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March 05, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-05

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Detroiters Meet Across the Sea

Mrs. Mildred Jeffrey, director of community relations for the
International UAW and national Democratic committeewoman from
Michigan, meets with Abba Eban (center), deputy premier of Israel
and Rabbi Morris Adler of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, who is chairman of
the UAW Public Review Board. During her recent tour of Israel,
Mrs. Jeffrey observed Israel Bond achievements and visited Histadrut
projects. Rabbi and Mrs. Adler are on an extended stay in Israel
during his sabbatical leave.

irth An 17 0 ti ncem cuts

Feb. 20—To Dr. and Mrs.
George Falk (Sylvia Wolfe), for-
Last Week's Winner of the
mer Detroiters now residing at the
"RASKIN
U.S. Air Force Base in Mountain
Home, Ida., a daughter, Amy Minn.
BIG BABY BONUS"
* * *
MRS. SAMUEL GREENBLATT
Feb. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. David
(8 lbs., 3 oz.)
Congratulations on the birth of your
Frank (Sandra Lee Balaban),
son and we hope the RASKIN
19884 Cranbrook, a daughter, - Car-
you received helped
PRODUCTS
oline Ellen.
make your first week at home
* * *
easier.
RASKIN FOOD CO.
Feb. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Leo-
nard Hammer (Olivia Murav) of
Feb. 27—To Dr. and Mrs. Har- Ardmore Ave., a daughter, Shari
old L. Bienenfeld (Joann Corbin), Lynn.
*
1025 James K., Pontiac, a son,
Feb.
17—To
Mr.
and Mrs. Don-
Joel Craig.
* * *
ald J. Davis (Marcia Kutnick),
Feb. 24—To Dr. and Mrs. Samu- 16140 Kentucky, a son, Jeffrey
el Weiner (Judith Mack), 13136 Avram.
* * *
Winchester, Huntington Woods, a
Feb.
16—To
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
daughter, Julianne.
A. Schwartz (Ellen Schiller), 25155
* * *
Feb. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Southwood, Southfield, a daughter,
ley Moffitt (Marcia Krupp) 19832 Hillary Ann.
Monte Vista, a daughter, Lori Sue.
Feb. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Keith
*
* *
H.
Frank (Karen Mitchell), 19771
Feb. 22—To Dr. and Mrs. Allen
Waldman (Molly Dreilinger) of Cranbrook, a son, Bradley L.
* *
Pontiac, a son, Steven Jeffrey.
Feb. 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
* * *
Feb. 21—To Dr. and Mrs. Bur- A. Miller (Lois Gordon, former.
ton J. Greenberg (Eleanore Rud- ly of Detroit) of Oceanside, N. Y.,
ner, formerly of Detroit) of San a daughter, Julie Suzanne.
Francisco, a son, Michael Law-
Feb. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
rence.
Applebaum (Marcia Carole Lip-
* * *
sky), 23094 Kipling, Oak Park, a
Feb. 20—To Dr. and Mrs. James
daughter, Pamela Ann.
A. Grekin (Jacqueline Beber),
*
*
23061 Kipling, Oak Park, a daught-
Jan. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
er, Susan Alyse.
old Cohen (Estelle Pikulin), 19806
Asbury Park, a daughter, Beth
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To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A.
Goldman, 15221 Pearson, Oak
Park, a son, Michael Edward.
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State Legislature Beverly Sue Malin
Names Albert Lee to li'Iarry New Yorker
Auditor General

Albert Lee, Detroit certified
public accountant, was elected
auditor general last week by the
State Legislature. This was made
possible by a provision in the new
State Constitution which calls for
the legislature to elect an auditor
general for an eight-year term.
Lee is a member of Beth Aaron
Synagogue, Keidan Lodge of Bnai
Brith, the Michi-
g a n Association
of Certified Pub-
1 i c Accountants,
American Insti-
tute of Certified
Public Account-
ants, the Ameri-
c a n Accounting
Association a n d
the National As-
sociation of Ac-
countants. He Lee
served as a secretary and treas-
urer of the Michigan State Board
of Accountancy for four years, hav-
ing been appointed by former Gov.
Williams. He also served on the
state government committee for
special audit procedures, collec-
tions, reporting and disbursements.

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Bloodmobile, Named
for Vice President,
Destined for Israel

NEW YORK—The first of a
fleet of bloodmobiles, destined for
the Israel Red Cross service, will
be dedicated at a ceremony 3 p.m.
Sunday at Times Square.
Present will be Vice President
and Mrs. Hubert Humphrey, in
whose honor the vehicle has been
given by the Woman's Division of
American Red Mogen David for
Israel, the support wing of Mogen
David Adorn, the Red Cross serv-
ice of Israel.
The bloodmobile, manufactured
by General Motors in accordance
with specifications provided by
Mogen David Adorn, is one of six
such vehicles to be provided by
the American Red Mogen David
for Israel.
The big, $12,000 bloodmobile is
a laboratory on wheels, able to
take, store and transport blood to
any part of Israel.
Mogen David Adorn, the count-
erpart of the American Red Cross,
maintains the only ambulance and
blood service in Israel. The presi-
dent is Mrs. Vera Weizmann, wife
of the first president of Israel,
Dr. Chaim Weizmann.



Jewish Immigrant Gives
Historic Washington
Letter to West Point

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Reclama-
tion work for a new settlement op-
posite the Jordan border, near the
Little Triangle, was started Sunday
as the first of five such outposts
in a Jewish National Fund four-
year plan.
The JNF plans to invest 120,000,-
000 pounds ($40,000,000) for the pro-
ject which will include land re-
clamation and expansion of the
present Korazim northern area out-
post and other development pro-
jects there.
At the same time, reclamation
was underway in the southern de-
velopment region here by the JNF
on 80,000 dunams (20,000 acres) to
be reclaimed in the next four
years. As part of the plan 300 miles
of roads are to be built and 20,-
000,000 trees planted.

MISS BEVERLY MALIN

4- ***********************

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Alalin of
Lichfield Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bev-
erly Sue to William A. Levy, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Levy of
New Rochelle, N. Y.
Miss Malin attended Michigan
State University and is a gradu- •
ate of Wayne State University.
Mr. Le1,5,, is a graduate of Lafay-
ette College and Cornell Univer-
sity.
A June wedding is planned.

WEST POINT, N.Y. (JTA) — A
prominent Pennsylvania Jew, who
was described as "one of the
greatest collectors of Washington
manuscripts in the United States,"
has presented a letter written by
Washington from his West Point
headquarters in 1779, to the
library of the United States Mili-
tary Academy.
The donor, Sol. Feinstone, of
Washington's Crossing, Pa., pre-
sented the letter in ceremonies
to Gen. James B. Lampert, super-
intendent of the academy.
Born in Lida, Lithuania, Fein-
stone came to the United States in
1902 and worked in a garment
shop on Manhattan's Lower East
Side. After succeeding in various
fields of technology and business,
Feinstone devoted his full time to
American history and amassed
the famous collection of Washing-
ton documents.

`Jews in Rome' Pamphlet
Issued by Italian Govt.

ROME (JTA)—A pamphlet "The
Jews of Rome," with a photograph
of the Great Synagogue on the
front page, was published here by
the Governmental Pro v in c i al
Board for Tourism in Rome.
Illustrated with color photo-
graphs and with a narrative de-
scription of monuments of Jewish
interest in this city, the brochure,
in Italian, contains a brief history
of the Jewish presence in Rome
during 22 centuries and the vari-
ous events culminating in the tear-
ing down of the ghetto gates in
1870 and the Nazi persecutions
during the Second World War.
A separate section is devoted to
Jewish cultural life in Rome and
to Jewish holidays. The booklet,
which was prepared with the co-
operation of the Rome Jewish
community, will also be printed in
English and other foreign lan-
guages in the next few months.

Parents Without Partners
to View 'Intermarriage'

Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick of
Cong. Beth Aaron will speak on
"Intermarriage" at a meeting of
Parents Without Partners 8:30 ,
p.m. Tuesday in the Jewish Cen-
ter.
Coffee and socializing will fol-
low.

The Jewish community of Po-
land, which dates back to the
11th Century, today numbers some
30,000 persons, about half of whom
live in the city of Wroclaw with
sizable conununities in Warsaw.
Lodz, Krakow and Szczecin.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, March 5, 1965

Reclamation Work Begun
on Settlement Near Jordan

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