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June 19, 1964 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-19

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Elizabeth Oseff Wed
to Arthur Kamlet



A floor-length gown of peau de
soie with fitted bodice of Alencon
lace was worn by Elizabeth Oseff
for her marriage to Arthur S. Kam-
let Sunday, at Temple Israel.
After honeymooning in the Catskill
Mountains and New York, the new-
lyweds will live in Ann Arbor.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Oseff of Northfield
Ave., Oak Park. Her husband is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kam-
let of Brooklyn, N. Y.

French Jews to Open
3 Secondary Schools for
N. African Refugees

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

PARIS—The Alliance Israelite
Universelle has decided to open
three Jewish secondary schools in
major provincial centers where a
large influx of North African
Jewish refugees has taken place,
it was announced here at the or-
ganization's annual conference.
The new schools will comprise
part of the Alliance plan to pro-
vide France with a closely knit
network of Jewish institutions of

The three new secondary schools,
which will be located in Nice,
Marseilles and Lyons, will begin
operation in time for the forth-
coming school term.
In a report on the international
activities of the organization, it
was noted that the largest number
of schools operated by Alliance
are located in Morocco where 52
Alliance schools serve more than
13,000 students.
There are 15 Alliance schools in
Iran with 6,000 students and other
schools in Israel, Tunisia and
The more than 200 delegates at
the conference under the chair-
manship of Rene Cassin approved
the organization's plans and heard
number of reports n ties with
jet her Jewish bodies.

Wolf-Ruskin Vows
Set for November


Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolf, 21821
Parklawn, Oak Park, announce the
engagement of their daughter
Sheila Gale to Arnold Alvin Rus-
kin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ruskin, 18668 MonteVista.
A November wedding is planned.

activities in Society

Marilyn Kay Grossman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Sol C. Grossman
of Shrewsbury Rd., recently departed for London where she will work
for the summer at the Hampstead Nursery School and Clinic under
the supervision of Anna Freud, daughter of the late psychoanalyst
Sigmund Freud. Miss Grossman will return in the fall to complete her
graduate work at the University of Chicago School of Social Service
Eleven members of the Detroit general agency of the Massachu-
setts Mutual Life Insurance Company, headed by Ruben Gold, are
attending the company's Leaders Club Conference, June 22-24, at
Queen Elizabeth Hotel, in Montreal.
Those attending are: Ruben Gold, Joseph F. Hirsch, Girard Mar-
cozzi, Jack G. Mastantuono, Seymour M. Rosenwasser, Donald W. Runde,
Paul L. Sherizen, Morris L. Silverman, Melvin Weisz, Arthur D. Disner,
Andy Farkas.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore E. Malin and daughters Beverly, Linda and
Elaine, who recently moved into their new home at 20027 Lichfield,
will celebrate Beverly's graduation from Wayne State University with
an open house 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Lawrence Grosberg, son of former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. David
Grosberg of San Carlos, Calif., will attend Cambridge University this
summer, having been chosen from the 24 tap-ranking students of the
University of Southern California. He also was elected president of
Delta Phi Epsilon international reliations fraternity , and senator from
the school of international relations.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Spilman of Stratford Ave., Southfield, have left
on an extended trip to Israel and Europe. Mrs. Spilman was honored at
luncheons given by Fannie Gluck Chapter, Mizrachi Women, and by
the Bnai David Sisterhood Study Group.
Earl T. Hecker, D.O., was graduated from Chicago College of
Osteopathy at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, Chicago. Graduation exeY-
cises and other events were attended by his wife Elaine, her mother,
Mrs. Dolly Harnick and sister Marlene of Detroit. Other guests from the
area included Mr. and Mrs: Jack Cohen of Oak Park; Mrs. Morris Baker,
Joe Wolf of Oak Park and Mr. and Mrs. H. Hecker.
Two Detroit students about to leave for a year in Israel are Stephen
Cooper, son of Mrs. Mollie Cooper, 25183 Southfield Dr., Southfield, and
Stanley Rosenbaum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosenbaum, 18264 San
Juan. They will be among 30 American and Canadian college graduate
and undergraduate students participating in the new Student Zionist
Organization's "Year Program in Israel." Mr. Rosenbaum is a graduate
of the University of Michigan; Mr. Cooper, a student at Brandeis Uni-
Cadet Joel Alpert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alpert of Prevost
Ave., and Cadet Roy Greenberg, son of the Russell Greenbergs of
Scotia Ave., Huntington Woods, were cited for excellence at special
cermonies of the Roosevelt Military Academy, Aledo, Ill. Cadet Alpert,
a senior, received an award for excellence in academics, military, crack
squad and concert band and was promoted to cadet master sergeant.
Cadet Greenberg, a sophomore, was honored for excellence in concert
Dr. Mathew Borovoy, 25725 Coolidge, Oak Park, was in Toronto
last week for the annual conention of Rotary International. Rotarians
and their families represented 51 countries. Dr. Borovoy is past presi-
dent of the Rotary Club of Oak Park. •
Dr. Melvin Stewart Rosen, who received his degree in medicine
at Wayne State University, Thursday, and his wife' Ellen, will leave
for California, where he is to begin his internship at Highland Alameda
County Hospital. Dr. Rosen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Rosen,
15050 Dartmouth, Oak Park.
Miss Alyssa Kahn, president of Chi Chapter, Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority, will attend the 22nd biennial national convention of the
sorority in North Hollywood, Calif., next week. Miss Kahn, the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Kopel Kahn of Wellesley Dr., and Miss Nancy
Spector, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Spector of Glenco, Ill., will rep-
resent the University of Michigan chapter at the convention.
Karen Steinman, 2255 Southwood, Muskegon, has been elected
president of the class of 1966 at Yeshiva University's Stern College
for Women. Miss Steinman is majoring in English.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feuer, 23501 Kenosha, Oak Park, attended
the recent graduation of their son Marshall from Marquette Dental
School in Milwaukee.

United Hias Service Honors Eleven Leaders
of Jewish Migration During the Past 80 Years

NEW YORK (JTA) — Eleven
men who have made significant
contributions in the field of Jew-
ish migration during the past
eight decades were honored in the
Essex House Hotel at the 80th
anniversary dinner of United
.Hias Service.
The event was held in behalf of
the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York. More than 250
Jewish community leaders attend-
ed the dinner and announced gifts
totaling $750,000 to UJA's 1964
campaign. United Hias Service
is a beneficiary of the UJA cam-
The honored guests, four of
whom were saluted posthumously,
were cited by Daniel G. Ross, the
dinner chairman, for providing
the "unswerving leadership that
enabled United Hias Service and
its predecessor agencies to aid
more than 3,000,000 migrants over
the past 80 years."
Those cited included the late
John L. Bernstein, a president of
the former Hias; Walter H. Bie-
ringer, a president of the former
USNA; the late Abner Bregman,
a past president of United Hias

Service; Murray Gurfein, president
of United Hias Service, and the
late Abraham Herman, a president
of the former Hias.
Others were Carlos L. Israels, a
past president of United Hias
Service; Ben Touster, a president
of the former Hias and a past pres-
ident of United Hias Service; Ed-
ward M. Warburg, chairman of
the JDC; Edwin Rosenberg, a
president of the former USNA;
William Rosenwald, president of
the former National Refugee Serv-
ice, a predecessor of USNA; and
the late Samuel Telsey, a presi-
dent of the former Hias.

Israeli sports authorities have
decided to align the country
with the Asian sports block in
the future. Israel will join
Asian federations, and will com-
pete primarily in that area.
The reason is twofold: geo-
graphy, and because Israel, a
young nation, is on a more even
sports level with Asian nations
than European countries.

Friday, June 19, 1964

Israel Conducts
Huge War Games

Susan Kay Marshall
to Wed Paul Adelson

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV — Israel's biggest
war exercises proceeded at top
speed Tuesday in Southern Israel
with armored units piercing the
"enemy lines" during the night
and speeding toward targets deep
in "enemy territory."
The air force provided close
support for the armored units as
they ran into points of resistance
and overcame "enemy" armor.
Paratroops were dropped deep be-
hind the "enemy lines" to bar
"enemy reinforcements."
Self-propelled guns also were
used in the huge maneuvers laying
down a 'barrage of fire. Stress was
being placed on combined opera-
tions of the infantry armor, the
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall of
air force and paratroop units.
Birwood Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Kay to Paul Allen Adelson, son of
New Zim Freighter
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adelson of
'Launched', but Strike Church St., Oak Park.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Keeps It in Italy Port the University of Michigan College
Zim's new of Education. The prospective
freighter "Avdat" was symbolically bridegroom is a graduate of the
launched Monday in Castellamare Detroit Institute of Technology.
di Stabi, a port near Naples. The
A December wedding is planned.
freighter was built for Zim by an
Italian construction company,
"Navalmeccanica," w h i c h also
built Avdat's sister ship "Ein
"Music At Its Best
The launching was symbolic be-
For Your Guests"
cause of a shipyard workers' strike
which is scheduled to end Monday,
thus delaying Avdat's sailing for a
few days.
The launching ceremony was
carried out by Mrs. Sara Hammer,
Identifying name stamp kits in-
of Brooklyn, wife of Gottlieb Ham-
cluding permanent laundry ink for
personal belongings and school sup-
mer, president of the Zim Israel
plies furnished immediately.
Navagation Co. in New York. At-
tending the ceremony were Dr.
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Wydra, head of the Zim line who
praised the Italian company which ***********************+
built the vessel, and Signor Nardi,
president of Navalmeccanica, who
thanked Zim for commissioning
"A v d a t" and "Ein Gedi." The
Naples district commissioner and
other authorities were also present
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at the ceremony.


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