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January 24, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-24

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26—Friday, January 24, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

People Make News

Challenge of Social Upheavals to Jewsto Be Probed Here

Prof. Gerson Cohen, professor of
Jewish history, institutions and
literature at Columbia University,
will speak at Cong. Beth Shalom,
8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
His lecture, "The Moral and
Political Dilem-
ma of the Jew,"
subtitled "The
challenge of so-
cial upheavals to
Jewish commit-
ments and inter-
ests," will launch
a six-part series
on t h e subject
"Moral Issues of
Our Time." These
Prof. Cohen
lectures will con-
tinue every Tuesday through
March 4. The public is invited to
take part. Registration will be held
7:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Prof. Cohen, director of the

JOSEF ALMOGI, minister of la- senting the independent marketing
bor of the State of Israel, and Gen. and distribution function of the in-
SHLOMO GOREN, chief chaplain
surance industry,
elected Robert A.
of the Israel Armed Forces and
Steinberg, execu-
Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, arrived in
tive vice presi-
the U.S. to tour major communities
dent of Blumberg
to inaugurate the 1969 State of Is-
Brothers Co., as
rael Bond drive.
vice president.
Steinberg,
active
RONALD G. SHAW, 22091 Chats-
in
civic and phi-
ford Circuit, Southfield, has been
lanthropic affairs,
named to the newly created posi-
is a member of
tion of national sales manager by
the Detroit gov-
the Waterman-Bic Pen Corp. He
erning board of
Steinberg
had been Bic's north central re-
the
University
Club.
He resides at
gion manager, with headquarters
in Detroit, since the region was 24080 Morton, Oak Park, and holds
created in 1965. He will be suc- a BA degree from the University
ceeded by STANLEY R. BEAN, 37, of Michigan.
a Bic zone manager in the north
east.
$
*
DR. MAX NUSSBAUM, honorary
chairman of the American section
of the World Jewish Congress, was
The expressions of Negrc youth lished, writing in the English Ian
guest of honor at a testimonial have been captured in photographs guage. Details may be obtained by
dinner-dance in Los Angeles spon- now on display at the Detroit writing Doubleday-Epworth Prize
sored by the State of Israel Bond Board of Education, across from Contest, Doubleday & Co., Inc., 277
Organization. He was presented the Detroit Art Museum. The ex- Park, New York 10017.
with the Eleanor Roosevelt Hu- hibit, "Innercity Classroom," was
* c *
manities Award in recognition of photographed by GARY R. MILL-
At a time when journalists, his-
long and devoted service to Juda-1 ER of Oak Park, a teacher at torians, broadcasters, and the pub-
ism and Israel. The presentation ! Columbian School, Detroit. Many lic at large are trying to measure
was made by Edward G. Robin of his students come during their the achievements and shortcom-
son.
free time to his science room to ings of the Johnson years, no ef-
▪ *
watch the live animals on display fort will match for first-hand knowl-
Bnai Brith named three men and to participate in additional edgeability and historical perspec-
prominent in its affairs to three- experiments. Miller captured the tive Eric F. Goldman's long-awaited
year terms on its national commis- expressions on the children's faces. book, "THE TRAGEDY OF LYN-
sion on adult Jewish education. The exhibit will last until mid- DON JOHNSON" to be publish-
The appointments by Dr. William February. There is no charge. ed by Knopf Feb. 10. Because of
A. Wexler, president of Bnai Brith, Miller is a recent graduate of his post in the Johnson administra-
are: Dr. LOUIS L. KAPLAN of Wayne State University.
tion from December 1963 to Sep-
* *
Baltimore and BARNETT ADEL-
tember 1966 as special consultant
MAN of Atherton, Calif., both re-
The remarkable voice, boyish to the President, Goldman partici-
appointed, and D. AARON TOPEK charm and easy-to-take showman- pated in and closely observed the
ship of JOHN GARY will come to making of history.
of Houston.

*
the Masonic Auditorium, 8:20 p.m.
Feb.
21. One of the fastest
Rabbi Zev Segal, president of
the Orthodox Rabbinical Council rising stars to come along in many
of America, announced the ap- years, John Gary is a brilliant,
pointment of Rabbi MAX N. multi-faceted talent with a remark-
SCHREIER, of the Avenue N able three octave range and a fas-
Jewish Center, Brooklyn, as chair- cinating diversity of personal and
man of the national conference to professional interests. The hand-
be held Feb. 3-5 at Brunswick some young singer has risen from
relative obscurity in 1963 to full
Hotel, Lakewood, N.J.
fledged stardom. Today he is a
* * *
Larry L. Guttenberg, president best-selling record artist, a top
of the new Republic Mortgage night club -and concert attraction,
Corp., which has a servicing port- and one of television's most popu-
lar performers.
folio in excess of
* * *
$10,000,000, an-
Five principal artists with the
nounced that the
ROYAL WINNIPEG BALLET from
corporation h a s
the United States, Canada and
completed a move
Haiti, will appear with the com-
into quart ers'
pany when it comes to the Masonic
at 1527 First Na-
Auditorium, 8:20 p.m. Feb. 14.
tional Building.
Tickets
to the performance of The
Automated equip-
Royal Winnipeg Ballet are avail-
ment for f a st
able at the Masonic Auditorium
handling of its
boxoffice, Grinnell's downtown and
mortgage - servic-
MRS. EDWARD KEYWELL
J. L. Hudson ticket centers.
ing business has Guttenberg
* * *
been installed in the new location,
Claudia Rader became the bride
and the 11/2-year-old firm now has
Brilliant Russian pianist GRI- of Edward Neil Keywell in a recent
16 employes. Guttenberg is a GORY SOKOLOV comes to the Ma- ceremony at Bnai David Syna-
member of the Detroit Real Estate sonic Auditorium, 8:20 p.m., Satur- gogue. Rabbi Aaron Brander and
Board, Mortgage Bankers Asso- day.
Cantor Hyman J. Adler officated.
* * *
ciation of Michigan and the Build-
Parents of the couple are Dr.
ers Association of Metropolitan
LEVITT AND SONS, Inc. has en-, and Mrs. Philip Rader of Plum-
Detroit. The Guttenbergs live at tered the Detroit housing market I brooke Dr., Southfield and Mr. and
18617 Walmer Lane, Beverly Hills. with the purchase of 100 acres at I Mrs. Alvin B. Keywell of Jill Ave.,
• * *
Windmill Pointe in the City of Southfield.
The bride's Empire gown of
LESLIE BERG, a senior at Ben- Troy, it was announced by Irwin
silk taffeta, featured a bateau
nington College, Vermont, and Adler, Detroit regional general
neckline with elbow-length sleeves
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving manager for Levitt.
* * $
and skirt of hand-corded Alencon
Berg of Snowden Ave. will initiate
lace, and a matching chapel-
The Dearborn Orchestral Society
a modern dance program for the
Saratoga Center for the Performing will present the third subscription length detachable train. A crown
tiara held her shoulder-length
concert
of
the
season
8:20
p.m.
to-
Arts in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.,
pouff veil of silk illusion. She car-
during her winter work term. Miss day in the Edsel Ford High School
Berg recently completed a year of auditorium, Dearborn. Pianist red a cascade of rosebuds, cen-
tered by an orchid.
featured
be
service with VISTA in West Vir- CYNTHIA RAIM will
Mrs. Herschel P. Fink was her
ginia. Her father is chairman of the soloist with the Dearborn Sym-
Cass Tech High School art depart- phony Orchestra under the direc- sister's matron of honor. Brides-
maids
were Nancy Lapin, Mrs.
tion of guest conductor, JULIUS
ment.
* s
CHAJES. Chajes will take over the Mark Singer of Albany, N.Y., Su-
The Independent Insurance baton for Nathan Gordon who, with san Shapiro and Judith Blechman.
The bridegroom's brother, Leslie
Agents of Greater Detroit, repre- his wife, Marjorie, is on a recital
Keywell, was best man. Ushers
tour of Greece.
* * *
were Robert B. Cohen, Gary Al-
DOUBLEDAY & CO. announces pert, Paul Hack, Leonard Topor
the opening of the Doubleday-Ep- and Herschel P. Fink.
Jill and Jay Zelitzky of New
worth Prize contest, Jan. 1,
for the best novel treating man's York City served as flower girl
quest for spiritual values in con- and junior usher.
After a honeymoon in Spain, the
temporary society. The contest is
open to all authors, new or estab- couple will live in Troy.

News Brevities

Keywell-Rader Vows
Spoken at Bnai David

403 61

Center of Israel and Jewish Stu-
dies at Columbia University,
was librarian for the Jewish
• Theological Seminary of America
from 1950 to 1957. He was assist-
ant professor of Jewish literature
and institutions of the Seminary
from 1953 to 1963 and was Gus-
tave Gottheil Lecturer in Semitic
Languages, Columbia University,
1950-1960.
He is the author of "The Tal-
mudic Age" in Leo W. Schwarz
edition of "Great Ages and Ideas
of the Jewish People," "The Story
of the Four Captives," "Messianic
Postures of Ashkenazim and Sep-
hardim" and may other books, ar-
ticles and reviews.
Prof. Cohen holds masters and
rabbinical degrees from the Jewish
Theological Seminary and his PhD
from Columbia University in 1958.
Other themes and speakers
scheduled for the following weeks
are:
"Moral Issues in Science and
Technology," by Julius Harwood,
director of the metallurgy depart-
ment, Ford Scientific Laboratories;
"Moral Issues in Education," Sid-
ney Selig, director of education,
Beth Shalom; "Moral Issues in
Politics," State Rep. Daniel Coop-
er; "Moral Issues in Medicine,"
Dr. Alfred Sherman, chief of ob-
stetrics and gynecology, Sinai Hos-
pital, and professor at Wayne Med-
ical School; and "Moral Issues in
Metropolitan Detroit" (post-riot
reflections), Dr. Elliot Luby, chief

of psychiatry, Lafayette Clinic, and
head of a major post-riot study.

To Testify in Vietnam

Three Detroit phychiatrists, in-
cluding Dr. Bruce L. Danto and
Emanuel Tanay, have been flown
to Vietnam as expert witnesses in
the court-martial of a Highland
Park Marine on charges of mur-
dering Viet Cong prisoners during
a patrol last May.
The third doctor is C. L. R. Pear-
man of Grosse Be.

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