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February 25, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-02-25

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Stuart Oshinsky to Take
Miss Dworman as Bride

People Make News

RECHAVEAM AMIR of Jeru-
salem, newly appointed director
in Israel of the department of
education and culture of the Jew-
ish Agency for Israel, will make
a two week tour of the United
States and Canada surveying Jew-
ish educational practices in North
America, it was announced by
Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, chairman
of the department of education
and culture of the Jewish Agency-
American Section.

* *

MISS SUSAN DWORMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Dwor-
man of Sorrento Ave. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter Susan Lois to Stuart Norman
Oshinsky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward B. Oshinsky of Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Highland Park Junior College.
Her fiance is completing his
studies in accounting at Walsh
Institute.
An Aug. 21 wedding is planned.

Psychiatrist Joins
Panel on 'Deputy'

The moral questions posed in the
controversial play, "The Deputy,"
will be explored by a panel in-
cluding psychiatrist Dr. Marvin
Weckstein, 7:30 p.m. Sunday at
Adas Shalom Synagogue.
Sponsored by P GASP (Post
Graduate Adas Shalom Presents),
the discussion, entitled "Guilty as
Charged?", will be open to young
adults in the community age 20-30.
Other members of the panel are
the Rev. John Jury and Rabbi
Leonard Cahan.
Dr. Weckstein, who received
his MD degree from Wayne State
University Medical School in
1953, has been on the staffs of
Pontiac State Hospital and Re-
ceiving Hospital and is currently
an attending psychiatrist at
Sinai Hospital. For two years he
was a psychiatrist in the Air
Force, later served with the
Rehabilitation Institute of Metro-
politan Detroit and taught dental
psychiatry at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
There will be a nominal admis-
sion charge for nonmembers of
PGASP. Refreshments will be
served.
Future plans of PGASP will be
announced, among them an inter-
national dance March 20 and a
Tamarack seminar weekend in
April.
For information, call Rabbi
Cahan, UN 4-7474.

,

-

Farband Elects
Schumer, Harold

SEYMOUR GOLDBERG of Lin-
den, N. J., has been named chair-
man of the United Synagogue of
America's Committee on Camp
USY.
* * *
JACOB B L A U S T E I N, who
served under the Kennedy adminis-
tration as a member of the five-
man advisory committee on inter-
national business problems, has
been reappointed by the present
administration as a member of the
enlarged 11 - member committee.
This committee meets periodically
to review the handling by the State
Department and its missions
abroad of problems faced by
American business in connection
with overseas operations.
* * *
Dr. William R. Keast, presi-
dent of Wayne State University,
will open the
drive for support
of community col-
leges in Wayne
County at a pub-
lic meeting
Thursday, 8 p.m.,
at t h e Detroit
Institute of Arts.
Leonard Wood-
cock, UAW vice-
president a n d
chairman of the
committee of
leading citizens
f o r community
colleges,
also will speak.
Mrs. Everet
Dr. Keast
Straus is c o m -
munity organization chairman.
* * *

LESTER L. SCHOENBERG has
been named general manager of
New York Life Insurance Com-
pany's Detroit general office at
20700 Greenfield.
* * *
Dr. SIMON N. HERAN, noted
Israeli psychologist, educator and

the board of governors of Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion took place at its meeting
in New York last week. Newly
elected as vice-chairmen were:
HERBERT R. BLOCH, Jr., depart-
ment store executive of Cincin-
nati; JULIUS H. COHN, re-
tired accountant of South Orange,
N.J.; and JACK H. S'KIRBALL,
motion picture producer of Bever-
ly Hills, Calif.; ROBERT S. AD-
LER, of Chicago, treasurer; Dr.
BERTRAM W. KORN, a member
of the executive committee.
* * *
Rabbi PHILIP FRANKEL of
Congregation Shaarey-Zedek, Lan-
sing, will represent the Jewish
Chautauqua Society as lecturer at
Adrian College, Adrian, Mich.,
from Sunday to Thursday, March
6-10. He will participate in the
Religion in Life Week program to
be held at the college.
* * *
Rabbi MORTON KANTER of
Temple Beth El will represent the
Jewish Chautauqua Society as lec-
turer at the University of Manito-
ba in Winnipeg, this Friday and
Saturday. He will participate in
the Brotherhood Week program to
be held at the university.
* * *
MARVIN L. KATKE, vice presi-
ident-manufacturing, Ford Motor
Co., has been named general chair-
man of "Scout-O-Rama '66," giant
exposition of Boy Scout skills to
be staged by more than 25,000
_Cubs, Scouts, Explorers and lead-
ers of the Detroit Area Council on
June 3, 4 and 5 at Michigan State
Fairgrounds.
* • *
Michigan Democrats will honor
Senator PATRICK V. McNAMARA
at their 1966 Jefferson Jackson
Day Dinner, according to Gordon
Traye, general chairman of the
party's annual event. Party lead-
ers have been chosen to head
up ticket sales for the dinner,
scheduled for March 26, at De-
troit's Cobo Hall.
* * *
Rabbi SAMUEL SCHAFLER of
Temple Gates of Prayer, Flushing,
L.I., was elected president of the
Metropolitan Council of the Rab-
binical Assembly, the international
association of Conservative rabbis,
at its annual Winter "Kallah," or
conference, at Goldman Hotel,
West Orange, N.J.

author, will begin a lecture tour
March 2 of American universities
under the joint auspices of the
United Jewish Appeal and the
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations.
* * *
Dr. HOWARD R. WEISSMAN,
chairman of the Southfield Board
of Health, has been elected to the
board of directors of the Oakland
Guidance Clinic for a three-year
term. Dr. Weissman has been ac-
tive in organizing the series of
lectures and programs which are
now being given for the public by
the Southfield Board of Health. He
was formerly vice president of the
Citizens Advisory Committee for
the Southfield Public Schools.
* * *
A testimonial dinner was given
in honor of Rabbi JOEL S. GEF-
FEN upon his completion of 10
years as director of the New York
Metropolitan Region of the United
Synagogue of America, Feb. 13,
by the officers and executive com-
mittee of the region.
*

The election of new officers of

Harry Schumer was elected first
honorary president of the Farband
City Committee and Ben Harold
president at the recent Farband
City Conference, at which David
Sislin presided.
Other officers are Morris Cha-
shick, Jacob Glaser and Sidney
Reisman, vice presidents; Movsas
Goldoftas, secretary; Harry Mon-
dry, organization chairman, Sislin,
cultural chairman; and J. L. Stone,
treasurer.
(Each Farband branch will have
three representatives on the City
Committee.)
Jacob Katzman reported on the
Zionist Actions Committee meet-
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
lication projects in Hungary.
Friday, February 25, 1966-25

/-)

-

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Israel
Galilee, radical socialist leader of
Ahdut Avoda, who joined the
Eshkol government as minister
without portfolio, will concern
himself with aliyah from the West-
ern countries. In the opinion of
the independent Israel press, Gal-
ilee "is the wrong man for the
wrong place."
Some journalists ask how Gali-
lee, who is battling for a socialist
Israel, will be able to mobilize
investments and immigration
among a community which con-
sists of capitalists and middle-
class citizens and whose interests
are opposed to a socialist economy.

I t WHY WORRY ! I

MISS MYRA BAUMAN

Leave Everything to Us

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Bauman
of San Juan Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter Myra
Kaye to Robert Martin Dworman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J.
Dworman of Sorrento Ave.
The prospective bridegroom is a
graduate of Wayne State Univer-
sity's college of education and is
now doing graduate work at
Wayne.
A fall wedding is being planned.

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