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May 24, 1968 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-24

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34—Friday, May 24, 1968

Elazar Honored for 20 Years' 1 No Fund Raising
at Tuesday Dinner
Services With Hebrew Schools at Yeshiva U.

Twenty years of dedicated serv-
ices as superintendent of the
United Hebrew Schools were given
high recognition by spokesmen for
leading Detroit agencies as well as
the schools.
At the annual dinner of the
schools, held Wednesday at Adas
Shalom, plaques were presented to
Elazar and the retiring president
of the schools, George Zeltzer, pre-
sented Mr. and Mrs. Elazar with a
gift from the board for a trip to
Israel. The Elazars will be on a
six-month study mission in Israel
as their sabbatical.
Among those who spoke in honor
of the Elazars were heads of the
principals' and teachers' organiza-
tions, spokesmen for the schools
and the Jewish Welfare Federation
and the schools' women's auxiliary.
They were: Zeltzer, the incoming

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Announcements

May 21 — To Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
don R. Stone (Donna Miller), 21050
Winchester, Southfield, a son,
Jason Ira.
• • •
May 17—To Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Becker (Diane Granat of De-
troit) of Skokie, a daughter, Jodi
Ellen.
* * •
May 7 — To Mr. and Mrs. Craig
Zaremberg (Audrey Kaplan), De-
troiters now living in Lima, 0., a
son, Jay Michael.
* * *
May 6 — To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Rosenzweig (J u d y Klurstein),
14631 LaBelle, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Dana Michelle.
* * *
May 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Gurecki (Arlene Levin), 13242 N.
Norfolk, a son, Stacey' Michelle.
* * *
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Fischer (Marilyn A. Rothschild),
18223 Westover, Southfield, a son,
Adam Ralph.
* * *
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs. Max
Philip Kreitman (Rene Stebbins of
London), 19175 Addison, South-
field, a daughter, Alisa Carole.
* * *
May 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Mondrow (Rhoda Marcus), former
Detroiters of Denver, a son, Nolan
Douglas.

president Jack S'henkman, William
Avrunin, Mandell Berman, Hyman
Safran, Abe Kasle, Morris Brand-
wine, chairman of the annual meet-
ing committee who presided at the
first portion of the meeting; Dr. J.
Yabko, Julian Tobias, chairman of
the nominating committee who pre-
sented the slate of new officers, all
those listed in last week's Jewish
News having been elected; Alex-
ander Robert, Rabbi Charles Ro-
senzveig, Mrs. George Gantz and
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal.
In his response to the many
encomia, Elazar said that 20
years of accomplishments would
have been impossible without
community-wide cooperation. He
spoke with pride of the many
opportunities provided in Detroit
as a major cultural center in
America.
In his annual educational report,
Dr. Yabko reported that the
school s' collegiate department,
Midrasha, is receiving accredita-
tion and that a Bachelor of Judaic
Studies will soon be offered to stu-
dents in that department. He an-
nounced that courses to be given
at the University of Detroit in
Jewish subjects with the coopera-
tion of the United Hebrew Schools
provide 64 hours' credit towards
a degree.
Rabbis who participated in the
program included Moses Lehrman,
Benjamin Gorrelick and James
Gordon.

* * *

May 2—To Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
H. Lutz (Ina Suhd), 18544 Hilton,
Southfield, a daughter, Ellen Beth.
* * *
April 30 — To Dr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Krugel (Sally Sorscher of
Flint), 3168 N. Greenfield, Royal
Oak, a son, Joel Michael.
* * *
April 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Fink (Diane Yaffe), 19410 Archer,
a daughter, Lisa Beth.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kanfer
(Michele Wolin), 15988 Harden
Cir., Southfield, a son, Jason Eric.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION

There will be no fund raising at
the Detroit Friends of Yeshiva Uni-
versity 13th annual dinner, next
T u e s d a y evening at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, the dinner chair-
man, David P. Zack, announced.
Morris Karbal will be the guest of
honor at• the dinner, where he will
be presented with the Yeshiva Uni-
versity Distinguished S e r v ice
Award.
A large attendance is indicated
on the basis of reports from the
dinner committee. A contribution in
support of the Yeshiva University
scholarship fund enables a couple
to attend the dinner.
Reservation can be made through
members of the committee, or by
phoning or visiting the committee
offices at 506 Michigan Building,
963-0910.
Jack M. Levine is dinner co-
ordinator.
The offce will be open through
the day of the dinner.
In a letter to leaders of the De-
troit community, Zack and his co-
chairman, David Pollack, stated:
"Yeshiva University, nondenomina-
tional and co-educational, is Ameri-
ca's oldest and largest center of
higher learning under Jewish aus-
pices. It has an inviolate tradition
of never turning away a worthy
scholar for lack of funds. It is the
parent institution of the famed Al-
bert Einstein College of Medicine
and Hospital. Many Yeshiva gradu-
ates are serving our community."
CBS Washington Correspondent
Martin Agronsky will be the guest
speaker at the dinner.
Abraham Borman is defraying
all the expenses incident to the
dinner, so that the entire proceeds
will go towards the scholarship
fund.

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