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February 21, 1964 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-21

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Seek Relatives
Here Through
Women's Council

fudge and Mrs. James I. Eihnann
Mark 50th Wedding Anniversary

Hebrew Academy Nancy Shulman
to Wed Mr. Elkin
Celebrates 7th
Operational Year
MW

Mrs. Charles Rosenbaum,
chairman of the service to for-
eign born committee of the De-
troit Section, National Council
of Jewish Women, has released
a list of names of persons
sought here by relatives and
friends.
Most of those seeking rela-
tives are now living in Israel.
They believe their kin are in
Detroit. Many of the names were
submitted to the NCJW by the
United Hias Service.
Further information may be
obtained at the Council's office
at 8436 McNichols, or by calling
Mrs. Rosenbaum, UN 3-5427.
Those sought here are:

ITA (MOSKOVITS) BERLESCU,
Judge and Mrs. James Ellmann
seeking Cousin TONY MOSKOVICS
(Leibovics), born Romania, 1908.
One of Detroit's best known
Husband. Iancu, three sons and
Irwin is a leader in the Civil
daughters.
and most popular couples, Judge Liberties Union; William is ac-
ITA (MOSKOVITS) BERLESCU and Mrs. James I. Ellmann, this
tive in civic and political cir-
seeks cousin TONY MOSKOVICS
born Romania, 70-75 years ago. Left week-end are celebrating their cles; and Richard is an emi-
Bucharest 1913. Sister, Surica.
50th wedding anniversary.
nent author and is presently
RUWA SHULMAN seeks cousin
They were married in Detroit working on a two-volume col-
JAKOV (Jankel) KAPLAN, born 1895.
Father's name Leibi, son Israel. on Feb. 21, 1914, and their chil- lection of "Letters of James
Arrived U.S.A. 1910.
dren will honor them on Sun- Joyce," a biography of. Oscar
GRAZINA SIKORSKY of Lithuania
Wilde and a third work, "Sym-
seeks BERNICE and JOHN SUSS- day.
MAN. formerly of 9666 Russell St.
They have three sons, Irwin bolism of American Literature."
JACOB MAGZINER seeks brother
The celebrants came to this
ABE MAGZINER or sons Yudah, and William, who are associated
Abe and daughter Altie, born with their father in the practice
country
in their early youth—
Grodno. Russia.
James Ellmann from Romania
REGINA KATZ seeks brother JOEL of law, and Prof. Richard Ell-
SCHLOSSER. formerly 1441 E. Hazel man, who now is on leave from
and Jean Ellmann from Rus-
Park.
Northwestern University and is sia.
SHAYA BRONSTEIN from Bes-
sarabia seeks cousin MOSHE ROIS, in London with his family. The
The family fame for literary
arrived U.S.A. 1912. Wife Bela, senior Ellmans also have seven
abilities -- all members of the
daughter Joseph Scheinberg.
grandchildren.
family have authored works
BEZALEL JAKUBOWICZ seeks
ALEXANDER ALEXANDEROVICZ,
m. ■ ••••• • •■ •• ■■■.cs ■Insa•••■■■■ •• o ow. o
•••• ■ , •■■ , ■ on5 dealing with a variety of sub-
born in Konskie, Poland, left Israel
jects—may be said to stem from
1953, son and daughter.
the precedents established by
REBECCA (PELTIN) ZIGELBAUM
seeks JOSEPH or IAZEN PELTIN,
Mrs. Ellmann, an able poet and
arrived 1910 from Poland, son,
essayist and literary and drama-
Frank, daughter. Rose.
BERCU HERSCOVICI seeks cous-
tic critic whose writings ha,ye
ins DAVID ZILBERMAN or Kopel
been published in numerous pe-
or Meshulem from Romani a,
father's name Cheikel.
This Week's Radio and
riodicals.
HANA ROSA HARABAGIU seeks
Television Programs
Mr. Ellmann served as a jus-
brother MOSHE RIVEN from Ro-
mania; wife. Frida, son, David.
tice in Highland Park, where he
TO DWELL TOGETHER
EUGENIUSZ WITKOWSKI seeks
and Mrs. Ellmann had made
HANA MESER from Stanislawka,
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
their home for most of their
Poland; father's name Szmul, brother
Station:
WJBK
(radio
and
Leizor.
married life until they moved
MICHAEL KRASSOWSKI seeks television simultaneously)
to their present residence at
DAVID WASSERMAN or WATER-
Feature: Rabbis Morris Adler 8901 Kingswood.
MAN. Son, Jacob.
ANTONIA (GOTTDENER) ROSLER and Irwin Groner of Cong
Judge Ellmann has held many
seeks MINNA BRENNER. born Ro- Shaarey Zedek will engage in
important posts. He is a former
mania. Arrived U.S. 1924. 3 sons.
a
dialogue
about
seemingly
di-
MARJORA (ELMAN) SCHWARTZ
president of the Jewish Com-
seeks cousin ERNESTINA (Birer) vergent popular conception and munity Council, a former presi-
Schmolitz. Born 1900 Rumania. Ar- misconceptions entitled "Sac-
rived U.S.A. 1920. Uncle Berku
dent of the Zionist Organization
red and Profane." Presented of Detroit, has been honored
Elman, cousin Ida Ginsburg.
YEHOSHUA MONCARZ seeks by the Culture Commission of
with numerous assignments in
ALEX GREEN from Poland, wife
the Jewish Community Council public posts and is one of Mich-
Rivka, daughter Pecie.
YOSEF OSHINSKY seeks cousin of Metropolitan Detroit.
igan's most prominent attorneys.
* * *
JONAS MANDEL, wife Chaya. Born
Suvalky, Poland.
Judge and Mrs. Ellmann have
COUNCIL-ALTMAN
HOUR
REBECCA (Jakubowitz) FRISCH
taken several trips to Israel.
seeks uncle JACOB JAKUBOWITZ
Time:
10
p.m.
Saturday.
from Russia, daughter Fried a;
Station: WJLB.
brother David.
FEIGE (Leviatin) MANNE seeks
Feature: The forthcoming
cousin SHIMON LOPATINER from
Russia, brother Menashe, about 60. Warsaw Ghetto exhibition of
documents, pictures and other
Father's name Shaje.
AMERICAN NATIONAL INSUR- materials, many captured from
ANCE CO. seeks NINA BERLIN,
the Nazis, and scheduled to open
wife of Asher, born 1914, Russia.
TEL AVIV, (JTA) — King
ROBERT RANKE, attorney in • Ger- at the Jewish Center March 6,
many, seeks ROSA SIEGELMANN, will be discussed by George M. Baudouin and Queen Famiola of
formerly of 3300 Cortland.
Belgium left Lydda Airport for

r

ewry

I

the

Belgian Royal Couple
Pay Visit to Israel
Baudouin Forest Set

Mizrachi Hatzair
to Hold Conclave

Zeltzer, member of the commit-
tee arranging to bring this
YIVO exhibit to Detroit. Pre-
sented by the Culture Commis-
sion.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Israel Consul Gen-
eral Jacob Barmore will discuss
the current situation in Israel
with Joseph Edelman, director
of the Culture Commission.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Salvation for "Us
Moderns."
* * *
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Collector" by
Irwin Gonshak, a dramatization
of events in the life of the late
Samuel Friedenberg, collector
of coins and medals from all
parts of the Jewish world.
* * *

BrusSels Monday after complet-
ing a two-day visit to Israel in
which they toured the country's
Christian Holy Places and were
received by President Zalman
Shazar.
The Royal couple participated
in a planting ceremony of King
Baudouin Forest near Nazareth.
Yaakov Tsur, world chairman
of the Jewish National Fund,
presided at the ceremony.
The royal entourage was
greeted on their arrival in Jeru-
salem by Mayor Mordechai Ish-
Shalom and then proceeded
through the decorated streets of
the city of Mount Zion where
they visited the Church of the
Dormition and lit six candles
in the Martyrs Chamber in me
mory of the million Jews who
were murdered by the Nazis
during the Second World War.
The king and queen were
guests at a luncheon given by
President Shazar which vOus
also attended by Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol, cabinet ministers,
members of the Knesset, Israel's
Parliament, and justices of the
Supreme Court.

The Hebrew Academy held
its seventh anniversary dinner,
sponsored by the PTA, Tues-
day marking the seventh year
since the inception of this Heb-
rew day school.
The school was formed to
promote Jewish studies in the
suburbs, and to instill a love
for Jewry. Its program con-
tains both secular and religious
studies.
Rabbi James I. Gordon, of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
was guest speaker. Rather than
speaking about the Hebrew
Academy, or the day school
movement in Detroit, Rabbi
Gordon focused his attention
on the day school movement in
general.
He stated that originally
the day schools either negat-
ed secular studies completely,
or accepted these studies so
completely that the two areas
were treated as completely
separate entities. A comprom-
ise between these two philo-
sophies had to be—and was,
he feels — reached in the
modern day school.
Rabbi Gordon stated that the
ideal must be a form of inte-
gration, but without giving up
any Jewishness. He feels that
there is a need to build a bridge
between Israel and the United
States through Torah and lan-
guage. The day school then be-
comes an important factor in
the construction of this bridge.
In closing, Rabbi Gordon
said the aim of the day school
should be "leadership through
excellence."
The program was concluded
with a musical selection by
Avram "Skip" Rosenthal.

MISS NANCY SHULMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Sol Shulman of
Cheyenne Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Nancy Barbara to Arthur Allan
Elkin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice J. Elkin of Muirland
Ave.
Both the prospective bride
and bridegroom-to-be are grad-
uates of Wayne State Univer-
sity, where he was affiliated
with Mu Beta Chi and Beta
Gamma fraternities.
A June wedding is planned.

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Mizrachi Hatzair of New York,
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city convention of religious
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All Mizrachi Hatzair groups
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