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June 05, 1964 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-05

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Vows in Pittsburgh


In recent candlelight ceremonies
solemnized in Pittsburgh, Linda
Rae Berenfield became the bride
of Roger Harold Stewart. The
couple are the children of Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer Berenfield of Warren,
Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Stew-
art, 18250 Littlefield.
Rabbi Moishe Goldblum and Can-
tor Murray Gold officiated.
The bride wore a full - length
gown of imported ivory peau de
soie and Alencon lace with detach-
able chapel train. It was fashioned
with a portrait neckline, elbow-
length sleeves and fitted Empire
bodice overlaid in pearl - embroi-
dered Alencon lace. Her imported
silk illusion bouffant veil cascaded
from a cap of neau de soie petals,
and she carried a prayer book
covered with Stephanotis, Phalae-
nopsis orchids and ivy.
Maid of honor was Harriet Ann
Berenfield, sister of the bride, and
bridesmaids were Janet Stewart,
sister of the bridegroom, Mrs.
Sidney Wasserman, Helen Carol
Fishbein, Ruth Ann Hamilton,
Frances Rubin and Carol Hoffman.
The bridegroom's brother, Jo-
seph Stewart, was best man. Ushers
were Michael Glicker, Stewart Ros-
enthal, William Wolk, Leonard
Berenfield, Robert Mellen and Mark
After a honeymoon in St.
Thomas, Virgin Islands and Puerto
Rico, the couple will live in Ann

No Time for Kaddish

The recent Look article with its
prediction that Jews would be a
vanishing tribe in the U.S. by the
end of this century continues to
draw wide and generally critical at-
tention in Jewish circles, where it
is felt the conclusion was predi-
cated on insufficient and inade-
quately evaluated evidence.
Among the keenest commenta-
tors on the theme was Professor
Jacob Neusner of Dartmouth Col-
lege. Writing in the Connecticut
Jewish Ledger, he notes that while
there was no gainsaying the fact
that large numbers of American
Jews themselves in the next gen-
eration of Jewry, there is no
reason for getting ready to • recite
a silent "kaddish" for the Jewish
In his opinion "we are actually
two American Jewish 'communi-
ties,' one of which is gradually
ending its existence, the other of
which is thriving."
His reference on the one hand
is to the assimilated and the
disaffiliated through intermarriage
and on the other to the hosts of
Jews who continue maintaining
contact with the mainstream of
Jewish life through affiliation with
synagogues and temples and par-
ticipation in meaningful Jewish ac-

Friday, June 5, 1964



In recent elections, Aria AZA
of Southfield chose their officers
for the 1964-'65 school year. Suc-
ceeding Randy Zusman as president
is Bill Simon. Vice-president is
Larry Farber and the new director
of membership is Mark Dembs.
Sandy Linden and Alan Harvith are
the secretaries.
At the extra-curricular honors
assembly, among those receiving
awards were: Debbie Goldin, Bar-
bara Hoffenbloom, Alice Bagdade,
Manny Brown, Nancy Garlock,
Judy Goldstein, Debbie Keller,
Sharon Lefton, Stuart Levine, Sue
1VIarrich, Randy Silverston. Joel
Stocker, Marty Stoneman, Terry
Eichenhorn, Rick Feinberg, Bill
Jacobs, Richard Lezell, Les New-
man, Barb S•lsburg, Sue Schlei-
cher, Sally Schneir, and Ron Tau-
b er.
Others were Marcy Uday, Alan
Axelrod, Carolyn Daitch, Arnie Fei-
gelman, Jay Plumb, Barb Seiden,
Hack Nagler, Leslie Stern, Nancy
Weingarden, Marc Goldman, Sandy
Alper, Laura Barack, Renee Blei-
field, Marty Dresser, Steve Handel-
man, Judy Harrison, Richard Kro-
nick, Lorne Leon, Joel Letzer, Bob
Moss. Gary Rutledge, Sue Salinger,
Maureen Shubow, Lola Steinbaum,
Beverly Weitzman, Ellen Zeff,
Debbie Katz, Tom Bonin, Marc
Dworkin, Jerry Bigelman, Paul
Garber, Eric Luria, and Randy
A special award for outstanding
service to both school and com-
munity was presented to senior
Deborah Goldin.
Among those receiving the
award for the senior class were
Deborah Goldin and Lola Stein-
baum, and among those receiving
the award for the junior class were
Nancy Garlock, Jules Gardin, Eric
Luria, Leslie Stern, and Randy
The Soroptimums. a girls service
club at Southfield High School,
elected Susan Marrich vice-presi-
dent, and Leslie Stern parliamen-
The results from the National
Merit Scholarship Examinations
have recently been received at
Southfield High. Among those
qualifying were Nancy Garlock,
Sidney Hantler and Randy Zusman.
The National Honor Society of
Southfield High recently held
their elections for the officers of
the corning school year. Elected
to succeed Sheldon Davis as presi-
dent was Randy Zusman. Also
elected for the coming year was
Leslie Stern, vice-president.
Once again Southfield High
School will be represented at the
annual Wolverine Girls a nd Boys
State to be held at the beginning
of summer vacation. The Girls
Convention will be held at the
University of !Michigan. June 16-
25. while the Boys Convention
will he at the Michigan State Uni-
versity Campus June 18 to 25.
Among those participating are
Leslie Stern, attending Girls State,
and Randy Zusman, attending
Boys State.
Southfield seniors will end their
formal high school careers on Mon-


,Jewish Woman Judge
Appointed in Holland

Juliana appointed a Jewish Judge,
Dr. Anna A. L. Minkenhof, to the
High Court of Justice at the Su-
preme Court of Judicature in The
Hague. Dr. Minkenhof, 55, was the
first woman solicitor general of

Goldman-Kukes Rites
Are Solemnized Here

Shaarey Zedek Consecrants
Announce At Home Receptions

Annual consecration service of Cong. Shaarey Zedek will take
place on June 7. At home receptions will be held that afternoon and
evening for the following Shaarey Zedek consecrants:
ROSALIND DIANE HEIDEMAN, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Louis
Heideman, 18010 Roselawn, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
SUSAN CAROL KLEIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Klein,
19985 Robson, 2-5 p.m.
CAROLINE KRAMER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. Kramer,
18104 Parkside, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
MARGIE RADNER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Radner, 19635
Shrewsbury, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
JANE SHETZER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shetzer, 1'7191
Woodingham, 8:00 D.M. No cards.
MARCY MIRIAM TATKEN, daughter of Mrs. Louis Tatken, 20030
Picadilly Rd., 2-5 p.m. No cards.


Hillel Day School to Give Citation
to Torn Borman for Community Ala

A program of community in- exemplified in such interprises as
terest has been prepared for the the Jewish Theological Seminary,
sixth annual founders day dinner Yeshiva University, Technion and
of the Hillel Day School, Wednes- Bar Ilan University. He and his
day evening, June 24, it was an- brother, Al Borman, have shared
nounced by Abe Kasle, general many of these interests, endowing
chairman of the event.
the Borman Near East Lecture
A feature of the evening will Series at Wayne State University.
In 1960 Borman received the
be the presentation of a Corn-
"Defender of Israel award," in
munit y Service
recognition of his Bond Israel
Citation to Tom
Borman. A simi-
Guest speaker at the founders
lar citatio n
day dinner will be Dr. Max Arzt,
will be conferred
faculty professor and vince chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theological
Borman, w h o
For information concerning the
has shown an ac-
school or reservations for the
tive interest in
dinner, call LI 8-8224.
the Hillel Day
School from its
inception, h a s
achieved a na-
tional reputation
as an outstand-
ing leader and
The annual meeting and elect-
philanthropist. He
tion of the officers of the Hillel
has served in the
Day School will be held Tuesday,
front ranks ofleadership in the 8:15 p.m. at the Jewish Center,
Jewish Welfare Federation, the 15110 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park.
Zionist Organization, Sinai Hos-
The following were nominated:
pital, Jewish Home for the Aged, president, Max Goldsmith; vice-
and numerous other community presidents, Abe Kasle, Nathan E.
endeavors. He has ardently sup- Shur, Saul Waldman and Sherman
ported the religious life of the Shapiro; secretaries, Milton Mar-
community, as a member of Con- wil, Howard S. Danzig, Mrs. Gerson
gregation Shaarey Zedek and Adas Berris; and treasurer, Philmore
Shalom. He is chairman of the Leemon.
Detroit Israel Bond Committee.
Borman has shown special de-
Congressman John D. Dingell, votion to the cause of higher edu-
Democrat, announced his candi- cation, both here and in Israel, as
dacy for Congress in the Sixteenth
District just created by the State
Legislature. This district is com-
posed of parts of the old Fifteenth
and his
District represented by Dingell
Expertly Fitted
and his father for 34 years, and
20127 W. 7 MILE RD.
"Music As You Like It"
parts of the old Sixteenth District.
Representative Dingell, a vet-
LI 5-2737
U 7-0896
Parking in Rear
eran of five terms in Congress,
"I will be campaigning upon my
record of legislative effort and
accomplishment in the fields of
LI 8-1116
conservation of natural resources,
LI 8-2266
hospitaliation for the aged and
other liberalizations of the Sociay
Security Act. and protection of the
rights of small businessmen and
Dingell. 37. is the youngest
member of the Michigan Con-
gressional delegation. He is mar-
ried to the former Helen Henebry,
and they have three children.
He is a graduate of Georgetown
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
University and Georgetown Uni-
more important than what you say is
University Law School, and is an
how you say it. Expressions of sym-
.overseas veteran of World War
pathy, best wishes or congratulations
are much more effective with a gift
He worked as research assistant
basket that speaks for you ... in an
to United State District Judge
eye appealing, taste - tempting and
Judge Theodore Levin, served as
satisfying manner.
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of
Wayne County, and has been a
We are Michigan's leader in
practicing attorney since 1952.
Rep. Dingell is one of the
There must • be a reason!!
staunchest supporters of Israel in
cap UNiversity 24800.. aid MAW ire
The headquarters of all five
automobile companies manufactur-
ing passenger cars in the United
3205 W. McNICHOLS RD. (at Wildemc -r.•:
States are located in Michigan.

At a candlelight cere mony
Wednesday evening, at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, Barbara Kukes,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
B. Kukes of Suffolk Dr. was united
in marriage to Dr. Sidney Hirsch
Goldman, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Perry Goldman of Princeton Ave.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Cantor
Jacob Sonenklar officiated.
The bride was gowned in ivory
peau de soie with a rounded neck-
line, bateau sleeves and Empire
bodice of peau de lange lace. The
floor-length sheath skirt fell into
a chapel train. She wore a
shoulder-length mantilla of match-
ing lace and ivory French illusion
and carried a sheaf of Stephanotis,
Sheila Josephson was maid of
honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs.
Dennis Dubrow, Nancy Rattner,
and Judith Abrams of Scranton,
Dr. Goldman, father of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Seating the guests were Michael
Kukes, Thomas Kukes, Jeffrey
Kukes, Dr. Mark Saidman, Dr.
Harvey Ruskin, Dr. Kenneth Ze-
gart and Edward Berkowitz.
After a Hawaiian Islands wed-
ding trip, Dr. and Mrs. Goldman
will reside in Palo Alto, Calif.

Hillel Day School
Election Tuesday

Dingell to Run
in New District


Ay ,%,tth,

Sheldon Rott



"Smartest Move

You'll Ever Make"


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