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May 24, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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30—Friday, May 24, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Col. Zeev Shaham, Gen. Weinstein
to Address Beth Hill el on Sunday

Col. Zeev Shaham, brigade com-
mander of the Israel Army Central
Command in the Six-Day War, and
Gen. William J.
Weinstein of the
U.S. Marine
Corps Reserve,
will head the
program at
the Cong. Beth
Hillel testimonial
dinner 6 p.m.
Sunday, honoring
Benoit Gorge,
six - term presi-
dent of the con- Col. Shaham
gregation. The affair, which will

Jules
DONESON

Knows his
mountains .. .

Cook-Harris Nuptials
Are Planned Aug. 18

celebrate 20 years of Israel's
statehood, will be held in the Fred
Hopfeld Hall of the Synagogue.
Col. Shaham, one of Israel's out-
standing military heroes, has been
an officer in the Israel defense
forces since the establishment of
the state. Born in Tel Aviv, he
joined the Hagana in 1939 and
in 1941 became a member of Pal-
mach. Starting in 1941, he served
for four years in the Jewish Bri-
gade of the British 8th Army in
World War II. He now occupies a
senior command post.
Weinstein joined the U.S. Ma-
rines in 1941, and rose to captain,
serving for five years in the Pa-
cific area, seeing action in the
battles of Saipan, Roi-Namur, Tin-
ian and Iwo Jima. Upon his return
to Detroit in 1946, he embarked
upon the practice of law and on
a reserve career in the Marines.
He was commissioned a Major in
1948 and was promoted to lieuten-
ant colonel in 1953 and colonel in
1962. Last year he was promoted
to brigadier general and is the
only native-born Michiganite to
hold this high post in the history
of the Marine Corps Reserve, and
the second member of the Jewish
faith to have this honor.
Rabbi Joel J. Litke will give the
tribute to the honoree.

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MISS JACQUELINE COOK

At a recent cocktail party, Dr.
and Mrs. Raymond R. Cook of
Essexville, Mich., announced the
engagement of their daughter Jac-
queline Carole to Thomas Harris,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harris
of Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Cook received her BA de-
gree in speech, radio and TV from
the University of Michigan. Her
fiance received his bachelors de-
gree in engineering from U. of M.
An Aug. 18 wedding in Bay City
is planned.

Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh has
named ROBERT M. SURDAM as
Detroit's general chairman for the
1968 Detroit-Windsor International
Freedom Festival. Surdam is pres-
ident of the National Bank of
Detroit.

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Some day soon,
Kutsher's Golf Pro
is going to club our MC.

We've got a beautiful championship golf course,
7,157 yards, 18 holes, 3 tees at each hole. Yet in the
Morning it all goes to waste.
It's our night life.
Great shows every night. First in one night club, then
in the other. Act after act. And when you think it's
going to end, our MC announces another.
Several times, the Golf Pro has asked the MC to tell
the golfers they have to get up in the morning. Bu you
know MC's. He never does.
So one of these days, our Pro will really get mad and
club our MC. Make sure you're there to see it.

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• Free Dancing Lessons
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son Glueck, president, announced
that participants in the Ford Foun-
dation Program will be trained
primarily at Gezer.

RESERVE FOR DECORATION DAY WEEKEND.

TanliMent

POCONOS

A $1,500,000 program to train
advanced graduate students
at archaeological excavations
throughout t h e world was an-
nounced by the Ford Foundation.
Nineteen American and Canadian
colleges and universities, among
them Hebrew Union College, will
participate in the program.
Presently the main archaeologi-
cal project of Hebrew Union Col-
lege is the excavation at Gezer,
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(except as otherwise shown).
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complete. FREE GOLF daily!
CHILDREN under IS years,
only $4.00 per day, includ-
ing 3 meals, when sharing
room with parents.

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and the 3rd will be FREEI"
That's right! Starting Sunday,

July 7th until Friday, August 2nd,
the 3rd person (adult or child)
in • room with 2 adults at

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