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September 22, 1967 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-22

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30—Friday, September 22, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

Bnai Moshe Sponsors Israel Bond Fete

At the Bnai Moshe leadehship reception, which resulted in
Israel Bond sales totaling over $30,000 are (from right): Ben Kahn,
Cantor Louis Klein, Norbert Reinstein, guest of honor; Col. Menachem
Aviram, who commanded the Israeli armored brigade, which was
the first unit to reach the Suez Canal; Rabbi Moses Lehrman;
Nathan Sharon; Abe Pasternak, the dinner chairman; and Philip
Stollman, chairman of the Israel Bond High Holy Day Congrega-
tional Council, The reception, hosted by Kahn, Pasternak, Sharon
and Theodore Curtis and I. William Sherr, was in advance of the
Bnai Moshe Dinner, which will honor Norbert Reinstein as Bnai
Moshe Man of the Year, next Wednesday evening at the synagogue.
Robert St. John, famous author, will head the program. Robert
Lurie of St. Louis, TV writer and producer, will bring a message
from the Israel Bond Organization. Rabbi Lehrman will give the
tribute to Reinstein and Cantor Klein the musical salute. For re-
servations to the dinner, which will be preceded by a cocktail re-
ception, call Israel Bonds, DI 1-5707.

Business
Brevities



Eighteen visiting Frenchmen
and the French consul interested
in the construction industry chose
ROSS AND PREGERSON BUILD-
ERS, of Birmingham to visit last
week in hopes of learning new
methods of plumbing and heating.
Clifford A. Ross, president of Ross
and Pregerson Builders and Gor-
don C. Johnston of G. C. Johnston
Plumbing and Heating, plumbing
contractor, met the chartered bus
bringing the Frenchmen into Birm-
ingham, and conducted the inspec-
tion tour of homes under construc-
tion. Ross and Pregerson Builders
constructs custom quality homes
for prominent families in Birming-
ham.
• • •
Leading sales representative of
the ROYAL OFFICE TYPEWRIT-
ER DIVISION of Litton Industries
met at the Diplomat Hotel in Holly-
wood by-the-Sea, near Miami, for
the annual }Crest Club award pres-
entations at the company's sales
convention. Representatives from
the Detroit area included W. D.
Fekete, district manager; Gerald
V. Smith, Charles J. Gates, Harry
A. Fidler, Ronald G. Foy, James
Randlett, Richard P. Bloch, Harold
E. Wilson, Robert J. Craig, Albert
S. Yendrick and Paul Tugender.

The appointment of ABRAHAM
FRANK, of Tel Aviv, as director
of the Israel Aliya Center, 515
Park Ave., New York, was an-
nounoed by Rabbi Mordecai Kirsh-
blunt member of the executive of
the Jewish Agency, and head of
the aliya department of the Ameri-
can Section of the eJwish Agency.

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Strichartz to Talk
at Detroit Seminar

Richard Strichartz, chairman of
Mayor Cava nag h' s Develop-
ment Committee, will keynote the
50th anniversary seminar of United
Community Services of Metropoli-
tan Detroit on the most pressing
problems confronting the metro-
politan area 1 to 5:30 p.m. Thurs-
day at Cobo Hall.
Business, professional and civic
leaders who will lead workshop
sessinos after Strichartz' address
include Max Biber, chairman of the
State Corrections Commission; Wil-
liam Frank, chairman of the UCS
board; Rabbi M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel; and Norman Rob-
bins, attorney.
The seminar is open to the pub-
lic at no charge. Richard F. Huegli,
UCS managing director, said "We
need the participation of men and
women throughout the metropoli-
tan area to help find solutions to
the critical health and welfare is-
sues facing our metropolitan com-
munity in the year immediately
ahead."
For registration call UCS, 833-
0622.

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Announcements

Sept. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Ar
vin Steinberg (Phyllis Blum), for
mer Detroiters of Indianapolis, a
son, Scott Franklin.
• a a
Sept. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Norber (Charlene Yollick),
19925 Winthrop, a son, Eric Irwin.
a
Sept. 16—To Dr. and Mrs. Her-
bert M. Garner (Margot Corby),
13345 Ludlow, Huntington Woods,
a daughter, Nancy Susan.
* a •
Sept. 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Thexler (Barbara Ginsburg), 2301
N. Dorchester, Troy, a son, Mark
Allan.
a • a
Sept. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
S. Morse (Susan Barak), 15031
Kenton, Oak Park, a son, Michael
Joy.
a
Sept. 10—To Rabbi and Mrs.
Harold D. Hahn (Nancy Cohen)
of Norfolk, Va., a daughter, Bar-
bara Marcia.
• a •
Sept. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Yellen (Charna Kass), 22031 Sus-
sex, Oak Park, a daughter, Kim-
berly Joy.

Two key staff appointments
were announced by Dr. PAS-
QUALE BUONICONTO, medical
superintendent at the Wayne Coun-
ty Child Development Center. Dr.
ROBERT H. BOMAN, a Detroit
psychiatrist, was named assistant
medical superintendent, the No. 2
post at the training school for re-
tarded children. Dr. MARY TYD-
LASKA, of Detroit, was appointed
director of psychology. She was an
associate professor of special edu-
cation and vocational rehabilitation
at Wayne State University.
• • •
Bnai Brith announced the ap-
pointment of PHILIP D. SANG of
Chicago as vice chairman of its
Jewish Historical Committee.
• a a •
PINCHAS PELI, a leading figure
in Israel's 'literary and intellectual
life, will teach Hebrew literature
at two of Yeshiva University's
undergraduate schools during the
1967-68 academic year—at Yeshiva
College and the Erna Michael Col-
lege of Hebraic Studies.
-
Rabbi SAMUEL ROSENBLATT
of Baltimore will deliver the an-
nual Bessie Gotsfeld Memorial Lec-
ture of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America at Herzl
Institute, New York, Nov. 13.
* •
Temple Emanu-El of New York
City haS just commissioned JULIUS
CHAJES, Detroit composer, pianist
and conductor to write the music
to Psalm 98. His Friday evening
service, "Shabat Shalom" was giv-
en its premiere performance in
Temple Emanu-El in 1946. Chajes'
compositions are published by the
Transcontinental Music Publica-
tions in New York and are in the
repertoire of world-famous artists.
Since November 1940, Chajes has
been the conductor of the Center
Symphony Orchestra in Detroit.
• • s
HAROLD BLACK, a 25-year vet-
eran in dealing with Detroit plan-
ning and related urban renewal
problems, will become technical
co-ordinator for TALUS (Detroit
Regional Transportation and Land
Use Study). Irving J. Rubin, TALUS
director, said Black's responsibility
will be to assure that the many
facets of TALUS' activity are co-
ordinated. These include data an-
alysis, computer model formulation
and the development and testing of
alternative plans for land use and
transportation systems, Rubin said.
• • •
IRVING MITCHELL FELT,
chairman of the board and presi-
dent of the Madison Square Garden
Corp. and a prominent New York
philanthropist, has accepted the
chairmanship of the 1967 Scopus
Award dinner of American Friends
of the Hebrew University, it was
announced by Samuel Rothberg,
board chairman of American
Friends. The dinner will be held
Nov. 20 at the Waldorf Astoria.

RAY LEVIN has been appointed
director of Israel programs and
community relations of the Amer-
ican Zionist Youth Foundation, ac-
cording to Charles Bick, chairman.
• « •
SANFORD I. FREEDMAN, as-
sistant corporation counsel for the
City of New York, has been elected
to a two-year term as president of
the Brandeis University Alumni
Association.
* * s
HY FAINE, chairman of the
executive committee of the Amer-
ican Zionist Council, has been in-
vited to participate in the Zionist
Assembly to be held in Basle,
Switzerland, to commemorate the
70th anniversary of the First Zion-
ist Congress held in 1897. The
event, scheduled for Sept. 24, will
draw Zionist leaders from many
countries.
• •
Councilman Mel Ravitz, presi-
Sept. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Barry dent of the Wayne County Board
M. Peitz (Sandra Moss), 24369 of Supervisors, has been named
Rensselaer, Oak Park,a son, Jason chairman of the new Detroit
Lloyd'. • • • • • " ' • • • •
'Youth Foundation, a broadly-based,



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anti-delinquency group initiated
by the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion. The non-profit corporation
'is designed to assist in the gen-
eral adjustment of youth and to
specifically seek solutions to prob-
lems plaguing the mentally re-
tarded and emotionally disturbed.
The board's move came on the
heels of a report on retarded and
disturbed children made by Deputy
Superintendent Arthur Johnson
and DR. WILLIAM WATTEN-
BERG, associate superintendent,
child guidance.
• s •
DR. ALBERT SABIN, the emi-
nent American virologist, received
Tuesday the honorary degree of
doctor honor's causa from Sao
Paulo State University. He had
previously received the State of
Sao Paulo's honorary title of Pub-
lic Servant Emeritus. Dr. Sabin
has been in Brazil since July as
guest of the American Jewish Com-
mittee and the Instituto Brasileiro
Judaico and has delivered lectures
before the medical faculty of Sao
Paulo University and the Albert
Einstein Hospital.
• • a
Larry L. Guttenberg. who par-
ticipated in the organization of
Detroit's Republic Mortgage Corp.
earlier this month, has been named
president of the firm by the direc-
tors. Guttenberg brings to the firm
more than a
quarter of a cen-
1 tury in mortgage
A servicing, all in
the Detroit area.
He resigned re-
cently as execu-
tive vice presi-
Guttenberg
dent of Michigan
Mortgage Corp., whose portfolio is
in excess of $140,000,000. The 48-
year-old Guttenberg came to De-
troit with his parents from
New York City at age 13. He at-
tended Detroit public schools and
was graduated from Northern
High. He holds a BS degree in ac-
counting from Detroit Institute of
Technology. Prior to his U.S. Army
service, Guttenberg had started in
mortgage banking with General
Discount Corporation, Detroit. He

joined Michigan Mortgage Corp.
in 1947. The Guttenbergs, 18617
Walmer Lane, Birmingham, have
a daughter and son.
• • •
Dr. William Haber, president of
the American ORT Federatimi,
has announced the formation of
a National Rab-
binic Ort Com-
mittee with Rabbi
Gilb ert Klaper-
man, of C o n g.
Beth Sholom,
Lawrence, N.Y.,
vice president of
the New York
Board of Rabbis
and a professor of
sociology at Ye-
shiva University,
as head of the
new group. Rabbi
Klaperman des-
cribed the pur-
pose of the Na-
Rabbi Klapermantional R a b binic
ORT Committee to be "the active
involvement of rabbis of Orthodox,
Conservative and Reform per-
suasions in a unified effort of com-
munity education on the tasks and
programs conducte d- by ORT
among Jews around the world."

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