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January 27, 1967 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-27

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Engaged in Jerusalem
Haya Tatebaum

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 27, 1967-21

People Make News

Prof. CHAIM PERELMAN, a
leading member of the Brussels
Jewish community, has been des-
ignated by King Badouin a Com-
mander of the Order De La Cour-
onne, one of the highest Belgian
awards. A professor of philos-
ophy at Brussells University, he is
returning from a visit to the
United States and Canada where
he taught and lectured at McGill
University in Montreal and the
University of Chicago.
*
*

IRVING MITCHELL

FELT,
New York civic leader, has accept-
ed the chairmanship of the Soci-
ety of the Founders, the honor
group of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, it was an-
nounced by Nathaniel L. Gold-
stein, president of the American
Friends. During this past year Felt
completed his third and final term
as president of the Federation of
Jewish Philanthropies of New
York. He is now associate chair-
man of federation's board.
* *
The board of directors of the
American Friends of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity will honor Dr. YUVAL
NEEM AN, chairman of the phy-
sics department of the university
at a dinner 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Regency Hotel, New York.

DAVID LEVLNE, training man-
ager, Hughes-Hatcher-Suffrin, was
chairman of a retail workshop pro-
gram which brought together 450
MISS HAYA TATELBAUM
high school counselors from De-
troit and suburbs at the Statler-
Rabbi and Mrs. Martin J. Tatel- Hilton Hotel Monday.
baum, 23480 Geneva, Oak Park, an-
* * *
* * *
notmce the engagement of their
daughter Haya Sarah to Yehuda
LABEL A. KATZ, past president
RABBI ERNST J. CONRAD,
Na'aman, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Bnai Brith, calling on the Amer- spiritual leader of The New
Joshua Na'aman of Jerusalem.
ican Jewish community to accept Temple and master of Hebrew
Miss Tatelbaum attends the the responsibility of "providing I letters, will teach a course in "The
Efrata Teachers College of Mizrachi the proper tools and environment" World's Great Religions" as part
in Jerusalem. Her fiance is present- by which Jewish youth can better of the Oakland University Divi-
ly working on his masters degree identify with their heritage, was sion of Continuing Education. Be-
in education at the Hebrew Univer- awarded the Bnai Brith President's ginning Feb. 20, the 10-w e e k
sity in Jerusalem.
Medal for Humanitarianism in rec- course at Birmingham Community
A July wedding is planned in ognition of his "manifold contribu- House will pay particular atten-
Israel.
tions to the world Jewish com- tion to core ethics in each princi-
munity and the broad cause of pal religion which have universal
"JUSTICE, NOT CHARITY", the human understanding." The New relevance. Another of the 200
biography of Harry Greenstein, York dinner was attended by 150 courses offered is in group instruc-
one of America's leading social guests.
tion piano lessons on three levels,
welfare workers, will be published
taught by Maryan Fleischer
* * *
early in April by Crown Publish-
Abramsohn, For information or
Mrs. LEO H. BURSON, of Mem- registration, call the university,
ers, New York. Written by Dr.
Louis L. Kaplan, dean of the Balti- phis, the first Jew ever to achieve 338-7211, Ext. 2171.
more Hebrew College, and Theodor the status of a member of Tenne-
C * *
Schuchat, Washington publicist, the ssee's State Cabinet, was sworn in
The
Anti-Defamation
League of
biography is a full-length portrait this week in her new post as corn- Bnai Brith announced
it had
of a man who has given over 40 missioner of the department of
years of his life to the advance- employment security. Mrs. Burson, selected Undersecretary of State
ment of social welfare throughout a Haddassah leader, is active in NICHOLAS DE B. KATZENBACH
the world.
Jewish communal live in Memphis. as recipient of its 1967 America's
Democratic Legacy Award. Dore
Schary, ADL chairman, in an-
nouncing the award, said it was
being presented to Katzenbach in
recognition of his "dynamic, skill-
BY AHARON ROSEN
full and inspired contributions to
the cause of civil rights" as at-
land
Son
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1 .146
er-etz
behn
* * *
uncle
daughter
Justice Moshe Silberg, deputy
,14 2
11.Z .147
president of the Israeli Supreme
dohd
baht
Court, will be visiting professor
father
brother
ZZ'S .14 3
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of Jewish and Israeli law at
ahv
ahlj
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of
America. He
mother
how many?
M3
.144
?rilp .149
will
be in resi-
ehin
kah-inah
dence at the New
parents
grandfather
tip .150
45 York institution
hoh-reem
during the spring
sah-bah
semester, begin-'
ning March 5.
?rTtr.In rrtt.
7 t1;"1 m7— Justice Silberg,
who has been a
member of the
71 r,T.Y. 7)7P t? n.= 'Pi .71rTlytg7Pri
Israel Supreme
Judiciary since
T

1950, is also known Justice Silberg
rirIV7?;1 '7.1 - as an authority on Talmudic law.
He heads the civil judiciary system
7 L7tqtr.
in Israel. He came to Palestine in
1929. Born in Lithuania, in 1900, he
te7 xrdt?, x ; : o
attended the University of Marburg
,n'-rinn
and the University of Frankfort.
In 1934 he was admitted to the
Israeli Bar. For many years he
has lectured in Talmudic law at
t3V3Iir T1
rivtr)n
the Hebrew University. Since 1954
he has also served there as visiting
nrTiVp
professor on the law of personal
,p- status—his work in this field won
rvia4 n .-.)Vs? - trntr
him the Bialik Prize in 1958, and
.1 r T7 57;1
the Israel Prize in 1964.
• * *
nkt1? nil4i rr44
IDA KAMINSKA, the Polish
actress and director of the Yiddish
State Theater in • . Warsaw, was
nominated by the Hollywood
Press Association for its
mit.11 nnirit? nin - Foreign
"Golden Globe Award" as best
dramatic actress for her role as
trIPV 1:17 noilin t7
the aged Jewish shopkeeper in the
Czech film, "The Shop on Main
trr.itz
Street." Miss Kaminska will com-
pete for the title with such stars
?ri, rixl wrix t:rrp nytpty
as Elizabeth Taylor, Natalie Wood
trt;,'7y
nnit?
and Anouk Aimee.
* * *
Motion picture director FRED
Redding material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
ZINNEMANN won a nomination
from the Hollywood Foreign Press
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Association for his production of
Organization or by writing to : Brit Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B.- 7 1 1 1,
"A Man For All Seasons," and is
Jerusalem, Israel,
top contender for two of the Golden
Published by Brit Ivrit_Olainit
Globe Awards for "Best Picture"

and "Best Director" to be presented
at the Cocoanut Grove on Feb. 15.
* * *
VIRGIL E. BOYD, president of
Chrysler Motors, was named win-
ner of the 1967 Human Relations
Award in the automotive division
of the Appeal for Human Rela-
tions, sponsored by the American
Jewish Committee. He will receive
the award in New York April 16.
It is presented annually to some-
one in the automotive industry for
"leadership in the fight for good
human relations at home and
abroad and for advancing man's
understanding of his fellow man."
* * *
SHAUL LILACH of Jerusalem
has been appointed program ad-
viser to the southern region of Na-
tional Young Judaea and to Camp
Judaea, the Young Judaea camp in
Hendersonville, N. C.
* * *
WALTER A. GOODMAN, gen-
eral manager of the Michigan State
Fair, announced last week he
would not succeed himself when
his five-year contract expires in
September. During his term as
general manager, the 40-year-old
Goodman saw profits and attend-
ance rise, reaching all-time highs
in 1966.
* * *
MRS. DAVID KLIGER, on the
staff of the nursing school at the
University of Detroit, will be guest
lecturer on "Spirtual Needs of
Jewish Patients" before the sopho-
more class of the Mercy College
Nursing School Feb. 6.

GoldieZucher'sBetrothal
Annouced at Cocktail

MISS GOLDIE ZUCKER

A cocktail party was given re-
cently by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Zucker at their home, 24111 West-
hampton, Oak Park, to honor the
engagement of their daughter
Goldie to Hanan Weizman, son
of Mrs. Pircha Weizman of Haifa
and the late Mr. Michael Weizman.
The bride-elect is a junior in
the college of education, Wayne
State University. Her fiance, a
graduate of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, also attended the
Sorbonne in Paris.
A July 9 wedding is being
planned,

JWY

.

HEBREW SELF-TAUGHT

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