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May 01, 1970 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-01

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Old Timers' Reunion Set for May 24

Incoming officers of the Hannah Schloss
Old Timers (from left) Ben Krell Jr., secretary;
Samuel G. Bank and Barney Barnett, vice
presidents; and Harry L. Pliskow, president, will
be installed at the Old Timers' 15th annual reunion
dinner-dance 6 p.m. May 24 at Temple Israel.
Not pictured is Dr. Arthur Gilbert, treasurer. Past
president Abe Sclunier will be installing officer,
and immediate past president Harry T. Madison
will be honored as "Man of the Year," an award
to be presented by Federal Judge Lawrence Gubow.
Bank is chairman for the evening. For reservations,
call him at U N4.5463.

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Prime Minister
of Bahamas Due
for Franklin Series

Lynden 0. Pindling, prime min-
ister of the Bahamas, will be third
speaker in the 20th annual Leo
M. Franklin Memorial Lecture
Series at Wayne State University.
Pindling will discuss the feasi-
bility of social revolution within
the framework of the law and con-
stitutional processes, as well as
other political, social and econom-
ic problems, 8 p.m. Monday in
the Community Arts Auditorium
on the WSU campus.
Pindling speaks from experience
for that is how his Progressive
Liberal Party wrested control of
the Bahamian government from
the United Bahamian Party in
1967.
Theme for the series is "The
Wcrld in Revolution." Hubert
Locke, director of the Wayne
State Office of Religious Affairs,
is 1970 Franklin Lecturer. The
series is named for the late
rabbi of Temple Beth El.
Pindling, 39, the first native
Bahamian to hold the chief execu-
tive's post in his government, took
office as premier in January
1967. Constitutional amendments
changed his title to prime minister
last year. Educated in Nassau
and in England, Pindling received
a law degree in 1952 from the
University of London. He is a
member of the bar in England
and the Bahamas.
Angie Elizabeth Brooks, presi-
dent of the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly and assistant sec-
retary of state and vice president
of Liberia, will deliver the fourth
lecture in the series, The United
Nations and Power Conflicts:
Prospects for Peace in the '70s,"
8 p.m. May 11.
Locke will deliver the final ad-
dress at 8 p.m. May 18 on "Can
the Future Be Humanized?"

Jean Seltzer Robbins,
Wife of Psychiatrist

Jean Seltzer Robbins. former
Detroit sculptress and wife of psy-
chiatrist Dr. Edward R. Robbins,
died last Saturday in Los Angeles.
She was 66.
Mrs. Robbins, a longtime De-
troiter, was a member of Women's
American ORT, Brandeis Univer-
sity women's organization and the
Young Musicians' Foundation in
Detroit. Her father, the late
Nathan Seltzer, also was a long-
time Detroiter.
The Robbins family moved in
1946 to California, where a son.
James, is a psychiatrist and son-in-
law Dr. Richard Treiman is a
vascular surgeon. A brother, the
late Dr. Saul Seltzer, also practiced
in Los Angeles.
Besides her husband, son and
daughter Betty Lou, Mrs. Robbins
leaves seven grandchildren. In-
terment Los Angeles.

Israel is forced to import 80 per
cent of its defense needs from
abroad; only 20 per cent is pro-
duced locally.

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Mrs. Marian B. Heavenrich,
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Mrs. Heavenrich, 16806 LaSalle,
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She is survived by four sons,
John, Louis, Walter and Richard;
a daughter, Mrs. Howard Kaichen;
one sister, 17 grandchildren and
14 great-grandchildren.

Friday, May 1, '1970-33

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