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December 08, 1961 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-08

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THE . DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 8, 1961 — 28

Lodge Relative Weds
Israeli After Conversion

TEL AVIV, (JTA) —Twenty-
three year-old Dolores Ann
Baker, of Cleveland, a relative
of former American United Na-
tions chief delegate Henry Ca-
bot Lodge, and a 27-year-old
Israel engineer' were married
last week in the bridegroom's
kibbutz.
Miss Baker, now Mrs. Yuval
Shulmann, was in the interna-
tional news once before, on
Nov. 10, 1960, when she and a
friend crossed by mistake into
Jordan and were arrested. She
and the friend were released
after eight days of Jordanian
captivity.
The Cleveland girl had been
attending an Ulpan in Givat
Haim kibbutz where she met
Shulmann.
She returned to the United
States - where she was converted
to Judaism by Orthodox rabbis.
Returning to -Israel recently, she
was received by Chief Rabbi
Isar Untermann of Tel Aviv
who accepted her certificate of
conversion and gave approval
to the marriage.

Announcements

Dec. 3 --- To Mr. and Mrs.
Lionel E. Spoon (Barbara
Bassoff) of 21730 Cloverlawn,
Oak Park, a son David Scott.
* * *
Nov. 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Mayberg (Judy Schwartz),
4800 Pinetree, Miami Beach, Fla.,
a daughter, Miriam.
* * *
Nov. 30—To Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Miral (Jean Sweebe),
1105 Norman, Ann Arbor, a
daughter, Beth Kimberley.
* * *
Nov. 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Nusbaum (M a r i o n
Goodman), 18452 Greenfield, a
son, Alan Bruce.
* * *
Nov. 23—To Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Grossman (Sandra Ro-
senberg), 28106 Glasgow, South-
field, a daughter, Ilene.
• * *
Nov. 17 — To Mr. and - Mrs.
Irving Gold (Dorothy Feldman),
14221 Greenbriar, Oak Park, a
daughter, Pamela Kim.
* * *
Sept. 14 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Asher Weisman (Ferne Green-
berg of Chicago), twin sons,
Scott Marshal and Mario Shawn.

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MISS EDYTHE GORDON

People
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Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE
SAGAN of South Orange, N.J.,
have donated a residence hall
to the Weizmann Institute of
Science in Rehovoth, Israel, for
the students of the Institute's
Graduate School in the Natural
Sciences.
* * *
Governor MARK HATFIELD
of Oregon, who recently ac-
cepted the post bf honorary
chairman of the Israel Bond
drive for his state, called for
intensified support of the Israel
Bond drive, and paid tribute to
Israel's achievements in the
settlement of refugees and the
development of a democratic
nation. He was the principal
speaker at a dinner in Portland
in honor of Mrs. Franklin D.
Roosevelt.
* * *
The appointment of Dr. Rob-
ert Gordis as Seminary Profes-
sor of Bible has been an-
nounced by ..
Dr. Louis'"'
Finkelstein,
Chancellor of
the Jewish

Mrs. Isabel Gordon of Santa
Maria Ave. announces the en-
gagement of her daughter,.
Edythe Marsha, to Jack Lamp-
cov, son of Mr. and • Mrs.
Edward Lampcov of Sussex
Ave., Oak Park.
The future bridegroom• is a
graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, where he majored in
electrical engineering. The Theological
couple will be married June 24, Seminary of
America. D r
at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Gordis, spirit
ual leader of
Congregation
Beth El, Rock-
away Park, Dr. Gordis
N.Y., recently returned to his
A grove of 1,000 trees, to be post from a year's leave of ab-
planted in Israel and to be sence which he spent in Santa
known as the Morris Lachover Barbara, Calif., as a participant
Memorial Grove, was announced in the group discussions on re-
at the memorial meeting held ligion in American life con-
last week at which tribute was ducted by the Center for the
paid to the memory of the de- Study of Democratic Institu-
ceased.
tions of - the Ford Foundation's
Sponsoring the project in co- Fund for the Republic.
* * *
operation with the • Jewish Na-
GEORGE
F. PIERROT, spon-
tional Fund are the United
.
Hebrew Schools, Association of sor of travel-adventure pro-
Hebrew Teachers and Princi- grams, will be honored at
pals, Kvutzah Ivrith, Poalei Wayne State University's an-
Zion-Labor Zionist Organiza- nual observance of Journalism
Day, Tuesday, with a distin-
tion, and others.
award.
Mr. Lachover, who died Oct. guished service
* * *
9, was active member in the
LYDIA KAHN WINS
above organization.
ceived a Doctor of Hu
The Morris Lachover Memor- degree, in recogniti
ial Committee is now in forma- contributions to the
,f a ,
tion. Friends and associates at special ceremonies
ayne
have been asked to plant trees -State University, Nov. 29.
* * *
in the Morris Lachover Grove
by calling the JNF office.
GEORGE M. STUTZ has been
elected to the board of directors
Adas Shalom Couples' of the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds for a
`Children's Ahowtime' three year term, Irving Kane of
The Adas
halom Married Cleveland, Council
Coup
will feature announced. Stutz join
"Mil
th... Clown" and the FISHER and Judge
astle Marionettes in DORE LEVIN who cont . e' as
n's Showtime" at 6:45 Council Board members. Stutz
. Dec. 28 at the synagogue. is treasurer of the Detroit Jew-
Tickets may be obtained at the ish Welfare Federation and is
door or by call' g Lou and a member of the board of De-
troit Service Group, Hebrew
Joyce Tubbin, ,
3-4488, and Free
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Sid and Betty
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the Jewish population.

The Detroit Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
will hold a panel discussion "In-
side Germany: Which Way? An
Examination of an Internal Di-
lemma" 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Louise Jaffe,
18662 Muirland.
Norman Dencker, West Ger-

*

A. J.
EDMAN,
was in
charge o
e legal
ice her
of the Int
Reve e B
for 16 year ans-
ferred to Jacksonvi e, Fla. He
was honored at a dinner at Hen-
rose Hotel by Federal jurists and
attorneys.

many's consul in Detroit, will
serve as resource person.
The panel will consist of Mes-
dames Marion Shifman, Faye
Glosser, Ann Singer and Eliz-
abeth Waldman.
Mrs. Dan Shapiro is president
of the Women's Division; Mrs.
Sallan Liirie, program chairman,
and Mrs. Theodore Rosen, chair-
man of the commission on inter-
national affairs.

Israel's Technion Will
Train African, Asian
Students in Agriculture

don Rott

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A program designed to in-
struct young African and Asian
students and workin
in modern agricultur
neering has been lau
the Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology in cooperation with
the Israel government.
A department is now being
organized at the Technio
Haifa where the langua
struction will b
which will accomm
ore
than 150 students • rom the
newly-independent ations of
Africa and Asia who will be
taught, during a four-ye,F pe-
riod of study, the most mo
techniques of agric
gineering.

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