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May 30, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-05-30

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Friday, May 30, 1969-25

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$:25,000 Donation of Grosberg Family

Added to WSU Religious Center Gift

vocation, and George E. Gullen
An additional gift of $25,000 has
Jr., vice president for university
been donated by the Charles Gros.
relations, was master of cere-
berg family to furnish the Charles
monies.
Center
at.
Grosberg Religious
Wayne State University, dedicated
The religious center has been
constructed entirely from private
in ceremonies May 20.
The late Mr. Grosberg had al. funds. Over $750,000 was provided
ready given $175,000 to the center, by boards of the campus religious

which houses all 14 religious
groups on campus.
Following a reception and tour
of the center facilities, dedication
ceremonies were held at a dinner
in the University Center ballroom.
Milton M. Weinstein, president of
the religious center board of direc-
tors, extended greetings, and WSU
President William R. Keast tender-
ed the response.
The Rev. David Kidd, pastor
and president of the Grosberg
Chaplains Staff, delivered the in-

foundations, while $250,000 was con-
tributed from private foundations
and individuals. Mr. Grosberg
made the largest single private
gift.

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenfeld
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ment of their daughter Arlene to
Samuel Morris Praw. The prospec-
tive bridegroom, son of Mr. Harry
Praw of Gardner Ave., Oak Park,
and the late Mrs. Florence Praw,
is serving in the U.S. Army
Georgia. The couple plans an Aug.
26 wedding.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ehrlichman
of Santa Barbara Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter Jua-
nita to David Brodsky. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Morrie Brodsky of Men-
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synthetic fur fabrics to your furrier for cold storage. Fur service
means more than placing your furs in a cold storage vault. It
means furrier expert inspection for open seams, small rips and
tears, brushing and steaming. It means a constant even tempera-
ture with the right degree of humidity. It means handling gar-
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can circulate. Don't keep furs home in a cedar closet as there
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People Make News

ALBERT A. BUTLER has re-
signed as associate executive di-
rector of the Jewish United Fund
and the two welfare agencies for
which it raises funds — the Jewish
Welfare Fund and the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan Chicago,
according to an announcement by
James P. Rice, executive director
of the three organizations. The re-
signation is effective next Sept. 1.
Rice and Henry L. Zucker, ex-
ecutive vice president of the Jew-
ish Community Federation of
Cleveland, jointly announced that
Huller would be succeeded by JO-
SEPH S. WINSTON, now assistant
director of the Cleveland Federa-
tion.
• • •
SHLOMO ARGOV, Israeli minis-
ter in Washington, will address
more than 1,000 American Jewish
communal workers on the current
crisis in the Middle East and its
implications for world Jewry, when
he appears before the Saturday
night general sessions of the 71st
annual meeting of the National
Conference of Jewish Communal
Service, at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, New York.
• • •
Brandeis University has estab-
lished an annual award for medi-
cal science research to honor
Miami Beach philanthropist LEWIS
S. ROSENSTIEL, founder and re-
tired chairman of the board of
Schenley Industries. Brandeis Pres-
ident Morris B. Abram said a
medal — designated the Lewis S.
Rosenstiel Medical Research Award
—has been struck and will be
given annually "for outstanding
research achievement in the field
of basic medical studies." The
medal will be accompanied by a
$5,000 stipend.
• • •
JAMES MATHIS, pianist, will
appear in recital 8:30 p.m. Wednes.
day in Oakland University's Dodge
Hall Auditorium.
• * •
The Rothschild Prize for 1969
was presented to MEYER W.
WEISGAL, retiring president of
the Weizreann Institute of Science
in ceremonies at the Knesset.
Later, members of the cabinet,
diplomat s, academicians and
guests from abroad attended a
dinner in Weisgal's honor at which
Kaddish Luz, speaker of the Knes-
set; Lord Rothschild, donor of the
award; Foreign Minister Abba S.
Eban; and Wiesgal spoke.
• • •
Election of MICHAEL M. SACHER
of London to the board of directors
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
was announced by Robert H. Ar-
now, JTA president. Sacher, a di-
rector of Marks & Spencer, Ltd., is
chairman of the British Committee
of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
and chairman of the Joint Pales-
tine Appeal in England. He is a
member of the Council of the Jew-
ish Colonization Association and a
past president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund in Great Britain.
• • •
Jerusalem Mayor TEDDY KOL-
LEK Tuesday sent a Jerusalem
Medal and a message of thanks to
THOMAS STAFFORD, comman-
der of the Apollo 10 spacecraft,
who chose a Psalm as part of his
Sunday space sermon during the
recent moon flight. The sermon
read, in part, "Our feet shall stand
within thy gates, 0 Jerusalem."
The medal was accompanied by
an invitation to visit Israel's capi-
tal.
• • •
Foreign minister ABBA EBAN
will visit East Africa later this
year. Eban visited West Africa last
year and has received invitations
from several West African nations.

Single Adult Lounge

Jewish Single Adults will have a
lounge night for persons age 25-40,
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jewish
Center. The program will include
dancing, ping-pong and other
games and refreshments. Members
of the group will be admitted
free; nonmembers at a nominal
charge.

Detroit teacher JOSHUA GEL-
LER will deliver a paper on
"Adolescent Ethnic and Democra-
tic Attitudes as Related to Student
Attendance in Communal, Congre-
gational, Day and Public Schools"
at a session of the National Coun-
cil for Jewish Education, 3:30
p.m. today at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel, New York.
• • •
JACOB GELLER of Windsor re-
ceived an honorary diploma from
St. Clair College's school of busi-
ness administration and addressed
the college commencement exer-
cises Sunday in Cleary Auditorium.
Geller was honored for his active
part in the Greater Windsor Foun-
dation, United Community Services
and other civic bodies.

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