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July 23, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-23

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Judith Kanfer Married
to Lawrence Glazer

MRS. LAWRENCE GLAZER

Judith Ann Kanfer became the
;bride of Lawrence Harold Glazer,
son of Mrs. Ruth Glazer of Third
Ave. and the late Mr. Glazer, in
a July 10 ceremony at the Shera-
ton-Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi Benjamin
Gorrelick and Cantor Harold
Orbach officiated.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kanfer of Pinehurst
Ave., wore a peau de soie gown with
a fitted bodice embellished with
heirloom Venetian lace. Her round
pill box was embroidered with
pearls, and she carried white roses,
Phalaenopsis and Stephanotis.
The bride's sister-in-law, Mrs.
Edward Kanfer, was matron of
honor, and Linda Kirschner was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Marcia Gould, July Kahl, Jackie
Kaplan and Elissa Kass, and Bar-
bara Chandler was junior brides-
maid.
The bride's brother, Edawrd
Kanfer was best man. Ushers in-
cluded Jimmy Parker, Fred Leff,
Howard Nudell, Gerald Kirschner
and Harvey Hollo. Larry Hollo was
junior usher.
After honeymooning in New York
and the Concord, the couple will
live in Bayonne, N.J.

Ross Addresses
Institute, Urges
Million Jobs a Year

Business and government must
cooperate to create a million new
jobs a year between now and 1970,
said Joseph Ross, Davidson Bro-
thers, Inc., (Federal Department
Stores), president, in an ad-
dress to a Rockefeller Foundation
summer institute on economics at
Wayne State University last week.
Ross said he thinks America is
on the threshold of economic
growth "comparable to the most
dynamic eras in our history," and
he pointed to population change
as the "most dominant factor in
our present and future economy.'
He said government would have
to join business to transform "the
economical potential of people units
into the economic reality of con-
sumer units."

Agudah Latin Offices
to Be Set Up in Argentina

'/ SAO PAULO, Brazil
The Agudath Israel World Organi-
zation has decided to establish a
South American headquarters in
Buenos Aires with branches in
other Latin American countries.
The decision was taken at the first
Latin American Agudah Congress
held here under the chairmanship
of Benjamin Citron, member of
the Agudah World executive.
Ground- breaking ceremonies
were held here for a synagogue
building to be erected by the six-
year-old Mekor Haim community
of Egyptian Jews, the largest such
community in South America.

We are healed of a suffering
only by experiencing it to the full.
—Marcel Proust.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 23, 1965-23

Best Hebrew Short Stories Win in World Contest

activities in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Asher (Lois Schecket) have returned to their
home in Atlanta following a visit with her parents, the Jack
Scheckets of Sherman Ave., Oak Park. The Scheckets gave a garden
party for their daughter and son-in-law.
Rabbi and Mrs. Sholem Flam will be honored at . kiddush
m
following services at Cong. Shomrey Emunah Saturday morning.
The kiddush, given by congregation president Isadore Levin and
Mrs. Levin, marks the occasion of the Flams' forthcoming trip
to Israel.
Mrs. Irving Diamond, with her children Barbara and Gary,
is here from their North Hollywood, Calif., home for a visit with
Mrs. Diamond's brothers, Abe and Sam Goren, and their families.
Mrs. Hershel Rosenbaum of Tel Aviv is paying a visit to her
father- and mother-in-law, the William Rosenbaums of Northlawn
Ave., and other members of the Rosenbaum family.
Detroit women attending the 40th anniversary convention of
Pioneer Women, starting Sunday in Philadelphia, are led by Detroit
Council President Mrs. Sam Fisherman; Mrs. Frank Rath, vice presi-
dent of education; and Mrs. Norman Leeman, national board member.
Adele Sternberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. George Sternberg of
Bay City, has been placed on the Dean's List I for her outstanding aca-
demic record last year at Brandeis University. Miss Sternberg is
presently en route to Israel, where she will spend her junior year
studying at the Hebrew University.
Mrs. John Schneider of Stratford Rd. has returned from Mackinac
Island where she has been a house guest of Mrs. G. Mennen Williams.

NEW YORK—Two Hebrew Short
story writers shared a first prize
of $1,000 in a worldwide contest
ez.`ablished by Philadelphia attor-
ney and fomer state senator, Is-
rael Stiefel.
The winners were Joseph Bar-
Yosef for his story "The Snake"
("Hanashah") and Yanetz Ramm-
gal for "Starry Broth" ("Marak
Hacochavim"). Other prizes of
$500 and $250 were awarded. Win-
ning entries were published in Bit-
zaron, the Hebrew monthly pub-
lished in New York.

Judges were Prof. G. A. Chur-
gin of Yeshiva University, Prof.
Abraham Halkin of. the Jewish
Theological Seminary and Prof.
Eisig Silberschlag of Boston He-
brew Teachers College.

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conducted by the Jewish Agency
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