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August 30, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, August 30, 1968

Federation Women's Division Will Air
'Youth 68' as Starter for Its Fall Forum

Sandra Silber Becomes
Wife of Fred Samson

Red Mogen David Plane Carries 13 Tons to Biafra

TEL AVIV (JTA) — A Dutch States Committee of UNICEF.
The federation contribution will
plane chartered by the Red Mogen
David, Israel's Red Cross, took come from reserve funds, the
off for Biafra Aug. 23 with 13 tons officials said.
of food and medical supplies for
the civilian population of Nigeria's
secessionist eastern province.
Passengers on the plane were
Itzhak Shani, general manager of
the Red Mogen David, and Abie
Nathan, Israel's erstwhile one-man
peace mission to Egypt, who has
been active in Biafran relief ef-
forts .
In Des Monies, the board of
governors of the Jewish Welfare
Federation has voted to contribute
$1,000 for emergency aid to the
Max Schrut
people of Biafra, according to
For Good Photographs
Morton Bookey, president, and
and Prompt Service
Donald L. Gartner, executive di-
Call Me at
rector. The gift was made in re-
sponse to formation of the Amer-
ican Jewish Agency Effort for
Biafran Relief, a committee or-
Weddings — Bar Mitzvas
ganized by 22 major Jewish or-
We Come to Your Home
ganizations, in cooperation with
With Samples
the Catholic Relief Service, Church
UN 4-6845
TY 5-8805
World Service and the United

A view of "Youth 68" and "The president, said any woman who is
Seething Sixties" are the subjects interested in attending may make
of the two-session 1968 Fall Forum reservations by calling the Wom-
of the Women's Division, Jewish en's Division, WO 5-3939.
Assisting on the planning corn-
Welfare Federation.
The first meeting will be held mittee are:
Mesdames Jerry H. Abramson, John
12:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at the Jewish Alexander,
Burton L. Ansell, Morris
Center. The second session is Sept. Baker, Harold Blumenstein, Byron Can-
vasser,
Lawrence
Cohen, Gilbert
25. Refreshments will be served Franklin, Herbert S.
Furman, Donald
Prior to the 1:15 p.m. meeting.
Grass, David B. Hav•tof, Jerome C.
Richard A. Jones, Harold L.
Dr. Gertrude Z. Gass, consult- Hirsch,
Katzman, James Labes, Burt Mahler,
ing psychologist at Merrill Palmer Samuel Nagel, Herbert Oppenheim, Ger-
ald K. Primak, Gerald J. Rowin, Robert
Institute, will share the platform Ruskin,
Donald Shapiro, Marvin D. Sie-
with David Wineman, professor of gel, A. Donald Slotkin, Bruce K. Wayne,
R. Winkelman and Raymond T.
social work, Wayne State Univer- Henry
Zeich.
sity, during the first meeting to
discuss why modern youth be-
haves as he does.
Mrs. Max Lapides is chairman
of the Fall Forum. Co-chairmen
for the first meeting are Mrs.
John L. Greenberg and Mrs. Mar-
yin D. Siegel. Mrs. Alan E. Luck-
Mrs. J. Stewart Linden, presi-
off and Mrs. Bruce K. Wayne are dent of the League of Jewish
co-chairmen for the Sept. 25 Women's Organizations of Metro-
MRS. FRED SAMSON
meeting. Mrs. Norman D. Katz politan Detroit, will be chairman
In an evening ceremony at the is adviser to the program.
of the volunteer information staff
Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel recently,
Mrs. Joseph H. Jackier, division at the "Land of the Bible" exhibit,
Sandra Lee Silber and Fred Sam
to be held in the Detroit Institute
son exchanged wedding vows. Rab-
of Arts Oct. 4-Nov. 10, in conjunc-
bi M. Robert Syme officiated.
tion with the Masada Exhibit.
The couple's parents are Mr. and
Uzi Michaeli, Midwest director
Mrs. Fred Silber of Rosemary Ave.,
of the Israel Government Tourist
Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Ruby
Office, made this announcement
Samson of Adrian Rd., Southfield.
after meeting with William Peck,
The bride wore a gown of peau
associate curator of the Detroit In-
and
a
ribbon
lace
coat
de sole
stitute of Arts. An "Israel Informa-
with a Queen Anne collar. She car-
tion Desk" to be set up next to the
ried long-stemmed roses on a Bi-
exhibit will be manned by volun-
ble.
teers from leading Jewish women's
Mrs. Dennis Silber was matron
organizations in Detroit. Mrs. Lin-
Of honor. Serving as maid of
den will act as coordinator of the
honor was Dena Komer. Brides-
information desk, which will be set
maids were Mrs. Bruce Seyburn,
up by the tourist office and El Al
Mrs, Michael Gantz and Mrs.
Airlines.
Leon Rubenfaer. Sheri Silber was
Mrs. Linden is vice president of
flower girl.
the Michigan Branch of the Na-
Elliott Samson was his brother's
tional Women's League, United
Synagogues of America.
best man. Norman and Frank Sam-
son, brothers of the bridegroom,
Nathaniel H. Goldstick is chair-
Dennis Silber, brother of the bride,
man of the Israel Tourist Commit-
tee, composed of leading repre-
and Dr. James Greene were ush-
sentatives of the general commu-
Ors.
After a honeymoon in Miami
nity.
Beach, Nassau and New York, the
MRS. ELWOOD S. SIMON
newlyweds are residing in Detroit.
Carol Elaine Gantz and Elwood
S. Simon were married at a re-
FOR THE BEST IN
cent ceremony performed at Adas
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi Jacob
Segal officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
And His Orchestra
and Mrs. Nathan Coleman of Cata-
lina Ave., Southfield, and the late
358-0938
Mr. Moe Gantz. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
of Muirland Ave.
HOWARD TRIEST Simon
The bride ' wore a gown of
English net with garlands of
COLOR MOVIES
Swiss lace daisies over taffeta
BRIDES — BAR MITZVAS
and a matching Camelot cap.
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She carried roses, Stephanotis
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and cascading ivy.
Mrs. Michael Gantz was matron
of honor. Annette Gantz was maid
of honor. Sue Ellen Simon and
Karen Eve Simon, sisters of the
bridegroom, Barbara Abramson,
AND HER GYPSIES
Wendy Sax, Ruth Smith, Susan
Authentically Gypsy
Soshick and Merrily Tann were
Elegantly Unique
bridesmaids.
MRS. PETER SUGAR
474-7638
Robert Kessler of New York was
best man. Ushers were Marc Cole-
Linda Susan Wainer, daughter of
man, Dr. Eugene Eisner, Joel Fen- Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wainer of
ley, Robert Finkel, Stanley Frank- Canterbury Rd., recently became
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brother Ronald Spector, Michael Mr. and Mrs. Zolton Sugar of
Pianos—Organs
Wigler, and Paul and Berry Karr. Mansfield Ave.
The couple is residing in Detroit.
Rent a Piano, Combo Organ,
Rabbi Leonard Cahan and Can-
tor Nicholas Fenakel officiated at
amplifier or home organ. Your
the morning ceremony held at
choice of Baldwin, Lowrey,
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
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essential program of their more honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
than 1,000 institutions throughout Thomas Sugar of Toronto, Joyce
Schubiner, Harriet Glassman, Ar-
Israel.
Sixty-five select young women lene Miller and Mildred Fenton.
Thomas Sugar of Toronto served
age 25-40 are meeting weekly at
Tel Aviv's Teachers' Union build- his brother as best man. Charles
ing to receive a full course of in- Stern, Donald Rochlen, Roger
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society. They will take such basky of Washington, D.C., and
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Following a honeymoon in Miami
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