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May 16, 1969 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-16

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Isadore Cohens Mark
50 Years of Marriage

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Israel Consul Mrs. Beilin

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By

Ruth
Sirkis

MR. AND MRS. ISADORE COHEN

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Cohen of
Providence Dr., Southfield, will
celebrate their golden wedding an-
niversary Sunday with a dinner
party at the Raleigh House.
The event will be hosted by the
couple's children, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
(Shirley) Monson, and eight grand-
children.
Mrs. Cohen is past president
and life member of Kinneret
Chapter of Pioneer Women,
member of– ORT, Hadassah and
Adas Shalom Sisterhood. Her hus-
band is past president of Pinsker
Aid Society, member of Mosaic
Lodge of the Masons, Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, United He-
brew Schools and Adas Shalom.
The Cohens were married in De-
troit and Mr. Cohen has been a
Detroit area resident for 59 years.
He had a department store on
Hastings St. for 45 years.

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A COOL BORSCHT WITH
SOUR CREAM
Since Shavuot is near, and it is
customary to serve dairy dishes on
Shavuot, we suggest a refreshing
borscht.
Borscht originated in East Eu-
rope and is now an integral part of
the Jewish menu. It calls for some
messy work like cleaning, peeling,
and cutting the beets. Since we
have here so many convenient
JUDITH BEILIN
foods and utensils, we can dupli-
Judith Beilin, consul of Israel in
cate the good flavor of old time
borscht with no effort.
New York, will be guest speaker
at the Jewish National Fund Aux-
1 can (1 pound) beets
2 cans-full water
iliary's sponsors champagne
2 tsp. pareve soup-mix
2 Tbls. lemon Juice
brunch 11:30 a.m. May 26, in the
1 tsp. sugar
1 egg yolk
home of Mrs. Douglas Schubot,
dash pepper
sour cream
23150 Twining, Southfield.
1. Open the can of beets and liquify it
The annual brunch is in advance
in the blender. Use also the liquids
of the fashion festival-luncheon
in the can.
2. Pour into a pot and add the soup- which will be held June 10 at Cong.
mix, 2 cans-full water and seasoning.
Shaarey Zedek and of which Mrs.
Boil for about five minutes.
3. Let it cool, combine the egg yolk Pearl Nosan, mother of Mrs.
with some borscht in a cup and then
add to the pot. Add lemon juice. Schubot, is chairman. Mrs. Nosan
Taste and correct seasoning. Do not held the first JNF sponsor lunch-
reheat it.
eon in her home.
4. Serve cold with sour cream in it.
(Copyright, 1969, JTA, Inc.)
Born in England of an aristo-
cratic family, Mrs. Beilin achieved
success as an actress both on the
stage and on the BBC. She gave
up all that in the 1930s to marry an
ardent young Zionist, Harry Beilin,
consul for economic affairs for the and to settle in then-riot-torn Pal-
Western states, who resides in Los estine.
Angeles.
From 1938 on, she and her hus-
• • •
Dr. MAX KARL NEWMAN, band participated actively in
every
phase of the establishment
medical director for the South-
and development of Israel. She
eastern Michigan Chapter of the
in the Hagana and in
was
active
Muscular Dystrophy Association,
and director of physical medicine the establishment of new settle-
ments. She was on the staff of
and rehabilitation at Detroit Memu-
rial-South Macomb Hospitals, an- the Palestine Broadcasting Serv-
ice
as actress, producer and
nounced that the Eighth Annual
newscaster. She worked for the
MUSCLE SYMPOSIUM will be

DR. WILLIAM A. WEXLER, In-
ternational president of Bnai Brith,
will be the honored guest at the
to Be at JNF Brunch
underground radio of Hagana annual luncheon of Olam Hadash
and on May 14, 1948, she an- the national illustrated Hebrew
nounced the establishment of the monthly magazine for children and
state of Israel over Hagana youth, May 25, at Americana Hotel,
Radio, Haifa.
New York. Jacob Goodman is
Her husband, at the time of his president of the publication.
death in 1959, was chief of proto-
col for Israel's foreign ministry.
From 1954 to 1957, he was Israel
charge d'affaires in Denmark and
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prior to that was consul general of
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Israel to the 11 Western states,
with headquarters in Los Angeles.
Mrs. Beilin has served as chief
assistant in the public relations de-
partment of Israel's Foreign Min-
istry. She has a daughter Sheila,
FROM THE
who served as a lieutenant in the
Women's Army of Israel.

Friday, May 16, 1969-31

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Home for Aged Auxiliary
to Model Boutique Items
Made by Its Residents

Aprons and other items made
by residents of Borman Hall and
the Petoskey building of the Jew-
ish Home for Aged will be mod-
eled and sold at the installation
luncheon of the home's Women's
Auxiliary 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Labor Zionist Institute. Mrs.
Sheldon Fishman (center) will
be installed as president by her
mother-in-law, past pr e sid en t
Mrs. Jack Fishman. Other mod-
els are Mrs. Lou Bobbins (left),
past president, and Mrs. George
Kent. Proceeds of the sale of
each item will be returned to the
home resident who made it. Aux-
iliary members help in the occu-
pational therapy rooms and
sheltered workshop, as well as
hold monthly birthday parties,
accompany residents to outside
events and otherwise help them
feel at home. For tickets to the
luncheon, call Mrs. Bernard As-
ton, EL 7-1238, or Mrs. Walter
Lasser, 352.1396. • •

held Wednesday at the Wayne
County Medical Society Auditor-
ium. The symposium, open to
medical and paramedical personnel
in the area, is sponsored by the
Southeastern Michigan Chapter of
the Muscular Dystrophy Associa-
tion, the department of neurology
at Wayne State's school of medi-
cine and the Detroit-Macomb Hos-
pitals Association. Two principal
speakers are Dr. Peter Mueller of
Yale University and Dr. John Stir-
ling Meyer, chairman of the de-
partment of neurology at Wayne
State University.
• a •
"HEALTHY BABY WEEK" is
being celebrated by the Wayne
County Chapter of the National
Foundation-March of Dimes to fo-
cus community attention on the
need for adequate prenatal care as
one step in the movement to com-
bat birth defects.

The cast for the Meadow Brook
Theater's final production of the
season, George Bernard Shaw's
SAINT JOAN (which will open a
five-week run at Oakland Univer-
sity on Thursday, May 22), was
announced by artistic director
John Fernald. Three popular Mea-
dow Brook actors, Lorna Lewis,
Curt Dawson and Herbert Foster
have returned to appear in SAINT
JOAN.

Sholom Aleichem Work
on Folk Chorus Program

The Detroit Jewish Folk Chorus
is preparing a Sholom Aleichem
Concert for 2 p.m. June 8 at the
Scottish Rite Cathedral.
Featured work will be the writ-
er's "Oifn Fiddle." Cantor Pavel
Slavensky of Chicago will be guest
artist.
The chorus also will present
"The Ballad for Americans" and
a program of Yiddish, English and
Hebrew folk songs.

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synthetic fur fabrics to your furrier for cold storage. Fur service

means more than placing your furs in a cold storage vault. It
means furrier expert inspection for open seams, small rips and
tears, brushing and steaming. It means a constant even tempera-
ture with the right degree of humidity. It means handling gar-
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can circulate. Don't keep furs home in a cedar closet as there
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Improper storage results in the loss of natural lustre-oils
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Marriages

SACHS-AUGUST: Gail Sandra
August, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton August of Greenfield Rd.,
Royal Oak, became the bride of
Joel Alan Sachs at the St. Regis
Hotel in New York Sunday. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Sachs of New
Haven. Attendants for the couple
were Dr. Martin Sachs of New
Haven and Sandra Stein of De-
troit. The bride has degrees from
the University of Michigan and
Columbia University. The bride-
groom is a graduate of Harvard
University and earned his MA and
PhD at Columbia University. After
a honeymoon in Europe, the newly-
weds will make their home in Man-
hattan.
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ARONSON-GOLDMAN: Vivian
Hadassah Goldman, daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Leo Goldman of
Victoria Ave., Oak Park, and Mi-
chael Aronson, son of Rabbi and
Mrs. Benjamin Aronson of Indian-
apolis, were united in marriage at
Cong. Shaarey Shomayim. Rabbis
Aronson and Goldman officiated,
along with Rabbis Leizer Levin,
Leib Bakst, Icek Kuperman, Israel
Rockove, S. P. Wohlgelernter,
Chaim Schloss, Chaskell Grubner,
Jacob Hoberman and Joseph Nad-
ler. Rabbi William Lebeau, brother-
in-law of the bridegroom, also offi-
ciated, as did Rabbi Pincus Brisk-
man. Both are of New York. Rose
Eve Goldman, sister of the bride-
groom, served as maid of honor.
Mrs. Harry Gordon, sister of the
bride, was matron of honor. Mrs.
William Lebeau and Jenny Young
served as bridesmaids. Michelle
and Pamala Gordon served as jun-
ior bridesmaids. The couple now
resides in Indianapolis.

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News Brevities

Southfield-Oak Park Chapter,
Women of Wayne, will present Dr.
MARTIN SHARTER, assistant pro-
fessor of humanities at WSU, 7:30
p.m. Thursday at the Michigan
Credit Union League, Greenfield at
Providence Rds. Dr. Sharter will
speak on "Man and the Object in
Contemporay Art." Refreshments
will be served. The public is in-
vited at no charge.
• • *
"P R O DUCT S OF ISRAEL
AVAILABLE IN THE WESTERN
STATES" is the title of a booklet
initiated by Rafael Sirkis, Israel's

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