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June 30, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-30

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Grad Gets 'A'
for a History
of Jewish News

JWV

Gets Freedom Award

Malcolm Abrams, June 1967
Wayne State University graduate,
received the plaudi's of the WSU
department of journalism for his
final term paper on the subject
"A History of The Jewish News."
For the past two years a part-
time editorial department assis-
tant on The Jewish News staff,
Abrams was given the assignment
of writing a Jewish News history
by the department head, Prof.
W. Sprague Holden.
Dr. Holden graded Abrams'
paper with an "A" and commend-
ed the graduating student for a
task excellently performed. He re-
commended that his paper be pub-
lished.

Detroit Summer Theater's initial
offering of "WEST SIDE STORY,"
which opens at the Art Institute
Auditorium July 4, for six days,
will feature the complete Leonard
Bernstein score and a cast of 30.
The producers, Robert K. Adams
and Audley M. Grossman, have
meticulously gathered some of the
finest performers available, in-
cluding Diana McAfee and Allan
Gruet, who play the leading roles
of Maria and Tony.

-The Metropolitan Detroit Phar-
maceutical Association saw Wayne
State University's pharmacy col-
lege dean, Martin Barr, install
president, STANLEY C. KLEIN;
president-elect, Jack Kutnick; vice-
president, Joseph Wolf; secretary,
Jane L. Rogan; treasurer, Mary
Kalinski; and the executive com-
mittee among whom are Harold W.
Baron, Harold Ellias, Meyer L.
Goldstein, Burton J. Platt, Jacque-
line E. Roggin, and Morris Rogoff.

MAX MELAMET, executive direc-
tor of the American section of the
World Jewish Congress, has been
appointed executive director of the
North American branch of the
WJC New York office. This was
announced by Samuel Bronfman,
vice president of the World Jewish
Congress and chairman of the
North American branch of its ex-
ecutive.

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—Shakespeare

ORT's Mission,
Headed by Haber,
Includes H. Platt

MALCOLM ABRAMS

ROPI V

LAWRENCE E. WEINBERG, 1999
Axtell, Troy, received his LLB de-
gree from the Wayne State Uni-
versity Law School at WSU com-
mencement exercises June 20 at
Cobo Hall. He was among a record
number of 2,946 graduates receiv-
ing degrees, including 10 LLB de-
gree recipients. Weinberg, a 1960
graduate of Mumford High School,
is the son of Mrs. Grace L. Wein-
berg. 19165 Freeland, and of the
late Mr. Weinberg.

DETROIT LADIES AUXILIARY
135 will hold a hospital party for
36 patients at the Dearborn Vet-
erans Hospital 6 p.m. Thursday.
Each veteran will receive a can-
teen book, gifts and refreshments.
The auxiliary will hold a regular
meeting 8:30 p.m. July 13 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Refresh-
ments will be served.

Dr. William Haber, president of
American ORT Federation, heads
a four-man delegation to Israel.
Harry Platt of Detroit has been
designated as a member of the
delegation.
The aim of the study mission,
as outlined by Dr. Haber, is to
assess damages inflicted on ORT
schools and other ORT installa-
tions during the recent fighting
and to discuss with Israel ORT
officials the enlarged responsibili-
ties to be assumed by the program
in the light of the changed situa-
tion.
Mr. Platt is president of Detroit
Men's ORT and a member of the
executive committee of the Ameri-
can ORT Federation and of the
Central Board of the World ORT
Union. An attorney at 2080 Penob-
scot, he has just resigned as the
permanent umpire of the Ford
Motor Co. and the United Auto-
mobile Workers' Union.
The delegation plans to report
to the international ORT executive
committee scheduled to meet in
Geneva, Switzerland, July 2 and 3.
It will also meet with ORT leaders
from North Africa and France to
evaluate the impact of Jewish refu-
gee movements in these areas.
The ORT program in Israel com-
prises the largest network of vo-
cational and technical education
schools in the country. It main-
tains 63 training centers in 37
locations of Israel, with an annual
enrollment of over 27,000 persons.

Friday, June 30, 1967-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

REILLY'S HURON HAVEN

J.

Goldberg, U.S. am-
Arthur
bassador to the United Nations,
was voted the 1967 Freedom
Award by the Detroit-Windsor
International Freedom Festival
presented in absentia today at
the Windsor Cleary Auditorium.

Business
Brevities

PAINT SUNDRIES INC., dis-
tributors of paint and wallpaper
supplies and allied products, has
announced, in a recent statement
by PSI President Bernard Eisen-
berg, the formation of Great Lakes
headquarters in Warren. Eisen-
berg also heads the parent orga-
nization, New-United of Cleveland.
PSI brings to Michigan over 50
years of service in the paint and
wallpaper industry dating back to
New-United's beginning in 1916
founded by Samuel Eisenberg.
• • •
CLARE MILLER, Sherato
Cadillac Hotel's assistant catering
manager for the last five years,
has been named acting catering
manager, effective July 8, by
Mark Schmidt, the hotel's vice
president and general manager.
Miss Miller, long-time employe of
the Sheration-Cadillac, started as
secretary to the executive chef,
was advanced to the catering de-
partment 12 years ago and seven
years later was promoted to as-
sistant catering manager.
* * •
JULIET, in the Green-8 Shop-
ping Center wishes to advise their
many customers and friends that
they can be reached from Green-
field as well as 8 Mile Road dur-
ing the current road construction.

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