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Rabbi RIEVAN W. SLAVKIN of way backers have raceways here, in his capacity as president of the
Temple Beth Israel, Jackson, will in the Far West, Southwest and AJPA, at a function in Minneapolis.
represent the Jewish Chautauqua Southeast.
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Society as lecturer at Nazareth
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College, Nazareth, Mich. on
JOSEPH CARDINAL FRINGS,
LEO R. KNIGHT, Detroit photo-
Wednesday. He will speak in as- who preached sermons from the
grapher, has been elected to the
sembly at 1 p.m. on the subject pulpit of the Cologne Cathedral national council of the Profession-
al Photographers of America, Inc.,
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of Jews as "an injustice that cries oldest and largest association of
At a meeting -of the board of to the heavens," will retire this professional photographers in the
Cunningham Drug Stores, HAR- month from his post as archbishop world. The national council is the
OLD D. HOLDER was elected of the Cologne diocese. He is 82.
governing body of the PP of A.
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Each councilman serves in a gov-
cer, and a member of the board.
erning capacity representing both
RAY A. SHAPERO, 42, who had LEON DULTZIN, treasurer of his state and the national associa-
been president, was elected chair- the Jewish Agency in Jerusalem, tions. Knight is the owner of Leo
man of the board and chief execu-J arrived in New York to attend a
Knight Photography, 17590 Wyo-
Live officer. ALAN E. SCHWARTZ, series of meeting of the Jewish ming.
who became chairman in August Agency — American Section, the
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1968, was elected chairman of the United Jewish Appeal and the
executive committee and chief United Israel Appeal. He will also
The Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
financial officer. confer with American Jewish lead- at the University of Michigan held
ers on the philanthropic needs of a symposium on "Implications of
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Israel. Dultzin will be guest speak- t h e Artificial Prolongation of
Ind.), a recognized authority on the er at UJA regional conferences Life," in which participants were
Middle East and South East Asian this month in Palm Springs and DR. DONALD KAHN, the U-M
affairs, will be the guest speaker at Chicago, and will speak from coast thoracic surgeon who was on both
the 61st annual di er of Bnai Zion, to coast at fund-raising meetings of the university's heart transplant
k, F . 23, in tribute to of local welfare funds launching teams; law professor WILLIAM
Congressman Herbert Tenzer, re- the UJA's 3969 Israel Emergency PIERCE, director of the univer-
sity's legislative research center;
cipient of the organization's 1969 Fund.
Prof. ROBERT C. W. ETTINGER
America-Israel Friendship G o 1 d
Highland Park Junior College,
Plaques from the American Jewish
Press Association for 25 or more president of the Cryonics (body-
LARRY LoPATIN, Detroit finan- years of service to Jewish journal- freezing) Society of Michigan; and
cier and developer, announced ism were presented to LEO H. Rabbi IRWIN GRONER of Cong.
plans that will give him control FRISCH, editor and publisher of Shaarey Zedek.
over California's Riverside Race- the American Jewish World, and
way—a move that makes him head to Mrs. Frisch, and to other mem-
Rabbi RONALD LUBOFSKY,
of the largest auto racing empire bers of the Jewish weekly's staff, one of Australia's leading Jewish
in the United States. LoPatin and by Adolph Rosenberg of Atlanta, scholars and educators, and AVRA-
his Michigan International Speed- publisher of the Southern Israelite, HAM AVI-HAI, public affairs sec-
retary for Israel Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol, are addressing Jew-
ish and campus groups in 14
American communities this month
as Bnai • Brith visiting lecturers.
Feb. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. San- Winchester, Southfield, a daugh Rabbi Lubofsky will speak 8:30
ford H. Wald (Sandra Jacobs), ter, Jennifer Faith.
p.m. Feb. 24 at Beth Achim Syna-
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14210 Hart, Oak Park, a son, Jona-
Jan. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
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ald L. Oberndorf (Shiela Kauf-
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
appointments to its commission on
Halkner (Elaine Densen), 144641 ton, a son, Danny.
Glenfield, a daughter, Karen Leigh. I
Jan. 26—To Mr. and Mrs. Victor Renamed by Dr. William A. Wex-
ler, president of the Bnai Brith,
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Paul Widenbaum (Ronna Leff), 21691 were: GORDON LEVOY of Bever-
Brookenthal (Bella Feldman), 24311 Kenosha, Oak Park, a daughter, ly Hills, Calif., HERMAN J.
Condon, Oak Park, a son, K3ith
NUDELMAN of Bay Harbor Is-
Jan. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Morton land, Fla., and WILLARD VINIT-
Eskin (Barbara Pelavin), 4030 W. SKY of Minneapolis.
Feb. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Sanford 13 Mile, Royal Oak, a daughter,
Layne, 30560 Southfield, S hf' ld, Marcie Lynn.
New York philanthropist and
a daughter, Nicole Lee.
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manufacturer GEORGE SAGAN of
Jan. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Jan. 28—To Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kaftan (Carole Sue Kogan), Essex County, N.J., has endowed
Sterns (Marcia Spizman), 20175 15237 Northgate, Oak Park, a son, a chair in the creative arts at
.Brandeis University that will sup-
port the incumbency of visiting
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artists for theater, fine arts, dance
Jan. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- and ballet. The George and Esther
vey Sosin (Harlene Feen), 17240 Sagan Chair in Creative Arts will
Anna, Southfield, a daughter Beth bring to the University an outstand-
ing artist in one of the above fields
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to teach in both graduate and un-
Jan. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron- dergraduate areas.
ald Siegel (Shela Chanin), 6771
Cottonwood Knoll, Birmingham, a
ALFRED PLOTKIN, a member
REV. GOLDMAN L.
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of the staff of Detroit General Hos-
Jan. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. Earl pital for 20 years, has been named
Samuels (Elizabeth Fischer), 29648
Lochmoor, Farmington, a daughter, head of Detroit General. He had
recently been named acting admin-
istrator by the Detroit Board of
Jan. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Allan Health. A certified public account-
Kash (Sylvia Senor), formerly of ant, Mr. Plotkin holds a law degree
Oak Park, now of Davenport, Ia.,
from Wayne State University.
a son, Benjamin Aaron.
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Dec. 21—To Mr .and Mrs. David
Foreign Office ad-
Serving in Hospitals & Homes
L. Levy (Barbara Burton), 10201 vised its embassy here that the
Albany, Oak Park, a son, Jason name of WALTER H. ANNEN-
BERG had been submitted by
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President Nixon as the U.S. am-
To Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ginsberg bassador-designate to the United
Recommended by Physicians
(Carol Fishman of Oak Park), of Kingdom. Annenberg, 61, is a
Yonkers, N.Y., a daughter, Laura millionaire publisher whose papers
include the Philadelphia Inquirer
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and Philadelphia News. If the Sen-
ate approves his nomination, he
Serving Hospitals and Homes
(Penny Gottlieb), 14140 Sher- will be the first Jewish U.S. am-
wood, a daughter, Amy Michelle.
bassador to the Court of St. James.
Mt. Hermon Road Built G reenberg-illils tein
TIBERIAS—"First you follow in
our footsteps, and then we drive in
yours"—With these words, Briga-
dier David Elazar of the Northern
Command characterized the coop-
eration between the Israel Army.
and the Jewish National Fund when
addressing guests at the comple-
tion of the new JNF road to the top
of Mt. Hermon.
Before the ceremony, partici
pants, among them JNF World
Chairman Jacob Tsur, drove up on
the road to a peak 7,216 feet above
Plans for I1edding Told
Miss Balberor Engaged
to Robert Seibel of N. Y.
MISS DIANE GREENBERG
At a recent party, Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Jack Greenberg of Parklawn
Ave., Oak Park, announced the
engagement of their daughter
Diane to William Sheldon Milstein,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milstein
of Jerome Ave., Oak Park.
Miss Greenberg is a senior at
Wayne State University where she
is majoring in Spanish. Her fiance
attended the Detroit Institute of
The couple plans an August mar-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, February 14, 1969
MISS CAROLYN BALBEROR
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Balberor of
River Crest Dr., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carolyn Elaine to Robert
Seibel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Seibel of Jamaica, N.Y.
An August wedding date is set.
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