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April 01, 1960 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-01

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L 'Vida Miller's Troth

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April 1, 1960 —

Revealed at Party


At a recent family gathering,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Miller, of
22385 Woodwill, Southfield, an-
nounced the engagement of
their daughter, Lynda, to Wal-
ter Harvey Czeizler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Czeizler, of
19137 Coyle.
Both young people currently
attend Wayne State University.
The bride-elect is a former stu-
dent at Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity. Her fiance previously
attended Michigan State Uni-
versity, where he was affiliated
with Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.
A June 8 wedding is being

Betrothal Told

People Make News

Yosef Tekoah, who served as
acting Permanen. Representa-
tive at the UN since Ambassa-
dor Eban left last year, will
leave for Rio de Janeiro to-
day to take up his post as Am-
bassador to Brazil.
* 0 *
has been elected to general
partnership in Harris & Co.,
New York Stock Exchange
member firm. Steinberg joined
Harris & Co. as a registered
representative when the new
firm opened in January. He
had been in an account execu-
tive with Merrill, Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner and Smith from 1956 to
• * *
dent of Detroit Harbor Termi-
nals, Inc. has been named a
director of the Detroit Leland
* * *
Former President HERBERT
C. HOOVER and Alderman H.
F. JENSEN, Lord Mayor of
Sydney, Atistralia, will be hon-
ored by the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary at the tenth an-
niversary dinner of its Uni-
versal Brotherhood Movement,
to be held on Sunday, May 15,
in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,
New York.
SIMCHA PRATT, Israel's re-
tiring Consul-G e.n e r a 1, was
honored by the American Zion-
ist Council, at a farewell gather-
ing prior to his return to Israel
to assume an important post
in the Foreign Ministry.
• * *
Two candidates for Ph.D. de-
grees, ALFRED J. KUTZIK of
Hartford and ARNULF M.
PINS of New York, have been
awarded Harry L. Lurie Fellow-
ships of the Council of Federa-
* a" a
Newest student at the Tech-
nion, Israel Institute of Tech-
nology, in Haifa, is 21-year-old
Tanganyika, who has been ad-
mitted to the second year to
continue his . studies in archi-

tecture. Amuli is a graduate of
St. Andrews College in Tanga-
nyika, and has already com-
pleted one year in architec-
ture at the Royal Technical
College in Nairobi, Kenya. His
ambition: to be the first Afri-
can architect to practice in this
a a a

of Health of the State of Israel,
is coming to this country for a
tour of major communities in
behalf of the Israel Bond drive.
An academic accolade of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion will salute
Robert Frost,:
dean of Amer-
ican poets
Pulitzer prize-
winner, at a
special aca-
demic convo-
cation on the
campus Satur-
day afternoon.
Dr. Nelson
Glueck, Col-
lege - Institute
president and
world - famed
Biblical arch-
aeologist, will
award him the
honorary Doc- .
tor of Hu-'
Mane Letters Robert Frost
degree and the poet will re-
spond with an address on the
theme "Stopping by a Woods."
* a a
Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller
and Mayor Robert F. Wagner
were among the 600 dignitaries
attending a meeting in New
York honoring Rabbi HAROLD
H. GORDON, executive vice-
president of the New York
Board of Rabbis. Rabbi Gordon
was honored for 25 years in the
rabbinate and 13 years in serv-
ice to the Board of Rabbis.

Solo Seder Packages Shipped to Isolated GIs

Some 3,000 Passover food
boxes ("solo seders") have been
shipped to remotest overseas
U.S. bases in Iceland, Alaska,
Greenland and other areas by
women volunteers affiliated
with the Women's Organiza-
tions' Division of the National
Jewish Welfare Board.
These packages, containing
all the holiday culinary basics,
will come in handy at Arctic
Dew Line stations and radar
and missile sites where there
will be no Jewish chaplains
present. The packages, each
containing a little greeting card
from the local JWB committees

sending them, contain Matzos,
canned chicken and soup, gefilte
fish and Passover sweets.

Series E and H Savings Bonds
issued since June 1, 1959, yield
21/2 per cent for the first year
and a half; then 4 per cent to

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By David Schwartz

(Copyright, 1960,
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)


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and Mrs. Al Marks, of 19301
Kentucky, announced the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Sybil, to Phillip Goldman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldman,
of Oak Park. No wedding date
has been set.

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Mazel Tov. Princess Margar-
et's chassen — Anthony Arm-
strong-Jones has some Jewish
blood in him. His grandfather,
it appears, was Jewish.
I suspect
March 22—To Mr. and Mrs. that Jewish
Jerry Kurtis (Reva Nyman), of blood is no
18359 MacArthur, R e d f or d different from
Township, a son, Marc Steven. other blood,
• *
but still it's
March 20—To Mr. and Mrs. good. Some
Robert Repitor (Doris Langer), day, maybe in
of 19255 Votrobeck Dr., a son, London, h e
Steven Joel.
may be pass-
ing a shul
March 20—To Mr. and Mrs. where they
Seymour Lampert (Sarah Sim- haven't got a Anthony
ons), of Ann Arbor, Mich.,' a minyan, so they may call him in.
son. Mark Nathan.
* * *
There is a sect in England
March 14—To Mr. and Mrs. which claims that all the Brit-
Jerome Rosman (Janet Lip- ish are Jews, that the term
schutz), of 13341 Irvine, Oak British is really Ish-Brith, or
Park, a daughter, Rochelle much the same as Bnai Brith.
It's nothing new for nobility
to intermarry with Jews. The
March 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Mountbattens, it is well known,
Leon Warner (Debrah Wainer), are intermarried with Jews—as
of 17355 Kentucky, a son, Jan are a number of other families
Allan. of British nobility.
There is a story of the king
March 11—To Mr. and Mrs. of Portugal during the Inquisi-
Nat Levine (Golda Robiner) of tion days.When he issued the
Votrobeck Dr., a son, Ronald decree that every one having
Marc. Jewish blood must wear a yel-
* a *
low hat, his Prime Minister said
March 10—To Mr. and Mrs. to him, "Your Majesty, I will
Donald Sugerman (Barbara Litt- have to get one for Your Ma-
ky), of 19444 Dalby, a daughter, jesty and one for myself."
Did you ever hear the story
Cheryl Beth.
of the non-Jew who married a
March 5 — To Mr. and Mrs. Jewish girl? In advance of the
Joseph I. Harris (Gail Renter), reception, he was told that
of Oak Park, Mich., a son, many would probably extend
their hands to him and say Sha-
Lyle Brett.
a a a
lom Aleichem and he was told
March 2—To Mr. and Mrs. that all he would have to do
Mark Sanford Berk (Phyllis was to reverse the words. Some-
Joffe), of 15866 Kentucky, a one said Mazel Tov. He replied
Tough Mazel.
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