The balance of loans and invest-
Bernard Mandelbaum, President of Jewish Theological Seminary to Speak', ments
made in Israel by AMPAL-
and Row in 1960. The author of
many articles on ethics and the
interpretation of Judaism for
numerous publications, he is pre-
sently engaged in a volume of
letters and other writings of
Solomon Schechter which will
constitute an anthology of the
thought of this scholar who was
second president of the Jewish
Leaders of Beth Aaron Synagogue recently inaugurated their
congregation's participation in a nationwide Year of Tribute to the
founders of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, with a
reception at the Southfield home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Schneider.
Shown are (from left) Schneider and co-hosts William I. Liber-
son, Philip S. Minkin and Joseph Braver. Morris Fenkell and Dr.
Raymond Stoller were also co-hosts.
Dr. Mandelbaum is also prepar-
ing a critical edition of the Mid-
rash Tanhurna. working with a
newly discovered manuscript and
other rare text material.
In addition to his presidency of
American Israel Corp. and its af-
filiate Israel Development Corp.
stood at a record $53,000,000 Jan.
in Midrash on the rabbinical de- 31 compared with $49,000,000 at
partment faculty: administrator of fiscal year-end a year earlier.
the seminary's Israel activities. •
the seminary. Dr. Mandelbaum is
professor of homiletics and reader
which include the American Stu-
dent Center in Jerusalem and the
Schocken Institute for Jewish Re-
search; and director of the sem-
inary's religio - psychiatric center.
In 1960. Dr. IMandelbaum par-
ticipated as lecturer at the Inter-
national Conference of .Jewish
Scholarship, at Hebrew University
in Jerusalem. He has edited a num-
ber of Eternal Light films.
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Cantor Hyman Adler of Cong.
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response. to his classified adver-
tisement in last week's Jewish
Cantor Adler needs singers
for his choir. The "g" in singers
was erroneously omitted from
• • •
Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. visit- he won its Israel Davidson Award
ing Detroit for the
first time since in medieval Hebrew literature and
his recent election to the presi-
dency of the Jewish Theological the Lamport Award for outstand ;
Seminary of America. will be guest ing work in homiletics.
of honor at a reception 4 p.m.
After his ordination as rabbi in
June 8 in the Crystal
Ballroom of 1946. he served as the seminary's
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
The announcement was made by rabbinical school registrar and con-
Benjamin Weiss. co - chairman of tinned work on his doctorate,
the Detroit chapter of the semi- , which he received in 1953. Prior to
his appointment as seminary presi-
which National Patrons Society. his
,• dent• he served as provost and
which is sponsoring the event.
A native New Yorker. Dr. Man - . earlier as dean of students at the
delbaum received his bachelor's ; rabbinical school.
degree. with honors, from Colt o n-
Dr. Mandelbaum has edited a
bia College in 1942. While enrolled collection of essays, "Assignment
in the seminary's rabbinical school, in Israel," published by Harper
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