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November 29, 1963 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-29

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Friday, Nov. 29, 1963 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — 20

Sheruth League to Celebrate 20th
Anniversary at Donor Luncheon

Sheruth League will celebrate its 20th anniversary at a
donor luncheon 12:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Masonic Temple.
A fashion show will highlight the event, with Pat Morris as
commentator. Featured also will be the Frankie Paul Trio. A
presentation will be given to Sheruth League by Dr. Peter
Shifrin, president of Fresh Air Society, in recognition of the
League's contribution to the community. Also present will be
Sam Marcus, director of the Fresh Air Society. Shown above
displaying one of the many prizes to be awarded are, from left,
Mesdames Raymond Newman, reservations; Jack Weinstein,
president; Joe Klinger, prizes; and Ben Gruskin, donor chair-
man. Others planning the event include Mesdames George
Gilbert and Hy Cohen, tickets; Herbert Rosen, prizes; Louis
Freeman and Marvin Canner, chairman, and Melvin Wasserman,
Philip Kaplan and George Snider, special project; and Julius
Katz, hostess. For information and tickets, call 342-2361.

7ouncernents

Last Week's Winners of the

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MRS. MARVIN FREEDMAN

(Twin Boys)
and

Mrs. Frederick Winkelman

(Daughter-9 lbs., 121/2 oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of
your children and we hope the
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week at home easier.

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Nov. 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Stein (Irene Markowitz),
8 2 8 6 Huntington, Huntington
Woods, a son, David Andrew.
* * *
Nov. 20 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Jack G. Morof (Joyce Lachman),
25675 Grand Concourse, South-
field, a son, Gary Steven.

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Nov. 15—To Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Snyder (Winnie Schrei-
ber), 13540 Dartmouth, Oak
Park, a son, Neil Steven.
*
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Nov. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Morry Bednarsh (Marcia Ger-
ber), 19130 Beaverland, a daugh_
ter, Marcella Karen.
* *
Nov. 11 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Neal I. Kalish (Floreen Stuart),
25221 Rue Versailles, Oak Park,
a son, Joseph Paul.
* *
Nov. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Weintraub (Denise Hor-
owitz), 16229 Schaefer, a daugh-
ter, Jacquelyn Ilene.
* * *
Nov. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin L. Levy (Elaine Bosin) of
Oak Park, a son, Michael How-
ard.
* * *
Sept. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Joel Bussell (Joan Beckman),
18286 Santa Rosa, a son, Jeffrey
Alan.

Egyptian's Jewish
Wife Is Accorded
Custody of Child

NEW YORK, (JTA) — Su-
Court Justice Thomas A.
Aurelio awarded to a French
Jewish mother custody of her
nine-year-old daughter whom
her husband, an E gyp t i a n-
born Christian, had threatened
to take to the United Arab Re-
public.
Mrs. Jeanne Wassef told the
court that if her daughter were
raised as a citizen of Egypt,
she would never be able to see
her again "because of my re-
ligion."
Justice Aurelio said he did
not think "any civilized coun-
try in the world would deprive
a mother of the custody of her
child when she proved to be a
fit guardian."
Mrs. Wassef testified that her
husband, Aziz Wassef, took the
child, Donia, from their Paris
home, telling the mother he
planned to take the girl on a
month's vacation to the United
States with a promise to bring
Donia back in time for school
in September. Instead, she said,
he refused to return to France.

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Mulls Cutting
Length of Army Services
for Girl Conscripts

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol confirmed
in the Knesset that the Cabinet
was considering the reduction of
the length of time served by
girls in the Israel Army.
, .

People
Make News

ERROLL SHIFFMAN, 18709
Santa Barbara, a student at Bag-
ley School, served as honorary
ball boy for the Detroit Pistons
basketball team when it recently
defeated the Cincinnati Royals.
* * *
MOSES A. LEAVITT, execu-
tive vice-chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee, will
give an eye-witness account of
the effects of recent political
and economic developments on
Jews in Morocco and other
areas at the 49th annual din-
ner meeting of the JDC at the
New York Hilton Hotel in New
York City, Dec. 5.
* * *
Three prominent Jewish lay-
men, representing Orthodox,
Conservative, and Reform
branches of American Jewry,
will receive the 1963 Synagogue
Statesman Award for their dedi-
cated and consecrated service to
Jewry and humanity, it was an-
nounced by Rabbi Uri Miller,
president of the Synagogue
Council of America. The honors
will be bestowed upon IRVING
MAIDMAN, HENRY M. REM,
and WALTER W. WEISMANN,
at the annual awards dinner
Sunday, at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, New York.
* * *
The fourth biennial Confer-
ence for Progressive Israel,
called by Americans for Progres-
s i v e Israel-Hashomer Hatzair,
will take place Dec. 6-8 at the
Park Sheraton Hotel, New York.
ZVI LURIE, member of the
Jewish Agency Executive, leader
of the kibbutz movement and
signator of the Declaration of
Independence of the State of
Israel on May 18, 1948, will
deliver the keynote address on
"Israel and the Jewish Road to
Socialism."
* * *
SIR ISAAC WOLFSON of Lon-
don has acquired a major stake
in Britain's biggest property-
development company, City Cen-
ter Properties Ltd.
* * *
Associate Professor J. YA-
NAT TABB, an expert in indus-
trial and labor management
relations in the department of
industrial and management en-
gineering at the Technion, Is-
rael Institute of Technology,
has returned from Ceylon to
Haifa after successfully organ-
izing two seminars on manage-
ment in the framework of the
Department of International Co-
operation of the Israel Foreign
Ministry. Prof. Tabb headed a
team of three Israeli experts
of whom two, Dr. Y. Zengen
and N. Karu, are Technion staff
members, while the third, B. Z.
Shapira, is a senior official in
the Ministry of Commerce and
Industry.

Simonhoff's Pamphlet
on Ford and His Paper

Bloch Publishing Co. has just
published a pamphlet by Harry
Simonhoff, prominent Miami
author, attorney and historian,
under the title "The First Henry
Ford and His Dearborn Inde-
pendent."
Simonhoff reviews in his
pamphlet the anti-Semitic activi-
ties of Henry Ford, the challenge
to him by those who instituted
suits charging libel, the apology
of Ford in his letter to Louis
Marshall and the cessation of
the publication of his paper in
which he conducted the cam-
paigns against the Jews.
Ford "got off quite cheaply,"
Simonhoff writes, asserting that
Ford remained "unrepentant."

Expert on Diabetes
Marian Eiger, a prominent
Jewish Physician who lived in
Poland in the early part of this
century, was the first scientist
to treat diabetes with insulin. He
was a great-grandson of Akiva
Eger, the famed Talmudic
scholar.

• •

Goldalee Meth Will Ford Biographer
Wed Duane Geiss
Deplores Lack of
Stamp for Him

Wayne State University's
latest published work, "Young
Henry Ford—A Picture Story
of the First 40 Years," by Sid-
ney Olson, is a remarkable col-
lection of facts about Ford's
early years and the gradual
development of his vehicle.
Illustrated by 229 unusual

MISS GOLDALEE METH

Mr. and Mrs. David Meth of
Kentucky Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Goldalee, to Duane Geiss, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geiss of
Southfield.
The bride-elect is a senior in
the College of Education at
Wayne State University. A June
28 wedding is planned.

Elect Fleischman
President of Jewish
Home for Aged

photographs, including many fam-
ily portraits, this unusual col-
lection has amazed even so
noted an historian as Allan
Nevins. The publishers take oc-
casion to point out that "most
books written about Henry Ford
either attack him brutally or
praise him with uncritical ex-
travagance," but that this one
"is history at its source."
The author pleads for "dis-
pelling of myths" about Henry
Ford and he takes occasion to
state: "His face has not ap-
peared on a postage stamp,
although the woman who in-
vented Mother's Day has been
so honored, along with Casey
Jones, some minor poets, and
the Battle of Brooklyn (which
we lost to the British)."
What a pity that he does not
indicate why our Government
refused to honor Ford with a
postage stamp ! — P. S.

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