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March 15, 1968 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-15

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30—Friday, March 15, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

Israeli song writer NAOMI
SHEMER, whose "Jerusalem of
Gold" (Yerushalaim shel Zahav)
served as a stirring symbol of
Israel's spirit and determination
during the Six-Day War in June,
will be a guest at the annual donor
luncheon of Yeshiva University
Women's Organization Wednesday
at the Waldorf-Astoria, New York.
• • •
The board of overseers of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America has named two Philadel-
phians, Joseph Daroff and his
brother Michael; three from New
York, Jack A. Goldfarb, Maurice
Nessen, and Herman C. Rothen-
berg; and Joseph L. Mendelson,
from Washington, D.C.
• • •
Detroiter Dr. E. G. KAPLAN,
first vice president of the Midwest
Podiatry Conference, will speak
on surgery of the pediatric patient
•at the conference's Orthopedic
Day April 5 at the Pick-Congress
Hotel, Chicago. The 18th annual
three-day event is expected to at-
tract more than 1,200 podiatrists,
office -issistants and their wives.
Dr. Kaplan is chief of staff at
Civic 11 , .pital. Dr. Irvin Kanat,
also of Detroit, a member of the
American Podiatry Association
board of trustees, is on the pro-
gram.
• * *
DANIEL MANN, national execu-;
five director of the League for
Labor Israel and the Labor Zionist
Organization of America - Poale
Zion, left for Israel to finalize
plans for the special Labor Zionist
conference to be held in Israel this
summer and to meet with top
Zionist and labor leaders in Israel.

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..Annoilncements

March 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Hary
ey Lazar (Susan Upell), 16192 Ox
ley, Southfield, a daughter, Lisa
Rebecca.

March 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Per-
ry Applebaum (Ruth Silverman),
14601 Bishop, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Elyse Bet h.
• * *
March 4— To Mr. and Mrs. Lau-
rence M. Brenner (Linda Sue
Layne), 24445 Rensselaer, Oak
Park, a son, Jeffrey Aaron Simon.
• • •
March 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don Stolman (Barbara Clinton),
24547 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a
daughter, Rochelle Lynn.
• • •
Feb. 27—To Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel Krause (Sharon Jackson), 1915
Parmenter, Royal Oak, a daugh-
ter, Stephanie Lyn.
• • •
Feb. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Bodzin (Bunny Zager), 10200 Troy,
Oak Park, a son, Sandy Brian.
• • •
Feb. 25—To Mr. and Mrs." Lawr-
ence SimMer (Sharron Thomas),
23099 Plumbrooke Dr., Southfield
a son, Jeffrey Todd.
• * •
Feb. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Clif-
ford Paskel (Marlene Verier),
24654 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a son,
Eric Alan.

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CHARLES J. REICH has been
appointed psychologist departmen
head for Region One of the Detroi
Public Schools. In that capacity,
he will be in charge of psychologic-
al services for the region, which
consists of 40 schools in the city's
west and southwest areas.
• • •
ROBERT ARONSON, on leave'
from the Detroit Public Schools,
is one of 24 industrial arts teachers
studying at Wayne State Univer- '
sity. He was selected from over'
900 applicants throughout the na-
tion to participate in the $211,000
federally supported project. He is
one of 12 Fellows specializing in
energy and propulsion. The other
group is majoring in industrial
materials and processes. William
Wolansky is associate director of
the project.

Honor Bordelove Weil Award Winners to Get JWB Honors
SAN FRANCISCO — Winners of tribution to the advancement of
the 1968 Frank L. Well Awards of American Jewish culture."
at Jericho IOOF
the National Jewish Welfare Board
Mr. and Mrs. Stone are the first
be presented with medallions husband-wife team to win a Frank
Party on Tuesday will
and scrolls at the April 27 banquet L. Well Award since it was estab-

Maurice Bordelove, past grand
master of Michigan 100F, will be
honored by the Jericho Lodge of
the Independent Order of Odd Fel-
lows at a cabaret party 8:30 p.m.
March 26, at the new Lodge Tem-
ple, 433 E. 11 Mile, Royal Oak.
Harry Weinberg, entertainment
chairman, former director of the
WJBK Jewish Radio Hour, will be
master of ceremonies. Weinberg
urges that reservations for the

WSU Law School,
Hillel Foundation
to Hear Israeli

Leon Fine, former New Yorker, I
now living in Israel and practicing
law there, is on a lecture tour at
the law schools of 10 Midwestern
universities and colleges, includ-
ing Wayne State University and
the University of - ,-
Michigan.
He will speak
at the Wayne
State University
Law School, 3:30
p.m. March 26,
in Classroom A,
on "Crime and
Punishment in,
Israel."
Fine will also
speak at a brunch
at the WSU Bnai
Brith Hillel Foun-
dation 11 a. m. Fine
March 24, at Hillel House, 4841
Second.
Both events are open to the
community without charge. Peo-
ple who wish to attend the brunch
should call Hillel House, TE 1-0129,
before March 20.
At Hillel Fine will speak on
"American Settlers in Israel —
Who Are They, Why Do They
Come, How Are They Doing?"

AJCommittee Applauds
Bishop's Designation

NEW YORK — Leaders of the
American Jewish Committee hailed
the designation of Bishop Terence
J. Cooke as Archbishop of New
York as a "cause for great satisfac-
tion," auguring well for "the devel-
opment of rich and fruitful relation-
ships between the Catholic and
Jewish peoples of this great city."
Recalling meetings in the past
between AJC executives and Bish-
op Cooke when the latter was aux-
iliary bishop in the Archdiocese, a
statement by Bertram H. Gold,
and Rabbi Marc H. Tannenbaum,
director of interreligious affairs,
said: "He has demonstrated a
particularly keen and informed
understanding of Judaism and the
Jewish people.

i session of JWB's national biennial
convention.
They are Solomon Litt, president
of the World Federation of YMHAs
and Jewish Community Centers
and a past president of JWB; Mrs.
Daniel L. Stone, a vice-chairman of
the JWB women's organizations'
services; Daniel L. Stone, a mem-
ber of JWB's armed forces and
veteran services committee; and
Lazar Weiner , music director of
the Workmen's Circle Chorus and
of the Central Synagogue of New
York.
Litt was voted the award "for
distinguished contribution to the
advancement of the Jewish Com-
munity Center field." Mr. and Mrs.
Stone are honored "for distin-
guished contribution to the wel-
fare of Jewish personnel in the
U.S. armed forces. Weiner is being
honored "for distinguished con-

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Announce Speaker
for Youth Rally
`Project Outcry'

Represetntatives of Detroit Jew-
ish youth groups sponsoring "Pro-
ject Outcry"—a rally for Soviet
Jewry—announced that Dr. Daniel
N. Jacobs will be the keynote
program at the
Jewish Center, 3
p.m. April 7.
Dr. Jacobs is a
professor of gov-
ernment in Mi-
ami University's
college of arts
and science in
Oxford, 0., has
hosted a series
on the National
Educational Tele-
vision network.
Dr. Jacobs He speaks Rus-
sian fluently, has traveled in the
Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslo-
vakia, Switzerland, Italy and
France, and has taught Soviet
government, comparative govern-
ment and American government
at Hunter College before joining
Miami University.

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