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January 20, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-20

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People Make News

Dr. Abram Sachar, president of
Brandeis University, will address
the national conference of American
ORT Federation
Sunday, at Amer-
icana Hotel, New
York, it was an-
nounced b y D r.
William Haber,
the organization's
president. More
than 500 dele-
gates representing
-Q0,000 ORT mem-
rs acrossthe
tintry are ex-
pected at the
all-day sessions.
T h e conference
will act on pro-
posals to expand
t h e vocational
Dr. Sachar
training and economic aid programs
which ORT operates in 21 coun-
tries, Dr. Haber stated.
* *
President Johnson has nominated
Prof. JACK B. WEINSTEIN of
New York and Justice MYRON L.
GORDON of Madison, Wis., to fill
vacancies in the federal district
courts of New York and Wisconsin.
He has also designated Milton D.
Korman, an instructor at South-
eastern University, as an associate
justice of the District of Columbia

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

Court of General Sessions. Prof.
Weinstein was named to the bench
in the Eastern District of New
York. Justice Gordon, a member
of the Wisconsin Supreme Court,
will serve as federal judge for
eastern Wisconsin.
* *
Seventy-five scholarships for the
vocational training of Israeli young
persons were established Sunday
in honor of the 75th birthday of
ISAAC HAMLIN, a leader of the
Labor Zionist movement in the
Guest Column
United States for the past half
I noted that lately I have been
century and founder and first
national secretary of the Israel indulging myself in the wonderful
Histadrut Campaign. The scholar- warmth of nostalgia, and where
ships, funds for which were con- nostalgia is concerned, the old
tributed by friends of Hamlin, days in Detroit occupy the center
were announced at a luncheon in of my thoughts.
his honor attended by some 500
I warmly remember the many
representatives of Jewish and hours of pleasure I had at the
labor organizations. Cabled greet- old Aaron DeRoy Community Cen-
ings to Hamlin were received from ter on Woodward and Holbrook.
Israel President Zalman Shazar; . There was Bert Ruby, the "Magyar
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol; for- Hercules" teaching wrestling and
mer Prime Minister David Ben- the Coleman brothers teaching hand
Gurion; Mrs. Golda Meir, secretary balancing, weight lifting and box-
general of Mapai and former ing. The dear, departed Sonny
foreign minister; and Aharon Beck- Hillman instructing swimming. Sam
er, general secretary of Histadrut. Levy with his volleyball, basketball
* * *
and calisthenics classes. Seymour
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman Berman and Ted Kasczander, the
of the American Jewish Confer- Wayne University fencing stars,
ence on Soviet Jewry, the coordi- who gave so much of their time
nating body of to teach fencing, and who taught
25 national Jew- me how to hold a foil, sabre and
ish organizations, epee, and how to think competitive-
has been elected ly on the fencing mat. Edith Burn-
chairman of the ette Ruby, Reva Usher, and Shirley
American Zionist She c h t e r, who turned fencing
Council which circles on their ears by winning
Jan. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. How-
acts as the co- the Michigan state team champion-
ard S. Becker of Chicago (Diane
ordinating
and ship for the center.
Granat, of Detroit), a daughter,
Then, there was Danny Raskin,
policy-making
Tammy Lynn.
body for the emceeing the social events in the
* * *
entire Zionist Center's large auditorium.
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Miles A.
Then, there was Mr. Rubenstein
movement
in the
Hurwitz (Sheila Linsky), 30550
of the Center's "Basket Room,"
United
State
s.
Woodstock, Southfield, a daughter,
The announce- where today's prominent barrister,
Lauren Meg.
Rabbi Miller ment of his elec- J. Leonard Hyman and I worked
* * *
after school giving Center
Dec. 29—To Dr. and Mrs. Stew- tion was made by the out-going members their gym clothes in
presidium
which
had
governed
the
art Teal (Ann Eichler), 1052
those small steel baskets. There
Island Dr., Ann Arbor, a daugh- affairs of the council since last were approximately 1300 baskets,
July 1. It consisted of Mrs. Char-
ter, Stephanie Beth.
lotte Jacobson, president of Hadas- and Lenny and I used to know the
* * •
sah; Jacques Torczyner, president basket numbers by heart! ! ! Our
Dec. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Her- of the Zionist Organization of weekly stipend was $8 for each of
bert Lawson (Carol Ann Dick- America; Rabbi Herschel Schacter, us for 38 hours of work after
stein), 25469 Lincoln Terrace, Oak president of the Religious Zionists school.
Park, a son, Steven Mark.
It is with pleasure that I remem-
of America; and Hy Faine, presi-
* *
dent of the Labor Zionist Organiza- ber the time when Seymour - Ber-
Dec. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs. tion of America. Faine was elected man and Ted Kasczander in-
Joel L. Goldman (Sidell Lewis), to serve as chairman of the execu- informed the fencing class that they
20577 Evergreen, a son, Howard tive committee of the council. had arranged a fencing match
Ian.
* * *
between us "Poor Boys" with our
* * *
torn, worn, but clean fencing uni-
The
election
of
JAKOB
MICH-
Nov. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
forms and equipment, against the
AEL
of
New
York
to
the
board
of
Gregory Warren (Diane Lazar),
impeccably tailored "Gentlemen"
25583 Briar, Oak Park, a daughter, trustees of Yeshiva University was from Cranbrook. The match was
announced by Max J. Etra, chair-
Judith Lynn.
held at the Center and we "Poor
man.
* * *
* * *
Boys" really gave them "Rich
July 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Boys," "WHAT FOR!!!" And in
MAX
J.
ZIVIAN,
president
of
Merzon (Stephanie Ruben of Birm-
all three weapons, too!!!
ingham, England), 21860 Kenosha, Detroit Steel Corp. since 1944 and
It was like Ted and Seymour
Oak Park, an adopted son, Jona- an employe of the firm since it was had told us, "Just because your
started in 1923, will retire March 1,
than Carmi Noam.
but he will remain on the board of opponent has a newer uniform, or
directors. Under Zivian's direction, better weapon, doesn't mean he
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
sales rose to more than $100,000,- can fence better than you ! !"
After the Center activities, we
000 from $7,800,000. He is a direc-
RABBI
tor of the American Iron and Steel walked to Buddy's for barbecue,
Institute, Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co. or to Bolotin and Levine, or Mod-
and the Detroit chapter of the ern Delicatessen for a magnificent
334-4149
corned-beef sandwich that cost all
334-7031
American Ordnance Association.
of 12 cents. When we were well-
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
we splurged at Boesky's
Vaad Harabonim, Merkaz heeled,
on Hazelwood and 12th for a
Set March 12 Banquet
REV. GOLDMAN L.
15 cent corned-beef sandwich —
The 29th annual banquet of the The 3 cents extra made us feel
Vaad Harabonim and Merkaz will a lithe more classy ! !
take place March 12 at Cobo Hall.
If having acquired all these won-
MOREL
In conjunction with the forthcom- derful nostalgic experiences makes
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
ing annual affair, Julius Rotenberg, me a fossil, then I assume this
DI 1-9909
the "dean" of Vaad Harabonim mantle rightfully and with pleas-
patrons, issued an
ure!!!
appeal to the
Signed: GERALD TAINES,
Recommended by Physicians
community to
Poet Laureate of La Salle Blvd.
RABBI LEO
help the Vaad
AND Fossil in Good-Standing!
Harabonim, Coun-
Hollywood, Florida
cil of Orthodox
Rabbis, in its an-
Expert Mohel
JACOB BLAUSTEIN of Mary-
nual project.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
land, national Jewish communal
LI 2-4444
LI 1-9769
Rotenberg made
leader, was one of 15 men named
it possible for the
by President Johnson to the Com-
Vaad to acquire
mission on Marine Science, Engi-
RABBI CHASKEL
its building at
neering and Resources. The com-
13327 West Seven
Rotenberg
mission was authorized by Con-
GRUBNER
Mile, which is called the Julius gress in 1966 to develop and co-
SPECIALIZED MOHEL
Rotenberg Building.
ordinate "a long-range program in
Recommended by Physicians
marine science for benefit of man-
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
Take thy correction mildly. Kiss kind." Blaustein is a former U.S.
14100 Sherwood
398-1017
the .rod.—Shakespeare.
delegate to the United Nations.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 20, 1967-29

News Brevities

The ROYAL WINNIPEG BAL-
LET, which comes to the Masonic
Auditorium Feb. 3 8:20 p.m., has
been acclaimed by Time Magazine
as a ballet company "notable for
its youth, boldness and a corps de
ballet of unusual wit." Granted a
Royal Charter in 1953, even before
the Sadler's Wells received theirs,
the "Winnipeggers," as the Cana-
dians call themselves, have the
distinction of being the only com-
pany in the British Common-
wealth, outside of England, so
honored.
* * *
ART FURRER, funny man on
skis, will tour seven of Michigan's
popular ski resorts during Na-
tional Ski Week Jan. 23-29 to pro-
mote safe skiing. Joined by ap-
proximately 100 members of the
National Ski Patrol, Furrer will
present one-hour shows daily as
follows: Monday, Pine Knob at 5
and 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Shanty Creek
at 2 p.m.; Wednesday, Sugar Loaf

(Traverse City)
at 1:30 p.m.;
Thursday, Hidden Valley at 1:30
p.m.; Friday, Boyne Mountain at
1:30 p.m.; Jan. 28, Boyne High-
lands at 1:30 p.m.; and Jan. 29,
Caberfae at 2 p.m. All shows are
free and open to the public. Fur-
rer, currently the director of Bol-
ton Valley Ski School in Bolton,
Vt., is credited with having
brought the word "Skiacrobat"
into skiing vocabulary.
• * *
An exhibition of GERMAN EX-
PRESSIONIST artists, opens Mon-
day at the London Arts gallery. It
will run through Feb. 18.
* * *
A showing of paintings, draw-
ings and graphics by RAYMOND
GLOECKLER will open 2 p.m. Sun-
day and continue through Feb. 4
at Garelick's Gallery. Gloeckler
has exhibited extensively in na-
tional and state shows and has
won 45 major awards. He is cur-
rently associate professor of art
at the University of Wisconsin.
* * *
Father and son, SAMUEL and
LAWRENCE ROTHBORT will ex-
hibit oils and mosaics in sculptured
frames through Feb. 2 at the New
York Hilton Hotel.

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