$90,300 in. Israel Bond Sales Announced Cincinnati Law School Names Wing
at Detroit Pioneer Women's Luncheon for Late Judge Robert Marx of Detroit
At the Detroit Pioneer Women's Israel Bond award luncheon
which resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions, totaling $90,300, are
(from left) Mesdames Norman Leemon, arrangements chairman;
Norman Kanter, luncheon chairman; Alex Schreier, Israel Bond
chairman; Jack Gosman, Israel Bond co-chairman, and Milton Weiss,
Pioneer Women's Council president, with Comedian Shelley Berman
(center), who was presented with an award for his efforts on be-
half of Israel. The luncheon also honored six Pioneer Women of
Valor, including: Mesdames Jack Berent, Tom Borman, Philip Helf-
man, Rachel Kurtzman, Charles Milan and Morris L. Schaver, each of
whom was responsible for the sale or purchase of $100,000 or more
in Israel Bonds. Guest speaker at the affair, held at Adas Shalom,
which was attended by nearly 400 women, was Israel Consul General
Jacob Barmore. Guest vocalist was Hanna Aharoni of Israel. Shelley
Berman was appearing at the Elmwood Casino.
Detroit attorney Lawrence I.
Levi will represent the trustees of
the Robert S. Marx Testamentary
Trust at dedication ceremonies of
the new $500,000 Marx Law Li-
brary at the University of Cin-
Levi and the late Judge Marx
were partners in the Detroit firm
of Marx, Levi, Thill, Wiseman and
Notables who will participate in
the 10 a.m. services Saturday are
led by U.S. Chief Justice Earl
The famed trial lawyer Rob-
ert S. Marx first met Levi in
1924 when the elder man was
judging an oratorical contest in
a Cincinnati high school. Levi
won the contest, and Marx told
the young orator if he ever de-
cided to become a lawyer to call
him. In 1931—seven years later
—Levi took Marx up on the
offer. In 1938 the two men came
to Detroit where they estab-
lished the law firm.
The new library, a four-story
addition to the Alphonso Taft Hall
of the University's College of Law,
is completely financed by the
Although Judge Marx made no
specific bequests for the new ad-
dition, the trustees, all close
friends, were cognizant of his per-
April 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Aza- sonal interest in the university's
Last Week's Winner of the
rick Argaman (Ora Kutnick) of law college.
Kibbutz Urim, Israel, a daughter,
Judge Marx, who left an estate
H a ggit
in excess of $4,000,000, graduated
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from the University of Cincin-
April 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Her- nati's college of law and was ad-
MRS. MEYER MARGOLIS
(7 lbs., 10 oz.)
bert L. Cohen (Cecile Galer), mitted to the Ohio bar in 1910. A
Congratulations on the birth of your
21432 Buttercrest, Southfield, a good friend of the late President
son and we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
daughter, Wendy Michelle.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, he received
make your first week at home
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nationwide recognition in 1933
To Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen during the bank crisis. He was
RASKIN FOOD CO.
(Roslynn Arlene Winer), 20293 appointed by the comptroller of
May 3-7-To Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Annchester, a son, Michael Elliott. the Currency of the U.S. as at-
ris Sherman (Sandra Herman),
22152 Hessel, a daughter, Beth
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April 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
bert Lipson (Eve Weinhaus), 13252
Louis Berry, nationally promi- largest university under Jewish
N. Norfolk, a son, Jeffrey David.
nent hotel magnate and one of De- auspices, and which has a student
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troit's communal leaders, has been body of 6,000 from all over the
April 26 — To Dr. and Mrs. named dinner chairman of the country, and many from foreign
Conrad R. Pearl (Barbara Weiner),
eighth annual lands, who upon graduating bene-
18818 Hillcrest, Livonia, a daugh-
dinner of the De- fit all Jewish communities, I have
ter, Jill Denise .
troit Friends of accepted the chairmanship with
Yeshiva Univer- pleasure and pride in the hope
April 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Man-
sity, to be held that we in Detroit will continue to
del Chudnow (Toby Stein), 24080
6:30 p.m.June 2, support Yeshiva University's great
Majestic, Oak Park, a son, Evan
at the Sheraton- work as we have so generously
done in the past."
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Members of the executive com-
April 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
ment was made mittee, of which Nathan I. Goldin
Roger Boesky (Marilyn Pearlman),
by Abraham Bor- is chairman, are; Morris J. Brand-
man, a member wine, Jack Bushkin, Reubin Dub-
22220 Twyckingham, Southfield, a
of the board of
son, Keith David.
rinsky, Rabbi Hayim Donin, Louis
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trustees of Ye-
I. Elliman, Nathan Freedland, Dr.
April 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
Jacob E. Goldman, Rabbi James I.
G. Raitt (Nancy Schulman), 25681
Gordon, Louis Hamberger, Joseph
Briar, Oak Park, a daughter,
Holtzman, Morris Karbal, Daniel
A. Laven, Julius Rotenberg, Max
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Stollman, Hyman Lipsitz,
Other officers of the Detroit
April 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
Philip Ash, Samuel Berger, Rob-
ard P. Sutkin (Rosara Wine), 4118
ert Brody, Joseph D. Feldman, Jo-
W. 13 Mile Rd., Royal Oak, a
E. Lurie, co-chairmen; David Gold- seph Frenkel, Joseph Gendelman,
William A. Genser, Irwin Green,
berg, treasurer, and Benjamin
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Jack Greisman, Samuel Hechtman,
April 19 — To Mr. and Mrs. Da-
Joseph Lee, Morris Ben Lewis, Al-
Honorary chairmen of the De- fred A. May, Max Osnos, David
vid Kirsch (Ellen Ruth Shapiro),
1119 Farnum, Royal Oak, a daugh- troit Friends of Yeshiva Univer- Pollack, David Rosen, Robert Ros-
sity are: Frank Angelo, Tom Bor- enthal, Philip Stollman, Jack
ter, Lisa Beth.
man, Max M. Fisher, Judge Nathan Sylvan, Lew Wisper and Paul
J. Kaufman, Harvey Patton and Zuckerman.
Recommended by Physicians
Berry, a former chairman of
the Allied Jewish Campaign, now
president of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, has been active in Detroit
Serving Hospitals and Homes
civic and philanthropic endeavors
LI 2 4444
LI 1 9769
for many years.
torney for the receiver of the First
National Bank of Detroit and the
Guardian National Bank of Com-
Judge of the Superior Court of
Cincinnati, he was awarded the
Distinguished Service Cross in
World War I, founded the Dis-
abled American Veterans and was
its first national commander. He
died at age 71 in 1960 at his
summer home in Charlevoix.
The other trustees of the Rob-
ert S. Marx Testamentary Trust
are Samuel Huttenbauer Sr. of
Cincinnati, Howard Kaichen, and
Hugh A. White, both of Detroit.
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has a rather novel aspect to it
which I hope and know will prove
profitable to Yeshiva University.
The entire cost of the dinner will
be underwritten by David Gold-
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birthday. Which means that 100
per cent of the dinner proceeds
will go to Yeshivah University's
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80th year, is America's oldest and
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