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December 14, 1962 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 14, 1962 — 24

Doreen Kline Will
Wed Donald Sand

People Make News

DR. BELA SCHICK, prominent
pediatrician and immunologist,
was honored by New York's Beth
El Hospital at a dinner markiag
his 85th birthday with the an-
nouncement that a new nursery
center at the hospital would be
named for him.

MISS .DOREEN KLINE

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kline
of Sherman Oaks, Calif., an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Doreen Susan, to Don-
ald Grauman Sand, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Harry H. Sand of
Detroit.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of U.C.L.A. - Her fiance received
his master's degree from the
University of Michigan. A winter
wedding in California is planned.

Seidinan Named
• Romney Adviser

L. William Seidman, Grand
Rapids accountant, has been
named by Governor-elect George
Romney as Michigan's special
counsel for financial affairs.
Seidman, who failed to be
elected the state's auditor gen-
eral by 24,000 votes, on the Re-
publican ticket, at the last elec-
tion, is a member of one of
the state's largest accountancy
firms. A graduate of Dartmouth,
Harvard and the University of
Michigan, he has held univer-
sity teaching posts. His firm
currently is planning to open
branches in Europe.

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DALE G. RANDS, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel J. Rands,
19208 Parkside, was selected by
University of Michigan faculty
to receive the Haskins & Sells
Foundation $500 award as the
"outstanding accountant stu-
dent" at the university. A
senior, Rands last year was
elected to the Honorary Ac-
counting Fraternity at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. He plans
to undertake graduate work in
tax law upon receiving his de-
gree in June.
*
*
Mrs. PHILIP BERMAN, of
Allentown, Pa., has been named
as representative of the World
Jewish Congress on the non-
governmental organizations
committee of UNICEF.
* *
DR. JEAN B. ROSENBAUM,
19200 Canterbury, of the de-
partment of psychiatry of
Wayne State University College
of Medicine, presented a paper
entitled "Some Misuses and
Abuses of Our Private Lan-
guage," before the annual con-
vention of the American Psy-
choanalytic Association in New
York City, Dec. 7.

*
LOU CHESS, 21420 Parklawn,
Oak Park, sixth grade teacher
at Oak Park's James N. Pepper
School, was presented the Na-
tional Association of Parent-
Teacher Award for Distinguished
Service. The presentation was
made at the recent PTA annual
family night which honor e d
Chess with a surprise "This Is
Your Life" program. A dona-
tion was also sent in his name
to the Michigan Congress of
PTA Student Loan Fund. More
than 500 persons came to pay
him tribute for his dedication
to education and the community.
* * *
DR. FRANK F. ROSENTHAL
of Temple Anshe Sholom in Chi-
cago Heights, Ill., will represent
the Jewish Chautauqua Society
as lecturer on Tuesday and Wed-
nesday at Albion College and
on Jan. 14 and 15 at Hillsdale
College.
* * *
ZOSA SZAJKOWSKI was hon-
ored at a reception sponsored
by the American Academy for
Jewish Research and the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish
Culture, Dec. 5, on the occasion
of the appearance of his book,
"Franco-Judaica", an annotated
bibliography dealing with mate-
rials available in French li-
braries and archives pertaining
to the Jews of France from the
year 1500 to the French Revolu-
tion. Dr. Salo W. Baron, presi-
dent of the American Academy
for Jewish Research, interpreted
the value of this volume to the
field of Jewish scholarship.
*
Yeshiva University's Heritage
Awards for 1962 were presented
Sunday to HERBERT H. LEH-
MAN, former New York State
Governor and U.S. Senator, JO-
SEPH MEYERHOFF of Balti-
more, general chairman of the
United Jewish A p p e al, and
Meyer W. Gasner of Toronto,
Canadian Jewish leader, at the
University's 33rd annual dinner,
in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,
New York.

Ambassador PHILIP M.
KLUTZNICK, member of the
U.S. delegation to the United
Nations, will be the guest of
honor at the annual dinner of
Bnai Zion, Feb. 10, at Hotel
Americana, New York. Norman
G. Levine, President of Bnai

ca ge rernic s
Induction Today

Judge Joseph J. Pernick,
newly-appointed member of the
Common Pleas Court, will be
sworn into office at noon today,
in the auditorium of the City-
County Building.

Zion, said that Ambassador
Klutznick has been selected for
this honor "in recognition of
his outstanding contributions in
the service of our country and
his eminent record of achieve-
ments in behalf of the Jewish
people."

Seek Best Film
on Jewish Subject

Rabbi LEON FRAM has been
re-elected by the Board of Edu-
cation as a Member of the De-
troit Library Board.
*
*
MARK SHAPIRO, 2282 Webb,
was among 15 Explorer Scouts
who were guests of Detroit Area
Council Executive Board mem-
bers at a recent gathering to
hear General Bruce C. Clarke,
former commander-in-chief of the
U. S. Armed Forces in Europe
and a former president of the
Transatlantic Council of the Boy
Scouts of America. Shapiro was
sponsored at the luncheon by
Russell B. Robins, Cotmcil Ex-
ecutive Board member and vice-
president of the Jam Handy Or-
ganization.

The outstanding film and film-
strip dealing with Jewish subject
matter, released during 1962,
will receive a special award from
the National Council on Jewish
Audio-Visual. Materials, it was
announced by Dr. Samuel D.
Freeman, chairman of the na-
tional board of review of the
NCJAVM.
Awards will be made at the
13th annual meeting and work-
shop of the Council in May.
In announcing the award,
Freeman suggested that pro-
ducers submit information about
their films and filmstrips of
Jewish interest released in 1962
to Dr. Zalmen Slesinger, execu-
tive secretary, National Council
on Jewish Audio-Visual Materi-
als, 101 Fifth Ave., New York 3.

*

On the Record

By NATHAN ZIPRIN
A Budding Gaon .
The story is circulating in
Israel about a six-year-old boy
who had received his first re-
port card. When the youngster
whose father is a noted rabbi
in Jerusalem, came home from
the yeshiva with the report card,
he placed it rejoicingly on the
table where his father was bent
over sacred tome. The father
examined the report card and
'immured "good, only good."
The child was baffled for a
moment and remarked that
"good" was a nice mark. Where-
upon the father replied, "good
is good, but very good is bet-
ter," For a moment the young-
ster hesitated, then he said:
"We studied this week in the
chumash that everytime God cre-
ated something at the begin-
ning he said it was good. If
good was good enough for God
it is good enough for me."
The Negro Girl Hebraist
Large sectors of the country's
press last week gave prominent
coverage to a Jerusalem story
about a young American Negro
girl, Miss Joan West, who was
majoring in Hebrew at the He-
brew University with a • view
to teaching that language to
Jewish educational festivities.
She first made the newspapers
in 1958, and again in 1959, when
she was among a group of stu-
dents who were awarded prizes
by Dr. John J. Theobald, New
York City Superintendent of
Schools, for excelling in the
Hebrew Language contest con-
ducted by the Hebrew Culture
Council. Winning of those
awards helped Joan gain the
distinction of being accepted as
a student of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. The Hebrew Culture
Council, which has been con-
ducting Hebrew language con-
tests for more than twenty
years as an incentive for the
extension of the study of mod-
em Hebrew among American
youth, is sponsored by the Jew-
ish Education Committee of
New York.

Alpha Nu Parents
Host Undergraduates

The Alpha Nu Parents Club
will host a brunch for under-
graduates, their wives and com-
panions noon Sunday at the
Hayim Greenberg Center, 19161
Schaefer.

Worcester to Get
New Jewish Center

WORCESTER, Mass. (JTA)—
Plans have been adopted here
for the construction of a new
$1,250,000 Jewish Community
Center.

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the Jewish Music Center, 14863
Schaefer.
A full course dinner, songs
and dancing to the music of an
orchestra will highlight the af-
fair. For reservations, call Mrs.
Rose Baron, DI 1-9231.

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