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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 28, 1968-29
Three Branches of Judaism
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Nachman of Oak Park are celebrating the
Bar Mitzva of their son, Gary Abraham, at Beth Sholom Synagogue, Program At Hebrew U
Saturday. The out-of-town guests are Mr. and Mrs. M. Taitelman of
Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. N. Aftergood of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs.
Dora Dworkin of Florida, and Mr. and Mrs. Moish Dworkin of
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Tickton of Winchester Ave., Huntington Woods,
will attend the Conference of World Union for Progressive Judaism in
Jerusalem, July 3-7, as official delegates from Temple Beth El.
At the recent wedding of Nancy Pearl Nudell to Sanford Saltsman
the out-of-town guests included Mrs. Esther Goldstein and Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Auerbach of Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Niles Blackman
from Skokie, Ill.
Miss Aviva Weiss of Oak Park Blvd. is one of the more than 125
young adults from America and Canada who have left for permanent
settlement in Israel as members of Zionist youth movements. They
were honored at a farewell reception Wednesday in the Park Avenue
Synagogue, New York City. The group ranges in age from 18 to 30
and will be living in kibutzim, development towns and cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Z. Brummer, of Berkley Ave., Oak Park, will
see their son Barry read from the Tora at Cong. Beth Abraham July
6 on the occasion of his forthcoming marriage to Linda K. Steinberger,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Steinberger, of Oak Park Blvd.,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss of LaBelle Blvd., Oak Park, are enter-
taining the Martin Stoklers of S. Stockton Dr., Farmington, July 6
with a bon voyage party, just before they take off for Europe on a
six week visit.
Dr. Herschel Schlussel
Takes Bride, Toby Engel
MRS. HERSCHEL SCHLUSSEL
Toby Etta Engel was married
Tuesday to Dr. Herschel Leib
Schlussel at Cong. Bnai David.
Rabbis Hayim Donin and Charles
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Engel of Addison
Ave., Southfield, and Mrs. Irving
W. Schlussel of Greenfield Rd.,
Southfield, and the late Mr. Schlus-
The bride wore a gown of silk
satin. It was styled with a slim
skirt, long sleeves, and a high
bateau neckline with a softly
rolled collar. A cathedral-length,
handmade Belgian lace mantilla
fell to full length.
Mrs. Mark Schlussel was the ma-
tron of honor. Cillia Engel served
her sister as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Michael
Cherrin, Gertrude Engel, sister of
the bride, and Shirley Greitzer.
Ellen Sue Schlussel was flower
Mark Schlussel was his brother's
best man. Ushers were Dr. Lary
Berkower, Michael Cherrin, Man-
ny Greitzer and Hyman Slomnicki.
Upon return from their honey-
moon, the couple will reside in
Martin Baum, Lawyer
Seeks Board Nomination
Lee Franklin Weinstock
Runs for Legislature
Mrs. Lee Franklin Weinstock has
filed for election as state represen-
tative from the 15th District.
Mrs. Weinstock, an attorney has
been twice rated "Preferred" by
Detrit Civic Searchlight as candi-
date for state rep-
is an alumni of
gan State and
Wayne State uni-
ly, Mrs. Weinstock
ed by her law
school dean to
receive the juris
doctor degree. Mrs. Weinstock
She is the first vice president
of Pisgah Chapter, Bnai Brith, and
is its Bonds for Israel chairman.
For five years, Mrs. Weinstock
was adviser to the president of
Michigan NAACP. She also served
as first honorary adviser to Junior
Achievement of S'outheast Michi-
gan and adviser to Junior Hadas-
sah. Her Michigan Colleges Dis-
criminatory Survey for American
Jewish Congress was used in draw-
ing up the New York Fair Prac-
tices in Education Act. She is
president of the University of
Buffalo_Alumni Club of Michigan
which won the national award as
"Most Outstanding Alumni Club."
She was district legislative co-
chairman of Business and Profes-
sional Women, Hadassah, helping
enact a women's equal rights bill.
She does public relations for the
17th Congressional GOP District
and is precinct delegate as well as
district resolutions co-chairman.
Israel Reversing '67 Go-Slow
Economic Policy, Plans
Large Scale Expansion
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel
will reverse its go-slow economic
policies of 1967 and embark on
large scale economic expansion
this year despite an increased for-
eign trade deficit that such a
policy may incur, it was learned
from Treasury sources. A prin-
cipal reason for the change is the
need for a rapidly expanding
economy to attract more immi-
grants from the West. Another
reason is the huge defense ex-
penditure which has exceeded pre-
vious estimates for this year by
about $145 million.
The policy change is a response
to reports by researchers who said
that only dynamic economic
growth can create the conditions
necessary to absorb newcomers
and find them jobs. But as a re-
sult, Israel's foreign trade deficit
is expected to rise from $425 mil-
lion in 1967 to $550 million in
1968. The new policy will also af-
fect the annual growth rate of Is-
rael's gross national product.
Martin S. Baum of 19803 Monte
Vista has announced his candi-
dacy for the Democratic nomina-
tion for the Wayne County Board
of Supervisors. Baum was born
and educated in Detroit. He and
his wife, Marcia, reside at the
St. Martin's co-operative with their
Baum received his B.A. in
Economics from the University of
Michigan and his LLB also from
the University of Michigan. He is
presently a practicing attorney in
Detroit. Martin Baum is a candi-
date in the eleventh district for
Few states equal Michigan in per
the newly constituted Wayne
capita support of higher education.
County Board of Supervisors.
NEW YORK (JTA)—A national
campaign has been undertaken by
the three branches of Judaism in
America to provide a maximum
number of scholarships for Israeli
and American students at the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
it was announced by Samuel Roth-
berg, national chairman of the Mt.
Scopus scholarship pr o g r a m.
Nearly 1,000 American students
have enrolled at Hebrew Univer-
sity for the 1968-69 academic year
starting next October. They will
constitute more than half of the
foreign student body which is ex-
pected to total 1,800 next autumn.
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