kaufer and William Genser
are dinner co-chairmen. Rabbi Is-
rael I. Halpern and Cantor Shabtai
Ackerman will give the tributes to
Siegal.
For reservations to the affair, at
$5.00 per person, call the Syna-
gogue, UN 1-6696, or the Israel
Bond Office, DI 1-5707.
Cantor and Mrs. Ackerman will
host a leadership reception in hon-
or of Siegal, 8:30 p.m., Sept. 13 in
their home, 18254 Woodingham.
Guest speaker will be the Israeli
war hero, Colonel
Peleg Tamir,
chief adjutant to
G e n . Mordechai
Hod, commander
of the Israel Air
Force in the Six-
Day War. He was
also responsible
for the exchange
of war prisoners.
The affair will
be in advance of
the Beth Abra-
Ackerman
ham Israel vie-
tory dinner, which will honor Ben
Siegal as "Beth Abraham Man of
the Year," who has served as
president and has held every im-
portant office in the Congregation.
Col. Tamir has served as deputy
commander-in-chief for personnel
and administration of the Israel
Air Force, chief of the administra-
tive office of the Technical school,
head of the Office of the Chief In-
structor of the Flying School, chief
instructor in the School for Gen-
eral Studies and chief of the Head-
quarters Organizational Branch.
He has served as advisor on or-
ganizational problems of small air

forces at the request of several
African states and was a member
of the Officers Advanced Training
School in the Royal Air Force.
He joined Hagana as a youth,
was arrested and imprisoned by
British authorities and during Is-
rael's War of Independence served
with an infantry division in the
Negev campaign. He has served in
the Israel Air Force since its early
beginnings and played a leading
role in expanding and moderniz-
ing the air force. Col Tamir is a
third generation Sabra. He re-
ceived his law degree from the
University of Tel Aviv and his
master's in business administration
from George Washington Univer-
sity.

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Monday (Labor Day) Sept. 4th
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"Mother, I'm staying here."
"Mother, this is Home."
"But mother, I can't come back,
I'm committed."
"Mother, their boys are in the
Army now, who's going to do the
work here?"
"Mother, there are people here
from all parts of the world. Not all
of them can go running to the U.S.
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"Mother, I love you, you must
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"Hello, Harv, take care of her,
will you."
"Yes, Harv, O.K. Harv. Bye Mom.
I'll write."
The following day Yirmiyahu
took the girl aside for a warm word
and assured her that whatever
fighting would take place would
not take place on the soil of Israel
and he added, "My two paratroop
sons are security for that." He was
rewarded with a kiss and the fact
that subsequent events bore him
out. M— is still at the ulpan.

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The bulletin of Association of
Americans and Canadians in Israel,
published in Tel Aviv, carried this
item:
"HELLO MOTHER . . ."
At 3:30 a.m. on June 1, Yirmi-
yahu Haggai, formerly of Detroit,
and for the past 30 years a
member of Kibutz F.in Hashofet,
was on night watch at the kibutz
secretariat and unwittingly eaves-
dropped on the following conversa-
tion between an 18-year-old girl
studying at the kibutz ulpan and
her family in Greater Los Angeles.
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hear me?"
"Yes, I hear you, yes it's me,

their 50th wedding anniversary at
Town and Country Club.
The dinner party was given by
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Levine of Atlanta and Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Paull, for friends and
relatives.
The Marko•s were married in
Detroit Aug. 12, 1917 and have
been active in local organizations.
They have five grandchildren.

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LouisHarkowsHonored
Town and Country Club to Honor on 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Markow of
Presidents at Dinner-Dance Sept. 16 Stoepel
Ave. recently celebrated

Planning the Town and Country Club Presidential Salute to
Israel dinner-dance which will be held 8 p.m. Sept. 16, are, (from
left): Eugene Weiss, dinner-dance chairman; George Steinberger,
president of the club; and Nathan Goldin and Max Sosin, dinner-
dance co-chairmen. Other Town and Country Club dinner-dance co-
chairmen are Jack Beckwith, Dr. Herman W. Bennett, and Norman
Cottler. Jan and Lillian Bart, recording artists, will present their
version of "Fiddler on the Roof." Bart was commissioned to trans-
late the entire score of "Fiddler on the Roof." The affair, on behalf
of Israel Bonds, will honor all the presidents who have guided the
liestinks ■ of, Town PO' C°Pntr7' quit 'Since Its f9Mtding.

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Friday, September 1, 1967-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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