30—Friday, November 8, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
People Make News
WALTER HESSELBACH, promi-
nent Frankfurt banker and presi-
dent of the German Friends of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, was bestowed with an
honorary fellowship title at a uni-
versity ceremony marking the first
time a German has received this
honor. The conferment took place
at a luncheon given by University
President Avraham Harman, at-
tended by West German Ambassa-
dor Karl Herman Knoke; Supreme
Court Judge Bairn Cohn; repre-
sentatives of the foreign ministry,
Jerusalem municipality and the
- university's faculty and adminis-
tration; and a party of Hessel-
bach's Israeli and German friends
who had come to Jerusalem for
the occasion. The group included
Hesselbach's wife, Mrs. Hedi
Hesselbach, and 13-year-old daugh-
ter. also named Hedi.
The executive committee of the
Hebrew University confirmed the
election as vice presidents of Prof.
ALEXANDER KEYNAN, chair-
man of the Institute of Life Sci-
ences and of the Authority for
Research and Development of the
Hebrew University, Prof. MOSHE
PRYWES, head of the department
of medical education at the He-
brew University-Hadassah Medical
School; and BERNARD CHER-
RICK, executive vice president
and head of the department of in-
formation and public affairs. The
executive committee also confirm-
ed the appointment of Prof.
ERNST DAVID BERGMANN as a
member of the permanent commit-
tee. He is to replace Prof. WIL-
LIAM LOW, whose tenure of office
RABBI MORDEHAI GIFTER,
dean of the Rabbinical College of
Telshe in Wickliffe, 0., and Chi-
cago, will address the 70th anni-
versary national biennial conven-
tion of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
to be held Nov. 27-Dec. 1.
The Scopus Award, the Ameri-
can Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity's highest honor, will be
conferred upon MAX M. LOW,
prominent industrialist and philan-
thropist, in recognition of his hu-
manitarian work in the United
States and Israel, Nov. 25, at the
Waldorf-Astoria, New York. Jos-
eph Will6n is chairman. Golda
Meir, former foreign minister of
Israel, will come to the United
States to join in the tribute to Low
as the dinner's guest speaker.
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MRS. DAVID DOMBEY, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Young
Israel of Oak-Woods, has been
named to the national board of the
Women's Branch, Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Congregations of
America, in recognition of her
efforts on behalf of the Great
Lakes Chapter and her sisterhood.
Mrs. Dombey has served Akiva
Hebrew Day School and other
ARCHIE KATCHER, president
of Temple Beth El, was elected
treasurer of the Great Lakes Re-
gion, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, comprising four
DR. HERBERT H. METZ, coor-
dinator of dental services at Sinai
Hospital, was elected president of
the American Academy of Maxillo-
Facial Prosthetics at the society's
annual meeting in Miami Beach.
Dr. EMANUEL R. PIORE, vice
president, chief scientist and a
member of the board of directors
of International Business Machines
Corp., will point out computer
science needs in Israeli industry
at the American Technion Society
national dinner, Dec. 5, at the
Israel Ambassador ITZHAK
RABIN will address the closing
session of the Labor Zionist Organ-
ization convention Monday, at the
Park Sheraton Hotel, New York.
Dr. PAUL WOLF, professor of
pathology at Wayne State Univer-
sity, has been appointed director
of the clinical laboratory at Stan-
ford University Medical Center.
Dr. Wolf was clinical pathologist
at Wayne State University for
eight years and at Detroit General
Hospital. His research interests are
enzyme histo-chemistry and im-
Miss Bernstein Betrothed Impressive Ceremony Maths the Start
to Elliot C. Wagenheim . of UHS Campus With Rohlik Bldg.
Sunday ceremonies marked the congregation for the use of the
ground breaking for the Sigmund facility for an elementary school,
and Sophie Rohlik Building as the it has been decided to develop the
start of a new complex of school first unit as the Rohlik High
buildings, on 12-Mile Rd. and Mur- School.
Conducted under the chairman-
ship of Maurice Bordelove, the
large gathering was addressed by
Jack Shenkman, presiddnt of the
United Hebrew Schools, whose
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
schools will be housed in the plan-
ned complex; Fryman Safran,
president of the Jewish Welfare
Federation; Dr. Benjamin L. Yap-
ko, associate superintendent of the
United Hebrew Schools; Judge
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Theodore Levin; and Southfield
Mayor James Clarkson.
DIAMONDS - PEARLS - JEWELRY
The key to the City of Southfield
was presented to Rohlik, who re-
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sponded to the addresses, by Mayor
The speakers expressed grati-
tude to the Rohliks for their gen-
erous gift which enables com-
mencement of building operations
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for the proposed school campus,
and they outlined the educational
needs and plans for the Greater
Detroit Jewish community.
Shenkman reported that original
plans were for a total of six build-
ings on the new Southfield campus,
but since the schools now are in a
position to work out a relationship
with Ahavas Achim-Beth Aaron
MISS WENDY BERNSTEIN
Dr. MATHEW BOROVOY, foot
Mr. and Mrs. Gerson B. Bern-
specialist, was elected vice presi- stein of Suffolk Dr. announce the
dent of the Michigan State Podii- engagement of their daughter
atry Association at its 53rd annual Wendy Ann to Elliot Charles Wa-
conference at Boyne Highlands Inn, genheim, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hoseph Wagenheim of Mount Ver-
non, N. Y.
Both Miss Bernstein and her
SIDNEY KAYE, executive vice
president of Advance Mortgage fiance are students at Michigan
Corp., has been named chairman State University.
A June 15 wedding is being
of the mortgage banking advisory
committee of the Federal National planned.
The annual golden anniversary
tea sponsored by the College of
Education Alumni Association at
Delmar V. Cote', state director
Wayne State University will be
held Thursday, at the Alumni for the Treasury's U. S. Savings
House on campus. SAM M. Bonds Division, reports that recent
SNIDERMAN, president of the legislation permits the redemption
association, will present special of U. S. savings notes—"Freedom
certificates of honor to 50 year Shares"—in the same manner as
Series E bonds.
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Formerly, it was necessary to
Dr. ALLEN Y. COHEN, a clini- forward Freedom Shares to a Fed-
cal psychologist at the University eral Reserve Bank or the Treas-
of California at Berkeley and for- urer of the United States for re-
mer student and colleague of Drs. demption.
Cote' pointed out that this new
Timothy Leary and Richard Al-
pert, will present a lecture entitled legislation makes Freedom Shares
"Drugs and Higher Consciousness: an even more cheerful companion
The Mystical Mystery Tour" at to Series E. Bonds. Freedom
7:30 p.m. Monday in Wayne State Shares, issued on and after June 1,
University's Community Arts Au- 1968, pay 5 per cent, compounded
ditorium. There is no charge for semi-annually, if held to maturity
admission. The appearance it spon- of 41/2 years.
sored by Dr. John M. Dorsey.
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Mrs. OLGA G. DWORKIN has
been named president of the Plans Installation and
Wayne State Fund. David A. Gold- Fund-Raising Dinner
man was re-elected a vice pres-
The Sephardic Community of
ident. JOSEPH RADOM w a s
elected to the trust finance board Greater Detroit will hold a fund-
installation - dinner 5:30
of the Wayne State Fund.
p.m. Sunday in the activities room
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of Pepper School, Oak Park.
Development of a new physical
Albert Chicorel will install the
method for metallurgical research
following newly elected officers
is being carried out under a 58,413
for a two-year term: president,
Israel pounds ($1,670) research Abraham Shamie; vice presidents,
contract awarded to the Technion
David Chicorel and Jack Gorme-
Research and Development Found-
zano; treasurer, Marcel Behar;
ation by the National Bureau of
Standards of the U.S. Department secretaries, Rose Quen and Mary
Papo; and chaplain, Jack Lalouf.
of Commerce. DR. MOSHE RON,
Mrs. Shirley Gormezano, chair-
lecturer in the department of
man, announces that admission is
physics of the Technion Israel In- open to friends and prospective
stitute of Technology, is conduct-
members. For information and
ing the year long study.
reservations, c a 11 co-chairman
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Sedell Chicorel, 547-7779, or Mari-
Chief LEABUA JONATHAN, lyn Shamie, 545-4369.
prime minister of Lesotho, Monday
Hostesses for the evening are
visited Mayor Elias Bandak of Mesdames Ieshula Ishakis, Regina
Bethlehem and Sheikh Mohammed Ishbia, Salvatore Katan, Jark La-
All Jaabari, the mayor of Hebron, louf, Sam Moss, Louis Papo,
in a tour of West Bank towns prior Senor a Polinsky, Rose Quen,
to his departure from Israel. Mon- Simon Rozencweig, Gilbert Senor,
day night, the African head of Mario Sevy, Robert Yahia, Marcel
government was guest of honor at Behar, Jacob Chicorel and Sylvia
a dinner given by Deputy Prime Sima.
Minister Yigal Allon. Prime Minis-
ter Levi Eshkol is convalescing Gun Control Act
from a virus infection.
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Anyone having an unregistered
Rabbi MEIR FELMAN, of
Judea Center Synagogue, Brook- machine gun, sawed-off shotgun,
lyn, has been elected president of short barreled rifle or other gang-
Rabbinic Alumni of Rabbi Isaac ster-type weapon, or a device such
Elchanan Theological Seminary, as a bomb, grenade or land mine,
an affiliate of Yeshiva University. may register it with the Internal
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Revenue Service without penalty
A distinguished talmudic scholar through Dec. 1.
The Gun Control Act of 1968
from Israel, Dr. ARNOST EHR-
MAN, has arrived in this country establishes a 30-day period for the
for a lecture tour. He will appear registration of certain weapons and
at a number of congregations of destructive devices. the registra-
the United Synagogue, sponsors of tion requirement does not affect
the El Am edition of the Talmud ordinary rifles, shotguns, pistols
which the Israeli scholar edits.
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