THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, June 23, 1967
Israel Luncheon Yields $105,000
At the Israel emergency luncheon and fashion show where
S105.000 in Israel Bonds was subscribed are (from left): Mrs. Max
StoIlman, honorary chairman, Detroit Israel Bond women's division;
Sam Cardinal, fashion co-ordinator and commentator; Mrs. Morris
L. Schaver, women's division chairman and Mrs. Gerda Weissmann
Klein, survivor of the Nazi holocaust, who made an impassioned
appeal for help to Israel. Mrs. Brandwine spoke and Mrs. Schaver
pronounced the invocation. Mrs. Stollman made the Bond announce.
ments. A special feature was the presentation of the sixth annual
"Star of Israel" diamond designed and contributed by Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Allan. The emblem, depicting a map of Israel, was won by
Mrs. Irwin Weiler.
for Shiffman WSU
A site for Wayne State Univer-
sity's Shiffman Medical Library
will he purchased by\he univer-
sity from the City of Detroit. The
library, which is
expected to he
started this year,
was made possi-
ble in part
through a $500,-
000 gift from the
Abraham Shif f-
ma n Foundation.
A 1'4-acre site
at the corner of
Brush and Can-
field is available
from the city for
zation to WSU of-
ficials for its pur-
chase was voted by Wayne's Board
of Governors at its June 15 meet-
The library will serve the school
and the medical profession of De-
The Shiffman grant, together
ith $200,000 already raised by
medical alumni, will be matched
by funds from the state and fed-
eral governments to cover the li-
brary's cost, expected to be $2,000,-
The library building site is a cen-
tral one in the Detroit Medical
C e n t e r, near WSU's completed
Medical Research Building, the
first to rise in the Medical Center.
It will also be near WSU's Basic
MediCal Science Building for which
it is hoped ground-breaking will
begin this year.
The oldest national flag is that
of Denmark, adopted in 1219.
Recommended by Physicians
Serving Hospitals and Homes
CERTIFIED EXPEPT MOHEL
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
REV. GOLDMAN L.
at Homes and Hospitals
Ten per cent of all sales by the
K M YARN CO. during its $50,000
sale on all knitting supplies will be
given to the Israel Emergency
Fund, it was announced this week.
Imported and domestic yarns, nee-
dles, accessories, books, tapestries,
kits and rug yarns will be sold at
up to 70 per cent off, with every-
thing in the store on sale. Store
hours at K M, 18695 Wyoming, are
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily including
Saturday; and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday. Security and Michigan
Bankard plates are accepted there.
For information, call DI 1-5070.
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AMERICAN SAVINGS AND
L 0 A N ASSOCIATION has an-
nounced the appointment of
SIMONS-MICHELSON CO., Detroit,
as its advertising agency. A spokes-
man for the agency said American
Savings it the largest state-char-
tered savings and loan association
in Michigan, with 14 offices in the
June 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Moshe
Dworkin. former Detroiter of New
York, a son. Benjamin Abraham.
June 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Landau (Sheila Kagan),
20138 Warrington, a daughter,
June 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Sislin (Phyllis Barr). 18400 Cher-
rylawn, a daughter, Kate Eliza-
• • •
May 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Wine (Elaine Bobroff ),
2400 Parmenter, Royal Oak, a son,
May 26—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Ilorowitz (former Detroiter Pam-
ela Kessler) of Fullerton, Calif., a
son, Steven Michael.
May 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin M. Schiff (Sheila Katz),
20516 Meyers, a son, Adam Paul.
March 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Mal-
colm Dishell (Marlene Boyd),
10631 Corning, Oak Park, a son,
May 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Satovsky (Sharon Samoss) of
14825 Lincoln, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter. Michele Ann.
Wetsman Renamed' .hiss Jo Ann Saperstein Grant Is Among
JVS-CW President to Wed Harold Hauer New WSU Gifts
William M. Wetsman was re-
elected president of the Jewish Vo-
cational Service and Community
Workshop at the r
21, at the Detroit
Kaye G. Frank,
Arthur Rice and
Julian H. Scott,
treasurer: William M. Davidson,
The following were reelected to
the board of trustees: Melvin
Binder. Paul Randleman, Bruce E.
Thal, Dr. William W. Wattenberg,
Robert Brody, Peter D. Brown,
Mrs. Joseph G. Gilber t, Mrs.
Nathan N. Kaplan, Morris Lieber-
man, Robert F. Phillips, William
M. Wetsman, Paul Broder. Newly
elected trustees for three years
are: Judge George Brody, Mrs.
Arnold E. Frank and Thomas I.
In his presidential report, Wets-
man highlighted developments
within the agency during the past
year. He particularly emphasized
the move of the Community Work-
shop to its present larger facility
at 1025 Brush Street and the in-
novation of a new Pre-Vocational
Program. He also mentioned the
decision of the Veteran's Adminis-
tration to use the Jewish Voca-
tional Service as a guidance center
The Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop is sup-
ported through the Allied Jewish
Campaign. Albert Cohen is execu-
tive director of the agency.
Gifts, grants and contracts ac-
cepted by the Wayne State Univer-
sity board of governors at its
monthly meeting June 15 totaled
$1,456,200 for a one-month period.
The largest single grant, $631,-
900, was given by the U.S. Office
of Education for Educational Op-
portunity Grants to assist WSU
students in extreme financial need
to enter or remain in college.
A grant of $32.655 from the
Theodore and Mina Bargman Foun-
dation will be used to purchase
equipment in the cardiac labora-
tory in the WSU School of Medi-
MISS JO ANN SAPERSTEIN
Mr. and Mrs. George Saperstein
of Hartwell Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Jo Ann
to Harold Hauer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Hauer of Freeland
The future bridegroom attends
Wayne State University.
A December wedding is planned.
HENRY M. GOTTLIEB, local at-
torney and former social worker,
was guest speaker Sunday at a
forum meeting of the Mt. Calvary
AME Church. His topic was "Ju-
venile Delinquency in Our Midst."
The speaker was introduced by
the Reverend E. G. Clements,
pastor of the church.
Orchestra and Entertainment -
Dr. CHARLES J. WOLFE, 16575
Huntington, executive deputy super-
intendent of Detroit Public Schools,
has been elected president ,of the
Wayne State University Alumni
Association for 1967-68. He will
take office July 1.
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Agree on Nasser Role
Editor, The Jewish News:
This is a small world.
In your issue of 12 May, 1967, -you
published a letter from Robert St.
John, commenting on an article of
mine which had appeared a few
weeks earlier. I had written that
in 1948 the Israelis had captured
Gamal Abdel Nasser and had re-
leased him. How different things
might have been today ....
The issue of The Jewish News
carrying the above letter reached
me during the war here. A couple
of days later I found myself trav-
elling with St. John on a behind-
the-lines inspection of Bethlehem,
Ramallah and old Jerusalem. As
our car skirted burnt-out tanks, and
sought to avoid buried mines that
might still be in the road, we also
found time to discuss the Nasser
Technically St- John was correct.
Nasser was one of a large group
of Egyptian soldiers who were sur
rounded by the Israelis in 1948 in
the Faluja pocket. They did not
surrender—and after the truce was
signed they were permitted to re-
St. John and I agreed on the
following formula: Nasser was
never captured, but he was re-
leased by the Israelis.
Standing in a bookstore in Beth-
lehem, where Jordanian flags and
pictures of King Hussein were still
for sale by the way, we agreed on
something else—what a good paper
The Jewish News is.
June 18, 1967
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