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October 10, 1969 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-10

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People Make News

Lee Schooler of Chicago, chair-
man of the Public Relations Board,
Inc., was named chairman of the
national campaign committee of
the Anti-Defama-
tion League of
Bnai Brith. The
appointment was
announced by
Benjamin R. Ep-
stein, national
director of the
League, who said
the committee is
responsible for
supervising fund
raising program!
Schooler
of the league
throughout the country.
• * •
BOYCE TOPE, executive vice
president of the Detroit Auto Deal-
ers Association (DADA), is the
new' deputy general chairman for
Michigan Week. He will direct the
springtime celebration and its re-
lated activity in Wayne and 11
other eastern Michigan counties.
His appointment was announced
by Robert J. Hutton, general chair-
man for the 17th annual Michigan
Week and president of Standard
Federal Savings and Loan. Michi-
gan Week will be observed next
May 16-23.
• • •
Newly elected to the board of
directors of the Wayne County
Unit of American Cancer Society
on Sept. 25 at the Raleigh House
was Dr. ROBERT GOLDMAN. Re-
elected to the board were Dr. DA-
VID FELD and Mrs. BETTY
ISAACSON. Among the officers
elected for the coming year are
President NORMAN N. ROBBINS
and medical adviser Dr. NORMAN
NELSON.

• • •

NEIL A. WERNER, brokerage
agency manager for Bankers Life
Co. was awarded the Chartered
Life Underwriter designation at
national conferment exercises of
the American College of Life Un-
derwriters in Washigton.
• • •
JOHN RICH of Needham, Mass..
a Brandeis University graduate
and former deputy director of the
Peace Corps in the Philippines, has
been named director of the Usdan
Student Center at Brandeis.
• • •
Dr. RICHARD J. ONORATO of
Brookline, Mass., an assistant pro-
fessor of English at Brandeis Uni-
versity for the past three years,
has been named dean of students.
• • •
Rabbi SAUL I. TEPLITZ, of
Congregation Sons of Israel, Wood-
mere, L.I., has been named con-
vention chairman for the 17th an-
niversary of the Rabbinical As-
sembly, to be held at theConcord
next April.
• • $
The appointment of Rabbi LEO-
NARD A. SCHOOLMAN as direc-
tor of the Department of Camp
and Youth Education of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions was announced by the UAHC
President, Rabbi Maurice N.
Eisendrath.

GLEN OAKS

HUBERT HUMPHREY, former
vice president, will S0011 visit Is-
rael, according to U.S. - News and
World Report. The Humphrey itin-
erary. according to the magazine,
will include Japan, Hong Kong,
Cairo, India. Israel and Canada, —
MISS NINA SMITH
and will he made in the early part
of the year. This year, Humphrey
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of
visited Europe on two occasions.
Annchester Rd. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Nina
('anada's new ambassador to Lynn to Laurence Alan Berger, son
Israel arrived in Tel Aviv Mon- of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Berger of
day. He is CHARLES McGAU- Marlow Ave., Oak Park.
GHEY, who formerly served as a
Miss 'Smith is a junior in the
Canadian envoy to Pakistan, Thai-
college of education at Wayne
land and Burma.
State University. Mr. Berger at-
tended Oakland Community Col-
lege, where he was affiliated with
Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A Dec. 7 wedding is planned.

Business
Brevities

BILL STONE, of the CHARLES
P. DAVEY AND ASSOCIATES
agency, New England Life, passed
the $1,700,000 mark in individual
sales to rank in the top 2 per cent
of the entire company nationwide.
Stone is a member of New Eng-
land Life's Leaders Association
and its hall of fame, as well as the
industry's Million Dollar Round
Table. Since 1964, he has produced
more than $7,000.000 of new busi-
ness.

BNAI MOSIIE MEN'S CLUB wil
hold a joint meeting with the Sis
terhood 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
social hall. The subject of invest-
ments will be discussed by broker •
Walter Schwartz. Friends are in-
vited. and refreshments will be
served.
• • •
BNAI DAVID MEN'S CLUB will
hold the first of a series of fatrer
and son brunches 10 a.m. Oct. 19 •
hold the first of a series of father
in the social hall. A program will
he presented by Bnai David youth
group members Usher Adler, How-
ard Sherizen, Jay Novetsky and •
Andy Norton, who spent the sum-1
mer in Israel. .




Rescued by police from a gun
toting
kidnaper, David Roth-
4!
• Luncheons
schild, 23-year-old son of guro-
• Stags
pean banking magnate Baron
AL ERICKSON
Gen'l Mgr.
Guy de Rothschild, smiles as he
leaves his home in Paris. Identi-
fied as Joseph Stadnic, 24, the
alleged gunman was captured as
30500 W. 13 Mile Rd.,
he left the Rothschild home with
a $363,000 ransom and the senior
Farmington
,
Rothschild.
'

• Weddings
• Banquets
• Bar Mitzvahs • Showers
also

1b 1 y I ;

JO 6-4662 or 626-260e!

Torch Drive to Be Launched Tuesday

Drive general chairman, pledged
this week to exert every effort to
make the 21st annual United Foun-
dation campaign "another glorious
victory."
The drive opens Tuesday and
continues through Nov. 6. Its goal,
the highest in Detroit's history, is
$28,975,000 to underwrite 1970 oper-
ating costs for nearly 200 health
and community services in the
Wayne-Oakland-Macomb area.
Blakeslee, vice president and
group executive for defense-space,
Chrysler Corp., said many of his
150,000 Torch Drive volunteers al-
ready are hard at work trying to
surpass last year's record-break-
ing campaign which brought in
$29.3 million, largest amount ever
raised by any united fund.
Michigan's Gov. William G. Mil-
liken will be the principal speaker
at the kickoff luncheon noon Tues-
day in Cobo Hall, campaign head-
quarters.
More than 500 top Torch Drive

luncheon.

space and diversified products. Region, National Conference of

Chrysler Corp., will signal the Synagogue Youth, this weekend in
opening of the campaign by pass- Toledo.

MUSIC

*BIG BAND OR SMALL COMBOS:'

* 1
(The Jewish News welcomes :UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730* ,
news about young men in the .4*********************t

son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Ber-
tin of Parkside Dr., has joined the
7th Infantry Division in Korea. He
has been assigned as a communi-
cations officer with the 6th Battal-

ion of the 80th Artillery. Bertin at-
tended Mumford High School and

the University of Arizona.. He en-
tered the army in September 1969
and took basic training at Ft.
Lewis, Wash.

• • •

Norfolk Jewish Center
Invites Servicemen

Parents of servicemen and wom-
en stationed in the Virginia area
are advised that the armed serv-
ices committee of the Jewish Cen-
ter of Norfolk, Va., maintains ex-
tensive service to members of the
armed forces serving in the area.
Programs are provided in the

Center building, in the community
and on various installations.
Men in the Army, Navy, Ma-
rines and Coast Guard serving in
the Tidewater area, and those on
a ship in the Atlantic Fleet, are
invited to participate in these
activities, including brunches,
parties, lectures, dances, trips
and socializing. During holidays,
home hospitality is provided as
necessary.
Cooperative programs are held
with the Commodore Levy Chapel
at the naval base and trough the
office of the Jewish chaplain.
The Norfolk Center is located at
331 N. Shore, Norfolk.
Parents of servicemen stationed
there are invited to advise their

sons or daughters to contact Jonah
Kleinstein, 489-1371; area code 703.

Open House Scheduled
at New Northville Chapel

The public is invited to a chapel
and synagogue open house . at
Northville State Hospital 4-6 p.m.
Sunday.
Many Jewish individuals and
groups helped raise funds to build
the structure.

Jacob Beller, former New Yohc

newspaperman who now makes his
home in Montreal, has been award-
ed a $1,300 grant by the Ottawa
Social Science Research Council
for his book "Jews in Latin Amer-
ica."
A grant for the purchase of 50
copies of his hook also has been
made by Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, and he has received encour-
agement from the Quebec ministry
for cultural affairs.
Beller is the author of four other
books and he was the recipient
of the Surovitch Prize from the
U.S. Congress for Jewish Culture.

Youth of Cong. Bnai David who

H al Gordon

service, and will print, at no
charge, address information sub-
mitted in writing.)
2nd Lt. KENNETH M. BERTIN,

Jacob Beller Given
$1,300 Book Grant

UF President Thomas F. Mor- belong to Lapeed plan to attend
row, group vice president, defense, a conclave of the Central East

JWV

Where the Boys Are

Pamela Anne Eldred, of West
Bloomfield Township.
Eleven report luncheons are
scheduled during the campaign
with the Victory Dinner set for
Nov. 6.

volunteers, UF officials and com-
munity leaders will attend the USY Conference Set

ing the lighted torch to Blakeslee
and challenging the campaign
chairman to meet the goal before
the victory dinner.
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN AUX- 1 Coming to light the torch will
ILIARY will meet 12:30 p.m. Mon-
Vr***********************
day at the home of Mrs. Clarice
Zuger. 14201 Nadine, Oak Park. #
Fund-raising plans Mil be dis-
cussed. Games will be played, fol-
' lowed by refreshments.
• • •

Men's Clubs

un man's Plot
on Baron Foiled

Friday, October 10, 1969-31

William S. Blakeslee, Torch be Detroit's own Miss America,

SAMUEL NEAMAN, chairman
of the hoard and chief executive
officer of the McCrory Corpora
lion, has been designated as its
19119 "Man of Achievement . ' by
the Anti - Defamation League Ap-
peal. Announcing the selection, Eli
L. Rousso, general chairman of the
New York ADL Appeal, said that
a dinner in Neaman's honor will
be held Oct. 22 at the Waldorf As-
toria.

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