At-Home Reception Announced
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, June 9, 1967
Annual confirmation services of Temple Beth El will take place
this Sunday. An at-home reception will be held, as listed, for the fol-
lowing Temple Beth El confirmand: JAMES HAROLD CHALAT, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Ned I. Chalat, 677 Middlesex, Grosse Pointe, Jun _ e 18,
People Make News
The new chairman of the South-
field Democratic Club is SHERI-
DAN V. IIOLZMAN, who was
elected at the annual meeting of
the organization recently. Also ,
elected were Don Cavanaugh and
Martin Hollander, vice presidents;
Ed Sallen. treasurer; Mary Beth
Stearns and Mrs. Gloria Krause,
secretaries: and Jerry Armour,
Mrs. Sandy Silver, Larry Lavetie
and Norton Cohen. trustees. Prior
to moving into Southfield, Holz-
man sat on the executive board
of the Livonia Democratic Club'
and worked as publicity and press
director in the successful cam-
paign of Billie S. Farnum for Con-
gress in 196 - 1 and the unsuccessful
campaign of Edward H. McNa-
mara for State Senator in 1965.
In addition he served as the leader
of a pioneer organization working
for the election of 1964 Democratic post has been vacant since that
gubernatorial candidate, Neil Stae- time.
• • •
CHESTER A. CAHN. a 15-year
The naming of SIDNEY JACOBS member of the Michigan Employ-
as vice president of King-Smith- ment Security Commission, was
Evans-Winter-Ifebb Co. was an- elected chairman of that body
nounced this week by Douglas M. June 1.
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King. president. Jacobs, of Black-
Sixty-nine year old BENJAMIN
stone ltd.. has been associated
with King-Smith for the past 10 IIOFFSEYER knows what he will
years and is a member of the do after he receives his doctorate
Graphic Arts Guild and the Pur- at Yeshiva University's com-
mencement on June 12. He will
chasing Agents Association.
"c ontinue studying." A self-
"perpetual student of
At the 41st annual conference' Jewish learning." Rabbi Hoffseyer
of the National Council for Jewish
is believed to be the oldest de-
Education. Dr. ABRAHAM P gree recipient in the institution's
GANNETS was elected president.
Elected as vice
ALBERT ELAZAR, superintendent
of the United Hebrew Schools of ,
Detroit. Dr. Gannes is a veteran in
the field of Jewish education, hav-
ing served as the director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education of Miami
and the Philadelphia Council of
Jewish Education. Recently he has
edited a book on "Selected Writing .
of Leo L. Honor - published by The
Reeonstructionist Press, and is also
the author of "Central Community
Agencies for Jewish Education."
RABBI HERSCHEL SCHACTER,
president of the Religious Zionists
of Amu rica. announced that the
guest of honor at the June 21 ban-
quet of the RZA Mizrachi Hapoei
liamitrachi will tie Israel Rogosin
of Allenhurst. N.J.. founder of Ro-
gosin Industries in Ashdod, Israel.
The banquet will take place at the
Waldorf - Astoria Hotel in New
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NIAURICE A. BETMAN was re-
elected to the board of directors of
the Detrott Association of Life
2-5 p.m. No cards.
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler MRS. BEATRICE COHEN, a
has been named new vice president teacher of mathematics at Vernor
of the Union of American Hebrew Junior High School, was recently
Congregations, awarded the 1967 Helen P. Reed
Scholarship. The scholarship, of-
fered for the first time this year,
gational body of
is given to a professional mem-
ber of the staff of region five,
in North Amer-
from which Mrs. Reed retired last
ica. This marks
year as field executive. The prize
the second time
is to be applied to the tuition for
in the religious
a Workshop in Human Relations
group's 94 - year
the University of Detroit, this
history that this
high ranking post
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has been filled.
The first such of-
18653 Wisconsin, has ranked sixth
ficer to be named
among the 1.000 active agents of
was Rabbi Jay
the State Mutual Life Assurance
Co. of America in the sale of life
1957. who left
insurance for the month of April.
the 17 A II C in
Rothenberg is an agent with the
1965 to be the ex-
ecutive vice president of the Bnai Harry J. Altick agency of State
Brith in Washington. D. C. The Mutual.
SAMUEL ROTHBERG, national
campaign chairman, and Louis H.
Boyar, chairman of the board of
governors, of the Israel Bond Or-
gantiolion. returned Sunday from
Isrfiel where they held emergency
discussions with Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol on the extraordinary
economic burdens of the present
LESTER S. BURTON was reap-
pointed by Gov. Romney first chair-
man of the State Residential Build-
ers' and Maintenance and Altera-
tion Contractors' Board. The term
runs through March 29, 1970.
• • •
LAWRENCE S. FINKELSTEIN,.
director of the Case-Western Re-
serve University Study Commis-
sion, has been appointed acting
dean of the Brandeis University
Graduate School of Arts and Sci-
Music the Stein-Way
. . . The Greatest for
House parties, confirmations, weddings ...
Xosins COavid Overton
Congregation Ahavas Achim
Conveys warm Greetings to
The Jewish Nezvs
On the occasion of its
25th Anniversary of Publication
And Salutes its Editor
Who will be honored by Israel Bonds at
a dinner in Cobo Hall on June 12th
Dr. Manuel Feldman
THE "NEW" LEWISTON LODGE
I I ENI1Y J. PEARLMAN, with
his wife Bose. is loaning 50 of his
works of art to Detroit for 16
Weeks - so that they may he en-
joyed by others. - They will he on
display at the Art Institute.
Three members of the Brandeis
University faculty were elected
Fellows in the American Academy
of Arts, and Sciences at the acad-
emy's 187th annual meeting in
Poston. Inducted as fellows were:
Dr. ALEXANDER ALTMANN.
Philip W. Lown Professor of Jew-
i - h Philosophy: Dr. ERNEST MAX
GRUNWALD. professor of chem-
istry.. and Dr. HENRY LIN-
SCHITZ. professor of chemistry.
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