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September 01, 1967 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS

28—Friday, September 1, 1967



IlarilynKershto3larry
Mr. Schwartz in Fall

Norbert Reinstein will be hon- Bnai Moshe, LI 8-9000, or the Is-
ored as "Bnai Moshe Man of the rael Bond office, DI 1-5707.
Year" at the Bnai Moshe Israel
victory dinner, 6:30 p.m., Sept. 27,
For Unique Tasteful
in the social hall, it was announced
Entertainment
by Melvin Weisz, president.
Reinstein, a leader at Bnai
Moshe for a number of years and
ORCHESTRA
a former president, is a nationally
• Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs
known public health expert.
• Banquets • Parties
Robert St. John, world famous
New Phone 851-1594
author, will be the guest speaker.
Currently Appearing at
Robert Lurie of St. Louis will be
Menlou's East
another guest. Rabbi Moses Lehr-
man and Cantor Louis Klein will

People Make News

ALLAN GOTLIEB has been
named legal adviser and acting
assistant undersecretary of state
for external affairs for Canada. i t
was announced by External Affairs
Minister Paul Martin. Gotlieb, 39
was born in Winnipeg. educated at
Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar and
Harvard University. where he was
on the board of editors of the Har-
vard Law Review. He lectured in
law at Oxford. Author of Disarma-
ment and International Law. and
visiting professor of political
science at Carleton University
here, he served in 1962 on the
Canadian delegation to the 18-
power disarmament conference in
Geneva.
• • •
The New York commissioner of
social service, M ITC ff E L L I.
(;INSBERG has announced that
he is unable to accept an invita-
tion to go to Jerusalem to help
organize the social welfare depart-
ment in Israel's capital. Declaring
he was "not happy" about the
decision, he said he does not have
the time for such an undertaking.
Last week, Mayor Lindsay ap-
pointed him to one of the city ad-
ministration's topmost jobs as
human resources administrator.
Ginsberg was invited to Jerusalem
last June by Jerusalem's Mayor
Teddy Kollek, and Mayor Lindsay
approved his acceptance of the b'.1
providing he stayed on long
enough to help clear up a vorkers'
stoppage in the department of
social service. That dispute ended
Aug. 1. In informing Israel's con-
sul-general. Michael Arnon, of his
decision not to go to Jerusalem
now, Ginsberg said he hoped to go
to Israel "some time in the
future."
• • •
Marymount Manhattan College.
a Catholic-supported women's in-
qitution, has appointed, as its first
lay academic dean, a woman of the
Jewish faith. She is ELAINE
SMALL KLEIN, 38, who lives with
her husband and two children in
New Rochelle, N. Y. A member of
the college faculty for 16 years,
Dr. Klein earned a doctorate at
Columbia University and a degree
from Trinity College of Speech in
London.

Illay Gottesman Takes
a Bride, Beverly Tobin

MRS. MAX GOTTESMAN

In a candlelight ceremony at
Cong. Shaarey Z e d e k, Beverly
Tobin became the bride of Max
Gottesman. They are the children
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin of
Southwood Dr., Southfield, and Mr.
and Mrs. Roland Gottesman of
Nadine Ave., Oak Park.
The bride wore a silk organza
gown with lace appliques. Her mat-
ron of honor was Jerry Freedman;
maid of honor, Sue Albert; and
bridesmaids, Beth Levitt, Sue
Cohen and Dora Elbaum.
Best man was Don Rycos. Ushers
were Harvey Freedman, Steven
Tobin, Mark Tobin and David
Tobin.
The newlyweds will honeymoon
in the Catskill Mountains and re-
side in Royal Oak.

,Robert St. John to Address
Dinner in Rein stein's Honor

President Johnson has named
Rabbi JACOB PHILIP RUDLN of
Great Neck. N. Y., president of
the Synagogue Council of America,
to a 20-man commission that will
observe the campaign and elec-
tions in South Vietnam. The Syna-
gogue Council is the central co-
ordinating agency for the national
rabbinical and synagogal organi-
zations of Conservative, Orthodox
and Reform Jewry in the United
give the tribute to Reinstein.
States. The group, which includes
Abraham Pasternak is dinner
governors, mayors, businessmen
chairman. Nathan Sharon and Ben
and civic and labor leaders, will
Kahn are co-chairmen.
return Wednesday, three days
For reservations to the affair,
after the South Vietnamese elec-
MISS MARILYN HERSH
on behalf of Israel Bonds, call the
tion of a president and vice-presi-
dent.
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Kersh of
• • •
Southwood Dr., Southfield, an-
"Merging Traffic"
Dr. STANLEY KIRSCHNER, nounce the engagement of their
Accelerated
Rock and Roll Sounds
professor of chemistry at Wayne daughter Marilyn Lisa to Eugene
Available for Parties;
State University, will present tech- Louis Schwartz, son of Mr. and
Bar Mitzvahs, Socials, Etc.
nical papers and preside at plen- Mrs. Joseph Schwartz of Forrer
Call
ary sessions of the International Ave.
JEFF
DEMBS
356-8547
Symposium in Chelate Chemistry
Miss Kersh attends Wayne State
in Nara, Japan, Sept. 19-22, and University, where she is in the
at the Tenth International Confer- school of art education. Her fiance
ence on Coordination Chemistry in is a senior medical student at WSU
Tokyo, Sept. 12-16. Dr. Kirschner and is affiliated with Phi Delta
with
will also lecture at Kyushu Univer- Epsilon Medical Fraternity and
sity in Fukuoka during his stay in Phi Beta Kappa and Psi Chi honor-
Japan.
ary fraternities.
• • •
Formerly The Montegos
The couple plans to marry Nov.
Music for the Young
The appointment of KURT SING- 22.
of All Ages
ER as office manager and chief
FOR BOOKINGS CALL:
underwriter has been announced
Racial
Coloration
Theory
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by Merton J. Segal, president of
Meadowbrook, Inc.. Insurance.
Explained by Biochemist
• • •

T h e appointment of Michigan
State Senator SANDER M. LEVIN
to a 12-member National Advisory
Committee on Handicapped Chil-
dren has been announced y the
United States education commis-
sioner, Harold Howe II. Levin was
chairman of a State Senate sub-
committee which, in 1966, com-
pleted a comprehensive study of
the strength and weaknesses in
Michigan's programs for educating
children with physical, emotional
and mental handicaps. The study
led to a broad series of new enact-
ments in the Michigan Legislature
and has become widely used in
many states throughout the nation.
* * •
WILLIAM ELLMANN, president
of the Michigan State Bar Asso-
ciation, will be interviewed on the
WWJ-TV program "Target: Legal
Profession" 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
* • *
Rabbi ABRAHAM ZEMACH, di-
rector of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Michigan State Uni-
versity, has been named a member
of the faculty of the 22nd annual
National Hillel Summer Institute
at Camp Bnai Brith in Starlight,
Pa., currently meeting through
Sept. 5. Rabbi Zemach will
conduct a seminar on "The Hebrew
Prophets." Central theme of the
institute, "Crucial Issues In Jewish
Life Today," reflects the questions
and problems Jewish college stu-
dents are most concerned with:
Can modern man have faith?, Is-
rael's Challenge to American Jew-
ry, Freedom and Moral Respon-
sibility and Judaism and Ethical
Commitment.
* • *
Mrs. ALMA MARK of Glynn
Ct. placed second for her ginger-
bread in the Michigan State Fair
community arts department. The
number of entries in this year's
competition was the largest in the
history of the State Fair.
• • •
The new
appointed Latin
American director of the World
Union for Progressive Judaism
will take up his position in Buenos
Aires, Argentina this month. Rabbi
LEON KLENICKI, ordained this
year at Hebrew Union College —
Jewish Institute of Religion, Cin-
cinnati, is the first Argentinian to
complete his rabbinical studies at
the Reform seminary and is the
third rabbi to be assigned to Ar-
gentina by the WUPJ. He will co-
ordinate the World Union program
in South America.

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WALTHAM, Mass—A Brandeis
University biochemist says racial
colors in humans evolved from the
skin's method of determining the
amount of vitamin D manufactured
in the skin by sunlight.
Dr. W. Farnsworth Loomis, the
Col. Louis I. and Bessie Rosenfield
professor of biochemistry, put
forth this theory in a recent issue
of Science Magazine.
As explained by Dr. Loomis,
too little vitamin D, needed to
turn calcium in food into bone,
can cause rickets in infants and
soft bones in adults. Too much
can cause possibly fatal accumula-
tions of calcium in blood vessels.
The vitamin is produced in
the skin by the sun's ultra-
violet rays. The sun also pro-
duces melanin, the substance
which screens the rays and gives
skin a dark color.
The first man, says Dr. Loomis,
evolved in Africa with melanin-
rich black skin which protected
him from over-exposure to ultra-
violet rays. But, as he migrated
north, this benefit became a seri-
ous handicap. Rickets caused the
darker-skinned young men to
drop out along the way, and de-
formed pelvises killed young
women in childbirth.
On the other hand, those with
lighter skin survived to become
blond Europeans whose white skin
allowed them to live comfortably
in northern climes.

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I nterparliamentary Union
Cancels Moscow Meeting
as Visas Barred to Israelis

PARIS (JTA) — The Interpar-
liamentary Union, which had been
scheduled to meet in Moscow this
year, has cancelled the planned
Moscow session "in solidarity with
countries which are not welcomed
to Moscow," officials of the union
announced here.
The union is comprised of the
representatives of 23 national par-
liaments, including Israel's. The
cancellation of the Moscow meet-
ing was announced after the
union's office in Switzerland re-
ceived word from Moscow that
"the Soviet Union cannot deliver
visas to all participants in the an-
nual meeting." The Kremlin broke
diplomatic relations with Israel in
June, after the outbreak of the
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