28—Friday, August 23, 1968
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
E ain e Friedman Weds
Students Seek Help in Voter Registration
Mark Stuart Layette,-
Diane Lynn in
for six months in Israel, where she
will participate in archaeological
excavations' at Tel Gezer. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Saltz of Hardwoods Dr., Orchard
The excavations are sponsored
by Dr. Nelson Glueck and the
Hebrew Union College, biblical
and archaeological school in Jeru-
salem. She will later study Hebrew
at Ulpan Etzron, also in Jerusalem.
Diane is a senior at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, where she is
majoring in Near Eastern studies.
Students Seek Help
An urgent call for volunteers to
aid in voter registration has been
sounded by Gene Farber, 21, head
of a student-organized campaign to
identify thousands of unregistered
voters in Detroit's 15th legislative
Farber estimates that 7,500 eli-
gible-but-unregistered voters reside
in the district (the city's northwest
area bounded by Eight Mile,
Aug. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
J. Sandler (Aviva Thatch), 17090
Mt. Vernon, Southfield, a daughter,
Aug. 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Leon-
ard Portner Laurel Bauman),
18604 Schaefer, a daughter, Toby
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
phen Green (Barbara Kash), 13230
Lyons, Oak Park, a son, Jason
Aug. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon
S. Warner (Debbie Wainer), 21931
Ridgedale, Oak Park, a daughter,
Aug. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Peltz (Barbara Reznick), 29480
Marimoor, Southfield, a son, David
Aug. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Stotsky (Bena Stalrit), 8931 Oak
Park Blvd., Oak Park, a daughter,
Aug. 10—To Mr .and Mrs. Gre-
gory Warren, 25583 Briar, Oak
Park, a son, Randall Jay.
Aug. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Chatlin (Marilynn Shear), 21951
Whitmore, Oak Park, a son, Robert
Aug. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
M. Barris (Margaret Linovitz),
24349 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
daughter, Amy Dawn.
in Voter Registration
Greenfield, Six Mile and Liver-
The students have gone to 4,000
homes and, of the 1,400 people
home at the time, 500 were un-
"We want to identify and contact
7,000 more unregistered voters be-
fore school starts in the fall,"
Farber said, "and we simply can't
do it without lots of additional
Farber urged interested young
people to call him at 345-8665 •r
stop by the group's headquarters,
at 18450 Livernois.
"Many people don't know that,
unless they have voted within the
last two years, their names are
removed from the rolls," he said.
"And if they've moved, chances
are they must re-register so they
can vote in November."
Barry Bank Named
Adas Shalom's Youth
Barry S. Bank of Levittown,
N. Y., has been engaged as direc-
tor of youth education by Adas
Bank, who was born in Newark,
attended Columbia University,
where he received his bachelor of
science degree with a major in
Jewish history and Jewish lan-
guage, and received a master of
Hebrew literature from the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
Bank also has
courses in educa-
tion at Hofstra
has served on the
staff of Ramah
camps in the
East and in Cali-
fornia for a num-
ber of year s.
Most recently he was educational
director of the Farmingdale Jewish
Center in Farmingdale, N. Y., and
he served on the . regional staff - of
the United Synagogue youth de-
Bank's wife Evelyn also has been
professionally engaged for many
years in Jewish education and
communal service work.
Aug. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Stephan
R. Morse (Barbara Ann Tatken),
21347 Colwell, Farmington, a
daughter, Jennifer Leigh.
Religious Zionist Youth
July 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Laur-
ence Singal (Saundra Brown of to Study at Freed Kibutz
NEW YORK—Part of a study in-
Toronto), 23145 Kipling, Oak Park,
stitute of Bnei Akiva, the Religious
a daughter, Debora Lynn.
* * *
Zionist youth movement — will be
held at Kfar Etzion, a religious
July 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Jerry settlement_ which was regained
A. Schneider (Elaine Bergner),
former Detroiters now at Bethesda, during the Six-Day War.
Some 56 boys and girls from
Md., a daughter, Jane Allison.
throughout the -U.S. and Canada
* * *
will study this year at Kfar
July 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Ed- Etzion as part of - their program of
ward L. Klarman (Barbara Fried- a year of work, study and travel
man), 21335 Los Palmos, South- in Israel as members of the Bnei
field, a son, Richard Elihu.
Akiva Scholarship Institute, They
, will leave Tuesday.
Kfar Etzion was captured by
Recommended by Physicians
Jordan during the Israel War of
. Liberation. It was recently reset-
tled by religious youths, many of
them children of the original
Serving Hospitals and Homes
members of Kfar Etzion. The set-
tlement, which was demolished by
the Jordanians during their occu-
pation, is located just outside of
REV. GOLDMAN L.
The A student was formerly reli-
gious vice president of Temple
Israel's youth group, of which her
brother Glenn is currently presi-
Lahav USY to Hold
High Holiday Services
Lahav United Synagogue Youth
of Cong. Ahavas Achim will spon-
sor its first High Holiday services
in two communities, using the
facilities of the Detroit synagogue
and Nor thbr olo k Presbyterian
Young people age 14 to 18 are
eligible to attend. Tickets include
full membership in Lahav USY
and may be purchased from the
synagogue office, UN 4-6428.
Labor Minister Suggests
Insurance to Cover All
Israeli Terrorist Victims
MRS. MARK LAVETTER
Elaine Rochelle Friedman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Friedman of Coolidge Hwy., Oak
Park, became the bride of Mark
Stuart Lavetter in a recent cere-
mony at Cong. Beth Abraham. The
bridegroom's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Lavetter of Mark
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern and
Cantor Shabtai AckerMan offici-
The bride wore an A-line gown
of silk organza with short-sleeved
bodice and a wide border hem in
re-embroidered Alencon lace. Her
veil was a floor-length mantilla
edged in matching lace. She car-
ried a Bible topped with an orchid
Gail Friedman was maid of
honor, and Elaine Friedman was
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Helene Friedman, Shari
Lipson and Susan Rabinowitz of
Milwaukee. Stacey Friedman
was junior bridesmaid.
Morton Laveter of Chicago, was
best man. Gilbert and Eugene
Friedman were ushers and Darryl
Friedman, junior usher.
Also participating in the cere-
mony were grandparents, Mrs. Ida
Friedman, and Mrs. Nettie Wine-
man of Van Nuys, Calif.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the couple resides in Detroit.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — Labor Minister
Yosef Almogi proposed Tuesday
that national insurance be expand-
ed to cover any person killed or
injured in terrorist attacks in any
part of Israel. Up to now, only per-
sons in border settlements have
been eligible for compensation.
Almogi is responsible for the Na-
tional Insurance Institute.
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