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March 13, 1964 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-03-13

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Friday, March 13, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-20



Gift to Hospital
Detroiters Share in Planning for Sharon Rosenbaum
UJA Campaigns at Chicago Parley to Wed New Yorker Ends True Sisters
CHICAGO, Ill. — More than light of all Israel's "abormal
Drive; Donor Set
600 Jewish leaders representing economic problems, it would

communities in the 12-state
Midwest region on Sunday un-
animously adopted a resolution
to mobilize maximum area sup-
port for the United Jewish Ap-
peal's nationwide 1964 cam-
paign goal of $105,000,000 to aid
immigrants to Israel and assist
Jews in need in 31 countries.
The action was taken at the
concluding session of the UJA's
three-day Midwest leadership
institute held at the Edgewater
Beach Hotel.
Joseph Meyerhoff of Balti-
more, UJA general chairman,
presented the resolution and
gave a detailed picture of Jew-
ish needs overseas.
Other speakers included Hy-
man Safran of Detroit.
Israel's D e p u t y Prime
Minister, Abba S. Eban, in an
address at the Saturday eve-
ning banquet session, declared
that it would be "highly pre-
mature" to regard the people
of Israel as having reached a
point of self - sufficiency
which no longer required sub-
stantial economic help from
Jewish communities through-
out the world and from other
sources.
He warned against a feeling
of complacency that has de-
veloped in many quarters be-
cause of Israel's obvious, re-
markable progress. Using the
"normal" indices of economic
progress, he said, Israel seems
to show a glowing picture.
Eban stressed that in the

continue to need considerable
assistance from the world's
Jewish communities and other
sources.
At the opening session on Fri-
day, Max M. Fisher of Detroit,
UJA associate general chair-
man, urged the delegates to
"give all your energies toward
helping to mobilize a maximum
response in the comunities of
the Midwest to the UJA's 1964
nationwide goal of $105,000,-
000," He said: "We have the re-
sponsibility to make it possible
for three-quarters of a million
Jewish men, women and chil-
dren to live in peace and digni-
ty. This is the true goal if the
UJA this year — the greatest
goal in Jewish life today."
U. S. Senator Thomas H.
Kuchel of California, assailed
the filibuster tactic in the
Senate as "undemocratic"
and "evil thing."
Speaking on civil rights legis-
lation, he said, "the issue here
is equal treatment under the
law for all Americans, precisely
as that guarantee was made in
the Constitution a century ago."
Detroiters at the meetings
were: Mr. and Mrs. William
Avrunin, Mr .and Mrs. Max M.
Fisher, Charles H. Gershenson,
Mrs. John C. Hopp, Hyman Sa-
fran, Isidore Sobeloff, Phillip
Stollman, and Mrs. Henry
Wineman.

Israel Newlyweds:
He, 68 . . . She, 34



Israel's Prime Minister
LEVI ESHKOL, 68, is shown
here with his bride, the for-
mer Miriam Zelikovitch, 34,
at their home in Jerusalem.
The new Mrs. Eshkol is senior
Knesset librarian.

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President Mrs. Stanley Baar,
United Order of True Sisters,
announces that an $800 check
was presented to Detroit Mem-
orial Hospital by philanthropic
chairman Mrs. Leonard Pinter.
The funds are used for radio
isotope treatments for medically
indigent patients.
A donor luncheon and fashion
show culminating the fund-rais-
ing campaign of United Order
True Sisters will be held noon
Tuesday at the Statler Hilton
Hotel.
Mrs. Ben Tommich, pianist,
will perform, and prizes will be
awarded.

MISS SHARON ROSENBAUM

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosen-
baum, 18081 Mark Twain, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sharon to Stanley
Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Weinstein of the Bronx,
N.Y.
The bride-elect is a student
at Michigan State University.
Her fiance is a graduate of
Hunter College and is working
on his masters degree in mathe-
matics at Michigan State Uni-
versity.

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"Young Abe Lincoln," a musi-
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presented at the Jewish Center
at 2 and 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
"Young Abe Lincoln," the only
musical for children to play on
Broadway, deals with some of
the events—both humorous and
heart-breaking—that lead to Abe
Lincoln's nomination for state
legislature.

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Feature: "A Setting for the
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