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June 30, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-30

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ri Vita Herring Good
I for Summer Meals

People Make News

One of the foremost scientific
associations in the world, the
American Society of Biological
Chemists of New York, elected
PROF. EPHRAIM KATCHAL-
SKI of the Weizmann Institute
of Science as an honorary mem-
ber.

SIDNEY "DUKE" SINGER
has joined Morrison & Frumin,
Inc., members of the Detroit
Stock Exchange, as a registered
representative. Singer, a resident
of Oak Park, was formerly in the
wholesale food business.

*

A HIGHLY EFFECTIVE
Way to woo heat-weary appe-
:. Cites is with Vita herring in
Cream or wine sauce. The
tangy goodness of herring
adds a refreshing touch
served as an appetizer, in a
main dish, salad or in a sand-
wich. The traditional home-
style herring is ready to serve
just as it comes from the
glass jar.

,I

The American Conference of
Cantors, at its eighth annual con-
vention, at the Raleigh Hotel,
S. Fallsburg, N.Y., elected CAN-
TOR ARTHUR M. WOLFSON as
president for a two year term.
* * *

WILLIAM HORDES, of the

Hordes Insurance Agency, is at-
tending a four-day Columbua Mu-
tual Life Insurance Co. conven-
tion at Stanley Hotel, Estes Park,
Colo., having earned the right to
attend the convention by being
named as one of the leading
agency heads in the company in
1960. Mrs. Hordes and their

New. York Times reporter daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and

IRVING SPIEGEL was honor-
ed by the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, for dis-
tinguished reporting of Jewish
news during the past fifteen
years at a special luncheon at
the UAHC House of. Living
Judaism, New York. The lunch-
eon marked. the first time that
the synagogue body of Reform
Judaism had chosen a member
of the profeSsion of journalism
for a special citation.

made up of representatives of the
UAHC, Central Conference of
American Rabbis and Jewish
Chautaugua Society. Harold Du-
binsky of St. Louis is chairman
of the interfaith commission.
* *
Mrs. CHARLES HYMES •of
Minneapolis, president of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
received the University of Minne-
sota's Outstanding Achievement
Award at the University's annual
'College of Education Alumni As-
1 sociation Meeting for "national
leadership in lay religious work."
* * *
Former New York State Su-
preme Court Justice SAMUEL I.
ROSENMAN was named by Presi-
dent Kennedy as a member of
the fact-finding board, under pro-
visions of the Taft-Hartley law,
in the seamen's strike.

* * *

HOWARD H. FINSILVER,
Business Men's Assurance,
AUSTIN A. KANTER, National
Life of Vermont, and GORDON
R. MEIS'NER, Indianapolis Life,
are among the Detroit members
attending the annual meeting of
the 1961 Million Dollar Round
Table, organization of top life
insurance salesmen, at Ameri-
cana Hotel, Bal Harbour, Fla.
*
Max M. Fisher, 1961 Torch
Drive general chairman, named
NORMAN MATTHEWS to a sec-
, ond term as labor co-chairman.
Matthews, vice -president Inter-
national UAW, director of UAW's
Chrysler department, and a mem-
!ben of the United Foundatio
board of directors, also is servi

Mrs. Edward Wishnetsky, accom-
panied him to the convention.
* *
Rabbi BALFOUR BRICKNER,
who formerly held the Temple
Sinai pulpit in Washington, has
been named as the first director
of the commission on interfaith
activities of Reform Judaism it
was announced by Rabbi Maurice
N. Eisendrath, president of the his second year as chairma
Union of American Hebrew Con- the labor participation comm
*
*
gregatioris: The commission is
NORMAN ROTTE
Schaefer, a recent gradu
Wayne State University
School, will intern at Fo
pital, Detroit. He was na
the Alpha Omega . Alph
orary medidal society.
g: * *
JUSTICE PHILIP HAL
of the New York State Sup
Court and DR. HERBERT WE
SLER, professor of law at Colu
bia Law School, have been ap-
pointed to serve on the nine-
member Temporary State Com-
mission on Revision of the Penal
Law and Criminal Code.
*. * *
DR. ARTHUR J. HELFET of
Capetown, president-of the South
African Orthopedic Association,
and DR. STANLEY M. LEVEN-
SON, chief of the department of
surgical metabolism and physiol-
ogy of the Walter Reed Army
Hospital, will join the faculty of
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva University.

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A vivid

of the W

to the Jewish Community Center that it

close its facilities on the Sabbath. We also

urge the board of the Jewish Welfare

Federation to exert its influence in behalf

of this request.

Last Sabbath, over the overwhelming

opposition of congregational and corn-

munal religious and lay leadership, the

Jewish Communit

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g account

rising

.

this compel!
ovel by the author
of Battle
odus claims as Its
hero—the
le as represented
by a handfu
doomed men and wo-
men. Since de -mination and heroism
such as theirs le • to the creation of the
state of Israel—it is fitting- that Leon
Uris should have brought this proud
moment to life for all to remember. A
must in your own library . . . get your
copy of Mila 18 now in Hudson's Book
Shop ; Downtown, North-
land or Eastland.

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Friedmann, Kalmanoff
View Entrepreneurship
in New Columbia Book

During the postwar period, the
economic cooperation of private
enterprises from the. United

States and other advanced cowl-
tries with local private interests
and government agencies in the
Jess developed countries has be-
come an important means for
relating the resources of in-
dustrially developed nations to
the needs of less developed coun-
tries. How this joint investment
system has worked in practi6e is
the subject of a book published
by Columbia University. Press,
entitled "Joint International
Business Ventures."
Edited by Wolfgang G. Fried-
mann and George Kalmanoff, it
details the pros and cons of joint
ventures and assess • their global
significance among direct foreign
investments. It is based on data
gathered from studies conducted
in 12 countries and from inter-
views conducted with government
officials, economists, business-
men, and lawyers concerned with
this aspect of foreign investment.

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WE AGAIN RENEW
OUR OPEN REQUEST

are that we will

with our efforts

ter to revoke its re-

I icy of Sabbath opening.

e now turn to the men and women

of the Jewish Community who look with

disfavor upon the Center's opening on the

Sabbath to mobilize themselves in sup-

port of our program.

Give us your moral aid now by join-

ing the Committee of the Thousand — a

committee of laymen and rabbis who

protest the Center's action ! Send in your

letters of protest to the boards of the

Jewish Community Center and . the Jewish

Welfare Federation!

We will not desist from our deter-

mined effort to restore proper Sabbath

observance in a Jewish communal in-

stitution.

Members of the

Detroit Rabbinate and

Synagogue Presidents

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