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March 25, 1966 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-03-25

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Joan Tatken Is Bride
of Mr. Harold Provizer


Cong. Shaarey Zedek was the
scene of the noon marriage cere-
mony of Joan Tatken, daughter of
Mrs. Louis Berry of Parkside Dr.
and the late Mr. Louis Tatken, to
Harold Provizer, son- of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Provizer of Marlow Ave.,
Oak Park. Officiating was Rabbi
Irwin Groner, assisted by Cantors
Reuven Frankel and Jacob .S. Son-
The bride was gowned -in an en-
semble of gros de Londres, the
floor-lengt• dress styled with an
empire jeweled bodice and A-line
skirt. The coat featured matching
jeweled sleeves and a court-style,
-- chapel-length train. A matching
jeweled toque held the full tiered
veil of imported silk illusion.
Barbara Ann Tatken, sister of
the bride, served as maid of hon-
or, and the bridegroom's sister,
Mrs. Morris Starkman, was ma-
tron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Abraham
Levy and sisters of the bride, Mrs.
Harvey Snider and Marcy Tatken.
Susan Starkman, niece of the
groom, was a junior bridesmaid.
Dr. Morris Starkman served as
best man, and ushers were Harold
Berry, Peter Cooper, Marvin dher-
rin, Harry Nosanchuk, Stuart
Small and Harvey Snider.
The couple left for the Carib-
bean Islands and 'Florida before re-
turning to their new residence in


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People Make News

MRS. BROOK NOON of Birming-
ham,. an executive secretary for
Grand Steel and Manufacturing
Co., was crowned "Queen of the
Kitchen" in the Edison Company's
fifth annual cook-off for women
who work. Doing. the honors was
Edison President Donald F. Kigar.
of Rassco Corp., arrived for a
brief visit in the United States.
Stern is a member of the Knesset
and one of the leading figures of
the Israeli Liberal Party. He was a
candidate for the office of mayor
of Tel Aviv.
Mrs. ZENA HARMAN will re-
ceive the annual Freedom Cup
Award of the Women's League for
Israel at the organization's 38th
anniversary luncheon, April 26, in
the Imperial Ballroom of the Amer-
icana Hotel, New York, for "her
service to the Jewish people, the
State of Israel and UNICEF." Mrs.
Harman, who is the wife of Israel's
Ambassador to the United States,
last year accepted the Nobel Peace
Prize in her capacity as chairman
of the executive committe of UNI-
CEF. She continues to serve as Is-
rael's representative to the Chil-
dren's Fund.
* * *
'IRVING SPIEGEL, veteran re-
porter on Jewish affairs for the
New York Times, received the
first annual Stanley M. Isaacs
Human Relations Mass Media
Award of the American Jewish
Committee's New York chapter.
* * *
The National Council of Young
Israel announces that ABRAHAM
BEAME will be awarded the "Man
of the Year" citation at the 54th
anniversary dinner to take place at
the New York Hilton Hotel on
March 27.

* *


The Bronze Star Medal` was pre-
sented to Chaplain (Major) RICH-
ARD E. DRYER by direction of
President Johnson for "meritorious
service in connection with ground
operations against a hostile force
in the Republic of Vietnam during
the period January 1965 to Febru-
ary 1966," according to word re-
ceived by the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board's commission on Jewish
chaplaincy. Chaplain Dryer has
completed his assignment as a Jew-
ish chaplain in Vietnam and is be-
ing transferred to Germany.
* * *
HENRY HYMAN, 17, of Bay-
onne, N. J., has been appointed to
the adult committee planning War-
saw Ghetto Uprising Day, April 17,
in Times Square, New York. He
will represent Young Judaea. A
student at Bayonne High School,
Henry said that nearly 1,000
Young Judaea members from Nor-
thern New Jersey will attend the
* * •
YITZHAK ARTZI, secretary of
the Independent Liberal Party of
Israel, was appointed by the Zion-
ist Executive as head of the Ali-
yah Hanoar Department of the
Jewish Agency, filling the vacancy
left by the resignation of Moshe
Kol, who joined the coalition cabi-
net as minister for tourism and de-
* * •
Lawrence D. Bos, president of
Life Insurance Leaders of Michi-
gan announced the qualifications of
three lo c al members: JOSEPH
CAMDEN, agent for Northwestern
National Life Insurance Co., 15th-
year life member of Life Insurance
Leaders, and "Man of the Year"
three times for Detroit Agency of
Northwestern; HOWARD HAROLD
FINSILVER, agent for Business
Men's Assurance Co., sixth-year life
member of Life Insurance Leaders
and seventh-year member of Mil-
lion Dollar R o u n d Table; and
HAROLD S. NORMAN, agent for
Provident Life and Accident In-
surance Co., 17th-year life member
of Life Insurance Leaders and 14-
year member of Million Dollar
Round Table.


A total of $100,000 was raised by
the American Friends of the He-
brew University Sunday night at
a dinner honoring JOSEPH CUR-
RAN, president of the National
Maritime Union, AFL-CIO, who
was made an honorary fellow of
the university. The funds will be
used to establish a Joseph Curran
Fund for the humanities at the
Hebrew University. Israel Su-
preme Court Justice Haim Cohn
invested the honorary fellowship
on Curran, who was cited for his
"outstanding contribution to the
university in its work for science
and scholarship for Israel and the
Jewish people and for the progress
of mankind as a whole."
* * *
Drawings by artist ARTHUR
LIDOV, nephew of Detroiter Anna
Oxenhandler, were recently car-
ried on the front page of the Chi-
cago Daily News, accompanying an
article on space exploration by
famous science writer ISAAC ASI-
MOV. Lidov's large drawings, also
carried on the back page, illustrate
graphically what life will be like
when man lives in space.



• • • i
activ ities n Society

Sidney Selig, director of education of Cong. Beth Shalom, is
attending the convention of the Educators Assembly of the United
Synagogue of America in New York. Convention theme is "Developing
Sources for Personnel Recruitment in the Field of Jewish Education."
The next meeting of the Cornfield Family Club will be held 8 p.m.
Sunday at the home- of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kohlenberg, 21960
Gardner, Oak Park.


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Dr. Harold Weisberg is the
new chairman of
the Bnai Brith
commission on
adult Jewish edu-
cation. He was its
first director
when Bnai Brith
inaugurated the
adult study pro-
gram in 1953. Dr.
Weisberg, 40,
:now dean of the
Graduate School
of Arts and Sci-
ences at Bran-
deis University,
was elected to a
three-year term,
succeeding t h e
late Rabbi Morris
Dr. Weisberg Adler, who had
recommended him for the position.
* * *
The Wayne State University
School of Social Work and its
Alumni Association will present
their 12th annual social workers
Forum April 1, at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Theme for the one-
day forum is "Child Abuse." Dr.
ESTHER LAZARUS, director of
the Department of Public Welfare,
Baltimore, _Maryland, and a noted
authority in her field, will speak
on "The Abused Child—A New
-Entity?" at the opening 10 a.m.
session of the forum.
* * * .

the Northwestern Mutual .Life In-
surance Co., has been appointed
qualifying member of the 1966
Raund Table by
the executive committee of that

Crown Publishes
Novel on Akiba

Richard G. Hubler, -co-author of
the novel about Maimonides,
"Trial and Triumph," has written
an account of an earlier great sage
of the Jewish people, Akiba ben
"The Soldier and The Sage," to
be published by Crown March 10,
is a story told by Rufus Teneius, a
Roman tribune, who watched with
divided feelings as his friend Aki-
ba, the peasant realist and humor-
ist who by main force became the
great rabbinical scholar of his age,
helped Simeon Bar Cocheba, the
fierce "son of a star," lead a revolt
against Rome that almost brought
the Empire of Hadrian to its knees,

CJMCAG Relief in France
The Conference on Jewish
Material Claims Against Germany
last year . allocated a total Of
$2,304,535 for educational, social,
medical and general relief projects
in_ France.

Friday, March 25, 1966-29


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