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March 12, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-12

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Milan-Robinson -Vows
Will Be Exchanged

People Make News

The president of the Italian
Republic has bestowed upon
BENJAMIN LEVINSON, presi-
dent of Franklin Mortgage Corp.,
the degree of knight in the Order
of Merit of the Italian Republic
(Ordine al Merito della Re-
pubblica). The degree confers on
Levinson the title of cavaliere.
This honor has been given to
Levinson as a token of apprecia-
tion for his efforts on behalf of
Italian culture in Detroit. Insignia
of the order and the diploma will
be given to Levinson by Dr. Pietro
Rinaldi, Italian consul.

* * *

MISS NANCY MILAN

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milan of
Canterbury Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Nancy
to Richard Stephen Robinson, son
of the Arthur D. Robinsons of
Snowden Ave.
Miss Milan is a student at
Wayne State University. Her
fiance attends the University of
Michigan, where he is affiliated
with Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
He will enter WSU's medical
school in the fall.
A Dec. 15 wedding is planned.

Men's Clubs

The DADS CLUB OF HILLEL
DAY SCHOOL will hold its first
general meeting 8 p.m.. Tuesday at
the Ten Mile Jewish Center. All
fathers of Hillel students are in-
vited. There will be a selection of
officers and adoption of by-laws
drawn up by the steering com-
mittee. The schedule of events
will be discussed.
* * *
FURNITURE TRAVELERS OF
MICHIGAN elected as president
Adolph Schwartz. Mel Palant and
Herman Sussman are vice presi-
dents; Marry R. Kaplan, secretary;
and Archie C. Goldberg, treasurer.
Board members elected are Herb
Carson, Jack Fisher, Howard Mah-
ler, Mitch Mandeberg, Jerry Snitz,
Stanford Solovich, Gerald Finn,
Adolph Ehrenfeld and Jack Gor-
don.
* * *
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S
CLUB will present highlights from
"Fiddler on the Roof" for the en-
tire synagogue membership 8:30
p.m. March 25 in the social hall.
The musical production is directed
by Cantor Reuven Frankel.

This is the
hotel the
Israelis voted
Israel's best

The ultra-smart Sheraton-Tel Aviv
— beside the fabled Mediterranean..
Beautiful rooms. Fabulous food.
Lavish pool. Just a stroll from all
the excitement of bustling Tel Aviv.
Nightclubs. Sidewalk cafes. Yiddish
drama.
The Israelis, in a recent survey,
voted it Israel's best hotel. The
finest recommendation of all.

For Insured Reservations, call a
Travel Agent or any Sheraton Hotel.

Sheraton-
rel Rvivilotel

Tel Aviv, Israel

(Continued from Page 1)

d

JNF Council Leaders
Hold 2-Day Conference

DR. CHARLES LIEBMAN, as-
sistant professor of political sci-
ence at Yeshiva College, has been
awarded a post-doctoral fellowship
by the Society for Religion in
Higher Education, it wa s an-
nounced by Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean.
The fellowship will enable Dr.
Liebman to study the underlying
reasons for constancy and change
in religious values throughout his-
tory. He will undertake his study
at Columbia University.
* * *
CHARLES H. GERSHENSON, a
former member of Wayne State
University's board of governors,
was named governor emeritus at the
board's recent meeting. Gershen-
son served on the board for one
year, having been appointed by
Gov. Romney Jan. 21, 1964. An-
other governor emeritus is Circuit
Court Benjamin Burdick.
* *
DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING,
JR., civil rights leader and win-
ner of the Nobel Peace Prize, was
guest of honor at the recent in-
auguration rally for the drive of
the women's division of the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater New
York. Dr. King received the Elea-
nor Roosevelt Memorial Awards of
the New York USA women's divis-
ion for "enhancing the dignity of
man." Contributions totaling more
than $1,400,000 toward the 1965
goal were announced at the rally.
*
*
MRS. SOL Q. KESLER (Matilda
Garvett) has been named patroness
member of Sigma Alpha Iota, na-
tional music society. Mrs. Kesler
is past president of the Music
Study Club here and is present
treasurer of the Detroit Music
Settlement School. Vice president
of the Tuesday Musicale, she will
represent the group at the Na-
tional Federation of Music Clubs'
biennial convention at Miami Beach
in April.
* * *
DR. AARON L. RUTLEDGE, head
of the counseling and psychother-
apy program at the Merrill Palmer
Institute, addressed 40 graduates
of Sinai Hospital's Shapiro School
of Nursing Thursday at the Jewish
Center. Dr. Rutledge, president of
the American Association of Mar-
riage Counselors, is chairman of
the Wayne County Committee on
Outpatient Mental Health Care
presently making recommendations
to the State Mental Health Com-
mission.
* * *
GORDON B. ZACKS of Columbus
has been appointed chairman, and
DAVID L. WELT MAN of Boston
vice chairman. of the national com-
mittee on leadership development
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds. Zacks
served as CJFWF vice chairman
during 1964 and is regional chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal's
leadership cabinet. Weltrnan is the
chairman of the young leadership
group of the Combined Jewish
Philanthropies of Boston and a
former co-chairman of the lawyer's
division of the CJP.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, March 12, 1965

Several local representatives of
Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
have been recognized by the na-
tional offices recently. David
Steinhardt, of the Centre office,
placed $1,000,000
in life insurance
for the first time.
Married to the
former Elaine
Schultz, the
Wayne State Uni-
versity graduate
has been invited
to participate in
a five-day busi-
ness conference
Steinhardt with the Metro-
politan president and company of-
ficers at the Riviera Hotel, Palm
Springs, Calif., next week. Also
present from Detroit will be mil-
lion-dollar men Leonard L. Radner
and Lawrence B. Wayne. Another
local agent, Michael S. Newman,
of the Gratiot District office, was
recently appointed insurance con-
sultant and will continue his sales
and service activities. He recently
returned from New York, where
he participated in a special ad-
vanced training course related to
estate planning and business life
insurance underwriting.
* * *

MRS. ROBERT S. DREWS will
participate in a psychodrama ses-
sion on creativity at a conference
sponsored by the American Society
of Group Psychotherapy and Psy-
chodrama March 19-20 in New
York. Mrs. Drews recently was
awarded a fellowship by the so-
ciety in recognition of her training
at the Moreno Institute, Beacon,
N.Y. Her husband, Dr. Drews, will
chair conference workshop sessions
March 19.
* * *
The Wayne State University Fund
honored LESLIE R. SOT-BITER, sec-
retary of the Hamilton Construc-
tion Co., and SAMUEL N. GER-
SHENSON, president of Golden
Key Motels, for their outstanding
contributions. Schmier received a
Gold Record Award for a specially
recorded appeal; Gershenson was
cited for leadership as chairman of
the board during the past year,
when the Fund set a new record
for alumni giving.
* * *
Mrs. AGNES E. MEYER, a prom-
inent leader in the fields of edu-
cation and the arts and widow of
Eugene Meyer, former chairman
of the board of the Washington
Post, was named the recipient of
the 1965 National Brotherhood
Award of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews. The award
was presented by Labor Secretary
W. Willard Writz at a dinner Wed-
nesday. Mrs. Meyer is chairman of
the National Committee for the
Support of the Public Schools.
* * *
The reappointment of three
Americans for a second term of
three years to the board of trustees
of the Dag Hammarskjold Interna-
tional Foundation was announced
in Stockholm at a trustees' meet-
ing. King Gusatv Adolf designated
JACOB BLAUSTEIN of Baltimore
and ANDREW W. CORDIER and
ERNEST A. GROSS, of New York,
among fourteen trustees appointed
to manage the Dag Hammarskjold
International Foundation, estab-
lished in September 1961.
* * *
BEN TOUSTER, American Jew-
ish community leader, 'former
president of the United Hias Serv-
ice and treasurer of CARE, was
honored by the Jewish Central
Committee, representative body of
Mexican Jewry. Touster, on a visit
to Mexico with his wife, made a
special study of the situation of
the Jewish refugees from Cuba.
Some of the refugees there are
awaiting U.S. visas.

OSS ALTY Co.

NEW YORK (JTA)—Presidents
of Jewish National Fund councils
from all parts of the nation held
a two-day conference here to map
plans to redouble JNF income for
the next four years.
The conference, convened by
Max Bressler, JNF president, unan-
imously adopted a resolution, in
response to a message from the
JNF headquarters in Jerusalem,
reading in part as follows: -
"Cognizant of the additional fi-
nancial obligations assumed by the
Keren Kayemeth Lelsrael, we sol-
emnly affirm our determination to
come to the aid of the State of Is-
rael, by redoubling the contribu-
tion of American Jews through the
Jewish National Fund, to the end
that the financial assistance be
commensurate with the urgency of
this crucial moment in the develop-(
ment of the Jewish Homeland." —

DR. E. D. PELLEGRINO, pro-
fessor and chairman of the depart-
ment of medicine, University of
Kentucky, will be the visiting chief
in medicine at Sinai Hospital of
Detroit 10:30 a.m. Thursday. He
will speak on "Recent Advances
in Knowledge of Bone Structure."
Dr. ERIC D. W1TTKOWER, pro-
fessor of psychiatry, McGill Uni-
versity, Montreal, will be the visit-
ing chief in psychiatry March 23-24.
On Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m., Dr. Witt-
kower will speak at the monthly
staff meeting of the psychiatric
division on "Transcultural Psychia-
try" and 10 a.m. Wednesday on
"Conceptual Models of Mind Body
Interaction in Psychophysiologic
Disturbances." All interested phy-
sicians are invited to hear both
men.
* * *

j

DR. RICHARD C. HERTZ of
Temple Beth El will represent the
Jewish Chautauqua Society as lec-
turer at Colombiere College in
Clarkston March 23. The rabbi will
lecture at a 7:30 p.m. assembly on
"The Making of the Jewish Mind."
* * *

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