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December 23, 1960 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-23

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The period from Jan. 18 to
Feb. 18 has been designated by
the Jewish National Fund as
"JNF Month," to be observed in
Detroit and in the whole State
of Michigan, by every Jewish
individual, family, school and or-
ganization. The purpose of, and
the tasks for "Jewish National
Fund Month" as announced by
the JNF are:
1. To avow full solidarity with
the State of Israel.
2. To focus attention on the
activities of the Jewish National
Fund in building the Land of
Israel and strengthening its se-
curity.
3. To deepen JNF sentiment
among the masses of the Jewish
MRS. EVER TT JASSY
people.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lewis
4. To mobilize the broadest
'Jassy (Margery Ellen Rose) are possible support for the JNF
honeymooning in Europe after
their recent candle-light wed-
ding ceremony performed by Institute Professor,
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz and
Rabbi Louis Gurstein of New Braverman, to Speak
York at the Sheraton Cadillac
at Technion _Session
Hotel,
Professor Joseph Ben S. Bra-
Parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Rose of verman, professor of food tech-
Parkside Rd. and Mr. and Mrs. nology and department head at
David Henry Jassy of New York Israel's Technion will be one
City.
two guest speakers at the 15
- The bride wore a gown of annual dinner
.• ... .
white silk- brocade. The square of the Detroit
neckline, bracelet-length sleeves Chapter of the
and empire bodice were ap- American
•ti*.<=s-, 5*.
pliqued with tiny seed pearls. Technion So-
The ,dome-shaped, floor-length ciety 6 • p. m.
skirt fell into a chapel train. A Monday at
tiara of heirloom lace was at- Temple Israel.
tached to a double-tiered, fin-
A graduate
gertip veil. She carried a spray
Harvard
-of orchids and stephanotis on of
E
ngineering
hei Bible.
School and Braverman
Eleanore Sue Rose was her Sorbonne
University, he
sister's maid of honor. Brides- been
the staff of the Un rs-
maids were Lois Ann Levi, sity of on California
and was s n-
Sheila Wallis Starman, Mrs. tifie attache at the
_
Israel
Bruce Keil Wayne and Mrs.
bassy
in
London.
Professor
B
Richard Martin Modell.
Carl Packer of Lexington, verman also is dean of the fac-
Mass., was best man. Seating ulty of chemistry and chemical
the guests were David Rose, engineering at the Technion.
The other guest speaker at
Alan Popkin, Ronald Segel,
Burton Schwalb and Edwin M. Monday's affair will be Dr., David
Ginsburg, vice president of re-
Rosenthal, III. -•
search for Technion-Israel In
tute of Technology, and he
Zionist Organization its
Research and Deve
ent
Foundation.
Strives for Peak
For dinner resery ins, call
Enrollment in 1961
Mrs. I. E. Goodman N 4-1090,
22.
A country-wide effort for en- or Sol Lifsitz, DI
roliment of new members in the
Zionist Organization of America Young Adult roup
has taken local effect with an
Will
increase in membership over Names Offic
er
last year, announces Dr. Bernard Hear World
Weston, membership chairman
1•1
Young Israel Young
of the Detroit branch.
of Metropolitan Detroit • an-
This heightened awareness of nounces the following officers
ZOA's role has been shown
the coming year:
throughout the country, in salute
Irwin Cohen, president; Judy
to Israel's Bar Mitzvah year, he Sterns, vice-president and treas-
said, with each region striving urer; Joe Greenfield,. secretary;
foi a one-third increase over Elinor Ferencz and. Maxine Ba-
last year. According to Milton J. kunow, undersecretaries; Esther
Silberman, honorary vice-presi- Zwick and Eugene Jerkowitz,
dent of the ZOA and national social directors. Marshall Gold-
membership chairman, member- man, youth director of Young
ship awards will be given to de- Israel, is adviser.
The group will assemble. for
serving workers, including a free
trip to Israel to the top member- a meeting and a social twice
monthly, the next to be held
ship worker in each region.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, ZOD 7 p.m. Sunday at the home of
president, advises all members secretary Joe Greenfield, 24051
to sign up relatives and friends Jerome, Oak Park.
Guest speaker will be Jonas
by obtaining applications from
the Zionist House, 10424 W. Mc- Segal, teacher at Cass Techni-
cal high school, who returned
Nichols, DI 1-8549.
recently from a trip around
the world. Refreshments wil
First Galician Society
be served. For information c
Elects Kaufer President Maxine Bakunow, LI 8-6015.
Sam Kaufer has been elected
president of the First Galician Socialites to Sociali
Society of Detroit.
at Hanukah Celebra
Others voted to office include
Jake Moskovitz, vice president; • Detroit Socialites, a so
George Moskovitz, treasurer; cultural and philanthropic
and Edward Rice, executive sec- ganization for single men an
women will hold its , annual
retary.
The new officers of the So- Hanukah party at 8:30 p.m. Sat-
ciety and its Auxiliary, and the urday at Jericho Temple, 18495
newly-elected officers of the Wyoming.
Cantor Louis Klein of Bnai
Beth Abraham Free Loan Asso-
ciation will hold their installa- Moshe Synagogue will lead the
tion exercises at a dinner 8:30 group in community singing, a
' p.m. Dec. 31 in the synagogue's Hanukah skit will be featured,
Nusbaum Hall. For reservations, and dancing also is scheduled.
call Morris Goldsmith, U N Refreshments will be served.
The public is invited.
2-6302.

,

Miller-Bechek Rites
Planned for August

through the widest possible use
of JNF's traditional collection
methods.
5. To place another thOusand
Blue-White JNF Boxes in Detroit
and Michigan Jewish homes.
6. To plant more trees in the
Michigan Freedom Forest of
250,000 trees, in the new Free-
dom Forest of 2,000,000 trees,
which is being planted by the
Jewish National Fund of Amer-
ica as an eternal monument of
friendship and cooperation unit-
ing the people of America and
the people of Israel.
7. To remind Jews to remem-
ber the JNF in their wills, thus
linking their names forever with
the Land of Israel.
One of the features during
Shevat, will be "JNF Month for
Landsmanshaften," during which
period the Landsmanshaften So-
cieties will promote their many
projects, including th oit
Landsmanshaften
of 5
000 trees in the eedom Forest.
The traditi
hevat ac
tivitie
schools, synagogue
an
ganizations will also b
in with this special mont
.JNF Sa ath •
iga
11
1
be Jan.
•bat
Shira.
• II
xiliary
Donor
wi
d Jan. 31
. Bnai Brith
at Te ple I
lodges in - • are als
ati
NF Mo
with an
to co •0 "
Klutznic .
est.
is also asking any
=Hon or individual i
e "
elpin
ested i
onth"
offi
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Jan. 18 to Feb. 18 Is Designated
as 'Jewish National Fund Month'


Oneida, Oak Park,
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of the
son, Ma k B., will be held
rday, a Cong. Be'
wi 1 folio
Shalo A kidd

Radom Tailors

Has a
Big Selection Name Brand

MISS LINDA MILLER

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller
of Sherwood Dr., Huntington
Woods, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Linda,
to Henry Bechek, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Becheck of
Vassar Dr. An August wedding
s planned.

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