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May 21, 1965 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-21

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Queen Juliana Visits Former Home of Anne Frank

People Make News

AMSTERDAM (JTA) — Q u e e n from the Nazis has become world
Juliana of the Netherlands Mon- famous. The Queen was accom-
day visited the former home of
the
Anne Frank, the Jewish girl whose panied by Lea Steinwasser,
the Temple on the Heights, Cleve- two major religious institutions of diary of experiences while hiding memorial exhibition artist.
land.
Reform Judaism: the Union of
* * *
American Hebrew Congregations
Rabbi MILTON ROSENBAUM and the Hebrew Union College-
MEET
of Temple Emanu-El will receive Jewish Institute of Religion.

Promotion of AMBROSE M.
STOEPER, district director of In-
ternal Revenue at Richmond, Va.,
to director of a larger district cov-
ering the state of Michigan, was I
announced by the Revenue Serv- an honorary doctor of divinity de-
ice. He will succeed R. I. NIXON, gree at commencement exercises
who is resigning effective June 5 of Hebrew Union College May 29.
* * *
to accept a position in private in-
dustry.
Scholarship awards were pre-
* * *
sented to a number of area stu-
The designation of RABBI dents at the Wayne State Uni-
HARRY HALPERN, spiritual versity School of Medicine Alumni
leader of the East Midwood Jewish Association reunion banquet on
Center, for a new term as chair- Wednesday. They included HAR-
man of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the VEY ROSENBERG of Oak Park,
Jewish Theological Seminary of BARRY SMILER and JON ROB-
America has been announced by INS.
* * *
Dr. Bernard Mandelbauni, Provost
One
of
the
largest gatherings
of the Seminary.
ever to attend a Brandeis Univer-
* * *
sity dinner in New York is expect-
The Shah of Iran recently re- ed to be on hand June 8 at the
ceived in audience the chairman Americana Hotel, to honor uni-
of the World ORT Union execu- versity trustee and industrialist,
tive committee, DANIEL MAYER JACOB A. GOLDFARB, on the
of France. The Shah expressed occasion of his 70th birthday. The
warm satisfaction with the con- anticipated 1,500 guests will hear
tribution ORT is making to the a main address by Chief Justice
economic development of his of the United States Earl Warren,
country.
and remarks by Brandeis Presi-
* * *
dent Abram L. Sachar.
The members of the Jewish
* *
Publication Society, at the 77th
MORRIS S. SASS, associate
Annual Meeting held in Philadel- director of the New York regional
phia last Sunday, reelected office of the Anti - Defamation
PHILIP SLOMOVITZ for a three- League of Bnai Brith, has been
year term as a member of the
named its director.
Society's Board of Trustees. Mr.
* * *
Slomovitz, publisher and commu-
HERBERT A. ARONSSON, presi-
nity leader, has served as a trus- dent of Aronsson Printing Co., was
tee since 1960 for this unique_
elected president of the Standard-
communal institution which was
City Club. His father, Maurice A.
established in 1888 for the sole
Aronsson was a charter member
purpose of publishing good books of the exclusive business and pro-
of Jewish content in the English fessional men's club, which was
language. Through the years, the
formed in 1934 and was its presi-
JPS has published many works
dent in 1944 and 1946.
re-
of great distinction. Its most
* *
cent publication to gain world-
Major
General
P. A. CULLEN,
wide fame and acceptance was
THE TORAH: A New Translation, who is active in the Sydney Jewish
which presents the first section of community, was among four army
a revised version of THE HOLY men who received New Year Hon-
SCRIPTURES in modern English or List awards from Sir Eric Wood-
based on the most recent dis- ward, governor of New South
coveries in the fields of archeology Wales. Gen Cullen was commis-
and philology. Additional volumes sioned in the Australian military
will be published as the Bible in 1951 and has served in the Mid-
Translation Committee completes dle East and Southwest Pacific.
following sections of this monu- He has been a member of the
Australian Military Board for
mental work.
many years.
* * *
* * *
Cantor SHABTAI ACKERMAN
RALPH I. LIPSHAW is conduc-
of Cong. Beth Abraham was
ting appraisal seminars for top
among the internationally known
cantors featured at a concert of Elsea Realty Co. sales people as
eantorial masterpieces, Hebrew part of a continuing training pro-
gram made available for all Elsea
and Yiddish folk and art songs
presented by the Cantors Assem- personnel. Lipshaw heads Ralph I.
bly of America Wednesday at Lipshaw and Associates, Real
Estate Appraisers.
* * *
NEM= EN =EN
MAX L. KOEPPEL, New York
real estate executive, has accepted
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Leave Your Cares and Worries at Home

TORONTO (JTA) — The
Canadian Association for Civil
Liberties joined the Canadian
Jewish Congress and the Ethical
Education Association in disap-
proving religious instruction in

BUT COME!

1

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David Grosbergs, formerly of De-
troit and now of San Carlos, Calif.,
received the Order of the Palm,
highest honor a graduating man
can receive, at the University of
Southern California. The order is
awarded to the man who has ac-
complished the most in scholarship,
service, athletics and activities at
USC. Grosberg, a Mumford High
School graduate, is an interna-
tional relations major, has been on
the Men's Judicial Council, was
head delegate to the 1965 Model
United Nations and is an editor of
Vanguard, the new student guide
to the USC faculty.

Canadian Jewish Body
Fights Religion in Schools

the public schools of the Province
of Ontario.
Testifying before the Royal
Commission on Civil Rights, a
representative of the Canadian
Association declared that religious
instruction in the public schools
must be opposed "because of its
sectarian nature, because it di-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 21, 1965-11 '

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