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September 27, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-27

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Fisher-Goldman Vows
Recited at Bnai Moshe

MRS. PHILLIP N. FISHER

Miriam Goldman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Goldman of
Burton Rd., Oak Park, recently
became the bride of Phillip N.
Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
man Fisher of Stoepel Ave.
The ceremony was performed at
Bnai Moshe Synagogue with Rabbis
Moses Lehrman, James I. Gordon,
and Israel Halpern and Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman and Louis Klein
officiating.
The bride wore an Empire gown
of embroidered silk organza appli-
qued with re-embroidered Alencon
lace and pearls, styled with a high
wedding band neckline, long tradi-
tional pointed sleeves and attached
watteau chapel train. She wore a
fingertip bouffant veil with match-
ing lace, crystals and pearls.
Mrs. Shelley Fisher was ma-
tron of honor. The sister of the
bride, Debbie Goldman was maid
of honor. Bridesmaids were De-
nise Goldman, Nina Spinner,
Rachel Roemerfeld and Anna
Warszawski.
Marshall Fisher was his broth-
er's best man. Brother of the bride,
Morris Goldman; Jack Antwerpen
of Baltimore; Morrey Waksberg;
and Dean and Max Zalev of Wind-
sor, were ushers.
Simone Rocklin was flower girl,
and Mark Birnholtz was the ring
bearer.
Also in the bridal party were the
bridegroom's grandparents, Her-
man Fisher, and Mrs. Harry Wei-
ner, and an aunt, Miss Esther
Fisher.
After a honeymoon trip to Chi-
cago, the couple will reside in Oak
Park.

Magen David Adorn Hails
Shaarit Haplayta for Gift

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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activities in Society

On furlough from Okinawa, visiting their families and parents were
Dr. and Mrs. Joel E. White and their daughter, Rochelle Hillary, who
was born in Okinawa Nov. 27. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest J. White of Marshall Rd., Southfield, and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
N. Friedman of Kenosha Ave., Oak Park. Capt. White is president of
the Bnai Brith Lodge in Okinawa. On returning to his duty station,
Dr. White anid his family observed Rosh Hashana twice because
they cross the International Date Line. Dr. White is a graduate of
Wayne State University's medical school, and his wife Susan is a
graduate of Wayne State University's school of education.
A bon voyage dinner recently was given for Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J.
Press of Berkeley, Calif., by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Press
of Mark Twain Ave. The younger Mr. and Mrs. Press, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Tannenbaum of N. Hollywood, Calif., left on a trip to
Europe and Israel. Dr. Meyer H. Green was toastmaster for the eve-
ning. Joining the celebration were Mrs. Emma Schaver, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Goldberg and Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Schaver.
The Cornfield Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday, at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Alan Cornfield, 20225 Ledgestone, Southfield.

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Suburban

Green-8 Center &
Bloomfield Commons

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Butzel Award and Honor for Sinai,
at Federation Meeting October 10

The presentation of the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Award for Com-
munal• Leadership will highlight
the annual meeting of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Oct. 10 at the
Jewish center, Hyman Safran, pre-
sident, announced.
The reception will be held at 6
p.m. with the dinner in Shiffman
Hall at 7 p.m.

Gary Goodfriend toTake
TVife Judith Covensky

Friday, September 27, 1968-23

FALL
COSTUME !

Pure Wool Fleece!
Coat with Dress
"very famous label"
Yesterday $145.00
Now Exactly

Honor will be paid to Sinai Hos-
pital on its 15th anniversary. The
people who have given leadership
to the Federation's budget and
planning divisions during the 20
years of activity in studying and
creating a well-ordered program of
communal services, also will be
honored.
During the business meeting,
new members of the board of gov-
ernors will be elected. Placed in
nomination for terms which will
expire in 1971 are Irving Rose and
Alan E. Schwartz, for re-election;
and as new members, N. Brewster
Broder, Rabbi Hayim Donin, Ron-
ald L. Greenberg, Mrs. Harry L.
Jones, Edward C. Levy, Max M.
Shaye and George M. Zeltzer.
Paul Broder is chairman of the
nominating committee, and mem-
bers are Irwin Green, Milton J.
Miller, Mrs. Max Stollman and
George M. Stutz.

Schubot to Get
Maryglade Award

MISS JUDITH COVENSKY

Mr. and Mrs. Max Covensky of
Mark Twain Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter Ju-
dith Anne to Gary Myron Good-
friend, son of Mr.jand Mrs. William
Goodfriend of Riverside Dr., Bev-
erly Hills.
Miss Covensky was graduated
from Wayne State University. Her
fiance, a graduate of Michigan
State University, is currently at-
tending University of Detroit Law
School where he is affiliated with
Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity.
A June 29 wedding is planned.

In a long, laudatory letter add-
ressed to the president of the
Shaarit Haplayta of Detroit, Mar-
tin H. Rose, and to its vice pres-
ident, Dr. John J. Mames, the
president of Magen David Adom,
Israel's red cross servic e,
acknowledged the gift of an ambu-
lance that the members of the
local group made to the people of
Israel.
Eliahu Elath, formerly Israel's
ambassador to the United States,
in paying tribute to the generosity
of this organization of Holocaust Jewish Memorabilia
survivors, said in part: "It was a Sought for Archives
noble gesture on your part and
Editor, the Jewish News:
most appropriate to commemorate
Now, that Temple Beth El has
the memory of the Six Million joined the Jewish Welfare Federa-
martyrs of the Holocaust to give tion and the Jewish Community
this ambulance that will contribute Council of Detroit and some pri-
so much to the alleviation of pain vate individuals in depositing their
and suffering and, in many cases, historical materials and documents
to the saving of lives."
in the archives of the Burton His-
The ambulance was presented by torical Collection of the Detroit
members of Shaarit Haplayta to Main Library, the Jewish Historic-
Magen David Adorn through its al Society of Michigan requests
American support agency, the that all other Jewish religious, cul-
American Red Mogen Dovid for tural, philanthropic, and social or-
IsraeL
ganizations and institutions do like-
wise.
By doing so, they will increase
Israeli Export Items
and enrich the Jewish Research
on Display at Center
Center of the Detroit and Michigan
In cooperation with the Ameri- Jewish community.
This center, it should be noted,
can-Israel Chamber of Commerce,
the Jewish Center has on display has been a project originated, - pro-
items manufactured in Israel for moted and developed by the Jew-
export. For information, contact ish Historical Society of Michigan.
ALLEN A. WARSEN
the Center, DI 1-4200.

LETTER BOX

Three outstanding Detroit busi-
nessmen will be added to the
roster of the "Knights of Charity,"
according to the announcement
made by Detroit attorney John J.
Raymond, chairman of the board
of trustees of Maryglade College,
Memphis, Mich., which makes the
citations annually in recognition i
of "philanthropic work and hu-
manitarian interests."
For 1968 the recipients are
Walker L. Cisler, chairman of the
board, Detroit Edison Company;
Jules R. Schubot, Schubot Jewel-
ers; and Louis G. Seaton, vice
president in charge of personnel,
General Motors Corp.
All are being honored for deeds
and examples attributed to ideals
of "unison in family life with
person-to-person charity."
Following the tradition estab,
lished in 1954 when the award was
first bestowed on Hollywood's Pat
O'Brien, formal presentations will
be made at .a $100-a-plate inter-
faith dinner at the Statler-Hilton
Hotel, Nov. 16.
As dinner chairman, Lawrence
V. Nagle, chairman of the board
of Udylite Corp. will give the cita-
tions and introduce the awardees:
Seaton, a Catholic; Schubot, of the
Jewish faith, and Cisler, a Protes-
tant.
To round out plans for the din-
ner in November, some 40 mem-
bers of the men's-ommittee will
gather for luncheon at- the Statler-
Hilton Hotel Tuesday.
Among the recipients of other
years were Ed Levy, Adolph and
Irving Goldberg, Al Borman, Paul
Zuckerman, Benjamin Levinson
and the late John E. Lurie.

CHARGE IT!

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Saturday!

Sunday
12 noon to
5 p.m.

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The American Civil Liberties
Union released a p amp hl e t
Wednesday, Free Speech in 1968,
setting out guidelines for dis-
sent and standards for the official
and public response to political
action.

Fall Costume and Coat Clean Up!

Costume Suits were 165 now 82
Friday nite—Saturday—Sunday $50

Camel Hair Coats were 110 now 55
Friday nite—Saturday—Sunday $42

Camel Hair Dress and Coat Costumes
• were 145 now 72!

Friday nite—Saturday—Sunday $50

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