12—Friday, June 28, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Teach-hi Hosts Editor, Educator
Jews to Honor Denmark, Sweden for Rescue Work
Camp. Maccabee Staff
Announced by Director
Teach-In 5728 planners and guests were (from left) Dr. William
Bernard and Dr. Jack Stanzler, co-chairmen of the event sponsored by
the Young Leadership Group of the Flint Jewish Community Council,
and speakers Ben Leuchter, editor of the Vineland, N.J. Times; and
Isaac Toubin, executive director of the American Association for
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SILVERMAN-FOOTE: A n d r e a
Sue Foote of Laurel Oak Dr.
exchanged marriage vows with
Charles Martin Silverman in a
ceremony at Temple Beth El. The
bride, daughter of the late Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph D. Foote, was
given in marriage by her brother,
Dr. Bruce M. Foote. She was at-
tired in a brocade suit. Maid of
honor was Carol Sue Edelberg,
and flower girl was Dana Leslie
Foote. Mel Richter served as best
man. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Silverman of
Miller Rd. Ushering were the
bride's brothers, Howard and
David Foote, and Larry Megdell.
The newlyweds will make their
home on Laurel Oak after honey-
. mooning in New York City and
the Catskill Mountains.
SMITH-DUMOFF: Judith Dumoff
and --Michael Adair Smith ex-
changed vows at the Pick-Durant
Hotel. Officiating was Rabbi Sher-
win T. Wine of Birmingham. The
couple's parents are Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Dumoff of W. Hamilton
Ave, and the S. Adair Smiths of
W. Genesee St. After a trip to
Cape Cod and the East Coast, the
newlyweds will live in East Lan-
sing, where the bride attends
Michigan State University.
The counseling staff for the
Flint Jewish Community Council's
day camp, Camp Maccabee, is
now complete, according to the
director, Chuck Coggins.
The senior counselors include
Gordon Parnes, Jame Golden,
Linda Cole, JoAnn Evanoff and
Mrs. Sue Lewis (in charge of the
4- and 5-year-olds).
Junior couselors returning this
year are. Barbara Heitzner, Pam
and Temmie Young, Brad Saltman
and Libby Shapiro; first-year
junior counselors are 'Annette De-
Caussin, Robert Hanflik Craig
Silverton and Charles Wax. Spe-
cial instructors are Marilyn Stetz,
in charge of arts and crafts, and
Mrs. Janice Rubow, swimming.
A few openings for campers
remain. For information, call the
Council office, • 767-5922.
NEW YORK (JTA) - — American
Jewry will honor Denmark and
Sweden next October in com-
memoration of the 25th anni-
versary of the rescue of Danish
Jews from the Nazis.
The Jews, whom the Gestapo
had marked for deportation, were
transported from occupied Den-
mark to Sweden in small boats
under cover of darkness in Oct-
ober 1943, an operation in which
many Danes and Swedes risked
Sol M. Linowitz, United States '
ambassador to the Organization of
American States and Victor Borge,
the Danish-American entertainer,
have been named co-chairmen of
the American Jewish community's
salute to Denmark and Sweden.
To do computerized Insur-
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and professional clients. In-
tensive training program
begins August 5.
For free aptitude test to
see if you qualify, Call
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Hatikva Bnai Brith Girls will
hold a Mother and Daughter In-
stallation Luncheon 12:30 p.m.
July 10 at the Sveden House. New
members are welcome. For in-
formation and reservations, call
Temmie Young, 235-1722, or Judy
Goldberg, 238-6648, by • July 8.
Borge, a pianist, will perform
at Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Cen-
ter, Oct. 20 in the company of
other Scandinavian artists. The
concert will benefit . the Thanks
to Scandinavia Foundation which
provides scholarships for Scandi-
navian youths in appreciation of
their countries' courage in aiding
Jews during World War II.
Jeffrey Blum has graduated
from Eastern Michigan University;
and Joan Kasle from Michigan
Randy Sills. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Sills, received all As
for the final marking at North-
western High School. Randy will
be a senior in the fall.
JE RU SA L E M (JTA)—Dr.
Emanuel Neumann of New York
was unanimously elected chair-
man of the American section of the
Jewish Agency. Executive at a
plenary meeting. Monday. Dr. Neu-
mann, who heads the. World Union
of General. Zionists, will succeed
Mrs. Rose L. -Halprin, of the World
Gerald Schreiber: -hays been Confederation of General Zionists,
elected to a three-year term on who did -not join the new execu-
the board of trustees of the Flint tive. Mrs. • Halprin's seat has -been
Institute of Arts.
given to -Mortimer Jacobson,
president of Hadassah, the wom-
New officers of • the Flint. Chap- en's Zionist organization of Amer-
ter, American Society of Women ica.
The Jewish Agency also named
AccOuntants, include Mrs. Samuel
its representatives to the Joint
J. Shuster, director.
Government - Agency Committee
that will work out a division of
The Lapeer visiting committee • responsibilities between the govern-
of the Flint Jewish • Community ment and the Jewish Agency in
Council, under the direction of the field of immigrant absorption.
Mrs. Esther Harris, chairman, They are Aryeh L. Pincus, chair-
provided a Shavuot party at the man. of the Jewish Agency and
Lapeer State ,Home. Accompanying head of its immigration depart-
Mrs. Harris were Mesdames Max ment; Aryeh L. Dultzin, the new
Davis, Eva Fisher, Esther Leavitt treasurer and Avraham Cygiel
and Yale Smith: Refreshments who was deputized by Pincus
were provided by Mesdames Sam to .run the unified immigration
Siegel, Max Siegel, Herbert Koe- and absorption department until
nig, Max Fames, Dave Gellis, a division of its functions with the
Charles Hourvitz, Jack R a b i n, government is worked out.
Richard Siegel, Sol Schafer and . The government will establish a
new cabinet ministry for absorp-
tion. It is understood, however,
that the Jewish Agency will retain
responsibility for the in i ti al
stages of absorption. The task of
Kurt E. Wall, 3129 Pencombe, the Government-Agency commit-
tee will be to decide where the
died June 14 at age 55.
initial stage ends and the perma-
Mr. Wall was born in Bremen, nent stage begins.
Germany, and was a resident of
Flint since 1948. He was a member
of Temple Beth El and Flint Elks.
Surviving are his wife, Harriet;
To Mr. and Mrs. Michael J.
a son, Michael; and a brother, Kahan of Canberra Australia (Gail
Herman Wallheimer of Amster- Capital of Flint), a son, Theodore .
Kurt Wall, Age 55
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