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November 22, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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Friday, Nov. 22, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 22

Susan Cohn Will
Wed William Shell.

MISS SUSAN COHN

Whiteman-Eskin
JWV Activities Engagement Told

LT. ROY F. GREEN AUXILI-
ARY will hold its annual mem-
bership party 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of past president
Mrs. John Nemon, 24808 Pierce,
Southfield, announced President
Mrs. Sam Weiner. Prospective
members are invited. Guest
speakers will be Mrs. Sam
Skupsky, Department president;
Mrs. Jack Iden, Department sen-
ior vice-president; and Mrs. L.
Realer, Department junior vice-
president. In charge of the af-
fair is Mrs. Bernice Miller, jun-
ior vice-president and member-
ship chairman of the auxiliary.
For information, call Mrs. Wei-
ner, VE 6-4602.
*
*
*
JOS. L. BALE POST will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Boes-
ky's. Featured will be movies
on skiing and an explanation
by Les Winer. The Stock Club
will meet at 8 p.m., preceeding
the meeting.

Dr. and Mrs_ Daniel E. Cohn,
17609 Oak Drive, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Susan Gail, to. William Elson
_Shell, son of Dr. Samuel Shell,
8344 Hendrie, Huntington
Woods, and the late S'delle
Shell.
Miss Cohn attended North-
western University and is a
senior at the University of
Michigan. Her fiance is a medi-
cal student at the University of
The Michigan Jewish History
Michigan. A May 31 wedding is Journal of the Jewish Historical
planned.
Society has been cited by Gov-
ernor George Romney in a com-
munique to Rabbi Emanuel
Applebaum, president of the
Society and headmaster of Hil-
lel Day School.
The Journal was called to the
Governor's
attention by Sen.
The Jewish Center announces
the addition of Sidney Marker CharleS Blondy.
The Governor's letter stated,
to the professional staff. He will
in part:
serve. as assistant in the physi-
"Michigan Jewish History is
cal education department.
to be commended for the out-
Marker attended New York standing way in which it is re-
University and received his B.S. cording the rich history of the
degree in physical education Jewish community in Michigan.
from George Washington Uni- The Jewish contribution to the
versity. He has had extensive economic, educational, cultural
experience working in children's and religious strength of our
camps in the New England state has been and continues to
states, and worked for eight be enormous.
years as assistant director of the
"By their active interest in
health and physical education community and state affairs,
department of the Jewish Cen- the Jewish people are setting an
ter in Washington, D.C. He serv- example for all residents of
ed in the U. S. Marine Corps Michigan."
during the Korean War.

Romney Commends
Journal of Michigan
Jewish History

Jewish Center
Names Marker to
Professional Staff

Hebrew University
to
Establish Chair
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that a Chair of Biblical Studies
has been endowed at the uni-
versity in memory of Dr. Yehez-
kiel Kaufmann, late Professor
of Bible, by Mr. and Mrs. Clar-
ence W. Efroymson of Carmel,
Indiana.
The Efroymsons gave $150,000
for the endowment. The an-
nouncement was made at a
Kaufmann memorial meeting
held at the university.

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The American Jewish - com-
munity maintains some 300
Jewish community centers in
cities throughout the country
with a total membership of
nearly 700,000.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard White-
man of Giles Blvd., Windsor, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Judith Ann, to Jerry
Eskin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Eskin of Lauder Ave.
The bride-elect is a senior at
Wayne State University and her
fiance is a graduate of the
Wayne School of Business Ad-
ministration. A June 14 wed-
ding is planned.

Harold S. Norman
Breaks Records for
Provident Insurance

Provident Life & Accident In-
surance Company announced that
Harold S. Norman has broken
all production records for any
three-month period in the his-
tory of the company. His paid
production exceeded $3,000,000
in the third quarter of 1963. His
premiums were in excess of
$100,000. His personal produc-
tion for the first nine months
was over $5,000,000 of new busi-
ness.

Norman is considered a na-
tional authority on corporation
and pension and profit-sharing
insurance. He is a qualifying
and a life member of the Mil-
lion Dollar Round Table, a
member of the Detroit Life
Underwriters and the General
Agents and Management Asso-
ciation.

He is unusually active in civic
and charitable activities. Norman
is co-chairman of the Service
Division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, a member of the
board of directors. of the Detroit
Service Group, trustee of the
Jewish Vocational Service, past
commander of Jewish War Vet-
erans — Lawrence Jones Post;
past commander of the Ameri-
can Legion Post; member of the
V.F.W.; board member and
chairman of the membership
committee of Temple Beth El's
Men's Club; member of the
Variety Club's Growth and De-
velopment Center for Children's
Hospital; Knollwood Country
Club and the Standard City Club,
the Detroit Economic Club;
Chamber of Commerce; a past
chairman of the Torch Fund
Insurance Division and other
organizations.
He is married to Marjorie and
has two children and resides at
18600 Wildemere with offices at
1400 Guardian Building.

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Pinehurst Ave., announce the West Coast division of Yeshiva
engagement of their daughter, University by Samuel A. Fryer,
Rosalyn, to Peter G. M. Smith, Los Angeles philanthropist and
son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur supporter of Jewish education.
J. M. Smith of East Lansing,
Mich. The couple are seniors
at the University of Michigan.
Music the Stein-Way
A June wedding is planned.

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