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August 20, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-20

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Diane Title Married
to Miles S. Auster


Bnai Moshe Synagogue was the
setting for the Sunday evening
marriage ceremony of Diane Helen
Title and Miles Steven Auster.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe M. Title of Mark Twain
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. William
Auster of Birwood Ave. Rabbi
Moses Lehrman officiated.
The bride's A-line gown had an
Empire waist, Sabrina neckline
and elbow-length sleeves of re-
embroidered Alencon lace, and a
satin skirt with a small chapel
sweep train.
Her maid of honor was Judith
Levy, and bridesmaids were Mrs.
James Rosbolt, Barbara Migdal and
Janis Ladenheim. Deborah Cohen
was flower girl. Best man was Law-
rence Auster, and Stephan Mill-
man, Gerald Title, Robert Wein-
berg and Robert Auster were ush-
After a honeymoon at the Nevele,
the couple will live at 13337 N.

• • • i
act ivities n Society

At a recent meeting of the Bodzin Family Club, held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blitz, 17180 Greenlawn, Sharon Duchan 18444
Northlawn was welcomed home for the summer from Stern College of
Yeshivah University where she will return in the fall. Harriet and
Yetta Bodzin will return home shortly after a two months' visit to
France, England and Switzerland. The annual pool party of the club will
be held Aug. 29, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bodzin.
Graduates of the Beth Jacob Schools now attending the Beth
Jacob Seminary in Jerusalem include Bernice Apt, Reva Bakst, Malka
Freedman, Judith Greenbaum, Leah Klein, Bluma Kravetz, Esther
Oppen, Judy Spitzer and Leni Wiener. Another graduate, Chaya
Tatelbaum, is attending the Mizrachi Seminary, also in Jerusalem.
Mrs. Louis M. Cooper, president of South Oakland County Chapter
of Hadassah, has returned from the national convention held last week
in New York.
Coming to Detroit especially for the wedding of Jerome Freedman
and Leah Ackerman will be Cantor Jacob Tembor of Boston, formerly
of Cong. Ahavas Achim, and Cantor Elchanan Gelber] of Beth Medrosh
Hagadol Synagogue in Denver.
Mrs. Israel Tuchman (Chulamit Laikin) and children, Rachel,
Dalia and Avid Laikin, of Los Angeles, are visiting her parents and
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Laikin of LaSalle
Blvd. Mr. Tuchman will join them on Sept. 1 for a period of their visit.
Lynne Rae Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Mason,
former Detroiters, of Monroe, received her Bachelor of Arts
Degree from Wayne State University this month. She has received
a graduate assistantship from the university and will teach Latin
with the start of the fall semester.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rosenthal of W. Outer Dr. have returned
from a trip to Washington, D.C. and New York. While in Washington,
they visited with their son, Dr. Alan J. Rosenthal, a staff member of
the St. Elizabeth Hospital.
Forty members of the Chernoff and Karse families met recently
to celebrate the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Chernoff, 13233 S. Norfolk; the 25th anniversary of their children Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Silverman 21802 Stratford, Oak Park; and the 15th
I anniversary of their youngest children, Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Kahrnoff,
20395 Briarwood Ct., Southfield.
Oak Parkers Dan Babitch, 14411 Elm, and Ed Bloom, 10450
Oneida, attended the American Contract Bridge League's National
Tournament in Chicago, where they succeeded in winning fourth place
in the Senior Masters Open Pair event in which nearly 500 pairs com-
peted. Bloom also placed second in the Edith Simon Pairs, playing
with his brother, Murray Bloom, 24601 Seneca, Oak Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burston and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wishnet-
sky, associates of the Hordes Insurance Agency, were among the 400
guests at the Columbia Mutual Life Insurance Co.'s 1965 sales con-
vention held July 15-18 at White Face Inn, Lake Placid, N.Y.

Bonds Leaders Discuss Expansion With Israelis

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Talks be- ernors; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, ex-
tween top officials of the Israel ecutive vice president; and Fi-
Bonds Organization and cabinet nance Minister Pinhas Sapir, Com-
ministers for expansion of the merce Minister Haim Zodak, and
bond organization began here other cabinet members.
Tuesday night.
The Detroit Hearing Center is of-
Participants included Samuel
Rothberg of Peoria, Ill., national fering free hearing tests at the
campaign chairman; Louis Boyar Michigan State Fair. Visit the test-
of Los Angeles, chairman of the ing trailer at the southwest corner
Bonds Organization board of gov- of White Hall.

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Senior Citizens will be admitted
free to the State Fair until 3 p.m.
on Old Timers' Day, Monday, Aug.
At the annual meeting of the
30. The fair runs from Aug. 27
through Sept. 6.
Hillel Day School, Max Goldsmith
was elected president for 1965-66.
The following officers also were
elected: vice presidents, Philmore
Leemon, Nathan Shur and Saul
Master of Ceremonies
Waldman; secretaries, Sherman
And His
Shapiro, Eliot Charlip and Milton
Dance and Entertainment
Marwil; and treasurer, Howard
Party Arrangement Specialist
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal was
KE 8-1291 elected
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honorary president.

Goldsmith Named Hillel President


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The following board members
were elected: "
Rabbi Morris Adler, Norman
Allan, Gerald Avrin, Leonard
Baron, Eli Benstein, Harold Berke,
Mrs. Rose Berris, Harold Berry,
Dr. Oscar Bigman, Morris Bloom-
berg, Morris Brandwine, Mrs. Wil-
liam Burk, Irving Caplan, Sol Dann,
Mrs. Sam Danto, Israel Elpern,
Rabbi Herbert Eskin, Cantor Nich-
olas Fenakel, Cantor R. Frankel,
Movsas Goldoftas, Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick, Irving Gould, Dr. Morris
Greenberg, Rabbi Irving Groner,
Earl Hordes, Morris Jacobs, Percy
Kaplan, Morris Karbel, Mrs. Ar-
nold Kass, Paul Kelman, Wallace
Kinzer, Cantor L. Klein, Mrs. Bella
Kozloff, Dr. Jacob Lassner, Rabbi
Moses Lehrman, Jack Malamud,
David Margolin, Harry Miller,
Philip Minkin, Morris Nobel, Don-
ald Nusholtz, Rabbi Seymour Pan-
itz, Harry Park, Albert Posen,
Leonard Rachmiel, Leo Rosen,
Lewis Saks, Bertrand Sandweiss,
Isaac Schaver, Rabbi A. I. Schnip-
per, Jerome Schostak, Nathan
Sharon, Jack Shenkman, William
Shulevitz, Dr. Lenard Sidlow, Eu-
gene Sloan, Carmi Slomovitz, Irv-
ing Sniderman, Wolf Snyder, Na-
than Soberman, Phillip Stollman,
Julius Wainer, Dr. Marvn Week-
stein and Mrs. Milton Weiss.
The following chairmen have
been named:
Advisory and planning, Abe
Kasle; _ administration, Howard
Danzig; cultural, Rabbi Irving
I. Schnipper; Dad's Club, Irv-
ing Caplan; education commission,
Wolf Snyder and Israel Elpern;
Friends of Hillel, Mrs. William
Burk; housing, Philmore Leemon;
legal, Eliot Charlip and Nathan
Shur; personnel, Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick; PTO, Mrs. Gerson .Ber-
ris; transportation, Jack Shenkman;
and tuition, Harry Miller.
Registration is now being held
at the school located at the Jewish
Center, 15110 W. Ten Mile Road,
in Oak Park, 458-8224.

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—the Talmud

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