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June 01, 1973 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30—Friday, June 1, 1973

Buchner-Cohen
United Foundation Ladies Feted Rites Announced

Mrs. Aaron H. Gershenson, left, and Mrs. Nathan Ro-
senfeld of Jackson were among those feted at the Women
for the United Foundation luncheon and annual meeting at
the Detroit Engineering Society. Mrs. Gershenson is the
retiring president of WUF.

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MRS. MARC BUCHNER

Students Plan Kosher Co-op

Hebrew House is the name
of a new "kosher coopera-
tive" venture to be inaugur-
ated next fall at the Univer-
sity of Michigan.
Detroiters Barbara Siegel
and Steve Rocklin and Alan
Statman of. Lorain, 0.,
launched the effort to meet
their need for a center where
holidays could be observed
and Jewish-Israeli values and
culture furthered. They have

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been assisted by Detroit at-
torney Stephen Cooper.
The students promoted
their idea through posters on
campus, and more than 40
students expressed interest.
The home, the former Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity house
at 800 Lincoln, across the
street from the Hillel Foun-
dation, can accommodate 30
residents.
Plans are for the co-op
participants to engage in
"work details" to handle the
many tasks involved in run-
ning the house, from cooking
to cleaning.
A religious committee will
plan holiday and Sabbath ob-
servances, and an education
committee will set up classes
and discussion groups for
both members and nonmem-
bers.
They indicated that they
still need kitchen equip-
ment and books of Jewish in-
terest for classes. Organiza-
tions and/or individuals who
wish to assist may reach
Cooper, 963-4713 or 647-5577.

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Ellen Cohen and M a r c
Buchner were married re-
cently in a ceremony at Mat
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal and Cantors
Ncholas Fenakel and Larry
Vieder officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen
of Ramblewood Dr., Farm-
ington. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. Herman Buchner
of Irvington, N.J.
The bride wore an organza
gown t r i tm m e d with seed
pearls and Alencon lace. Her
Juliet cap held a veil of
matching lace.
Bridesmaids were Diane
Finney, Claudia Caliguire,
Mrs. Harold Weinhaus and
Mrs. Philip Wolkstein, sister
of the bridegroom. Matron of
honor was the bride's sister-
in-law, Mrs. Robert Cohen.
Attending the bridegroom
were Martin Prujansky of
East Lansing; Robert Cohen,
brother of the bride; and Dr.
Philip Wolksten and Harry
Snyder, both of San Fran-
cisco. Best man was Thomas
Plachta of Mt. Clemens.
After a honeymoon in Lon-
don, the couple will live in
Lansing.

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plans.

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Bnai Brith and Bnai
Brith Women Couplets will
hold their second annual in-
stallation of officers and din-
ner-dance 8:30 p.m. June 16,
at the Sussex House Restau-
rant.
Officers to be installed are:
president, Cora Fogel; vice
presidents, Linda Garfield,
Roz Jacobson, Sheri Jaffa
and Terry Rudman; treas-
urer, Joel Garfield; secre-
taries, Ron Rudman, Judy
r; jr.
Boltz and Jean Alspecto
past president; Linda Moss;
and trustees, Fern Adelstein,
Judy Eidelman, Carlyne Bur-
stein, Henry Goldberg, Jim
Grey, Steve Passon, Jerry
Singer, Norrine Selesko, Il-
lene Rochlen and David
Solomons.
Friends are invited. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Judy Gordon, 548-0183.

HUMAN RIGHTS AND
PSYCHIATRIC O P P R E S-
SION—A Conference of Men-
tal Patients, Professionals
and Consumers, will be held
today through Sunday at the
University of Detroit campus.
The independent, national
conference will consist of ex-
mental patients, professionals
and concerned citizens who
will meet together for the
first time in order to effect
changes in the present men-
tal health system. Dr. Thom-
as Herzberg, co-chairman of
the conference, is director of
educational psychology at
Northville State Hospital. The
public is invited. Entry is
free.

Yeshiva U. Presidential Adviser
to Address Detroit Friends Dinner

Dr. Israel Mowshowitz, spe-
cial adviser to the president
of Yeshiva University, will be
guest speaker at the Detroit
Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity's 18th annual dinner hon-
oring Jack Bushkin 6 p.m.
June 13 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Dr. Leon Fill, dinner chair-
man, stated that this will be
Dr. Mowshowitz' first visit to
Detroit since his appointment
two years ago as adviser to
Dr. Samuel Belkin. He was
scheduled to speak at last
year's dinner. but injuries
sustained in an auto accident
prevented his appearance
here.
Dr. Mowshowitz holds life-
time tenure as sp ir itu al
leader of the Hillcrest Jewish
Center in Flushing, N.Y.,
where he has served since
1949.
Ordain ed at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary in 1937, Dr. Mow-
showitz was awarded a mas-
ter's degree and PhD from
Duke University and holds an
honorary doctor of humane
letters degree from Yeshiva
University.
Born in Poland, he came to
the U.S. in 1929 and has been
engaged in public life for 35
years.
Honorary president of the
Hillcrest Zionist District, he
is a past president of the New
York Board of Rabbis. He is
adjunct professor of psychol-
ogy of York College of City
University.
Dr. Mowshowitz was a
member and spokesman of
the first delegation of rabbis
to visit the Soviet Union in
1956 to study the conditions
of Soviet Jewry. A year later,
he visited Poland at the in-
vitation of the Polish Jewish
community to study repatria-
tion camps.
He was invited to Israel as
a guest of the government in
1958 in recognition of his
work with the emerging inde-
pendent African states.
In 1971, Dr. Mowshowitz
was the only Jewish commu-
nity representative invited by
the Shah of Iran to the 2,500th
anniversary celebration of
Cyrus the Great. He is an
honorary founder of the Inter-
national
Synagogue at Ken-
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of Yeshiva's Belfer Graduate
School of Science. To confirm
a reservation as Dr. Fill's
guest, call the Detrot Friends
office, 962-4272.

nedy Airport and was elected
its honorary president in 1971.
The summit brunch of the
Detroit Friends of Yeshiva
University will take place 10
a.m. Sunday at Congl. Shaarey
Zedek. The guest speaker
will be Dr. Paul M. Raccah

City of Hope Meeting

Mr. and Mrs. Group, City
of Hope, will meet . 8 p.m.
Saturday at the home of
Jules and Ruth Olin, 20640
Knob Woods, Southfield. An
election of officers will be
held and a social will follow.

THE WEAVERY, a weav-
ing gallerie, studio and shop,
will have its grand opening
1-5 p.m. June 10. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
there will be demonstrations
and a slide show. The shop,
at .118 N. Washington, Royal
Oak, features weaving books
and accessories, looms, spin-
ning wheels and works by its
owner, Katherine Beecher.
Looms and spinning wheels
can also be rented.

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