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September 28, 1962 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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People Make News

Robert H. Golden has been
appointed to direct the develop-
ment of financial resources for
the National Foundation for Jew-
ish Culture, it
was announced
by Edwin Wolf
2nd of Phila-
delphia, presi-
dent of the
t i o n. Golden,
who will take
up his duties
in New York
City on Oct.
1, has served
a s campaign
director f o r
the Greater
Miami Jewish
Federation in
Miami. and
for the United
Jewish Wel-
fare Fund of Toronto, Canada.
He has been associated with the
United Jewish Appeal, State of
Israel Bonds and the United
Foundation of Metropolitan
Detroit. Pie received his acade-
mic training at the University
of Michigan Graduate School of
Social Work. The Foundation re-
ceives suport from the Jewish
community of Detroit. Isidore
Sobeloff is a member of the
board of directors.
* *
Isidore David Passow has been
appointed executive secretary of
the YIVO Institute for Jewish
Research, J u l i u s Borenstein,
MV.471 chairman of the
executive, a n -
nounced. Pass-
ow did his un-
d ergraduate
work at the
College of the
City of New
York and his
graduate work
at the Dropsie
College in
phia and Ye-
shiva Univers-
ity in New
York. H e set-
tled in Israel
with his fam-
ily after the
e st ablish-
Passow m e n t of the
State, taught in the Ahad Ha'am
School in Tel Aviv and was
assistant to the chairman of
the executive council of the
Weitzmann Institute of Sci-
ence in Rehovoth. He was assist-
ant to the president of Dropsie
College until 1961 when he was
appointed executive director of
the New York University Jew-
ish Culture Foundation. He was
also lecturer in the School of
Education of New York Univers-
ity from 1957 until 1961.

Weizmann Institute of Science,
as president of the Israel Na-
tional Academy of Sciences, was
hailed as "a rare tribute to a
chemist of world distinction" by
Mr. Dewey D. Stone, chairman of
the American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute. Katzir-Kat-
chalsky, who heads the Insti-
tute's Department of Polymer
Research, was closely associated
with the late Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann, whom he joined in his
scientific work in 1948. He was
inducted into office by the Presi-
dent of Israel, Itzhak Ben-Zvi, at
a ceremony in Jerusalem this
week. He succeeds Prof. Martin
Buber, famed Jewish mystic
philosopher, as president of the
National Academy.
* * *
Rabbi Harold H. Gordon, ex-
ecutive vice-president of the
New York
Board of Rab-
bis, has accept-
ed the invita-
4 tion of t h e
United States
Air Force and
the Jewish
Welfare Board
to conduct
Rosh Hashan-
ah and Y o m
Kippur s er v -
ices in Taipei,
Formosa. Dur-
ing this period
Rabbi Gordon
has also been
Rabbi Gordon invited to visit
Jewish groups in Hong Kong,
B an g k o k , Saigon and Tokyo.
There he will establish closer
spiritual links between them and
American Jewry.

Jr., New York attorney, former
special assistant to the U.S. Sec-
retary of State, has been named
chairman of the Israel commit-
tee of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, A. M. Sonnabend, AJC
president, announced.
* * *
JULES L. FREED, of Scars-
dale, N. Y., has been elected
president and chairman of the
board of the Jewish Education
Committee of New York.
* * •
Appointment of Prof. AHAR-
ranking researcher in Israel's

those looking for unusual gifts,
students and teachers will find
the entire stock a treasure house
of bargains. For an example, one
beautifully illustrated art cata-
logue, normally priced at $5.00,
will be offered for 99 cents.
Announcement also was made
by Mrs. Winkelman that for
those attending this sale there
will be parking on the Museum
front drive.

Radio and Stamp Clubs
to Meet at Center

The. Adult Center Stamp Club
and Radio Club will meet 8:30
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, re-
spectively, at the Jewish Center,
18100 Meyers.
Adults interested in radio or
stamps are urged to attend.


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A Symbol of Quality

Beth Aaron Israel
Bond Fete Thursday

A Beth Aaron Synagogue
leadership reception will be held
at 8:30 p.m., Thursday. The re-
ception will be hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Ezriel Weissman.
Guest speaker will be Harry
Weinsaft, a survivor of Dachau,
a member of the U.S. Military
intelligence in World War II
and security officer on the
famous ship, The Exodus.
An added attraction will be
the movie of Eddie Cantor's 70th
birthday party in Miami.
The event will be a pre-High
Holyday function for Israel
Charles I. Jacobson is chair-
man of the Beth Aaron leader-
ship committee and members
include R a bb i Benjamin H.
Gorrelick, Joseph Braver, Philip
S. Chapnick, Morris Fenkell,
Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman, Morris
Harelik, Joseph Lovy, president
of the congregation, Hymen Mar-
golis, Meyer Millman, Allan Ro-
* * *
senberg, Rubin Shaywitz, Jack
Rnai Brith announced the re- Sh e nkm a n, Max Silverman,
appointment of ISSAC WAG- Thomas Tannis and Ezriel Weiss-
NER, Chicago business execu- man and Cantor David Bagley.
tive, to its international board

of governors.
* * *

Mrs. Stanley J. Winkelman,
chairman of a committee of
more than 60 members of the
Founders Society of the Detroit
Institute of Arts, announces that
a mammoth sale of art books,
fine prints, sculpture reproduc-
tions and other gift items from
the publications desk and shop
of the Art Institute of Arts will
be held Oct. 2 and 3, from noon
to 9 p.m., in the Great Hall of
the Museum.
Co-sponsored by the Founders
Society Volunteers Committee,
the sale offers thousands of fan-
tastic bargains in note papers,
out-of-print b o o k s, collectors'
catalogues, crystal and pewter
that regularly sell for much
Mrs. Winkelman said that

During the 88 years since the first Sanders store was
established in Detroit, the familiar "Sanders script" has
become a symbol of quality in good-things-to-eat.

There's a friendly feeling about this Sanders signature;
and an element of pride, too, as if it had been written
boldly by a man who had the utmost faith in the things
he made. This Sanders signature has appeared on many
millions of candy, baked goods, and ice cream packages;
on every one it was a guarantee that the contents were
the finest the consummate skill and the highest quality
of ingredients could produce!

Opera Arias Await
Ranucci's Guests

An "Opera Potpourri" featur-
ing an international cast of all-
star performers will be in store
for diners at Ranucci's, 7030
West 7 Mile, an Sunday, Monday
and Tuesday evenings.
This entertaining addition to
the elegant dining at Ranuccis
requires no cover charge. Two
performances will take place at
7 and 9 p.m. Sunday and 8:30
and 11 p.m. Monday and Tues-
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1 5 - TH E DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay , September 28, 1962

Mammoth Sale of Art Books, Fine
Confucius Say .
Prints at Art Museum Oct. 2 and 3,
Under Mrs. Winkelman's Direction
Orient adventure with

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