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August 01, 1969 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22—Friday, August 1, 1969

Nancy Joan Berns Weds
Mr. Dennis I. Chaiken

'Sammy' Mothers Award 13 Grants
to Needy Students; 7 Are Israelis

ing assisted in their second year
of studies at U-M, are Uri Muel-
ler, in the school of landscape
architecture; Arie Bareket, engi-
neering; Moshe Hartman, Shmuel
Raz and Joseph David Ben-Dak,
sociology; Zionna Kopelovich,
French; and Carmi Bar Ilan.

At a luncheon celebration mark-
ing the 10th anniversary of the
Sigma Alpha Mu Mothers Alumni
Group, seven Israeli students at the
University of Michigan were
awarded scholarships, along with
six other needy students.
Hostess at the luncheon was Mrs.
David Tann, mother of the late
Donald Tann, for whom the alumni
group has named its scholarship
award. Young Tann, a member of
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity who
was graduated at Ann Arbor in
1956. was killed while serving in
the U.S. Air Force. His parents
chose to honor his memory by
establishing a fund for scholar-
ships, and in the 10 years since,
the alumni group has awarded 53
such grants, in varying amounts.
The Israeli students, who are be-

They and the other recipients
were selected by the U-M schol-
arship office on the basis of
financial need, scholarship record
and campus participation. Ac-
cording to Mrs. Daniel C. Siegel,
honorary president of the moth-
ers alumni group, several Israeli
students who applied for aid had
to be refused because of the
group's limited funds.
She said gifts of aid from the

community would be gratefully
accepted by the alumni tribute
secretary, Mrs. Harry Baskin,
25883 Lathrup, Southfield, EL
6-7272.
tlieSS Other officers of the 65-member
group, whose sons are U-M "Sam-
mies" graduates, are Mesdames
Ellis Thal, president; Max Lichter,
vice president: Peter Altman,
treasurer; Adolph Lichter, Harold
Tobias, Abraham Satovsky, Ernest

Golumbia, David Tann, Sam Bal-
kany and Albert Boesky, secre-
a STICKS TO THE
taries; and Harry Grossman, dec-
orations.
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on the other hand. melancholy is
always bad.—Spinoza.

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matron of honor, and Andrea Sel-
lers as maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Brenda Bensman, Kathy
Strauss, Anita Green, Bevery Beck-
er, JoAnn Schulman, Miram Chai-
ken and Cynthia Chaiken, sister of
the bridegroom. Sherri and Robin
Chaiken were flower girls.
Ronald Chaiken served his broth-
er as best man. Ushers included

in Germany 45 years ago foresaw
with amazing accuracy the adven-
ture of Apollo 11.
Fred Hopfeld, 79, of Oxley Rd.,
dug up the animated children's
film in his basement after watching
the astronauts on the moon and
recalling "like a dream" the details
of the film he had purchased for
his young daughter.
Among the similarities between
the film fantasy and the recent
moonshot were the appearance of
the moon's surface, covered with
volcanic rock, the likeness of the
Saturn rocket to the film rocket and
the return of the craft, upside
down.
Hopfeld had not watched the film
for 35 years until he found it after
the moon walk.

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Nancy Joan Berns became the
bride of Dennis Ira Chaiken in a
recent ceremony at the Raleigh
House. Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. George Berns of Lathrup
Blvd., Southfield, and Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Chaiken of Parkside Ave.

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