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December 22, 1967 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-12-22

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Friday, December 22, 1967-33 >.
Sheri Berman Engaged Moshe Rivlin, UN Jo-Anne Lynne Shaye ' THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
to Michael Biederman Correspondent, to BrideofHowardDobrick Ravitz to Address Delegate Assembly
Delegates will review a report
The Midwinter Delegate Assem-
Address Histadrut
by Council Executive Director Wal-

MISS SHERI BERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman of
Old Franklin Rd., Farmington, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sheri Beth to Michael
Allen Biederman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David W. Biederman of Tele-
graph Rd.
Miss Berman is a graduate of
the University of Michigan, and
will receive her masters degree in
education from Wayne State Uni-
versity in June. Mr. Biederman, a
graduate of Michigan State Uni-
versity, is attending Kansas City
College of Osteopathy. The wed-
ding will be in June.

Ford's Bugas,
Gets National
ADL Award

Moshe Rivlin, United Nations
correspondent of the Jewish Day-
Morning Journal, will be guest at
a special Histadrut event 8 p.m.
Dec. 28 at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute.
Since the merger of the famous
Yiddish dailies, the Jewish Day
and the Morning Journal. Rivlin's
main assignment has been to cover
the United Nations proceedings.
He has been the United States
correspondent of the Hebrew daily
Davar for many years and con-
tributes to the columns of Hayom
and the Jerusalem Post.
Rivlin has been active in the
Zionist movement and Farband for
many years. He has recently re-
turned from a three-month stay in
Israel where he made a thorough
study of social and economic con-
ditions.
This Histadrut event will be of
special interest to those who un-
derstand the Yiddish language.
The event is part of a series of
functions sponsored by the Detroit
Israel Histadrut Campaign. Admis-
sion is free, and refreshments will
be served.
• • •

Scholarship Fluid
Established for
Late Jacob Glaser

A perpetual Histadrut scholar-
ship fund in memory of Jacob
Glaser is being established by
Brenner - Truman Branch of the
Farband Labor Zionist Order,
which held a memorial meeting re-
cently to pay tribute to Mr. Glaser.
Mr. Glaser was a founding mem-
John S. Bugas of Detroit, a vice ber of Brenner-Truman branch and
president of the Ford Motor Com- had been active in every phase of
pany, was presented Dec. 13 with its work. Devoted to the work of
the Anti:Defamation League's Hu-
man Relations Award "for a life-
time of service in the field of hu-
man rights." The award was made
by Max Fisher in
New York.
Sen. Walter F.
Mondale, Minne-
s o t a Democrat,
was one of the
speakers at an
ADL dinner for
the benefit of the
League's appeal,
which is engaged
in a nationwide
campaign to raise
$5,523,900 to sup-
port the league's
10-point program
of research, edu-
cation, communi-
ty relations and
Bugas
civil rights.
Dore Schary, national chairman
LATE JACOB GLASER
of the Bnai Brith ADL, presided;
and Armund Schoen, of Chicago, Histadrut and interested in Jewish
was chairman of dinner arrange- education, Mr. Glaser combined
ments. Co-chairmen were Marvin both interests in his activity for
Slomack, president of the Ford the Amal Trade Schools in Israel.
The Histadrut Scholarship Fund
Dealers Association of New York;
will make it possible for deserv-
and Alfred A. May of Detroit.
ing youngsters in Israel to attend
an Amal Trade School, which
will provide the technical educa-
tion necessary to enable them to
Leave Everything to Us
make a meaningful contribution
to the upbullding of their coun-
try.
Histadrut director Al Michaels
said $2,500 is needed to establish
the perpetual fund, which will be
administered by Histadrut in Is-
rael. Nearly half of the necessary
funds were raised at the meeting.
Mrs. Bessie Berris is president of
Brenner-Truman.

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The marriage of Jo-Anne Lynne
Shaye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Shaye of Canterbury Rd.
to Gordon Dobrick, took place at
Franklin Hills Country Club, with
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz officiat-
ing. The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dobrick of
Chicago.
The bride's attendants were
Mrs. Warren Menaker, matron of
honor; Karen Fink, maid of honor;
Rosanne Kotzer, bridesmaid; and
Judy and Susan Menaker, flower
girls. Best man was the brother of
the bride, Marc Kenneth Shaye.
Ushers were Richard Davis Shaye,
brother of the bride, Richard Rob-
erts, Warren Menaker and Howard
Dubner. .
The bride wore a satin wedding
gown embellished with seed pearls,
and heirloom Belgian lace was at-
tached to a coronet with tulle veil.1
She carried a nosegay of roses and
Stephanotis.
After the wedding trip to the
Laurentian Mountains, the couple
will live in Chicago.

UHS Teachers
to Hold Institute

United Hebrew Schools teachers
will meet for their biannual insti-
tute Sunday and Monday from 9:15
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the auditor-
him of the Esther Berman Build-
ing.
Topic of discussion Sunday will
be "The Use of Audio-Visual Ma-
terials in Classroom Teaching "
J. M. Mathis, director of audio-
visual education, will discuss the
"Theoretical Foundations of Audio-
Visual Learning," and UHS staff
m embers Batia Eizikovic, Rae
Goodman, Bea Kriechman, Use Ro-
berg and Rabbi Nissim Hayward
will participate in a demonstration
of audio-visual media. This will be
followed by a presentation of re-
centy developed -audio-visual aids
in Hebrew reading instruction by
Associate Superintendent Benja-
min L. Yapko. (A beginners course
in such "instructional technology"
will be taught by Mathis. For in-
formation, call him at the UHS,
DI 1-3407.
On Monday, UHS high school in-
structor Solomon Schimmel will
discuss "Obstacles to be Overcome
in Bible Study." In a related pres-
entation, Dr. Naphtali Wiesner,
educational consultant, will give
practical examples of how the bib-
lical commentaries, both classical
and modern, can be used in the
elementary grades to answer ques-
tions which arise in the study of
the Bible.
Superintendent Albert Elazar,
who was in Israel last spring, will
discuss "The Study of the Tanakh
in the Light of the Six-Day War."
`Brivele der Mamen'
Slides will be shown of the histori-
to Be Shown Here
cal places in the recently incor-
"A Brivele der Mamen" (A Let- porated areas in the state of Israel.
ter to Mother), a Yiddish film with,
The two-day institute it open to
English subtitles, will be shown by all teachers in he community.
the Young Hagana 8 p.m. Saturday
KIVIE KAPLAN, noted leader
at Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tik-
in the fields of civil rights and
va.
Starring Edmund Zayenda and Reform Judaism, and Dr. ISAAC
Misha Gehrman, the film tells a FEIN, curator of the Jewish His-
sentimental tale of a European torical Society of Maryland, are the
family torn apart by war and cus- newly elected members of the
board of directors of the American
tom, and their eventual reunion.
Tickets will be available at the Friends of Religious Freedom in
Israel.
door.

bly of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil will convene Jan. 10, 8:30 p.m.
at the Jewish Center, presidents
and delegates of affiliated organi-
zations were notified by Council
President Dr. Samuel Krohn.
The program, developed by the
assembly planning committee un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam-
' uel Linden and Sidney Shevitz. will
feature a talk by Councilman Mel
Ravitz on "Rebuilding Detroit."
The topic continues a theme de-
veloped at the season's opening
delegate meeting: "Riots—Race-
atid the Urban Crisis." Delegates
have been encouraged to present
the views of their respective or-
ganizations during the open discus-
sion period which follows.

PEC DIVIDEND
Directors of PEC Israel Eco-
nomic Corporation, New York,
Tuesday declared a cash dividend
on its common stock of 60 cents per
share, payable Feb. 15, to stock-
holders of record as of Jan. 31.
This compares with a dividend of
80 cents paid for the preceding
year.

ter E. Klein on current council ac-
tivities.
Hostesses for the social hour
which concludes the assembly pro-
gram will be provided by the Amer
ican Jewish Congress.

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