Abraham J. Cutlers Name the JNF Ronda j. Rubinoff
Wed to Lester Shaw
As Beneficiary of $50,000 Bequest
The Jewish National Fund will
be the beneficiary of . at least
$50,000 through the bequest of a
Detroit couple, Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham J. Cutler.
Ten per cent of the Cutler estate
was allocated for the JNF and is
one of the largest such gifts ever
announced by the Detroit office.
Cutler, '70, a retired jeweler, real
estate man and investor, comes
from a family of active Zionists.
Economic Corp., gave the first
$1,000 for the Cutler JNF gift in
honor of his uncle Samuel's 77th
in addition, Philip's son Aaron
Philip of Los Angeles has estab-
lished a JNF trust fund in honor
of his parents.
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People Make News
DAVID M. BLUMBERG, Knox-
JAMES E. FUNSTON, president
ville, Tenn., insurance executive, of Funston Chevrolet, was named
was elected to his sixth consecu- president of the Greater Detroit
Chevrolet Dealers Association,
tive term as chairman of the Bnai which
includes 34 area Chevrolet
Brith Youth Commission at the dealers. Other officers are H. Ted
commission's annual meeting held Ewald, president of Ewald Chevro-
at Camp Bnai Brith in the Penn- let, Grosse Pointe, vice president;
and William Wink Jr., president of
Wink Chevrolet, secretary - treas- r
Prof. BOAZ SIEGEL became the urer. Outgoing president Stan Em-
first candidate for the new Michi- mert, president of Emmert Chev-
gan Court of Appeals to file his rolet, is advertising chairman.
Mrs. Ida Cutler, long active in
nominating petitions Tuesday from
Zionist organizations, died July 28
Israeli Community Hall
the Wayne County District.
at age 70 .
Mrs. Cutler, 24010
Named for Mrs. Halprin
The Rev. Dr. Bernhard E. Olson,
Park, died soon after announce-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — A com-
prominent Protestant author, re- munity hall named in honor of
ment was made of a bequest by
ceived one of the two 1964 National Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, chairman of
her brother-in-law, A. J. Cutler,
MRS. LESTER SHAW
Mass Media Brotherhood Book the American section of the Jew-
honoring the members of her
A recent ceremony united Ronda Awards of the
family. The bequest named as
ish Agency, was dedicated Monday
beneficiary the Jewish National Jerilyn Rubinoff and Lester Noah National Council
in Batzra Village, near Kfar Saba.
Fund, one of the organizations in Shaw in marriage, with Rabbi M. of Christians and
The settlement, which now has
which Mrs. Cutler was active. She Robert Syme and Cantor Harold Jews for his book
about 200 members, was founded
also belonged to Club One, Pioneer
in 1946 by 40 ex-servicemen from
Parents of the newlyweds are udice," published
Women; Farband, Labor Zionist
the British Army. It takes its name
Mrs. Philip Rubinoff of Mendota by Yale Univer-
Order, and Poale Zion.
from the city of Basra, in Iraq,
where the Palestinians served and
Born in Elizabeth, N.J., she Ave. and the late Mr. Rubinoff, sity Press in
met, at which time they decided to
lived in the Detroit area 40
of Cherrylawn Ave.
form the settlement group.
The bride wore a peau de Award is Mat-
Cultural activities in the settle-
Mrs. Cutler leaves her husband, soie gown with a fitted bodice thew Ahmann,
ment, formerly held in the village
Samuel; a son Aaron Zelig of Oak of Alencon corded lace, three- editor of "Race:
warehouse, will receive a new im-
Park; a daughter, Mrs. Morton quarter length sleeves and lace Challenge to Re-
petus with the additional facilities
R.. (Basha) Schwartz of Denver; panels continuing down the sides
provided by the Rose L. Halprin
three brothers, Louis of Los to a full train. Her headpiece of ligion"
Regnery Co.) , a
Angeles, Edward and Sol Fried- Alencon lace and pearls held an collection of ad-
MR. AND MRS. A. J. CUTLER
Future plans include the addi-
man; four sisters, Mrs. Jennie elbow-length illusion veil.
dresses from the
tion of a club house, buffet, libra-
He is a life member of the Labor Panush of Los Angeles, Mrs. Wil-
She was attended by Marcia
ry and air raid shelter.
Zionist Organization of America liam Edelstein, Mrs. George Levin Cousens as maid of honor and Mrs. First Conference
together with his brother Philip, and Mrs. Lilly Frank; and five Robert Tanner of Cleveland, Mrs. Race, which was held in Chicago
FOR THE BEST IN
who was instrumental in arranging grandchildren.
David Wember and Marcia Zack in December, 1963.
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
the JNF bequest.
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The funds will be used in Is-
Greeting the guests were David
RABBI PHILIP FRANKEL of
Wember, Milton Paige and Carl Congregation Shaarey-Zedek, Lan-
rael to establish a play area and
And His Orchestra
Morton. Marvin Shaw, brother of sing, will represent the Jewish
a forest. Names of the Cutler
the bridegroom, served as best Chautauqua Society as lecturer at
family will be placed on the
pylon representing the state of
After a wedding trip to Florida
Michigan in the John F. Ken-
speak at assembly at 9 a. m. on
nedy Peace Forest.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSION- and Nassau, the couple will reside the subject "The Role of Judasim
on S. Norfolk and resume their
Cutler, 18500 Fairfield, is the AL CHAPTRR will hold its fund- studies at Wayne State University in the Democratic Process."
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son of the late Chaya Toba and raising membership kickoff at an Medical School.
Shlomo Natan Cutler (Kotler), outdoor buffet starting 6:30 p.m.
Joseph L. Hudson Jr., 1964 Torch
prominent Lithuanian rabbi, au- Tuesday at the home of, Estyr Charles Vikser Elected
Drive co-chairman for chapter
Dishell, 18273 Monte Vista. Pro-
thor and lecturer.
campaigns, announced the appoint-
Before he died in Palestine 20 spective members invited. For in-
years ago, Rabbi Cutler served formation, call chairman Lina Arrangements for Kiddush
ident of First Federal Savings of
W. 7 MILE RD.
Sol Nusbaum has been named Detroit, to a third year as chairman
here briefly as acting chief rabbi Burnstein,
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chairman of the committee in of the schools and government
for the ailing Rabbi Jacob Joseph.
Parking in Rear
LOUIS MARSHALL LODGE charge of the weekly kiddush that unit of the drive.
Among the rabbinic works he au-
thored was a volume of collected
responsa now being published by light excursion Aug. 2, with the Bnai Jacob Synagogue, 20470 Hub-
the "post graduate yeshiva" of boat leaving from the foot of bell, near Eight Mile Rd.
At specially set tables, zemirot
Woodward Ave. at 9 p.m., accord-
Jerusalem, Beth Zvul.
are chanted under the leadership
Beth Zvul is another of A. J. ing to Max Kushner, president, of J. Bodzin, and there are learned
program chairman Harry S.
Cutler's philanthropies, besides the and
Cohen. For tickets or information, discussions by Rabbi Isaac Gar-
Hebrew University, Hadassah and call Toby or Jimmie Laker, WE din, J. Borenstein and others.
Technion University. (The latter 3-6800, during the day, or DI 1-1132 Marshall Klaper leads in benshen.
will receive 20 per cent of the Cut- after 7 p.m.
Tickets for the High Holidays
ler estate.) He also is a charter
at Cong. Bnai Jacob already have
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member of Adas Shalom Syna-
MOTOR CITY LODGE President been placed on sale to accommo-
residents in that area.
Ralph Bensman announces its 12th date
At a recent election, Charles
The Lithuanian-born Cutler came annual picnic Aug. 2 at Koepplin-
to this country in 1910, settling in ger Park. Free refreshments will Vikser was elected president;
Detroit five years later. There be provided, along with games for Jacob and Louis Nosanchuk, hon-
orary presidents; Marshall Kla-
were five sisters and four brothers, youngsters.
per, vice president; Sam Rosen-
all of whose names will be in-
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berg, treasurer; Ben Schraub,
scribed on the project, together
GET YOUR CAR TUNED AND YOUR
SCAV (Service Committee for
with the names of Cutler's parents, the Armed Forces and Veterans) recording secretary; Sol Nusbaum,
his son Joseph M. and nieces and will entertain patients at Marine financial secretary; Jay S. Bod-
zin, chairman of the board.
COOLING SYSTEM FLUSHED
Hospital with an outdoor barbecue
Zionist ranks in Detroit long and variety show 1 p.m. Sunday.
35 Campus Leaders at
have had the services of the Cut- Assisting Sol Steinberg, chairman,
ler brothers and sisters. Besides will be Sherman Goldman, Sanford SZO Education Seminar
Abraham and Philip, Samuel is Pliskow, Sam Zieman, Charles
NEW YORK — Thirty-five stu-
active in the labor Zionist move- Goldstein, Jack Erman, Murray dent campus leaders now on vaca-
ment, and his late wife, Ida, be- Krugel, Al Spinner, Murray Maisel, tion from colleges throughout the
longed to Pioneer Women and Ben Lusky, Fred Stocker. and Rob- United States and Canada will
the JNF Auxiliary. Helen Cutler, ert S. Rudman.
"return to school" next month to
the wife of Philip, was an early
attend a special community leader-
active member of the auxiliary
ship training seminar, sponsored
TUNE-UP AND COOLING
and one of the few "Women of
by the Student Zionist Organiza-
SYSTEM FLUSHED .. .
Valor" for Israel Bonds. A sister,
tion, Aug. 6 to 28, at Hechalutz
Most American Cars - Plus Parts
Mrs. Sol (Mollie) Rosengarten, is
Israel Institute, Hightstown, N.J.,
identified with the family inter-
AHAVAS ACHIM MEN'S CLUB William Levine, SZO national di-
est in Israel.
recently elected the following of- rector, announced.
Because of the seminar par-
Abraham Cutler's bequest also ficers: Barney Levine, president;
DON'T FUSS — DON'T CUSS CALL US
was made in the names of his late Morris Skolnick, Max Schrut and ticipants study leadership techni-
brother Yitzhak Aaron, who died Richard Burns, vice presidents; ques, Jewish history, Zionism,
modern Israel and the American
in Europe, and his late sisters and Sam Yucht, treasurer.
Jewish Community, about 1,000
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Miriam, Ada Rebecca, Masha and
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB books dealing with these topics
Leah Matla. Leah was the wife of
Rabbi Leib Kaplan, dean of the will hold its 19th annual picnic at are being brought from the SZO
Chicago rabbinate. Their son Mau- Bob-Lo Island Aug. 9. Boats leave library in New York City to the
rice, prominent New York econo- the foot of Woodward at 10 a.m. New Jersey institute.
mist, president of Starwood Corp. and 11 a.m. Tickets can be ob-
"All the acts of men were
and a director of the Palestine tained at the boat dock, or from
ticket chairman Joseph Gutfreund, dreams at first and became dreams
FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY
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538-5838, and Bernard Dosie, UN again."
— Herzl, Old-New
Friday, July 24, 1964
Mrs. Samuel Cutler
Succumbs at 70
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IF YOU GET STUCK ON IT!