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July 02, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-02

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At the annual meeting of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Detroit, Judge Burton Shifman
was elected president to succeed
Dr. Israel Wiener. Seymour Frank
was elected chairman of the execu-
tive committee.
Other o f f i c e r s include: vice
presidents, Mrs. Abraham Scheuer
and Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, Blue-
White Boxes; Rubin H. Isaacs,
publicity: Harry Kaminer and

MRS. WILLIAM LEVY

Beverly Sue Malin and William
Alan Levy were married in an eve-
ning ceremony June 26 at Temple
Beth El. Dr. Richard C. Hertz of-
ficiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore E. Malin of Lich-
field Rd. and Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence I. Levy of New Rochelle,
N. Y.
The bride wore a fitted peau de
sole gown. Its scooped neck-
line was appliqued with Alencon
lace dotted with seed pearls. A
sleeveless pyramid coat was worn
over the dress, the back of the
coat falling into a chapel train and
the front appliqued with the lace
and seed pearls. The matching
bouffant silk illusion veil was at-
tached to a peau de soie ringlet
which encircled her hairdo. The
bride carried her confirmation
Bible covered with Stephanotis.

Linda Malin served as maid
of honor. The bridesmaids were
Marjorie and Agnes Levy, the
bridegroom's s i s t e r s; Elaine
Malin, the bride's sister; and
Nancy GOttleib.

Arnold Chernoff served as best
man. Ushers were Major Harold
Grey, Steven Rich, Alan Lorenz
and Robert Stillman.
Jacqueline Malin of North Hol-
lywood, Calif., was flower girl.

Sheldon and Stuart Rich served
as ringbearers.
Following a honeymoon to
Jamaica, the couple will reside in
Highland Park, N. J.

Recurrences

BY HARRY MAXMAN

When I was a little boy
Centuries and centuries ago,
The first thing that caught my sight
Was a man dying and glad to go.
And I have wondered.
These many and ancient years,
I have wondered and wept and smiled,
How many deaths we die secretly
Before we make way
For the next-born child.

000,000 or 13 per cent.
E bond buying, which accounted

Bernard and Bella Isaacs, was pre-
sented with an Israeli Bible in ap-
preciation of his successful activi-
ties as chairman of the annual
dinner and for his devotion to JNF.
A plaque was presented to Mr.

for $19.8 million of the month's
total, was off 14% from May, 1964.
Purchases of H bonds made up
the remaining $1,044,000 and were
ahead of those for last year by 3%.
Michigan's record for the first
five months of 1965 was more en-
couraging. Combined purchases of
the two popular series were $127,-
425,000 for the January-May per-
iod. This compared with $122.1
million in comparable 1964.
As of May 31, Michigan had ac-
counted for 43.5% of its 1965
Treasury-assigned goal of $292.8
million.

and Mrs. I. M. Faxstein, who are
planting a forest of 10,000 trees in
Israel in their family's honor.
Rabbi Milton Arm of the na-
tional JNF office addressed the
annual meeting, and an Israeli
movie was shown.

MISS MARSHA TUKEL

gewry

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Tukel of
Manistee Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Marsha to Murray Hel-
Judge Shifman Seymour Frank
This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
fer, son of Mrs. Sylvia Helfer of
Philip Chapnick, organizations;
Roselawn Ave. and the late Mr.
Mrs. Pearl Nosan, women's auxil-
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
James Helfer.
iary; Phillip Stollman and Harry
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Cohen, religious groups; Dr. Is-
Mr. Helfer is a graduate of
Station: WWJ.
rael Wiener, youth and education.
Feature: "The Flood," fourth of Wayne State University. The cou-
Larry L. Guttenberg, who re- a series of 15 literary dialogues ple is planning a Nov. 25 wed-
ported as chairman of the nominat- between Mark Van Doren and ding.
ing committee, was elected treas- Maurice Samuel on the subject of
urer; Samuel J. Wilson, co-treas- the poetry of the iBble.
* * *
urer with Samuel J. Wilson as co-

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treasurer, and Maurice Baker and
Selma Friedman, secretaries.

The following were elected mem-
bers of the board:

Leonard Baron, Judge Victor Baum,
Sam Belkin, Cantor Simon Bermanis,
Mrs. Bess Berris, Alfred H. Bounin,
Morris J. Brandwine, S. Jerome Bron-
son, Isadore Brown, Judge Benjamin
D. Burdick, Rose Chesluk, Harry E.
Citrin, Avern L. Cohn, Hy Crystal,
Rabbi Hayim Donin, William M. Ell-
mann, I. M. Faxstein, Mrs. I. M.
Faxstein, Herman Fishman, Dr. Leon
Fram, Mrs. Aaron Friedman, Philip
Gilbert, Mrs. M. Goldoftas, Abraham
Goldstein, Nathaniel H. Goldstick,
Joseph Gorman, Rabbi Irwin Groner.
Lawrence Gubow, Ben Harold, Earl
Hordes, Mrs. William Hordes, Morris
Karbal, Mrs. I. Kardener, Abe Kasle,
Mrs. Samuel Katz, Judge Charles Kauf-
man, Judge Ira G. Kaufman, Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman, Judge George D.
Kent, Harry Koltonow, Mrs. Morris
Kutinsky;
Mrs. Morris Lachover, Benjamin
M. Laikin, Mrs. Benjamin M. Laikin,
Albert Lee, Mrs. Norman Leemon, Mrs.
George Lerner, Prof. Samuel M. Levin,
Mrs. William Levin, M. Ben Lewis,
Morris Lieberman, Morris A. Lifshay,
Michael Michlin, Mrs. Michael Mich-
lin, Assaf Orr, Irving Palman, A. C.
Perlman, Mrs. Jack Perlman, Judge
Joseph J. Pernick, Al Posen, Mrs. Sid-
ney Ravin, Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum,
Cantor A. A. Rosenfeld, David Schoi-
chit, Harry Schumer, Levi Shapiro,
David Silver, David Sislin, Philip Slomo-
vitz, Cantor Jacob H. Sonenklar, Rabbi
Joshua S. Sperka, Max Stollman, Mrs.
Max Stollman, Philip Taubman, Zvi
Tomkiewicz, Ben Wigder, Mrs. Edward
Wishnetsky and Nathan Wiss.

activities in Israel this sum-
mer involving some 500 students,
faculty, alumni and friends of

America's oldest and largest uni-
versity under Jewish auspices, It
was announced by Dr. Samuel Bel-
kin, president.
The educational program s,
which range from a U.S. Office

of Education sponsored Hebrew
Language Institute to teenage
tours including intensive study
sessions, will start on July 6 when
the first group of students ar-
rives in Jerusalem.

prominent Orthodox Rabbi:

Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal

and two steady Mashgichim.

Inspected

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Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "Hope and Wishful
Thinking," with Dr. Henri E.
Front, director of the Pennsyl-
vania Council of UAHC; and Rabbi
Joshua 0. Haberman of Her Sinai
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Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2 and WJBK•
Feature: "Deep are the Roots
—American Democracy and the
Bible," a discussion by Rabbi
Moses Lehrman of Bnai Moshe
Synagogue on the historic roots
and significance of American inde-
pendence and freedom.
* * *

AGENDA FOR ACTION
Time: 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WDTM-FM (106.7).
and
Time: 7:05 p.m. Monday.
Station: CKLW-FM (p3.9).
Feature: "Federal Aid to Edu-
cation"; a debate on the issue of
whether the Federal aid-to-educa-
tion program should include aid
to parochial schools. Participants
Dr. Wiener was honored at the were Howard M. Squadron, chair-
meeting for his untiring services man of the commission on law
as president and for his direction and social action of the AJCong-
of the fund's varied activities here. ress; Dr. Charles Rice of Fordham
University Law School; and Dr.
John J. Hicks, pastor of the St.
Marks Methodist Church in Man-
hattan.

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SALAMI •

Combined purchases of series
E and H savings bonds by Michi-
gan residents amounted to $20,-
878,000 in May, lower than in the
same month a year ago by $3,-

Morris Brandwine, who reported
on the outstanding success of the
dinner that was given in honor of

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Judge Shilman and Seymour Frank Marsha Tukel to Wed
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M. Brandwine and Faxsteins Honored

Beverly Sue Malin
Bride of William Levy

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