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December 02, 1966 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-12-02

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28—Friday, December 2, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Czech Stamps Honor Jewish History

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Honoring the 1,000th year of the Jewish community of Prague,
the Czechoslovakian postal authority will issue a series of six stamps
featuring Jewish scenes and personalities Dec. 28. Included are
(from left, top) objects in the State-Jewish Museum in Prague: a
30-heller stamp showing details of Tora adornments; 60 heller, the
coat of arms of the Prague printer family, Gersoniden; 1-kronen,
a pitcher with design from the Hevra Kadisha of Nikulov, year
1804; (bottom) 1.20 kronen, the 700th anniversary of the
Altneu Synagogue in Prague; 1.40 kronen, paying tribute to the
Jews who perished in concentration camps, listed on the wall in
the Pinkas Synagogue; and the 1.60 kronen, commemorating the
Jewish astronomer, mathematician and historian David Gans (1541-
1613), and showing the tombstone bearing his name. Three dif-
ferent official covers will be issued by the postal administration,
as well as a special first day cancel using a star of David, a hat
and the number 1,000. For information, contact Iry Girer, president
of the Society of Israel Philatelists, Detroit-Oak Park Chapter,
18971 Santa Rosa.

A.rtk An

Nov. 24 — To Mr. and .IVIxs,
Donald A. Smith (Carol Rice),
13840 Kenwood, Oak Park, a
daughter, Andrea Ellen.

Nov. 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Marx (Ellen Wasserman),
19837 Monte Vista, a son, Jason
Randall.
* *
Nov. 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Ruby (Linda Olen), 24700 Sussex,
Oak Park, a daughter; Jill Beth.

* * *

Nov. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Cohen (Ilene Eisman), 21615
Stratford Ct., Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Jacqueline Sue.
* * *

Nov. 16—To Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
Lieberman (Rochelle Fleischer),
15001 Northfield, Oak Park, a
daughter, Julie Faye.
* * *
Nov. 15—To Dr. and Mrs. Mar-
shall Strome of Ann Arbor (Deena
Lazarov of Detroit), a son, Randall
Alan.
* * *
Nov. 14 — To Dr. and Mrs. Don-
ald A. Simon (Carmen Shahal of
Tripoli) 29788 Fairfax, Southfield,
a daughter, Simone.
* * *

Nov. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Michaels (Judy LaBret Levinson),
18857 Goldwin, Southfield, a son,
Gary Steven.
Nov. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-

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shall Disner (Barbara Berman),
Nov. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Carl
18042 Schaefer, a son, Robert Ben- Scott (Rhoda Feinburg), 29390 Lee-
jamin.
moor, Southfield, a daughter, Cyn-
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thia Sharon.
Nov. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Rosen (Ceci Raznick), 21789 Vir-
ginia, Southfield, a daughter, Nancy
Lynn.

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MISS SHARON BROOKS

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brooks of
Indiana Ave. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Sharon to
Robert Gordon Rudin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis Rudin of Lauder
Ave.
The bride-elect and her fiance,
who was affiliated with Tau Epsilon
Phi Fraternity while attending
Walsh Institute of Accountancy, are
planning a May 27 wedding.

People Make News

RALPH I. LIPSHAW, presi-
d e n t of the Lipshaw Manage-
ment Co., was awarded' the M.A.I.
designation by the governing coun-
cil of the American Institute of
Real Estate Appraisers at its an-
nual meeting in Miami Beach, Nov.
14. This designation automatically
admits Lipshaw to membership in
the Institute. Just over 4,000 ap-
praisers have qualified for this
designation since the Institute was
founded in 1932. To receive the
M.A.I. designation, Lipshaw had
to have at least f iv e- y ear s'
full-time appraising experience.
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IRV GIRER, president of the De-
troit-Oak Park Chapter of the So-
ciety of Israel Philatelists, is exe-
cutive secretary of the first World
Congress of Israel, Holy Land and
Judaica Societies to be held in
1968 in Jerusalem. President is Dr.
Werner Hoexter.
• * *
Harold 0. Zim-
man, Lynn, Mass.
communal leader.
is the new chair-
man of JWB's
national health
and physical Ed-
ucation Commit-
tee which guides
JWB's health and
physical educa-
tion services to
Jewish Commu-
nity Centers.

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THOMAS REYES, the president
of the Chilean Senate, and EU-
GENIO BALLESTEROS, president
of the House of Representatives,
who attended the dedication of Is-
rael's new parliament building
in Jerusalem, were honored at a
banquet given by the Chilean Zion.
ist Federation. Sen. Reyes told
the banquet that "we can give
testimony that the government and
people of Israel have made the
greatest effort to live in peace
with their neighbors and to con-
tinue their great work."
*
*
Dr. LEONARD STITELMAN of
the department of political science,
Wayne State University, delivered
a paper at the 1966 conference of
the International Data Processing
Management Association, in Los
Angeles. The paper concerned the
current status of automation in
education and described the use
of computers for instruction,
class scheduling, counseling and
grading.
* * *
The Wayne County Unit, Ameri-
can Cancer Society, elected NOR-
MAN N. ROBBINS president at its
recent board of directors meeting.
Robbins also will serve as a dele-
gate to the Michigan Division board
of directors. Robbins, an attorney,
is affiliated with the firm of Rob-
bins, Brown, Herman and Karay.
* * *
Prof. JASON TICKTON will be
guest artist at a lecture-concert
presented by Mode Locale at Mar-
iners' Church 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
day. With his cantorial soloist,
John Redfield, Prof. Tickton will
perform excerpts from the Heb-
rew liturgical year. Tickton is as-
sociate professor of music at
Wayne State University. He is
also organist and music director
at Temple Beth El. Composer of
liturgical music, he has performed
in over 300 temples in the United
States, Canada, Europe and Israel.

Rabbi Hiyya bar Abba asked the
Patriarch Judah for a letter of
recommendation, since he wished
to leave Palestine on business. The
Patriarch wrote: "Behold, the
bearer is a great man. His great-
ness consists in the fact that he is
not ashamed to admit, when asked
something he has not learned, that
he has not heard this from his
teachers. He is our representative
and has equal authority with -us
while away." — T. J. Hagigah, 1.

An honorary fellowship of Weiz-
mann Institute has been confer-
red upon ABBA EBAN "in recog-
nition of his many and brilliant
contributions to the state of Israel
as ambassador to the United
States and the United Nations, as
minister of education, deputy pre-
mier and foreign minister and for
his distinguished services to the in-
stitute as its president from 1959
to 1966."

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