100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

June 27, 1969 - Image 34

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-27

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

People Make News

Dr. BRENDAN A. MAHER, the intern education." As a resident, sented in a ceremony attended by
Riklis Professor of Behavioral Sci- Dr. Frankel won the resident award Michael Ravid, consul general of
ence at Brandeis University since for both 1962-63 and 1963-64. He has Israel; Joseph Milo, assistant trade
1967, has been named dean of the I offices in the Southfield Office commissioner of Israel; and Mor-
ris Bram, president of the Ameri-
university's graduate school of arts Plaza.
can-Israel Numismatic Association.
and sciences and associate dean of
s • *
Rabbi FREDRIC KAZAN of
faculty.


Philadelphia has been named resi- TED C. GORMAN of Danbury,
Sheldon S. Cohen of Washington, dent dean of the Reconstructionist Conn., was installed as men's pres-
D.C., former Commissioner of In- Rabbinical College here, it was an- ident of District 1, Bnai Brith, at
ternal Revenue, has been appointed nounced by Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, the 117th annual convention at the
co-chairman of the public affairs college president. The school open- Concord Hotel, Kiamesha Lake,
ed last September with 13 students. N.Y. The 2,000 delegates also wit-
committee of the
Rabbi Kazan will oversee daily nessed the installation of Mrs.
National Jewish
operations of the college. He will Julian C. Koock, Riverdale, N.Y.,
Welfare Board. it
also be responsible for the devel- as women's president.
was announced by
opment of the program that will
4 •

Louis Stern, pres-
Rabbi ALLEN P. KRAUSE, 29,
bring Jewish scholars to Philadel
ident of JWB.
phia for a series of public forums of the Reform Congregation Etz
In this capacity,
and meetings and will also tutor Chaim of Elmhurst , Ill. will teach
Cohen joins in the
the second year rabbinical students courses in the Old Testament at the
leadership of the
118-year-old Catholic University of
in talmudic texts.
committee under
Santa Clara, Calif., next year. He
* • 4,
the chairmanship
is the first Jewish member of the
Larry
L.
Guttenberg,
president
of Morris Reis-en,
of Republic Mortgage Corp., an- theological seminary.
Maplewood, N. J .
• • •
nounces the election of JERRY
A member of
Israel's minister of finance, corn-
GUTTENBERG, vice president and
JWB's public af-
treasurer.
Jerry
Guttenberg
has
merce
and
industry,
ZE'EV SHA-
fairs committee
been active for many years in the REF, signed a formal agreement
and board of di- ,
With Th eodore Operhall, Howme t
affairs
of
the
Mortgage
Bankers
rectors for some i
Asociation of Michigan and was vice president of the Superalloy
Cohen
time, Cohen was
Group, for the construction of an
one of the distinguished private cit- chairman of that organization's investment casting facility in Is-
izens chosen in April by John D. loan administration committee in rael. The plant, scheduled for coin-
Rockefeller II as a member of the 1967. He has written articles on pletion in 1970, will produce invest-
'
national commission which is con- mortgage finance for the Mortgage ment
castings in support of Israel's
ducting a study of the relationship Banker, official publication of the production of aircraft and land-
of philanthropic foundations to gov- Mortgage Bankers Association of based gas turbine engines and for
America. He holds a bachelor of
ernment.
science degree from Wayne State export to European
markets.
• • *
• * a
_ University's school of business ad- , ► .r.,
Rabbi NORMAN LAMM. associ-
R.
REUBEN
M.
BARON and
'-'
ministration and accounting. Latest
ate rabbi of The Jewish Center in
Republic
of R
epuc DR. ALAN R. BASS, associate
New York, was elected chairman I financial s statements o
,
professors
of
psychology
at Wayne
ve te concern a
of the New York Conference en ' Afortgage Corp. give h
State University, have been given
Soviet Jewry at a meeting held at i servicing portfolio in excess of ;State by the U.S. Department of
the Institute of Human Relations ! $15,00°00•
i'Labor to complete their study of
• • •
of the American Jewish Committee.
the "Role of Social Reinforcement
URI RAMON of Kiryat Bialik (a Parameters."
The conference named - DAVID
• • •
GELLER, director of community suburb of Haifa), who came to
relations of the American Jewish ; New York in April, has joined the Foreien Minister ABBA EBAN
Committee's New York chapter, as r American Zionist Youth Founda- mi .-
ll visit three East African na-
professional coordinator of its proj- 1 tion as coordinator of shlikhim lions next month at the invitation
(emissaries) to the Zionist youth 1 of their leaders , the foreign min-
ects.
• • a
movements, it was announced here istry announced Sunday. He will
Rabbi YOSEF OVADIA was in- by William Levine, executive di- meet with Emperor Haile Selassie
stalled as Sephardic chief rabbi of rector of the American Zionist of Ethiopia, President Jomo Ken-
ti
Tel Aviv in a solemn ceremony Youth Foundation.
He also will yatta of Kenya and President Mil-
held at the Great Synagogue here. ' work with the National Jewish ton Obote of Uganda. Eban will
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi, Isser Welfare Board and serve as co- confer with the foreign ministers
Untermann. and Minister of the In- 1 ordinator of the 23 shlikhim on the on African and Middle East sub-
terior Moshe Shapiro were present, ! staffs of the local community cen- j ec ts.
• * •
as was Army Chief Chaplain ters throughout the country.
• • •
,
MAURICE A. BETMAN was re-
Shlomo Goren.
1 The University of Vienna will cently re-elected president of the
• * •
Dr. JULIEN PRIVER, executive give an honorary doctorate for School
John F.
!
PTA.Kennedy
Elementary
*
vice president of Sinai Hospital, outstanding
.scholarship
to Pro
ISALO W. BARON,
Jewish
his-

*

"
-
'
• moderate a discussion,
will
torian, the Austrian Institute an-
New York Senator JACOB K.
sicians and Hospitals of Tomor- flounced
JAVITS was honored Tuesday on
row," at the 50th convention of the Austria-Hungary,
unga, Baron was edu- his 65th birthday at a dinner given
i
Michigan Hospital Association this I Austra-
here. Born
in professor
Tarnow,
ienna.
e was
cated Vienna.
by the Synagogue Council of Am-
weekend at the Grand Hotel, Mac- I of Jewish history, literature and erica, the national coordinating
kinac Island. Dr. Priver, who institutions at Columbia University agency for the Conservative, Or-
serves on the board of trustees . of , fo r30 years and is professor thodox and Reform branches of
the Michigan Hospital Association, e m ertius and director of its Center Judaism. Sen. Javits received a
has been nominated as president- of Israel and Jewish Studies. He 10-inch bronze statue of David and
elect of the MHA for 1970 - 1971. is the author of "A Social and Goliath by sculptor Milton Hebald.
• • •
Religious History of the Jews."
Some 300 attended.
• • •
• • *
SIDNEY SELIG, director of
At the annual meeting of Detroit
education at Cong. Beth Shalom,
Alderman MICHAEL FIDLER,
will be resident scholar during Au- Chapter of Michigan Association of president of the Board of Depu-
gust at the Ontario Region Camp, I Certified Public Accountants, held ties of British Jews, will represent
United Synagogue Youth, where I recently at Detroit Golf Club, the British Jewry at the investiture of
the theme will be "Communication members unanimously elected ER- Prince Charles as the Prince of
-Id—Ego—Man to Man, Man to WIN BUD WITTUS, chairman for Wales of Caernarvon Castle in
God." the coming year.
Wales on Tuesday.
• s •
• • •
• • •
JACK GORBACK, past president The Wayne. State University
DR. OTTERBEIN DRESSLER,
of the Detroit Professional Photo- board of governors, at its meeting pathologist for the Garden City-
graphers' Association, was a re- June 12, approved the a'ppointment Ridgewood Osteopathic Hospitals
cent lecturer at Mercy College, of Dr. ALLEN A. HYMAN as di- and a resident of Southfield, has
where he showed over 500 35-mm rector of the university's office for been elected president of the
Michigan Osteopathic College
color slides taken in Mexico City research administration.
• • •
Foundation.
and Acapulco during the 1968
* • •
JACK
MUSICK
of
Hiram
Walker,
Olympics. Gorback and his wife
Local life insurance agent GOR-
Esther photographed over 1,600 Inc., has been honored by the
people in small groups and made United Jewish Appeal for his lead- DON R. MEISNER who represents
ership in stimulating, throughout INDIANAPOLIS LIFE INSUR-
800 complete color albums.
• • •
the distilling industry, concern for
ANCE CO., is attending the annual
MERVIN H. RJSEMAN, lawyer humanitarian causes. At the annual
and civic leader, was elected presi- UJA dinner, he was presented with meeting of the Million Dollar Round
dent of the Jewish Community Re- a silver Bible on behalf of UJA, by Table at the Diplomat Hotel in
lations Council of New York, the Ergar Bronfman, president, Joseph Hollywood, Fla.
coordinating body of 14 national E. Seagram and Sons, Inc.
* • •
and local agencies working in the
BARBARA BAIN' and MARTIN
New York community relations
FOR AMERICA-
LANDAU, husband-wife team of
field.
AND FOR YOU • 7. •
a • • • "Mission Impossible," were the
Dr. MAURICE FRANKEL was recipients of an award for their
--
Sign up for
named recipient of the 1968-69 dedication and devotion to the
U. S. Savings Bonds, —
Alumni Award at Sinai Hospital cause of Israel. The award—a col-
"as the member of the voluntary lectin of nine state ■ edals of Israel
New Freedom Shares
attending staff contributing most to I featuring historic cities—was pre-

••

Friday, June 27, 1969 - 35

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CBS Banned From Arab World

from sale in Arab countries.
Mahjoub said that "CBS was
asked to avoid these violations
(of boycott regulations) to avoid
an all-Arab boycott but it failed
to heed the warning." It is the
first television company to be
blacklisted by the Arab League.
Washington officials stressed that
the Arab League's actions are sole-
ly recommendations to be carried
out by each Arab government as it
saw fit. So far. they said, observ-
ance has been - spotty. -
The president of CBS News,
Meyerhoff Library
Richard S. Salant, condemned the
Arab
League action, calling it "de-
Dedicated in Jerusalem
trimental not only to the American
JERUSALEM (JTA) — T h e people but to the Arab countries
Joseph and Rebecca Meyerhoff
themselves."
Public Library has been dedicated
in Jerusalem's Gonen section, in-
When a learned man errs he
habited mainly by settlers from makes a learned error.
Oriental countries. The library will
—Arabian Proverb.
serve students at the Denmark
High School, now under construc-
tion, and residents of the area.
Meyerhoff, a Baltimore Jewish
leader, is chairman of the Israel
Orchestra and Entertainment
Education Fund of the United Jew-
ish Appeal of which both the lib-
rary and the Denmark school are
projects.

DAMASCUS — The Columbia
Broadcasting System has been
banned by the Arab League for
"rendering consultative services
and technical assistance" to Is-
rael's new television network.
All news correspondents and
cameramen from CBS will be bar-
red from the Arab world, accord-
ing to Mohammed Mahjoub, com-
missioner-general of the Arab
League's boycott office. In addi-
tion, CBS records will be banned

Larry Freedman

647-2367

A GIFT FOR EVERY OCCASION

Complete Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry
See Morris Watnick

GIFTS

FINE JEWELRY

644-7626

Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.

283 Hamilton

Birmingham (Near Dernery'S)

YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE WEALTHY to keep your skin
in a meticulously clean condition with a relaxing deep
cleansing facial once every three weeks. Complete Cos-
metic Line Available.

Our Continental Coiffures
Are Individually Styled

M agda & 09aclice3

OPEN MONDAY

Alex and Eleanore
are at your service

Also eves. Wed., Thurs., Fri.

358-4558

17277 W. Ten Mile Rd., Southfield, Mich.

GENUINE

FUR PILLOWS

Largest Selection in the City

NEMETH BROS. DRAPERIES

Interior Decorating

8520 W. NINE MILE ROAD

546-0930

Oak Park,

Mich.
MICHIGAN BANKARD HONORED

546-2080

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan