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August 16, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, August 16, 1968

Shiffm(777-Rosen Vows
Spoken (1 t Bmii David

MRS. ROGER SHIFFMAN

Judith Beth Rosen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I. Rosen
of Lahser Rd., Birmingham was
married recently to Roger Shiff-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Shiffman of Hartwell Ave.
The ceremony was held at
Bnai David Synagogue with
Rabbi Hayim Donin and Cantor
Hyman Adler officiating.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza trimmed in re-embroi-
dered Alencon lace with seed
pearls and beads. Her headpiece
was of the matching trim and
she carried a cascade of gardenias.
Matron of honor was Mrs. El-
Iiotte Moss, and Lynn Rosen was
her sister's maid of honor. Mrs.
Marvin Sallen and Mrs. Mitchell
Shiffman were bridesmaids. Tina
Rosen was junior bridesmaid.
Mitchell Shiffman was his bro-
ther's best man. Michael and Paul
Rosen, brothers of the bride, Doug-
las and Donald Shiffman, brothers
of the bridegroom, Norman Gold-
man, John Lazar and Elliotte Moss
were ushers.
After their honeymoon in Miami
Beach and Nassau, the Shiffmans
are residing in Oak Park.

Israeli Stamps Kozminski-Lansky
Vows Set for Autumn
of holy City

The theme of the new series
of Festival stamps is "Jerusalem
—The Old and New City." The
set will be issued Aug. 21, and will
consist of five stamps featuring
stylized drawings of various sec-
tions of the city. This new festival
series is unique in the way it in-
terprets Biblical quotations (on
each tab) dealing with Jerusalem
in terms of recent events.
The stamps highlight the holy
places of the Moslems, Christians
and Jews in the Old City, the quest
for peace in the quotation from
Paslms, the Tower of David and
the wall surrounding the Old City;
Yemin Moshe (named after Moses
Montefiore) and including its fa-
mous windmill, the Israel. Muse-
um and "The Shrine of the Book"
which houses the Dead Sea Scrolls.
In addition to the festival series,
a special stamp commemorating
the 50th anniversary of Jewish
Scouting in the Holy Land also
will be released on Aug. 21. The
design on this stamp features the
official Boy Scout emblem inside
the Magen David (Star of David).
The stamps will be available at
stamp dealer s. Information on
these stamps and - other projects
relating to Israel stamps from
the Israel Philatelic Agency in
America, 116 W. 32nd St., New
York, N.Y., 10001.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
—The United Nations Children's
Fund (UNICEF) has no current
projects under way in Israel ac-
cording to a report published here
by the agency's executive board
listing UNICEF - assisted projects
all over the world.
UNICEF previously assisted nine
projects in Israel. They included
health services to mothers and in-
fants; aid to handicapped children;
tuberculosis control; mycosis con-
trol; applied nutrition; milk con-
servation; child feeding; social
services and emergency aid to im-
migrants.

July 177—To Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Aug. 11—to Mr. and Mrs.
Howard L. Radner, 24200 Pierce, Treitman (Sylvia Shapiro), 14950
Southfield, "a son, Keith Gilbert. Lincoln, Oak Park, a daughter,
* *
1'
Amy Beth.
* *
and Mrs. Arthur
July 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Aug. 7—To
Mr. Harelik), 24021
Foster
(Sandra
Rensselaer, Oak Park, .a son. E. Epstein (Renee Newman), 26150
Harding, Oak Park, a daughter,
Michael Alan. *
Michelle Elise.
* *
Aug. 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Gerald
Uzansky (Frances Golden), 29660
July 10—To Dr. and Mrs. Ronald
Rutherland N., Southfield, a son, Rosenberg (Dee Dee Herman),
Mark Jeffrey.
23845 Rockingham, Southfield, a
* * (:
son, Gary Brian.
*
*
Aug. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Wasserman (A udrey Iczkovitz),
To Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B.
20258 Maplewood, Livonia, a daugh- Kron (Audrey Katz), 21610 Gard-
ter, Marcia Ruth.
ner, Oak Park, an -adopted son,
Robert Martin.
July 27—To Dr. and Mrs. Ray-
* *
mond Linovitz (Nancy Smith),
To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gold
.13435 Kenwood, Oak Park, a son,
(Susane Altman), 24220 Kenosha,
Scott David.
Oak Park, an adopted daughter,
* *
July 25—To Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Stacy Ellen,.
* * *
:Mark Silver (Dianne Stocker), for-
To Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph
of Manhattan
men
Beach, Calif., a daughter, Sophia Moseson (Ada Leah Sandweiss),
23160 Kipling, Oak Park, a daugh-
:• Rose.
ter, Frimit Baila.
* *
July 25—To Dr. and Mrs.
',Stephen Blank (Elaine Portner of Community Mental Health
Detroit) of Pittsburgh, twin daugh- Center to Be in N. Philly
ters, Rebecca Ann and Judith Ida.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—A wide
range of mental health services
will be provided for the first time
REV. GOLDMAN L.
to the 200,000 residents of North
Philadelphia by a new Community
Mental Health Center which will be
MOHEL
housed in northern division facili-
ties of the Albert Einstein Medical
353-5444
Center.
A grant of $512,418, the first in-
stallment of what is expected to
Recommended by Physicians
top $1,500,000 'over the next five
RABBI
years for the center has been re-
ceived from the National Insti-
tute of Mental Health, according to
Expert Mohel
Dr. Pascal F. Lucchesi, the medi-
Serving Hospitals and Homes
cal center's executive vice presi-
Li 2-4444
LI 1-9769
dent and medical director.

Leo

Goldman

Four local Detroit News carrier-
salesmen were among the 50 youths
to receive $500 scholarships at the
17th annual carrier scholarship
awards luncheon in the Statler-
Hilton Hotel Wednesday. Fathers
of the youths were special guests.
The four, with their fathers. were
David A. Ettinger, and his father
Robert, of Stratford Ave., Oak
Park; L. Stephen Jackman, and his
father Lloyd. of Pickwick Rd.,
Birmingham; David R. Scrase, and
his father Robert, of Templar Ave.,
Southfield; and Craig R. Woll, and
his father Rudy, of Tracey Ave.
This was a second scholarship
for David Ettinger and Stephen.
The scholarship funds will be held
in trust by the Student Aid Foun-
dation of Michigan until the reci-
pients enter colleges or univer-
sities of their choice. There were
720 applicants.

Mr. and Mrs. Ike Kozminski of
Chelsea, Mich., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Rosel Buffalo Jewish Home
to Henry Lansky, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Lansky of Linda Vis- to Expand to 225 Beds
BUFFALO, N.Y. (JTA)—A three-
ta St., Ann Arbor.
Miss Kozminski attended East- stage $3,750,000 master plan to in-
ern Michigan University. A Sept. crease the capacity of the Rosa
Coplon Jewish Home and Infirmary
21 wedding is planned.
from 141 to 225 beds, to help meet
the needs of the rapidly expanding
Jewish aged population of the area,
has been approved by the United
Jewish Federation and the Buffalo
Health Planning Council.

They Made
The Grade

AVI MARK KRIECHMAN, South-
field-Lathrup High School corre-
spondent for The Jewish News, re-
cently returned from a composers
workshop at Western University,
Kalamazoo. His composition, "Of
Peace," was selected to be played
by the university's symphony or-
chestra in the fall. A piano student
of Betty Kowalski Stasson, Avi is
an honor student at Southfield-
Lathrup, where he also is violist
with the school symphony orches-
tra. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Kriechman of Wildhern Lane,
Southfield.

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friends, 5 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Robins, 15401
Rosemary, Oak Park. Mrs. Joseph
Radkin is president. For informa-
tion, call Sally Elkowitz, 398-3239,
or Rose Witt, LA 6-7350.

* *

BNAI BRITH CLASSIC TRAV-
ELING LEAGUE announces open-
ings are available for lodge bowl-
ers with at least 165 average. Sub-
stitutes also are needed. The group
botvls Sunday mornings. For infor-
mation, call Duke Singer, LI 2-4439,
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Mrs. Rosenbluth Joins
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There have been at least 765
unsuccessful attempts to swim the
English Channel. Brojen Das of
Pakistan has attempted it six times,
succeeding on each occasion.

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Seminars for Officers
to Be Addressed by
District 6 President

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Mrs. Ar-
thur G. Rosenbluth, immediate
past international president of
Bnai Brith Women, has joined the
Advisory Council for Women for
Humphrey, the United Democrats
for Humphrey announced.
The 100-member Council will help
outline programs for state women
for Humphrey groups in organiz-
ing, speaking, raising funds, setting
up and manning headquarters, and
other volunteer acivities. Women
for Humphrey is headed by three
co-chairmen — Margaret Truman
Daniel, Bess Myerson :Grant and
Geraldine Woods.
Presently chairman of interna-
tional affairs of Bnai Brith Women,
Mrs. Rosenbluth is a member of
the Bnai Brith International Coun-
cil and a commissioner of the
Anti-Defamation League.

DECOR-GIFT-'N THINGS

UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730

* * *

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council will hold its 24th an-
nual seminars and workshops for
lodge officers and committee chair-
men 8:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at Cong.
Bnai David.
Earl Wechter, president of Bnai
Brith District Grand Lodge 6, will
address the more than 300 Bnai
Brith men gathering for 6 p.m.
dinner and workshop sessions.
George Tarnoff, council presi-
dent, has appointed Louis Weber,
council past president, as chair-
man of this affair. Assisting him as
co-chairmen are David Bittker,
Harry Weinberger, Harry Pearson
and Max Kushner. -
For reservations, call the council
office, 341-0863.

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