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August 16, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-16

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Friday, August 16, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS- 16

Promotions Announced for Six
Jewish Faculty Members of WSU

Promotions have been an-
nounced by the Wayne State
University board of governors
for six Jewish members of the
Wayne State University faculty.
Dr. Arnold L. Goldsmith,
24237 Fargo, has been named
as associate professor of Eng-
lish. Dr. Werner G. Heim, 20476
Warrington, has been promoted
to associate professor of biolo-
gy. Dr. Morton Levitt, 18707
Cherrylawn, has been elevated
to associate dean of the College
of Medicine. Dr. Hugo Mandel-
baum, 4030 Richton, has been
named professor of geology. Dr.
Max Mark, 24720 Manistee, Oak
Park, becomes professor of poli-
tical science. Dr. Eleanor P.
Wolf, 18515 Santa Barbara, has

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been named associate professor
of sociology and anthropology.
Dr. Goldsmith, a graduate of
Boston University and the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, has been
on the WSU faculty since 1953.
He is a native of Boston.
Born in Mulheim-Ruhr, Ger-
many, Dr. Heim received his
B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
from UCLA. He joined the
Wayne State faculty in 1957.
His parents live in Long Beach,
Calif.
Dr. Levitt, a graduate of
Wayne State University and the
University of Michigan, is also
professor of psychology at the
college of medicine and was
assistant dean before his pro-
motion to associate dean.
Born in Germany and a grad-
uate of the University of Ham-
burg, Dr. Mandelbaum was prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Day School
in Detroit (1940-47) after corn-
ing to the United States. He
came to the University in 1947
as an instructor.
Dr. Mark was born in Vienna,
Austria, and received his B.A.
degree from Vienna State Col-
lege and his J.D. from the Uni-
versity of Vienna in -1933. He
was a member of the faculty at
Western Reserve University be-
fore coming to Wayne State in
1952.
A native of Detroit, Dr. Wolf
was graduated from Central
High School and received her
B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
from Wayne State. She first
joined the WSU faculty as a
special instructor in 1945.

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Mr. and Mrs. Louis E.
Barden, of 25961 Raine, Oak
Park, and their 17-year-old son,
Elliot, have "adopted" an 18-
year-old boy, Rudolf Minnig of
Erlenbach, Switzerland, for one
year. He comes to the Bardens,
as Host Parents, under the
sponsorship of Youth For Un-
derstanding Exchange Program.
The objective of that organiza-
tion is to promote good will
and understanding between the
United States and other co-
operating f or e i g n countries
through the exchange of youth-
ful ambassadors at the high
school level.
Although Ruedi has com-
pleted his course in the Swiss
Gymnasium ( equivalent to our
high school), he will enroll in
the 12th grade of Berkley High
School where he will take
courses in English and Ameri-
can History and Civics. His
plans, upon his return to his
native country, are to study
towards a degree in medicine.

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Aid Society to Discuss A-Ban Agreement

On the recommendation of act as chairman. Discussion will
President Kennedy, the Berdit- follow. Everyone is invited to
chev-Keshenev Aid Society will this open meeting.
call a special meeting to pub-
licly discuss the A-Ban agree-
ment, 9 p.m. Monday, at the
PLANNING
Beth Yehudah Synagogue. Mr.
A
WEDDING?
Isadore Starr, attorney, will be
the main speaker. Mr. Nathan
A BAR MITZVAH?
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Lila Arlene Kash and Stephen
B. Zorn were united in marri-
age in a garden ceremony at
Rainbow Terrace July 7, per-
formed by Rabbi E. Applebaum.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kash of Snow-
den Ave., and Mr. Edwin Zorn
of Appoline Ave. and Mrs.
Pearl Zorn, of New York City.
The bride wore a gown of
white peau de soie with a heart-
shaped bodice of Alencon lace,
the same lace was set in the
full length skirt which fell into
a chapel train. Her headpiece
was of Crystallized Apple blos-
soms and a peau de soie rose
held • her fingertip veil. She
carried a white Bible covered
in white orchids and stephano-
tis.
The maid of honor was
Madalon Zorn, sister of the
bridegroom. Bridesmaids were
Marilyn Levine, the bride's
sister, Irene Kash, Roslyn Rad-
ner and Linda Lederman. The
junior-bridesmaid was Susan
Levine.
Andy Kohen served as best
man. Ushers were Jeffrey Zorn,
the bridegroom's brother, Dr.
Stanley Levine, Richard Rome
of Syracuse, N. Y., Joseph and
Allan Kash, the bride's broth-
ers. The junior usher was
Dennis Kash, and Steven Le-
vine was the ring-bearer.
After their honeymoon at the
Concord in New York the
couple will make their home on
Scotia in Oak Park.

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Start Construction
of Detroit Dormitory
at Hebrew University

Construction is about to be-
gin on the Detroit Dormitory
at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem.
Leonard N. Simons, a mem-
ber of the local committee that
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Delicatessens,
Seymour Siporin, midwest di-
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rector of AFHU, informed
Restaurants.
Simons:
"The head of our Develop-
m e n t Department estimates
that the building will be com-
pletely ready by August, 1964
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