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July 26, 1968 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-26

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14—Friday, July 26, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tischler Gets First Shot at WSU Quarterback Job

Wayne State University Quarter- guard, averaging nearly six points
back Alex Tischler gets his chance per game while starting the greater
to lead the Tartar offense follow- share of the time
same age in the latter's homes and ing the graduation of starback.
settlements. I A. J. Vaughn.
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
* *
Tischler, 18915 Stoepel, under-
JEROME JACOBS of Canter- studied Vaughn last year, and did
bury Dr., Pontiac, and STEVEN some sensationalizing of his own
ROBINSON of Thornbriar Way, on defense. The 6-3, 200-pound
Bloomfield Hills, are taking part Tischler, a product of Mumford
in the 13th annual Israel Pilgrim- High School and a transfer student
age of United Synagogue of from Michigan State, led the team
REPAIR AND
America. Some 231 teen-agers in interceptions with six in his
INSTALLATION
from throughout the country are first varsity season.
Quality Work at
taking part in the seven-week visit.
WSU may place more emphasis
Reasonable Prices!
Among their activities, they will on its running backs than it did a
assist the Israeli Minstry of An- year ago. but Tischler has always
tiquities in excavating the ruins of been rated an accurate passer with
a synagogue located in Ashkelon a quick release and can go deep.
dating back to the Roman occupa-
Tischler already has two varsity
tion of Palestine.
basketball letters at WSU as a

They Made The Grade

Five Detroit area students are
among the more than 200 partici-
pants in the Zionist Organization
of • American Teen-age Summer
Camp and the Leadership Train-
ing Course of Masada ZOA youth
movement. Both programs are
conducted on the campus of Kfar
Silver at Ashkelon. Among those
from the Midwest are Neal Best
20100 Blackstone; Howard Lax
17160 __Maryland, Southfield; Ida
Leib, 24401 Martha Washington,
Southfield; Paul Draznin, 30790
Valley, Farmington; and Sheryl
Silver, 18481 Fairfield. Besides
engaging in the camp program,
many of the teen-agets are spend.
ing weekends with Israelis of the

LAWN
SPRINKLERS

ROSS JOHN FAZIO

QUALIFIED FOR
RECORDER'S COURT

Two U-111 Students •
Report from Israel

Two University of Michigan stu-
dents who are currently on
missions to Israel are sending en-
thusiastic reports on their activi-
ties and their Israeli impressions
and are encouraging their families,
and through them the community,
for continued labors in support of
the Jewish state.
Marjorie Hauser, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, is
on a student work-study project
at JDC-Malben, specializing in
occupational therapy. Miss Hauser,
who was a student at Stevens Col-
lege, Columbia, Mo., will enter the
University of Michigan as a sopho-
more in September.
Michael Feldman. son of Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Feldman, a U. of M.
junior, is a member of the univer- .
sity students' study mission that
is currently on a month's tour
of Israel, meeting with Israeli
government officials and other
prominent personalities, and visit-
ing kibutzim, UJA projects and
other important areas. This group
will be • visiting in eight major
European capitals before return-
ing to the U. S.

Don't let
your wife
ke chopped
liver out of
your office.
et us do it.

Barbara Schonberger
Gets Silverman Award

At a meeting of the scholarship
committee of the Sgt. Morton A.
Silverman Post and Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, the annual
award was given to Barbara Ann
Schonberger, who is enrolled at
Oakland Community College.
Barbara, daughter of a post
member, Philip M. Schonberger,
who now resides in Florida, is
the oldest of four children, a gradu-
ate of Berkley High School and
plans to work and attend college
in this area.
The post and auxiliary award
of $250 will assist Barbara with
her tuition expense.
Scholarship committee members
are Mrs. Maurice Shepherd,
chairman; Mr. and Mrs. Walter E.
Klein, Judge Joseph J. Pernick,
Dr. Leonard Schreiber, Mr. and
Mrs Sidney Lantz and Mrs. Nor-
man Pasmanter.

We design offices, we furnish offices, we carpet offices, we
drape offices, we light offices, we knick-knack offices, we
supply offices, but we don't make chopped liver. So please,
tell your wife we love her, but leave the office designing to
our office design- staff. The thing is, your wife can't see you
and your needs objectively. We can. You see, she loves you.
We're just after your money.

Mrs. Guyer, Ex-Detroiter

Anna Guyer, former Detroiter
of West Orange, N.J., died July 13
at age 40. When Mrs. Guyer lived
here, from 1946 to 1959, she was a
member of Bnai Brith.
Born .in Lodz, Poland, Mrs.
'Guyer was interned in concentra-
tion camps until the liberation in
1945.
In West Orange, she was a mem-
ber of Bnai Brith, the West
Orange Jewish Center, Gombiner
Society and Pioneer Women.
Survivors are her husband,
Ben; two sons, Sheldon and Sam-
uel; a daughter, Hanna; a brother,
Ben Ziskind of Detroit: and a sis-
ter, Mrs: Sylvia Ajsner of Israel.

Solomon's Elath
King Solomon built up the port
of Elath for commerce and trade.
It was from Elath he sent a great
fleet (ships .of Tarshish). to . the
land of Ophir.

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