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May 13, 1966 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-13

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$33,000 Bonds Sold at Ahavas Achim

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At the Ahavas Achim Israel Hai anniversary dinner, which
resulted in Israel Bond sales totaling $33,090 are (from left) Rabbi
'Seymour M. Panitz; Norinan Blake, dinner committee co-chairman;
Congressman John D. Dingell, guest speaker, and David Silver,
dinner co-chairman • and MC, at the affair.

Hebrew Schools to Honor 3. Members
of • Board: Crohn, Gilbert and Landau

Three pioneers in the field of
Jewish education in Detroit, Law-
rence W. Crohn, Philip J. Gilbert,
and Maurice Landau, will be hon-
ored at the 46th annual meeting
of the United Hebrew Schools 6:30
p.m. Tuesday, at the Esther Ber-
man Building. All are members of
the UHS board of directors and
over the years have contributed
significantly to the development
of the schools.
Well known as a dedicated sup-
porter of Jewish education, Crohn
has served the
UHS in the fol-
lowing capacities:
vice president of
the board for
nine years; mem-
ber of the exec-
utive committee;
chairman of the
education a n d
public relations
member of the Midrasha board;
and active participant in the plan-
ning of the annual Midrasha In-
As a member of the executive
committee and board of the UHS,

iated with the UHS. The result
is a unique and greatly strengthen-
ed community-wide Hebrew school
Maurice Landau, in addition to
serving for many years as vice
president and treasurer of the
UHS board, has also been a mem-
ber of the education and executive
Guest speaker for the eve-
ning, William B. Goldfarb, will
discuss "the Role of the Lay-
man in Jewish Education."
Goldfarb, prominent Cleveland
attorney, is president of t h e
Cleveland Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation and the National Council
on Adult Jewish Education. He
has taught in Jewish institutions
for 15 years, including one year
as a ten.f..her of math
and world literature in Israel.
The UHS will hold election of
officers and board members, and
annual reports will be presented
by Board President George M.
Zeltzer and Albert Elazar, super-
intendent of the schools.
For dinner reservations call Mrs.
Broder, DI 1-3407.


Watts Riot in Detroit? .
Conyers Explores Issue

The Oak Park Citizens Commit-
tee for Human Relations will have
Congressman John Conyers Jr.,
Democrat of the 1st - Congressional
District, as guest speaker at its
annual meeting 7 fr"•:-.
p.m. Sunday, at
Cong. Beth Sha-
Conyers will
speak on the ques-
tion: "Is a Watts
Possible in De-
Calvin Lippitt
president of the
human relations
committee, s a i cl
Conyers, a native
Detroiter, is well
informed about
the racial situation in the Greater
Detroit area, and he is well qual-
ified to present viewpoints and
information on the subject as a
reliable authority.
The public is invited. There will
be a coffee reception following.

Kasle Gallery Exhibits
Works of Natkin, Todd

The paintings of Robert Natkin
and -the sculpture of Mike Todd
will be exhibited at the Gertrude-
Kasle Gallery, 310 Fisher Building,
from May 23 through June 17.
Natkin was born in Chicago in
1930. He graduated from the Chi-
cago Art Institute in 1952. His
paintings have been included in
many national exhibits.
Todd was born in Omaha, Ne-
braska in 1935. After receiving
his B.S.A. at the University of
Notre Dame, and his M.A. at
U.C.L.A., he was awarded a Ful-
bright Scholarship to • Paris. He
constructs and assembles clusters
-of brightly painted spheres, shoe-
nuts, and bolts.

Friday, May 13, 1966-13

Agenda for Final Delegate Assembly
Includes Election, Year-End Reports

Plans for the Jewish Community
Council's final delegate assembly
of the season, to be held 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Jewish Center,
have been announced by Council
President Dr. Samuel Krohn.
Convening the officers and dele-
gates of the 340 organizations af-
filiated with the Council, assem-
blies are held four times during
the year and provide the oppor-
tunity for consideration of topics
of primary interest to the Jewish
Election and installation of Coun-
cil officers and executive commit-
tee members is scheduled. A nom-
inating committee report, which
was submitted and accepted at the
March assembly, proposed Dr.
Krohn for re-election to the of-
fice of president. At the same time,
the committee recommended the
election of the following persons
for Council office: Harold Berry,
Avern Cohn and Irving Pokempner,
vice presidents; George M. Zeltzer,
secretary, and Sidney J. Karbel,
Presidents and delegates of or-
ganizations which have become
affiliated with the council dur-
ing the current season will be in- -
troduced to the assembly. The or-
ganizations are: Akiva Hebrew
Day School, Akiva Hebrew Day
School PTA, Birmingham Tem-
ple, Bnai Brith Centennial Lodge
and the Jewish Center Culture.
Club. -
Additional items on the agenda
include a special year-end report
to the delegates by the council
president. Dr. -Krohn will discuss
and evaluate the nature of coun-
cil activity and programing during
the past season.


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Summary • reports by the chair-
men of council's three standing
committees will supplement Dr.
K•ohn's remarks. The chairmen
who will be reporting are Lawrence
Gubow for the community relations
committee, Hubert J. Sidlow for the
internal relations committee and
George M. Zeltzer for the culture
Members of the Detroit Women,
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity,
will serve as hostesses at a social
hour following the meeting. Mrs.
Martin Selik' is chairman of the
hostess committee.

City Opera Boutique Managing
Director Marianna Lee has an-
nounced the appointment of
LLOYD H. WESTON Associates as
public relations counselors- and
ticket sales representatives for the
newly organized D e t r o it opera
company. The Opera Boutique will
perform its first series 8 p.m. June
1, 3 and 8 at the Detroit Institute
of Arts Auditorium. Excerpts from
"Aida" (with ballet)- and other
great operas will be presented.


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Philip Gilbert was the chairman
and moving force in the establish-
ment of partnership relationships
with all congregations now affil-

Attorney Irving Ackerman
Runs for Recorder's Judge

Irving B. Ackerman, Detroit at-
torney for 35 years and a leader
in civic, community, and charitable
affairs, has ' filed for election as
judge of the Recorder's Court.
Ackerman, 56, of 20073 Shrews-
bury, a former law partner of
Circuit Court Judge Nathan S.
Kaufman, served six years on the
Wayne County Board of Super-
The candidate is a member of
the Jewish Community Council and
a former board member of Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
Ackerman has been a member
of the Old Newsboys for 22 years
and last year was elected vice
president of the Old Newsboys
Goodfellow Fund.
Ackerman has served as dele-
gate to Democratic Party county
and state conventions and was a
delegate to the 1964 national con-
vention. He has served as treas-
urer of the 1st and 13th Demo-
cratic Party organizations.
The candidate and his wife,
Feige, have three children,

Detroit • General Hospital Serv-
ice League elected MRS. BURTON
ANSELL of Pleasant Ridge, to the
board of directors for a three-year






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