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May 03, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-03

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Panush Named for ZOD Presidency; Scholarship Winners Are Announced

Louis Panush has been nomi-
nated for the presidency of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit,
Carmi M. Slomovitz, chairman of
the ZOD nominating committee,
announced. The election will be
held at the Zionist Cultural Center
on May 15.
Richard B, Kramer, retiring
president, succeeds Slomovitz as
chairman of the executive commit-
tee.
Other nominees are: Vice-presi-
dents, Dr. Alex S. Friedlaender,
Dr. Sidney Friedlaender, Dr. San-
ford A. Bennett and Reuben
Young; secretary, Dr. Sidney Z.
Leib; treasurer, Dr. Maxwell M.
Hoffman.
Nominees for the board of di-
'rectors for a three-year term in-
Jude:
Dr. Louis L. Kazdan, Sol Lifsitz,
Morris Mendelson, Dr. Eugene
Pious, Sherman Schapiro, Herzl B.
Shur, David Silver, Dr. and Mrs. I.
\--- Walter Silver, Cantor Jacob H.
3onenklar, Dr. Bernard Weston,
'filbert Best, David I. Denn, Dr.
Jack R. Greenberg, Dr. Theodore
Mandell, Jason H , Tickeon and

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Bernard H. Zaffern.
Rabbi Milton Arm, chairman
of the committee named to se-
lect winners of scholarships, an-
nounced that Howard Torf, 10th
grade student in the Oak Park
High School and a pupil of
United Hebrew Schools High

School, has been granted a full
year's scholarship in the Mollie
Goodman Academic High School
at Kfar Silver in Israel. The al-
ternate chosen for this scholar-
ship is Jack Simkovitz who at-
tends the same schools as Torf.
Rabbi Arm announced that win-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 3, 1968-31

ner of scholarships to attend the
ZOA Teen-Age Summer Camp at
Kfar Silver this summer are Neal
Best, Paul Harvey Draznin, How-
ard Lax, Ida Leib, Sheryl Silver
and Margery Williams.
Funds for these scholarships are
made available through the ZOD's
Philip Slomovitz Scholarship Fund.

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Yeshiva University Social Work Dean
to Speak at Detroit Function May 14

Dr. Morton I. Teicher, dean of
Yeshiva University's Wurzweiler
School of Social Work, will be
guest spearker at a dinner to be
tendered by Morris Karbal, 6 p.m.
May 14, at Standard Club.
Dr. Teicher, visiting the com-
munity at the invitation of the De-
troit Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, will discuss
the role of Wurz-
weiler School in
the education of
professional s o-
cial workers for
creative leader-
ship in social
work practice,
theory develop-
ment, policy for-
mation a n d or-
ganization, p a r- Dr. Teicher
ticularly in Jewish communal serv-
ice.
Established in 1957, Wurzweiler
School is the first university-based
social work education program un-
der Jewish auspices. Its _two-year
courses of graduate study, with
concentrations in social group work
and social casework, lead to the
Master of Social Work degree. Un-
der Dr. Teicher's administration,
the school is now implementing
a doctoral program, the second
to be established by any university
in New York State and one among
19 in the entire nation.
Dr. Teicher's visit is preliminary
to the 13th annual dinner of Yeshi-
va U's Detroit Friends, to be held
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek May 28,
and at which Morris Karbal will
receive Yeshiva University's Dis-
tinguished Service Award. David

P. Zack is serving as chairman of
the event, with David Pollack as
co-chairman. Abraham Borman, a
met-fiber of the board of trustees of
Yeshiva University and permanent
chairman of the Detroit Friends, is
acting host of the 13th annual din-
ner so that the total proceeds will
be contributed to the university.
Martin Agronsky, Washington cor-
respondent for CBS Television and
Radio Networks, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the annual dinner.
Dr. Teicher came to Yeshiva
University in 1956 and served ini-
tially as director of the univer-
sity's department of social work.
In August 1959, he was appointed
dean of the school of social work.
Under his leadership, the School
received its accreditation from the
Council on Social Work Education
in 1959 and this accreditation was
confirmed with a commendation
in 1962.
In 1962, he was granted a leave
of absence to serve as consultant
to the Oppenheimer College of So-
cial Service in Lusaka, Northern
Rhodesia (now Zambia), the first
higher educational institution in
that country.
During World War II he served
with the Army in the China-Burma-
India theater as a military psychi-
atric social worker and clinical
Psychologist. Before going to Tor-
onto in 1948, he was chief social
worker in the New England area
for the U.S. Veterans Administra-
tion.





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