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July 09, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-09

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$33,500 in Israel Bonds Is Subscribed

at Shaarit Haplaytah Israel Dinner

Brevities

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the USO dance program. There is
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age or older to serve as chaperones
and as information desk reception-
ists. The USO furnishes dance
hostesses for the Saturday night
dances at the USO. For further in-
formation call the USO 962-5044.

*

At the third annual Shaarit Haplaytah Israel dinner dance, on
behalf of Israel Bonds June 27, are (from left) seated, Steve Oliwek,
Martin Water, Abraham Weberman, Mrs. Sonia Popowski, Rabbi
Charles. Rosenzveig, president, and Martin Rose, dinner chairman;
standing, Ben Kawer, Jack Lipton, Jack Wacksberg, guest star Emil
Cohen; Arnold Einhorn, Simon Schwartzberg, Abraham Milew-
ski and Louis E. Levitan, Israel Bond director. A total of 533,500
in Israel Bond subscriptions was announced, bringing the total
Shaarit Haplaytah purchases up to 5100,000. Special scrolls of honor
in recognition of dedication to Israel and the Israel Bond cause
were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freedman, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin
Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klahr, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Klein,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oliwek, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Popowski, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rose and Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Weberman.

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July 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Saltzman (Susan Rubin), former
Detroiters now of San Francisco,
a son, David.
* * *
July 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Dickstein (Shari Sachs),
15334 James, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Carri Ellen.
* * *
June 30—To Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Schlafer (Myrna Silverfarb),
21305 Potomac, Southfield, a dau-
ghter, Jill Sherry.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, July 9, 1965

0 Uncements

June 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Goldman, 19533 Hardy, Li-
vonia, a daughter, Jacquelyn Sar-
ah.
* * *
June 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey L. Gotliffe (nee Rochelle Hall),
a daughter, Amy Beth.
* *
June 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Wolfson, 19060 Magnolia, South
field, a son, Lawrence Craig.
• * *
June 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin H. Weintraub (Denise Horo-
witz), 16229 Schaefer, a daughter,
Alisa Ann.
* * *
June 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vin Schwartz (Joan Feldman),
20015 Trinity, a son, Steven Joel.
• * *
June 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
don B. Cutler (Iris F. Erlich) of
Mayfield Heights, 0., formerly of
Detroit, a son, David Matthew.
* * *
June 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Bur-
ton Roth (Laura Silverman). 19747
Meyers, a son, Jeffrey Marc.
* * *
June 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Nemer (Gail Steffin), 17555 Adri-
an, Southfield, a daughter, Kelly
Brook.
* * *

June 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Laur-
ence Wittenberg (Eileen S. Stew-
art, formerly of Southfield), of
Toledo, a son, Mark Ian.
* * *
June 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Stein (Marion Novominsky), 31969
Pembroke, Livonia, a daughter,
Debra Beth.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Trosch
(Laura .Faber), 1 6147 Hilton,
Southfield, a daughter, Stacey
Faith.
* *
To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. Dis-
kin (Arlene Sue Dorfman), 22110
Morton, Oak Park, _a son, Michael
Jay.

WJC Parley in Strasbourg

Major issues confronting Jewry
today will occupy the attention of
100 of the world's top Jewish lead-
ers at a five-day session of the
World Jewish Congress in Stras-
bourg, France, beginning Sunday,
Samuel Bronfman, WJC vice presi-
dent, stated in New York.

* *

Across the State of Michigan
thousands of families are joining
in a campaign initiated by CROP
to provide freedom from hunger
for persons in food-short areas of
the world. The new approach, ac-
cording to the director of Michi-
gan CROP, Russell Hartzler, is
called SHARE-A-LOAF.
* * *

"Religion, Revolution, and Rit-
ual" is the title of a lecture by
MILTON COVENSKY, to be given
Wednesday, at 8:30, in the Rack-
ham Educational Memorial Audi-
torium.
• * *

The Jewish Center for the United
Nations announced the appoint-
ment of Jack N. Berkman,
. „ president of Rust-
Craft Broadcast-
ing Co., to
the post of na-
tional chairman
of the Jewish
Center for the
United Nations.
Senators J a c'o b
K. Javits and
Abraham Ribicoff
made the an-
nouncement in
Washington, D.
C. and were join-
ed in New York
City by Arthur
Belfer, gener-
al chairman of
the Jewish Cen-
ter for the Unit-
Berkman
ed Nations, a n d
Milton Freund, president of the
Sutton Place Synagogue, under
whose initiative the Center will
be erected. Arthur J. Goldberg, as-
sociate justice of t h e Supreme
Court of the United States, is hon-
orary chairman of the Jewish Cen-
ter for the United Nations.
* * *

Mrs. Gellhorn's Guide to the Middle East Due Soon

"McKay's Guide to the Middle
East" by Eleanor Cowles Gellhorn
will be published July 23 by David
McKay Co.
This definitive guide describes
everything of interest from the
Roman ruins, crusaders' castles,
ancient temples, caravan routes,
biblical sites of the Holy Land, to
modern Israel, the beaches of .Al-
exandria, and the sophistications
of Cairo.
The areas covered are Egypt,
Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Leba-
non, Syria, and the Arabian
Peninsula, including Saudi Arabia,
Kuwait, Neutral Zones, Island of
Bahrein, Qalar Peninsula, Trucial
Coast States, Sultanate of Muscat
and Oman, Aden, Federation of
South Arabia and Yemen Arab
Republic.

Eleanor Cowles Gellhorn was
born in Springfield, Mass. With
her husband George Gellhorn, Jr.,
an international business execu-
tive, she has traveled extensively
for the past 30 years through Lat-
in America, Europe, Africa, Aus-
trailia, the Orient and the Middle
East.
M.rs. Gellhorn has written two
previous guide books for McKay.

DR. GIANFRANCO TEDESCHI,
a prominent Jewish psychiatrist,
was elected president of the Rome
Jewish community. Dr. Te-deschi,
40, succeded Dr. Fausto Pitigliani,
who resigned.

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Firemen are preparing their
43rd annual Detroit Firemen's
FIELD DAY, to take place at
Tiger Stadium Sunday, Aug. 22.
Clowns, baseball, aerial acts, music
by two well known entertainers
and a giant fireworks display will
climax the evening. Tickets can be
purchased from any Detroit fire-
men or at any Detroit fire station.

Israel Invites Minister
From Bonn to Visit

BONN (JTA) — West German
Refugee Minister Ernst Lemmer
was reported to be the first Ger-
man minister to receive an of-
ficial invitation from the Israel
Government to visit Israel. The
minister was understood to have
accepted the invitation and will
visit Israel at the end of next No-
vember.
Dr. Lemmer is known for his
pro-Israel attitude and for his
active role for establishment of
diplomatic relations with Israel
during the past year.

.
JNF-Directors Listed

The name-s- _of Arthur James
Rubiner and JuCte s John M. Wise
were erroneously Milted from
the list of Jewish NatibIW Fund
directors published July
The JNF office, which male
the announcement, will be closed-
Sundays during the months of I
July and August.

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