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June 21, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-21

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Kasle Honored by Community on
Completion of Family's Forest

In the Supreme Court Building
in Washington, Chief Justice
Earl Warren recently tendered
a private kosher luncheon for
the officers of the American
Biblical EncyClopedia Society.
The occasion marked the pre-
sentation of Volume 5 of the En-
cyclopedia of Biblical Interpre-
tation, which was dedicated to
Warren.
Warren expressed his deep ap-
preciation to Justice Irving L.
Levey of the New York State Su-
preme Court, who presented the
volume to him, and to the offi-
cers of the Society for the honor
of having the newly published
Volume dedicated to him and thus
being included with the former
recipients of this honor—Presi-
dents Truman and Eisenhower
and Senators Lehman and Ribi-
coff, to whom the first four
volumes of Encyclopedia of Bibli-
cal Interpretation were dedicat-
ed.
The encyclopedia's author-edi-
tor, the internationally known
scholar, Rabbi Menachem M.
Kasher, was unable to attend,
but was represented by Rabbi Dr.
Max Gruenewald of Millburn, N
J., president of the Leo Baeck
Institute, long a good friend of
Rabbi Kasher, and a vice-presi-
dent of the American Biblical
Encyclepedia Society.

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Members of the Kasle family, including a number of
them from Toledo, Flint and other communities, and dis-
tinguished community leaders were in the gathering of nearly
600 that joined in honoring Abe Kasle at the testimonial dinner
at the Shaarey Zedek, on the occasion of the completion of
the Kasle Family Forest in Israel. The upper photo shows
Mr. and Mrs. Kasle with U. S. Senator Wayne Morse, the guest
speaker, and their grandchildren, Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Kasle, Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kasle,
and David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jones. In the lower photo
Senator Morse is shown, during the Kasle dinner program,
with (from the • left) U. S. Attorney Lawrence Gubow, Judge
Nathan J. Kaufman, Chief Judge Theodore Levin of the
Federal Court and Judges Victor Baum, John Wise, Joseph
Pernick, Ira G. Kaufman and Burton Shiffman.

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Announce Plans
to Re-Stock Negev
with Wildlife

June 4—To Mr. and Mrs.
June 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Shepherd (S andr a Aaron J, Stern (Rosalyn Snitz),
Sghechter), 20097 Hey den, a 17388 Greenfield, a son, Ron-
ald Marc.
son, 'Jeffrey Arthur.
* *
June 14 — • To Mr. and Mrs.
May 31—To Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
lt.itton Smith (Sue Simons), nard Zack (Sharon Weinstein),
29673 Fairfax, Southfield, a son, 17589 Appoline, a son, Stuart
Scott Nolan.
Allen.
* *
:,. June 10 — To Mr. and Mrs,
May 31 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Wermuth (Nancy Fen- Jack Stuart Milin (Adrienne
ton), 1131 W. Farnum, Royal Kolb), 25201 W. Rue Versailles,
Oak, a son, Marc Ivan.
Oak Park, a daughter, Shelley j
*
*
June 8 — To Mr. and Mrs. Joan.
* * *
Allan Gelfond (Harriet Subrin),
May
30—To
Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
18937 Roselawn, a • daughter, I
ris Neuvirth (Annette Shulman)
Deena Beth.
* *
of Hartwell Ave., a daughter,
June 6—To Mr. and Mrs !Rhonda Denise.
Paid Sherizin (Betty Skolnik)
*
*
of Oak Park, a daughter : Susan
May
20—To
Mr.
and Mrs.
Lynn:
Marshall B. Feuer (Elaine
* ,,
June 6 — To Mr. and Mrs. Volin), 2956 N. 76th St., Mil-
Jack Kopnick (Fern "Steingold), waukee. Wis. (formerly of Oak
23034 Webster, Oak Park, a son, Park), a daughter, Carrie Lynn.
*
-Sanford - Robert.
To Mr. and Mrs. James
June 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Charles Weitzman (Roberta
Mathew Borovoy (Joyce Weis- Finkle), 20810 Parklawn, a
man), 15710 Addison, South- daughter. Helaine Fern.
field, a daughter, Debra Lynn.

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Bonds for JNF Link in Israel

Dedicate Volume 5
of Biblical Encyclopedia
to Justice Warren

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Israel's Hai-Bar
(wildlife)
Society has announced plans to
re-stock the southern Negev
Desert with the animals which
once roamed its plains.
The country has not had a
sizable wildlife population since
Biblical days. The animals will
be imported from Africa.
The Society, which sees great
potential in the project as a
tourist attraction, plans to es-
tablish a 5,000 acre game re-
serve south of Yotvata in the
southern Negev. The park will
be stocked with 18 species, in-
cluding hoofed grass eaters,
such as the oryz, antelope, gi-
raffe, zebra and double humped
camel. Meat - eating animals
have been rejected. The area is
to be enclosed by a six-foot
fence. Estimated cost of the
project is $300,000.

200 U.S. Firms Have
Operations in Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) — More
than 200 American companies
started operations in Israel in
the decade since the American-
Israel Chamber of Commerce
was organized, Nathan Strauss
III, president, declared at the
10th anniversary dinner of the
Chamber.
Reporting that two-way trade
between the United States and
Israel had passed the $215,000,-
000 mark, he said the American
business operations have been
in the form of branches, sub-
sidiaries or licensing agree-
ments with companies in Israel.
Gottlieb Hammer, president
of the American-Israeli Ship-
ping Company, who was dinner
chairman, called the meeting to
a minute of silence to honor
the memory of President Ben-
Zvi. Festive parts of the dinner
program, to mark the chamber's
10th anniversary, were omitted
and presentation of an honor-
ary membership to Israel Am-
bassador Avraham Harman was
postponed.

Officers of. Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid Society are shown pre-
senting Israel Bonds in payment of a link — eight dunams —
in the security chain undertaken by Detroit Landsmanshaften
as part of the local development project in Israel through the
Jewish National Fund, to Percy Kaplan, JNF director. Left to
right are: Arthur Cutler, Alex Begun, William Solomon, Abe
Saginaw, Kaplan, Sam Manis and Harry Kaminer. The Rovner-
Lachowitcher Aid Society is a recent merger of the Rovner
Progressive Farein and Lachowitcher Aid Society. A year ago,
the' Lachowitcher Aid. Society planted a grove of 1000 trees
in Israel through JNF.

U.S., Canadian Boys
International Council
of Jewish Women Plans Are Top Winners in
Israel Bible Contest
to Move to London

CLEVELAND, (JTA) — The
International Council of Jewish
Women concluded its triennial
convention here with the deci-
sion to move the headquarters
of the organization from Mon-
treal to London. Mrs. Alfred
Rubens of London was elected
president of the worldwide
body, succeeding Mrs. Benjamin
Robinson of Montreal.
The 100 delegates attending
the conclave represented wo-
men's groups in 17 countries in
North and South America, Eu-
rope, Africa, Australia, Asia and
the Middle East. Delegates at-
tending the convention also at-
tended an informal leadership
training institute which dealt
with such subjects as the train-
ing of service volunteers, lead-
ership training, organizing new
groups, programming and fund-
raising.

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