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May 13, 1966 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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Samuel Loberman
Heads Beth Aaron

Samuel Loberman was elected
president of Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue at the congregation's annual
meeting.
Loberman, who has served in
many leadership capacities at Beth
Aaron and for the past two years
as first vice president, will assume
his office following the installation
of officers May 21 at Sabbath morn-
ing service.
serving with Loberman will be
Harry Green, Max Nosanchuk and
Max Liberman, vice presidents;
Bernard Ginsberg, treasurer; Sey-
mour Rosen, recording secretary;
Hyman Zalenko, financial secre-
tary; and Paul Maserman, corre-
sponding secretary.
Newly elected to serve on the
board of directors for the coming
year were Harry Goldstein, Abe
Halem, Tom Tannis, Samuel Ros-
enberg and Morley Silverman.

Dann Candidate

for Judgeship

Sol A. Dann, practicing attorney
here for 40 years, this week an-
nounced his candidacy for judge of
Recorders Court.
Dann has been involved in the
Chrysler and Jack Ruby cases. He
was active for a number of years
in the Zionist and other move-
ments.
"I feel," he said "there is great
need for judges who have the abil-
ity and courage to protect the
rights of those unable to protect
themselves."

Re7 atives Sought Here

Mrs. Charles Rosenbaum, chair-
man of the service to foreign born
committee of the Detroit Section,
National Council of Jewish
Women, has released a list of
names of persons being sought
here by relatives and friends.
Most of those seeking relatives
are now in Israel. They believe
their kin are in Detroit. Many of
the names were submitted to the
NCJW by the United Hias Service.
Further information may be ob-
tained at the Council's office at
8436 W. McNichols Rd., Detroit,
or by calling Mrs. Rosenbaum,
341-5542. -
The inquiries and those being
sought are:

LORA LOBEL, seeking cousin SAMU-
EL or ROSICA PECHET, from Ro-
mania; father, Liber.
MALKA BARBALAT (nee Coleski),
seeking NIRUA FURMAN (nee Gold-
enberg), from Romania.
FAY WEINSTEIN (nee Chalemski),
father's name Shika, seeking MARY
HOFFMAN, formerly of 3282 Cortland,
from Kiev.
MARTIN GRUNTVAIG from Ru-
mania. seeking GHEORGHE APOI, for-
merly. of 13562 Anglin Ave.
BERNARD LYSMAN from Poland,
seeking LONIA GEBERT (maiden
name) formerly of Lodz, Poland.
BENJAMIN MARCOVICI from Ro-
mania. seeking LEON MATTE (Marco-
vici), father's name Joseph from Ro-
mania.
KREINA KATZNEROVSKAYA, nee
Malin, seeking brother LEIVIK MAL-
KIN, son of Samuel and Ester, born
formerly of 3730
in Samotevitch,
Duane:
SAM LEIFMAN, seeking J. SHA-
PIRO, from Lugini, formerly of 3310
Davison E.
TERESA ROTH, seeking cousin, SAN-
DOR or ALEXANDER WEISS, from
Romania, wife :Margit, born Rozeth.
HARRY ROSENBERG (Hersz-Men-
del) from Poland, seeking cousin, NU-
CHIM-WOLF SZTERN, father, Moishe.
MOSHE JURSHAN, formerly of Po-
land, seeking nephew, NUCHIM YUR-
SHAN (Jurshaner), formerly Poland,
father's name Wolf.
GREGORZ SLAWINSKI, seeking
cousin, SAM SPOKOJNY, father, Motel,
from Poland.
SHLOMO SHAFIR, seeking cousins,
Dr. DORA FRANKEL, dentist, son
solomon, from Lithuania.
E V G E N ROTH, seeking JACK
KRAUSS, wife maiden name Roth,
father, Jacob, brother, Leib Roth, of
Proskow.
BELA and DORA COHN, nee Nadler,
from Romania, seeking LAZLO COHN
from Romania, father, Samuel, sister,
Margit.
INDRIKIS EKIS, seeking father,
ABRAMS TUVJE ZEBA from Latvia,
owned drug store.
Prof. RACHMIEL BRANDWAJN of
Warsaw, seeking SYLVIA (Cywia)
GORNEY, formerly of Szczuczyn, Po-
land.
HINDA DOBROSHITZKY nee 01-
chowsky, born Kovno, seeking father,
LIFE (Lonie) OLCHOWSKY, from
Minsk.

People
Make News

EARL WARREN, Chief Justice
of the United States, was inducted
as the first honorary fellow of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America at a special convoca-
tion at the Seminary, Sunday. At
the exercises, honorary degrees
were conferred upon DR.
ROBERT F. GOHEEN, president
of Princeton University; PROF.
ISIDOR I. RABI, physicist and
Nobel Laurente, and DR. JONAS
E. SALK, professor of medicine.
The exercises, at which Julius
Silver, Chairman of the Sem-
inary's Library Corporation, pre-
sided, mark the close of the Sem-
inary's 80th anniversary year.
* * *
MELVIN L. JACOBS has suc-
cessfully completed the require-
ments for advancement to senior
member in the American Society
of Appraisers, international or-
ganization of appraisers and valua-
tion engineers. The announcement
was made from the society's , inter-
national headquarters in Wash-
ington, by David P. Bishop, Jr.,
international president of the so-
ciety. Jacobs is a broker member
of the Detroit Real Estate Board
and has been affiliated with Leo
L. Majzels and Associates for the
past six years.
* * *
CHARLES H. GERSHENSON
was elected a member of the board
of trustees of Detroit Adventure,
an organization devoted to cultural
activities.
* * *
Prominent Detroit art patron
LAWRENCE FLEISCHMAN has
announced he will leave Detroit in
July to take over part interest in
the Kennedy Galleries in New York
City. Fleischman, who has served
four years as president of the De-
troit Arts Commission was to have
started a second four-year term
July 1. A trustee of the Founders
Society of the Institute of Arts, he
is a founder and president of the
Detroit-based Archives of Ameri-
can Art. His wife Barbara is -co-
ordinating the June dedication of
the new Detroit Art Institute wing,
planning and construction which
was largely under the leadership
of Fleischman.

Isadore Wines Mark
Golden Anniversary

Mr., Mrs. Brandwine
to Officiate at JNF
Installation Tuesday

Royal Oak Engineer
Has Role in Reclaiming
of Seminary Books

A booklet written by a Royal Oak
consulting engineer three years
ago is helping New York bookbin-
ders handle the 200,000 volumes
damaged in the Jewish Theological
Seminary fire last month.
The booklet, "Water Damaged
Files, Papers and Records" was
written by George H. Amber, who
once headed the Document Re-
clamation Service, Inc., of Royal
Oak. He has since gone into an-
other field of interest.
Bookbinder Carolyn Horton
sent out the appeal for the book-
let informing Amber that "We
are struggling with about 200,000
water-damaged books, experi-
menting with freeze drying,
thinking of putting those we can't
handle in cold storage, if possible
blast frozen to form the smallest
possible crystals."
Miss Horton said she learned
about Amber's booklet in a course
at Cooperstown University on con-
servation of valuable books and
documents.
Expressing his surprise at the
request, Amber said he had prac-
tically forgotten that he ever had
an interest in the subject. He also
sent a copy to the librarian of the
Seminary.
Amber and his brother Paul be-
Mr. and Mrs. Brandwine
_ came interested in document re-
for the occasion by Mrs. Brand- clamation when a storm flooded
wine, will be the feature pre- their office and they lost many
valuable items.
sentation of the program.
Mr. Brandwine is a former presi-
dent of the JNF, and an active THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
communal leader. Mrs. 13randwine 12—Friday, May 13, 1966
is former president of the JNF,
and an active communal leader,
and, presently is Phone-a-Gift
chairman of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
The ceremonies will be followed
by a musical tribute to Israel's lath
birthday, rendered by Ruth Gold-
TO
man, accompanied by Rose Mash.
The annual report of activities
and of the final plans - for the pil-
grimage to Israel to dedicate the
John F. Kennedy Peace Forest on
July 4 will be given by Mrs. Pearl
Spring and Summer
Nosan, president of the auxiliary.
1966
She will also announce the date of
round trip
"The Detroit Day," when the spe-
Jet from New York
cial tour will have been arranged
$53500
to dedicate the pillars of Courage
in Gadot, on the Syrian Border.

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brandwine
will conduct the proceedings of the
installation of officers of the Wom-
en's Auxiliary of Jewish National
Fund at the annual meeting Tues-
day, 12:30 p.m., at Beth Aaron
Synagogue, 18000 Wyoming. Des-
sert luncheon will be served. Mem-
bers and friends are invited.
The installation will consist of
ceremonies especially arranged by
Mrs. Brandwine, who is the pro-
gram chairman, for the afternoon,
MR. AND MRS. WINE
and by Mr. Bandwine who will act
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Wine of as installing officer.
Collingwood Ave. will be honored
"A Pageant of Flowers," written
at a luncheon given by their chil-
dren in celebration of their 50th
weding anniversary Sunday at
Raleigh House.
Married in Detroit May 3, 1916,
they are the parents of Arnold,
Leonard, Mrs. Martin Messinger
and Mrs. Leo Goldstein. They have
five grandchildren.
Mr. Wine has been in the plumb-
ing business for many years, and
they are 50-year members of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.

WSU Al umni Cite

Grads for Service

Distinguished Wayne State Uni-
versity graduates will receive
Alumni Awards at the university's
98th reunion May 21 in the Com-
munity Arts exhibit area.
Among the seven to be honored
for their service to the university
and community are Mrs. Olga G.
Dworkin, class of '46, of 31401
Stonewood, Farmington; David A.
Goldman, '35, and '37, 28682 Mill-
brook, Farmington; and Leslie R.
Schmier, '36, and '41, of 19365
Lauder.
Mrs. Dworkin received the
Women of Wayne Service Award
in 1965 after previously serving
as president. A former officer of
the alumni association and also
of the Wayne State Fund, she has
been active in many community
affairs including the Michigan
Kidney Foundation and the Zonta
Club. She is secretary-treasurer
of the Diore Building Co., a
residential building firm owned
by her and her husband, Irving
Dworkin.
Goldman is an attorney with the
firm of Goldman and Grabow. He
is the president of the Detroit
1-Chapter of the Federal Bar As-
sociation and national secretary
as well as Detroit president of
Highland Park Municipal Judge Tau Epsilon Rho legal fraternity.
David L. Golden, a- municipal He has served as president of
court judge for 1.8 tears, has an- the WSU Alumni Association and
nounced his candidacy for a six- on the board of the Law Alumni
year term on the Association.
Wayne County
A graduate of the law school,
Circuit Court Schmier is the president of the
bench.
A resident of Wayne State Fund and past
Highland Park president of the WSU _Alumni
for 50 years, Association. He was chairman
Judge Golden of the Clarence B. Hilberry
has been active Scholarship Fund and served on
in many facets of the civic committee for the city-
wide Hilberry Tribute Dinner.
community life.
Schmier is a national board
In 1965, the citi-
zens of Highland member of the Union of American
Golden
Park honored him for 25 years of Hebrew Congregations, a cab-
community service It a testimon- inet member of the Anti-Defama-
ial dinner. Last year he received tion League of Bnai Brith, a board
a community service award for member of the Jewish Center and
"Outstanding Community Service" has served on the board of the
by the North American Judges As- Children's Orthogenic School. He
is president of the Prudential In-
- sociation.
A member of the State Bar of vestment Co.
Michigan, he has served as a
The Great-West Life Assurance
member of the Municipal and
Traffic Court Committee for the Co. has awarded REUBEN R.
past 11 years, president of the YOUNG membership for 1966 in
Wayne County Municipal Judges the Leaders Section of the Presi-
Association for two terms, presi- dent's Club. The club is composed
dent of the Michigan Municipal of leading representatives of the
Judges Association and is cur- company who, in the past year,
rently a member of the Board of have distinguished t h e m s e 1 ves
Governors of the North American through outstanding sales accom-
Judges Association. He is a past plishment and maintenance of high
president of the Highland Park standards in the conduct of their
business.
Association.

Golden in Race
for Circuit Court

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