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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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Beth Abraham Taking Nursery Registration

Registrations for the Beth Abra-
ham Nursery fall session, to start
in September, are now being ac-
cepted.
Morning and afternoon sessions
for the 3-to-5 year olds will be

YOUR CANDID COLOR

ALBUM
FINER
WINER

offered, as well as full-day ses-
sions with lunch included.
Transportation will be provided
for Oak Park and Southfield
youngsters to the new synagogue
site, Maple Road in West Bloom-
field Township.
For further information, call
Mrs. Morrey Prujansky, 358-3721.

Pelzner-Stettner Rites
to Be Held in December

The speech pathology service of
Sinai Hospital has received ac-
creditation by the American
Speech and Hearing Association,
Dr. Julien Priver, executive vice
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
president of Sinai, announced.
Speech service, a division of the
department of rehabilitation medi-
cine, has been providing services
for children and adults with speech
AND ASSOCIATES
and language handicaps since
MISS SUSAN PELZNER
1953.
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Kenneth Cleveland is chief of
Mr. and Mrs. Mervin J. Pelz-
the service and Mrs. Shirley Mac- ner of Marlow Ave., Oak Park,
Classified Ads Get Quick Results Donald is pathologist.
announce the engagement of their
daughter Susan to Daniel C. Stett-
ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Stettner of Talbot Ave., Huntington
Woods.
Miss Pelzner recently received
her bachelor of science degree in
incoin Shopping Center
education from Wayne State
(Formerly at 7 Mile - Schaefer)
University. She was affiliated
there with Delta Phi Epsilon
Featuring: the Finest in

Carl's Kosher

Meat & Poultry Market

Sorority, serving as its president

Prime and Choice Meats plus
the most modern shopping
conveniences.

in her senior year. Her fiance, a

Member
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Assoc.
OPEN SUNDAY

psychology graduate of Wayne
State, is continuing his studies
there.

Stop Inflation—Save at Carl's
Homemade Pickled Tongue, Corned Beef
and Rolled Begf

Little Torchlighter
Lights a Fire in
Upcoming
t!! Drive

FLOWER
HILL

5, who is under care for cerebral
palsy, was imi—iuced as a Torch-
lighter for the 1971 United Foun-
dation campaign.
Susan and two Detroit young-
sters, all patients at Detroit Ortho-
paedic Clinic, 5447 Woodward, are
cast in starring roles for the 23rd
annual Torch Drive Oct. 12-Nov. 4.
The clinic is among 164 health
and community agencies benefit-
ing from the campaign.
Susan and her parents plan a
late summer move to the Troy
area.

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Irving Aaron celebrated his 75th birthday at a dinner party given
in his honor July 10, at the home of his children, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert
(Linda) Bez of Harvard Rd., Southfield. The party also was hosted
by his children Dennis and Marilyn Aaron and Richard Aaron. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Liebo of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs.
Sander Yewlow of Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Boris Aronovich of
New York.

Local delegates of CARIH, the Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute aind Hospital, attended its annual convention in Denver Sat-
urday through Tuesday. They are. president Mrs. Max Robiner, Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Lutz and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolf, Detroit League; Mrs.
Harold Strauss, Northwest Chapter of Detroit; and Mrs. Helen Teno-
war and Mrs. Edmund Oklat, Greater Dearborn Chapter.

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Boris Smolar's

'Between You
... and me'

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, JTA
(Copyright 1971, JTA Inc.)

PILLARS OF STRENGTH: Two top executive figures in American
Jewish communal life—Gottlieb Hammer and Philip Bernstein—have
been honored in Israel. The occasion was their 60th birthdays.
At an impressive luncheon tendered to them by the board of gov-
ernors of the reconstituted Jewish Agency at the King David Hotel, in
Jerusalem, the two were lauded for their services to the Jewish people.
The gathering was attended by a selected group of prominent Ameri-
can Jewish leaders and prominent Israelis. A few days earlier, Hammer
and Bernstein were elected associate members of the new Jewish
Agency Executive. This indicated not only recognition but also that
they will be carrying a good deal of the burden in the planning and

a way complementing each other
in their functions on the American Jewish scene. Philip Bernstein—
affectionately called "Phil" by lay and professional leaders in all
Jewish communities—is the force which, in a quiet way, makes Jewish
communal life in the U.S. and Canada tick and expand. Gottlieb
Hammer—known to all as "Got"—dedicates himself to securing maxi-
mum financial aid for Israel's needs. He has quite an enviable record
in this field. He achieved many important things for Israel quietly,

some of them in critical moments for the Jewish state.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gross,
THE ARCHITECT: Much can be written about Phil Bernstein and
21478 Dequindre, Warren, were on
his excellent way of running the organized system of American Jewish
hand when their daughter, Susan, communal life-
As executive vice president of the' Council of Jewish

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Friday, July 30, 1971-27

A December wedding date has
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been set.
Hammer and Bernstein are in

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Association Accredits
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Federations and Welfare Funds, he is the man who stands guard over
this system. He also stimulates its expansion.
To the more than 800 Jewish communities in the U.S. and Canada
served by the CJFWF—to their lay and professional leaders—Phil
is the architect, organizer and coordinator of Jewish 'communal opera-
tions. He is also the engineer who watches from his office how the
operations function.
It would take too much space to enumerate the responsibilities in
which Phil is involved. His altertness keeps him always busy and hard-
working. Yet he always finds time to listen to new ideas that can be
used for improving and expanding Jewish communal life. And he acts
on every new and useful idea. He is a "doer."
A man of positive thinking. he is also engaged in building more
understanding and greater cooperation between 'national Jewish
agencies. To him the totality of Jewish life counts. He has cemented
the relations between the communities and the United Jewish Appeal
helping to assure the greatest results in massive support on the part
of the federations and welfare funds for the critical needs of Israel
and Jews in other overseas lands.
He came into organized Jewish community life in 1934, when he
graduated in social administration from Western Reserve University
and joined the Cleveland Jewish Federation. Today he is considered
the "number one" among Jewish social workers. His modesty plus his
warmth as a human being add to the other qualities which make him
so popular.
THE BANKER: "Got" Hammer has been executive vice-chairman
of the United Israel Appeal since 1960 and executive director of its
predecessor the Jewish Agency for Israel, Inc. for a decade before
that. The best characterization of him is the saying of his friends "In
Got We Trust !"
An expert in banking and accounting, he succeeded—in his prac-
tical and energetic way—to attract the interest of leading American
non-Jewish bankers to Israel. He obtained from them very substantial
loans at great advantage for Israel. In this he established for himself
an enviable reputation both in the American financial world and in
Israel.
He led bankers' missions to Israel composed of non-Jewish finan-
ciers who have never been there before.
Another field in which "Got" has shown ingenuity was the secur-
ing of substantial private American capital for housing in Israel. Next
to the problem of "war and peace," housing has been the major prob-
lem in Israel since the establishment of the state. "Got" contributed
a good deal to finding American investors willing to help solve this
problem.
He• came into the field of Jewish work from banking and public
accounting, when he joined the directorship of the Palestine Pavilion
at the New York World's Fair in 1939. He later became the comptroller
of the Jewish National Fund, comptroller of the American Section of
the Jewish Agency and subsequently held leading executive positions
in the United Israel Appeal, and other agencies dealing with Israel's
financial interests in the United States. He was also the president of
the American Israeli Shipping Company. He is a member of the board
of governors of the Weizmann Institute of Science, a member of the
board of directors of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and of other lead-
ing institutions.

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