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November 29, 1968 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, November 29, 1968

Former Detroiter
Writes History
of Brazil's Press

Isaac Reisman, former Detroiter,
has written a "Quarter Century of
the Jewish Press in Brazil, 1915-
1940," which has just been publish-
ed in Israel by Moxium l'Aman-
anut Hadfush, P. 0. Box 1016,
Sated.
His work is a study of the com-
munal and cultural development of
the Jews in Brazil.
Facsimiles of newspapers and
journals appearing in Brazil are in-
cluded in the book.

`Light Up the Sky' Cast
to Be Picked at Auditions

Auditions for Center Theater's
February production of "Light Up
the Sky" will be 2-5 p.m. Dec. 8;
and 8-11 p.m. Dec. 9 and 10 at the
Jewish Center.
Hal Youngblood will direct this
Moss Hart comedy. Persons inter-
ested in working backstage also
are asked to attend the auditions.
For information, call the Center,
DI 1-4200, Ext. 240.

Oirtlz
✓ Tinouncernents

Nov. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Keystone (Margie Schwartzberg),
14681 Talbot, Oak Park, a son,
Alan Todd.
* * *
Nov. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Allan
R. Gurvitz (Linda Lite), 10620 St.
Martins, a son, Eric Adam.
* *

Nov. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael F. Simon (Naida Bader),
20965 Glenmorra, Southfield, a son,
Joshua Steven.

* * *

Oct. 31—To Mr. and Mrs. James
P. Malamud (Tama Finn), 29810
Rutherland, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Beth Hollie.
* s *
Oct. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Provizer (Joan Tatken), 20690
Winchester, Southfield, a son, Jef-
frey Louis.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Michaels
(Judy Levinson), 18857 Goldwin,
Southfield, a son, Kenneth Alan.

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People Make News

Clarence Quinn Berger, who has
served Brandeis University since
.;its founding in
,1948 in posts rang-
ing from assistant
to the president
to dean of univer-
sity planning and
evelopment, has
een named by
the Brandeis trus-
tees as executive
vice president of
the university.
jS:The appointment,
i:which was an-
nounced by Brin-
eis President
orris B. Abram,
Berger
marked the first
time in the 20-year history of
Brandeis that, it has had a vice
president.
* s *
JAMES A. LINEN, president of
Time Inc. has been selected to
receive the 1968 William Caxton
Human Relations Award of the
Graphic Arts Industry, it was an-
nounced by Gaylord Donnelley,
chairman of the board, R.R. Don-
nelley and Sons Co., and dinner
chairman of the graphic arts di-
vision of the American Jewish
Committee's Appeal for human re-
lations. Jeremy Barnes of Barnes
Press Inc., is general chairman of
the division.
* * *
Rachel Zipris, Argentine soprano
known throughout South America
as an outstand-
ing interpreter of
Jewish music,
will be in the
United States
from Jan. 20 to
March 1, for a
nationwide c o n-
cert tour being
arranged by the
lecture bureau of
the National Jew-
ish Welfare
Board. Rachel Zipris

* * *

HARRY GLASSGOLD, an owner
of Art Display Service, Inc. has
been invited to Israel as the "best
authority in the United States"
on serigraph photography. The Ar-
tists and Sculptors Association of
Israel and the cultural and edu-
cational department of Histadrut,
asked Glassgold to spend two
months at Ein Hod, an artists'
colony near Haifa, where he will
lecture and demonstrate his seri-
graph techniques.
* * *
IRVING J. RUBIN, director of
TALUS (Detroit Regional Trans-
portation and Land Use Study), ad-
dressed members of the Southern
Wayne County Chamber of Com-
merce in their quarterly meeting
at the Sheraton Inn in Woodhaven.
*- * *
The World Union for Progressive
Judaism, the international body of
of Reform Jewry, has named
CHARLES FRIEDMAN, a promi-
nent Pound Ridge, N.Y., stock-
broker, as its new treasurer, it was
announced by Dr. Jacob K. Shank-
man, president of the World
Union.
* * *
Appointment of Dr. BENZION
NETANYAHU to the newly-created
Rabbi Charles E. Hillel Kauvar
Chair for Hebraic Studies at the
University of Denver, has been an-
nounced by Chancellor Maurice B.
Mitchell.
* • *
The Hotel Pontchartrain an-
nounced the appointment of DON-
; ALD R. EGAN as executive as-
; sistant to the general manager,
Robert J. Cahill. Egan will assist
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