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January 07, 1966 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-01-07

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Radomer Board to Talk

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold an executive board meet-
ing 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Work-
men's Circle Center to discuss the
Congresswoman MARTHA W.
annual banquet, Jan. 16.
Mrs. Lily Sugar and Mrs. Minnie GRIFFITHS will talk on "Woman's
Place in Modern Life," Monday,
Ross will be hostesses.
8 p.m., in the Friends Auditorium
of the Main Library.
* _
*
McDonnell and Co., Inc., mem-
bers of the New York Stock Ex-
change have announced the ap-
pointment of OSCAR Ti. BAND
as vice president. In addition to
complete brokerage services, he
Last Week's Winner of the
is actively engaged in the merger
and underwriting field*.
"RASKIN

*
BIG BABY BONUS"
Dr. ALVIN I. SCHIFF, chairman
MRS. SHELDON SALZMAN
of the department of religious ed-
(10 lbs., 2 oz.)
ucation, Yeshiva University's Fer-
Congratulations on the birth of your
kauf Graduate School of Educa-
son and. we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
tion, has been appointed chairman
make your first week at home easier.
of the principals' certification
RASKIN FOOD CO.
committee, according to an an-
nouncement by Prof. Abraham I.
Dec. 27 — To Mr. and Mrs. Katsh, chairman of the National
Lloyd Priesont (Harriet Gross), Board of License for Teachers
former Detroiters of Santa Bar- and Supervisory Personnel in
bara, Calif., a daughter, Jeanine American Jewish Schools.
* * *
Phyliss.
* * *
ISAAC NAHOUM, a Jew of a
Dec. 27—To Dr. and Mrs. Rich- Shephardic family, was named by
ard A..Litt (Karen Mellen), former President Humberto Caste 11 o
Detroiters stationed in Bangor, Branca as divisional general, one
Me., with the Air Force, a daug- of the highest ranks in the Brazil-
ter, Laurie Anne.
ian army. Gen. Nahoum is a mem-
*
ber of the general staff of the
Dec. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Third Brazilian Army, which has
ton L. Seigel (Coral Sue Barnett, its headquarters in the Province of
formerly of Detroit) of Rockville, Parana. He is the fifth Jew to be
raised to the rank of general in
Md., a daughter, Dana.
this country.
• * *
* * *
Dec. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Phillips (Anita Prady)
DR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ,
28100 Valley Forge, Southfield, a vice president of the Israel Bond
daughter, Joanne Beth.
Organization, is in Israel to confer
*
* *
with Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
Dec. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs. and Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir
Sheldon Nachman _(Shirley Bena- on the results of the 1965 Israel
deret), 20225 Winchester, a son, Bond campaign and plans for the
1966 drive. Special projects for the
Michael Steven.
* *
Israel bond campaign will also be
Dec. 6 — To Dr. and Mrs. Jerry considered in connection with the
Mark Shuck (Carole Polinsky) celebration next year of the 15th
former Detroiters of Cincinnati, a anniversary of the founding of the
Israel Bond Organization, Dr. Sch-
daughter, Lynn Meredith.
wartz declared.
* *
To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nach-
man (Marilyn Adels), 10730
Northfield, Oak Park, an adopted
son, Jonathan Jay.

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The Jewish Publication S'ociety
and Harper & Row, publishers, an-
nounce • a joint paperback publish-
ing program. JPS books will ap-
pear in the Torchbook series under
the subsidiary imprint of the
Temple Library.
The Jewish Publication Society
is discontinuing its relatonship
with Meridian Books.
The first ten titles in the Temple
Library are being transferred
from Meridian. These are:

"A History of the Jewish People,"
by Max L. Margolis and Alexander
Marx;
"Introduction To The Talmud and
Midrash," by Herman L. Strack;
"Judaism And Modern Man," by Will
Herberg;
The works of three Jewish philoso-
phers, as follows:
"Philo-Philosophical Writings," edited
by Hans Lewy;
"Saadya Gaon-Book of Doctrines and
Beliefs," edited by Alexander Altmann
and "Jehuda Halevi-Kuzari," edited by
Isaak Heinemann.
"The Jew in The Medieval World,"
by Jacob R. Marcus;
"A History of The Contemporary
Jews ," by Solomon Grayzel;
"For The Sake of Heaven," by Martin
Buber;
"A History of Medieval Jewish Phil-
osophy," by Isaac Husik;
"A History of The Marranos," by
Cecil Roth, and "The Zionist Idea," by
Arthur Hertzberg.

The first paperback edition of
"Jews In The Renaissance," by
Cecil Roth, has just appeared in
the Temple Library. This will be
followed next spring by:

"The Origin and Meaning of Hasi-
dism," by Martin Buber;
"The Book of Genesis," The N.J.V.
translation, with introduction by
Henry M. Orlinsky.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, January 7, 1966

DAVID A. BRODY, counsel of
the Washington, D.C., office of the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith has been named its director.

4:

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The new director of the overseas
services department of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds is S. P. G 0 L D B E R G,
CJFWF president, Lewis H. Wein-
stein of Boston, announced this
week.
• C C
COLONEL SHLOMO ERELL
was appointed commander of the
Israel Navy Monday. He replaces
Brigadier Gen. Yohai Ben Nun.
C *
PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK, former
international president of Bnai
Brith, and for two years the United
States representative on the U.N.
Economic and Social Council, with
the rank of ambassador, was ap-
pointed U.S. representative on a
new ad hoc committee of experts
charged with examining the fi-
nances of the United Nations and
its specialized agencies.
*
C
The appointment of ALBERT
SHELDON of New York as dir-
ector of the Joint Distribution
Committee's services in Tunisia
was announced by Charles H. Jor
dan, JDC executive vice-chairman.

Israel's Richest Man
Runs World Empire

NEW YORK (JTA) — Israel's
richest man, Moshe Mayer, 56, has
been described by Fortune maga-
zine as an entrepreneur who finds
Israel too small to contain his
energies.
Hence, his diverse business in-
terests are spread all over the
world, and Mayer has offices in
New York, Geneva, London, Abid-
jan and Monrovia. He is repre-
sented by agencies and affiliates
in 22 countries.
In a profile, "Israel's Peripatetic
Builder," the magazine reported
that Mayer, with two brothers and
a sister, runs some 50 firms "whose
activities range from making toys
and ready-mixed concrete to bank-
ing and construction.

His Liberian Construction Co.
"has changed the skyline of
Liberia's capital, Moravia. His
activities include the Ivorie
Hotel in Abidjan, considered one
of the most beautiful in the
world.

Mayer's $25,000,000, 36-floor sky-
scraper nearing completion in Tel
Aviv will be the largest building
of its kind between Milan and
Tokyo. The Mayer family came to
Palestine from Poland in 1920 and
started the Mayer empire by mak-
ing wax matches.

5 Jews on Queen's List;
Israel Sieff Life Baron

LONDON (JTA)—At least five
Jews, including Israel Sieff, hon-
orary president of the Zionist
Federation of Great Britain and
Ireland, were included in. the
Queen's New Years honors list
announced here Jan. 1. Sieff, who
also is chairman of the European
executive of the World Jewish
Congress, was made a life baron.
Such a peerage lasts only for the
life of the baron and is not trans-
mitted to the recipient's heirs.
Other Jews on the list included
Dr. Ludwig Guttman of the London
Orthopedic Center, a pioneer in re-
habilitation medicine; Alderman S.
Hamberger; Otto Frankel, an Aus-
tralian scientist; and A. Hauser,
all of whom received the title of
Member of' the British Empire.

Truth is the club that knocks
down- and kills everybody.—French
proverb.

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