ctivities in Society
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Fourteen members of the Detroit-Gold agency of the' Massachu-
setts Mutual Life Insurance Co., headed by Ruben Gold, attended the
company's eastern regional conference at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur
Springs, W. Va. In the group in addition to Gold were Bruce M. Biene-
man, Arthur D. Disner, Joseph F. Hirsch, Samuel Kastner, Girard
Marcozzi, Henry J. Meurer, Melvin Mogill, Mario Oliverio, Donald W.
Runde, CLU, Nicholas P. Scavone, Paul L. Sherizen, Morris I. Silver-
man and Melvin Weisz.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Elbinger of Miami Beach were recently
honored at a champagne brunch on their 50th wedding anniversary
by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heydt of New York and Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Warshaw of Kentucky Ave.
Delegates from CARIH's (Children's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital) national network of volunteer auxiliaries will convene
next week in Denver to be briefed on the latest developments in treat-
ment, techniques and research.
Among th 130 chapter representatives to the convention will be
Mrs. Morris Burnstein, president of the Detroit Council of Presidents;
Mrs. Harry Friedman, president of the Detroit League; and Mrs.
Phillip Rosen of the Detroit Junior Chapter. Attending as guests are
Dr. Harry Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gilbert.
A kidush in honor of Marine Sgt. Aaron Blumenfeld, 18480 Wood-
ingham, will be held following Sabbath services Saturday at Cong.
Beth Yehudah. Sgt. Blumenfeld was honorably discharged from the
U.S. Marine Corps July 7 after four years in the United States and
Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Brode of Oxley Rd., Southfield, have left
for a month's travel in Europe. Dr. Brode is attending the oral surgery
convention in -Englnad.
When Arabs Greeted Israeli Soldiers:
`Poor Devils Thougl it We Were Iraqi
At least once during the Six-Day
War the Arabs welcomed the
Israeli army with open arms. It
was more out of confusion than
love, however, writes the son of
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Growe of Breckenridge Ave., Fern-
Dan Gilead, 46, of Kibutz Ha-
sorea, wrote of his experiences as
an anti-aircraft officer of the re-
"When our tanks broke into the
city of Nablus,, which is a keystone
of the whole of the western bank,
Jordan, the whole populace was
out to a man, waving flags and
throwing flowers to our troops.
"When our men started to dis-
arm the male population and sol-
diers, they met with reluctant
compliance, .which gave way to
stupefaction, and in no time the
cheering mob disappeared as if
"The poor devils thought our
army was a much publicized
Iraqi relief force. We just came
in by the wrong gate, from the
east instead of from the west,
where Arab Legionnaires were
still peering intently over battle-
ments when they were roughly
taken by the s c r u f f of their
kefiyes and sent back without
further ado into POW corrals.
"The Iraqis, by the way, very
obligingly left every tank, vehicle
and rifle all in neat order the
moment our f or c es came into
binocular range and could be iden-
tified as such and scrambled for
the far banks of the much be-sung
Gilead noted that when he went
into Syria to assess captured anti-
aircraft equipment and initiate its
removal, he found a "well-nigh
staggering amount of material,
MISS CHERYL SCHWARTZ
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz of
Wakefield Way, Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Cheryl Barbara to David
W. Karp Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Karp of Louisville.
Miss Schwartz is a graduate of
the University of Michigan and
was affiliated with Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority. Mr. Karp is a gradu-
ate of the University of Michigan
and was a member of Zeta Beta
Tau Fraternity of the Louisville
An early fall wedding is planned.
guns, trucks, tanks and ammuni-
tion. . . . It is almost inconceiv-
able what a poor and underdevel-
oped country like Syria actually
wanted to do with this fantastic
amount of war material, which
was enough to sustain a major
power for a very long time. Well,
if anything, the Syrians are con-
scientious stackers of goods, and
although our air force left very
little intact that was above ground,
there are still vast quantities of
goods neatly tucked away in bomb-
"The cost of all this, which must
approach the billion mark, would
easily have paid to convert all
the subpoverty hovels, that go for
villages in that part of the coun-
try, into garden cities".
Latvian Jewish Druggist
Sought by Son in Midwest
Abrams Tuvje Zeba, a Latvian
Jewish pharmacist whose last
known whereabouts were in Swe-
den, is sought by his son, Indikis
Ekis of Omaha.
Zeba, son of Herman and Lyndia
Zeba of Ventspili, Latvia, did work
In his own drug stores in Klostere
and Aizpute. He escaped from Lat-
via to Sweden in June 1941, and
Ekis hopes that some Latvian I
Jews who migrated to this coun-
try may know of his father's
whereabouts, although Zeba may
have changed his name before
leaving Sweden. Ekis said it is be-
lieved that his father entered the
United States with help from the
Quakers, not from United HIAS
Persons with information may
reach Ekis at PO Box 383, DTS,
Omaha, Neb. 68101.
MONTREAL (JTA) — Canadian
Jewry was on the verge of reach-
ing its $25,000,000 goal for the
Israel Emergency Fund this week
when an additional $1,500,000 was
sent to Israel, bringing total con-
tributions past the $24,500,00 mark.
Toronto was first among Cana-
dian Jewish communities with
$10,000,000 in contributions. Mon-
treal Jewry was a close second.
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COPENHAGEN (JTA) —
Former Danish Prime Minister
Viggo Kampman presented to the
Emergency Fund for Israel a check
for 1,500,000 groner ($210,000).
The check was given to Ambassa-
dor Esther Herlitz of Israel at a
Part of the gift will be used to
repair damage to Israeli settle-
ments in the June war. The bal-
ance will be use to aid Arab
refugees in Israeli-held Arab terri-
tory. Danish Jews raised a similar
amount for the fund.
Dr. David Herreshoff, 75 Mc-
Lean, Highland Park, assistant
professor of English at Wayne
State University, and Dr. Jacques
L. Salvan, retired professor of
French, are the authors of two
books published by WSU Press.
Dr. Herreshoff's "American Dis-
ciples of Marx, From the Age of
Jackson to the Progressive Era"
traces the activities of the first
Marxists in America.
Dr. Salvan's "The Scandalous
Ghost, Satre's Existentialism as
Related to Vitalism, Humanism,
Mysticism, Marxism" is a volume
of essays relating the philosophy
of Sartre to other philosophies as
a basic human attitude, making it
meaningful to the layman with-
out oversimplifying it.
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Canadian Jews Near
$25 Million for Israel;
Danes Match Gift
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Eshkol Welcomes JTA President
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Prime Minister Levi Eshkol welcomes JTA President Robert H.
Arnow to his office in Jerusalem. Mrs. Arnow is in center. The prime
minister issued an appeal to world Jewry through the JTA for
Jewish unity in Israel's support.
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