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July 30, 1976 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-30

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Friday, July 30, 1976 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Taubers Celebrate 70th

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
(Eva) Tauber will celebrate
their 70th wedding anniver-
sary at Sabbath morning
services Aug. 7 at Cong.
Beth Abraham-Hillel. The
children, grandchildren,
great-grandchildren and
niece and nephew will co-
host a kidush reception fol-
lowing the service. Friends
and the congregation are
invited.
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern
and Cantor Shabtai Acker-
man, with the synagogue
choir led by Associate Can-
tor Israel Fuchs, will con-
duct the service.
Five years ago, in honor of
their 65th wedding anniver-
sary, the couple was hon-
ored with the naming of the
week-day chapel in their
honor. A gift for the Chapel
will be presented to the con-
gregation by the grandchil-
dren and great-grandchil-
dren.
The Taubers were born
in Austria and came to the
United States shortly after
the turn of the century.
They met in New York

the family at the celebra-
tions.
A private family dinner-
dance will be held Aug. 22 in
the banquet hall.

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Wed Aug 11, 9am, to 7pm
FREE COFFEE Et CAKE

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THE TAUBERS

City, were married there
and came to Detroit in
1913. Their children are:
Judge and Mrs. Nathan J.
(Beatrice) Kaufman, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph (Sarah)
Tauber of California; Mr.
and Mrs. Jack (Gina)
Tauber, Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing (Ruth) Fenchel, and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
(Jeanette) Feldman, Ann
Goldman of Florida and
Beatrice Tauber.
Mrs. May Zwirling, sister
of Mrs. Tauber, also will join

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Zuckerman reported that
60 delegates from 24 coun-
tries throughout the world
participated in the meetings
over which he presided.

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World Fund-Raisers Spurred
by Jewish Agency Committee

Unification of efforts by
Jewish communities
throughout the world in
support of Israel was ef-
fected at meetings held in
Jerusalem last week by the
Jewish Agency's World
Fund-Raising Committee
that began to function two
years ago under the chair-
manship. of Paul Zucker-
man.
Emphasizing the primacy
of the Jewish Agency and
the Keren Hayesod, the
world committee issued an
appeal to world Jewry to
increase the fund-raising as
well as educational pro-
grams and to avoid duplica-
tion of efforts or overlap-
ping that leads to diversity
in fund-raising, Zuckerman
reported upon his return
here this week from the Je-
rusalem meetings.

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Zuckerman stated that a
major accomplishment at
the Jerusalem sessions
was the formation of the
Institute of Leadership
Development out of which
he sees the growth of lead-
ership, greater inspiration
for increased generosity to
Jewish Agency and Keren
Hayesod funds and the
creation of a cooperative
spirit to enhance the
worldwide unification of
tasks for Israel through
the Jewish Agency com-
mittees.

The Jewish Agency World
Fund-Raising Committee

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Correction

The name of the late Dave
Weiner was misspelled in
his obituary appearing in
last week's Jewish News.
The Jewish News regrets
the error.

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