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December 27, 1968 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-27

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Mr. Pevzner Engaged

to Joyce A. Makrouer

Friday, December 27, 1968-21 -

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

Livonia foot specialist and sur-
geon Dr. JACK GOLDSTEIN re-
cently returned from a tour of
the eastern United States, where
he spoke about his personal ex-
periences with short fasts and
vegetarianism as a means of re-
storing and maintaining health.

* * *

Rabbi EUGENE J. SACK, of
Cong. Beth Elohim, Brooklyn, has
been designated by the Department
of Defense to conduct a religious
retreat for all Jewish chaplains in
Europe to be held in Berchtes-
gaden, Germany, Jan. 13-17. Rabbi
Sack is a member of the commis-
sion on Jewish chaplaincy of the
National Jewish Welfare Board
MISS JOYCE MAKROUER
which recruits, endorses and seri/es
Jewish
military chaplains.
Mr. and Mrs. Hy A. Makrouer
of Greenfield Rd., Southfield, for-
merly of Flint, announce the en-
Rabbi Maurice Lamm, who has
gagement of their daughter Joyce
been active in Jewish chaplaincy
Alison to Martin M. Pevmer, son
work
for the past
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pevzner of
12years,has
Pennsylvania Ave., Southfield.
been appointed
Miss Makrouer was graduated director of chap-
from the University of Michigan. lain personnel of
Mr. Pevzner graduated from the the National Jew-
University of Detroit and is now ish Welfare
attending Wayne State Univer- Board commis-
sity's medical school. He is a sion o n Jewish
member of Phi Lambda Kappa chaplaincy. In his
and Aesculapian Honorary Society. new post, Rabbi
Lamm directs
A June 25 wedding is planned.
that phase of the
corn-
Hanuka Torch From Israel chaplaincy
mission 's pro-
Finds Way to New York gram which is
NEW YORK (JTA)—A Hanuka devoted to the
torch kindled in Israel was pre- recruitment a n d Rabbi Lamm
sented to Mayor John V. Lindsay endorsement of full-time and part-
and Sen. Jacob K. Javits at the time Jewish chaplains for service
Garment Center Congregation Sy- to Jewish servicemen and hospita-
nagogue in Manhattan. The torch, lized veterans.
flown here from Israel, was car-
ried in relays from John F. Ken- Cancer Foundation
nedy Airport to the synagogue, 18
miles distance, by 100 boys and Honors L. M. Simons
girls who are members of the Ma-
sada Zionist youth organization,
an affiliate of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
The torch was handed to Mayor
Lindsay by 19-year-old Cindy
Wershals, of Rockville Center,
L. I. He passed it to Jacques
Torczyner, president of the ZOA,
who passed it in turn to Sen. Ja-
vits; Israel Consul General Re-
haveam Amir; Murray Putter-
man, president of the congrega-
tion; and Rabbi Aaron Decter,
its rabbi. Torczyner said the re-
lay was held to symbolize Ha-
nuka's message of freedom and
Leonard Simons (left), De-
to show Americans "a sign of
troiter known for his philan-
Israel's desire to live in peace
thropic interest in numerous
and security."
charitable activties l o c ally
In Israel, runners carried torches and on international levels,
from the gravesite of the Macca- receives a specially in-
bees at Modin to Jerusalem and
scribed plaque from Dr. Brock
to the northern and southern re-
Brush, chairman of the board of
gions of Israel. Runners, mem-
trustees of Michigan Cancer
bers of the Maccabee Sports Or-
Foundation, upon his retirement
ganization, brought a torch to the
from the executive committee.
West Wall in Old Jerusalem where
Chairman of the board in 1966
it was received by Mayor Teddy
and 1967, Simons has been a
Kollek. It was then taken to the
member of the board for many
home of President Zalman Shazar.
years, has served as crusade
Another torch was brought to the
chairman in the early days of
grave of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Is-
the cancer control program and
rael's first president.
has received citations of merit
from civic, fraternal, religious
and charitable organizations on
Yiddish Popularity Dips
local
and national levels. Simons
to 30 Pt. in 30 Years
will maintain his membership
TORONTO (ZINS) — Canadian and interest in the foundation as
Jewry is assimilating, language-
a member of the board of trus-
wise, according to a recent poll
tees.
on the popularity of Yiddish in
Canada.
A similar poll conducted in 1931 JNF Builds 9-Mile Road
showed that 95.4 per cent of the to the Top of Mt. Hermon
Jews in Canada considered Yiddish
Wire
(Direc t JTA Teletype s)
New
their mother tongue; in 1941, 76.2
JTA
to
Per cent; in 1951, 50.6 per cent;
JERUSALEM — The Jewish
and in 1961, 29.6 per cent.
National Fund reported Tuesday it
had completed construction of a
Medical Art
nine-mile road to the summit of
The medical art is not so cut and Mt. Hermon, near the Lebanese
dried that we cannot find some border in the area occupied by
authority for doing whatever we Israel in the Six-Day War.
please. If your doctor does not
An Israeli garrison is stationed
think it good for you to sleep, to
drink wine or to eat of a particu- on Mt. Hermon. The road will
serve
these units and Israeli sports-
lar dish do not worry; I will find
You another who will not agree men skiing on the slopes of Mt.
Hermon.
With him.—Montaigne.

Inventor
It has been said that necessity is
the mother of invention. If true, it
seems strange that the world con-
AVRAHAM SUTZKEVER, Is tains so many people in desperate
rael's foremost Yiddish poet, was circumstances. I rather suspect
honored here at a dinner given by that relaxation is the mother of
the World Federation of Bergen- invention. —William Feather.
Belsen Associations for his out-
standing contributions to the liter-
ature of the Holocaust on the occa-
sion of the publication by the
Bergen-Belsen Memorial Press of
his new book of poetry, "Poems
For
or Vision and Immagincrtion
of the Sea of Death."
in furnishing Your Home
GREENFIELD AT 1014 MILE
Lydia Eskenazi, Joint Distribu-
tion Committee public relations
representative in Greece, will be-
gin a month-long tour of American
Jewish communities on Jan. 6, it
w a s announced
by Samuel L. Ha-
ber, JDC execu-
tive vice chair-
man. A veter
Suburban
of more than
years of oversea
service with JDC„
M r s . Eskenazi'
will report on re -
cent develop-
ments in Europe,
North Africa and
Israel. Others Mrs. Eskenazi
who will come for four- to
six-week tours are Egon Fink,
JDC representative in Austria,
from Feb. 27 through March 24;
and Evelyn Peters, JDC day car
consultant in Geneva, from April
14 through May 15. In addition,
Paula Borenstein, JDC press rep-
resentative for France, will tour
the U.S. on behalf of the United
Jewish Appeal from Feb. 24 to
March 24.

F

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.---Anatole France

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