THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, January 3, 1969
Mrs. Jeffrey Serman
People Make News
The Baroness ALIX DE
ROTHSCHILD has accepted an in
vitation from Joseph Klarman
member of the Jewish Agency ex
ecutive and Youth Aliya head, to
serve as world patron of Youth
Aliya. The baroness succeeds the
late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. The
post has been vacant since Mrs.
Roosevelt died. Klarman said he
had discussed with Hadassah of-
ficials the question of filling the
office during his recent visit to
the United States. He said Hadas-
sah, a major sponsor of Youth
Aliya, had enthusiastically en-
dorsed the baroness for the post.
MISS LINDA WARREN
CARLOS ISRAELS, president of
William R. Henry, president of the United States Hias Service,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Warren of
National Bank of Southfield, an- presented a scroll of honor to For- Rockledge Dr., Farmington, an-
nounces that Joseph Feldman, eign Minister MAGALHAES PIN- nounce the engagement of their
TO of Brazil, expressing apprecia- daughter Linda to Jeffrey Serman,
Sq., Southfi e 1 d,
tion for Brazil's generous recep- son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ser-
has been elected
tion of Jewish refugees. Govern- man of Parkwood Ave., Huntington
a member of the
ment officials, United Nations re- Woods.
board of direc-
presentatives and Jewish commu-
Mr. Serman attended Michigan
nity leaders attended the cere- State University and was gradu-
who has been a
from Wayne State University,
mony. • • •
since 1921, is
CHARLES FEINBERG has been where he was affiliated with Sigma
elected to the board of directors of Alpha Mu Fraternity. He now at-
president of Cen-
the International Institute. His . tends Detroit College of Law.
ter Electric Sup-
A June wedding is planned.
term will expire in 1972.
ply Co., a corn-
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pany he started 25 years ago. He
JULIUS R. BROWN, 18645 Lau-
is president of the Designers der, has been appointed compliance
Lighting Forum of Illuminating director for Project Equality of
Engineering Society, and a mem- Michigan, the interfaith program
ber of the executive committee of to achieve equal opportunity in all
aspects of employment through the
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economic power of religious insti-
This Week's Radio and
KAREN GERSHON, a 45-year- tutions.
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old poetess who came to Britain
Bnai Brith announced the elec-
in 1938 as a Youth Aliya ward,
was presented with the Chaim tion of DR. SOL NEIDICH of
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Greenberg Literary Award for Beaufort, S.C., to a one-year term
Station: Channel 2
1968. The award was created by as president of the Bnai Brith
Feature: "Family Dance Week-
the Pioneer Women of America Center at t h e Mayo Clinic. end," focuses on the fall 1967
in honor of the late American Yid- The center, sarved by a rabbi- event sponsored by the Jewish
dish and Labor Zionist leader. It chaplain, conducts religious serv- Center which featured Hadassah
is awarded annually to a woman ices and provides cultural pro- Badoch at Camp Tamarack. Dance
writer in Hebrew, Yiddish or Eng- grams for Jewish patients at the coordinator Harriet Berg and edu-
lish, and the award to Miss Ger- clinic.
cational services director Chuck
shon was the first presentation to
Wolf produced the program, film-
a writer living in Britain. In her
HARVEY L. WEISBERG, execu- ed by Sidney and Naomi Siegel-
response, the awardee said she tive vice president of Chatham
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planned to settle in Israel soon Super Markets, operator of 24 De-
with her husband and children.
troit area food stores, has been
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
elected president of Associated
A New York writer, two Israelis Food Dealers of Greater Detroit,
Feature: "Price of the Ghetto,"
and a Mexican Jew were recipients the retail food store association works of I. L. Peretz, will con-
of the 1968 Zvi Kessel prizes consisting of over 1,900 members. tinue with the story of "Bontsche
awarded annually by the cultural SID HILLER, co-owner of Shop- Shweig," told by Addie Becker-
commission of the Jewish Central ping Center Super Markets, South- man, a member of Center Thea-
Committee of Mexico. Each of the field, was elected third vice presi- ter.
awards, to be presented at cere- dent; Richard Przybylski, operator
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monies scheduled for Jan. 15 is of Jerry's Food Markets, Wyan-
HEAR OUR VOICE
valued at $500. The winners were dotte, treasurer; and Edward
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
SAUL GUTMAN of New York, an Deeb, executive director.
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essayist, for his book "Tradition
Feature: "The Singing Hasidim"
and Renewal"; YITZHAK NIM-
SIDNEY DWORKIN, Detroit ac- focuses on the Rabbis of Modzitz
TOVITS, a journalist, of Israel; countant, president of Revco, and as sung by Ben Zion Shenker, ac-
the Israeli poet, NAFATALI GEORGE BARRIE, president and companied by chorus and orches-
HERZ, and the Mexican musicolo- chief executive officer of Rayette-
tra. Cantor Harold Orbach of
gist MOSHE YIVKER. All write Faberge, will be guests of honor to
Temple Israel is host.
receive "Torch of Liberty Awards"
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at the annual dinner-dance of the
DAVID L. FRIEDMAN of the drug, toiletry and cosmetic indus-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Detroit-Moore Agency of Aetna tries division of the Anti-Defama-
Life again has received the Na- tion League Appeal at the Plaza,
Feature: "The Cow That Cough-
New York., Jan. 16.
tional Quality Award for 1968.
ed" is eighth in a series on the
theme, "Man in Protest." Morton
Wishengrad wrote this story of
Nathan Straus and his one-man
crusade to require inspection of
dairy cattle for tuberculosis and
the pasteurization of all milk.
Former Detroiters Dr. and Mrs.
DANIEL R. SNYDER are moving
to New Haven, Conn. where Dr.
Snyder will be accepting appoint-
ments at Yale University as lec-
turer in the department of psychol-
ogy and research associate in the
department of psychiatry. He will
join the research staff of neuro-
physiologist Dr. Jose M. It. Del-
gado. The Snyders have lived in
Ann Arbor for six years while he
has been working toward a PhD in
physiological psychology from the
University of Michigan. Mrs. Sny-
der is the former Susan Jacobs.
They have two sons.
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Winter Storms Force Halt
to Citrus Loading at Haifa
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Winter
storms sweeping over Israel forced
the suspension of citrus loading
at Haifa port. Loading at the port
of Ashdod to the south continued
but with long interruptions. Pick-
ers were unable to work in the
citrus groves because of the weath-
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during the last few days.
Sand storms whirled across the
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