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November 05, 1965 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-05

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Koufax Takes Swing
at $100,000 Reports

WASHINGTON — "Baseball's
first $100,000 pitcher" is how the
reports have described Sandy
Koufax, the Los Angeles Dodgers'
southpaw ace. But Koufax said he
hasn't even opened negotiations
with the Dodgers and "those pub-
licized salaries are never right,
anyway."
Koufax was here to join other
World Series stars in a filmed
television program designed to dis-
courage dropouts among youths in
the Job Corps.
Koufax said his arthritic pitch-
ing arm felt good enough to pitch
another 10 years.

Stephanie Gail Shapiro
to Wed Michael Cohen

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A June 19 wedding is planned. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Israel Polter, 24261 Kipling. Speak-
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Detroit Socialites will present
Lee Smits, reporter, editor and
WXYZ news commentator, 8 p.m.
Sunday at Cong. Gemiluth Chas-
sodim.
Smits will speak on "Now It
Can Be Told," a subject dealing
(More Clubs Page 19)
humorously with famous and in-
JEWISH WOMEN EUROPEAN famous people. Dancing and re-
WELFARE ORGANIZATION will freshments will follow. The public
hold a luncheon noon Monday at is invited.
Jericho Temple. Proceeds will go

towards a pledged $500 scholar-
ship to the Bar-Ilan University.
The public is invited.
* * *
CLUB 2, Pioneer Women, will
hold a pre-donor meeting noon
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
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leader, Moshe Sharett. Brunch will
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MISS STEPHANIE SHAPIRO
* * *
DETROIT CANCER FIGHTERS,
At a recent family dinner party,
"Since 1927"
Mrs. Ruth Shapiro of Royal Oak City of Hope, has distributed blue
banks to Detroit and suburban
announced the engagement of her
banks as well as to merchants who
daughter Stephanie Gail to Michael will display them until the end
For
Philip Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. of the year.
* * *
Harry F. Cohen of Prairie Ave.
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* * *
GOLDA MELR CHAPTER, Pio-
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Tuesday at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute. Mrs. Max Gladstone and
Mrs. Sam Lupovich will be host-
esses. A rummage sale will be held
Nov. 17.
* * *
VERA BRAMSON CHAPTER,
Women's American ORT, will hold
a games party 12:30 p.m. Nov. 15
at the home of Mrs. Morris Cole-
man, 24600 Seneca, Oak Park.

A. Arnold Agree Heads
Fresh Air Society

The Fresh Air Society board of
directors elected A. Arnold Agree,
president at its first fall meeting.
Vice president
is Mrs. Julian H.
Scott; secretary,
Sol G. Kurtzman;
a n d treasurer,
Harold Weiss.
Agree, a pro-
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tect, was vice
president last
year. His farther
Charles is a past
president of the
Society.
Agree
Nominating committee chair-
man was Irving Posner.

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WJCongress to Campaign
for U. S. Ratification of
Genocide Convention

LONDON (JTA) — The World
Jewish Congress disclosed here
Tuesday it had made a protest to
the West German government
against the rally of Waffen SS
veterans in Rendsburg in North
Germany, last week. The Waffen
SS was a branch of Hitler's Elite
Guard which was in- active service
during World War II.
The WJC said in a message to
West German officials that it felt
"great disquiet" that the federal
government did not take measures
"to prevent this assembly of mem-
bers of the Nazi organization which
took a prominent part in and was
responsible for the murder of mil-
lions of European Jews and the
persecutions in the Nazi horror
camps in the execution of Hitler's
plan for the 'final solution of the
Jewish question'."

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