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October 14, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-14

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MISS TERRY BIRNKRANT

ctivities in Society

Additional sponsors for the 28th annual Balfour
Cencert of the Zionist Organization Of Detroit, which
will present, jointly with the America-Israel Cultural
Foundation, the Israel Philharmonic, Tuesday evening,
Nov. 1, at the Masonic Auditorium, include the follow-
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Daivd Berg; Mr. and Mrs. Torn
Borman; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frenkel, Glendale Pro-
vision Co.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kron, Handleman Com-
pany; Mr. and Mrs. Hy Safran; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schumer; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zuckerman, Simons-Michel-
son Company.
Nineteen community leaders of the Detroit Jewis
Welfare Federation arrived at Lydda Airport, Israel, on
a survey tour of immigrant absorption programs con-
ducted in Israel by the Jewish Agency. Members of the
Survey group are: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Baer, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gre
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Jacobson, Dr. and Mrs. L
Jaffe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rice, Mr. and Mrs. A
Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Julian S. Tobias, Mrs.
Koppy, Mrs. Harry Sucher and Joe Zisman. The visi
fiend-raisers were received by the President of Israe ,
Itzhak Ben-Zvi, and were addressed by the Minister of
Labour, Dr. Giora Josephthal, and by Max Varon, of the
Israeli Foreign Ministry.

The Consul of Austria in De-
troit, the Honourable Norman
H. Birnkrant and Mrs. Birnkrant
of Balmoral Df. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
The Olga Jaslove Family Club will meet 9 p.m. today at
Terry Joy, to Gordon R. Miller, the home of Mrs. Lloyd Birnbaum, 8846 Sale
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mil- discussed for the Club's 10th anniversa
mber.
ler of Oak Dr. A summer wed- A social evening of games and refr
follow.
ding is planned.
iters Mr. and Mrs.
Barbara Cohen, daughter of fo
as Mitzvah last week at
Nathan Cohen, 71 Maple, celebra
i h
Ba
Temple Beth El in Battle Cre
was the
Landsmanshaften
. Detroit guests
e an
service ever conducted in tha
en, Henry
were Martin Cohen, Bert
h St&
Convene Oct. 2 3
Harry L. Friedman, Hal Leid , Sam Lanki Ber
g
Detroit Landsmanshaften Jack Kutnick, Frank Wasser
d Lester Friedman
leaders will meet at breAlast wives, Mrs. Ida Kutnick and Ne
Sunday, October 23, at '10 a.m.,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sike (formerly o
at Jericho Temple, 18495 Calif., are visiting their children, M
rs. Harold S.
Wyoming, to discuss aspects of Gaynor, 14311 W. Ten Mile Rd., Oak
programming as they resume
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Shelden
their son, Ross Charles,
activities for 1960-61.
arrived from Los Angeles, Calif
or a brief
vit tWr
n of Cherrylawn
The meeting, which is being parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max She
ornia.
convened by the Committee of Shelden is practicing law in C
Mrs. Arthur Stern, 18264 arkside, and Mrs. ar •
Landsmanshaften f o r Jewish
19302 Monte Vista, will be del ates from the tin' d Or. er True
National Funds, wil also par-
Sisters Detroit No. 41, at the 10th annual convention of
ticipate in a discussion of the
national organization in the Pic
rter Hotel, Clev
position of Landsmanshaften
22-25.
in general, and as it relates to
Miss Shirley Gill, of the Jules Doneson
their work in behalf of Israel returned from a trip to Nassau and Ft.
and the JNF.
Gerald Berman was a passenger ab
ndependence
The committee extended an on his way to Israel.
invitation to the breakfast to
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bar .
are honeymooning in Paris
to Israel.
all members of Landsmanshaf- and Venice before continuing
Mr. and Mrs. David Feal
rrived in Israel t
ten who have visited Israel
rope before retny
during the last 12 years. ents. They will vacation in
Mrs. Samuel Katser and er father, Nath
According to Ha
ed in Israel for a brief va
'on, before str ing
chairman of
ittee, t
visit with her son, who is se
will in
ose members
who
in Israel to hear
so
of the recommendations
p aining to their role in the
servance of both Isr
irtha-ay, d
ewry
versary o
cv•
Kamin , a
az the titir
here w . be
SI011
ng, and
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23 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 14, 1960

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Terry Birnkrant,,
Austrian Consul :s
Daughter,.-Eng-aged



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