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February 10, 1967 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-10

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18—Friday, February 10, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nationalist Revival in Germany?
Political Scientist to Air Issue Here

American Jewish Congress'
Michigan Council will present Dr.
James K. Pollock discussing
There a Revival of Nationalism in
Germany?" 8:30
p.m. Wednesday,
at Cong. Beth
Moses. •
On the Univer
city of :lVIichgian
faculty since
1925, Dr. Pollock
is the James
Orin Murfin pro-
fessor of political
science. He has
been termed "the
father of Mich-i,
igan's civil serv-
ice" for his work
in organizing o.
Dr. Pollock
that program and
was chairman of the Michigan
Civil Service Study Committee in
1935-37.
. Dr. Pollock is the only Ameri-
can to have held the presidency
of the International Political Sci-
ence Association.
He has served as a member
of the Hoover Commission on the
Organization of the Executive
Branch; • adviser to the high
commissioner in Germany; ad-
viser to the departments of
State and Defense; and lecturer
before the Army, Air and Na-
tional War Colleges. For his
services, the U.S. government
presented Prof. Pollock the
Medal for Merit.
His services in the reconstruc-
tion and democratization of Ger-
many were recognized by the
German Federal Republic, which
awarded him the Grand Cross of
the Order of Merit.
Matilda Rubin, president of the
council, will preside, and Dr. Nor-
val Slobin will be moderator. Ar-
rangements were made by Sid

janiceFieninan to Wed Congressman, Pucinshi to Address
David Israel in Spring WA Foundation Brunch on Feb. 19

Siegel, program chairman, assisted
by Kurt Singer, program co-chair-
man. The public is invited at no
charge.

Patriotic Award
Given to Simons

The Detroit Historical Society
Guild, volunteer service organi-
zation . of the Detroit Historical
Society and Museum, . announces
that Leonard N. Simons has been
selected recipient of the 1967
Patriotic Award.
Simons is a partner in the "ad-
vertising firm of Simons-Michelson
Company. He has been a melt-
ber of the Detroit Historical Corn-
:mission for over 20 years and cur-
rently serves as president.
The presentation will be made
by Guild President Mrs. Charles
twmi

MISS JANICE FIENMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fienman
of Gardner Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Janice Lynn to David
Israel, son of Mr. William Israel-
of Lincoln Blvd., Oak Park, and
the late Fanny Israel.
Miss Fienman is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Her
fiance attended Highland Park
- Community College.
The couple is planning a spring
wedding.

Technion Group
Metallurgist Expert

LEONARD N. SIMONS

U. S. Representative Roman
C. Pucinski, author of a Congres-
sional resolution which would de-
clare that "it is the sense of Con-
gress that persecution of any per-
sons because of their religion by
the Soviet Union be condemned,
and that the Soviet Union cease
executing persons for alleged econ-
omic offenses and fully permit the
free exercise of religion and the
pursuit of culture by Jews and all
others within its borders," will
address a ZOA Foundation brunch,
at the Zionist Cultural Center,
18451 W. 10-Mile Rd., 11 a.m.
Feb. 19.
Carmi M. Slomovitz, president of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit,
has extended an invitation to
members and friends of ZOD to
participate in this event and to
hear the message of the promin-
ent Illinois Congressman who has
been re-elected to Congress five
times.
Rep. Pucinski on many occas-
ions expresssed favorable opinions
toward Israel which have ap-
peard in the Congressional Record.
He was a staff reporter and
writer for the Chicago Sun-Times
for 20 years before his election to
Congress. He served in World War
enlisting as a private in the
106th Cavalry, was konorably dis-
charged with the rank of Captain;
served with the 20th Global "Sup-
erfort" Air Force; led his bomber
group in the first B-2• bombing
raid over Tokyo in 1944 and sub-
sequently flew 48 missions over
Japan. He was awarded the Dis-
tinguished Flying Cross and Air
Medal with Clusters.
He is a member of important
Congressional committees, is the

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Sal-man Grand, chairman; Sol Lifsitz,
vice chairman; Alex Etkin, vice presi-
dent; Murray Hauptman, vice president;
Jack Stone, secretary; Mrs. Murray
Hauptman, corresponding secretary;
Maurice Axelrod, treasurer, board of
directors; Murray Altman, Peter Alt-
man, Philip Ash, Dr. Henry Brown,
Norman Cottler, Harry C. Davidson,
Ruben Dubrinsky, Dr. Joseph N. Epel,
Walter L. Field, Louis Gelfand, Charles
Gilson, Harvey Goldman, Dr. Jacob
Goldman, Harold Goodman, Mrs. Isa-
dore Goodman, Samuel D. Jacobs, Abe'
Kasle, Salek Lessman, Julius W. Lev,
Robert Marans, Morris Mendelson,
Charles Milan, Louis Milgrom, Hy )1. -
Nathan, Louis G. Redstone, Sam Rich, *
David Safran, Jacob Schreier, Warren ,t.
Shwayder, Gilbert Silverman and Ben- ii. -
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Southfield area are (from left, standing) David Redisch, Marvin
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Motor Co.'s scientific laboratory,
will discuss "Science-Based Tech-
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Conzelman, 8 p.m. Feb. 20, in the
Detroit Historical Museum, at the
patriotic assembly sponsored by
the Detroit Historical Society.
The award is a bronze medal-
lion, especially designed for the
Guild; about the size of a silver
dollar it is embossed with Detroit's
three flags and the Detroit His-
Pisgah Program Set
torical Museum. Accompanying the
to Deal With JNF
award will be a Testimonial Res-
In a tribute to the Bnai Brith olution.
Martyrs' Forest in Israel, Pisgah
Simons serves on the boards of
Lodge and Chapter, in conjunction . Sinai Hospital, Marygrove College,
with the Jewish National Fund. Wayne State University Press,
will hold a special program 8:30 Michigan Cancer Foundation, De-
p.m. Feb. 20 at the Labor Zionist troit Historical Society and the
Institute.
Hundred Club of Detroit. He is a
• The main address will be de- former president of Temple Beth
livered by Rabbi Leon Fram of El, former treasurer of the Great-
Temple Israel, with entertainment er Detroit Board of Commerce and
provided by Cantor Louis Klein a former director of the United
of Cong. Bnai Moshe and Cantor Foundation of Detroit.
Reuven Frankel of Cong. Shaarey
He has received numerous
Zedek. They will be accompanied awards and recognitions including
by pianist Betty Kowalsky.
a testimonial resolution from the
The Martyrs' Forest was City of Detroit, Americanism
launched late in 1954 at a special Award from the American Legion,
convocation and memorial service Fred M. Butzel Award from the
* * *
in Washington, D.C. It Contains Jewish Welfare Federation of De-
19 sections, each one dedicated to troit and Equal Opportunity Award
The anointment of several mem-
one of the destroyed Jewish corn-' from the Detroit Urban League. bers to the board of directors of
munities in Europe. A special sec-, He was honored by the Jewish the Detroit Chapter was announced *
tion known as the Forest of Lodges National Fund with a forest in by Robert Brody, president.
and Chapters was planted within Israel.
They are Peter Altman, Philip *
He and his wife Harriette have Ash, Dr. Henry. Brown, Nor-
the Martyrs' Forest in 1964.
JNF co-chairmen for Pisgah two married daughters and three man Cottler, Walter L. Field, *
Lodge are Benjamin Goldhoff, I grandchildren. Their home is at Samuel D. Jacobs, Abe Kasle, :
19405 Parkside.
David Brodman and Dan Levy.
Salek Lessman and Robert W.

New Southfield Lodge in the Works

CONGRESSMAN PUCINSKI

author of Aid to Education Act;
Medicare, Post-War G.I. Bill of
Rights, Anti-Arson Act and Viet
Nam Era Veterans Benefits Acts.
For brunch reservations call
the Zionist House, 353-3636. There
is no admission charge.

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