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September 14, 1973 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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36—Friday, Sept. 14, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Sends Aleh Decorations
to Detroiters Who Served in '48

Fourteen Detroiters have
received citations from the
Israel government for their
role in the War of Inde-
pendence.
The Aleh Decoration went
to the following:
Rudolph J. Newman, Air

Force; Charles E. Crudging-
ton, Air Force; Jules Done-
son, Infantry; Harold Duboff,
Air Force; Ben Fingeroot,
Air Force; David Fink, Air
Force; Sherell Gordon, Air
Force; James Kane, Air
Force; Robert Leeds and
Peggy Leeds, Paratroopers;
Leo Majzels, Air Force; Dr.
Eugene I. Pious, Field Surg-
eon; Harry Weinsaft, Aliya
B e t (illegal immigration);
and Edward Chinsky, Air
Force.
Forms for David Saferstein
and Jack Branston also have
been sent to the government
of Israel, and their decora-
tions are expected shortly.

Birmingham Temple
Sets Lecture Series

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"Apartheid—South Africa
and Rhodesia" is the topic of
the first of two open Monday
lectures to be held 8:30 p.m.
Monday at the Birmingham
Temple. Rabbi Sherwin Wine
will speak. There is an ad-
mission charge.
Rabbi Wine will speak on
"The Jews—South Africa and
Rhodesia" 8:30 p.m. Sept.
24 at the Birmingham Tem-
ple.

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Max M. Fisher and Paul
Zuckerman are the two De-
troiters named on the 22-
member national committee
on control and authorization
of campaigns of the Jewish
Agency.
Isadore Hamlin, executive
director of the World Zionist
Organization's American sec-
tion, serves as the national
committee's coordinators.
The committee to coordi-
nate and control extracurri-
cular campaigns was consti-
tuted by seven American
J e w i s h organizations con-
cerned with the major fund-
raising activities in behalf of
Israel and relief of needy
Jews throughout the world.
Under the co-chairmanship
of Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson,
chairman of the American
section of the World Zionist
Organization, and Jack D.
Weiler, a national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal,

Beverly Sue Weiss
Weds Robert Cogan

the committee, which was strengthened National Com- Kol and Y. S. Shapira. Mem-
first created in 1950, is de- mittee in the U.S.," the co- bers of the Jewish Agency
voted to the maintenance of chairmen continued, "is nec- Executive on the Committee
the primacy of the annual essary to maximize the sup- are Acting Chairman Leon
United Jewish Appeal cam- port of the American-Jewish Dulzin, Ezra Shapiro, Ra-
paign and its cooperating community for the UJA. The anan Weitz, Rabbi Mordecai
local welfare fund and fed- primacy and priority of the Kirshblum and Joseph Klar-
eration campaigns through- UJA must be reaffirmed in m an.
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Fisher and Zuckerman Named on Campaigns Control Body

MRS. ROBERT COGAN

Beverly Sue Weiss was
married to Robert P. Cogan
in a recent ceremony at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Cantor Jacob Harkin
and Rev. Sidney Rube of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiss
of Southwood Dr., Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Co-
gan of Bellerose, N.Y.
The bride wore a gown of
English net and Venice lace
with a matching lace head-
piece and silk illusion veil.
She carried roses and orchids.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
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were Lesley Schneider, Bar-
bara Horenstein, Denise Co-
gan, sister of the bridegroom,
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Best man was the bride-
groom's 'brother, M i c h a el
Cogan. Ushers were Michael,
Howard and Jonathan Weiss,
brothers of the bride, Jerold
Schneider and Mitchell Ci-
curel.
Following a honeymoon in
the Barbados and Trinidad,
the couple will live in Chevy
Chase, Md.

Hochberg Club Sets
Annual Fund Raiser

The Florence Hochberg So-
cial Aid Club will holds its
annual fund-raising luncheon
12:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Sut-
ton Place Apts. club house.
The organization, which has
been in existence for 27 years,
provides financial assistance
to blind handicaped children.
Among the charities the 13-
member club supports are
Penrickton Nurseries for the
blind, the asthmatic Chil-
dren's Hospital in Denver,
and the Tekuma and Hadera
homes for children in Tel
Aviv.

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