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March 19, 1965 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-19

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Bleier-Tobisman Troth
Is Announced Here

People Make News

Dr. David Golovensky, rabbi of
Beth El Synagogue-Center of New
Rochelle, N. Y.,
has been named
chairman of the
rabbinical advis-e
ory council of the
United Jewish
Appeal, it w a s
announced today
by Max M. Fish-
er, general chair-
man of the UJA.
The Council com-
' es prominent
Pris
Orthodox, C o n
(-Thervative and Re-
Jorm rabbis from
every region of Dr. Golovensky
the United States. Dr. Golovensky
is past president of the New York
Board of Rabbis, largest rabbinic
body in the world, and is chair-
man of its international Jewish
affairs commission.

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*

* *

Prof. ABRAHAM JOSHUA HES-
CHEL, professor of Jewish ethics
and mysticism at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary, has been named
Harry Emerson Fosdick Visiting
Professor at Union Theological
Seminary for the academic year,
1965-66.

*

* *

General Agent EARL HORDES
and members of the Hordes In-
surance Agency, were cited for
(--- ``heir January sales leadership.
Agency ranked fifth among
Columbus Mutual Life Insurance
Co.'s 70 general agencies in indivi-
dual health insurance sales for the
month.

*

-

* *

The Yeshiva University Rabbinic
Alumni, graduates of the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Semi-
nary, will hold their annual mid-
year conference Wednesday when
they will honor Rabbi MORRIS J.
BESDIN for his service to the
Yeshiva University Jewish studies
program and Rabbi HERSCHEL
SCHACHER of the Mosholu Jew-
ish Center, Bronx, former presi-
dent of the Rabbinic Alumni
group, for his service to higher
education..
* * *
Detroiter GEORGE M. STUTZ
is new chairman of the committee
on the Synagogue Council of
America for the Large City Bud-
geting Conference, composed of
representatives of 2 of the largest
Jewish welfare funds in the United
States. Mrs. Louis A. Bernard of
Milwaukee, Irving Blum of Balti-
more and Milton B. Creamer of
Philadelphia have been named
conference committee chairmen.
* * *
Dr. ITZHAK SOROKA, deputy
head of the building research sta-
tion of the Technion, Israel In-
stitute of Technology, has been
invited to serve as advisor on
building- research to Turkey. His
mission is in the framework of
the UN Technical Assistance Pro-
gram.

*

4, *

HEINZ S. F. BORCHARDT of
the Bloomfield-Detroit office, New
York Life Insurance Co., has just
returned from Chicago, where he
attended a two-day advanced un-
derwriting seminar.

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An art education graduate show
featuring water colors, oils and
drawings by BEN GLICKER will
continue through March 31 at the
Community Arts Gallery on the
Wayne State University campus.
*
*
A major historical work on the
state of Israel is being completed
by ABBA E13AN Israel's Deputy
Prime Minister. To be published
by Atheneum in late 1966, the
book encompasses the background
to Israel's foundation, nearly
twenty years of domestic and in-
ternational progress and struggle,
and the nation's history up to the
present time.
* * *
PAUL H. SAMPLINER has been
named chairman of the 1965 na-
tional campaign of the Anti-Defa-
mation League Appeal, it was an-
nounced by Dore Schary, the
League's national chairman. The
League seeks $4,584,000 this year
to support its activities.
* * *
Abner J. Kupperman, prominent
fund-raising executive and ad-
ministrator, has
been named to
the newly creat-
ed position of
director of de-
velopment. f o r
the American
Jewish Commit-
tee, it was an-
nounced here by
Dr. John Slaw-
son, executive
vice president.
Kupperman will
direct the Corn- Kupperman
mittee's nationwide fund-raising
drive—the Appeal for Human Re-
lations. The 1965 Appeal goal is
$4,700,000.
* *
Two Brandeis University seniors
and a student at Yeshiva Universi-
ty have been awarded Woodrow
Wilson fellowships. They are
FLORENCE M. HELMAN of Phila-
delphia and ROBERT I. LERHAN
of South Bend, Ind., both at Bran-
deis; and LAWRENCE KAPLAN
of Far Rockaway, N.Y., at Yeshiva.
Woodrow Wilson fellowships are
designed to recruit college teach-
ers.
* * *

,

HAROLD B. GREENBLATT,
CLU, has been appointed staff
supervisor of the Detroit-Gold gen-
eral agency of Massachusetts Mu-
tual Life Insurance Co. Formerly
with New York Life in the Detroit
area, he will continue in life in-
surance sales in addition to his
supervisory responsibilities with
the Gold agency. Greenblatt is a
member of the Detroit Life Under-
writers Association. He resides
with his wife and son in Oak Park.
• *

The Yeshiva University Rabbinic
Alumni will honor Rabbi MORRIS
J. BESDIN of Kew Gardens, N.Y.,
director of the Jewish studies pro-
gram at Yeshiva University, for
his outstanding contributions to
Jewish education, at its annual
mid-year conference on March 24,
it was announced by Rabbi Fabian
Schonfeld, president of the alumni
group.
* * *

The Federation of Jewish Phil-
anthropies of New York announced
the appointment of DR. DAVID G.
SALTEN, a leading educational
administrator, to a newly-created
post as executive director. Dr. Sal-
ten is currently school superin-
tendent of New Rochelle.



* *

GOLDIE LEVINSTEIN realtor,
is attending the annual meeting
of the National Brokers Council
at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chi-
cago this weekend. Miss Levin-
stein will describe the new invest-
ment property listing service to
Detroit realtors at a meeting of
the Commercial Real Estate Ex-
changers March 26 at the Lee
Plaza Hotel.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 19, 1965-27

Cluhs

(More Clubs Page 19)
BETH ° MOSES SISTERHOOD
will hold its regular meeting
8 p.m. Wednesday at the syna-
gogue. There will be audience par-
ticipation in the program on
"Human Relations." Refreshments
will be served, and guests are in-
vited.

SEN. STUART W. SYMINGTON
will be honored as a champion of
freedom and friend of Israel at the
State of Israel Bonds campaign
dinner to be held April 4 in St.
Louis.

The 11th volume of the monu-
mental Talmudic Encyclopedia has
been published and is now avail-
able, it was an-
nounced by Rabbi
Joshua Hutner,
funeral director
of the Emet
Rabbi Herzog
World Academy
of Jerusalem,
who is visiting
the United
States. The ency-
clopedia deals
with the major
topics of the Tal-
mud and traces
them exhaustive-
RAM H'itner ly down through
the later rabbinic literature and
responsa.
* * *
M.S. AVRAHAM HARMAN,
chairman of the UNICEF execu-
tive board. will be one of six wo-
men to receive awards from the
Women's Division. New York Chap-
ter. Albert Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva University,
at the 11th annual Spirit of
Achievement Luncheon April 13 at
the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Others
to be honored will be Carol Chan-
ting, musical comedy star; Nancy
Dickerson, Washington news cor-
respondent; Mrs. Albert D. Lasker,
president of the Albert and Mary
Lasker Foundation; Rise Stevens,
Metropolitan Opera star; and Dr.
Jane C. Wright, adjunct associate
professor of research surgery at
the New York University Medical
School.
* * *
DR. SHLOMO AVINM, young
Israeli educator and author, arrived
in this country for an extended
lecture tour of midwest universi-
ties, where he will address groups
of the UJA-Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations.
* * *
ALEC JAFFE, a Jew who has
been deputy mayor of Johannes-
burg for the past year, was in-
stalled as mayor. He is the ninth
Jewish mayor of Johannesburg in
the 79-year history of the city. He
said that the theme of his mayoral
year, in line with his efforts for
youth clubs, would be "Service for
Youth."
* * *
The president of Brazil appoint-
ed GEN. RAFAEL ZIPPIN, a Jew,
as president of the Federal Sav-
ings Bank of the State of Rio
Grande do Sol. Gen. Zippin, active
in the Jewish community of Rio-
de Janeiro as well as nationally,
has participated in the United
Israel Campaign in this country.
*
C. L. SULZBERGER of the New
York Times will have a book pub-
lished by Atheneum on April 27.
It's title, "Unfinished Revolution:
America and the Third World," re-
fers to the revolution of self-de-
termination which has exploded in
underdeveloped societies.

Women's

*

LADIES OF MOSAIC will honor
their past presidents 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Jewish Center.
Dinner will be served and enter-
tainment will follow. For reserva-
tions, call Mesdames Jack Mittle-
man, DI 1-8258; Bert Swartz, UN
4-8831; or Sam Pinkis, LI 1-7407.
* * «
SHARONA CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 p.m. Tues-
MISS KAREN BLEIER
day at the home of Ethel Wasser,
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Bleier, 25745 Continental, Southfield. The
18915 Wildemere, announce the program will be a book review by
engagement of their daughter Mrs. Sigmund Cohen.
Karen Sue to Stuart Tobisman,
*
son of Mrs. Marton Warshaw of
GOLDA MEIR CHAPTER, Pio-
Los Angeles and the late Mr. Na- neer Women, will hold a Purim
than Tobisman.
party 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Miss Bleier is a graduate of the Labor Zionist Institute. An Israeli
University of Michigan and is cur- movie, "And Still They Are Corn-
rently attending the University of ing," will be shown and a skit pre-
Southern California, where Mr. sented by the Golda Meir Players.
Tobisman is a student.
Dinner will be served. Guests in-

.

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he should answer; But the mouth
of the wicked pours out evil.

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