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June 12, 1964 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-12

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12

Koufax Again
Sets a Record

A Weekly Column for Beginners

presented by

THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE
ADVANCEMENT OF HEBREW CULTURE

and the

AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION

Editor: DR. SHLOMO KODESH

A LETTER TO MY BROTHER

I wrote a letter to my brother:—
"Peace be with you, my dear
brother,
How are you? How is the family?
How is your work?
Why don'• you write?
I am waiting for a letter from you.
With us, everything is all right.
We are well and are working.
We invite you to come to us
for the Passover Holiday."
My brother received the letter.
My brother was very pleased
(happy).
He wrote me too,
a nice letter in Hebrew.
He wrote as follows:—
"Thank you for the invitation,
but I am very sorry,
I cannot come.
Shalom, and happy Holidays.'

we invite
you
Passover Holiday
he was pleased
(haP133)
he wrote
invitation
I am sorry

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UN Body to Consider
Israel Science Institute

executive
PARIS (JTA)—The
council of the United Nations
Educational, Scientific and Cult-
ural Organization will shortly con-
sider a project providing for the
establishment of a UNESCO Insti-
tute of Science in Israel, it was
disclosed here by Dr. Moshe
Avidar, director-general of the
Jewish Agency in Israel and
Israel's delegate on the UNESCO
executive council.

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Announcements

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SANDY KOUFAX

BRYAN WELLS DOUG ROSS

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When Sandy Koufax pitched his
third no-hitter in the major leagues
on June 4, he became the fourth
pitcher in major league history to
throw three no-hitters, Bob Feller,
Cy Young and Lawrence Corcoran
having earned those records before
him.
Koufax, 29, pitching the 3-0 game
June 4 for Los Angeles against
Philadelphia, struck out 12 batters,
hitting the 10 or more mark for
the 54th time in his career. The
record was shared by Feller and
Rube Wadell for 53 games.

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CINCINNATI (JTA)—In sepa-
June 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Last Week's Winner of the
Zales (Brenda Belinsky), 23561 rate but almost coincidental elec-
Geoffrey Ct., Oak Park, a daugh- tions, Cincinnati's two central
"RASKIN
Jewish agencies responsible for
ter. Hilary Anne.
fund-raising, budgeting and social
* * *
BIG BABY BONUS"
June 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert planning have chosen new presi-
MRS. ARTHUR WOLL
(8 lbs., 6 oz.)
Shapiro (Maureen Pack), 4016 W. dents, officers and board members.
James L,. Magrish is the new
13 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, a daughter,
Congratulations on the birth of your
son and we hope the RASKIN
president of the Jewish Welfare
Sandra Ellen.
you received helped
PRODUCTS
* * *
Board, central fund-raising body
make your first week at home easier.
June 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel for more than 40 local, national
RASKIN FOOD CO.
Redstone (Beatrice Makower of and overseas beneficiaries. A.
New York), 24121 Stratford, Oak Marcus Levy becomes the next
and
Mrs.
James
June 6—To Mr.
president of Associated Jewish
Park, a son, Michael Gabriel.
A. Hack (Eleanor Miller) of 21705
* * *
Agencies, central planning group
Stratford Ct., Oak Park, a daugh-
June 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen for eight Cincinnati Jewish health
ter, Danielle Lisa.
Cohen (Barbara Schechter) of. Cool- and welfare agencies.
idge Hwy., Oak Park, a daughter,
Recommended by Physicians
Debrah Francine.
Israel Congratulates
* * *
June 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Richard India Premier, Seeks
Rosenthal, 18421 Stansbury, a Full Diplomatic Ties
daughter, Amy Michelle.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
* * *
Expert Mohel
Serving Hospitals and Homes
JERUSALEM — The hope that
May
25—To
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Jerome
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LI 1-9769
L. Vikser (Judith Stein), 20473 India would establish _full diplo-
Hubbell, a daughter, Brette Eliza- matic relations with Israel was ex-
pressed Tuesday by acting Premier
beth.
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
*
*
Abba Eban in a congratulatory mes-
RABBI
May 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel sage to Lal Bahadur Shastri, the
Katz (Sharon Sanders), 18434 Rose- new premier of India.
Eban suggested that action as one
lawn, a daughter, Monica Gay.
* * *
"reflecting the links of friendship
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May 22.— To Dr. and Mrs. Stuart between our two countries."
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Fenton (Rayline Abrams), a son,

■■■
Douglas Scott.
Grossinger Really Swings
* * *
With Altered Golf Course
REV. GOLDMAN L.
May 19—To Dr. and Mrs. Joel L.
Changes have been made at the
Dunsky (Patricia Freeman of Bos- Grossinger Country Club, Gros-
ton), Fort Dix, N.J., formerly of singer, N.Y., to make the 18-hole
MOHEL
Detroit, a daughter, Cynthia Susan. championship golf course more in-
* *
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
teresting and enjoyable.
May
18—To
Mr.
and Mrs. Robert
DI 1-9909
Two holes, the eighth and ninth,
M. Stein (Sharon Dee Gaines), have
been eliminated in order to
17325 Meyers, a daughter, Sheree open a new driving range. In their
Renee.
place, two new holes, the sixth
RABBI CHASKEL
* * *
May 7—To Dr. and Mrs. William and seventh, have been added.
GRUBNER
H. Sriro, 872 S. 38th St., Lincoln, Both are par fours.
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
The sixth, 412 yards, is a sharp
Neb., a son, Andrew Jan.
Recommended by Physicians
dogleg
to the right. The seventh
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 360 yards, is a slight dogleg to
3298 Sturtevant TU 3-1441
Friday, June 12, 1964
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lished here t o d a y. The survey
found - that currently Israel has
one doctor for 436 residents which
is double the proportion in Eur-
ope and North America.
The survey criticized the dis-
tribution of - physicians in Israel,
asserting that there are three times
as many doctors in towns and cities
as in villages.

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Annual consecration service of
Cong. Saai David will take place
on June 14. A home reception will
be held that afternoon for the
following Bnai David consecrant:
DEBORAH LYNN S H A Y N E,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney L. Shayne, 2460 Sussex, Oak
Park, 2-5 p.m.

Surplus of Physicians
Seen in Israel by 1970

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Set for Consecrant

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and maintenance. Husband can continue outside employment.
Wife to take charge of family residence and work closely with
agency social workers.

Contact: DAVID GOLDBERG, Supervisor, Jewish Family and
Children's Service, 10801 Curtis, Detroit 21, Mich. DI 1-5959.

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