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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-05

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18—August 5, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ale rrily SueRubin Bride
ofAllan Edwa rd Tann

g

ewry On the Air
HIGHLIGHTS
!Philosophy Theme
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2
of Hiohlio- b ht Series
and

Time: 9:15 am.
"Highlights" will present a four-
Station: WJBK
part series on "The Jew and his
Feature: "The Jew and his Philo- Philosophy" starting Sunday. Rab-
spiky," a four part series, (See
bi
b). Morton M. Kanter, Associate
story).
* *
rabbi of Temple Beth El and a
HEAR OUR VOICE
former teacher of philosophy at
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Adeiphi College,
Station: WCAR
will act as host.
The weekly pro-
Feature: "The Magnificent Yos-
sele Rosenblatt" with comments gram is present-
on the selection and voice by ed by the Culture
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple Commission o f
the Jewish Com-
Israel Congregation.
* *
munity Council
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Sundays at 9:45
a.m., over Chan-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
nel 2, and 9:15
Station: WWJ
Feature Mark Van Doren and a.m. on WJBK
Maurice Samuels continue their dis- radio.
The series will
cussions of "Dreams and Visions
include
"A Con-
in the Bible."

First Hebrew Course
at U of
Successful

D

The first course in the Hebrew
language to be taught at the Uni-
versity of Detroit came to its suc-
cessful completion.
The course, entitled "An Intro-
duction to Biblical Hebrew" was
entered isto the curriculum of the
Jesuit university on both the un-
dergraduate and graduate levels,
as part of the Theology Depart-
ment, being a fully accredited two-
credit course. Instructor of the
course was Rabbi Jack Goldman,
a resident of Detroit.
The course will be offered again
in the fall semester which begins
Aug. 29. It will be taught every
Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:15
p.m. Registration begins Aug. 25.
For information call the university
342-1000.

I

so ard

You'll Bay
eashmakste.

ages.
"An Interview with Dr. Joachim
Prinz" will reflect how the Jewish
philosophical and talmudic teach-
ings press the Jew into civic issues
and social action. Selected read-
ingS from "Moses to Moses" will
be presented by members of Cen-
ter Theater, with commentary by
the host on Moses, Moses Maimoni-
des and Moses Mendelsohn. Final-
ly, a dramatization of some of
Martin Buber's hasidic vignettes,
offered by members of Center
Theater, will be discussed by Rab-
bi Kanter.
The script material for this series
was compiled by Rabbi Morton M.
Kanter, assisted by Mrs. Reuven
Frankel, in conjunction with Eve-
lyn Orbach, program associate of
the Jewish Community Council
and producer of "Highlights."

U.S. Tourist Disappears
from Eilat; Search Is On

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — No trace
has been found of Hupel Portogaz,
an American tourist who dis-
appeared from the Red Seat port
of Eilat, in southern Israel.
Police said that Portogaz had
been living in Israel for two years
and arrived in Eilat one month
ago. His abandoned car containing
his suitcases was found by police,
but no clue to his whereabouts was
uncovered.

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TRY SOME SOON!

DR. HARRY FRIEDMAN, a 34-
year-old Belgian-trained chemist
working in the Weizmann Institute
of Science, has just been given the
1,000-pound ($333) Somach Sachs
Memorial Award for 1966. Dr.
Friedman received it for his papers
on "The Rotation-Translation Cou-
pling Spectrum of Matrix-Isolated
Molecules." The Somach Sachs Me-
morial Award was established in
1956 by Eugenie Sachs of Pre-
toria, South Africa, for outstand-
ing work in chemistry by a scien-
tist under age 35 at the Weizmann
Institute.

MRS. ALLAN TANN

verstation with Rabbi Kanter
Dr. Henry Herrmann," professor
of humanities and philosophy of
education at Wayne State Uni-
versity, who will survey some of
the outstanding philosophers who
have contributed to the Jewish
point of view throughout the

People Make News

Merrily Sue Rubin and Allan
Edward Tann were united in mar-
riage recently in a candlelight
ceremony at the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Rubin of Fairfield
Rd. and Mr. and Mrs. George
Tann of Warrington Dr.
The bride's gown, specially de-
signed for her was of French
silk tussah, topped by a sheer coat
of Swiss silk organza, appliqued
with flowers. Her headpiece was a
matching pillbox with a floor-
length silk illusion veil.
Mrs. Stephen Arthur Crane, the
bride's sister, served as matron
of honor, and , Mrs. Jeffry Tann,
Susan Miller, Carol Gantz, Andrea
Sherman, Susan Stewart and Wen_
dy Sax were bridesmaids.
The best man was the bride-
groom's brother, Jeffrey Tann,
and ushers were Jack Tann, Rob-
ert Rosman, Joseph Stamil, Robert
Slatkin, Edward Sosnick and Gary
Stern. Rabbi Jacob Segal offici-
ated.
On return from their honeymoon
in Europe, the couple will reside
in Southfield.

Aid for Yeshivot

The Conference on Jewish Ma-
terial Claims Against Germany last
year allocated a total of 238,000
pounds ($80,000) for the support
of yeshivot in Israel.

BY HENRY

LEONA RD I

Israel's Cement Works

Israeli cement factories last yew
produced a total of 1,300,000 ton.
* * *
of cement of which 158,000 to,
m
NEW YORK — JOHN J. KAR- worth $1,300,000 was exported. --
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SAM EMMER

* *

SIDNEY STARK, JR., Pitts-
burgh businessman and civic lead-
er, has been appointed Pennsyl-
vania State Chairman of the Am-
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Berditchev-Keshenev
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Berditchev-Keshenev Aid Socie-
ty, at its installation of officers
Aug. 1, installed Louis Bassin,
president; Harry Rocklin, vice
president; M. Corrusky and Jacob
Resnick, secretaries: Rubin Miller,
treasurer; Mrs. Joseph Fantich and
Mrs. Harry Rocklin, hospitalers;
and Mrs. Jennie Messerman, hon-
orary hospitaler.

IRVING S. MANDEL has be-
come associated with Bank Leumi-
New York in the capacity of vice
president, Dr. Y. Foerder, chair-
man, announced. Mandel, a retired
vice president of Bankers Trust
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of varied banking experience, with
specialization in credit matters.
A resident of Brooklyn for many
years, he now lives in Forest Hills.

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