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May 06, 1966 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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Grodan-Tugman Rites
to Take Place Sept. 11

Seminary's
Anniversary
Event May 23

Five prominent Detroiters who
are members of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary's national board
of overseers have been announced
as hosts for a 4:30 p.m. reception
at the Standard City Club, May
23, which will celebrate the sem-
inary's 80th anniversary as the
fountainhead of Conservative Ju-
daism. They are Louis Berry, Tom
Borman, Alfred L. Deutsch, John
E. Lurie and David Miro.
Joining them as co-hosts for the
reception are Walter L. Field,
David Safran, Hyman Safran,
Jack Shenkman and Benjamin
Weiss. Leaders of nine Conserva-
MISS LOIS GRODAN
tive congregations in the Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Grodan area and eight outstate congrega-
of Woodingham Dr., announce the tions will participate in the 80th
engagement of their daughter Lois anniversary salute, under auspices
Diane to Gerald Tugman, son of of the Detroit Patrons Society of
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Tugman of the Seminary.
Santa Maria Ave. -
The reception committee, now
A Sept. 11 wedding is planned. in formation, includes Arthur
Boschan, Richard Burton, Theodore
M. Curtis, Arthur Faber, Dr. Man-
Capacity Audience
uel Feldman, Joseph Gendelman,
Ben Goldberg, Max H. Goldsmith,
Expected Tuesday
David Hermelin, Stephen Lanyi,
at Fete for Cottler
Morris Ben Lewis, Frank Nel-
_ son , Robert Ruch and Abraham
The Labor Zionist Movement
Landsmanshaften testimonial hon- Satovsky.
oring Norman Cottler, Tuesday, '
8:30 p.m., at the Labor Zionist
Institute, an affair on behalf of
Israel Bonds, is expected to draw a
capacity crowd.
The celebration will honor Cott-
ler on the occasion of his 70th
- Morris J. Brandwine, chairman
birthday and his 50 years of resi-
dence in Detroit. It wil be in rec- of the Detroit Chapter, American
Israel Public Af-
ognition of his service in the Jew-
fairs Committee,
ish Legion in World War I, and for
announces th a t
his pioneering efforts on behalf
Julian J. Landau
of the labor Zionist movement.
research direc-
Michael Comay, Israel ambassa-
tor of the nation-
dore to the United Nations, will be
al committee will
guest speaker. Tova Ronni, Is-
be guest speaker
raeli singer and dramatic artist,
fat a special
will head the entertainment pro-
breakfast in his
gram.
honor 10 a.m.
May 15 at Holi-
Morris Lieberman is testimonial
Landau
day Manor.
chairman; Harry L. Schumer, is
Landau, researcher for the Lib-
campaign chairman, and Mrs.
Morris L. Schaver, honorary chair- rary of Congress, is president of
man of the 1966 Labor Zionist and the Washington Council of Ortho-
Landsmanshaften Bond campaign. dox Synagogues.
Refreshments will be served at
Tuesday's event. For table reser- New York Woman Gives
vations call DI 1-5707.
$750,000 to Barnard
The names of all those who sub-
NEW YORK—Mrs. Frank Alt-
scribe for Israel Bonds prior to schul of New York and Stamford,
or on the night of the testimonial Conn., has pledged $750,000 to
will be included in the souvenir Barnard College for its expansion
folio to be presented to Cottler.
program.

To Fete Researcher
at Public Affairs
Committee Event

Judith Berman Soloist
at Frohman Concert

Judith Berman, virtuoso violin-
ist, will be the guest artist at the
Don Frohman Choral Concert, 8:30
p.m. May 15, at Community Arts
Auditorium, Wayne State Univers-

ty.

Director D o n
Frohman has
2hosen a varied
program of Yid-
dish, modern Is-
raeli songs, Eng-
'ish ballads, Ne-
gro spirituals, op-
?settas, opera
and oratorio ex-
cerpts.
Ten of this fa-
mous chorus will
present solos.
Miss Berman
Rebecca Froh-
man will be at the piano.
For tickets, call Lou Kronick,
LI 5-5680 or Robert Kaplan, DI
1-2413.

Golden Anniversary .i Bank of Commonwealth
Interest at-51/4 Pct.
f or .41r.,111rs. Hoffman. Bank of the Commonwealth has

MR. AND MRS. HOFFMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hoffman,
18785 St e e 1, celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary with
a family gathering, recently. Mr.
and Mrs. Hoffman were joined by
their three children, nine grand-
children, and three great-grand-
children in marking their marriage
50 years ago in Detroit.

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become the first Detroit financial
institution to increase interest paid
on time deposits to 51/4 per cent.
This new higher guaranteed hank
rate will be paid on one-year sav-
ings certificates of deposit.
• I
5 114 per cent "time" deposit be-
came effective Monday and is '
paid on any amounts of $100 or
more.
Current holders of Bank of the
Commonwealth regular savings
certificates of deposit will benefit
from the new rate. The one-year,
one-interest-payment certificates
which were issued at the previous
41/2 per cent rates automatically re-
ceived the new 51/4 per cent rate
Monday.
All certificates are issued by the •
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
up to $10,000 and are available at
all 37 offices of Bank of the Com-
monwealth or may be ordered by
telephone or by mail.

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(9n the Air.

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m.
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Out of the Desert"
composed by Julius Chajes and
Michael Atzmoni Keen in honor of
the 25th anniversary of Temple
Israel, will be discussed by Cantor
Harold Orbach, host of the series,
who performed the leading role-in
the production.
* *
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Time 9:15 a.m.
Station: WJBK
Feature: The first part in a
month-long series entitled "The
Jew and His Philosopy."

ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "God Be Praised" by
Joseph Mindel, is the second part
in a series based on the late Mar-
tin Buber's writings on Hasidism,
and dedicated to his memory. This
episode is a drama giving the high-
lights in the life of Rabbi Zusya
of Hanipol, was founded in Eastern
Europe. The speaker on this pro-
gram will be Rabbi William Ber-
kowitz of Cong. Bnai Jeshurun of
New York City.

Hawaiian Jewry
The Jewish community of
Hawaii, which dates back to the
early part of the nineteenth cen-
tury, now numbers some 800 per-
sons, the vast majority of whom
live in Honolulu.

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Standard-City Club

Mrs. Altschul, a graduate of the
class of 1907. became a Barnard Starts Fund to Boost
trustee in 1949 and has been sec-
retary of the board since 1956. She Research at WSU
was chairman of Barnard's first
Standard City Club, under pres-
development fund drive in 1950. ident Herbert A. Aronsson, has
The new pledge brings her bene- initiated a Standard-City Club
factions to Barnard to $2,225,000. Faculty Research and Develop-
In 1964, the newly landscaped area ment Fund with a contribution of
on the New York campus was $2,500 to Wayne State Univer-
named the Helen Goodheart Alt- sity,
schul Court.
The club's board of directors,
The wife of Frank Altschul, re- after consultation with Dr. William
tired charman of the board of the R. Keast, president of WSU, de-
General American Investors Co., cided that in view of the high
she made the new pledge on con- priority the university attaches
dition that the school raise a to the support of faculty research
matching amount from among its to initiate the fund.
alumnae.
The club's tradition of support-
ing higher education in the De-
Musical Technician
troit area goes back to the 1930's
Albert Rubenson, a 19th century when it set up a student loan
Swedish-Jewish music critic and fund at WSU. Located in the
educator, pioneered modern tech- Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, the club
niques of music education in Swed- has a membership of 555 promi-
en. He served as director of the nent Detroit business and pro-
Stockholm Conservatory.
fessional men.

TO 8-5500

For Catering Information

Phone 398-8824

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Netherlands Jewry
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
The Jewish Community of the
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
Netherlands, which dates back to
and two steady Mashgichim.
the 13th century, today numbers
Former Detroiter Mrs. Clarence Sarasohn and sons Neil and Lester
23,000 persons, more than half of • are now residing in their new home at 981 Flying Fish, Foster City,
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
whom live in Amsterdam, With San Mateo, Calif.
C O
ES
IS:
L L
F I I N
G
C E
H N
I CE AR GA sot- 01 F
Mrs.
Klara
Stack,
19169
Ilene,
will
leave
May
15,
on
an
extensive
sizable communities in The Hague,
60607
WILNO KOSHER
trip to Europe, including England, France, Switzerland and Spain.
Rotterdam and Utrecht.
FRANKFURTERS •• CORNED BEEF •
BOLOGNA
SALAMI •
The May meeting of the Bodzin Family Club will be held Sunday
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs..Milton Duchan of Northlawn Ave.
Distributed in Detroit and Michigan by:
Plans for a MeMorial Day outing will be made at that time.
JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit
34—Friday, May 6, 1966
Tel.: UN 2-5820

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