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December 08, 1967 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-08

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Max J. Zivian 's 65th Birthday
Honored by Friends, Agencies

Katz-Goodman Vows
to Be Spoken in April

reational and social service pur-
poses here.
As president of the United - Jew-
ish Charities, he was instrumental
in setting up the endowment fund
to assure the Jewish community's
future functions and he inaugur-
ated a finance committee project
for the sponsoring of investments
in support of Federation agencies
and community needs.
Although he and Mrs. Zivian
have established residence in Flor-
ida, Zivian has said that he con-
siders Detroit his home and will
retain his many philanthropic and
other interests here.
MISS MARLENE KATZ
Born in Selva, Russia, Dec. 9.
1902, Zivian was brought here as a
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Katz of
youth by his parents, Mr. and Greenview Rd., Southfield, an-
Mrs. Abba Zivian. He was married nounce the engagement of their
to the former Rose Rosengard on daughter Marlene Lois to Harvey
Oct. 14, 1927.
I. Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs
They have two daughters, Mrs Samuel L. Goodman of La Garonne
Ivan (Louise) Shalit of Walnut Dr., Southfield.
Creek, Calif.. and Mrs. John
Miss Katz is a graduate of Mich-
(Abigail) Wallach of Endwell. igan State University's college of
N.Y.; and two sons, Arthur of Ann education. Mr Goodman is a grad-
Arbor, who is working for his uate of Eastern Michigan Univer-
doctorate in mathematics at the sity.
University of Michigan, and
An April wedding is planned.
Michael, a University of Michigan
MAX J. ZIVIAN
graduate who is now pursuing his
associated with, from hundreds law studies at Wayne State Uni-
of business associates and people versity.
he has worked with in behalf of
major community causes.
Attorney Irving B. Ackerman,
Recently retired as president of
who was a newsboy on the streets
Detroit Steel Corporation, Zivian
of Detroit not many years ago—
had the distinction of rising in the
selling newspapers for a livelihood
industrial ranks from a stenogra-
pher in this corporation in 1923
DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN
to the presidency he attained in
JUNIORS will meet 8 p.m. Wed-
1944 and held until early this year.
nesday at the Howard Johnson
Similarly, he devoted himself
Restaurant, Eight Mile and Cool-
to outstanding causes, in local
idge to plan a paid-up membership
charitable and educational af-
affair honoring the national presi-
fairs, as a worker for Allied
dent's visit. All juniors, auxiliary
Jewish Campaigns, as a member
president and past department
of the boards of directors of
presidents are invited. For infor-
many agencies, as president of
mation, call Dorothy Goldberg,
the United Jewish Charities and
UN 2-6610.
*
*
presently as head of the Jewish
Community Foundation which
Packages for Servicemen
finances important educational
Sent to Vietnam by JWV
and other communal needs.
Packages to 55 servicemen in
Zivian continues to serve on the
board of the Jewish Welfare Fed- Vietnam were mailed out by Mrs.
IRVING ACKERMAN
eration and on the boards of Louis Winkler, servicemen's serv-
and to further his education — is
numerous other movement s.
ice chairman of Sholom Auxiliary, 1968 president of the Old News-
He has been among the most gen-
boys' Goodfellow Fund.
erous supporters of many causes, Jewish War Veterans.
Ackerman's parents were poor,
Each package consisted of food-
and was prominent in efforts in
stuffs, toiletries, small clothing but with perseverance and hard
Israel's behalf.
work
he gained an education, grad-
articles
and
a
recording
tape.
Zivian was a member of the
Many letters have already been uating from a Detroit high school
first UJA mission to Israel in
received from the men in Vietnam, and then , from law school. He has
1954. He was the first chairman
practiced law for many years,
of the capital needs committee expressing their gratitude.
Anyone who wishes to have raising a family and becoming
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
active
in Jewish and general com-
packages sent to Vietnam is asked
tion, commencing with 1951, and
to send the mailing address of the munity.
under his guidance many im-
The 54-year-old Old Newsboys'
serviceman to Mrs. Winkler, 21941
portant building projects were
Goodfellow Fund was founded by
Westhampton, Oak Park.
completed for educational, rec-
the late James .1. Brady with the
slogan "No Child Without a
Christmas." Its members are old
BY HENRY LEONARD
newsboys who have made good;
their sale of a special paper
Monday will help purchase under-
clothing, shoes, eyeglases, toys
and other items for poverty-
stricken children.
First vice president of the or-
ganization is Alan Schmier. Other
officers are Judge John M. Wise,
second vice president; Frank
Brady, secretary; Frazer (Bud)
Pomeroy, treasurer; and Judge
David Vokes, assistant treasurer.

It will be a private family affair
for Max J. Zivian when his family
honors him this Saturday evening,
at their home in Palm Beach, Fla.,
on his 65th birthday. But the mes-
sages greeting him will be from
scores of movements he has been

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 8, 1967-29

Service Group Elects Broder

Paul Broder has been elected
president of the Detroit Service
Group of the Jewish Welfare
Federation to succeed George D.
Keil, who was named chairman
of the board.
I i addition to his activity with
the Service Group, Broder is a

Prof. Levin Honored
by WSU at Luncheon
On the occasion of the publica-

member of the boards of Federa-
tion and Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice and community Workshop.
Nine other posts were also filled
for two-year terms, as follows:
vice presidents, Lewis S. Gross-
man, Arthur Howard and Harold
S. Norman; vice chairman of the
board, Louis C. Blumberg; chair-
man of the executive committee,
Max M. Shaye; representatives' to
the board of governors, Arthur
Howard and Edward C. Levy, Sr.

tion of his book, "Malthus and the
Conduct of Life," which was re-
viewed in The Jewish News laSt
week, Prof. Samuel M. Levin was
honored at a luncheon in the
McGregor Conference Center of
Wayne State University on Thurs-
day.
The luncheon was arranged by
Dr. Raymond C. Miller, co-chair-
man . of the WSU centennial coin-
mission.

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campaign chairman of the Greater
New York Committee for State of
Israel Bonds, which sponsors the
festival, reported that "in New
York, Israel Bond sales so far in
1967 have more than tripled since
last year". In 1966, sales of Israel
Bonds in metropolitan New York
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