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February 11, 1972 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-11

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viotiale•Attinitase served-as. tailor: Hammy Is l9+einne:b r f 4Mr: and Jim.
Moshe TUtnatier. Mrs. Ttitnauer is the former Marten , Weingarden of serving, ".3his terrii-41rabbinie in=
Detroit. Nahum's grandmothers, Mrs. Newton (Dciothy) Weingarden •erns;-A3elping in congregations
and Mrs. Charles A. Smith of Southfield, and his great-grandmother while learning at "first hand the
attended.
responsibilities they will assume
after ordination in June.
Bruce Charnov is assisting Rabbi

Yeshiva Event to Honor David Cohens

Students taking a class in "The volve a significant question of
Development of Public Law in the Ka short.
Jewish Tradition" are studying -the
The Beth Din has agreed to deli-
question, "Should foods injected berate on the question.
with questionable chemical anti-
biotics and preservatives be de-
clared unkosher?" The course is

.

being taught at Hebrew College in
Boston.
According to Dr. Eli Grad, a
Henry Glazer at Temple.. Ansche
former Detroiter and president of
Chesed, New York City, and Leon Hebrew-College, the project is an
Waldman is working with Rabbi outgrowth of an attempt
lby the
Samuel Shaffler at Temple Gates
college to insert relevancy into
of Prayer, Flushing, N.Y.
classical Jewish teachings.
Charnov, who comes original-
The students have taken the
ly from Michigan, received his
course one step further by bring-
bachelors degree from the Uni-
ing
a class action suit and in-
versity of Michigan in 1968. Dur-
quiry "Kashrut and Food Con-
ing college, he attended the
sidered
Dangerous to Life or
Summer Institute of Jewish
Human Health," to the Beth Din
Studies at the seminary, and en-
(Rabbinical Court of Justice) of
tered the rabbinical department
Boston.
in 1968.
The students, before taking ac-
He has received his masters tion
consulted scientists, congres-
degree from the seminary, winning sional
committees and talmudic
the Alexander Lamport prize in
texts.
In their brief, they conclud-
Talmud. Charnov is a teacher in
ed
that
certain
hormones and anti-
the Hebrew high school of the five

for their contributions to Jewish
life in metropolitan Detroit.
The Cohens soon will leave for
Israel, where they will join their
two daughters, sons-in-law and
grandchildren, who have settled
there.
An attorney, Cohen is former
president of the Yeshiva, member
of its executive board, president
of Merkaz and former president
of Cong. Bnai David.
Everyn Cohen has served as
president of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America,
MR. AND MRS. DAVID J. COHEN women's division of Detroit, mem-
ber of the Mizrachi study group,
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah will and volunteer worker for Jewish towns in Cedarhurst. He formerly biotics routinely administered to
hold its annual midwinter melave Family and Children's Service and served as assistant to the rabbi cattle and poultry represent the
Malka 8:30 p.m. Feb. 19 in honor its Jewish blind.
and assistant principal of the con- possibility of "danger to life or
of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Cohen,
human health" and, therefore, in-
gregation in Greenwich, Conn.

-

People
Make News

ROBERT VAN DEN BERGH, a
Jewish statesman, has become a
member of the Netherlands Coun-
cil of State. Van Den Bergh is a
lawyer and a member of the gov-
ernment Labor Party.
• • •

WALT DOHERTY, former direc-
tor of public relations at Sinai Hos-
pital, has joined • Gordon Walker
Associates Realtors.

• • •

Britain's Foreign Secretary Sir
ALEC DOUGLAS-HOME will pay
an official visit to Israel from
March 21-24.
• *

HANS HARE, renowned author,
has accepted an invitation from
Premier Golda .Mein to visit Israel
in April.

Business
Briefs

TEMPYX) BUSINESS SERVICES,
INC. and its main division, Some-

body Sometime Temporary Help
Specialists, announced the appoint-
ment of IRVING A. HERSHMAN
as executive vice president and
chief operating officer. Hershman
has a master's degree in market-
ing and economics from Wayne
State University. He is a member
of Bnai Brith and Young Israel
and a member of the board of di-
rectors of the American Technion
Society.
• • •
MARTIN E. CITRIN, president
of the CITRIN OIL CO. has been
elected to the board of directors
of Allied Supermarkets, the De-
troit-based chain which operates
more than 300 stores in 25 states.
Citrin is vice president of both the
Jewish Welfare Federation and the
Jewish Center. He is a member
of the advisory boards of the Unit-
ed Foundation and the Detroit Ec-
onomic Club and is a member of
the Standard City Club and Frank-

Brevities

1

The YOUNG AMERICANS, 40
bright young singers, instrumental-
ists and dancers, take over the
stage of the Masonic Auditorium,
3 p.m., Sunday. Under the direc-
tion of their founder, Milton C.
Anderson, the performances of the
Young Americans emphasize the
varied musical tastes of our na-
tion and manifest the friendliness
and fresh exuberance which char-
acterizes young America.
• * •
Representing the famed "Golden
City" the PRAGUE SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA comes to Masonic
Auditorium, March 3.
* • •
WOMEN'S SYMPHONY OF DE-
TROIT will hold its annual sweet-
heart dinner-dance 6:30 p.m., Sat-
urday at the Hilton hotel. Reserva-
tions are available at the door, or
call Helen Cuniff, 963-7783.

a * •

The Detroit chapter of the
INTERNATIONAL I4EDITATION
SOCIETY will meet 8 p.m. today
at the Southfield Civic Center,
Parks and Recreation building; 8
and 9 a.m. Monday at Oak Park
High School; 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Birmingham Community House;
8, 9 and 10 a.m. Thursday at
Berkley High School; and 1 and
8 p.m. Wednesday at the Oak Park
Community Center. The group
teaches techniques of gaining deep
rest to dissolve fatigue as taught
by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

A graduate of the University of

Michigan with a BA in 1963, Wald-

Israel overseas sales in 1971 ex-
ceeded $265,000,000 or almost one-
third more than the previous year.
The leading market for Israeli
diamonds remained the United
States, which purchased over $74,-
00,000, 89,000,000 more than the
previous year.
Abraham Schnitzler, chairman of
the
Diamond Industrialists Associ-
lin Hills Country Club.
ation, reported that though the dia-
itt
mond industry is booming it is
SUPERIOR POTATO CHIPS short of manpower and immigrants
announces that having compiled lacking specific skills or profes-
with the tests required by the sions are being diverted to it.
Michigan Kashrut Council, its po-
Schnitzler said that a group of
tato chip products now will bear 125 Jewish emigres recently arriv-
the emblem of "Kosher and ed from the Soviet Georgian Repub-
Parve." Superior Potato Chips lic are presently undergoing train-
will be available during Passover ing as diamond polishers and cut-
holidays.
ters.

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EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?

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man entered the seminary in 1967.
Since 1956, he has been involved
with the Ramah camps as camper,
counselor and supervisor. He also
has been active in Leaders Train-
ing Fellowship, the high school
youth movement of Conservative
Judaism, serving as its national
director in 1969 and 1970. Waldman
holds a masters degree from the
seminary. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Waldman of Berkley
Rd., Berkley.

Sanford Weinreb, executive di-
rector of the Greater Philadelphia
Council of the American Jewish
Congress, said the "coalition"
hoped to provide an outlet for those
Jews who disapprove of the Viet-
nam War but have been "reluct-
Israeli Diamond Industry ant" to participate in anti-war
demonstrations
which often include
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dustry reported a record year of Israel
bias," he said.
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The statement will be sent to
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