30--Friday, .lone 27, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS8
SharonTaubman toll ed Dr. Gutmann Joins
Robert David Feldman Faculty of WSU
Cash Mobilization Begun by Allied Campaign
redeem their pledges as soon as wait for a reminder," both Cohn
In an effort to meet the immedi-
and Greenstone urged.
ate cash needs of social welfare possible.
"There are those of our fellow
"Israel needs 625,000,000 from
programs in Israel and the human-
Jews who cannot wait until you get
American Jewry each month to
Dr. Joseph Gutmann of the He- itarian services aiding Jews in carry on its social welfare pro- back from vacation. The immi-
brew Union College faculty and other countries, Irwin I. Cohn, gram. In addition, funds for the grant who is leaving a land of op-
Jewish Museum in Cincinnati has chairman of the emergency cash continued assistance of more than pression needs transportation now.
been appointed professor of art mobilization committee of the Al- 300,000 Jews in 30 countries of the The aged don't have any time left
history at Wayne State University. lied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emer- world must flow consistently over- to wait for care. The young cannot
A member of the HUC faculty and gency Fund, urged contributors to
wait for education. The ill cannot
seas," Cohn said.
wait for beds. They need immedi-
in charge of the HUC museum
He urged that those among the ate service and this can only be
since 1960. he has also been ad-
24.000 people who gave $10,100,000 bought with your dollars," Cohn
junct professor of art in the grad- Cl'ilthia
to Detroit's Allied Jewish Cam- pointed out.
uate school of the University of
paign this year who have not yet
Cincinnati, a member of the Cin-
The Detroit Jewish community is
paid a portion or all of their joining other American cities
cinnati Art Academy faculty and
pledges make a special effort to
Friedman Lecturer in philosophy
in the national cash program
do so now.
and religion at Antioch College. I
which will make sure that overseas
"There is also a need for con- services are maintained at their
A native of Wuerzburg, Germany,
support of local agencies normal rates.
Dr. Gutmann grew up in Philadel-
and services which depend on the
phia and served in Europe with the
Allied Jewish Campaign for funds
U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey
and on national organizations which
during World War II. Subsequently
receive grants from the Jewish
he earned his BS at Temple
Welfare Federation," he stated.
v er sit y . Or-
Warren D. Greenstone, chair-
dained a rabbi
MISS SHARON TAUBMAN
man of the collection review
at HUC in 1957,
committee, said that his group is
Mr. and Mrs. Les Taubman of
he was awarded
making plans for consideration of
George Washington Ave., South-
the Henry Mor-
field, announce the engagement of
"Pick up your pen right now and
their daughter Sharon Louise to
ship to study ar-
check. Mail it to the
Robert David Feldman, son of Mr.
chaeology at the
Allied Jewish Campaign, 163 Madi-
and Mrs. Abe Feldman of Onyx
son, Detroit, Michigan 48226. Don't
sity in Jerusa-
The couple plans to wed Dec. 14.
lem. He received
MISS CYNTHIA LYNN
from HUC in 1960 and joined the
HUC faculty that year. In 1965, an
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard Lynn of
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
American Philosophical Society Abington Dr., Southfield, announce
grant enabled him to visit Eastern the engagement of their daughter
Europe for research on illuminated Cynthia J. to D. Michael Kratch-
Hebrew manuscripts, and
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
BAND OR SMALL COMBOS
he was invited to particma
Kratchman of Charrington Rd., *
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Doesn't Work, WWII
the International Congress on Re-
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The couple plans to marry Aug.
' ligion, Architecture and the Visual Birmingham.
Editor, The Jewish News:
The World Congress of Jewish 31 .
"Reform Rabbis Debate Whether
Chaplains Should Serve in Civilian I Studies in Jerusalem also invited
or Military Capacity," June 1969, his participation in 1965 and again
I this year. Dr. Gutmann is a mem-
This caption certainly brings ber of the College Art Association
back memories of World War II. ' and the Beta Gamma Sigma Hon-
This meeting of the Central Con- orary Society as well as the Central
erence of American Rabbis and
Co nf ere
ference of American Rabbis has
DETROIT SHOLEM ALEICHEM
before it a recommendation that ; the American Association of Uni-
LODGE will hold its seventh an-
the draft of rabbis for military versity Professors.
nual installation banquet 6:30 p.m.
of World War II to I a His
combining Sunday at Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter. The following officers will be
which I refer: I had the pleasure religion and his research in the installed by the Yiddish-speaking
of meeting with the late Fred But- field of art have won him a distin-
lodge: Walter Litt, president; Sam
11540 WYOMING • TEL. 341-1330 • THUR., FRI. TIL 9.
zel in December
1 guished international reputation.
Sault Ste. Marie.
He has always seen art in terms of Lerman, Louis Bregman and Jacob
the trip to Fort Brady represent- , its historic context and is actually Gubow, vice presidents; Abe Young,
as much a historian, particularly treasurer; Harry Oberstein and
ing the Detroit Jewish Welfare was
Hof the Greco-Roman and Medieval Morris Hurwitz. secretaries: Sam-
We Make Our Own Glasses
I recall Mr. Butzel asking me ,;periods, as he is an art connois- uel Bassin, warden; Meyer Lewen-
what the Welfare Board could do seur. Dr. Gutmann is the author of thal. guardian: Nathan Wiss, Abe
Applebaum. Alex Gottlieb, Julius
for the members of the Jewish several books and scientific articles. 1 Honeyman and Philip Krut, trus-
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
military at Fort Brady. I replied His books include "Juedische Zere- ,
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
that we were already enjoying the monialkunst," which appeared in tees; Morris Wein and Israel Fisch-
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
assorted foods sent each week for an English-language version as : hoff, hospitalers; and Alex Got-
our Friday night services, but we "Jewish Ceremonial Art," "Images , tlieb, chaplain.
d hearing a rabbi of
th Jewish Past" and the forth-
missed see i ng and
at the post chapel for Friday night i com
• Reasonably Priced
• Immediate Repair
The beloved Mr. Butzel must ' He has interested himself in Jew
education and has taken an
have listened to my request. A I
week later the late Rabbi B. ! ish
active part on the education com-
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Benedict Glazer conducted our 1 mittee of Cincinnati's Yavneh Day
LI 7 5068
OAK PARK, MICH.
Friday night services.
School. Mrs. Gutmann. the former
NEW YORK—Prof. Milton Han-
Hours: Daily and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
I left Fort Brady in September Marilyn Tuckman of New York dler, chairman of the board of
1943 with fond memories of Rabbi City , an accomplished mathema- American Friends of the Hebrew
tician, has taught for the Cincinnati University, announced that, on July
Three cheers to Robert I. Kahn 'public schools and also for the 8, a Chair in Civil Procedure will
who chaired a special committee Yavneh Day School, where the two be dedicated on the Mount Scopus
on the chaplaincy at the CCAR. Gutmann children, David and Sha- campus of the Hebrew University.
His committee rejected the CCAR ron have been students.
This chair will be named in
executive board's request to aban- [ The Gutmanns left Cincinnati in honor of a distinguished New York
don the draft of rabbis for the sim-
jurist, former Judge Edward S.
ple reason that voluntary systems Imid-June
residence at Silver of the Surrogate's Court,
do not meet the serviceman's
Kings County, Brooklyn, who is at
needs. It did not work for me and Israel Industry Network
present a commissioner of the
my several fellow Jewish military
New York State Investigation
at Fort Brady - 26 years ago. We to Develop Cutlery Plant Commission.
were only 350 miles from Detroit,
TEL AVIV — A major new cut-
The Judge Edward S. Silver
bus and train service service oper- lery industry to be the largest in
Chair in Civil Procedure will be
ated daily, and there was no short- the Near East will rise in the Is- part of the faculty of law which
age of rabbis in Michigan because rael development town of Dimona opened in 1949 in response to Is-
so many volunteered for the chap- in the Negev by the end of 6970. rael's great need for jurists and
ON THE LINE:
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Remodeled Lobby Area New Attractive Street
Famous Trader Vic's
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the ultimate production of 400,000 In addition to the Institute of
Polynesian Restaurant Automatic Elevators
Redecorated Meeting Room!
dozen units of stainless steel table- Criminology, constitutional law,
New Hilton Towers
Southfield, Michigan 48075 ware annually, mainly geared for political science law, public inter-
New Coffee Shop Service
Renovated Guest Rooms
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with the British silverware manu- search in Jewish law as well as a
The Windsor Jewish Community facturing company, Harris-Miller department for interreligious law.
Council will hold its annual meet- Ltd. of Sheffield.
The funds for the perpetual en-
ing 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
dowment of the Judge Edward S.
THE DETROIT HILTON
When a person begs for food and Silver Chair in Civil Procedure
Jewish Center. There will be an
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admirers in greater metropolitan
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—Talmud. New York.
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Hebrew U. Chair
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