Fineman-Ossipove Rites Brandeis' Social Work Dean Named
to Be Held in Spring Acting President of University
Friday, March 13, 1970-31
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Jews in Latin-America Expect to Up Funds to Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) — A belief Hayesod. The conference was at-
that the trustees would promptly that in 1970 the Jewish communi- tended by several hundred repre-
ties of Latin America will double sentatives of 14 Latin American
establish a presidential selec-
tion committee consisting of trus- the amount of funds for Israel over countries.
that raised last year was expressed
tees, students and faculty rep-
resentatives, to inaugurate a by Leon Dulczin, Israel minister
search for a permanent presi- without portfolio and treasurer of
He was in New York on his way
A 1927 graduate of the Univer-
sity of California at Los Angeles, to Montevideo where he will be a
guest speaker at the La-
Schottland, 63, attended the New
York School of Social Work and tin American Conference of Keren
the University of Southern Cali-
fornia Law School. He since has
lectured widely at more than 40
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universities and colleges and has
served on the faculties of the Uni-
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The best in Adult Music &
versity of California at Los An-
geles and Catholic University in
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His career in government has
included the position of assistant
director of the United Nations Re-
lief and Rehabilitation Administra-
tion for Germany in 1945.
Schottland was appointed com-
The look of
missioner of Social Security by
the moment in
President Eisenhower in July 1954,
and served in that capacity until
his resignation to become the dean
of the Florence Heller Graduate
School. As commissioner, he was
the originator of the 1956 amend-
ments to the Social Security Act
in unusual novelty styling.
which made significant changes is
Cute boxes . . - treasure
Social Security law.
chest with nailheod trims.
During the war, be was lieu-
All with colorful velvet lin-
ing. They're on exciting new
tenant colonel in the army and
look that you'll want to odd
chief of a section dealing with
to your collection.
displaced persons in Europe on
the staff of Supreme Headquar-
ters Allied Expeditionary Forces
(General Eisenhower's staff).
for his work in repatriating
5,500,000 United Nations nation-
als, he was decorated by France,
"would be invested with all those
11 Mile & Lahser
Czechoslovakia, Poland, Holland
Nine Mile at Coolidge
powers and privileges normally ac-
HARVARD ROW - SOUTHFIELD
corded a president of Brandeis."
Doily 9:30 to 5:30
At present, he is president of
Thurs. 9:30 to 8:30
At the same time, Wien said
the International Council on Social
Daily 9:30 to 5:30
Sunday 11 to 4 p.m.
In 1960, he was the recipient
of the Edward A. Dickson Achieve-
ment Award as the University of
Michael Fox, a senior at Bir- California at Los Angeles "Alum-
mingham Seaholm High School, nus of the Year." In November
where he is editor of the news- 1969, he was awarded an honorary
paper Vertigo, received top honors
by Boston University for "outstand-
in the 1970 Detroit News Scholas-
ing service" during his term as *
tic Writing Awards.
Michael was awarded three gold commissioner of Social Security.
keys in two areas of journalism
and creative writing in the open
category, as well as third place
commendations in autobiographical
and informal article. Michael hopes
to continue his journalism studies
at Michigan State University next
Other gold key winners in the
senior division included Susan
Coblentz, Cass; Steven Mintz,
Birmingham Groves; Susan Koma-
row, Southfield Senior; A. Mark
Kriechman, Southfield - Lathrup;
Eve Silberman, Ferndale High;
and Elaine Teresa Yaffe, Beth
Junior division gold keys went
to, among others, Lone Neiman
Acetate Double Knit
(2), Kingswood; Debra Good-
man, Mumford; Jay Goren, Clin-
for now and through
ton Oak Park; and aJnet Stein
spring. Brown or navy
with white and
Among the recipients of senior
Sizes 8 to 16.
division honorable mention awards
MISS GEORGETTE WEISS
Robin Gold, Ralph Greenberg. Don
Mr. and Mrs. George Weiss of
Sherefidn, Karen White, Eric Hoffman,
Marilyn Stern, Joel Dickman, Claudia Kenosha Ave., Oak Park, announce
Holzman, Mark White, Elizabeth Ehr- the engagement of their daughter
lich, Marilyn Jaffa, Leslie •,Ferkovich,
Georgette to Josef Fridman, son of
Karen Hoffman, Linda Lerman, Howard
Saulles, Douglas Woll, Richard Axel- Mr. and Mrs. M. Fridman of Mon-
rod, David Lewin, Barbara Winer and
treal. An August wedding is plan-
Richard Berg, Lynda Terno- ned.
vesky, Harold Friedman, David Levine,
WALTHAM, Mass — Charles I.
Schottland, who served as com-
missioner of Social Security in the
Eisenhower administration and for
the past 11 years has been dean of
Brandeis University's Florence
Heller Graduate School for Ad-
vanced Studies in Social Welfare,
has been named acting president
of the university.
Schottland, who assumed his
new duties immediately, succeeds
Morris B. Abram, who resigned
Feb. 23. He will serve until the
university's board of trustees se-
lects a permanent president.
Lawrence A. Wien of New York,
chairman of the Brandeis board of
trustees, said that Schottland
MISS JUDITH FINEMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fineman of
Marlow ,Ave., Oak Phrly.A:aimounce
the engagement of their 'daughter
Judith Ann to Ronald Mark Ossi-
pove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Ossipove of Owosso.
The couple, both attending Michi-
gan State University, will marry in
Boys, Girls Invited
to Hashahar Event
Hashahar, the youth movement
of Hadassah, will hold an open
membership program for boys and
girls age 9-13 at 2 p.m. Sunday in
the Oak Park Jewish cutfer.
Israeli music and adidng will be
led by Abe KunianSki,• and there
will be games and a color movie of
Camp Judea. Interested parents
are invited. .71,1;4.
Hashabar is open to young people
interested in Jewish life and Israel.
The program has four divisions:
Junior Young Judekiya boys and
girls age 9-11; Inte1.10te
-:_ Judea, age 11-13; Selih m;Jadea for
youth of .
HaMagshmum (The-FilWers) for
high school graduates u13 —to age 25.
The programs include discussions,
social activities, seminars, work-
study and travel institutes.
For information, call Fred Rose,
538-3929, or Hadassah House, BR
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Booking .. .
Saturday, Sunday & Monday Only
SATURDAY 9:30 TO 9
SUNDAY 12 TO 5
KOSHER & PARVE
Steven Luxenberg, Diane Schuraytz,
Kenneth Arta, Ira Gantz, Mitch Ross,
Nancy Boxer and Mike Revzin.
Senior division commendations
Max Schist* -
For Good Plsolograplis
cad Premise. Service_
CM Ma est .
BLAIR _ STUDIO
Weddings — Bar Mitzvos
We Como te Yew Herne
Gayna Mandelbaum, Susan Korn-
Dunn, David Fischhoff,
Appel, Paula Tanenhaus, Julia
Kimmel, Elaine Malin,
Sara Gordon, Eve Silberman, Carol
Rosenblum, David Stoller and . Joan
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Urban Affairs Fellowship * I
fellowships and internships in
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it was announced by Bertram * • FOR NOW! :
M. Gross, director of the Center * I
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The deadline for applications for
ban affairs at Wayne State Univer-
sity has been extended to March
Winners in the junior division
honorable mention category in- provide $3,000 per academic year,
covering tuition, fees, books, and
Irene Boigon, Gary Davidoff, Gary
Weingarden, Judy Weiss, Loran Young living expenses.
Among the winners of junior
I despise making the most of
division commendations were:
one's time. Half of the pleasures of *
David Aboulatia, Nina Lichterman, life consist of the opportunities one
Debbie Cohen, Gloria Ackerman, Vivian
Eakin, Nancy Fagenson, Sharon Goldin, has neglected.
Debra Foxman. Robin Ring, Sonia
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Menenberg and Kurt Cassel.