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December 20, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-20

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N Samuel Frank Medical Library Is 3,000 Carry
ilfaureen Campbell Hashomer Hatzair
Dedicated at Detroit Sinai Hospital Hanukah Torch to lred Calvin Kay to Present Lurie at
Hanukah Dinner
Americans for Progressive Is-
Through Israel
rael .

Samuel Frank (left), for whom Sinai Hospital's new medi-
cal library is named, and Nate S. Shapero, hospital president,
are shown cutting the ribbon at dedication ceremonies for the
facility. A gift of $185,000 from Frank and his family made
possible the two-level, 9,000 square-foot building and its fur-
nishings. Sinai also received a federal grant to aid in construc-
tion. Frank is board chairman of Detroit Aluminum and Brass
Co., and is a Sinai trustee.

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Last Week's Winners of the

"RASKIN
BIG BABY BONUS"

MRS. CHAIM GASTHALTER

Twins—Son & Daughter
and

MRS. MYRON H. JOYRICH

(Daughter, 8 Lbs., 14-Oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of
your children and we hope the
RASKIN PRODUCTS you re-
ceived helped make your first
week at home easier.

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Dec. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Burt
Meisel of Grand Rapids, a daugh-
ter, Doreen Althea.
* * *
Dec. 5—To IVIr. and Mrs. Har-
old W. Goodman (Evelyn Si-
porin), 31069 McKinney, Frank-
lin, a son, Steven Joel.
* *
Dec. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
bert Greenbaum (Barbara
Hertzberg) 20312 Bentler, a son,
Mitchell Gordon.

*

*

Nov. 27 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rosens (Miriam Lacho-
ver), 23836 Moritz, Oak Park, a
son, Mark Denis. _
• * *
Nov. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
bert Silverman, a son, Eric
Steven.
• * *
Oct. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. B.
Gordon (Bonnie Albion), former
Detroiters living at 1645 La
Dec. 11 — To Mr. and Mrs. Loma, Berkley, Calif., twin
Leonard Homer (Carol Jaffe), daughters, Julie and Amy.
17200 Northlawn, a son, Brian
Eric.
U.S., Israeli Firms -
* * *
Form Partnership as
Dec. 7 — To Capt. and Mrs.
Martin J. Albion (Judith Usher), Steel Manufacturers
stationed with the Medical Corps
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Re-
at Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma, public Steel Corporation, one of
Ariz., a son, Steven Usher.
the largest steel manufacturers
in the United States, has en-
tered a partnership agreement
Recommended by Physicians
with the United Saran Plastic
Corporation of Israel to make
metal products in this country,
it was announced this week by
Pinhas Sapir, MiniSter of Fi-
Expert Mohel
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
nance who holds also the port-
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folio of Commerce and Industry.
Under the pact, he said, Re-
public will help finance the
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
manufacture and will also pro-
vide know-how and planning and
RABBI
designing of various steel prod-
ucts to be made here. The Is-
raeli firm, under the agreement,
will also receive marketing
FE 4-4149
FE 4-8266
rights in East Africa, Turkey,
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Iran and any other country with
which bilateral agreements may
be reached.
REV.

Dec. 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jordan Pollack (Rhoda Dress-
ler), 15240 Marlow, Oak Park,
a daughter, Michelle Hope.
* * *
Dec. 12 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Wolf (Ilene Ressler),
24550 Seneca, Oak Park, a
daughter, Sherri Pam.
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RABBI
LEO GOLDMAN

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Israel Goodman

Marshall L. Goldman

MOHEL
Serving at Homes and Hospitals

DI 1-9909

RABBI
ISAAC KAPLAN

Certfied Mohel
Serving in Homes & Hospitals

17181 Cherrylawn

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REV.

Joseph Baras

CERTIFIED MOHEL

Serving in Homes & Hospitals

UN 4-0572

London Jewish School
Forms Kennedy Fund

LONDON (JTA) — Carmel
College, a private Jewish school,
has collected 20,000 pounds ster-
ling ($56,000) for the school's
new John F. Kennedy Scholar-
ship Fund established in mem-
ory of Mr. Kennedy "because of
his friendship to and interest in
Jews during his time in office,"
school officials said.

Bar Mitzvahs

Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Oet-
tinger, 19340 Pinehurst, an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their
son, Robert Alan, will be ob-
served 8 p.m. today at Temple
Emanu-El.

JERUSALEM, ( JTA) —Thre e
thousand members of the Mac-
cabi Sports Union enacted the
traditional Hanukah "Modiin
Torch" ceremony, lighting a
torch at the Modiin burial site
of the Hasmonean Dynasty,
which had given birth to the
Maccabean revolt, then carry-
ing the torch through Israel.
The ceremony, always held on
the eve of the Hanukah festival,
had been delayed by heavy rain-
storms.
Israeli Maccabi runners car-
ried the torch lighted at Modiin
by relays to Ramlel and Reho-
vot, where they halted at the
grave of the late Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, Israel's first Presi-
dent. Then other torches, light-
ed from the original Modiin
flame, were taken to Jerusalem,
Haifa, Tel Aviv, Beersheba and
Eilat. In each town, the torch
was received with ceremonies
in which the mayors and local
sports organization participated.

Brith Sholom Report
Favors Group Libel
Legislation in U.S.

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — A
committee of Brith Sholom has
submitted a report approving
group libel legislation, I. Irving
T u b i s, president, announced.
Other major Jewish national or-
ganizations oppose such legisla-
tion.
The committee recommended
legislation "to curtail the pub-
lishing and distribution of ma-
terial that intentionally and ma-
liciously defames any racial, re-
ligious or ethnic group or which
advocates injury to their person
or property, or worse, their ex-
tinction."
Asserting that laws could be
written which would "stand the
test of constitutionality," the
committee denied the stand of
foes of such legislation that it
would abridge freedom of
speech. The committee said that
in the most liberal interpreta-
tion, "the hateful fabrications
disseminated by racists, which
seek to rob a particular group
of its dignity and/or its life,
cannot be equated with legiti-
mate speech."

MISS MAUREEN CAMPBELL

Announcement has been made
of the engagement of Maureen
Campbell, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. James P. Campbell of Glen
Ellyn, Ill. and Calvin Charles
Kay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
H. Kay, 18689 San Juan, A
spring wedding is planned.
Miss Campbell is a graduate
of Drake University. Her fiance
is a junior at the College of
Osteopathic Medicine and Surg-
ery in Des Moines, Iowa.

,

Hashomer Hatzair will
present Zvi Lurie as guest
speaker at its third annual
Hanukah dinner Sunday at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
His topic will be "A Progres-
sive Israel and The Jewish
World."
Lurie, head of the organiza-
tion department of the Jewish
Agency Executive, is one of
those who signed Israel's Dec-
laration of Independence on
May 14, 1948. He was a founder
of the Hashomer Hatzair Kib-
butz in Ein Ganim and still is
a member of the Kibbutz Artzi
council. He has held important
posts in a number of major
Israeli organizations and insti-
tutions and has .held numerous
Knesset appointments.
Following dinner, a musical
program will be offered.
Friends are invited. For reser-
vations, call TO 8-0343.

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(Copyright, 1963, JTA, Inc.)

There is an outside chance
that a team of Russian Jewish
athletes will compete in Israel
during the summer of 1965. And,
if it comes to pass, it will be
a historic breakthrough in So-
viet Israeli relations. However,
the inclination is wait and see
if a thaw does develop.
The possibility arose during
a recent UNESCO meeting in
Europe. Pierre Gildesgame, of
England, chairman of the Mac-
cabi World Union, spoke to a
group of Russians at the con-
ference and extended an invi-
tation for a team of Russian
Jewish athletes to participate
in the Seventh World Macca-
biah Games. The Soviets didn't
say yes. But they didn't say no.
They told Gildesgame to extend
an official inviation through the
proper Russiain sports channels,
and that's where the matter
stands at the moment.

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