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August 20, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-20

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Hinda ChicorelMarried
to Benjamin Askenazy

Women's
atths

Simmer-Goode Vows
Solemnized in Flint

PYTHIAN SISTERS, Greater De-
troit Temple, will sponsor a Hay-
ride and Barn Dance 9 p.m. Sept.
11 at Jim Schultheis' Ranch in
Milford. For information and tick-
ets call Audrey Saperstein, DI 1-
4402, or Esther Fox, EL 6-8530.

* * *

MRS. BENJAMIN ASSENAZY

In a candlelight ceremony.
Wednesday evening at Cong. Shar-
rey Zedek, Hinda Renee Chicorel
and Benjamin David Askenazy
were united in marriage.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. David Chicorel of Pem-
broke Rd., and Mrs. Wolf Snyder
of Strathcona Rd. and the late
Mr. Gershon Askenazy.
Rabbi Morris Adler and Cantor
Jacob Sonenklar afficiated.
The bride wore an Empire prin-
cess-style gown, with a skirt of
peau de soie. It was styled with
a scoop neckline and short sleeves,
and the bodice of hand-corded -im-
porded Alencon lace was embroid-
ered with pearls and crystals. The
Watteau panel train fell to full
chapel length. Double silk peau
de soie roses with lace petals held
the full tiered veil of imported
silk illusion.
Marilyn Chicorel served as
maid of honor, and Judith Chic-
orel as junior bridesmaid, both
sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Harold Milinsky, and
Leah Snyder, sisters of the
bridegroom; Shelley Chicorel
and Lynn Satovsky.
Dr. Harold Milinsky served as
best man. Ushers were Michael
Stone of Toronto, Stephen Bloom,
Neil Satovsky, Lawrence Trunsky,
Marc Chicorel, Anthony Payson,
Lawrence•Sibrack and Mark Levin.
The couple will honeymoon in
northern Michigan and will reside
in Birmingham.

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BACK-TO-SCHOOL
IN HACK 'SHOES

AMERICAN MEDICAL CEN-
TER AT DENVER, New Life
Chapter, announces that newly-
installed resident Mrs. Louis Par-
zen is attending the national con-
vention in Denver this week. The
first project of the chapter is "Tag
Day," which will be held Sept. 8-
12. To help in this work, contact
Tag Day Chairman, Mrs. Gilbert
Borenstein, LI 6-7596, or her co-
chairman, Mrs. Max Rabinowitz, LI
12908. An open Tag Day Rally
meeting will be held at the home
of the chairman, 15410 Miller, Oak
- Park, Aug. 31.
* * *
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
City of Hope, is now accepting new
applicants for membership. Appli-
cations may be submitted until
Sept. 8 to Mrs. Maury Gordon, vice
president of membership, who may
be contacted at LI 7-4876. A "Get-
Acquainted Evening," explaining
the fund-raising and fun projects
of the group will be held 8 p.m.
Sept. 8 at Rosenberg's Holiday Ca-
tering, by invitation only.
* * *
SOUTHFIELD GROUP, Hadassah
will walk through various areas in
Southfield Aug. 16-30, greeting
new-comers to the area and invit-
ing them to a membership tea 12:30
p.m. Aug. 31 at the home of Mrs.
Harold Simon, 24556 Lafayette Cir-
cle. The walk-a-thon is being
planned by Mrs. Herbert Schnaar,
membership vice president, and
her committee, who invite any in-
terested womn to attend. Mrs. Reu-
ben Bienstock, president of the
Michigan Region, will discuss Ha-
dassah's role in the United States
and in Israel. Group President Mrs.
Charles Snider and Mesdames Jack
Schou, Leslie Pensler and E. N.
Rottenberg, vice presidents, will
explain various local activities of
the group. Refreshments will be
provided by Mrs. James Landsman
and her committee.
* * *
BRANDEIS CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its annual "Don-
or Pledge and Pay Party" 12:30
p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs.
Meyer Stern, 31126 Franklin Fair-
way, Farmington. A report on the
recent convention in Philadelphia
will be given by Mesdames Sidney
Goodman, Beatrice Newmark and
Jack Berent.

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Plan Panel Discussion
on Co-Operative Life

Mrs. Arnold Frank, president of
the Detroit Women's Division,
American Jewish C o n g r es s, an-
nounced that the Rev. John A. Die-
trich of the Maryknoll Fathers,
will lead a panel discussion en-
titled "Self-Help — The Better
Way?" at the opening meeting of
the Women's Division 12:15 p.m.,
Sept. 9 at Temple Beth El.
Father Dietrich, who has spent
the last seven years in the Amazon
Basin, guiding Bolivian natives in
the establishment of self-help com-
munity cooperatives, will discuss
his experiences and the impact of
these successful Alliance-for-Prog-
ress-type projects.
He will be joined by Harold
Berke, staff member of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, who will pres-
- ent the Israeli kibbutz concept of
cooperatives, and Jeffrey Jenks,
26-year-old Peace Corps worker
just back from the Philipines, rep-
resenting the Peace Corps ap-
proach.
The meeting will be open to the
public and includes a dessert
luncheon. Call WO. 5-3319 for re-
servations and information.

Joel Lieber, whose guide book
"Israel on $5 a Day" attracted
wide attention last year, has pro-
duced a revised 1965-66 edition
which has just been published by
Arthur Frommer, Inc., (80 4th,
NY3) and is being distributed
by Pocket Books, Inc., (630 5th,
NY20).
Containing the basic material
that appeared in the first edition,
the revised current product in-
cludes some valuable additions and
retains the factual data originally
•compiled by the author.
Lieber advises where to go,
hotels, places to eat, the manner
of travel—all to enable the read-
er who is guided by his book to
be in Israel on $5 a day.
Every portion of Israel is in-
cluded in the proferred advice, and
the traveler, if he follows Lieber's
advice, will be able to go as far
as the Negev—all on the estimated
$5 a day.
The comparative figures quoted
by Lieber show the expense of driv-
ing in Israel and of using cars with
chauffeurs—the latter at $34 a day
and $6 extra for overnight accom-
modations for the driver. But the
fares by bus and railway help
make sense in the suggested $5 a
day experience.
There is a chapter in this guide
book by Sylvia Lieber on "Pay-
ing and Shopping." The direction to
definite places, to selected hotels
and restaurants, is accompanied
by costs. The author seems to prove
his point: it is possible to tour
Israel on $5 a day.
Some 20,000 words have been
added to Lieber's best-selling
guide to Israel published in the
United States.
The new volume is the only
guide to Israel that details current
1965 prices for personally investi-
gated, moderately-priced hotels
and restaurants.
It is the only guide that in-
cludes a complete description of
the just-opened (May 11) Israel
National Museum in Jerusalem.
The museum complex—compris-
ing the Billy Rose Sculpture
Garden, the Dead Sea Scrolls,
and the Bezalel and Bronfman
museums—is a major sightsee-
ing destination for visitors to
Israel this summer.
New maps pinpoint the street
location of middle-class hotels.
Expanded sections deal with
student travel opportunities with-
in Israel and the country's newest
travel rage, the "vacation villages."
The author examines at length
the many facilities provided by
ISTA, the Israel Student Travel
Association, which, Lieber states,
is the best organized, most effi-
cient student travel group he has
ever seen.

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All high school-aged girls are
invited to the annual Dalia Junior
Hadassah swim party and barbe-
cue noon Monday at the home of
Barb Kaufman, 1318 Ardmoar,
Birmingham. For reservations, call
Janice Blau, 353-5185.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1965-19

Opportunities for vacationing at
Israel's unique vacation villages
are explored in depth—the French
village at Ashkelon, the Club
Mediterranee at Achziv and the
rustic, seaside villages at Caesarea
and Tantura.
"Israel On $5 a Day" is part of
the ever-expanding library of $5-
a-day books. Soon to be released
are "Washington, D. C. on $5 a
Day" and "Greece on $5 a Day."

New Secretary Reports to
Hillel School PTO Board

Etty Rayfield, new executive sec-
retary of the Hillel School, was in-
troduced to the board of the P.T.O.
at its first board meeting of the
school year, headed by newly-re-
elected president Mrs. Gershon
Berris.
Miss Rayfield, who has been as-
sociated with the Jewish Welfare
Federation for the past six years,
reported on recent developments at
the school.
It was announced that as 'a serv-
ice to parents, teachers and stu-
dents, Hillel mothers plan to op-
erate a supply and book shop the
Tuesday preceding the opening of
the semester and the first week of
school.

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the nineteenth century, today
numbers some 1,000 persons, more
than half of whom live in the cap-
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the remainder residing in Kobe.

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MRS. MITCHELL SIMMER

Cong. Beth Israel in Flint was
the setting for the marriage of
Carolyn Rita Goode and Mitchell
Simmer last Sunday. Parents of
the couple are Dr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Goode of W. McClellan St.,
Flint, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Simmer of Fairfield Ave.
Officiating at the ceremony were
Rabbis Milton Schlinsky of Cong.
Beth Israel and Jacob Segal, and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel.
The bride's gown of Alencon
lace had a fitted bodice with a
scalloped. Sabrina neckline and
short sleeves. The sheath skirt
of peau de soie was appliqued in
lace traced with hand-rolled peau
de soie rosebuds. Seed pearls and
reembroidered lace detailed the
shoulder-length mantilla. She car-
ried Phaeleanopsis orchids, Steph-
anotis and English ivy in a cas
cade bouquet.
Mrs. Michael Goode of Ann Ar-
bor was matron of honor for her
sister-in-law, and Susan Wesighan
of Washington, D.C. was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids included Mrs.
Frank Kasle, Mrs. Jack Brenner,
Sharron Thomas, Lynne Mirvis
and Jo Beth Klopman of Holly.
Best man for his brother was
Lawrence Simmer. Ushers includ-
ed another brother, Joel Simmer;
Michael Goode of Ann Arbor and
Merton Goode of Flint, brothers
of the bride; Sandor Gelman,
Charles Olender and Harvey Aid-
em.
The couple is honeymooning in
Bermuda.

Lieber Proves: 'Israel on $5 a
Day' Is Possible for the Tourist

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