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The name David Goldberg has
become_ . syriOnynious with puhlic
service.,-On his •70th birthday, on
April,1 lie is . certain to: be -
recipient of hundreds of messages-,
from ail, over the country,- -and
from Itrael, in appreciation ofl -
lahori he has rendered tirelessly --
and gifts-he hat made with great'.
eiterosity. - •
His birthday corresponds with
an important. decision he has just
made 7- his retirement- from the
newspaper distribution business
and the tale of his Park Newt
Agency to Ludington News Co. The -
family decision to make their home
in Florida brings regrets that , his
service will not be available to
• MISS 'DEBORAH EST
the many causes he has served.
As inspirer of - efforts here for
Mrs. -Tames Hope of Roily and
Mr. John Eby of Fenton announce Yeshiva University, David Gold-
He worked for Moses L. Annen- •
the- engagement of their daughter berg his gained national recog-
Deborah Ann Eby to hllchael L. nition. He has enrolled in the
berg and upon his marriage to
cause of Yeshiva U. the most
Balkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Florence Lafer the elder Annen-
prominent Detroit Jews, and the
Thomas Balkin of Red Oaks Tr.,
berg gave him the local agency
encomia given him included
for his papers as a wedding gift.
An August wedding is planned. special citations and university
That friendship has been re-
and when the Goldbergs
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When David speaks of having were in London two years ago they
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had a mere six-gade public school were the guests of U.S. Ambassa-
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education, his wife, Florence, dor Walter H. Annenberg.
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it points to Yeshiva U photographs in
From 1936,-Goldberg has been in
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the ranks of the Allied Jewish
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ac gowns and admonishes him: "You of the trades division in 1950, his
have gone through the school of co-chairman included Sam Frank-
life and are among the honored el, the present Allied Jewis Cam-
;K in highest circles for a good heart paign chairman, and Paul Zucker.
and a good mind."
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man, now national chairman of the
David, in turn, gives fullest United Jewish Appeal.
credit for what he - has been able
It is as founder of Detroit
to do to Florence. He recalls that Friends of Yeshiva University that
when he established the Park News Goldberg has gained national rec-
Agency she: had worked with him ognition. He has worked untiringly
for more than 10 years, and that also for Israel Bonds, Home for
the many activities and gifts had the Aged, Jewish National Fund
much of her share.
and Zionist Organization of De-
- - That is why, on her 50th birth- troit. • He is a member of Cong.
day, the annual Yeshiva Univer- Shaarey Zedek, Bnai David and
sity dinner was complimentary to Mishkan Israel and national affilia-
the 400 in attendance—David's gift tion include - most of the major
in his wife's honor. -
There is another distaff factor in
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Dozens of messages expressing
Goldberg's devotion to religions appreciation for his work in Detroit
needs.- His mother, the late Tzipa and nationally are cherished by the
Goldberg, was- devout, strictly ob- Goldbergs.
servant, a supporter of Yeshivat
They have two daughters, Susan
Beth Y _ eshuda. David Continued - a
family tradition which also had
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the support of his father, Morris
Goldberg:-lie labored for the Ye-
*va,-stave to it and collected for
it, and out of it grew a deep de-
vo "on and strong affiliation with
every religious movement in the
Actually, David ■ Goldberg's birth-
day was on Purim. He was 10.
when he cattle here from Russir.
with his parents. - At 14 he was an
errand -boy, at 18 he worked for
Maxwell Motor Co., and shortly
thereafter he began to sell news-
papers on the corner of Michigan
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He started his own newspaper
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business in 1921 on Woodward and
Monroe and became a wholesale
distributor in 1934..
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8 p.m. Tuesday on the subject "Is
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Walter I.. Field, chairman of the
congregation's cultural commis-
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MISS LINDA ROSIN
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Basin of
Northgate Blvd., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Linda Sue to Howard
Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Meyer of Templar Cir., Southfield,
and the late Mr. Marvin Owen.
Miss Bosin was graduated from
Wayne State University's college
of education, and Mr. Owen was
graduated from Eastern Michigan
An August wedding is planned.
• OSBORN HIGH SCHOOL will
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SIC," 8 p.m. ,today, Thursday and
March 17. For tirkets, call the
high school, 372-8920.
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