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May 26, 1961 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-05-26

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kickoff Named
I to 2 Civic Posts

Double honors haVe - been
bestowed upon Louis H. Luck-
off, president of Luckoff &
Wayburn, Inc., local advertis-
ing agency, in the form of civic
appointments made last week.
Mayor Louis C. Miriani
named Luckoff coordinator of
the Water Follies of 1961, high-

m

:*:••'•••

LOUIS H. LUCKOFF

light of the third International
Detroit-Windsor Freedom Fes-
tival. The two-hour stage and
water revue, to be held July
2-4 in Detroit's convention
arena, will be coordinated and
publicized by Luckoff.
At the same time. it was an-
nounced the State Senate had
confirmed Gov. John B. Swain-
son's appointment to Luckoff
to serve on the Michigan Civil
War Centennial : Commission.
Luckoff will help plan and di-
rect state and national observ-
ances of the centennial.

Palestine Endowment Safrans to Host
Passes Million Mark Marchioness of

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Gifts
and testamentary bequests to-
taling $389,000 were received
by Palestine Endowment Funds,
Inc., New York, during the past
fiscal year, bringing the ag-
gregate funds at present to
over $1,000,000, it was an-
nounced by Robert Szold at a
meeting of the board of trus-
tees here.
The meeting elected Szold,
a founder of PEF in 1922 and
its president for the past two
decades, as chairman. Julius
Weiss. hitherto vice-president,
was elected president. Aaron
Baroway, who has been treas-
urer of PEF for many years,.
was elected vice-president and
treasurer. Mrs. Eli Ginzberg
was elected secretary.
Palestine Endowment Funds,
Inc., is a non-profit organiza-
tion administered entirely by
volunteers. It is a vehicle of
personal giving devoted exclu-
sively to charitable, scientific :
educational and religious pun:
pose's in Israel. Contributions to
PEF in the form of donations,
bequests, and endowments over
the past three decades have ex-
ceeded $3,000,000. Among PEF's
beneficiaries in Israel are med-
ical and Other scientific proj-
ects, hospitals, schools and uni-
versities, youth education and
industrial development projects.

"We have learned that we can-
not live alone, in peace; that our
well-being is dependent on the
well-being of other nations, far
away. We have learned that we
must live as men, and not as
ostriches nor as dogs in the man-
ger.
ger. We have learned to be cit-
A great library contains the izens of the world, members of
diary of the human race. •
the human community."
—Geqrge Dawson;
—Franklin D. Roosevelt


ArtA tAnt 1 0 LI ncements

May 20—To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin S. Lichtenstein (Sus-
anne Feldman), 24797 Rensse-
laer, Oak Park, a_ daughter,
Marci Alegra.
* * *
May 17—To Dr. and Mrs.
Harold E. Goodis (Joan Helene
Weiss), now assigned to the
Dental Division of the William
Beaumont Hospital with the
U. S. Army_ in El Paso,. Tex., a
son, Richard Scott. •

*

* *

May 16—To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Wenzel (Diane Ka3ie
Greenfield), 16584 Washburn,
a daughter, LOri Lee.
May 15 — To -Mr.- and Mrs.
David Zamek (Lois Elbinger)
of Pontiac, Mich., a daughter,
Lisa Rae.

*

May 11
To Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Peven (Marcia' Goldfarb,
formerly of Saginaw), 24750 Har-
den, Southfield, a daughter, Ca-
role Sue.

*

*

May 11— To Mr. and Mrs.
Martin L. Abel (Phyllis Berko-
witz), 14141 Balfour, Oak Park,
a daughter, Julie Jacelyn.
* * *

May 6 —_ To Mr. and Mrs:
Emil Weiss (Lillian Lipshaw),
23421 Cloverlawn, Oak Park,
a son, Mark David.
* * *
May 5 ---• To • Mr. and Mrs.
Mort Lev'
(Cele Saretsky),
21951
, Oak Park, a
son,
t.

* -

Mr. and Mrs.
rbara Goldfarb)
., Livonia, a son,

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* *
o Mr. and Mrs.
eyers, 19448 Hart-
er, Anne Yapha.

*

abbi and Mrs.
ern of Colleen
a son, Daniel.
* -
o Mr: and. Mrs.
man (Reva Mil-
Mendota, a son,

* *
To Mr. and Mrs.
n (Barbara Rich-
thers, Livonia, a
nk.

o Dr.. and Mrs.
h a p ir o (Nancy
9 Harvard, BroOk-
a daughter, Wendy

* * *
April 19—To Mr. and Mrs.
y J. Hecht (Sylvia Wil-
111 W. Canfield, a son,
vid.
* * *
i and Mrs. Nathan
ield of Pontiac a son,

Reading June 7

The Marchioness of Reading,
president of the British Section
of the World Jewish Congress,
and co-chairman of the "organ-
ization's European executive,
will be the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. David Safran, of 19421
Parkside, June 7. She has ad-
dressed leadership groups in a
number of other American
cities, including New York, Bos-
ton, Cleveland, Philadelphia and
Syracuse.
One of the distinguished wo-
men leaders in Great Britain,
Lady Eva Reading has devoted
her energies in recent years
to the Jewish Congress move-

LADY EVA READING

ment and in behalf of Israel.
Lady Reading is a keen, highly
informed observer of the world
scene: First-hand acquaintance
with the men and issues of the
modern world come as a matter
of course to Lady Reading
whose late husband was British
Under-Secretary for Foreign
Affairs from 1951-53 and Minis-
ter of State for Foreign Affairs
from -1953-57.
Deeply devoted to Jewish
causes and to Israel, Lady Read-
ing has played a leading role in
the. World Jewish Congress
since its inception in 1936. In
the '30s, with violent anti-Sem-
itism sweeping Europe, she was
one . of" the leaders of the or-
ganization established by Brit-
ish Jewry for the relief and
rescue of Nazi victims:. -
-
A former president of the
National Council of Women of
Great Britain, Lady Reading is
the president of the Associa-
tion of Nursing Training Col-
leges in Britain, chairman of
the Violet Melchett Infant Wel-
fare and Mothercraft Home,
and member of the board of
the International Children's
Center in Paris. She was a dele-
gate to the. White House Con-
ference on Youth in the spring
of 1960.
As an author, Lady Reading
has published two works, "In
the Beginning" and "The Little
One's Log."

People Make News



MOSAIC LODGE No. 530,
JOSEPH KRUGER, South Or-
F. & A.M., will honor its treas- ange, N.J., has been appointed
urer, Samuel Warnick, at a past national. chairman of JWB
treasurers' banquet in the Col- associates, it was announced
onnade Room, Masonic Temple,
by Solomon
7 p.m., June 21, Samuel (Sue)
Lit t, presi-
Gurwin, worshipful master, an-
dent of the
nounced. Reservations may be
National Jew-
made by calling Douglas Pur-
ish Welfare
ther, UN 4-8016.
Board. At the
* * *
same time, Litt
MRS. JOSEPHINE MALTZER,
announced
26067 Hendrie, Huntington
that Arthur S.
Woods, participated in a meeting
Kling, Louis-
of the Committee on Nomina-
ville, Ky., has
tions for the Board of Directors
been named
of the National Federation of
associate
Temple Sisterhoods held recently
chairman, and
in New York City.
Benjamin
* * *
Kruger
Lazrus, who
ATTORNEY M. MANUEL has been national chairman of
HELFMAN, past president of JWB Associates since the estab-
the Michigan Jewish Business- lishment of the group, has been
men's Club, has been named appointed honorary chairman.
divisional manager of Waddell
* * *
& Reed, Inc., national distribu-
The volumes composing the
tor of United Funds, Inc., to Basic Practice Series of the
head its new divisional head- State of Michigan, which in-
quarters in Detroit with offices cludes the book on Probate
at 21590 Greenfield.
Law by JUDGE IRA C. KAUF-
• * *
MAN, have been added to the
HERMAN A. AUGUST has shelves of the United . States Su-
been elected to the board of preme Court, it was announced
trustees for the Rehabilitation by Professor E. Donald Shapiro,
Institute of Detroit for a term
of three years, and chosen a director of the -Institute for
member of the executive com- Continuing Legal Education.
* * *
mittee of the Institute, which is
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. YAB-
regarded as one of the leading
and most efficient in its field in ROVE, 1802 Glendale, Saginaw,
the country. Sylvester F
y will be among 500 civic leaders
of the Detroit Ediso
from all parts of the nation who-
mpa
is president of t
titute. ave earned the designation "Am-
Paul R Trigg, Jr
ssadors of Yeshiva University"
secretary.
be honored at the University's
Detroiter
ual commencement dinner on
(AGE STEIN-
BERGER
( been named "Au-
le 14 at the Essex House, N.Y.
thor of
e Year" for 1960 b
the "
Asgociatio
month
public
the
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Fine Photography
der
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ti
Candids Professionally Finished
made t the
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has been elected pr
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inter-sorority
governing bo
Mis• Davis is
also presid
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safeguard their
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possible anti - mitic cidents
while the tri of Nazi war-crimi.
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taken follo ng the di
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agogu
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which a total of 25,153 girls were
participants.

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SEVEN MILE at WYOMING

Chilean Industrialist
to Construct $5 Million
Woolen Plant in Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTjA.) .----- A
plant for the manufacture of
woolen products will be built in
Kiryat Gat, 20 miles north of
Beersheba by Israel Pollock, a
Chilean industrialist and presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
in that country. it was reported
here.
The plant, which will cost
9,000,000 Israel pounds ($5,000,-
000) to build, will initially pro-
duce woolen yarns and will
eventually have facilities for
weaving and finishing a variety
of garments. The factory, which
will employ some 250 workers,
is expected to export $2,000,000
worth of goods annually, about
one-third of its anticipated pro-
duction.

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