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July 05, 1968 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-05

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22—Friday, July 5, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Scholarship Service of NCJW
Honored for 65 Years Activities

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Samuel S. Greenberg (center), chairman of the committee on
Jewish scholarship service, presents a plaque to Mrs. Sol C. Gross-
man (on his left), chairman of the Detroit Section National Council
of Jewish Women scholarship committee, and Mrs. Victor Shiffman,
president of Detroit Section National Council of Jewish Women, in
recognition of the Council's 65 years of scholarship assistance. Others
in the picture are from left: Mrs. Stanley Fleischaker, special advisor
to the Council scholarship committee; Mrs. B. Benedict Glazer, co-
chairman of scholarship committee; Mrs. Joseph Garlock, treasurer
on the committee; Mrs. Howard B. Appelbaum, secretary of the com-
mittee, and Kalman Tillem, coordinator of scholarship service.

MISS JUDITH WAX
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben D. Wax
of E. Long Lake Rd., Bloomfield
Hills, announce the engagement
of their daughter Judith Jo to
James Stephen Goldwasser, of
Monte Vista Ave., son of Mrs.
Lawrence Goldwasser of St. Louis,
Mo., and the late Mr. Goldwasser.
Miss Wax received a BA in
four sons. The family is residing
English from the University of
in Oak Park.
Tarmon, who has been the Michigan. She is a member of
director of the Hebrew Center Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi
and Israel culture department and Phi Sigma Iota honor societies.
since its inception three years Her fiance received a BA in Eng-
ago, Is returning to Israel this lish from Washington University
month, where he will resume in St. Louis, and Master of Fine
his duties as principal of the Arts degree from the University of.
Iowa Writers Workshop.
school at Beer Tuvia.
His contribution to the Center
and the Jewish community is
noted in a "Resolution of Appreci-
ation" presented to him at the
For Bar Mitzva's, Sweet 16's,
Center's annual meeting by George
Teen Parties
D. Keil, president, on behalf of
the board of directors and the
staff.

Center Welcomes Israel Shaliakh

Mordekhai Tel-Tsur joined the
Jewish Center staff as the new
director of the Hebrew and Israel
culture department, replacing
Asher Tarmon, who is returning
to Israel.
Tel-Tsur was born in Southern
Germany. In 1934 he emigrated to
Palestine with one of the first
Youth Aliya groups, which was
organized by Henrietta Szoid. He
worked with kibutz groups and re-
ceived Hagana training courses,
becoming a military instructor. In
1942 after having Kibutz Hazorea,
he volunteered for a special Ger-
man commando unit of Palmakh.
In 1945 he was sent by the Aliyah
Beth Center as a radio communi-
cations operator to Beirut, Leba-
non. From 1946 to 1948 he did diary
farming for the kibutz, and es-
tablished and edited their weekly
newspaper.
In 1948 he was appointed by the
Jewish Agency as an emissary to
the DP camps in southern Ger-
many. He returned to Kibutz Haz-
orea in 1950 and was the manager
of the dairy branch.
Tel-Tsur became the regional
correspondent for Al Hamishmar,
the daily newspaper, in 1955. After
leaving this job he became a
teacher and principal of Hazorea
Ulpan. He was also at this time
a special correspondent in Central
Europe for Al Hamishmar.
He came to New York in 1960 as
the Jewish emissary to the Student
Zionist Organization of the United
States and Canada, conducted the
College Summer Ulpan sponsored
by the Jewish Agency and estab-
lished the "Summer in Kibutz"
program. Upon his return to Israel
in 1962 he resumed responsibilities
for Hazorea Ulpan, coordinating
"Summer in Kibutz" in Israel at
the same time.
Tel-Tsur is fluent in Hebrew,
English, German, French and Yid-
dish, and has done many transla-
tions into Hebrew of German and
English texts, including opera
libretti and lyrics, Brecht's plays,
etc.
He is married and the father of

New Bonn Israeli
Envoy 'Keen to Go'

BONN (JTA)—West Germany's
Ambassador, Karl Herman Knoke
designated to Israel expressed sur•
prise today that he was selected
for the post but said he was "very
keen to go to Israel" as a result of
many meetings with Israeli col-
leagues. Knoke, who is presently
Bonn's ambassador to the Nether-
lands, added, in an interview with
German newspapers, that "one
should not forget what crimes the
Germans committed against the
Jewish people and this is a burden
which is upon us."

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