Torczyner to Address ZOA Regional Convention
Jacques Torczyner, national
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, will be guest
speaker at the banquet of the
founding convention of the North
Central Region of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America May 18, at
the Jewish Community Center in
Milwaukee. The convention will
open May 17 with a luncheon and
will continue May 18 and 19.
Morton Wax of Milwaukee is
chairman of the planning commit-
tee, assisted by Dr. J. C. Biller,
Dr. Louis Blumenthal, Irving
Fields, Morris Gordon, Sam Le-
vinsky; Burton Polansky, Albert
Norin and Ben. Resnick, all of
The representatives from De-
troit areg Richard B. Kramer,
president of the district, and Mrs.
Kramer; Rabbi Moses Lehrman,
regional co-chairman; Dr. and Mrs.
Sidney Z. Leib, M. Ben Lewis,
Sol Lifsitz, Louis. Panush, Carmi
Slomovitz and Reuben Young.
The states of Michigan, Minne-
sota, Wisconsin, North Dakota,
South Dakota and parts of Ohio,
Illinois and Indiana, will be rep-
resented by 52 communities at this
Workshop seminars on Aliya,
Haber to Advise U-111 Officials
in Search for Negro Faculty;
Retains Vital Post at U. of M.
Dean William Haber of the Uni-
versity of Michigan College of Lit-
erature, Science and the Arts, has
been given a special one-year as-
signment as adviser to the univer-
sity's executive officers. Regents
confirmed the appointment.
Haber, who retires from the
deanship June 30, is a nationally
known labor economist. He will
begin his new assignment next fall
working in two broad areas, Presi-
dent Robben W. Fleming said.
He will assist with long-range
planning, including the prepara-
tion of economic analyses and gen-
eral academic plans. And he will
give special attention to helping
Vice President Allen F. Smith,
the various colleges and the de-
partment with the recruitment of
Negro faculty members.
"We feel the appointment of Wil-
liam Haber will bring an impres-
sive addition to our administrative
staff," President Fleming said.
"His years of experience, insight
and superb administrative skill
will be welcome."
Haber has been a professor of
economics at U-M since 1936, and
for the past five years has been
dean of the largest academic unit
Sandra Lynn Grossberg
to Marry Mihvaukeean
MISS SANDRA GROSSBERG
At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles I. Grossberg of
Marshall Rd., Southfield, an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter Sandra Lynn to Ben Ber-
lin, son of Mr. Leo Berlin of Mil-
Miss Grossberg attended the
University of Michigan.
A June 16 wedding is planned.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Greenspon
of Lauder Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bar-
bara Rose to Stanley Chase Gran-
don, son of Mrs. Samuel F. Gran-
don of Warrington Dr. and the late
Samuel F. Granlon.
Miss Greenspon is a senior at
Michigan State University. Her fi-
ance attends Wayne State Univer-
sity's school of medicine.
A July wedding is planned.
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ARTHUR D. DISNER, an assn,
ciate of the RUBEN GOLD
AGENCY, Massachusetts Mutual
Life Insurance Co., has completed
five days of specialized training in
the pension and profit sharing field
at the company's home office in
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Raymond P. Newman is now
associated with the firm of
DEMPSEY-TEGELER AND CO., U
INC., 17000 W. Eight Mile, as a
registered representative. Demp-
sey-Tegeler is a member of the
New York Stock Exchange.
Mrs. Bee Kalt the BEE KALT
TRAVEL SERVICE has just re- U
turned from an inaugural tour as
guest of the Scandinavian Tourist
Bureau. She visited Norway, Swe-
den and Denmark.
Young Israel Plans
Annual Bazaar at
More than $15,000 in new mer-
chandise has been gathered for
the combined Young Israel of
Northwest and Young Israel of
Greenfield Bazaar to take place
10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 26, at Young
Israel of Greenfield.
Items from watches, electric
shavers and novelty jewelry to
clothing, toys canned foods and
hardware will be available for
sale at discounts of from 50 to 70
per cent off the retail value.
Refreshments and bake sale
will be included. There is no
admission charge, and the com-
munity is welcapie.
Bazaar co-chairmen are Sanford
Eisenberg of Young Israel of
Greenfield and Milton Duchan,
Young Israel of Northwest. As in
previous years, a major contribu-
tion is made by Norman Allan.
Prizes will be given throughout
the day. Proceeds enable Young
Israel to meet its budgetary re-
quirements for the year.
tourism, membership, women's ac-
tivities, fund-raising, youth, young
adults, public affairs, public rela,
Lions, programming, ZOA activi-
ties in Israel, economic affairs,
and other projects will be con-
ducted by Harry Branton, director
of organization, as well as by
Harry J. Halperin, director of the
North Central Region.
It is expected that all syna-
gogues in the region will observe
May 17, and May 18, as ZOA Sab-
The offices of the North Central
Region are located in the Zionist
House of Detroit, 18501 W. 10
Mile' Road, Southfield.
Convention headquarters will be
set up at the Sheraton-Schroeder
Hotel in Milwaukee.
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