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July 07, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-07

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Compile Record
of Ex-Residents
of Bobruisk Area

The National Jewish Welfare
Board has announced that Bar-
bara A. Schram, 200 E.," 79th
St., Manhattan, and Melvin Gold-
stein, 42 E. 95th St., Brooklyn,
are the winners of JWB's 1961
National Merit Fellowships in
the field of social work.
They were selected from
among 44 young men and wo-
men from all parts of the U.S.
and Canada who competed for
the fellowships. The fiel
narrowed down to to
sts.
The two winners
selected
after all ten
been inter-
viewed and t
school records
and referen
checked.
The fell w s 'h p s, in the
amount of $
each w•
used for Miss an
MISS NANCY FALK
Goldstein's graduate education
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Falk of in social work, preparatory to
career as professional social
Quincy Ave. announce the e
TO
orkers in a Jewish Corn-
gagement of their dau
nter or YM-YWHA.
Nancy, to Barry Stepha
chif- munity
rin of New Rochelle,
Y.
People
it easy—they can
Miss Falk is a r
of
Michigan size up ever ne but themselves.
the Universi
s affiliated with
where sh
Delta
psilon sorority. Her
fian
s a graduate of Colum-
bi
niversity and is presently
nding the C • 1
is Orchestra
Ask About
()di, where h• i-
em
f the Phi Delt
fra-
EW TRIO
or Afternoon Parties
ernity.

ST. LOUIS, (JTA) — The
Episcopal Diocese of Missouri
is contributing $2,500 to the
building fund of Temple Israel,
a Reform congregation.
Bishop George L. Cadigan
said it was a gesture of thank-
fulness for the "Judeo-Christian
heritage
hat kindness
p
w is • ms from
is Temple."

not bear t

iniqu
ther, ne'
sha the at
ini-
bear
q
of he son "
zekiel.

WIDENBAUM & SON

DIAMONDS

Designers and Manufacturers
of Fine Jewelry

We carry a very large selec-
tion of Diamond Rings and

Wedding Bands at SPECIAL
PRICES FOR JULY!

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WO 3-5301

cGill U. Alterna
oards
for ewish Students

MONTREAL, (JTA) —McGill
University authorities were dis-
closed to have agreed to a re-
quest that • additional dates be
arranged for Jewish students to
take college board tests which
usually are given on Saturdays.
The National Joint Public Re-
lations Committee of the Ca-
nadian Jewish Congress and
Bnai Brith reported the r
had been submitted •
ebru-
ary and that an affirmative
reply had been received from
W. K. Mol
princi
• the university.
university official in-
med the committee that the
officers of e college board
"have de •
to authorize
day a
lege bo
s
a, e
Canal Zone,
xico
t
Indies in
itio
• i
. 1
United ates. is be ef-
fective with the December 1961
and following test adminis
tionS."
The official
at the
change would
eluded in the
1961-62
ge board bulletin
rmation so that, -starting
next December, any student or
school wishing to apply for Sun-
day testing would have instruc-
tions on how to do so.

Drive carefully—try to_remem-
ber that pedestrians carry no
spare parts.

3 Off
50%
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off

CHILDREN'S APPAREL

NEW ORLEANS MALL

10 MILE at GREENFIELD
EL 6-6302

Open Daily 9 to 9

DOROTHY FARBER (Goldberg)
ANNOUNCES

HER ASSOCIATION WITH MABEL'S TEA ROOM
13031 W. 7 Mile Road, nr. Outer Drive
It Will Now Be Known As the

MAY- DOT RESTAURANT

Featuring: Businessmen's Lunches, Full Course Dinners, Evening Snacks
OUR PASTRIES ARE BAKED ON THE PREMISES
OUR COFFEE IS THE BEST!

Tell Your Friends, and Meet Me at May Dot, 13031 W. 7 Mile near Outer Dr.

-

PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW HOURS:
Monday thru Thursday 'HI 12 Midnight:
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 'tiI 2:30 A.M.

TRY OUR SMORG-A-STYLE BRUNCH SUNDAYS, SERVED FROM 10:30 A.M. TO 1:30 P.M.

mar iimai,aa TZ

DR. IRVING GREENBERG, sity, where he earned a B.S. de-
assistant professor of history of gree in 1956. A native of De-
Yeshiva College in New York, troit, he is also a graduate of
has been awarded a Fulbright Mumford High School.
He belongs to the Schoolmen's
grant by the U.S. State Depart-
ment to lecture in American Club and Kappa Nu fraternity.
history at Tel Aviv University He and Mrs. Madvin (the former
during the coming academic Beverly Seyburn) have a one-
year-old daughter.
year.
* * *
* *
DANIEL
J. VanANTWERP,
IVIANDELL
of
San
SUSAN
Juan Dr., a junior at the Uni son of Detroit Councilman and
former Mayor Eugene I. Van-
versity of
Antwerp, is hoping to follow his
on July 7 t
father's footsteps as a public
southern E
gram of the United States Na- servant, by seeking the Demo-
tional Stude nt Association, Edu- cratic nomination as a Constitu-
tional -Convention delegate from
cational Tra vel, Inc.
* * *
the 6th Representative District.
Mrs. DANTID W. KLAU of He is a northwest Detroit home-
New York has been elected a owner, residing with his wife
member of the board of gov- and daughter at 16904 Lilac.
ernors of Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, Dr. Nelson Glueck, Col-
lege-Institut e president,
t, an-
nounced. Sh e is a past president
of the S unshine Nurseries
which spon sors and operates
• Former residents of Bobruisk
New York day care centers.
and vicinity in Russia are being
* * *
CAROLE KISHNER, daugh- asked to submit their names to
committee that has been or-
ter of Mr s. Aaron Kishner, a
24751 Suss ex, sophomore at ganized to plan the publication
Wayne St ate University, is of a memorial volume "to corn-
'' -IPP.P9777-
.--
among the 49 students who
sailed for Israel on June 30 to
spend a ye ar of study at the
' •'•

Hebrew Uni versity of Jerusalem
under the American Student
Program, it was announced by
the Americ an Friends of the
Hebrew Uni versity, which spon-
sors the pr ogram.
* * *
MRS. HE TRY KORENTHAL
(GLORIA R ODIN), daughter of
former Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Goldberg
Hordes
Herman L. Rodin, of Los Ange-
les, Calif., was named a dele
gate to the Bnai Brith conven- memorate the former glory of
tion in Las Vegas. She is the the area," William Hordes and
newly:electe d president of the Mrs. Saul- Share, Detroit com-
Bnai Brith Chapter of Burbank, mittee members, announced this
week.
Calif.
The world committee, under
* * *
WALTER S. COHN has been the name Irgun Yotzei Bob-
appointed advertising director ruisk u'brotheho, has been or-
and district sales manager for ganized in Israel under the
the states of Michigan, Ohio, chairmanship of Kadish Luz
Illinois and Indiana for the (Luzinsky), Speaker of
Maryland Match Company, a di- Knesset, Israel's Parliame
U. S. Navy Chaplain
vision of Maryland Cup Corpora-
tion of Baltimore. Cohn, a na- L. Goldberg is chairma
tive of Detroit, will return here American committee.
In addition- to Bob sk, the
from Buffalo, New York, where
he has been branch sales man- communities whose fd er
corn-
ager for a paper products com- dents' names are b
piled in the world c
ittee's
pany.
record include: Liuba h, Swis-
* * *
Isipo-
lovich, Lapich, Chol
EDISON MARSHALL h a s vich,
Starii Dorogii, Da
onova,
just completed work on "West _Hlusk,
Azarich, Parich,
he-
With the Vikings," his new drin, Berezina.
novel recreating the saga - of
Former residents of these
Leif Ericson and the discovery communities
are urged to sub-
of America 500 years before mit their names
to Mrs. .Saul
Columbus. The book will be Share, 13310 Rosemary,
published by Doubleday in . Park, telephone LI 2-5985. Oak
September.. Marshall is begin-
ning research on another major
historical novel, to feature the Organized Jewish
great Jewish hero,, Bar Kochba, Communities Operate
who led a revolt against the in Red Chinese Cities
Romans and drove them out of
LONDON, (JTA) — Jewish
the Holy Land in 130 C. E.
* * *
communities are still being
SAMUEL WEINGARTEN, for- maintained in arbin
merly of Schenectady, has been and Tient • , as well a
or •
ort r
appointed regional director of the Peking,
from the Jewish
East and West Central regions ceive
y of Shanghai.
of the Council of Jewish Federa- co
communication, wi-
tions and Welfare Funds.
* * *
d sed to the world executive
the Agudas Israel Organiza-
KALIL S. ROSENBERG, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Baruch Rosen ion, disclosed that the Chinese
Government had lot 'd flour
berg of Wisconsin Ave., stude
for the b ng ot. Last
of the Rabbinical Department
year ,83 gr
the Academy for Higher Je
f
uper-
Learning in New. York, has
visio
mer Jewish
appointed rabbi of the S
cemeter
city limi
County Jewish Center in
to a
w cemetery outs'
Jersey.
* • *
Shang , the report said.
The community provi
538
GARY F. MADVIN, 2043 A p-
certifi-
poline, has been named a r re- death certificates a
to appli-
sentative of National Life I ur- cates of interme
of the world
ante Company of Vermont. e cants in many p
and it maint •
complete files
is associated with the firm's
of the
ds of the nearly
troit general agency headed
ews who found sanc-
Austin A. Kanter, one of tw
National- Life offices in Detroit. tuary in Shanghai at the time of
Madvin previously taught at Cody the Nazi persecutions in Europe.
High School. He majored in eco-
nomics at Wayne State Univer- Want ads bring fast results!

Jewish Welfare Board Episcopal Diocese
Grants in Social Work Gives $2,500 to Help
Go to New Yorkers
Build Missouri Temple

1961 `L, AInf 'anti

People Make News

Nancy Falk to Wed
Barry Schifrin

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