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July 29, 1966 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-29

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32—Friday, July 29, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dr. Charles Gilman
Weds Roslyn Brown

People Make News

At the 16th annual convention
of the National Association of
Public Insurance Adjusters, in
Toronto recently CHARLES I.
JACOBSON, 8801 Kingswood, was
elected president of the organiza-
tion. Jacobson was one of the
charter members of the NAPIA.
He is president of Midwest Fire
Adjustment Co., 14744 Fenkell,
and has been a public insurance
adjuster for over 32 years. He is
a member of Moslem Shrine Ma-
sonic Lodge No. 530, juvenile
commissioner of Wayne County,
Greater Detroit Board of Corn,
merce, chairman of. the educa-
tional committee of Bnai Brith and
Beth Aaron Synagogue.
* *
WILLIAM H. SCHWARTZ of
New York has been appointed asso-
ciate director of development of
Yeshiva University, it was an-
nounced by Abraham Zeitz, direc-
tor of development.
*
*
Israel Chief Rabbi YITZHAK
NISSIM, who made a four-day
visit to Turkey, returned to Israel
after visiting Jewish institutions
and conferring with Turkish Jew-
ish leaders. He was a guest of
honor at a reception given by
Israel Consul General Carmon
which was attended by JewiSh
community leaders and Turkish
personalities. Turkish Chief Rab-
bi Asseo also gave a dinner hon-
oring Rabbi Nissim.

IRV OLIN, athletic director of
Brandeis University, has been
named manager of the 40-member
United States team that will par-
ticipate in the Pan-American Mac-
cabiah Games in Sao Paulo, Bra-
zil, Aug. 23-28.

GORDON R. MEISNER, gen-
eral agent and local representa-
tive for Indianapolis Life Insur-
ance Company, attended a meeting
of Counselors' Club, Indianapolis
Life Insurance top production or-
ganization, at Grove Park Inn,
Asheville, N. C.
* * *
Architect JACK FRIEDMAN has
opened new offices. at 344 Hamil-
ton, Birmingham. He studied fine
arts at the Chicago School of De-
sign and Wayne State University
and received a bachelor of archi-
tecture degree from the University
of Michigan. He served his ap-
prenticeship with Louis G. Red-
stone. In addition to many asso-
ciated credits, he individually has
designed Pontiac Medical Build-
ing, Bloomfield Country Day
School and Lawyers Building in
Bloomfield Twp. He and his wife
Bernice have two daughters, Karol
and Beth. The Friedmans are
members of Cong. Bnai Israel.
*
*
*
SOLOMON SCHIMMEL, of 8214
Santa Clara, is enrolled in a grad-
uate seminar in development of
cognitive processes in children at
the Merrill-Palmer I n s t i t u t e,
through Aug. 5. A United Hebrew
Schools teacher, he is studying
under Dr. Carolyn Shantz, research
associate in development psycho-
logy at Merrill-Palmer.

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MAURICE A. BETMAN was
third in sales for the Northwestern
Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
Southeastern Michigan in the
month of June.
* * *
M A R V I N BRAITERMAN of
Baltimore has been appointed to
the new post of director of educa-
tion and research for the Reli-
gious Action Center of the Union
of American Hebrew ,Congrega-
tions, in Washington, D.C.
*
*
*
IRVING S. CANE, former co-
ordinator of Mayor Cavanagh's in-
dustrial and commercial develop-
ment committee, announced the
formation of his, new firm, Cane
and Associates, Inc., with offices
in the Michigan Consolidated Gas
MRS. CHARLES GILMAN
Company Building. The new corn-
pany specializes in industrial and
The Adath Israel Synagogue in
commercial real estate and Cane Hamilton, Ont., was the setting for
also serves as an urban renewal the marriage of Roslyn Diane
consultant.
Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Brown, of Guelph, Ont., to
Dr. Charles Gilman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Gilman, of Northgate
Blvd., Oak Park. Rabbi Morton
Green and Rabbi Harold Lerner
officiated.
The bride wore a full-length
F. Robert Levison, an executive Balenciaga gown with a line-style,
with Michigan Typesetting and scoop neck, short sleeves and ap-
Flexitype and Douglas Offset Com- pliques of delicate lace enhancing
panies in Detroit, has been appoint- the bodice and front of the skirt.
ed Detroit consul of El Salvador, A wedding ring band of matching
Central America.
material held the bride's elbow-
The appointment was made by length bouffant veil and she car-
the Minister of Foreign Relations ried a semi-crescent bouquet of
feathered chrysanthemums, carna-
tions and an orchid.

Appoint Levison.
Detroit Consul
for El Salvador

The matron of honor was Mrs.
Richard Weiss, the bridegroom's
sister. Maid of honor was Phyl-
lis Brown, --of Guelph, the bride's
sister. Bridesmaids were Janice
Burnstein of Montreal and Paula
Waxman of Hamilton.

F. ROBERT LEVISON

for the Republic of El Salvador,
and made official by the U. S.
State Department June 6.
Levison will officially represent
the government of El Salvador in
Detroit in all matters concerning
that country.
Carlos Gallusser, manager of the
International Division of Flexitype
and Douglas Offset Co., will assist
Levison with foreign correspond-
ence and language interpretation.
The Consulate of El Salvador in
Detroit will assist and cooperate
closely in the interest of further
development of American business
in El Salvador, in addition offering
counseling service on techniques of
selling as well as other pertinent
information to expedite matters in
an efficient and prompt manner—
such as documentary requirements
for shipments, details of foreign
quota regulations and licensing
procedures; tariff classification,
exchange control regulations, pro-
tection of patents and trade marks.

Flexitype and Douglas Offset
Co. maintains a close association
with Offset Dutriz Printing Com-
pany in El Salvador. Alex Dutriz,
president of Offset Dutriz, works
closely with Levison.and Gallusser
on matters involving printing and
distribution of graphic arts ma-
terial in Central and South Amer-
ican countries.

Wide Acclaim for Rosen,berg's Book,
`Judaism,' Issued by Catholic Priests

"Judaism" by Rabbi Stuart E.
Rosenberg of Cong. Beth Tzedec,
Toronto, carried this introductory
message:
"Dedicated to the Paulist Fat•
ers, whose low
of God and Fel-
lowman made it
seemly in their
eyes to ask a
Rabbi to tell
Christians of
Judaism."
This explains
only in part why
a Catholic p u b-
lishing house,
Paulist Press of
Glen Rock, N. J.,
issued t h i s 160-
page book to ex-
plain Jewish eth-
ics, customs, cer-Rabbi Rosenberg
emonials and beliefs. In an intro-
duction, Rev. E. L. Bader, C.S.P.,
director, Vancouver Catholic Cen-
ter, calls this book an "ecumenical
first" even in 1966 and explains
its history: he had himself lectured
to Catholics on Judaism and Prot-
estantism, but they were not suf-
ficient for understanding by stu-
dents, and Rabbi Rosenberg was
asked to prepare this text which
now is being hailed widely as most
interesting and understandable by
Catholic dignitaries.

There is an interesting ap-
proach to the subject "Judaism"
by Rabbi Rosenberg. He com-
mences by outlining "The Growth
of Judaism," opening his explana-
tions with a comment on "Spiri-
tually, we are all Semites"—a
quote from Pope Pius XI. He
then proceeds to evaluate Bibli-
cal and Rabbinic Judaism, and
finally modern Judaism—a chap -
ter in which he touches upon
current religious life as prac-
ticed by Reform, Orthodox and
Conservative elements.

By Sid Shmai'ak

Arnold G. Klett is realizing his
life's ambition this weekend at
KLETT CADILLAC, 24600 Grand
River. Klett graduated at age 17
and opened his own - Ford dealer-
ship the same year, 1921. In 1925
Klett became a Pontiac, Oakland
and Hupmobile dealer and later
had an Oldsmobile dealership.
Since 1948, Klett has had his own
Cadillac dealership and in 1961,
Klett began making plans to con-
struct the largest, most modern
Cadillac dealership in the world.
Torn Driesbach, who has been an
automobile dealer since 1947, be-
came associated with Klett in
1965 and together they have made
Klett's vision, a reality. The
new building contains over 69,000
square feet; features a service
dept. with five car stalls servicing;
parking for 54 Cadillacs inside;
a six-car turntable for delivery
of new cars with red carpet treat-
ment; a complete parts department
and parking for 75 cars outside.

Patriotism is easy to understand
in America. It means looking out
for yourself by looking out for
your country. — Calvin Coolidge
(1923).

OSS REALTY CO.

It is the clarity with which
Rabbi Rosenberg presents his sub-
ject, the thoroughness within
brevity, that makes his work
stand out.

There is no doubt that its con-
tents will prove valuable to Jewish
and Protestant readers as well, and
even Jews who should be fully ac-
quainted with the subject will find
great merit in the work. The fact,
that it was published by a Catholic
order gives Rosenberg's "Judaism"
special merit.

Rain in Summer

How beautiful is the rain!
After the dust and heat,
In the broad and fiery street,
In the narrow lane,
How beautiful is the rain!
From the poem by Henry Wads-
worth Longfellow (1807-1882).

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The second portion of this book,
entitled "The Jewish Year: The
Worship of the Lord," explains the
Siddur, the Synagogue and all that
is related to it, including the Haz-
zan, the Rabbi, the services; and
then he describes the Sabbath and
all the Jewish holidays, including

The best man was Dr. Richard
Weiss, and ushers were Martin
Kopitz, Mark Kopitz and Lawrence
Shook.
Also in the bridal procession
were the grandparents of the Tisha b'Av.
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown
In the final portion of the book,
and Mrs. Sarah Adler, of Hamil- "The Jewish Life: From Cradle
ton.
to Grave," deals with customs re-
After a honeymoon trip to Puer-
to Rico, the couple will live in
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To make his work fully under-
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ing important Jewish terms, is ap-
pended to the book.

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