Planned for Aug. 31
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri day, July 22, 1960 —
ctivities in Society
Mrs. Sonya Granadier of Indiana Ave. last week gave a
reception for her nephew, Nathan Raviv, Israel trades commis-
sioner to the United States. With him was his wife, sons Danill
and ,Shimon and their grandmother of Tel Aviv. Their Detroit
visit was a stopover en route to Israel.
At a garden party at their home on Muirland Ave., on
July 16, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Menk honored Mr. and Mrs. Zeldon
S. Cohen, of Warrington Dr., on the occasion of their leaving
for Europe and Israel.
The Gussin Family Club will hold-its annual picnic Sunday
afternoon at Woodhull Lake. For information, members should
call Mrs. David Marke, LI 4-8887.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rachleff of Oak Park are celebrating
their wedding anniversary with a trip to Russia and tour of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tolkowsky of Tel Aviv are visiting
their children Sara and Maxwell Hodis, 20230 Plainview Rd.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hodis of Memphis Rd. They will stay at the
Plainview residence for the summer.
WROTSLAVSKY FAMILY CLUB's annual cook-out affair MISS JOANNE LOREE ARAN
was marked by a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Anna Wrot-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Aran of
slaysky, July 17, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wright of Greenlawn Ave. announce the
Livonia. Attending were her children, grandchildren and great- engagement of their daughter,
Joanne Loree, to Dr. Alvin
Victor Pensler of Meyers Rd.
He is the son of Mrs. Harry
Kraft of San Juan Ave. and the
late Max Pensler.
An Aug. 31 wedding - is
A young Detroiter who set- sisted in various archaeological planned.
tled in Israel seven years ago, undertakings and was among
mastered Hebrew, French and the group of Hebrew University
Yiddish, and became an author- archaeologists who recently
ity in managing citrus groves climbed down into a Judean
has gained fame as an amateur desert cave in search for hidden
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sears
of Los Angeles, Calif., announce
Paul (Pinhas) Prosky, son of
the engagement of their daugh-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Prosky, of ticles on archaeology. In order ter, Mardy, to Dr. Steven
18685 Sussex, went to Israel on to be able to pursue his labor Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs.
a mission of love for the ideal of love, he mastered Arabic, Louis Abrams, formerly of De-
of seeing Jewish Statehood re- which he reads, writes and troit.
constructed. He first .settled in speaks fluently.
The future bride is a teacher.
At the same time, to be able
Ain Hashophet, an Hashomer
Dr. Abrams is a graduate of
Hatzair kibbutz, seven • years to work with the new immi- the School of Veterinary Medi-
ago. Then he served in the Is- grants, he has mastered French cine at Michigan State Univer-
rael army and now is the man- and Yiddish, neither of which sity and is practicing in Los
ager of the citrus grove in he knew before coming to Is- Angeles. A fall wedding is
another Hashomer Hatzair set- rael.
In recognition of his work, he planned.
tlement, Lahavat Haviva. He
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invited to meet President
supervises 47 men who are de-
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dawes,
veloping this grove, one of the, Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Israel. He has 23560 Radclift, Oak Park, an-
been a member of the Archae-
largest in the area.
nounce the engagement of their
Except for the months he ological Society since 1958.
daughter, Sandra, to Zave Cli-
must be at the Kibbutz to man-
man of Toronto. The son of Mr.
age the citrus grove, Pinhas
and Mrs. Louis Climan of Mon-
participates in archeological is preparing to enter the He- treal, he is a graduate of McGill
expeditions, and some of his brew University, to specialize in
University and the University
activities in excavations have mathematics and physics. How-
of Michigan and is a chartered
attracted wide attention.
accountant. Miss Dawes recent-
Because of his extensive
collections of stone s, tools Technical High School and ly received an A.B. degree in
and weapons—especially the studied at Lawrence Tech and education from the University
of Michigan. After an August
latter—which he presented to the University of Chicago.
wedding, the couple will make
the Hebrew University, he
was invited to join the So- Multiple Sclerosis Kids their home in Toronto.
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ciety for Prehistoric Man.
He is considered an au- to Flave Splash Party
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund L.
A swim and splash party for V or zim er of Bay Harbor
thority on ancient weapons
and his collection has been multiple sclerosis patients and Islands, Fla., announce the
the subject of several maga- friends will be held 1 p.m. to- engagement of their daughter,
morrow at the home of Mrs. Peggy Ann, to Bernard Herbert
A graduate of Detroit's Wil- Leonard Levin, 20069 Basil, cor- BreSsler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
bur Wright High School and a ner of James Couzens between Louis Bressler (formerly of
former engineering student at Vassar Dr. and Greenfield.
Detroit) of Bay Harbor Islands,
The Railway Business Wom- Fla,
Wayne State University, Pinhas
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became deeply interested in en's Association is hostessing
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green-
Israel and became active in the•party. For reservations, call
berg of Chicago announce the
Hashomer Hatzair. He has as- UN 2-7966.
engagement of their daughter,
Ferne, to Dr. Asher L. Weis-
man, son of the late Samuel
and Marion Weisman, 26335
Humber, Huntington Wood s.
The wedding is planned for
Aug. 13 at Temple R o d f e i
Zedek in Chicago. The father of
the bride - to - be is executive
COME AND SEE
director of the Temple.
Detroiter Paul Prosky Gains Fame
in Israel in Field of Archaeology
Standard Federal Time Weekend for Children
and Temperature Sign at Tamarack Lodge
A special weekend of festivi-
Rising 30 feet above the roof
of Standard Federal Savings and
Loan Association's main office
building at Griswold and Jeffer-
son is a huge new time and
temperature sign. In letters six
feet high it broadcasts to motor-
ists and pedestrians approach-
ing the Civic Center from the
east the time and the official
temperature every five seconds
of the day and night, a total of
17,280 readings per day.
The sign, standing 20 feet
high and 50 feet wide, is the
largest such device in downtown
Detroit. It has 1,750 moving
parts and contains 286 75-watt
lamps. Four electric motors
operate the sign. More than 11.-
000 feet of wire are required
for the intricate circuits.
An official U. S. Weather
Bureau type cage, unaffected
by sun or wind, will be located
on the roof of the building.
The time will be accurate to
the minute, temperature to the
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