Profriinent Boston businessman
JOSEPH M. LINSEY has been
named honorary vice chairman of
"Brandeis 25," an annual giving
program which seeks to provide
Brandeis University with $10,000,-
000 a year in unrestricted funds.
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at Aliya Meeting
Katz' Judaica Works
The Association of Americans
and Canadians for Aliya Detroit
Chapter will hear A. M. (Bill)
Arbib, head of the immigrant ad-
visory department of Bank Leumi,
Tel Aviv, 8:30 p.m. Thursday at
the 10 Mile Jewish Center.
Arbib will discuss the financial
aspects of moving to Israel.
A native of England, Arbib was
a dealer on the London Stock Ex-
change prior to World War II, when
he served in the British army,
rising to lieutenant colonel in the
On discharge, he joined the
London office of the Anglo-Pales-
tine Bank (now Bank Leumi)
and was transferred to the head
office in Tel Aviv in 1949.
Currently he is president of the
Tel Aviv Better Business Bureau,
deputy director of the Tel Aviv
Stock Exchange and chairman of
the board of its clearinghouse. A
founder of the executive of the
Association of British Settlers in
Israel, Arbil) also is on the execu-
tive council of AKIM, the Associa-
tion for Rehabilitation of Mentally
Fish and visitors smell in three
The book collections of eight De-
troiters, including the 10,000-volume
Judaica library of Irving I. Katz,
are represented in a Detroit Public
Library exhibit through June 30.
Besides Katz, the collectors in-
clude the Ned I. Chalat family,
who collect works illustrated by
the British artist Arthur Rackham;
Matthew Holtzmann, a junior at
the University of Michigan who
'collects comic books and science
fiction as a part of social history;
and Richard Levey, who collects
works by and about Aldous Huxley,
the British writer.
Also among the collectors are
Robert H. Cowden, music and
theater history; Mary Rose Hall,
ghost stories; Josephine Harreld
children's literature and
MISS HEIDI KIRMAN
music of France; and John M.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kirman of Magel, editions of and works re-
Jerome Ave., Oak Park, announce lated to the Kasidah, a poem by
the engagement of their daughter Sir Richard Burton.
Heidi Janice to Melvin Leslie
Turbow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Turbow of Arden Park Cir., Farm-
Miss Kirman is a senior at
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of the business school at WSU,
where he was affiliated with Tau
Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
A late August wedding is planned.
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TAU EPSILON RHO LAW FRA-
TERNITY, Detroit Graduate Chap-
ter, will hold its annual dinner-
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dance May 29 at Tam O'Shanter
Country Club. Chicago attorney
(across frees Raleigh House)
Marvin Temple, supreme chancel-
lor of the fraternity, and his wife,
will be honored guests. For reser-
vations, call Gabriel Moscow,
353-0140, before Saturday.
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Friday, May 21, 1971-33
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Please shop Early for this Holiday
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Scheduled This Sunday
The Hebrew Benevolent Society
will hold Memorial Day services
11 a.m. Sunday in the veterans
section of Hebrew Memorial Park
(Chesed shel Emes).
(This year, Shavuot falls on May
31, so the observance has been
moved up one week.)
Julius Rosenwald Post of the
American Legion will participate,
as will Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash
of Cong. Shomrey Emunah and
Cantor Hyman Adler of Cong.
Bnai David. Families, relatives
and friends are invited by Paul
Two members of Brandeis Uni-
versity_ fa.culty were elected fel-
lows of the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences, one of Amer-
ica's oldest learned societies. They
are Dr. MAURICE AUSLANDER,
professor of mathematics, and
ARTHUR BERGER, the Irving
Fine Professor of Music.
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