Enid Wacht Engaged Israel Army's Caution to Protect Arab
to Frederic Lyle a lley Civilians Related by Jay Masserman
Jay Masserman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Masserman, upon his
return a few days ago from a 14-
month study period at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, reported
to a group of
friends and mem-
bers of his family
on h i s experi-
ences during the
war and the
months of his
stay in Israel. He
also reported on
a trip to Russia
made by him and
a group of his - Masserman
MISS ENID WACHT
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wacht of
White Plains, N. Y., announce the
engagement of their daughter Enid
Ruth to Frederic Lyle Waller, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allan L. Waller
of Wildemere Ave. A December
wedding is planned.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Boston University's school of edu-
cation and is a candidate for a
master's degree at the university.
Mr. Waller is a graduate of the
University of Michigan, where he
earned BS degrees in mechanical
and industrial engineering. He is
a graduate student at Northeast-
ern University in Boston.
Elaine Friedman to Wed
D r. Pearlman in Winter
MISS ELAINE FRIEDMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Friedman of
W. McNichols Rd. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Elaine Sue to Dr. Martin Eugene
Pearlman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Pearlman of Independence
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the University of Michigan, where
she was affiliated with Phi Sigma
Sigma Sorority. Dr. Pearlman is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan's medical school.
A December wedding is planned.
!flax Goldins .11a cried
50 Yea rs; to Be Feted
fellow-student last March.
Jay had won a year's scholarship
from American Friends of the He-
brew University and was a junior
at the university.
Abrams to Start
4th Term as Head
of Beth Yehudah
In his report, Jay emphasized
that at no time had the Israel
army attacked civilians either in
Egypt, Jordan or Syria.
Describing his experience at Ha-
dassah Hospital where he was hos-
pitalized during the first days of
the war, during which he assisted
in providing for the hundreds of
wounded who were cared for at
that time, he told of the attacks
on both the Hebrew University and
the Hadassah Medical Center. He
said that the one war memento he
brought back was a U.S.-made
bullet fired from Jordan that struck
the Hadassah wall barely three
feet from where he stood on the
second day of the war.
Relating the heroism of the Is-
raelis, Jay said that the devotion,
the concern for family, state and
citizens, created a unity that en-
abled the Israelis to act with the
speed and fearlessness that mark-
ed the pre-war period. Neverthe-
less, he said, there was a fear of
what undoubtedly would have hap-
pened to all Israelis out of the
threats to annihilate all citizens
and that fear, too, solidified all
energies to assure proper defense
of the country and the people.
He reported that there was a
feeling of despair mingled with
fear among Russian Jews who hesi-
tated to make comments on their
status, who feared that if they ac-
cepted a religious article or con-
versed with an American or an
Israeli visitor there would be po-
lice action, and arrests. At the same
time he said that the Russian Jews
welcomed prayerbooks, taleisim,
tefilin and calendars which were
brought in clandestinely.
"While the Russians say they do
not interfere with religious prac-
tices, we were warned at the bor-
der upon our arrival that we must
not bring religious articles into
Russia," he stated.
Jay gave his report at a recep-
tion at the home of his brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Masserman, 17221 Revere,
Out-of-town guests at the recep-
tion included Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
Harrison. former Detroiters, of
Beverly Hills, and Dr. and Mrs.
Theodore Harrison of Flint.
Sam Shoenig, chairman of the
nominations committee of Beth
Yehudah Schools, announced that
the board of directors has elected
Hillel L. Abrams to his fourth
consecutive term as president.
Eleceted to serve with Abrams
were Jack Carmen and Ruben
Grevnin, vice presidents, Rabbi
field, chairman of
the board; Daniel
A. Laven, treas-
and Shoenig, sec-
Elected to the
tee were Max
Carmen. Dr. Ar-
nold Eisenman, Eugene Kraus
and A. M. Silverstein.
The new board of directors con-
sists of Hugo Apt, Marvin Berlin,
Max Biber, Harry Blitz, Joseph
Borenstein, Leonard Borman, Ben-
jamin Bradman, Harry E. Citrin,
David J. Cohen, Solomon N. Cohen,
Wolf Cohen, Morris Dorn, Reubin
Dubrinsky, Marvin Faber, Charles
Feinberg, I. Irving Feldman,
Charles T. Gellman, David Gold-
berg, Nathan I. Goldin, Samuel
Ilechtman, Paul Jacobs, Louis Install Chest X - Ray Units
Jonas, Morris Karbal, Marshall , A mobile chest X-ray unit will
Kiaper, Joseph Lee, Selig Less- resume its same place, same time,
man, Meyer Levin. Sol Levine, once-a-month visit to eight strate-
Emanuel Mittleman, Sol Nusbaum, gic locations in Detroit beginning
Irving I. Palman, Benjamin Poss, today when it will be at Trumbull
Nathan P. Rossen, Julius Roten- and Grand River from 11 a.m. to
berg. Solomon Rothenberg Theo- 6 p.m.
dore Scholnick, William Schwartz.
The unit, operated by the De-
Marvin Seligson, I. William Sherr, troit Department of Health in co-
Leon J. Simon, Charles Snow, Na- operation with the TB and Health
than D. Soberman, Isidore Sosnick, Society, began its tour of locations
Leo I. Stein, Israel Stillerman, in July but was idled in August
Louis Topor, Lawrence J. Traison, by fires that burnt out many of
Julius Wainer, Aaron Yampolsky, the electrical connections.
Eugene Zack. Dr. Lester Zeff and
Free chest X-rays may be ob- '
Dr. Meyer Zeff.
tained daily at a mobile unit park-
Abrams announced that final
ed at Grant House at the Michigan
plans are being initiated for the State Fair through Monday, 1 p.m.
opening of the school system,
nursery through high school with to 9 p.m.
For information call TB and
post-graduate studies. He further
Health Society, WO 1-1697.
reminded the board of directors
that Beth Yehudah is operating
with an accumulated deficit of
$180,000 and urged that means be
to relieve this position. A budget
of $386.000 was adopted for the
year. Five hundred children are
expected to return to classes this
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Asks Help to Compile
MidEast Crisis Record
MR. AND MRS. MAX GOLDIN -
At a buffet luncheon in their
honor Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Goldin of San Juan Dr. will cele-
brate their golden wedding anni-
Mrs. Richard Russell of 45 Kirk-
wood Road, West Hartford, Conn.,
has appealed to the Jewish com-
munity of Connecticut for assist-
ance in compiling a record of the
recent crisis in the Middle East
through letters, diaries, and other
documents sent to Connecticut resi-
dents by relatives and friends in
The Goldins, who have been De- Israel.
Mrs. Russell was inspired to
troit residents for the past 50
Years, have three children, Mrs. undertake this task by her con-
Ben (Maybelle) Katz, Seward and tacts with a number of parents
Gerald; and IQ grandchildren. Mr. who, like herself, had children liv-
Goldin is a kosher meat dealer ing in the Jewish state during the
May and June crisis period.
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