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August 23, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-23

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26—Friday, August 23, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lawrence G. Kaluznys
Honeymoon at Concord

People Make News

Dr. Morton I. Teicher, dean of
Yeshiva Univer-
sity's Wurzweiler
School of Social
Work, has been
appointed exec-
utive secretary of
the National Con-
ference of Jewish
Communial Serv-
ice, it was an-
nounced here by
Mrs. Martha K.
Selig, president.
Dr. Teicher, who
succeeds Preston
David, will direct
t h e administra-
tive activities of
t h e conference,
TEICHER
on a part-time-
basis. He continues as dean of
the Wurzweiler School of Social
Work, the first university-based
program for the education of pro-
fessional personnel in Jewish social
work.
* * *
Appointment of ITZHAK HAR-
KAVI as Israel's new ambassador
to Brazil was announced by the
foreign ministry. Also announced
was the appointment of Col. DOV
SION, son-in-law of Defense Minis-
ter Moshe Dayan, as military at-
tache to Western Europe with
headquarters in Paris, and Lt. Col.
NAIM MOURAD as military at-
tache in Central America. Har-
kavi served as ambassador to
Uruguay and later headed the
Jewish Agency's department of
education and culture in the Dia-
spora. Col Sion, husband of
authoress Yael Dayan, was former
liaison officer with United Na-
tions observers. Col. Mourad. an
Iraqi by birth, headed an army
mission in Togo and later directed
the department of French-speaking
countries in a defense ministry
branch.
*
*
A. ARNOLD AGREE was elected
president of the Detroit architec-
tural firm of Charles N. Agree,
Inc-. at a recent board meeting.
Charles N. Agree, former president
and founder in 1919 of the firm
which bears his name, was elected
chairman of the board. He will
continue in an active advisory
capacity. The other newly-elected
officers are Alfred S. Farber, exec-
utive vice president; James F.
Chamberlin, vice president ond
secretary; and Robert C. Lebeck,
vice president. The firm has spe-
cialized in the planning and design-
ing of regional shopping centers,
office buildings, nursing'homes and
retail stores.

W. German Official in

Business
Brevities

Beirut for Refugee Talks

MERRY MELODY NURSERY,
24950 Lahser, will have open house
and registration 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Sunday for anyone interested in
enrolling youngsters for the fall
session. The nursery program in-
cludes dancing, reading readiness
and rhythm band. Children are
taken to such places as Cranbrook.
There are half and whole day
sessions for children age 21/2 to 6
at two, three, or five days per
week. For an appointment, call
Sarah Holtzman, director, 353-7320.

A leading.scholar in modern He-
brew literature has been named
the first incumbent of the Rose B.
and Joseph H. Cohen Chair in
Judaic Studies at Brandeis Uni-
versity. DR. NAFTALI CHAIM
BRANDWEIN, author of Hebrew
poems, short stories and criticism,
will occupy the chair established
by I. M. and Wilfred P. Cohen,
leaders of a New York men's gar-
ment manufacturing firm. The
chair was 'named in memory of
their late parents.

BONN (JTA)—The head of the
Middle East department of . the
West German Foreign Office flew
to Beirut and Amman to negotiate
German help for Palestinian refu-
gees, it was reported here.
It was also learned that East
Germany is enlarging its diploma-
tic representation in Egypt. Cairo
has just given permission for the
opening of an East German con-
sulate general in Alexandria.
East Germany has a consulate gen-
eral in Cairo, a commercial mis-
sion there and an unofficial em-
bassy headed by Ambassador
Ernst Sholz.

*

* * *

Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations an-
nounced the appointment of Rabbi
SHELDON GORDON of the Com-
MRS. LAWRENCE KALUZNY
munity Reform Temple in West-
bury, N.Y., as campus director at
In a recent ceremony at the
Raleigh House, Barbara Ellen Sill,
the University of Arizona.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv H. Sill of Susssex Ave., Oak Park,
was married to Lawrence G. Ka-
Sees Investment Boom
luzny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
TEL AVIV — "The outlook for Kaluzny of Gardner Ave., Oak
investment opportunities in Israel Park. Rabbi Rosenbaum officated.
is promising," according to an in-
Joan Fox was her sister's ma-
ternal revenue report prepared by tron of honor. Marlene Rothenberg,
the U. S. Embassy in Tel Aviv.
sister of the bridegroom, Irene
The report says: "A particular Moses, Renee Weingarden and
opportunity exists for firms that Pamela Sill were bridesmaids.
would find it feasible to use Israel Janice Kaluzny, the bridegroom's
as a base for exporting to other sister, was junior bridesmaid.
markets products assembled in
Teri Rothenberg was flower
Israel from American processes.
girl and Jeffry Rothenberg was
Another opportunity exists for ring bearer.
firms willing to produce themselves
Best man was George Matish.
in Israel, or license for production
there sub-assemblies of complex George Fox, Gerald Rothenberg,
Paul Joelson and Barry Sarver
equipment."
Reviewing past accomplish- were ushers.
The newlyweds honeymooned at
ments, the U. S. document com-
ments: "Israel has compiled an the Concord Hotel and are now
impressive record of economic per- residing in Troy.
formance in its two decades since
independence. By adding Western Israeli Hospital Tests
technology and 'know-how' to abun-
dant supplies of capital and labor, New Diagnostic Plan
Israel has successfully conquered
TEL AVIV — A ferromagnetic
a relatively hostile economic en- contrast material used to diagnose
vironment, to provide its people irregularities in the stomach and
with a continually improving stan- intestine has been used with some
dard of living.
success in tests on 20 patients in
"The prospects for expanded Assaf Harofe Government Hospital
U. S. exports to Israel are quite at Zrifin near here.
good. They should increase as the
Suggested by Prof. Ephram H.
economy picks up steam."
Frei of the Weizmann Institute, the
method was put into practice by a
Spur Aliya From West,
team of physicians at the hospital.
In two cases, tumors of the stom-
Golda Urges U.S. Visitors
ach were shown clearly while on a
TEL AVIV (JTA)—Mrs. Golda previous barium examination there
Meir told departing members of was only suspicion of their exist-
an American Histadrut study mis- ence. In another case, an ulcer
sion here that they must work for crater in the small intestine was
closer ties between Jews abroad detected, which had not before
been seen.
and Israel and especially for the
Dr. M. Pajewski, head of the
immigration to Israel of Jews team of physicians said that re-
from the Western countries.
- search will continue before any
Addressing a farewell banquet in definite conclusions can be made
honor of the Histadrut group, she as to the diagnostic applications of
declared that "it would be a tra- the method.
gedy for the Jewish nation if, in
this generation of redemption and Rochester Y Sets Plans
independence, the assimilation of
Diaspora Jewry were to increase." for $3.5 Million Center
Mrs. Meir, who was once Is-
ROCHESTER, NY (JTA) —
rael's foreign minister, was award- Plans for a $3,500,000 Jewish com-
ed a special scroll by the Histadrut munity center building have been
campaign leaders in recognition of announced by the Jewish Young
her work for the State of Israel Men's and Women's Association of
and Histadrut. Aharon Becker, Rochester. Irving E. Germanow,
secretary general of Histadrut, JY president, said construction
told the gathering that the achieve- would begin early in 1969 if the
ments of Histadrut were not for town of Brighton approved the
Israelis alone but "for the Jewish zoning change needed for the proj-
nation as such throughout the ect.
world.''
* * *

DR. ISRAEL KATZ, an Israeli
settler from the United States, has
been appointed director of the
National Insurance Institute,
effective at the beginning of next
year, it was announced in Jeru-
salem. Dr. Katz was head of
the Paul Baerwald School of
Social Work at the Hebrew Univer-
sity and is presently on sabbatical
leave in London. He will succeed
the present director, Giora Lotan,
who is retiring. Maj. Gen. Josef
Geva, former military attache at
the Israel Embassy in Washington,
who was slated to take the post,
has been appointed director-gen-
eral of the new absorption ministry
headed by Deputy Prime Minister
660 Head for Israeli Soil
Yigal Allon.
*
in July; 100 Professionals
NEW YORK — Americans and
Cunningham Drug Stores elected
ALAN E. SCHWARTZ a director Canadians numbering 660 departed
and chairman of the board of the for Israel during July, according to
company. NATE S. SHAPERO, the an announcement by Rabbi Mor-
founder and past chairman, an- dechai Kirshblum, newly elected
c,113-1-""
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nounced his retirement from the associate head of the immigration
active management of the com- and absorption department of the
pany, but will continue his associa- Jewish Agency for Israel and
tion with Cunningham's as honor- chairman of the Israel Aliya 'Cen-
ary chairman of the board and ter, New York.
V-D
Rabbi Kirshblum reported that
director, and will remain chairman
of the board of trustees of the so far this year 1,796 Americans
Cunningham Drug Company Foun- have immigrated. The figure for
dation. Ray A. Shapero is president all of 1967 was 1,777. In the July
"George's wife away
and chief operating officer of group, more than 100 are profes-
. again?"
Cunningh a m's. . • sionals. •

Appointment of WESTERN UN-
DERWRITERS CORP., Southfield,
as a local agent of the American
Motorists Insurance Co. has been
announced by Norris C. Flanagin,
chairman of the companies in the
Kemper Insurance Group. Western
Underwriters Corp. is a general in-
surance agency handling all forms
of insurance for business, industry,
and individuals.

Jewish Agency to Aid -
Addicts with U.S. Grant

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PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
first Jewish Employment and Vo-
cational Service program for aid-
ing drug addicts will be financed
by one of three federal grants
totaling more than $600,000, ac-
cording to Donald S. Cohan, JEVS
president.
The agency, an affiliate of the
Federation of Jewish Agencies, re-
ported that it had signed a contract
with the National Institute of Men-
tal Health to receive $171,950 a
year for three years for a program
dealing with addicts.

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Mail to Canada Goes Through

Postmaster Edward L. Baker
announced that the embargo on
all classes of mail addressed to
Canada has now been lifted. On
Aug. 9, 1968, the embargo was
lifted for first-class mail, parcel
post and second-class newspapers.

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