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August 20, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-20

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Frances Rubenstein
Joseph Golden Marry

Morse JonesVows Told;
Couple to Live in Italy

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JWV Activities

BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
hold a general membership meet-
ing 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Oak
Park Community Center. The pro-
gram will feature "The Breath of
Life," an informative film by the
Michigan Cancer Society. For in-
formation on membership, call
Fern Seltzer, 546-5875.
* * *
DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
will hold a regular meeting 8 p.m.
Thursday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Refreshments will be
served.

MRS. JOSEPH GOLDEN

Temple Israel was the setting
for the recent marriage of Frances
_ Rubenstein and Joseph Golden.
Officiating were Rabbis M. Robert
,Syme and Irvin Groner and Cantor
— Harold Orbach.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Rubenstein of
Winchester Ave., Huntington
Woods, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Golden of Cranbrook Dr.
The A-line of the bride's peau
de sole gown was accepted with
seed pearls and crystal beads be-
neath the Empire bodice. Import-
ed Chantilly lace framed her face,
and she carried a single white
orchid on her confirmation Bible.
Ann Rubenstein was her sister's
maid of honor, while Mrs. Har-
riet Mellin was matron of honor
for her niece. Cynthia Chumack,
Marcia Dresner and Ellen Smith
were bridesmaids.
Frederick Golden was his broth-
er's best man. Louis Rubenstein,
Sheldon Miller, Dr. Burton Faud-
em, Robert Galin, Sourin Hovse-
pian, and Michael Maddin were
ushers.
The newlyweds are honeymoon-
ing in Acapulco and Mexico City.

Connor to Sponsor
Senior Citizen Aid

MRS. EDWARD MORSE

Two resolutions to alleviate
some problems of Detroits' senior
citizens have been introduced be-
fore the Detroit Common Council
by Councilman Edward Connor.
The first would extend the hours
and days under which the Depart-
ment of Street Railways would of-
fer reduced price service to De-
troits' senior citizens.
The second would provide for
greatly expanded housing facilities
for the elderly to be included in
all future residential urban rede-
velopment programs undertaken by
the City.

Lurie Heads Beth Aaron
Leadership Reception

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shenkman
will host a leadership reception on
behalf of Beth Aaron Synagogue,
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, in their
home, 3350 Sherbourne.
Shenkman is a past president of
Beth Aaron, a lifetime member of
the board of trustees, and is active
in the Allied Jewish Campaign, the
Unitde Hebrew Schools and other
communal affairs.
The reception will be in advance
Free refreshments will be avail- of the Beth Aaron pre-High Holy
able for senior citizens on Old Day Israel Bond appeal. Guest
Timers' Day at the Michigan State speaker will be Robert Lurie of St.
Louis.
Fair, Monday, Aug. 30.

Linda Kasle Jones, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones of Hamil-
ton Rd., was married recently to
Edward Lewis Morse at a cere-
mony at the Sheraton-Cadillac
solemnized by Rabbis Morris Ad-
ler and Jacob Segal. Mr. and Mrs.
Jonah B. Morse of Freeport, N.Y.
are parents of the bridegroom.
The bride's gown of antique
satin had an Empire bodice cov-
ered with a wide sash tied in a
French bow, which flowed into a
double panel in the back. She car-
ried a bouquet of white Phalae-
nopsis and foliage.
Mrs. Mark Petricoff and Karen
Jones were matron and maid of
honor for their sister Her brides-
maids were Mrs. Gerald Sager-
man of Baldwin, N.Y., sister of
the bridegroom; Mrs. Kenneth
Nobel of Palo Alto, Calif.; and
Joan Akers of Franklin.
Peter Morse of Freeport was his
brother's best man. Ushers were
David Jones, brother of the bride;
Stephen Pelz of Clinton, Conn.;
Wayne Price of Fayetteville, Ark.;
Kenneth Nobel of Palo Alto, Calif.;
and B. Garrison Paskus of Berke-
ley, Calif.
After a honeymoon in St. Tro-
pez, France, the couple will reside
in Bologna, Italy.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1965-25

Gets Research Grant

Weizmann Institute

D. Kaltman & Co., Inc. has made
a research grant for the develop-
ment of medical applications of
ferromagnetic materials to t h e
Weizmann Institute of Science un-
der an agreement with Yeda Re-
search and Development Co., an
affiliate of the Institute. This work
will be carried out under the direc-
tion of Prof. E. H. Frei, head of
the electronics department of the
Institute. The initial grant of
$80,000 will cover a two
period.
This announcement was made
jointly by Emanuel L. Wolf, presi-
dent of D. Kaltman & Co., Inc., and

Prof. Shneior Lifson, scientific
director of the Weizmann Institute
in Rehovoth, Israel. Wolf indicated
that further research grants may
be subsequently sponsored in other
research areas.

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