More Firms Move In
as Boost to Detroit,
Jack Caminker, president of the
Detroit New Center Action Council,
said that much publicity has been
given recently to movement of
business firms out of the city, but
comparatively little to the numer-
ous companies that move in.
Caminker says he has been told
that no figurei are available on
move-ins and move-outs. He said
it is significant to him, however.
that office building occupancy in
downtown Detroit, which was 85
per cent in 1964, rose to a_remark-
able high of 96 per cent in 1968.
Caminker says that real estate
men report a lack of property in
Detroit, not lack of customers, as
their chief problem.
Caminker is vice president of the y
Fisher New Center Co. which owns
the Fisher Building. the New
Center Building, Howard Johnson's
New Center and Howard Johnson's
Downtown motor lodges, and other
prdperties in Detroit.
Radomer Meeting Set
'Radomer Aid Society will hold a
special meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
at the Workmen's Circle Center.
Refreshments and games will
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, March 21, 1969
Joyce Schubiner to lied
activ ities in Society
Mr. Max Weinberg of North Park Towers celebrated his 80th birth
day at a party given by his wife Stella for members of their immediate
family at the Standard Club. Guests included his four children, Mrs. C.
Anoff of Glencoe. Ill.; Mrs. R. Krause of Northbrook, Ill.; Mrs. A.
Colman; and Mrs. P. Rothschild. The Weinbergs have 11 grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Isidore and Samuel D. Rosenthal of Cadillac Sq. recently returned
from a visit to Los Angeles and Tucson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gordon of Northfield Blvd., Oak Park, were
recently honored on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary
with a surprise dinner party at Cong. Bnai Moshe. The affair was given
by the couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Gordon and Lawrence
performed by the
Howard and Phyliss Diane Gordon. A ceremony was
Gordons' uncle, Rabbi Herbert S. Eskin. who officiated at their wed-
ding. Parents of the couple, Mr. and Mrs. Lazar Hawines and Mrs.
MISS JOYCE SCHUBINER
Bessie Gordon. also participated in the event.
The Bodzin Family Club met Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Shwedel of
Milton Duchan, 24601 Harding, Oak Park. The meeting followed the Wildwood 4ive., Oak Park, announce
club's attendance at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra's 1969 Kresge the engagfement of her daughter
' Joyce Leslie Schubiner to Steven
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Koffman and son, Stanford, of W. Eight Mile Franklin Shwedel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Shwedel of Miami.
Rd. will move Wednesday to settle in
Youth Aliya, Hadassah to Be Honored
Ben Weider, president of the In-
ternational Federation of Body
Builders, has announced that his
organization has donated a com-
plete Olympic set of weightlifting
equipment to the Eighth World
Maccabia Games. The games
will be held in Israel July 28-
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Miss Schubiner, daughter of the
late Mr. Melvyn Schubiner, is a
Wayne State University graduate
and currently is working on her
masters degree in art education.
Her fiance, a graduate of Florida
State University. attends the Emory
University School of Dentistry in
An Aug. 3 marriage is set.
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The cast for "Stop the World—They Want to Get On," a program
to be presented by Detroit Hadassah 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Temple
Emanuel, includes (from left) Mesdames Bruce Koploy, Louis J.
Wohl, Morton Benson, Marvin Zeskind and Jack Abramson. Not pic-
tured is Mrs. Harry W. Strauss. The program will be in celebration
of the Youth Aliya's 35th anniversary. (See story on Page 29.)
• • •
NEW YORK—When Youth Aliya, Youth Aliya institutions."
the international child welfare
Recently, children have also been
movement which saves Jewish coming from Latin and South
children throughout the world, I America, and "we are currently
celebrates its 35th anniversary this taking care of about 12,000 chil-
month, the International Union of dren."
Child Welfare will present a spe-
cial citation to the movement and
to Hadassah, its principle sponsor.
The ceremony will be held 12:45
p.m. Monday at Central Synagogue
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cameron
Community House, 123 E. 55 St.,
of Greenfield Rd. announce the
before 500 .Hadassah leaders.
of their daughter
Many of the children were saved
during World War II when Euro- Paula Ilarriet to Frederick Grin-
and Mrs. Nath-
pean Jewry was being largely de-
aniel Grinnell of Philadelphia.
In recent years, migration to Miss' Cameron, a graduate of
Upiversity of Michigan, received
Israel under Youth Aliya auspices
d masters of education degree
has reflected greater subtlety in
om Boston University, where
discriminatory practices against
was elected to Pi Lamda
Jews around the world, said Mrs.
honorary society. Mr. Grin-
High Salpeter, national chairman
nell is a graduate of Clark Univ-
of Youth Aliya at Hadassah.
and is now a PhD can-
The Youth Aliya network
Hadassah supports consists of 77 didate in biochemistry at Tufts
School of Medicine. A
children's villages, educational June 29 wedding
and agricultural institutions; 166
children's houses in agricultural
settlements; 18 centers for teen-
agers; five special schools and
in an interview last week at
Hadassah's national offices, Mrs.
Salpeter said that during 1967 and
1968, children from France, Mo-
rocco and Turkey came to Israel
to complete their education "in a
more favorable environment at
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The engagement of Honey Conn
to Steven Michael Frank is an-
nounced by her parents, Bernard
Lawrence Conn of Masch St. and
Geraldine Conn of Thatcher Ave.
The prospective bridegroom is the
son of Mrs. Jack Frank of Schae-
fer Ave., and the late Mr. Frank.
The couple was graduated from
Wayne State University where
both attend graduate school. A
June 22 wedding is planned.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Roth of
Pittsburgh announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Ann to
Marshall Hyman Waldman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Waldman of
Kipling Ave., Oak Park. Mr. Wald-
man is a senior in the Wayne State
University School of Law. A May
24 wedding is planned.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gorlick of
Stout Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Janis Char-
lene to James Edward Knighton,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Knigh-
ton of Lathrup Rd., Lathrup Vil-
lage. Miss Gorlick is a fine arts
major at Wayne State University.
Her fiance is also a student at
Wayne. The couple has set Aug.
17 as their wedding date.
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University will spon-
sor a square dance 8:30 p.m.
March 29 in the ballroom of the
new Student Center. Refreshments
will • be served. Sy Simms will be
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