16—Friday, June 14, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Peop146 Make, News
The American Savings and
Loan Association . announces the l
election of Dr. William L. Deutsch
to its board of directors. Dr.
Deutsch, a physi-
cian with offices
in Royal Oak, is
on the staff of
St. Joseph's Mer-
cy Hospital, Pon-
tiac, and a mem-
ber of Franklin
C 1 u b, Standard-
City Club a n d
Brandeis Univer- Dr. Deutsch
sity Club. During World War II, he
served as a captain in the U.S.
Air Force Medical Corps. Dr.
Deutsch and his wife, Vivian have
SIDNEY M. DAVIS, an expert
in international and corporate law,
has been elected national vice
chairman and chairman of the
board :of trustees of the American
Histadrut Cultural Exchange In-
stitute. Justice William 0. Douglas
of the U.S. Supreme Court is
national chairman of the institute.
Philip M. Gordis was elected
treasurer, and Israel Stolarsky,
associate director of the National
Committee for Labor Israel, was
elected associate treasurer. Davis
was chief counsel of the U.S.
Senate Anti-Monoply Committee,
and chief counsel of the U.S.
Senate Interstate and Foreign
Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen of
Romania has invited DR. MAX
NUSSBAUM, in his capacity as
chairman of the American section
of the World Jewish Congress, to
visit Romania as the guest of the
Jewish community of Romania. Dr.
Nussbaum will arrive in Bucharest
June 25 for a week's stay. He will
participate' in the program ar-
ranged by the Jewish community
of Bucharest over the weekend of
June 28-30 to celebrate the 20th
anniversary of Rabbi Rosen's chief
rabbinate. On Friday evening he
will address the Jewish community
from Rabbi Rosen's pulpit in the
main synagogue. of Bucharest. Dr.
Nussbaum will bring a personal
message from Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann, and he will officially repre-
sent the World Jewish Congress
at the festivities.
* * *
REBECCA FROHMAN has been
selected as the "Michigan Piano
Teacher of the Year" by the Michi-
gan Music Teacer's Association
and received special recognition
during the sixth anual Michigan
Week Youth Arts Festival at St.
Joseph High School, St. Joseph,
Mich. Mrs. Frohman was one of
seven outstanding music teachers
from various Michigan groups
presented with awards. A graduate
of the Detroit Conservatory of
Music and a student at Bendetson
Netzorg for many years, she was
one of the original assistant teach-
ers of the Netzorg School of Piano
and served on the list of affiliated
piano teachers for Wayne State
University for over 15 years. Mrs.
Frohman has played extensively
in solo and two-piano recitals, and
with chamber groups and has
served as adjudicator for several
seasons. In addition she has been
active-in Detroit Tuesday Musicale
and Detroit Music Study Club.
Southfield life insurance man
GEORGE STEINBERGER, agent of
Franklin Life, 15670 West 10 Mile,
will address the 41st annual meet-
ing of the Million Dollar Round
Table June 23-28, in San Francisco.
Steinberger the 1961 National As-
sociation of Life Underwriters
Author of the Year, for the best
article in the Life Association
News, will speak on the subject of,
"Life Insurance," as part of a ses-
sion titled, "What Is Being Sold in
the H. R. 10 Market." The Million
Dollar Round Table is an interna-
tional association of top life insur-
ance agents who have written at
least $1,000,000 in new policies
during the previous year in ac-
cordance with strict performance
* * *
Former Oak Park resident JEF-
FREY H. TIGAY was ordained as
rabbi, Sunday at the 74th annual
commencement of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Tigay of Elaine Ct., Rabbi Tigay
is a graduate of Columbia College
and has pursued graduate studies
at Yale University on a fellowship
of the special studies program of
the seminary's Herbert H. Leh-
man Instiute of Talmudic Ethics.
During his seminary career , he
reecived as well the Hackenberg
IOW Midrash Prize and the Zubow
Codes Prize for excelence in schol-
arship. Tigay also taught Bible and
Judaica at the seminary's Melton
Research Center. He is married
to the former Helene Zubkoff of
* * *
As Joe E. Ross found out, you
NATE S. SHAPERO, chairman
just spread out dough, spread of the board of the Cunningham
on sauce, sprinkle on cheese, Drug Stores, Inc., accepted a
plaque from the Wayne State Uni-
pop in oven for 20 minutes
and ...00 ...00 ...you've made versity College of Pharmacy Alum-
Association citing him "for sig-
a pizza that's just as good as ni
nificant contributions to pharma-
you've ever eaten. Real cy." More than 300 attended the
special dinner honoring Shapero,
who spearheaded a national drive
to help finance the construction of
Wayne State University's ultramod-
ern $1,300,000 college of pharma-
cy complex. It was named in his
honor — Shapero Hall. The Cun-
ningham Drug Co. Foundation, of
which Shaerop is chairman, has
been active for many years in phar-
macy education. It grants several
scholarships each year to pharma-
EASY WAY OUT
There are still too many men
who ,figure the greatest labor say;
•ing device is tomorrow.
The Detroit Department of Parks
One thousand new • rose bushes
were planted in Detroit last year and Recreation uses 700 Christmas
by the forestry and landscaping trees, 1,200 birch logs and 16,000
MONTREAL (JTA) — Premier division of the Detroit Depart-, lights for Christmas decorations in
Daniel Johnson of Quebec was ment of Parks and Recreation.
Detroit each year.
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:ers to compel the Jews of the prov-
ince to declare themselves in favor
Johnson, in an article in the
first edition of a new monthly mag-
azine, Nouveau Monde, aimed at
French-speaking Jewish readers,
was asked to comment on reports
that Quebec Jews were being
warned that unless they came out
for separatism, their property
would be nationalized when the
separatists same to power.
The premier expressed the hope
that no one would be tempted to
surrender to such "odius and in-
fantile blackmail." He said there
"is too much wisdom and good
sense in the Quebec population for
them ever to place their confidence
Open Sunday 10:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
in radical or extremist move-
Mon. thru Sat., 9:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
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Pop rates tops with us too. And to prove it we have his
Quebec Separatists Hit
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from a fine array of the new rage—the Nehru Jacket, m
rectors of Akiva Hebrew Day
popular turtlenecks, handsome Sport Jackets, colorful rl
School will honor the "scholarship
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donors" of the past year at a
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Our meticulous attention to fine tailoring and
cocktail party in the Kirts Com-
munity House, Somerset Park,
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service, offers that little bit more that makes a
A special scholarship scroll will
world of difference!
be presented to Mr. and Mrs. Isa-
dore Muskovitz, who celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary
this year and whose friends and
relatives have -honored them
through gifts to Akiva.
For reservations, call the school
The following are assisting the 4
chairman, Max Stollman, with
plans for the evening: Philip
Just W. of Coolidge
Stollman, Dave Muskovitz, Leslie X .
Krakovits, Irving Hershman and
Mesdames Jacob Goldinan, David X
Thurs., Fri., to 9 p.m.
Dombey, Joseph Feldstein, Max
Sat. to 7 p.m.; Sun. 1 1 to 3
Stollman, - Charles Levi., Edward
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