Israel and Philadelphia Hold Musical Exchange
People Make News
IRWIN GROSS, art teacher in
Wayne State University's fine arts
department, is holding his fourth
one-man show of 22 paintings at
the Arwin Gallery through June 7.
Gross is a doctoral graduate of
New York University. He has
studied under William Bazioties,
Tony Smith and Hale Woodruff.
Gross also teaches in the Outreach
Project of the Detroit Institute of
Phillips, district director of SBA,
in ceremonies at a luncheon honor-
ing him in Charlevoix.
• • •
HERBERT RUBINSTEIN of East
Lansing, deputy executive direc-
tor of Michigan Welfare League,
will be a participant in the 97th
annual forum of the National Con-
ference on Social Welfare in Chi-
cago, May 31-June 5. He will speak
at the meeting on June 2 on the
topic "Coping with Conflict."
• • •
JOACHIM NACHBAR, chief me-
for Albert Kahn
Associates, Inc., Architects and
Engineers, has been elected a vice
president of the firm, it is an-
nounced by Sol King, president.
Nachbar has been with the Kahn
organization since 1949, an asso-
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—Israel chestra" to the peoples of the
and Philadelphia joined in a musi- United States, was performed.
cal exchange presented by the
Philadelphia Musical Academy.
The concert opened a series of
events in Philadelphia to honor the
22nd anniversary of the state of
Weddings & Bar Mi t
Israel. For the first time in Amer-
ica, a work by Noam Sheriff, who
dedicated his "Chaconne for Or-
been organized to honor alumni
and friends who have made or
will make $10,000 contributions or
more to Wayne State University.
The Society's executive committee
includes ABRAHAM BORMAN,
chairman of the executive commit-
tee of Borman's Inc., and LESLIE
FOR THE BEST IN
R. SCHMIER, president, Pruden-
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
tial Investment, 19365 Lauder.
• • •
Rabbi MAURICE N. EISEN-
And His Orchestra
DRATH, president of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
received the "Living Faith Award"
of the Los Angeles Council of
Churches from Dr. Horace N.
Mays, executive director of the
Council, which represents 325
Protestant churches in the Los
Angeles metropolitan area.
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The president-elect of Costa
Rica, DR. JOSE FIGUERES, was
the guest of the Jewish National
Fund for a tour of the Costa Rica •
Forest, sponsored by that country's
Ford Recreation Center
Jewish community, situated in the
area of the settlement of Messilat
14305 Farmington Road
Zion in the Jerusalem hills.
Your Bar Mitzva or Wedding
JOEL BENNETT, a 22-year-old-
art student at the University of
Michigan won the best of show
at the recent Southfield Art Fes-
tival over 79 contributing artists.
He also won a second-prize ribbon
in the painting category. Bennett
has just completed studies at the ciate since 1960, and head of the
New York Studio School of draw- firm's mechanical department
ing, painting and sculpture.
since 1968, following three years
• • •
as assistant chief mechanical en-
GORDON L. FREEDMAN, presi- gineer. He is registered as a pro-
dent of Freedman Artcraft Engi- fessional engineer and holds a
neering Corporation, Charlevoix, Master's degree in engineering
received the Small Business Ad- from the Munich Institute of Tech-
ministration's annual award as nology, Munich, Germany.
HAROLD L. FIERMAN, New
• • •
Michigan's "Small Businessman of
York lawyer, businessman and
The Anthony Wayne Society has philanthropist, has received the
the Year" presented by Robert F.
S. Y. Agnon Gold Medal awarded
annually by the Society of Found-
ers of the Hebrew University. The
medal is named in honor of the
Nobel Prize-winning Israeli author
Simon H. Rifkind, a former U.S.
who died recently. It is bestowed
District Court judge currently
on a leading American who has
serving as chairman of the execu-
shown deep concern with philan-
tive committee of the Jewish Two-
thropic, educational and cultural
logical Seminary board of direc-
• • •
tors, will confer on Detroit attor-
ney David M. Miro the seminary's
Mayor John V.
National Community Service
Lindsay of New
Award at a 4:30 p.m. cocktail
York City har
reception June 2 at the Sheraton-
been named the
recipient of the
Many prominent civic and com-
munal leaders, including mem-
Award of the
bers of the legal profession from
Union of Ortho-
dox Jewish Con- Mayor Lindsay
the Detroit area and outstate,
are expected to attend.
gregations of America. The award
will be presented at the organi-
Judge Rifkind, 69, born in Rus-
sia, was brought to the United
zation's annual national dinner, to
be Sunday, at the New York Hil-
States in 1910. He holds a BS de-
ton. Guest of honor and recipient
gree from the College of the City
of the UOJCA Kether Shem Tov
of New York and an LLB from
Award, to be presented at the
Columbia University's law school.
dinner, is Joseph Karasick, UOJCA
A partner in the New York City
president. Moses I. Feuerstein,
law firm of Wagner, Quillinan and
honorary president of the Orthodox
Rifkind since 1930, he was appoint-
Union, is dinner chairman.
ed a U.S. district judge of the
Southern New York District in
A new publication, Know Your
1941. On Oct. 8, 1945, he was made adviser to General Eisenhower on
Jewish matters in the American Michigan, has been produced by
the Michigan Department of State
Judge Rifkind is a graduate of to coincide with the observance of
Teachers Institute of the Jew- Michigan Week. The 32-page book,
If -edding the
ish Theological Seminary of Amer- with 19 full-color illustrations, re-
ica and in 1946 received the Teach. places an older and less compre-
ers Institute's Nehemiah Gitelson hensive publication of the same
Award for distinguished achieve- name, Secretary of States James
ment by a graduate.
M. Hare said.
Rifkind to Confer Award
of Seminary on David M. Miro
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Cultural, athletic and social Sunday, from 1 to 9 p.m., in the
events topped by an art show will
congregation's large ball, will be
highlight the Family Festival paintings, etchings and litho-
Weekend sponsored by all the affil-
graphs of Chagall, Picasso,
iated organizations of Cong. Beth
Rembrandt, Renoir, Degas and
Achim starting today at the South-
field synagogue site.
A puppet show for very young
The festival will open with a
brief Sabbath service of prayer, children will be presented from 3
8:15 p.m. today, followed by a to 5 p.m. on Sunday, which will
MISS FRANCINE SEYMOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Seymour
of Ann Arbor announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Fran-
cine Gina to Burton Charles
youth-oriented oneg Shabat. Dr.
Marvin Margolis will discuss the
problems disturbing teen-agers to-
At the Saturday night melave
malka, which will begin at 9 p.m.
man Krieger of Dayton.
The bride-elect attends Ohio
State University. She is affiliated
with Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority.
Mr. Krieger is a graduate of
Ohio State University and is pres-
ently a graduate fellow at OSU.
He is a member of Tau Epsilon
Phi Fraternity, Beta Gamma
Sigma national scholastic honor
society, Pace Setters business hon-
orary fraternity and Keromos pro-
fessional engineering fraternity.
A fall wedding . ls planned. '
ture the participation of Lahav
members. The guest speaker will
be Rabbi Gerald A. Goldman, di-
rector of the Bnai Brith Hillel
Krieger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- a special Havdala service will fea-
Foundation at the University of
On Sunday, beginning at 1:30
p.m., Beth Achim's outdoor fa-
cilities will be utilized for track,
field and other sporting events
in which pre-teens and teen-
agers will compete. On display
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allow young parents to browse at
the art show while their children
are being entertained. Films for
children will be shown throughout
the afternoon. Prizes will be dis-
tributed, and refreshments will be
Serving on the coordinating com-
mittee with the chairman, Rabbi
Milton Arm, are Sheldon Adelson,
Cantor and Mrs. Simon Bermanis,
Elliot Burns, Donald Davis, Dr.
Manuel Feldman, Larry Fox, Rab-
bi Benjamin H. Gorrelick, Ro-
chelle Gutman, Gerald Keller,
Bernard Panush, Louis Rosen,
George Rossman, Michelle Sher,
Sidney Silverman and Cheryl
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