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July 12, 1985 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-12

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 12, 1985

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Cantor and Mrs. Hyman J. Adler

50th Anniversary

Cantor and Mrs. Hyman J.
(Ruth) Adler of Southfield and
North Miami Beach, Fla., were
honored at a kiddush and recep-
tion recently at Cong. B'nai David
on the occasion of their 50th wed-
ding anniversary.
Max Sosin was the master of
ceremonies, and an original pro-
gram was presented, written by
the couple's daughter, Priscilla
Bachaiov.
The couple was called up to the
bimah for a renewal of their wed-
ding vows. Rabbi Morton F. Yol-
kut officiated, and a prayer for the
couple chanted by their son Can-
tor Asher Adler.
The senior Adlers' children are
Priscilla and David Bachaiov of
Southfield, Shana and Shlomo
Duben of Southfield, Haskell and

Barbara Adler of Southfield and
Cantor Asher and Sherrill Adler
of Oak Park.
Their grandchildren are Claire
and Allan Epstein; Mark, Abby
and Sherri Bachaiov; Sara and
Debbi Duben, Vivvian, Aneke
and Marni Adler; and Carrie and
Steven Adler. Great-grand-
children are Carli and Aaron Eps-
tein.
Out-of-town guests on hand to
help the couple celebrate were:
the cantor's sisters Mrs. Shoshana
Rosenbaum of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Mrs. Hannah Adler of New
York City; Mr. and Mrs. Berle
(Gozella) Bonner of Long Island,
N.Y.; Mrs. David (Shirley) Stein-
berg of the Bronx, N.Y.; and Mr.
and Mrs. Moshe Karvet, Karen ad
Sharon, of Toronto, Ont.

50th Anniversary

Sol and Irene Schreiman of
Southfield recently celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary
at a luncheon given by their chil-
dren, J. Leonard Schreiman and
Toby Lerner of Southfield.
The couple was married in De-
troit on May 21, 1935, and has
since resided in the area.
Schreiman was a charter
member of the Louis D. Brandeis
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Until re-
cently he was a volunteer Russian
translator at Sinai Hospital.

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The luncheon was attended by
family and friends with out of
town guests from California and
Toronto, Canada. In addition to
the immediate family, more than
60 relatives and friends attended.
Added reason for the celebra-
tion was the graduation of the
couple's eldest granddaughter,
Susan Lerner, from Michigan
State University.
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glossy, professional-quality photographs will be accepted. The
deadline for these notices is noon on Friday prior to next week's
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