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August 02, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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24—Friday, August 2, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Six-Day War Philately to Be Seen by coneetors
Michael Biedermans
The Society of Israel Philate- ing. For information, contact Fred
Park Chapter has Swartz, 24660 Thorndyke, South-
Mrs. Adler to Address Semi-Annual Reside in Kansas City lists-Detroit-Oak
scheduled a special program for field.
its 8
Aug. 13 meeting to be
Meeting of Ear-Ilan Women; Reports
held in the Oak Park Community WJCongress Elected
Center. It will feature philatelic
Evaluate University's Attainments
material and other propaganda to UNESCO Committee

P.M.

MRS. MORRIS ADLER

Mrs. S. Karbel, Jay Allen

Torch Drive Appointees

Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel, 19630
Stratford, and Jay W. Allen, 19455
Burlington, have been appointed
to leadership roles in advance
gifts solicitations for the 1968
Torch Drive.
Mrs. Karbel will serve as a
women's division chairman. Her
appointment was announced by
Mrs. Eugene J. Arnield, advance
gifts chairman for women's teams.
Allen has been named a men's
division chairman by Burt R.
Shurly Jr., vice chairman for
men's teams.
Vice president and secretary of
Allen Industries, Allen has served
on the advance gifts committee
in previous Torch Drives.
The campaign is scheduled for
Oct. 15-Nov. 7.

DELICATESSEN

Reports evaluating the accomp-
lishments of Bar-Ilan • University
located at Ramat Gan, Israel, will
be submitted at the semi-annual
meeting of American Women for
Bar-Ilan 12:30 p.m. Aug. 12, at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Mrs. Max Stollman, national presi-
dent, -announced that Mrs. Morris
Adler will be guest speaker on the
topic "Our Hero Patterns."
Having participated in recent
meetings of the world council of
Bar-Ilan University and having
helped in plans for recent univer-
sity expansion while in Israel,
Mrs. Stollm an will outline
the attainments of the past year
and will report on the plans for
the coming year and the rapid
growth of the university.
A dessert luncheon will be serv-
ed. There will be no solicitation of
funds. All women in the commu-
nity are invited.

Lawrence Davids Spend
Floneymoon in Jamaica

MRS. LAWRENCE DAVID



MRS. MICHAEL BIEDERMAN

Sheri Beth Berman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman of
Olde Franklin Dr., Farmington,
became the bride of Michael Allen
Biederman in a recent ceremony at
the Raleigh House.
The bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. David Biederman
of Telegraph Rd.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Can-
tor Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
Following a honeymoon in New
York, the couple is at home in
North Kansas City, Mo.
The bride wore an A-line gown
of peau de soie fashioned with
Empire bodice, mandarin neck-
line and full chapel-length train
appliqued in Guipure lace, seed
pearls and crystals. Her mat-
ching headpiece of lace and
crystals held a bouffant, chapel-
length veil of silk illusion. She
called her confirmation Bible
topped with Phalaenopsis or-
chids and roses.
Leslie Ann Berman, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Junior
bridesmaid was Judy Kushner.
Neil Biederman was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Michael
and Warren Berman, brothers of
the bride, Joel Weisman of Cateret,
N.J., Richard Goldfine, Richard
Ellenbogen of Des Moines, Sheldon
Beck, Daniel Kohen and Arthur
Allen. Marc Greenberger was
ring-bearer.
Also in the bridal party were the
bride's grandparents, Isadore ;
Goldstein of Los
Angeles ' and
Mrs. Ida Berman.

items from the Six-Day War.
Included in the exhibit will be
Arab magazines showing the elim-
ination of Israel and its people as
a nation. Letters collected from
the War of Liberation and, the
Sinai conflict depict the history
of Israel in relation to its Arab
neighbors. Documents and other
items removed from Arab infiltra-
tors urill be shown.
A special auction of philatelic
material will be held after the
program to help support the
society's youth education pro-
gram wherein posters and ma-
terial will be distributed to
schools and educational institu-
tions to inform youngsters of the
philately of Israel and the Holy
Land. _
The past president of the De-
troit Chapter, Irvin Girer, 27436
Aberdeen, Southfield, was elected
international president of the soci-
ety which now includes 33 chap-
ters throughout the United States
and seven other countries. Girer
will represent the society at the
first congress of the World Phila.
telic Israel Societies which will
convene in Jerusalem Oct. 7 in
conjunction with the Israel Na-
tional Stamp Exhibition.
The presidents of the various
world organizations will be hon-
ored at a reception by President
Zalmon Shazar.
Guests are invited to this meet-

PARIS (JTA) — The World Jew..
ish Congress was elected to mem-
bership in the standing committee
of international non-government
organizations in consultative rela-
tion with UNESCO at the organiza-
tion's 11th conference here. Dr.
F. L. Brassloff, legal advisor of
the WJ Congress' ,Geneva office,
represented his organization.

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