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September 04, 1959 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-09-04

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nd Victory,

time Knollwood
7ere smashed in
y as Knollwood
Wept to its sec-
tampionship in
nter-Club Swim

Presidents of Women's Organizations Join
in Support of Detroit Israel Bond Drive

in the champion-
Knollwood, 158;
124; Tam O'Shan-
'ranklin Hills, 38.
d team, coached
S, also won the
el meet trophy
consecutive year.
inning first place
meet, including
ere Nancy Tann,
Jane Fishman,
Neil Satovsky,
Joan Stolorow,
n, James Tann,
w and Bob Sto-
ollwood; David
Letvin, Joyce
Carol Weinstein,
; -Carol Robin-
rot, Betsy Bleier,
ney Radom and
Presidents of women's organizations were enlisted for support of the Israel Bond •drive, at
of Tam O'Shan- a meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Pensler. C ol. Shoshana Gershom, former Israeli CHEN
evy and Fred commander, was the guest speaker. Among the organizational representatives present were:
lin Hills.
Left„to right: seated: Mesdames Albert Kaplan,Beth Aaron; Charles Charlip, Adas Shalom; Max
Applebaum, Bnai Brith Israel Chapter; Col. Gershom; Jack Rose, Pioneer Women Club
2; Sam Wasserman, Pioneer Women's Council; standing, Mesdames Alex Mthin, Bnai Brith
or with ;
Louis Marshall; Louis Ellman, Bnai Brith Tik vah; Philip Kramer, Bnai Brith Pisgah; Louis
Merson, Infants' Service Group; Philip Fealk, League of Jewish Women's Org.; Gerald Gold-
(WUP) — The y berg, Pioneer Women Avodah; Philip Edelheit, Greater Detroit Bnai Brith Women's Council;
erman city intro- Reuben Axelrod, ORT Huntington Woods Chap ter; Harry Coleman, Bnai Brith Eastside.
film "The Diary
— shown for
West Germany Historical Society Plans Tour, Civil War Centenary Fete
ech against the
The board of directors of the cemetery in Michigan — Beth's War and that 300 Michigan Jews
itism. He urged Jewish Historical Society of El's first cemetery at 3188 E. were in active service during
0 oppose every Michigan, at a meeting Aug. 25, Lafayette; and participation in the Civil War.
of the Jewish
the celebration of the Civil War
At the next meeting of the
d that the teach- eletted Irving I. Katz a vice- Centenary.
of the people of president.
on Sept. 17, Katz will
It was pointed out that 600
ld begin at the
The society is planning a JeWiSh' families lived in Mich- speak on "Jewish Pioneers of
pilgrimage to the oldest Jewish igan at the outbreak of the Civil Michigan."


Mr. and Mrs. Goldoftas Report on
Meetings with B-Gs, Other Notables

Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldoftas
have returned from a month's
stay in Israel where they visited
major installations in all parts
of the country and met with
the country's most distinguished
The two Detroit Zionist lead-
ers were the personal guests of
President and Mrs. Itzhak Ben-
Zvi and met with them and with
Prime Minister David B en-
Gurion on several occasions.
They were among the guests
at the wedding of the daughter
of Finance Minister and Mrs.
Levi Eshkol. The bride and
bridegroom are both members
of the Nahal Oz kibutz. The
wedding took place in the
Eshkols' garden in Jerusalem
and among the guests were the
Ben-G urion s, the Ben-Zvis,
Rabbi Nissim, Mayor and Mrs.
Gershon Agron and other dis-
tinguished leaders.
Goldoftas states that
one of the highlights of their
Israeli visit was his confer-
ence for an hour and a half

with the Deputy Minister of
Education, Ami Asaf, with
whom he discussed at length
educational problems in the
United, States' as well as in
Mr. and Mrs. Goldoftas were
for five days with Premier and•
Mrs. Ben-Gurion on the S. S.
Herzl. The Ben-Gurions were
on their way then for their va-
cation in France, while the
Goldoftases were returning to
the United States.

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