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January 28, 1966 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-28

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Beth Nehama Project Acclaimed,
Boost Objective to $100,000 Goal

Hearty responses to the Beth
Nehama building project in Israel
brought such prompt responses at
the luncheon inaugurating the
campaign, Monday at the Pontchar-
train Hotel, that the goal was
boosted to $100,000. The original
plan was to erect a children's
home at Rishon LeZion for $60,000,
but with $43,750 announced raised
at the luncheon, Louis Boyar of
Los Angeles, honorary chairman
of the project, and Mrs. Norman I.
Leemon, who presided, told of the
enlarged objective.
Nationally prominent personal-
ities and an Israeli leader joined
in honoring Mrs. Schaver, who an-
nounced that her personal gift to-
wards the $100,000 goal will be
$10,000 in memory of her grand-
mother, Nehama, "and all other
Nehamas that preceded her in the
family."
In addition to Boyar, speak-

ers at the luncheon included
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlich, Helen
Gahagan Douglas, popular act-
ress and former Congresswom-
an from California, and Sho-
shana Hareli, president of the
Council of Women's Organiza-
tions in Israel.

Boyar told of plans in 15 other
U.S. cities • to build children's
homes in Israel, similar to the one
that will honor Mrs. Schaver. He
commended the Detroit women for
inaugurating this great •program of
aid to little children from under-
developed countries who are to be
better integrated into Israel. In
these homes, he said, mothers as
well as their children will receive
proper training for their new life
in Israel.
Mrs. Ehrlich cited Mrs. Schaver
for her numerous gifts to the De-
troit community and for the im-
portant role she has played in her
own right through the years and
together with her husband, the
late Morris Schaver.

Mrs. Douglas, who had played
an important role in behalf of
the Zionist cause while she was
in Congress and in the years
that followed, called the pro-
posed children's home an im-
portant pilot project and com-
mended Israel for the devotion
with which newcomers from un-
derdeveloped lands are being
welcomed into the new land and
then properly trained to take
their place with the more ad-
vanced peoples.

Mrs. Hareli explained the pro-
gram of sponsoring children's
homes in Israel, which will func-
tion for infants from 1 112 years old
to 6. These culturally deprived,
she said, will be cared for, will be
guided in supervised play, will go
home nights and will be with their
families on Sabbaths and holidays.
Thus, she said, while getting train-
ing and good care, family life will
be kept intact.
In her response, Mrs. Schaver

From left: Shoshana Hareli,

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Sam Rubin will be host and host-
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Dave Weiner, treasurer; Mannie
NEW YORK—The third annual Ekelman and Abe Kusnit, secre-
conference of the Bnai Aliyah taries; Norman Cottler, reserve
J. Katz, Betty Bern-
Fellowship of the ZOA will be treasurer; A.
son and Sarah Laker, hospitalers;
held all day Feb. 13, at the Car- Saul Baron, sergeant-at-arms; and
negie Endowment Building to dis- Albert . Klavons, chaplain.

cuss reports dealing with the sub-
jects of absorption and housing of
immigrants from the Western
countries in Israel, according to a
joint announcement by Samuel
Wigder, Bnai Aliyah chairman,
and Solomon Biederman, national
Aliyah chairman.
The Bnai Aliyah Fellowship is
comprised of ZOA members who
themselves or their close relatives
are actively planning to emigrate
to Israel, or who have close rela-
tives already living in Israel.

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Final arrangements are being
made by the dinner committee. of
Beth Yehudah PTA for its second
annual Purim Gala, to take place
March 1 at Imperial Caterers.
The group recently helped fur-
nish and equip the library of
the Beth Jacob Building and has
helped in other projects of the
Beth Yehudah Schools. At the new
Southfield building the PTA al-
ready helped with the lunchroom
public address system.
Mrs. Ben Wrotslaysky is dinner
chairman. Mrs. Eric Greenbaum is
president of the PTA.

Helen Gaagan Douglas and
Emma Schaver.
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COHEN-MILLER: Marcy Ellen
said that her family background Miller and David Leonard Cohen
has inspired her Zionist and were united in marriage at a morn-
Israeli work, and she expressed ing ceremony in the Crystal Ball-
room of the Sheraton-Cadillac
gratitude for a sacred heritage.
Hotel. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal offi-
Coming to the event in Mrs. ciated. Parents of the couple are
Schaver's honor were her brothers Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miller of
and sisters-in-law, Messrs. and Rue Versailles, Oak Park, and Mr.
Mesdames Alan Lazaroff of Los and Mrs. Harry Cohen of Prairie
Angeles and Morris Lazaroff of Ave. Sherrill Lengel was maid of
St. Louis, and her brother-in-law honor, and Sheldon Cohen, brother
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Nat of the bride groom, served as best
Shever of St. Louis.
man. The bride wore a short gown
of silk and worsted, and her head-
piece of matching fabric held her
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couple honeymooned in Chi-
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grappled with a budgetary crisis cent marriage of Arne A. Bern-
stemming from recent salary in- stein and Polly Anne McGarvah
was held Jan. 22 in Sacramento.
creases for Israeli professionals.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs.
Mrs. Raya Jaglom, chairman of Marge Bernstein, formerly of De-
the organization, recommended a troit, and the late Mr. Harold G.
cut of 500,000 Israeli pounds Bernstein. The bride is the daugh-
($166,000) in WIZO institutional ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McGarvah
expenditures as a first step to meet of Grosse Pointe.
the crisis. She also suggested cur-
tailing the organization's activities,
transfer of some of its educational Hyman Gilman Heads
institutions to other public bodies Pinsker Progressive Aid
and increased fund-raising.
Pinsker Progressive Aid Society
installed Hyman Gilman as presi-
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Bnai Aliyah Parley
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