22 — Friday,
December 15, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Spoken at Bnai David
activities in Society
Twenty-one members of Infants Service Group were served lunch-
eon prepared by students of the Detroit Association for Retarded
Children at the school, which receives assistance from the ISG. Sara
Rosenberg and Betty Pianen made the arrangements for the second
annual luncheon, after which the women toured the school.
Piano .itudents of Mrs. Harvey E. Sibrack who performed in a
private recital at her home recently were Karen Weiss, Phyllis Englar
Kanfer, Wendy Frisch, Daniel Garber, Robert Garber, David Lieber-
man, Debbie McNutt, Daniel Stearns, Richard Stearns, Sherri Karnes,
Debbie Karnes, Michael Prentis, Joann Stark and John Isenstark.
From Israel to Highlight Local
jernsalein Han nka Celebration
Abraham Avidar, consul general
of Israel for the Midwest, will bring
a messag" from Israel at the Jeru-
p.m. Dec. 28 at
Zedek. The entire
community is in
A "B i g Show
and Dance" will
feature Jan a:
Lillian Bar,. re
"Fiddler on the
Roof": Max Sosin, Detroit's "toast-
master-general." as the master of
ceremonies and dancing to the
music of Eric Rosenow and his
Eighteen congregations will be
awarded plvq:tes bearing the like-
ness of the Kotel Maaravi, the
Western Wall, the symbol of the
historical continuity of the Jewish
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people. for their leadership in the
Israel Bond High Holy Day Appeal
and in related congregational ac-
tivities. Philip Stollman, chairman
of the Detroit Congregational and
High holy Day Council, will make
A total of $1,689,400 was real.
ized in this year's Israel Bond
Higtv Holy Day Appeal and other
gram, "The Hunt-
port." In addition
Brinkley is heard
Friday on the
MRS. EUGENE SCHWARTZ
NBC radio net-
o r k segment,
Marilyn Lisa Kersh and Eugene
Louis Schwartz were united in "David Brinkley._
marriage recently at Cong. Bnai
A native of Wilmington,
The bride is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Irving Kersh of South-
For the HY Spot
wood Dr., Southfield. The bride-
Of Your Affair
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Schwartz of Forrer Ave.
The bride chose a gown of silk
organza with a contoured Em-
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pire waist, scooped neck and
elbow-length sleeves and bodice
• Distinctive Ceremonies
Consul-General Avidar was horn
in Poland and as a young boy went
with his parents to Danzig, where
of peau d'ange lace. The lace
he joined the Halutz Movement.
colonial ruffles on the sleeves
He served 'or a number of years
swept into panels trailing to full
as its head, organizing the rescue
chapel length over the train of
of Jewish youth from Nazi Danzig.
the A-line skirt.
During World War II, he organized
the first "illegal" aliya of Jewish
The bride carried her Bible with
boys and girls from Great Britain. roses and Stephanotis.
While in England he studied at
Sharon Zeltzer, sister of the
the London School of Economics. bridegroom, was matron of honor,
In 1947. he came to Palestine. Lynn Phillips was maid of honor .
where he joined Kibutz Galed and Bridesmaids were Bence Lieber-
fought in the War of Liberation. man, Claudia Rader and Elaine
He continued his studies at the Galinsky. Marci Zeltzer was flow-
Hebrew University, from which er girl.
he received his degree with honors
Garson Zeltzer served as best
From 1958 to 1961, he was on man. Ushers were David and Rich-
a diplomatic mission in Poland and ard Kersh, brothers of the bride,
Russia. On his return to Israel Michael Freedman and Robert
he served in the U.S. division of Blau. Ross Zeltzer was ring bearer.
the Israel Foreign Ministry, acting
Following a Miami Beach honey-
as spokesman of the ministry. In
1963 he was appointed consul of moon, the couple will live in De-
Israel for educational affairs in
the United States and in 1964 be-
came senior consul of Israel for
political arairs in the United
States. He was named consul-gen-
eral for the Midwest in 1966.
Refreshments and Israeli wine
will be served at the Hanuka affair
honoring the modern Maccabees.
This Week's Radio and
For reservations at a nominal
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News following a hitch in the
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Bnai Moshe 8 p.m. Jan. 14.
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holds numerous awards for excel-
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lence in broadcasting.
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Feature: Walter Shapiro, a
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