MISS ELAINE ASKINAS
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin As-
kinas of Brightwaters, Long
Island, N.Y., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Elaine, to Talbert Sheldon Stein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J.
Stein, 17349 Meyers.
Miss Askinas will be majoring
in biology and chemistry in her
senior year at Brandeis Univer-
sity and has been awarded a
cancer grant in biology this sum-
mer at Brandeis. Her fiance re-
ceived a science degree in phys-
ics and mathematics from Wayne
State University. He was gradu-
ated Phi Beta Kappa, a Woodrow
Wilson Fellow and has a Na-
tional Defense Education Act
Fellowship at Brandeis, where
he is doing graduate work in
activities in Society
Michelle Manheimer has departed for a six-week European
Mrs. Leonard M. Sims, of Detroit, international president of
Bnai Brith Women, attended a special civil rights meeting of
leaders of women's organizations on July 9 at the White House
on the invitation of President John F. Kennedy.
Included in the group of Michigan women who last week
assisted in forming the National Women's Committee on Civil
Rights were Mesdames Regene Freund Cohane, Mary 0. Ross,
Matilda Sims, and Leonard Winer.
Two Michigan students are among 101 high school and col-
lege students from eight states and Canada participating in the
seventh annual Yeshiva University "Summer in Israel" program,
a project of the Youth Bureau of the University's Community
The local youths are: Warren Brandwine, 8020 Lincoln
Drive, Huntington Woods; and Carole Fishman, 13341 Northfield
Boulevard, Oak Park.
Mrs. Joseph Wyzan, 24611 Seneca, Oak Park, is in Israel for
a five-week course conducted by Pioneer Women, the Women's
Labor Zionist Organization in America. Mrs. Wyzan, who is
Detroit co-chairman of the 18th national biennial conference
meeting of Pioneer Women to be held in Detroit Aug. 11-14,
was chosen as one of 20 outstanding Pioneer Women from the
U.S. and Canada to participate in the study course and tour
The Al Kempers are having a busy July of birthdays. Wife
Gladys and six year old son Ross celebrated theirs July 4 at a
party given at the home of grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Wohl. Daughters Debra will be five on July 24, and Elicia will be
four on July 19. The Kempers are vacationing with their parents.
Miss Judy Natkin, formerly of Oak Park, now residing in
Los Angeles, Calif., was the recipient of a Bnai Brith scholarship
for study in Israel under the Israel Summer Institute program.
Judy (aged 17) is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Naktin.
Visiting Sharon Stern of Oak Park are her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Stern, and her brother, Jeffrey, all of Tucson, Ariz.
The Sterns are also visiting his brother, Irving; sisters, Ida, Mrs.
Harold Graff and Mrs. Al Krakow; and her mother, Mrs. Sarah
Cohen; sisters, Mrs. Harry Schwartz and Mrs. Harry Cherry; and
her brother, Harry Sherman; and their respective families.
Israeli Correspondent Visits Here
on White House Press Office Tour
Detroit was host this past
week to Eliahu Hassin, foreign
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major daily newspapers.
He was one of seven foreign
reporters stationed in the United
States to be taken on a con-
ducted tour of this city by Mal-
colm Kilduff, an assistant secre-
tary in the white House Press
Hassin was sent to New York
three months ago. His assign-
ment in this country may be for
as long as two years. He is re-
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In addition, Hassin says, he is
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terest of this country's young
Jewish generation in his native
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It is important, he feels, that
the rapport and relationship be-
tween young American Jews and
their Israeli counterparts be en-
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tact are the instruments to
strengthen this link, he says.
Hassin expressed concern that
Israeli-U.S. Jewry ties have a
solid foundation and be perpetu-
ated once the existing philan-
thropic association is minimized.
Other foreign newsmen on the
mission to Detroit were from
Korea, Argentina, Taiwan, Italy,
Switzerland and Berlin. They
were the guests here of some of
the city's major industrial cor-
porations, whose facilities they
toured, and the University of
Michigan and Michigan State
University. Both Mayor Cavanagh
and Governor Romney held press
conferences in their offices for
Coordinator of the visit was
the Michigan Chapter of the De-
fense Supply Association.
The correspondents' trip was
suggested by the United States
Information Agency as a means
to enable foreign newsmen to
observe the American scene out-
side of the metropolitan areas
of Washington and New York.
Hal Muskovitz has been elected
president of Camp Tanuga on
Lake Manistee. Others elected,
according to Harvey Rubenstien,
program director, were:
Bob Hubert, vice - president;
Nancy Schlesinger, secretary;
Bob Scheuer, waterfront com-
missioner, and Nancy Klein, his
assistant; Judy Selik and. JoAnne
Schulma n, librarians; John
Werbe, Marilyn Dresner, Anne
Borin, Terry Finkel, Jim Braun,
mail superintendents; Nancy
Zupner, Kathy Kramer of Miami,
Fla., Tom Rollins and Nan Baer
of Grand Rapids, postmen; War-
ren Werbe, stage assistant; Alan
Muskovitz, Steve Finkel and
Gary Kleiman of Miami, Fla.,
junior postmen; Laura Lebow
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MISS GLORIA JERRIS
sengers; and Mitchell Rashew-
At a recent cocktail party, sky of Grand Rapids, athletic
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jerris of commissioner.
Victoria Ave., Huntington
Woods, announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Gloria
Florence, to Richard Bernard
Traitel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Traitel of Indiana
The bride-elect will be gradu-
ated from Wayne State Univer-
sity College of Education in
August. The prospective bride-
groom also attends. Wayne State,
where he is working toward his
Ph.D. in clinical psychology. The
couple plan a June, 1964, wed-
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