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February 14, 1964 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-02-14

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Friday, Fe bruary 14, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS-28

Dedicate Vaad Harabonim Month

People Make News

Susan Ellen Bloom
to Wed Martin Smith

MRS. J. B. HENDLER, Ye-
DR. JOSEPH DUNER, profes-
sor and chairman of the depart- shivath Beth Yehudah PTA
ment of political science at president, will head a Detroit
Grinnell College, Iowa, has been d e l e g a t i on representing the
school, at the 16th convention
Included on the committee and among sponsors of the 26th appointed David W. Petegorsky
professor of political science at of the National Association of
annual banquet of the Vaad Harabonim (Council of Orthodox
Yeshiva University, it was an- Hebrew Day School PTAs Sat-
Rabbis) are (from left) Rabbis Joshua Sperka and Chaskel
nounced by Dr. Samuel Belkin, urday and Sunday in Long
Cohen,
Nathan
Soberman,
Ernest
L.
Citron,
Grubner, David J.
president. The David W. Pete- Beach, N.Y.
Max Biber, Charles Feinberg and Morris Karbal.
* * *
gorsky Chair was established in
*
*
\-•'‘
DR. MARTIN BARR, dean of
1961 by the Yeshiva College
Spiritual leaders are devot- Kapustin, U of M. Prof. Alumni Association in memory the College of Pharmacy at
ing their sabbath services to
of the late executive director Wayne State University is serv-
kashruth in observance of Vaad to Present 1st of Two
of the American Jewish Con- ing as general chairman of the
Harabonim Month, announced
gress who died in 1956 at the 11th annual Joint Pharmacy
Dialogues
at
U.
of
M

Rabbi Leizer Levin, head of
Seminar sponsored by the WSU
Dr. Max Kapustin, director age of 41. * * *
Beth Din (Jewish Court by the
College of Pharmacy and the
of
the
Bnai
Hillel
Foundation
Vaad), and Morris Dorn, chair-
WSU Pharmacy Alumni Asso-
LAWRENCE
L.
SCHAEN
of
at
Wayne
State
University,
and
man, synagogue committees.
ciation. HAROLD ELLIAS is a
MISS SUSAN BLOOM
The month, beginning Satur- Prof. George E. Mendenhall of New York was named chairman member of the seminar com-
and
GORDON
B.
ZACKS
of
day, will be marked by special the Near Eastern Studies De-
mittee. The seminar will be
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Bloom,
tributes to the traditions and partment of the University of Columbus vice chairman of the Feb. 25, at the Community Arts
National
Committee
on
Leader-
19724
Canterbury, announce the
Michigan,
will
present
the
first
role of the Vaad Harabonim
Auditorium and the McGregor
(Council of Orthodox Rabbis) in a series of two dialogues on ship Development of the Coun- Memorial Conference Center. engagement of their daughter
"Jesus The Man and His Teach- cil of Jewish Federations and DR. WILLIAM BLOCKSTEIN, Susan Ellen to Martin S. Smith,
in the community.
The council has called for ings" 7 p.m. Sunday at the W e l f a r e Funds, it was an- assistant to the dean, WSU Col- son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
nounced by Louis Stern of New-
the support of the community U. of M. Hillel Foundation.
In these dialogues, Which ark, CJFWF president. The lege of Pharmacy, will moderate Smith, 17353 Northlawn.
in advance of the 26th annual
an afternoon panel session dur-
Miss Bloom received her BA
banquet, to be held by the are the third and fourth ses- committee evaluates and assists ing the seminar.
community
training
programs
sions
of
Hillel's
current
series
in journalism and is a gradu-
council and Merkaz on March 1
on "The Jews and Jesus," Rab- for leadership and prepares
ate of the College of Education
at Cobo Hall.
Rockwell Talk 'a Bore,' of Wayne State University. Mr.
A council statement also bi Kapustin will concern him- guides for the placement and
urged that congregations des- self with "The Jewish Heritage involvement of the "graduates" Report College Students Smith is a graduate of the De-
ignate the shabbat portion of Jesus" and Prof. Menden- of these programs in campaign
HEMPSTEAD, L.I., N.Y., troit College of Law.
A July 26 wedding is planned.
"`Truma" as Vaad Harabonim hall will be discussing "The activities and year-round serv- (JTA)—Guarded by more than
New Testament Sources in the ice.
Sabbath, states Rabbi Isaac
150
unfirmed
and
plainclothes
*
*
*
Stoliman, president of the Perspective of the Old Testa-
police, George Lincoln Rock-
ment."
DR. MAX W. BAY, physician well, leader of the American Winds Buffet Israel;
Vaad.
Rabbi
Kapustin
received
his
and civic and Jewish community
David J. Cohen is president
M.A. a n d leader, was unanimously elected Nazi party, addressed about Cold Damages Crops
of the Merkaz, laymen's organ-
1,000 students at Hofstra Uni-
Ph.D.
degrees
president of the Jewish Federa- versity here.
ization whose aim is to unite
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—Freezing
in
Semitic
tion-Council
of
Greater
Los
Detroit Jews to further and
cold,
snow and high winds buf-
The
majority
of
the
audience
languages, Angeles at the JF-C board of
strengthen Judaism and its in-
fetted Israel causing consider-
found him a "bore."
philosophy
and
directors meeting. He succeeds
fluence in cooperation with the
Before he talked, Dr. Ran- able damage to crops particu-
history from Superior Judge Irving Hill, who
Vaad.
Heidelberg for three terms served as head dall W. Hoffman, dean of larly citrus groves last week.
Guests of honor will be Mr.
Naharia in the north was cut
University. of the Jewish community's plan- students, and Robert Van
and Mrs. Julius Rotenberg.
Four years ning, budgeting and fund-rais- Leirop, president of the stu- off by the raging Gaaton River,
dent council, told those in the and other roads in the Galilee
later he was ing organization.
hall that their speaker's phil- were submerged by high waters.
Interfaith Relations
ordained rab-
* * *
osophy was "repulsive," but Jerusalem had snow and tem-
bi at the Rab-
in Colombia 'Excellent'
Robert
W.
Whittington
of
the
that he had a right to be peratures just above zero.
binical Semi-
NEW YORK (JTA) — Rela-
Chicago Travel Center, 17 N. heard.
nary
of
Ber-
Coast guard v e s s e l s and
Kapustin
tions between the Jews of Col-
State St., Chicago, announced
Two pickets paraded in front planes went into action seeking
lin.
ombia and the general popula-
t
h
e
appointment
of
M
E
L
of
the
hall,
but
there
were
no
a 17-year-old Greek sailor who
Arriving soon after in Ameri-
tion are "excellent," it was re-
BOWSER as manager of the De- demonstrations against Rock-
ported here by Alfredo Stec- ca, Dr. Kapustin served as troit branch office to be located well's appearance. He told the was swept into the sea off Haifa
kerl, vice president of the Cen- rabbi in Danville, Va., for ten at 2970 W. Grand Blvd.
audience he felt he was speak- during the gale windstorm.
tro Israelita Filantropico of years until 1948 when he as-
ing before "one of the most
*
*
*
Barranquilla, who is visiting sumed the directorship of the
ANN GERMANETTI has been liberal, leftist and Jewish uni-
WSU Hillel Foundation.
this country.
appointed Director of the famed versities in the country,."
Dr.
George
E.
Mendenhall
Steckerl, who is also president
About 50 per cent of the near-
of the Hebrew Union School of has been on the U. of M. fac- Fontainebleau Hotel's million ly 8,000 students at the uni-
dollar Spa and Health Club in versity are Jewish.
Barranquilla, said that apart ulty since::
Mami Beach according to an an-
from a few older members of 1951 after
The student council, the uni-
nouncement by Fontainebleau versity's alumnai association,
the Jewish community there having taught
President Ben Novack.
and ENTERTAINMENT
who required some aid, the in the Ham-
the board of trustees and the
BY
* * *
community had no welfare ma Divinity
faculty all issued statements
School, Luth-
DR. ALICE MIEL, professor condemning Rockwell's views.
problems.
of education and chairman of In his speech, Rockwell denied
The Hebrew Union School, eran Theo-
UN 3-5730
the department of curriculum he was anti-Semitic, saying he
he said, has an enrollment of logical Semi7
UN 3-8982
and teaching at Teachers Col- was "only anti-Zionist."
260 children, 60 of whom are nary and the
lege, addressed the 22nd annual
non-Jewish, and is consider- Johns Hop-
pedagogic conference conduct-
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ed the top-flight school of kins Univer-
ed by the Jewish Education
Barranquilla, a city of 500,- sity, where
he
t
o
o
k
his
Mendenhall
Committee of New York, Sun-
000.
Non-Jews are -eager to send Ph.D. in 1947 under biblical day, at the High School of Art
WHAT EVERY YOUNG LADY SHOULD KNOW
their children to the school, he archaeologist Dr. William F. Al- and Design, New York.
bright.
about the Ritualarium
*
*
*
reported. Among the prominent
Chairman of the Committee
personalities who visited the
RABBI
RICHARD
C.
HERTZ
Call
Mrs.
Hilda Cohen — WE 3-8799
on Studies in Religion in the
school recently was the bishop
of Temple Beth El, will repre-
U. of M., College of Literature,
For Information About the New Modern Mikvah
of the city, Msgr. German Ga- Science and the Arts, Dr. Men- sent the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety,
in
Adrian,
Feb.
26.
varia.
denhall is a member of the
The 1,000 Jews living in Bar- board of trustees of the Luth-
ranquilla form about 8 per cent eran Theological Seminary in
of the total Jewish population Chicago, has held the annual
of Colombia, the majority of professorship in the American
40 GROUP TOURS TO HOLIDAY IN
whom live in Bogota and Gali. School of Oriental Research in
Steckerl praised action by Jerusalem and is author of
the World Jewish Congress in "Law and Covenant in Israel
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
New York in aiding small Jew- and the Ancient Near East."
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30 p.m.
ish communities in the search
Like all the other sessions p.m. -Monday at the home of
Many With Stopovers in Europe
for qualified community per- in the present series at Hillel, Jean Friedman, 18034 Green-
sonnel.
lawn.
Ann
Rubin,
hospital
chair-
the dialogues are open to the
To Match your Dreains,your Budget & your Schedule
He reported that through public and are given in the man, announces that a package
WJC help he has been in touch Zwerdling-Cohn Hall of the containing games, playing cards
with a rabbi in the United Hillel Building , 1429 Hill and fruit will be sent to the Vet-
States who had expressed his Street.
erans Hospital at Iron Mountain
willingness to become rabbi of
for distribution to the patients.
Package ?Al film%
the new synagogue recently
Mrs. Rubin also is planning a
TOURS INCLUDE:
`How to Select College' Passover seder for Jewish pa-
built in Barranquilla.
• 1st Class Hotels with 2 meals a day
Mumford Lecture Topic tients at the Battle Creek Vet-
• Sightseeing in Israel and Europe
• Services of multi-lingual guides
Detroit Couple Purchases
Mumford Parents Club will erans Hospital.
• Transfers between airports and hotels
Does not
Members are asked to donate
$50,000 in Bonds at
sponsor a talk on "How to Se-
include lam
• Participation in Holiday Festivities
Miami Beach Dinner
lect a College" for students and Passover foods and pastries.
* Roundtrip jetfare
Volunteers may call Mrs. Rubin
WEEKLY DEPARTURES
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. parents 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.
available at $535
BY AIR OR SEA
Speaker will be Dr. William at KE 5-4031.
Charles Grosberg helped launch
40
per
person
* *
*
the 1964 Israel Bond campaign L. Finni, director of admissions
SEE ISRAEL WITH THE PEOPLE WHO BUILT IT
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
in Miami Beach with a $50,000 and scholarships at Michigan
Far further information and FREE BROCHURE contact:
AUXILIARY
will
hold
its
annual
State
University.
Refreshments
Golden Trustee purchase.
Valentine Party 8:30 p.m. Mon-
Others at the recent Trustee will follow the meeting.
HISTADRUT TOURS DEPARTMENT
day at the home of Mrs. Ben
Dinner, at which $503,000 in
UN 4-7094
19161 SCHAEFER
Mrs. Carol Taylor, the former Pevzner, 17377 Northlawn. For
Bonds was subscribed, were the
Abner Wolfs, who made a Carol Pence, is a swimming information, call Mrs. Irving
Weintraub, BR. 2-2275.
coach in Florissant, Mo.
$15,000 Negev Trustee pledge.

HAL GORDON

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CHOICE OF PURIM, PASSOVER
& INDEPENDENCE DAY TOURS

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