Lawrence Gorey to Take
Amy Glasser as Bride
Friday, February 7, 1969-29
Greenbaum-Grey Vows THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
to Be Exchanged Aug. 3 Technion Publishes New Map of Israel
HAIFA—A new, eight color relief
map of Israel showing the June
1967 cease-fire lines has been pub-
lished by Cartographic Unit of
Technion Research and Develop-
ment Foundation Ltd.
The new map, lettered in He-
brew, includes the Golan Heights
and the West Bank of the Jordan
River. It also has an alphabetical
index of all the cities, towns, vil-
lages and settlements in the coun-
A smaller inset political map in-
JE :USALEM — First returns
from the 1969 Keren Hayesod
Emes tency Campaign for Israel in-
dicate that two important European
communities have increased their
cont .butions over and above the
reco:rd figures of the Six-Day War.
MISS AMY GLASSER
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin A. Glasser
of Moorland Dr., Grosse Pointe
Woods, announce the engagement
of their daughter Amy Helaine to
Lawrence Corey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Corey of Miller Ave.,
Miss Glasser is a senior at -the
University of Michigan and a mem-
ber of Collegiate Sorosis Sorority.
Her fiance, a graduate of U. of M.,
now attends its medical school. He
was a member of Phi Sigma Delta
Fraternity and is affiliated with
Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi
A June 22 wedding is planned.
Tl ese encouraging results were
annc unced here by Dr. Israel Gold-
steir, chairman of the Keren Haye-
sod who ascribed them to the reac-
tion of Jews and friends of Israel
to he French embargo and the
continued warlike actions of Isra-
Leaders of the French and Swiss
communities opened their 1969
campaign recently with 18 per
cent and 20 per cent increases, re-
spectively, over their record Six-
Day War contributions.
If these initial signs are a reli-
able indicator of the feelings of
other Jewish communities through.
out the world, Dr. Goldstein said.
it should be possible this year to
reach the 1967 record figure of
$150,000.000 contributed during the
Six-Day War period in 54 countries
where the Keren Hayesod is
active. This was in addition to
the $200,000,000 contributed by
American Jewry through _ the
United Jewish Appeal.
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MISS ANN GREENBAUM
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Green- clergymen to publicly oppose Hitler
baum of Oneida Ave., Oak Park, during the height of Nazi power in
announce the engagement of their the 1930s, arrived here to take up
daughter Ann to Leonard Grey, son his new post as cultural attache at
of Mrs. Lillian Grey of Edinborough the West German Embassy.
Dr., and the late Mr. Zigmund
Dr. Christopher Niemoller pre-
viously served as German consul
The bride-elect, daughter of the in Zurich. He visited Israel eight
late Edith Greenbaum, attends the years ago and spent two months
Wayne State University College of working at kibutz. He speaks some
Education. Her fiance received his Hebrew. Dr. Niemoller succeeds
bachelors degree in accounting at Dr. Gisela Rheker.
An Aug. 3 wedding is planned.
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Beth Achim to Cite
Past Presidents of
The past presidents of Cong.
Ahavas Achim and Beth Aaron
Synagogue will be honored at a tri-
bute dinner-dance 6 p.m. Feb. 16 at
the Schaefer building of Cong. Beth
The past presidents who will re-
ceive scrolls of appreciation are:
Joseph Braver, Phillip Chapnick,
Peter Chodoroff, Jonas Dworin,
Louis Ellenson, Dr. Manuel Feld-
man, Abe Friedman, Sanford Gor-
don, Harry Green, Dr. Marvin
Last, Isdaore Leeman, William I.
Liberson, Sam Loberman, Joseph
Lovy, Meyer Millman, Max Nosan-
chuk, Jack Shenkman, David Sil-
ver, Joseph Sulkes and Dr. Israel
Similar scrolls will be presented
to representatives of the families
of Albert Burke and Alex Margu-
lies, deceased past presidents.
Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will
precede the dinner. Dance music
will be furnished by Gene Miller
and his orchestra. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue UN 4-6428
or UN 1-5222.
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Open Thurs., Fri. Eves.
Detroit Socialites will hold its
annual Valentine dance 9 p.m.
Saturday at Berkley Masonic Tem-
Dance music will be provided
by George Grossett's orchestra.
Social mixers and refreshments
will be featured.
For information, Call Hilda blis-
ter, chairman, 547-8107.
We give to the poor and
comfort the sick.
And provide for the charities
Figuring, through this,
our redemption will stick.
When only our Faith
doth He score.
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In announcing the first large
social event arranged by Beth
Achim, the merged Beth Aaron
and Ahavas Achim, co-chairmen
Larry L. Guttenberg and Jerome
Silberman said that "The past
presidents of both previous con-
gregations deserve the apprecia-
tion of our combined member-
ship for their devoted efforts and
intelligent leadership which they
have demonstrated over the
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eludes the Sinai Peninsula and In-
dicates Israel's geographical posi-
tion in the Middle East in relation
to its Arab neighbors.
This new map of Israel, one of
several published by Cartographic
Unit of Technion, is especially suit-
able for schools, offices and public
institutions. Other maps in the past
were produced by Technion for the
Government Tourist Office and
other institutions. The same map,
lettered in English, is in prepara-
tion and will soon be available.
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