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July 04, 1969 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-04

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14—Friday, July 4, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH

Barouch of _Paris
Sephardic Jewess, Catholic Priest Wed to Marry Ira Jannett
at Temple Israel Ceremony Sunday

mains our good friend, and he took
By CHARLOTTE DUBIN
Wearing a hand-made gown sent part in our wedding."
by her parents in Ankara. Turkey, 1 She is now in her third year of
Sara Bahar became the bride of psychology at Wayne State Univer-
Father Paul Kosnik in a Sunday sity, and her husband is adminis-
ceremony at Temple Israel. Rabbi trator of a nonprofit nursing home,
M. Robert Syme and Cantor liar- Chandler Convalescent Cent e r,
old Orbach officiated. , which contributes its proceeds to
The ceremony. uniting a Sephar- Jewish, Catholic, Protestant and
die Jewess and a Roman Catholic nonsectarian charities. The couple
priest, took place tinder the canopy is residing in Oak Park.
Guests at the wedding reflected
and with the traditional breaking
the interfaith uniqueness of the
of the glass.
Mr. Kosnik had two months ear- Kosniks' marriage. Among the few
lier received permission from Jews in attendance were Mrs. Ja-
Rome to marry Miss Bahar. Al- cob Chicorel and her daughter and
though he now has no priestly son-in-law, the Marcel Behars,
duties, he is still considered a members of Detroit's Sephardic
priest and may perform certain community who have virtually
functions in an emergency, such as "adopted" the Kosniks. Others in
attendance were married priests
ministering the last rites.
and nuns and the bridegroom's
The bride regretted that her
family.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
At a Polish buffet dinner in a
Bahar, could not be present for
Hamtramck hall, guests sang
the ceremony. She explained
Hebrew, Polish and American
that the Turkish government re-
songs and "meshed together very
stricts movement out of the
well. It was a very happy wed-
country for purposes of limiting
ding," said Mrs. Kosnik.
the flow of funds out of Turkey.
She acknowledges that their in-
Her father had been to Europe
tention to retain both religions in
earlier this year on a business
the Kosnik home will have its dif-
trip, so could not leave again so
ficult aspects, "but we have sym-
soon after.
bols of both to express our feel-
Awaiting Vatican permission• the ings. Paul has come to synagogue,
couple was engaged for more than and I have gone to church. We
a year. It took almost that long to both feel very close to God, and we
acquaint their respective families feel that the things which are
with the idea of their future mar- important'to both of us we will
riage. Mr. Kosnik, son of the Les- impart to our children. God will-
ter Kosniks of Hamtramck, comes ing, we will have a warm loving
from a family of 13 children, of relationship.
Polish Catholic stock. His bride's
family, while not observant in the
Orthodox sense, attended services
at Ankara's one synagogue and
observed all Jewish holidays in the
Sephardic manner.
Because they could not be here
for the wedding, the Bahars plan-
ned to celebrate in Ankara, their
daughter said.
A U.S. resident for four years,
Miss Bahar met her future hus-
band while attending the Univer-
sity of Illinois. She came to this
country as the bride of a Jewish
Peace Corps volunteer from Chi-
cago, but the brief marriage did
not succeed. "Actually my former
husband brought Paul and me to-
gether," said Mrs. Kosnik. "He re-

FracrickGrinnellsPlan
to Live in San Antonio

Elaine Herman to Wed
Mr. lames Israel

MRS. FREDERICK GRINNELL

Paula Harriet Cameron was mar-
ried to Frederick L. Grinnell Sun-
day at Cong. Adas Shalom. Rabbi
Leonard S. Cahan officiated.
The couple will reside in San
Antonio after honeymooning this
summer.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Cameron of Greenfield
Rd., Oak Park, and her husband's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Nathan-
iel Grinnell of Philadelphia.

Philly Psychiatric Center
Gets Teaching Grant

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
Philadelphia Psychiatric Center, an
affiliate
of the Federation of Jew-
MISS ELAINE HERMAN
ish Agencies, has received a grant
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herman of of $230,000 from the National In-
Filmore P1., Southfield, announce stitutes of Mental Health to con-
the engagement of their daughter tinue the center's training and
Elaine to James F. Israel, son of teaching program through June 30,
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Israel of 1970.
Pittsburgh.
Jerome J. Drucker, PPC presi-
Miss Herman is a graduate of dent, said the federal grant would
the University of Michigan. Her be used to teach residents in adult
fiance is a graduate of Washington and child psychiatry, and for train-
and Jefferson College in Washing- ing of pre- and post-doctoral stu-
ton, Pa., and attends the Univer- dents in psychology. He said the
sity of Michigan Law School.
center's entire teaching program
A Nov. 23 wedding is planned.
was sponsored by federal grants.

Mt. Scopus Amphitheater Rededicated by

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The am-
phitheater on the Mount Scopus
campus of the Hebrew University
was rededicated in the names of
Samuel and Jean Rothberg of
Peoria, Ill.
Rothberg, chairman of the uni-
versity's board of governors, con-

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tributed to the restoration of the
outdoor theater following the June
1967 war. The ceremonies were
attended by Premier Golda Melt'
and several cabinet members. The
theater overlooks the Judaean
desert and on clear days affords
a view of the Dead Sea.

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MISS YOLANDE BAROUCH

Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Barouch
of Paris, announce the engagement
of their daughter Yolande Anne to
Ira Roger Jannett, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Jannett of Fairfax
Rd., Southfield.
The prospective bridegroom is a
student at Lawrence Institute of
Technology majoring in account-
ing and management.
The couple plans an Aug. 24 wed-
ding here.

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Television Programs

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "The Struggle for
Peace in the Middle East"—a dis-
cussion with Yitzhak Leor, consul
for press and information at the
Consulate General of Israel in Chi-
cago, and Father James McGlynn,
dean of the graduate school of
University of Detroit.

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ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: In this third of 15 in-
formal dialogues on the Bible,
Prof. Mark van Doren and author-
lecturer Maurice Samuel consider
the problem of human conflict and
the Bible's realism in its depiction
of family relationships.
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station WCAR
Feature: Cantor Jacob Barkin
will perform on this series of can-
tors featuring cantorial master-
pieces.
* *
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: WKNR
Feature: Cities of Refuge will be
discussed.. The story of "The
Kaiser's Guard" can be heard
along with the "Od Yishoma" five.
* * *
DIRECTIONS
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 7
Feature: "Thou Shalt Tea c h
Them Diligently" by Joseph MM-
del. A selection of readings pre-
sented in dramatic setting from
the recently published collection of
wisdom through the ages, "Choose
Life" by Bernard Mandelbaum,
president of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.

Yiddish Folks Officers

Yiddish Folks Farein, at its an-
nual installation dinner-dance, saw
Edwin Schwartz installed as presi-
dent; Ben Hayman and Max Schiff,
vice presidents; Faye Seedberg
and Audrey Lepofsky, secretaries;
and Al Leder, treasurer.

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