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July 03, 1970 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-07-03

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Friday, July 3, 1970 - 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bnai David Students Receive Awards;
Two Get Scholarships for Israel

Standing from left: Rabbi
Hayim Donin, Rabbi Aaron Bran-
der, Irwin Weisberg, Meyer
Berman, Max Sosin, Rabbi Meir
L. Lieberson, Cantor Hyman J.
Adler. Front row: Linda Cogan,
Bruce Aaron, Beth Sosin, Bar-
bara Jaffe.
• • •
At the Bnai David High School
graduation, Meyer Berman, chair-

17,000 Youth to Spend
Israel Summer at Camp

NEW YORK—More than 17,000
American Jewish youths, age 10-18,
will spend this summer in 37 sum-
mer camps of the Zionist youth
movements throughout the United
States and Canada. The number of
campers will be the largest ever
sent.
On the staffs of the Zionist youth
camps there are regular "shlihim"
(emissaries) of the Israel youth
movements; as well as members
of the special Israel delegation of
educators to summer camps.
The American Zionist youth
camps, conducted by nine youth
movements, constitute the largest
Jewish camping organization in
the United States and Canada.
The camp facilities have -been
improved this year, and the pro-
grams have been broadened and
offer diversified additions to the
program.

People
Make News

Grandson's Experience Spurred
Abraham Shiffman in Israel Efforts

Israel address at Kenyon College.
Together with his grandfather he
arranged for a rebuttal by Avra-
HARRY ZUGER, 650 Merrick,
ham Harman, at that time am-
has recently been appointed pro-
bassador to the U.S. and now
fessor of English literature at
president of the Hebrew Univer-
Schiller College in West Germany.
sity. More than 1,000 students and
He received his PhD. degree in
faculty gave an ovation to Har-
English from Wayne State Univer-
man.
sity at the school's June 20 com-
Then the grandfather went to
mencement. Dr. Zuger was born
Israel, where he established a
and educated in Detroit, and is the
high school, and, recognizing
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zuger
the need for a faculty, also fi-
of W. Eight Mile Rd. He is married
nanced a special department in
and has two children.
education, both at the Hebrew
• • •
University.
MICHAEL CAPLAN, son of Mr.
,Joseph Jackier, who presided at
Mrs. Arthur Caplan, former De-
the dinner, also enumerated Fish-
troiters of Cincinnati, was award-
man's many other philanthropies
ed the Kate Mack Award by the
—the Shiffman Clinic at Sinai Hos-
Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
pital, the Wayne State University
The award honors outstanding
Seymour Fishman (right) pre-
medical library and numerous
young leaders in the Jewish com-
sents Hebrew University award
other outstanding gifts, additional
man of the board of education of munity and has been presented
to Abraham Fishman.
to his generosity to the Allied
Cong. Bnai David, awarded Israel only twice previously since its
• • •
Jewish Campaign and to the
scholarships to Bruce Aaron and creation five years ago. The award
A grandfather shared his grand-
Beth Sosin.
carries a $1,000 gift for a trip to son's deep concern over anti- Torch Fund.
Jackier toasted the guest of
The runners-up Linda Cogan and Israel. A graduate of Wayne State Israel propaganda heard in an
Barbara Jaffe received the "Excel- University, Caplan is married to address on his college campus, honor in recognition of his con-
tributions
and his communal in-
lence in Studies" awards.
the former Marsha Epstein and is and out of it grew a dedication
terests.
Sheldon Dolinka, Barbra Fink, the father of two sons.
to Israel and to the Hebrew Uni-
In
the
course
of his presentation,
• • •
Judy Goodman, Barbara Jaffe,
versity in Jerusalem.
Fishman announced that a labora-
and Shelli Liebman received the
Rabbi CHARLES D. MINTZ of
Abraham Shiffman, the grand- tory is being established at the
synagogue attendance awards for Philadelphia, who has served for father, related the experience at
Hebrew University by the family
excellent attendance at the Bnai several years as regional director the dinner of Detroit Friends of
of the late Israel Hertz and that
David synagogue throughout the of the Pennsylvania and Ohio Val- the Hebrew University, Monday,
a sizeable gift towards the college
1969-70 year.
ley Councils of the Union of Ameri- at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, after he of pharmacy has been made by the
Max Sosin, president of Cong. can Hebrew Congregations, has received the Hebrew University Aesculapian Society.
Bnai David, extended greetings on been appointed director of a re- Torch of Learning from Seymour
The Torch of Learning sculp-
behalf of the synagogue. Linda Co- structured program of fund rais- Fishman, executive vice president
tured piece given to Shiffman
gar gave the valedictory address. ing for the UAHC and the Hebrew of American Friends of the He-
was designed by Chaim Gross.
Rabbi Hayim Donin gave the Union College-Jewish Institute of brew University.
The guest sneaker was Prof.
Shiffman told how his grandson,
Religion.
main address.
Aryeh Goren of the Hebrew Uni-
• • •
The Bnai David Sisterhood pre-
Richard Levy, heard an anti-
versity who presently is a visiting
sented prayer books to each grad-
IRVING ROTH, a member of the
professor at Harvard.
uate.
Washington, D.C., Hebrew Congre-
Goren and Fishman described
The graduates wrote and pre- gation, has been elected a vice
the dedication of students in Israel
sented an original cantata entitled president of UAL, Inc., and its
to their studies, in spite of the
"Judaism Is . . ." The musical wholly-owned subsidiary, United
duties they also owe the state
part of the cantata was directed Air Lines. Roth, formerly was
in their capacity of members of
by Cantor Hyman J. Adler and the director of the Bureau of Eco-
the armed forces.
narration was directed by Julian nomics of the Civil Aeronautics
Both indicated that Israel's
Liebman.
Board, will serve as vice presi-
strength lies in the fact that while
Meyer Berman and Rabbi Aaron dent of financial relations of UAL.
the nation must defend itself and
Brander presented diplomas to the Inc., and as vice president and
the students consider it a prime
graduates.
assistant to the senior vice presi-
duty to serve in the army of de-
dent of finance and property of
fense. the major interest in Israel
A married man forms married United Air Lines.
is the advancement of cultural

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RAYMOND M. KALMAN has
sity standards.
dependent on the sea. — George been appointed a consultant in the
Goren described the contrasts
Bernard Shaw.
small cities department of the
in studies, as they were experi-
Council of Jewish Federations and
enced
by his sons, in Israel and
Welfare Funds' national staff,
later in Boston. now to be resumed
Philip Bernstein, executive vice
again
in Jerusalem. He spoke
president of the organization, an-
glowingly of the urge for learn-
nounced. Kalman will be working
ing
by
the
Israeli students.
on the problems of Jewish com-
Dr. Richard Hertz gave both
June 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Domi
munities in cities with a population
the invocation and the benediction
Leon
Botstein,
23,
has
been
nick David Vocino (Bonnie Mar of 5,000.
at the dinner.
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lowe), 26480 Roanoke, Oak Park
College, an experimental school
The hardest thing is writing a
a daughter, Lori Beth.
in northern New Hampshire. He
recommendation for someone we
Is the youngest college head in
know. —Kin Hubbard
VOWS
May 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
the U.S.

23-Yr.-Old Named
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June 24—"o Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Gordon (1% arsha Albert), 4327
Judson, Royal Oak, a daughter,
Stacie Nicole.

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June 19 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Berke (Linda Weisman),
22145 Kenosha, Oak Park, a son,
Marc Daniel.
• • •
June 18—To Mr. and Mrs.' Har-
vey Pearlman (Barbara Horwitz)
29260 Marshall, Southfield, a
daughter, Michelle Gail.

• •

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June 17—To former Detroiters
Dr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Seltzer
(Carolann Dvorin) of Charleston.
S.C. a son, Harry Preston.
• • •
June 16 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Gerold Maier Lynn (Neddie F.
Stein), 15220 Northgate, Oak Park,
a son, Mark Joseph.




June 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Ertz (Marcia Shapiro), 22101 Strat-
ford, Oak Park, a daughter, Gayle
Andrea.
• • •
June 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
G. Larky (Barbara Braverman)
14730 Talbot, Oak Park, a son
Adam Steven.
• • •
June 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert B. Miller (Miriam Wolfe),
3212 Greenfield, Royal Oak, a
daughter, Dana Leigh.

Friday. The Jewish News
needs PAK mechanics who can
back up brilliant writing.

MISS HERMI LIPMAN

Mr. and Mrs. William Lipman of
Spruce Dr., Birmingham, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Hermi Janice 'o Howard Kalman
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Stone of Minneapolis.
Miss Lipman is a graduate of
Michigan Lutheran College. Mr.
Stone attended the Minnesota
School of Business.
A November wedding is planned.

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cult, and to put one's thoughts into
action is the most difficult thing in
the world. — Goethe.

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