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February 16, 1962 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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Judith Beilin, Envoy of Israel,
to Address Two Bond Functions



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green, at the home of • Stanley

sions to England and the United
States, in 194647, she • began
to . work for the underground
radio station of Haganah.
Mrs. Beilin has a 20-year-old
daughter, Sheila, who in the
summer of 1961 completed her
tour of duty in the Women's
Army of Israel, achieving the
rank of lieutenant.
Her husband, at the time of
his death in 1959, was chief of
Protocol for Israel's Foreign
Ministry.

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Srigagements .

JUDITH BEILIN

Judith Beilin, Consul of Israel
in New York, will speak at two
Israel Bond functions here—the
Sponsor enrollment dessert
luncheon at -12:30 p.m. Wednes-
day, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. David Pollack, 18625 Fair-
field, and the Pioneer Women's
dessert luncheon at 12:30 p.m.,
Thursday, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Schreier, 13322
Borgman, Huntington Woods.
Mrs. Milton Weiss will be the
chairman of the Pioneer
Women's luncheon.
_ Prior to her appointment as
Consul, Mrs. Beili'n served as
liaison officer for the Israel
Foreign Ministry to the foreign
correspondents covering the
Eichmann trial. She was also
chief assistant in the public rel- -.
ations department of Israel's
Foreign Ministry.
In 1938, as Judy Turner, the
only child of an aristocratic
Anglo-Christian f a mil y, she
came to Palestine to marry
Harry Beilin, an ardent Zionist,
whom she had met in Liverpool,
England. She gave up a promis-
ing career as an actress in re-
pertory theaters to settle in
Palestine which was then being
torn by Arab riots. British
critics had acclaimed the 24-
year-old Judy Turner, daughter
of a Lancaster textile manufac-
turer. She left all that behind
to bind herself to the fate of the
Jews in Palestine at one of
their darkest hours.
She had fallen in love with
Beilin, who was named Thedore
Herzl because he was born on
the day that Herzl died. Beilin's
father, a cantor, came from the
Vilna area and young Beilin
was born in Lodz and was
brought to England when four
years old. He was known to his
friends as Harry.
In 1935 young Beilin came
to Palestine and joined the
Jewish Agency to help strength-
en the defenses of the settle-
ments against Arab attacks.
When Judy Turner's ship
docked in the harbor of Haifa
in October of 1938, Harry Beilin
came to meet her. He warned
her that she was giving up
life in England for a life of un-
certainty and danger. He also
told her she would have to con-
vert to Judaism.
Miss Turner, who had visited
Palestine several times before,
didn't hesitate. She said she
wanted to share the fate of the
Jewish people. She was married
to Beilin in a "real Jewish cere-
mony" in Haifa.
From 1938 to 1951, the
Beilins participated in every
phase of the establishment and
development of Israel. While
her' husband served as liaison
between the Jewish Agency and
the British mandatory power,
Judith Beilin was active in
Haganah and in the founding of
new settlements, and was for
eight years on the staff of the
Palestine Broadcasting Service
as actress, producer and news-
caster. After fund-raising mis-

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siegl an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Mascha, to Dr. Mar-
tin Kushner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Kushner of Bayside,
N. Y. The bride-elect attended
Antioch College and the Uni-
versity of Washington. Her fi-
ance is a graduate of Johns
Hopkins University and Albert
Einstein College of Medicine., A
March wedding is planned.
The Siegls, former Detroiters,
now live in Seattle, - Wash.,
where Miss Siegl's father is con-
certmaster and assistant con-
ductor of the Seattle Symphony
Orchestra. Mrs. Kolman Shapir
3810 W. Outer Dr., is curre
visiting in Seattle in p
ation for the forthcomin
riage of her granddaug
* * *
At a dinner party in
of her grandparents, the
ment of C. Maxine So
Frederick L. Schaefer wa
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert J. Storich of Mans-
field, Ohio, formerly of Detroit.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. David Schaefer and
the late Mr. Schaefer. He is a
student at Wayne State Univers-
ity Medical School. Miss Storich
is a junior at Wayne State Uni-
versity, and resides with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Leuchtman. The wedding will
take place in June.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Taylor,
20246 Faust, announce the en-
gagement of their daught
Reva, to Sheldon Lepler, son
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Le
20517 Faust. The bride-elect
graduated from Wayne
University College of Educt
Her fiance was graduated
Walsh Institute of Accounti
An Aug. 19 wedding is planned.

Music Study Club
Features Panel for
Music Month Program

The Music Study Club will
present a program in observ-
ance of Jewish Music Month,
featuring entertainment and a
panel discussion, 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Hayim Green-
berg Center.
Co-chairmen of the event are
Mrs. Herbert Eskin and Mrs.
Joseph Koenig.
Performers will include Adele
and Russel Sketch. The panel
will consist of Marguerite
Chajes, who will discuss "Con-
temporary European Music;"
Cantor Reuven Frankel, on
"Contemporary Liturgical
Music;" and Zvi Kaplan, "Is-
raeli Music." The overall theme
for the panel will be "Jewish
Music and Composers of the
20th Century." Mrs. Herbert
Eskin will be moderator.

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