Susan Nelson Marries 2 Master of Law Degrees
Samuel Jacob . Bernstein Among
Granted to Local Men
MRS. SAMUEL BERNSTEIN
Robert M. Ken, 19550 Stratford,
was awarded the degree of master
of laws in international law, from
the University of Michigan as a
member of the spring graduating
A masters of law degree also
went to Paul R. Grant, 19207
Other Detroiters graduated by
the law school at U. of M. are
Harvey Chayet, 19793 Cheyenne,
Leslie R. Docks, 19765 Warring-
ton, Alan A. May, 19610 Fairway,
and David R. Shevitz, 18272 San
Juan,_ all of whom received juris
doctor degrees; and Hiram S.
Grossman, 17186 Ohio, Sanford A.
Klein, 19727 Hubbell, Terry A.
Mossman, 19680 Shrewsbury, and
Elwood S. Simon, 18922 Muirland,
all with bachelor of laws.
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• SPORT COATS
Just So. of 9 Mile Rd.
THE LIGHT TOUCH
Your Neighborhood Pharmacist
A well informed man is one whose wife has just told him
what she thinks of him . .
We know a fellow who has 150 books, but no bookcase.
No one will lend `him a bookcase . .
EDDIE WOLFE, former Detroit-
er now living in Chicago, was a
recent visitor to the home town as
he frequently is . . . and brought
this true giggle-getter back with
him . . . A salesman friend was
growing nervous about traveling
by air and went to a statistician
one day . . "Can you tell me,"
he asked, "what the odds would be
against my boarding an aircraft on
which somebody had hidden a
Air travel is the way to see less and less of more and
more . .
You might call Bill a bald-faced liar— except that he has
a moustache . . .
His sister, Sue, hasn't time to look for her ideal man.
She's too busy looking for a husband . .
bomb?" . . . The statistician re-
plied that he couldn't tell him until
he had analyzed the available data,
and to come back again in a week
. . . On his next visit, the sales-
man asked if he had the answer
. . . "Certainly," the statistician
said. "The odds are one million to
one against your getting on an
aircraft with a bomb on it." . . .
The salesman admitted that those
were good odds, but that he wasn't
sure they were good enough for
him since he traveled a good deal
. . . "Well, if you want to be really
safe," the statistician said, "carry
a bomb with you. The odds are one
billion to one against your board-
ing an aircraft with two bombs on
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EMPLOYE OF A local daily
tells us about this letter which
came to the subscription depart-
ment . . . "My son has been read-
to Mark 40th Year
Friday, June 10, 1966-27
Susan Hilla Nelson and Samuel
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Jacob Bernstein were married
noon Tuesday at Shaarey Zedek
Synagogue. The parents of the
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold
R. Nelson of Burton Rd. and,Mrs.
Mandell Bernstein of Shrewsbury
Rd. and the late Mr. Bernstein.
This Week's Radio and
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza over taffeta with a chapel
train. Organza rose petals held
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
the silk illusion veil.
Station: Channel 2
Marcia Nelson Silverman was
her sister's matron of honor.
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Bridesmaids were Diane Bern-
stein Solomon and Frances Arkis
Feature: "Emphasis on Youth,"
of Alton, Ill. Elisa Silverman
a series of four programs in which
was the flower girl.
Jack Serlin was best man. Ush- the Jewish comunity looks at its
ers were Jerome Solomon, Robert youth. Hostess for the series is Mrs.
Silverman. , Lester Harris and New- Lewis Grossman. chairman of the
broadcasting committee of the Jew-
ish Community Council. Mrs. Gross-
The couple is honeymooning
in man will explore the areas of
Mexico and New Orleans.
cultural involvement available, in
which young people participate.
The show will also feature the
Young Dancers Guild of the Jewish
Community Center, under the direc-
tion of Harriet Berg; students of
Sholem Aleichem Institute will the United Hebrew Schools in-
hold a 40th anniversary dinner- volved in Kfar Ivri, a Hebrew-
dance at the Pick-Fort Shelby Ho- s p e a k i n g camp experience; and
tel. The institute Sheila Fiekowsky, violinist, of the
will honor its past Jewish Center Symphony Orches-
presidents, and tra, accompanied by Bella Goldberg.
music will be pro-
vided by Erwin
HEAR OUR VOICE
Kanter a n d his
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
orchestra. For in-
Feature: "Jan Peerce Singing
the chairman of Yiddish Folk Songs," with an or-
this event, Mrs. chestra conducted by Abraham
Allan Grundy, Ellstein. The singer in his rendi-
tions will be heard and commented
George M. Zeltzer, president of upon by Cantor Harold Orbach of
the institute, referring to the con- Temple Israel host of the series.
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tribution of the past 40 years, in
the pursuit of Jewish culture in
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Detroit and its community, said the
Time: 10:30 p.m: Sunday
institute has provided facilities for
a complete Jewish life by social,
Feature: "Words We Live By"
cultural, educational and recrea- will be presented this summer. The
tional activties, and we have al- series takes the form of conversa-
ways regarded Jewish holidays as tions between Mark Van Doren,
..an important family activity.
author, critic and Pulitzer Prize-
winning poet, who is professor
NORMAN H. BIRNKRANT was emeritus of English at Columbia
re-elected a member of the board University and Maurice Samuel,
of the Economic Club.
author and lecturer.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ing since his confine-
ment to a mental institution. Now-
that he is cured, I wish to cancel
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TICKETS WILL BE going fast
for the 43rd anniversary dinner-
dance of Daylight Masonic Lodge,
June 26, at Elmwood Casino . . .
Reason is "An Evening With Totie
Fields." . . . She's America's fore-
most comedienne, and has the Sun-
day night off but will do her won-
derful nitery routines in a. full
hour performance for the expected
packed house . . . Everybody is in-
vited . . . Call Chairman Harry
Hochman for reservations, BR 3-
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SAMMY WOOLF, the very fine
orchestra leader about town, re-
cently overheard two kids talking
. . . "What are you gonna be when
you grow up?" asked the first . . .
"A solider," answered the smaller
kid . . . "Yeah? What if you get
killed?" . . . "Killed?" demanded
the small boy. 'Who'd kill me?"
. . . "The enemy." . . . "Well," the
kid said, thoughtfully, "in that
case, I'll be the enemy."
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AT THE BORMAN-FELIX wed-
ding Tuesday there was a happy
reunion. Israel and Bella TaMes
commenced a friendship with Al
Borman, father of thebridegroom,
Leonard Sholom Borman, when
they arrived together from Europe
44 years ago. That friendship has
persisted since and Mr. and Mrs.
Taines, who now live at Diplomat
Towers, Hollywood, Fla., came
here especially for the Borman-
Felix wedding . . . The new bride,
Serena Phyllis, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Felix . . •
Rabbi Irwin Groner introduced an
interesting ceremony at the wed-
ding . . . Since Leonard Sholom is
the Borman's youngest son, he
supervised a dance by the family,
led by the newlywed Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Sholom Borman, with Mrs.
Al Borman seated in the center of
the dancing group . . . it was the
WHERE THEY ARE . . .
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2100, I.W. Section, Class 6-66,
Ordinance School M.C.S., Quan-
tico, Va. 22134.
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