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January 22, 1960 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-22

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Sage-Siegel Nuptials
Planned for Ala rch

ews Brevities

.Talents of two distinguished
Two students of the Graduate
persqnalities—film star Edward School in the Natural Sciences
G. Robinson and author Leon of the Weizmann Institute of
Uris—are united in the half Science in Rehovoth, Israel,
hour picture documentary, gave their lectures for their
"Israel," coming to the Tele- Ph.D. degrees from the Hebrew
news Theater.
University. For Dr. JOSEPH
* *
KURTZ, a native of Poland, it
Mesdames LEONARD H. was a long tortuous career that
W E I N E R, GABRIEL ALEX- led to his doctorate at the age
KROLIK have been named to DROWICZ, 30, likewise had a
the steering committee for the varied career which began in
25th anniversary celebration of Poland.
* * *
the Women's Division, United
Community Service s, to be
Two Synagogue Council of
mark e d from Feb. 1 to 14. America leaders were named to
Principal highlights of the cele- key positions in the 1960 White
bration will be a banquet Feb. House Conference on Children
10, at the Sheraton - Cadillac and Youth. Rabbi MARC H.
Hotel and a concert by the De- TANENBAUM, executive direc-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sage, of troit Symphony Or c h es t r a, tor of the Synagogue Council,
Ilene Ave., announce the en- conducted by Paul Paray, on was designated chairman of the
gagement of their daughter, Ina Feb. 14.
copy committee, and Dr. BER-
* * *
Nancy, to Dr. Allen Siegel, son
NARD LANDER, chairman of
The HORDES A G E N C Y, the Synagogue Council Com-
of IVIr. and Mrs. Joseph Siegel,
17616 Wyoming, is being hon- mission on Family and Youth
of Liberty, N.Y.
Miss Sage is a graduate of the ored by the Columbus Mutual Welfare, was named technical
University of Detroit school of Life Insurance Co. for outstand- consultant on studies.
* * *
dental hygiene. Dr. Siegel, who ing production during a recent
studied at the University of campaign. Frederick E. Jones,
Buffalo dental school, is now Columbus Mutual president, chairman of the department of
interning at Sinai Hospital in will award the firm's Presi- biochemistry, City of Hope
dent's Cup to Earl Hordes. Medical Center, has been elected
Plans are being made for a Special recognition also will be a Fellow of the New York Aca-
March 8 wedding.
accorded to George Gray and demy of Sciences. Dr. Roberts,
William Hordes.
a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
* * *
versity, took his Ph.D. in bio-
SHELDON LEDERMAN, a chemistry at the University of
Detroit school teacher, has been Michigan in 1942 and was with
named chairman of the newly- the Manhattan Project during
organized Michigan Committee World War II.
* * *
for Stevenson for President, a
BRAUN, chair-
The sum of $11,700,000 in po-1
tential income has been secured I dacy of Adlai Stevenson for man of Yeshiva University's
by the Foundation for the Jew- President. Headquarters for the Department of French, received
ish National Fund through be- organization will be at 20501 the degree of the order of the
Chevalier des Palms Academ-
quests, assignments of insurance Westbrook, KE 3-8719.
* * *
iques from the French goVern-
and other gifts
to be used in
* * *
the develop-
spiritual leader and director of
Rabbi Emanuel Rackman,
ment of Is-
Beth Israel Center, in Ann
rael's s o i 1, it
Arbor,_ has been appointed to president of the Rabbinical
was announc-
the faculty of Eastern Michigan Council of America, announced
ed in New
University, in Ypsilanti, as an the appointment of Rabbi LEON
York by Judge
instructor in American history. KATZ, of Congregation Adas
Bernard A.
Rabbi Weinberg, formerly di- Israel, Passaic, N. J., as chair-
Rose n b latt,
rector of internal relations for man of the Rabbinical Council's
president of
the Detroit Jewish Community annual mid-winter conference.
* '* *
the founda-
Council, has been in Ann Arbor
tion, at a spe-
since 1953. During that time he
cial meeting
received his master of arts de- chairman of the Atomic Energy
of the Founda-
gree, and is currently a candi- Commission, has been elected
tion board of
date for a PhD in history. Rabbi a director of the Radio Corpora-
directors at
Weinberg, his wife, the former tion of Ameriea and National
the Woodstock
Al e z a h Dworkin, and their Broadcasting Company.
*. * *
Hotel which
three daughters, reside at 1113
w a s followed
PHIL deBEAUBIEN, publish-
Olivia, Ann Arbor.
by a Bon Voy-
* * *
er of the Detroit Times, will
age Dinner in honor Hanan R.
The renaming of RUTGERS serve as 1960 Wayne county
Yarden, world director of the PLACE on New York's lower Michigan Week chairman. His
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael Foun- East Side to WORLD ACAD- appointment was announced by
dation in Jerusalem, who has EMY PLACE will take place Thomas Adams, president of
just completed a two-year tour today, it was announced by Her- Campbell-Ewald Advertising
of duty as Acting Director of man H. Cohen, chairman of the Agency and regional chairman
the JNF Foundation in the committee for the celebration for the southeastern area of
United States. Yarden's accom-
of the 70th birthday of Rabbi Michigan.
plishments for the Foundation
* * *
Herbert S. Goldstein. In recog-
were cited by Mendel N. Fisher,
JNF national executive direc-
mer Detroit newspaperman,
tor; who made presentations on ord of service to the American who also practiced law here,
behalf of the Foundation board way of life, the Borough of later becoming associated with
of directors to Yarden and his Manhattan has decided to honor the Jewish Federation in Phila-
wife, who will depart for Israel him by changing the name of delphia, addressed the annual
Rutgers Place.
meeting of the Franklin Settle-
* * *
The Foundation for the JNF
A suspenseful drama is un- ment here, yesterday, in his new
was established for the purpose
capacity as director of the 1960
of creating funds to assure the folded in "LIBEL." Olivia de
White House Conference on
uninterrupted progress of JNF
Children and Youth.
work on Israel's soil. The funds Award winner, plays one of the
* * *
are derived from bequests, wills, most dramatic roles of her
assignments of life insurance, career opposite Dirk Bogarde
transfers of Israel bonds and in MGM's sensational court- of New York, will dedicate a
other gifts which establish p±.4- room drama, based on the New room in Yeshiva University's
ects in Israel in the names of York and London stage success, Leah and Joseph Rubin Resi-
the donors Or in their memory. the next attraction at the,Trans- dence Hall in memory of their
Lux Krim Theater, Woodward late son, Leroy.
*, * *
at Six Mile.
Two United Nations officials
will teach courses during the
. 5.0.011 Israel Philharmonic
Spring Semester, at Yeshiva
To Play in. Cyprus
University's Graduate School of
The Israel Philharmonic Or- Education, Dr. Benjamin Fine,
chestra will play two engage- dean of the school, announced.
ments in Cyprus at Nicosia on Dr. BENJAMIN COHEN,
the occasion of the celebration Chilean delegate to the UN,
of the country's declaration as will teach a course in the prob-
a republic. Jean Martinon, the lems of world geography. A
musical director of the Israel course in current economic
Philharmonic Orchestra, will problems will be taught by
conduct the concert on Jan. 30, LOUIS A. SHAPIRO, program
and George Singer will conduct officer of the UN Special Fund
the concert on Jan. 31.
.for Economic Development.

JNF Foundation
Progress Told
at Yarden Dinner;

Ann .Gottlieb to .Wed
Dr. Sidney H. Weber

Yiddish Dictionary
Due Soon, Detroit
Conference Is Told

Genie Sulkes, distinguished
Yiddish journalist, Warsaw
Ghetto fighter who survived
the Nazi terrors, on Sunday
addressed a conference of com-
munity leaders in behalf of the
local effort to support the pub-
lishing of the forthcoming "Yid-
disher Werterbuch" (Yiddish
Miss Sulkes explained that
the dictionary will appear in
10 volumes, containing a total
of 160,000 words.
Displaying galley proofs, she •
said that the first volume of
20,000 words already is in the
hands of the printers and that
it will be off the press shortly.
Wolf Snyder, chairman of the
MISS ANN BETH GOTTLIEB local committee, said that a
celebration - will be conducted
At a recent family dinner
locally_ when the first volume
party, Mr. and Mrs. Harold arrives.
Gottlieb, of Vassar Dr., an-
nounced the engagement of
Though he fall, he shall not
their daughter, Ann Beth, to be utterly cast down; for the
Dr. Sidney H. Weber, son of Lord upholdeth him with His
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Weber, hand.—Pslam 37, 24.
of Warrington Dr.
Miss Gottlieb attended Mich-
Music and Entertainment
igan State and Wayne State
Universities. Her fiance is a
graduate of the University of
Michigan school of dentistry,
and his Orchestra
and is affiliated with Alpha
DI. 1-1609
Omega dental fraternity.
An April 21 wedding is


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Women's Groups Set
Kashrut Discussions

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A majority of the 575 sister-
hoods of traditional Jewish con-
gregations which are members
of the Women's Branch of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America, will hold
special meetings during Febru-
ary to enhance observance of
the Jewish dietary laws, accord-
ing. to Mrs. Allen I. Edles, of
Woodside, N.Y., national presi-
An explanation of the effect
of modern food technology on
the centuries-old requirements
for maintaining a kosher home
will be a feature of the nation
wide educational program, ac-
cording to Mrs. Edles.



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