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Hyman and Eva Tauber will expressed his "personal joy when
celebrate their 56th wedding an- Judge and Mrs. Nathan J, Kauf-
niversary on Aug. 21, and the man and other members of the
event will be marked by a cele- family come into the synagogue
bration which will combine social sanctuary regularly for the Sab-
bath morning service arm-in-arm
and religious festivities.
with the senior Taubers."
On that day, the entire syna-
Judge Kaufman is the son-in-law
gogue Sabbath service at Cong.
Beth Abraham, W. Seven Mile
and Greenlawn, where they and
their children have been lifelong
members, will be dedicated to
the couple. After the service, there
will be a kiddush and reception
for all the members of the con-
gregation, and for the family and
Mr. and Mrs. Tauber arrived in
this country from Austria shortly
after the turn of the century. They
met in New York City and were
married there Aug. 4, 1906.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern, of Beth
Abraham, an intimate family
friend, has on numerous occasions
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Mrs. Philip A. Hart and business
executive Harold Willens will be
guest speakers at an informal
meeting for Common Cause, a na-
tional citizen's lobby, 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
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you wish, hot pepper. The result
is delicious and can be served at
lunch or dinner. You can also
feature it on a buffet table or at
any summer party. Put is in a
glass bowl, and the beautiful red
color of the gazpatcho will bright-
en the decor.
there with Sigma Alpha Mu and
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A June wedding date has been
Rabbi Nicholas Fenakel of
Cong. Adas Shalom and Richard
Lobenthal, Michigan director of
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, will be among the
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Rev. George Mehaffey and Judge
John R. Murphy.
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For 6-8 servings:
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2 cups tomato juice
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Dash hot pepper (optional)
vegetables and peel the
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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Halpern
of Oak Park will be honored by
the Radomer Aid Society at an
Israel Bond dinner 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Aug. 24, at Workmen's Circle.
The Halperns will be feted for
their 30 years of service to the
society. Halpern has served as
president, secretary and treasurer
of the society and was last year's
them all in an electric blender.
all other ingredients and blend
for three-four minutes, or until the
soup looks quite smooth. Taste and add
more salt and/or lemon juice if needed.
transparent glass bowl.
3. Pour into
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MISS BARBARA FEALK
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fealk of
Lathrup Blvd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Barbara Sue to Dr. Law-
rence Bruce Edelman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Edelman of Penn-
sylvania Ave., Southfield.
Miss Fealk is majoring in ele-
mentary education at Wayne State
I am sure you will like this one. University. Her fiance was grad-
First—you don't have to cook it, uated from the school of medicine
Mrs. Hart, Willens
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Dr, Edelman to Take
Barbara Fealk as Wife
of the Taubers, and a leading ac-
tive member of the congregation.
Rabbi Halpern plans to deliver a
special sermon in honor of the
In the days when Mr. Tauber
was still able to drive a car, he
and his wife made it a practice
to visit their children daily.
The children who are uniting in
the celebration are: Circuit Court
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman and his
(across from Raleigh House)
wife, Beatrice; Robert Feldman
and his wife, Jeanette; Irving
Fenchel and his wife, Ruth; Jack
Tauber and his wife, Jeanna; Mrs.
Bea Tauber; Irwin Goldman and
his wife, Ann; and Joe Tauber
and his wife, Sara. Two deceased
sons of the Taubers, Benjamin and
Max, were practicing attorneys in
In the new Beth Abraham Syna-
gogue and School, now being built
on West Maple Road in West
Bloomfield Township, the daily
chapel will be named "The Tauber
Chapel," a gift presented by the
children and grandchildren of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Tauber.
MR. and MRS. HYMAN TAUBER
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 13, 1971-29
The Jewish Educators Council
of Metropolitan Detroit recently
held its annual election of officers
for the new school year 1971-72.
The following directors of edu-
cation were elected: Sidney Selig,
Cong. Beth Shalom, president;
Arthur Asher, Temple Israel, vice
president; James J. Levbarg,
Temple Beth El, treasurer; Gerald
Teller, Cong. Shaarey Zedek, cor-
responding secretary; and Melvin
Sachs, Cong. Shaarey Shomaim,
Windsor, recording secretary.
Elected to the executive coun-
cil were directors of education
Pinhas Fellus, Cong. Beth Is-
rael, Flint; and Martin J. Tatel-
baum, Oak Park. Also included
are Benjamin Yapko, superin-
tendent, United Hebrew Schools,
Southfield, and Albert Karbal,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
MR. AND MRS. B. HALPERN
celebration chairman. He is active
in Louis Brandeis Lodge of Bnai
Brith, in Farband Branch 114 and
Congregation Beth Achim.
Mrs. Halpern is active in Ha-
dassah and Pioneer Women.
The Halperns have two sons,
Irving, an attorney in Los An-
geles, and Daniel, a professor at
the University of Toledo; and a
daughter, Barbara, who is mar-
ried to Councilman Carl Levin.
Louis E. Levitan, Detroit Israel
Bond director, will be the guest
speaker. A new Israeli movie will
be a feature of the program.
Nathan Wolok is president of the
society. Morris Greenberg is cele-
The Jewish Education Council is
the professional arm of the heads
of the .community, and Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform schools
in Metropolitan Detroit, including
Windsor and Flint.
Center Young Adults
to Plan Year's Events
The Young Adult Planning Com-
mittee will meet 1 p.m. Aug. 29 in
room 315 of the Jewish Commu-
nity Center, announces President
Phil Katz. Program plans for the
coming year will be discussed.
The committee continues to spon-
sor its weekly Wednesday night
lounge for those aged 18 27.