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May 15, 1964 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-15

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Israel Supports Mrs. FDR's Work

Israeli President Shneour Zalman Sliazar (right) presents a check
for $10,000 to Philip M. Klutznick of Chicago, national campaign
chairman of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation and former
UN Ambassador, while Foreign Minister Mrs. Golda Meir looks on.
The gift, made in Jerusalem recently, represents anticipated proceeds
from a commemorative stamp hailing Eleanor Roosevelt as "defender
of human rights" which Israel will issue in October, on the 80th
anniversary of her birth. The donation will support the Foundation's
program for human rights and world peace. Twenty-five other nations
plan to issue conunemorative stamps at that tune.

1

trt,11 Ae nnouncements

ORT Officers
Inessa Zackm an
to Be Installed at to Wed in August
Region Luncheon

Michigan Region, Women's Amer-
ican ORT, will hold its annual in-
stallation luncheon noon Thursday
at Franklin Hills Country Club.
Mrs. William Wolk will be instal-
ling officer, and the invocation will
be given by Mrs. B. David Ruby.
Mrs. Charles Levin is in charge of
arrangements, and Mrs. Ha r old
Frank will be chairman of the day.
The following regional officers
will be installed: Mesdames Nathan
H. Schlafer, reelected president;
Ben Brant, Reuben Axelrod, Law-
rence Levi and Charles Levin, vice
presidents; Max Beal, Joseph Fen-
ton and Harvey Gordenker, secre-
taries; Herman Hack, treasurer;
and Leonard Schrieber, parliamen-
tarian.
Chapter presidents to be inducted
are Mesdames Walter Rosenberg,
Fairview; William Wetsman, Bal-
moral; Henry Pariser, Hampton;
Harold Frank, Northeast; Bernard
Colton, Oakland Hills; Jack Rubin,
Parkwood ; Jack Kaufman, Subur-
ban; Jerome Friedman, Town and
Country; Edward Kagen, Glenwood;
Daniel Uziel, Vera Bramson; and
Sidney Gersh, Mt. Clemens.
Sportswear, afternoon and eve-
ning clothes by such designers as
Sophie, Bill Blass and Goeffrey
Beene, will be modeled during the
fashion show.
For reservations, call the office,
545-3400, or Mrs. Charles Levin,
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April 26 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence E. Wenokur (Arlene
Goldfarb), 20311 Grandville, a son,
"RASKIN
Robert Bradley.
* * *
BIG BABY BONUS"
April 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
MRS. NEWTON B. BERNSTEIN
Morton Zumberg (Carol Honig-
(8 lbs., 101/2 oz.)
man), 22020 Whitmore, Oak Park,
Congratulations on the birth of your
a son, Michael Aaron.
son and we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
* * *
make your first week at home easier.
American Savings Opens
To Mr. and Mrs. Norman Woron-
RASKIN FOOD CO.
off (Gail Michelson), 10130 Sara- New Office; Offers Flag
toga, Oak Park, a daughter, Amy Set for New Accounts
May 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Toba.
This week marked the grand
E. Mackey (Maxine Bernstein),
opening of the new East Detroit
18787 Jeannette, Southfield, a son,
office of American Savings and
David Allen.
Loan Association, according to Al.
$ * *
fred L. Deutsch, president.
May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Located on 10 Mile, east of Kelly
K. Magid (Marcia R o s e n b e r g),
Rd., the new office will expand
18904 Flamingo, Livonia, a daugh-
American Savings service to resi-
SOL YETZ - MORRIS COHEN
ter, Linda Joyce.
AUXILIARY will meet 8 p.m. dents of Detroit's east side and
* * *
suburban communities.
Monday at the home of Sara
All 11 offices of American Sav-
May 4—To Mr. and Mrs. James Fleischer and Bess Schein, 13405
Gottfurcht (Susan Czeizler of S. Norfolk. Outgoing president ings will participate in the grand
Brooklyn), 18070 Schaefer, a daugh- Yetta Glass will be honored at opening celebration by offering an
American flag set to everyone who
ter, Lisa Hope.
a dinner June 15 at Frank Gag- opens a savings account of $100 or
*
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* *
8 p.m. Tuesday. According to Mrs. 12-by-18-foot state of Michigan flag
May 4—To Mr. and Mrs. David Sam Weiner, president, the host- plus a folder on flag history and
Brown, 3104 Linwood, Royal Oak, esses will be Mesdames Harold etiquette. The grand opening cele-
a daughter, Jodi Kim.
Weiss and Jerry Dale.
bration and flag offer will run
* * *
* * *
through May 15.
May 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Byron
OAK PARK AUXILIARY and
We Erred
H. Weis (Brenda Barak of Detroit) SGT. MORTON A. SILVERMAN
of Chicago, a son, Michael David.
An at-home reception was er-
AUXILIARY entertained the pa-
*
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ard Litt (Karen Mellen), 18617 6 luncheon. Present from Silver- and Mrs. Bernard J. Goldman of
Meyers, a daughter, Tracey man Auxiliary were Mesdames Bess Mount Clemens.
Lynne.
Goldberg, department chairman,
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Sam
Wagner,
and
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Argentine Jewry Launches
Its United Campaign

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — The
United Campaign of Argentine
Jewry launched its 1964 drive with
an impressive meeting attended by
an overflow crowd at the Theater
Hall. Guest speaker at the event
was Arieh Kubovy, Israel's former
ambassador to Argentina and cur-
rently the chairman of Yad Va-
shem.

Ye shall k e e p the Feast of
Weeks (Shavuot) unto the Lord
your God.—Bible

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 15, 1964
34

MISS INESSA ZACKMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Zack-
man of Westhampton Ave., Oak
Park, announce the engagement
of their daughter Inessa to Sam-
uel Abramson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Abramson of Ard-
more Ave,
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Her
fiance is attending Wayne State
University Medical School.
The wedding is planned for Aug.
30.

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NEW YORK, (JTA)—A survey
of archeological discovery in Is-
rael, ranging from prehistoric finds
in the Judean caves to revelations
of Jewish life in Palestine after the
Roman conquest, was presented
here by Prof. Nahman Avigad,
head of the department of arche-
ology of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem.
Prof. Avigad, who is currently a t
visiting professor at Harvard Uni-
versity, spoke to an overflow meet-
ing of over 600 at the Savoy Hilton
Hotel under the auspices of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
The event marked the launching
of a greatly expanded program in
behalf of the Hebrew University
in the New York area. A detailed
program of activities will be pre-
sented at the two-day National
Leadership Conference of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, which will open at the
Sheraton-East Hotel in New York
May 23.

AVI, an organization of Detroit-
ers with children living in Israel,
will meet 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Salinger, 18637 Roselawn. Guests
invited. William Hordes will speak.

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