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December 02, 1960 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-02

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MRS. STANLEY SUCAN

Joan Beth Klein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Klein of
Noel Dr., Southfield, and Stan-
ley Edward Sucan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph, Sucan of Prai-
rie Ave., were wed Nov. 6 at
Temple Israel. _
The bride wore a white velvet
dress, princess style and appli-
qued in chantilly lace. She car-
ried a velvet and lace muff
adorned with orchids and step-
hanotis.
Mrs. Paul Silverstein served
her sister. as matron of honor.
Mrs. Hyman Weinstein was
bridesmaid and Cheryl Wein-
stein was junior bridesmaid.
Hyman Weinstein was best
man for the bridegrom. Ushers .
were Arthur Kurteff, Sheldon
Miller, Ben Paolucci, Irwin
Price, Donald Sallan and Paul
Silverstein.
After a New York •honey-
moon, the couple will reside at
17155 Greenfield.

JWV Activities

Sgt. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAI 7.- POST, and AUXILIARY
yesterday held a popcorn and
coffee party in the 50-patient,
arrested TB ward at Dearborn
Veterans Hospital. •
*. * *
Lt. ELI LEVIN AUXILIARY
will service U.S.O. Tuesday, ac-
cording to 'chairman Ida Kush-
ner.
* * *
ROBERT J. RAFELSON
AUXILIARY will meet 9 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Al Siefman, 24660 Manistee,
Oak Park. Guest speaker will be
Department President Mrs. Al-
bert Rosen. Her topic will be
JWV's "1960 Motorama Ball," to
be held Dec. 17 at Cobo Hall.
An ice cream and cake party
will be given for the children
at the D. J. Healy Children's
Home on Saturday, according to
Mrs. Bernard Yoffee, child wel-
fare chairman.
*
*
BALE AUXILIARY presented
six copies of the book "Jews in
American Wars" to the Main
Branch of the Detroit Public
Library, according to Mrs. Ce-
cile Smith, patriotic instructress.
• * *
SHOLOM AUXILIARY will
feature a Hanukah "grab bag"
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Alex Rubin, 20300 Greenview.
• * *
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHE
AUXILIARY will meet Mon
evening at the JWV Memori
Home s Hostesses will be
Feinberg and Gertrude
man. Following the business
meeting, cancer pa
sewn.

-

The Feldman Family Club has planned a Hanukah party for
members' children Dec. 18 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Feldman, 23076 Harding, Oak Park. A dinner for the adults will
be held Dec. 17 at Larco's. New officers will be installed.
The Cohen Family Club will hold a white elephant sale Sunday
at the home of Hilda and Henrietta, 19445 Votrobeck. Officers
recently elected are Mesdames Ann Axelrod, president; Henrietta
Garvett and Tillie Jacobson, secretaries; Belle Cohen, treasurer;
Hilda Cohen, sunshine; and Harmon Moss and Sidney Miller,
entertainment.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wainer of Canterbury Rd. were hosts for a
surprise party honoring their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Bienenstoch on their 25th wedding anniversary. Thirty guests
attended.
A surprise party for Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Wax, in honor of
their 25th wedding anniversary, was given Nov. 19 by Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Eisenberg and Mr. and Mrs. David Goldsmith at 17505
Cherrylawn. Sixty guests attended.
The -Sucher Family Club Sunday held formal inau
r. and
ceremonies for a new slate of officers at the horn
inment corn-
Mrs. Martin Bader of Fairfield Ave. The e
to newly-elected
mittee's "Do-Little Sisters" presented a
e office include Bill
President Mrs. Martin Bader. Othe
aker reasurer; and Marvin
Edelson, vice president; Barry
r sho ed slides of his recent
Sucher, secretary. Gerald Su
a report on his investigation o
trip to Europe and submitt
accep
net
the family tree. A faini
crest he
by members..
Raymond J. Waxman
will be visiting his paren
Beach, Calif.
Mrs. J. Fogelson is
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Pepper,
Orleans, La.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ma
host the Makie Family Hanu
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ma
have moved from Oak Par
Southfield.
Dr. Leo Y. Goldman, r
his family have moved int
toria, Oak Park.

TO THE EDITOR:
After the Arab League pol-
icy flopped and Nasser's fail- -
ure to harass Israel with his
Suez blockade as well as the
boycott that didn't stop Israel's
growth, Said Freiha, a Leban-
ese publisher, is looking for
new means to "cheer up" his
Arab readers (Jewish News,
Nov. 25).
What Said Freiha d
know is that if the •a
Jews
and educated Euro
e Hitler-
were considered b
e, the dark-
Nazis an inferior
abs, many o
er-complexione
te, would have
v:Thom are illi
te if not worse,
had the sam
in Europe.
had they liv
he knows
I wonde
ar-
munity of
.complete
lem descent,' were
aites, of
g with the local
the first,
shot befor
gypsies, to
• to
Jews were e
the ghettos? It happened in
1941 in Zverinetz, a suburb of
Vilna, Lithuania. Would he
consider this a joke? or a car-
toon subject?
What Said Freiha, along with
his hate .companions, doesn't
realize is the fact that former
Nazi criminals are hiding in
Arab countries not for love to
the Arabs but solely to save
their own skins, knowing that
the Arab countries are the only
ones where fo er concentra-
ent
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Jewish Center Women'
Hanukah Party on Dec. 10
The Jewish Community Cen-
ter Women's Health Club, 18100
Meyers Road, will welcome Ha-
kah with a dance and party,
.m. to midnight, Dec. 10,
ring f o 1 k guitarist S i d
rtz leading the group in
li folk singing and dancing.

given as R. R. 3, Rockford,
Mich., denies that his party is
bigoted and anti-Semitic. He
writes that "this at-
ec y
tack is ai
as the or
since
• idate -for
rty and its
th
ernor in the ast election.
e claims that the heading over
The Je sh News
the article
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F. J. Toohey, state chairman
of the Tax Cut Party of Michi-
gan, this week denied a state-
ment issued by the Anti-Defam-
ation League' and -quoted in The
Jewish News Nov. 11, charging
that the "For Tax Cut for God
and America" party "appears to
have taken up where forme
Detroiter Gerald L. K. Smit
America First Party left
Toohey, whose addres- is

PHOTOGRAPHERS

the
ion of the
Congress will
a special meeting of the
combined chapter and division
boards 9:30 a.m. 'Wednesday at
Holiday Manor.
She will direct a discussion on
program planning, according to
Mrs. Dan Shapero, president of
the Detroit Women's Divisio
continenta
se
e Women' • ivision will
hold its annual paid-up member-
ship meeting 12:30 p.m. Dec. 14
at the Young Israel Center of
Oak-Woods.

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activities in Society

than
is
e sched-
,500 pe
fo
Israel through
uxiliary and
be
Rh Pi
CARE Food Cru-
Frate will meet 9 p.m.
Wednesday at the home of Don
id
ency'
and Ilene Gilbus.
e op
Featured will be a
mg
y,
sgiving
"Rescue Breathing,"
Field
chi
Agane,
sented by the • igan
Each rcel will bear
solidated Ga o. A Hanuk
e nlie and address of donors
party will be held Dec. 11 at
ho give $1 per package to
the 'home of Muriel and Philli
CARE, Detroit 33, Mich.
Silverstein.

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Chairman of Tax Cut Party Denies
ADL Charge of Bias, Anti-Semitism

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The
nnual fund:
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candy sale dur-
raisin
first two weeks of De-
ber.
House-to-house sales of candy
will be made on Sunday and
Dec. 11 in the area bounded by
Wyoming, Livernois, Curtis, and
Seven-Mile Rd.
To accommodate friends out-
side of the above designated
area, candy can be ordered by
phone. Call DI 1-0900 (ask for
Herb Green) and leave name,
address, and order. Candy will
be • delivered.

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