Friday, November 18, 1966-33
Kemeny-ScheinkerTrotA Miss Dorene Weisberg Ruth Rott, Paul Chosid THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
• Announced in Syracuse Engaged toNew Yorker to Speak Vows in Sp ring `Hitler Legacy' to Be Aired at Parley on Ultra-Right
NEW YORK—A conference on
Hitler's Legacy in the World: Neo-
Nazism, Racism and the Ultra
Right in the U. S. A., organized by
the Committee to Combat Nazism
and Anti-Semitism, will be held
Dec. 3-4 at the Hotel Governor
Clinton, New York City.
The conference will discuss the
gamut of ultra-right organizations
in this country, some of which have
recently registered alarming gains
in membership, as well as the
rabid racism and anti-Semitism of
such groups as George Lincoln
Rockwell's American Nazi Party,
the Renaissance Party and the
The recent warnings of a re-
surgence of Nazism in West Ger-
many, with neo-Nazi parties reg-
istering electoral gains, will also
MISS MARILYN KEMENY
MISS DORENE WEISBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Kemeny
of Syracuse announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Marilyn to
Michael Scheinker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus Scheinker, 20010
Miss Kemeny is a senior at Sy-
racuse University. Her fiance is
attending Wayne State.
The couple plans a June 10 wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weisberg,
of Franklin Park Dr., Franklin,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Dorene to Terry Matilsky,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matilsky
of Plainview, N.Y.
Miss Weisberg and her fiance
are seniors at the University of
Michigan. A summer wedding is
MISS RUTH ROTT
Michigan's rivers and streams
would reach one and a half times
around the world.
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People Make News
Former Israeli Premier DAVID
Dr. Moses Rosen, chief rabbi of
Romania, will be a featured guest BEN-GURION has been unani-
speaker -at the 68th anniversary mously elected president of the
national biennial convention of the Bible Research Society. The so-
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre- ciety has been without a president
since the death of Philip Korn-
gations to be
green eight years ago.
held Nov. 23-27
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at the Shoreham
The B. F. Chamberlain Real
Estate Co. an-
nounces the ap-
pointment of Lin-
tion sessions will
coln Newland as
focus on creative
the major issues
as assistant to
can and world
Jewish life and
on the role of
by the Chamber-
Jewry in the
lain Co. for the
worldwide quest Dr.Rosen
for peace and security and the past 31/2 years as
struggle against poverty, injustice sales manager
and other problems confronting and regional di-
rector. He will Newland
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take on his new duties immediately.
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The Weizmann Institute of Sci-
ence reported that Prof. ISAAC
LAWRENCE A. WIEN, promi-
BERENBLUM, head of the insti- nent Jewish philanthropist, former
tute's biology department, was president and ex-campaign chair-
elected a member of the Council man of the Federation of Jewish
of the International Union Against Philanthropies of New York, has
Cancer, now meeting in Tokyo. made a gift of $1,000,000 to Colum-
Prof. Berenblum has been active bia University. The gift, the uni-
in research on cancer and is a versity stated, is the first indi-
member of a number of interna- vidual contribution to the institu-
tional bodies fighting the disease. tion's $200,000,000 fund-raising
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drive, announced last month, when
JACOB BLAUSTEIN, noted Jew- the Ford Foundation opened that
ish leader, left Israel last weekend, campaign with a grant of $35,000,-
after having spent a week in the 000. Wien's gift, it was stated,
country at the invitation of the specified that $750,000 of the total
Israel government. Blaustein went be used to endow a faculty chair.
to Israel to confer with Prime Min- Wien is a graduate of Columbia
ister Levi Eshkol and other top of- College, received his law degree
ficials regarding security, political at Columbia School of Law, and
and economic problems. Blaustein has been an alumni trustee of the
also visited with President Shazar university since 1964. He is an
as well as with Mrs. Golda Meir, attorney and realtor.
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formerly minister of foreign af-
fairs, and paid a special visit to
Dr. IMMANUEL JAKOBOVITS
former Prime Minister David Ben- of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in
Gurion. He also met with Theo- New York, newly elected Chief
dore Kollek, mayor of Jerusalem, Rabbi of the British Common-
and Dr. Andre Chouraqui, deputy wealth, will be the keynote speak-
mayor, on problems relating to the er at the national biennial conven-
developing of the capital of Israel. tion of the Women's Branch of
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the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
DR. MEIR YOELI, poet, human- gregations of American, Nov. 27-29,
ist and physician, accepted Sunday at the Shoreham Hotel, in Wash-
the second annual Maimonides ington.
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Award for outstanding contribu-
tions to medicine and Jewish learn-
SIDNEY BUCKWOLD has been
ing at Michael Reese Hospital and elected mayor of Saskatoon, Sas-
Medical Center. The award was -katchewan. He had served as
presented by the hospital and the mayor from 1958 to 1964 and re-
College of Jewish Studies of Chi- signed then to make an unsuccess-
cago. Dr. Yoeli is conducting re- ful try in the federal elections.
search in parisitology at New York His victory was a narrow one, de-
University. He has been decorated feating the incumbent mayor by
by the Royal Society of Medicine a majority of 196 in a total poll of
in London and the Pasteur Insti- nearly 30,000. Buckwold has long
tute of Parish • for breakthrough been active- in Jewish communal
discoveries' in his field.
be on the conference program
with such speakers on neo-Na-
zism as Charles R. Allen, Jr.,
author of "Heusinger of the
Fourth Reich" and "German
Hand on the Nuclear Trigger."
Organizations are asked to send
two delegates or observers to the
conference. Individuals are invited
to attend. Information and regis-
tration blanks are available at the
office of the Committee to Combat
Nazism and Anti-Semitism, 1182
Broadway, New York 10001.
IN WEDDING ..BAR –IVIITZVA -H
CONFIRIVIATIOU:AND PAR T4--
HAROLD M. FREED has been
appointed a career representative
of the Detroit general agency of
National Life Insurance of Ver-
mont, general agent Austin A.
Kanter announced. A native of
Farrell, Pa., Freed was a techni-
cal sergeant with the U. S. Army
Signal Corps in World War II. He
is a member of Temple Israel and
* * *
JOSEPH J. SISCO, assistant
Secretary of State for Interna-
tional Organization Affairs, will
be the principal speaker at the
52nd annual meeting of the Joint
Distribution Committee, Dec. 7, in
New York, it was announced by
Louis Broido, JDC Chairman.
It is related that one day Le-
mach ben Lekish and a fellow
philosopher were strolling outside
the town of Helem discoursing on
the wonders of creation. One of
them stopped and became lost in
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