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April 07, 1967 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-07

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28—Friday, April 7, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JNF President to Address Function
Sponsored by ZOD; Election May 18

Seminary Awards
Album to Borman

MEN'S CLUBS

TAU EPSILON RHO LAW.
FRATERNITY , Detroit Graduate
Chapter, will participate in the
initiation of members of under-
graduate chapters at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, Wayne State
University and Detroit College of
Law 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
courtroom of Wayne Circuit Court
Judge Charles Kaufman. a member
of the fraternity. Following the
initiation and addresses by Judge
Kaufman, Supreme Chancellor
Jack Schon and Chapter Chancellor
Gabriel Moscow, the group will
adjourn to the Veterans Memorial
Building for a mixer and social
evening.
• • •
GOODFEILLOWS CLUB will hold
a dinner 6 p.m. Sunday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schwartz,
17551 Mark Twain. Wives and
friends are invited.

Herman Weisman, president of songs, and an aria by Cantor
the Jewish National Fund of ' Sonenklar.
America and chairman of the na- I
Slomovitz announced that a
tional executive of the Zionist Or-
large delegation of Detroiters is
ganization of America. will ad-
expected to attend the next na-
dress a brunch in behalf of the
tional ZOA convention in Israel,
Jewish National Fund, sponsored
in July. Convention plans will be
by the Zionist Organization of De-
outlined at a meeting of the ZOD

board, at the Zionist Cultural
Center 8 p.m. Tuesday, by Mrs.
Frances Nusbaum, president of
the New Jersey Zionist Region.

Abraham Borman is shown re-
ceiving from Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
an album of appreciation for his
AF's Top Decoration
charter membership in the Na-
tional Patrons Society of the Jew-
for Civilian Service
ish Theological Seminary. The oc-
Goes to Dr. Helfman casion was a Standard City Club
Dr. Harold M. Hellman, deputy luncheon inaugurating local Con-
director of information of the Air servative Jewry's participation in
Force Systems Command, has been a "Year of Tribute" to the twin-
awarded the Air Force's highest ders of the Seminary.

HERMAN WEISMAN

troit. 11 a.m. April 16 at the Zionist
Cultural Center in Southfield.
Carmi M Slomovitz extended an
invitation to all members to at-
tend. Reservations must be made
by calling 353-3636.
Weisman is a former chairman
of the United Palestine Appeal and
has for many years played an
active role in Zionist affairs.
Slomovitz announced that the
annual ZOD election meeting will
be held May 18 and the installation
dinner on June 21.
Inaugurating
Jewish Music

Month in Detroit, Cantor Jacob
H. Sonenklar and the Shaarey
Zedek Choir directed by Don
Frohman gave a concert March
30 at the Zionist Cultural Center
before a capacity audience.

In addition to Cantor Sonenklar,
who sang several solos, soloists
were Joseph Cantor and George
Richter. Other choir members in-
cluded Art Scherr. Jack Rosberg,
Max Miller and Joseph Diegal.
Mrs. Rebecca Frohman was the
piano accompanist.
The concert was especially ap-
propriate to Jewish Music Month
by the inclusion in the program of
liturgical. Yiddish and Hebrew

Art4

civilian recognition, the Decora-
tion for Exceptional Civilian Serv-
ice.
In making the presentation to
Dr. Helfman, a Detroit native.
Gen. James Ferguson, commander
of the Systems Command, pointed
out that "through imaginative
planning and the untiring and
dedicated application of his ex-
cellent management ability and
professional information skill, Dr.
Helfman has assisted significantly
in the development of a command
information program that has pro-
vided increased public recognition
of the importance of aerospace
technology to national defense."
Dr. Helfman received his PhD
degree in American social and con-
stitutional history from the Uni-
versity of Michigan in 1947. He
previously received a BA degree
with high distinction from Wayne
State University and an MA from
the University of Michigan.
Before joining the Air Research
and Development Command in
1952, since redesignated the Air
Force System Command, Dr. Helf-
man taught in the department of
history at both the University of
Michigan and Ohio State Univer-
sity.
Dr. Helfman is the son of the
late Benjamin Helfman and Mrs.
Sadie Helfman, now residing in
Baltimore. He is a member of
Perfection Lodge F&AM.

‘Xli nouncements

March 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
April 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
dun R Stone (Donna Mills), 19343 Mayer Morganroth (Sheila Rubin-
Greenfield. a son, Edward J. stein). 18837 Goldwin, Southfield,
a daughter, Cherie Elise.
• • •
• * *
March 26 — To Mr. and Mrs.
March 22—To Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Mitchell Kaufman (Beverly Kenneth Lawton (Risa Ann Mog-
Ann Pines I. 25640 Lincoln Ter- lovkin I, 17230 Burgess, a son,
race. Oak Park. a daughter. Stacey Jeffrey Nathan.
Michelle.
• • •
March 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin S. Littky (Roberta Meadows
REV. GOLDMAN L
of Skokie, Ill.). 30250 Westbrook,
Southfield. a daughter, Julie Hope.
• * •
MOHEL
March 21 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
Milton Weiss (Barbara Feldman),
DI 1-9909
22025 Marlow, Oak Park, a son,
Jeffrey Howard.
• • •
March 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Recommended by Physicians
Rick
Schiller,
former Detroiters of
RABBI LEO
Lynchburg, Va., a son, Adam
Daniel.
• • •
March. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
Expert Mohel
Serving Hospitals and Homes
vey M. Aidem (Elaine Kline),
LI 1 - 9769
LI 2 - 4444
21915 Sussex, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Eileen Jill.
• • •
March 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
Boesky. former Detroiters of New
RABBI
York. a daughter. Marianne S.
• • •
March 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin
L.
Elson
(Judith Lunsky),
334-4149
334-7031
22166 Dante. Oak Park, a daugh-
Serving In Hospitals and Homes
ter, Robyn Jill .

MARSHALL

GOLDMAN

Israel Goodman

• • •

Moreno, Founder Saul Waldman Heads
Men's Clubs Region;
of Psychodrama,
in Toronto
to Attend Institute Elected
The Great Lakes Region of the

Dr. J. L. Moreno, founder and
pioneer in the field of psychodrama,
considered one of the most ad-
vanced techniques of mental ther-
apy, will supervise sessions at the
annual training institute sponsored
by the Moreno Academy May 7 at
the Tuller Hotel.
The Moreno Academy — World
Center for Psychodrama, Somme-
try and Group Psychotherapy,
U.S.A. Section, is headed by Dr.
Moreno, and Dr. Robert S. Drews,
its co-founder, is president of the
Detroit Training Institute. He, his
wife, Josephine, and Henry Fein-
berg, president of the Michigan
Chapter of the American Society
of Group Psychotherapy and Psy-
chodrama, will take part in the
demonstrations at the institute.
Topics to be covered include
family, marriage, employment,
delinquency and criminology, ra-
cial and ethnic conflicts and ad-
diction.
All persons working in fields
concerned with these problems
may attend the sessions. For reg-
istration, contact Dr. Drews, 12500
Broad'street.
At 8:15 p.m. May 7. a program,
"The Psychodrama of Sigmund
Freud" will be presented, to
which the public is invited at a
charge.
The technique of psychodrama
calls for participants to act out
their problems of human relations
with the help of other role players.
under the direction of a trained
director.

Dr. Moreno, 74, born to a Ro-
manian Jewish exporter and his
wife living in Vienna, attended
medical school at the University
of Vienna and developed his
concept of drama as therapy
after World War I while he was
practicing medicine and psy-
chiatry.,_He holds an honorary
degree from the University of
Barcelona Medical School and
was recently honored by the
Medical Society of New York
State for his 50 years in the
practice of medicine.

National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs, at the recent spring
conference to To-
ronto, elected as
president Saul
Waldman of
Cong. Adas Sha-
lom.
Vice president
is Abe Katzman
of Shaarey Zedek,
and Rabbi Jacob
E. Segal of Adas
Shalom is spirit-
ual adviser.
Waldman
Abraham Satovsky, founder and
honorary president, installed the
newly elected officers.
The region consists of 26 Con-
servative men's clubs in Michigan,
Southern part of Ontario and the
Western part of Ohio, with a mem-
bership of over 7,500 members.

For Romantics Only

ADAS SHALOM MEN'S CLUB

will hold the final breakfast of its
series 9:15 a.m. Sunday in the
social hall. Following services and
breakfast, there will be an address
by Dr. Samuel Krohn, president of
the Jewish Community Council.
Morris Zelenko is president, and
Harry Nachman program chair-
man.

JWV

YETZ-COHEN AUXILIARY will

hold its games party 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the home of Raye Weimer,
21150 Pembroke. Friends are in-
vited. This party had originally
been planned for Feb. 6, but was
postponed because of inclement
weather. The next meeting of the
auxiliary will be held 8 p.m. April
17, at the home of Faye Blau, 17366
Cherrylawn. Second nomination of
officers and election will be held.
• • •

BLOCH ROSE AUXILIARY will
meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at the
Oak Park Community Center.
There will be a short business
discussion with reports on the
various hospital parties, an elec-
tion of officers and a social hour.
For membership information, con-
tact Fern Seltzer, 546-5875.

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