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June 23, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-23

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Friday, June 23, 1967-25


Miss Stromer Engaged
to Air. Joel Kellman

People Make News

Comedian JACKIE MASON has
canceled a Las Vegas engagement
to leave for Israel to entertain the
troops. The Israeli government is
cooperating fully and will transport
him from base to base, Mason
said, but he is paying his own fare
there and will be paid nothing.
"I'll be there three or four weeks,
unless they start shooting," Mason
said. "Then I'll be back in an
s *


Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Stromer of
Concourse Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Betsy Ann to Joel David
Kellman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Kellman of Oak Dr.

Miss Stromer is a graduate of
the University of Michigan. The
prospective bridegroom is a grad-
uate of Kenyon College, Ohio and
the University of Michigan. He is
affiliated with Beta Theta Pi.
A September wedding is planned.

Miss Karen Cole Plans
to Wed Jack Warner

George M. Zeltzer, president
of the United Hebrew Schools
in Detroit, received a citation at
the commence-
ment exercises of
the Jewish
Teachers Semi-
nary and Peo-
ple's University
in New York --
City. The citation
was in recogni-
tion of his dedi-
cated leadership
and achieve-
ments in behalf Zeltzer
of Jewish culture, Jewish educa-
tion and the Jewish community.
Zeltzer is vice president of the
American Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation in Detroit, president of the
Citizens Family Assurance Co.
and treasurer of Moore-Deutsch
and Co. He is a member of the
State Bar of Michigan and presi-
dent of the Sholem Aleichern Insti-
* s

Chaplain Sholom Gliksman is due
to arrive in Vietnam during the
first week of July to minister to
Jewish military personnel in that

embattled a r e a,
according to the
National Jewish
Welfare Board
commission on
Jewish chap-
laincy. He will
replace Chaplain
Ernest D. Lapp,
who has served
with 1 Field
Force, Vietnam.
since August 1966
and who is being
reassigned as Rabbi Gliksman
Jewish chaplain at Fort Knox. Ky.
A resident of Chicago, Chaplain
Gliksman received his rabbinical
ordination from the Hebrew Theo-
logical College. Skokie, Ill.. in 1966.
He leaves for Vietnam from his
post as Jewish chaplain of Fort
Lee, Va. In 1965. Chaplain Gliks-
man received his bachelor's degree
in psychology from Roosevelt Uni-
versity. Chicago. Frcm 1965 to
1966, he was Midwest director of
the American Zionist Council. He
has also served as a counselor at
Camp Moshava, Wisconsin.



Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Cole of
Parkwood Ave., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Karen to Jack Warner,
son of Theodore Warner of Los
Angeles and the late Mrs. Warner.
The bride-elect received her
BA in education from the Uni-
versity of Michigan. Iler fiance is
a graduate of Bryant College,
Providence, R.I.
A late summer wedding is

York business and communal lead-
er, has accepted the chairmanship
of the economic reconstruction
committee which will seek to
stimulate the sale of Israel Bonds
in order to finance the recovery of
Israel's economy which was dis-
rupted by the Middle Eastern war.
The announcement of the forma-
tion of the committee to be headed
by Felt was made by Abraham
Feinberg, president of the Israel
Bond Organization.
DR. GARY ROGGIN, graduate
of the University of M i c hi g a n
Medical School in 1965, was re-
cently named by the Temple Uni-
versity chapter of SAMA the re-
cipient of the Golden Apple
Award "in recognition of outstand-
ing dedication, ability and zeal in
furthering the education of Temple
medical students." Dr. Roggin is
currently a resident in internal
medicine at Temple University
Hospital in Philadelphia.
• •

David H. Shepherd, president of
Dave Shepherd & Co., advertising
and public relations in Oak Park,
announces the appointment of
WILLIAM E. HOKE as vice presi-
dent and creative director.
* * *
An overflow crowd of over 500
persons attended an Israel rally
in Temple Emanuel, Honolulu,
Tuesday night. More than S50,000
was raised at the meeting. Key-
note speaker was former Detroiter
SAM BROWN, New Jersey director
of the American Jewish Congress.
The service was conducted by
Rabbi Robert Schenkerman, spirit-
ual leader of the synagogue, and
Lt. Ronald Goff, Jewish chaplain
at Pearl Harbor.

Soviet Suspends Jews' Emigration

parture of the members of the
Soviet Embassy staff from Israel,
but the Soviet ship "Felix Dzerd-
zinski" arrived from Odessa this
weekend in Haifa, to evacuate 70
persons from the Soviet Embassy.
The crew of the Soviet ship in-
cluded five Jews and several wom-
en marines.)

LONDON (JTA) — The Soviet
Union has temporarily suspended
the emigration of Russian Jews to
Israel, due to the Middle East
crisis, it was reported here Sunday
from Moscow. The report said that
some 40 Jews who already had
exit visas were not permitted to
leave the country. So far, there has
been no official Soviet comment on
the matter.
The staff at the Israel Embassy
in Moscow, meanwhile began leav-
ing the Soviet c a p i t a l, fol-
lowing the break in diplomatic re-
lations between the two countries.
Ten Israeli diplomats and their
families left this morning by air
for Tel Aviv.
(No date has been set for the de-

Nazi War Victims Condemn
Soviet Slander of Israel
NEW YORK (JTA)—A statement
published in the New York Times
in the form of a full page adver-
tisement accuses the Soviet Union
of slander and "an attempt at in-
timidation and incitement to geno-
cide" in its United Nations com-
. ments on Israel. The statement
was issued by the Jewish Nazi War
Victims Organization of America.
The statement was in answer to
the comments made about Israel at
Security Council meetings by the
Soviet Ambassador, Dr. Nikolai
"Ambassador Fedorenko, - ' the
statement protests, "saw fit to
compare the Israelis to Nazis, al-
though many of these courageous
Israeli men and women are sur-
vivors, like ourselves, of the con-
centration camps that Russian
troops helped to liberate."

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