THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, April 5, 1968
Bnai David Sisterhood
Negro-Jewish Relations During Crisis _Beverly 11Iendelsohn
Plans Donor Luncheon
Fishe i . -DesmonNuptials Topic of Otis Smith's Talk to Sisterhoods to Wed Richa a Landau The 32nd annual donor luncheon
of the Bnai David Sisterhood will
The Sound of Thinking" is the . chairman of NFTS department on
Held at kin a'sley Inn theme
be held 12:30 p.m. May 1 in the
of the 44th annual conven- religion and education.
MRS. STEPHEN FISHER
tion of District 11 of the National
The convention will open with
Federation of Temple Sisterhoods,
a dinner for state board mem-
which will attract delegates from bers and friends at Temple
17 sisterhood groups throughout Emanu-El followed by a reli-
the state and Windsor April 22- gious service conducted by mem-
24 at Northland Inn and Temple bers of MSTY, Michigan State
Temple Youth. The following
Former Michigan Supreme Court afternoon will be devoted to
Justice Otis M. Smith. a member "think•ins," workshops on pro-
of the University of Michigan gram planning and religious ed-
Board of Regents and member of ucation, after a luncheon and re-
ports from MSTY and MFTS
the legal staff of General Motors,
will speak on "Negro-Jewish Rela- presidents.
On April 24, at 9 a.m., the sem-
Lions in Time of Crisis" at the
banquet dinner 7 p.m. April 23 inar, "Crisis in Youth: How to
at Northland Inn. Husbands, Keep Your Cool" will feature Dr.
friends and interested visitors are Eliot Lubv of Lafayette Clinic and
Wayne State University, Rabbi M.
Visitors also are welcome at the Robert Syme of Temple Israel;
plenary session 9:30 a.m. April 22 and Gerald Garfield, University of
at Temple Emanu-El, when the Michigan student and former presi-
keynote speaker will be NFTS vice dent of the youth group at Emanu-
president and executive member El.
Temple Emanu-el will have a
Mrs. Paul J.- Basinger of Chicago,
display of exhibits prepared by
the various participating sister-
hood groups, relating to particular
projects of interest.
Mrs. Milton Lucow and Mrs. Sid-
ney Katzman of Temple Emanu-E]
are chairmen of local arrange-
ments for the convention. Mrs.
Marshall Miller is
man; Mrs. Joseph
dent of MFTS;
and Mrs. Paul
Weiner is chair-
man of registra-
tions; Mrs. Irving
man of the con-
and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Maltzer
Carson, Mrs. Harry Kretchmer,
and Mrs. Ralph Holberg, coordina-
MRS. CHARLES TAYLOR
In a recent candlelight cere-
mony at the Kingsley Inn, Diana
Natalie Desmon became the bride
of Stephen Russell Fisher. Dr.
Richard C. Hertz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry M. Desmon of
Stratford Ave., Southfield, and the
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Louis
Fisher of Hartwell Ave. and the
late Mr. Fisher.
The bride wore an Empire gown
of Chantilly lace and peau de soie
with matching coat and chapel
train. She carried a cascade of
white roses and baby's breath.
Maid of honor was Marilyn
Meyerson. Matron of honor was
Barbara Benjamin, sister of the
bride. Bridesmaids were Loretta
Desmon, Phyllis Erhlich, Renee
Raimi and Laurie Nosanchuk. Lisa
Benjamin was junior bridesmaid.
Michael Magid was the best
man. Ushers were Michael Des-
mon, Norman Benjamin, Sheldon
Pastor, Manuel Raimi and Mich-
ael Nosanchuk. Edward Benja-
min was junior usher.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
Sharon Eileen Pierce and Charles
the couple will reside in Sanford, Irwin Taylor were united in mar-
Fla., where Mr. Fisher is stationed riage recently at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
Att a f
at the Naval Air Base.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
1 and Mrs. Milton Pierce of Knob
Zeitlin to Speak Sunday Woods Dr., Southfield. Her husband
Prof. Irving Zeitlin will discuss is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius
DEBORAH CHAPTER will meet
"Israel and Her Detractors" at a Taylor of Kipling Ave., Oak Park.
combined American Jewish Corn-
The bride's gown was of peau 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Oak Park
mittee-Sholom Aleichem Institute de soie with lace and seed pearls Community Center. A BBYO pro-
meeting 8 p.m. Sunday at the appliqued into a slight A-line gram is planned. Guests are in-
with a floor-length mantilla. vited. For information call Tobi
Fox, president. 538-5098.
Mrs. Kenneth Blazofsky was ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were
Mrs. Mark Manhoff, Kaye Shapiro,
Anita Sher, Suzanne Greenberg and on Life in Warsaw Ghetto
Frances Pinsky. Lisa Beth Kirsch! NEW YORK (JTA) — The Yivo
was flower girl.
Institute for Jewish Research an-
Ronald Taylor was his brother's nounced that, in cooperation with
best man. Ushers were Gary R. Bnai Brith, it will send a mobile
A Big Selection
Pierce, brother of the bride; Mark exhibit of photographs and docu-
of Nationally Advertised
Taylor, brother of the bridegroom; ments on life in Poland before the
Mark Manhoff, Michael Fidler, war and under the Nazi occupa-
TOP QUALITY CLOTHING
Steven Greenberg and Jeffrey tion around the country in connec-
WITH A 'YIDDISHE TOM'
tion with the 25th anniversary of
After a Miami Beach honey- the Warsaw Ghetto uprising next
moon, the couple will live in Royal month.
Said at „anal Moshe
Mrs. Harry Koltonow, chairman
of the day, reports that a fashion
show has been - arranged for enter-
For tickets, call Eve Herman,
333-9836, or reservations chairman,
Fay Leshman, 353-7566.
A picture is a poem without
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