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February 08, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-08

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30—Friday, February 8, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Daniel

Laven to Get Seminary
Nat'l Community Service Award

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Attending the recent board of overseers meeting of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, held in Hollywood.
Fla., were Detroiters, from left, David Goldberg, Mrs.
Moses Lehrman, Rabbi Lehrman, L. Murray Jacobs, presi-
dent of the National Federation of Men's Clubs, Rabbi JJel
Roth, a native Detroiter and professor of Talmud at the
seminary, and Arthur Boschan, an overseer of the seminary

Brevities

HENRY K. MARTIN
CLASSIC THEATER FOR
YOUTH will feature Beth-
Sheva Laikin as Lady Capu-
let in its production of "Ro-
meo and Juliet" Feb. 18-23
in the community arts audi-
torium at the Michigan State
Fairgrounds. Performances
will be held 9:30 and 11 a.m.,
and 1 p.m., Monday through

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THE JOSE GRECO COM-
PANY, featuring Jose Greco,
Antonia Martinez and Matilde
Coral, will host a program of
Spanish dancing, singing and
Anniversary
music 8:30 p.m. today at
Masonic Auditorium. Tickets
are on sale at Hudson's,
Grinnell's and the Masonic
Temple box office.
*
*
An exhibit of paintings and
drawings by Evergood, Soy-
er, Burchfield, Marsh, Shahn,
Levine, Philipp and Flor-
sheim will continue through
March 2 at GARELICK'S
THE SALOMONS
GALLERY in Birmingham.
Hours are 9:30 a.m. - 5:30
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Salo-
p.m. Monday through Satur- mon of Northgate Blvd., Oak
day.
Park, were honored by fami-
* *
ly and friends at a surprise
ANDRE KOSTELANETZ party at Stouffer's North-
will conduct the Detroit Sym- land Inn on the occasion of
phony Orchestra concerts their 50th wedding anniver-
8:30 p.m. Saturday and 3:30 sary.
p.m. Sunday in Ford Audi-
The party was hosted by
torium. Tickets are available their brother and sister-in-
at the Ford Auditorium box law, Mr. and Mrs. Herb
office and at all Hudson's Peritz of Berkeley, Calif.;
and Grinnell's ticket offices.
and their children, Mr. and
* * *
THE MICHIGAN ART ED- Mrs. Henry Dodge and Mr.
UCATION ASSOCIATION's and Mrs. Sid Erlich.
The couple's four grand-
regional art competition will
be held Feb. 14-16 at Or- children also attended.
chard Mall. Winners of this
Out of town guests includ-
competition will be entered ed Alfred Blumenthal of El
in the Michigan Week youth Paso, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
art festival May 17 and 18 at Rosenblatt of Minneapolis;
Central Michigan University. Betty Rechtman of Atlanta;
Works of students of art and the Peritzes.
teachers in Oakland County
Following the party, the
and members of the Michi- S a l o m o n s took a second
gan Art Education Associa-
honeymoon to Las Vegas,
tion will be displayed. .
California and Hawaii.

Stzlomons .1Itirk
50th

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Friday, and 11 a.m., 1 and 3
p.m., Saturday. Tickets are
available at the door.
* *
MEADOW BROOK ART
GALLERY will present "Ra-
jasthani Temple Hangings of
the Krishna Cult" in an ex-
hibition beginning Saturday
and continuing through
March 16. Prof. Walter Spink,
a specialist on Indian art
from the University of Mich-
igan, will give an illustrated
lecture 3 p.m. Saturday in
the Gold Room of Oakland
Center. Hours are 5 p.m.,
Tuesdays through Fridays;
and 2 - 6:30 p.m. Saturdays
and Sundays.

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Daniel A. Laven, Detroit
industrialist and Jewish com-
munity leader, has been
named by the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America
for receipt of its 1974 Na-
tional Community Service
Award.
Laven will receive the
award at the seminary's 15th
annual convocation and din-
ner Feb. 27 in the Diplomat
Hotel, Hollywood, Fla.
The award goes each year
to men and women "for out-
standing service to Jewish
and general causes."
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chan-
cellor of the seminary and
president of its faculties, will
make the presentation to La-
ven "for spreading the teach-
ings, meaning and spiritual
power of the Jewish tradition
through his performance of
good deeds."
Laven wil be cited earlier
in the day at the—seminary's
academic convocation in
Temple Emanu-el of Miami
Beach.
Sharing in the honors will
be Sen. Henry M. Jackson
(D., Wash.), who will re-
ceive the Jewish Theological
Seminary's, Herbert N. Leh-
man Ethics Award. Sen.
Jackson will deliver the prin-
cipal address at the dinner.
Laven, founder and head of
Central Heating and Air Con-
ditioning, Inc., is a former

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JACK E. ROBINSON of
Southfield has been appoint-
ed special representative of
the AMERICAN UNITED
LIFE INSURANCE CO. of
Indianapolis.

*

American Savings
Mortgage Loans Up

DANIEL A. LAVEN

member of the City of Detroit
Examining Board for heating
and air conditioning. He has
been active for many years
in the United Foundation
Torch Drive and is -former
chairman of the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign building and
real estate division. He has
been on tile board of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged for
many years, is a long-
time member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue, a "foundee' of
Yeshiva University and cur-
rent chairman of the Detroit
Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, which honored him in
I 1967 as man of the year. He
is the recipient of the univer-
sity's distinguished service
award, as well as its "Mas-
ter Builder Award".
Laven has been a main
supporter of Yeshivath Beth
Yehuda and is the donor of
three classrooms in the Po-
nevez Yeshiva in Bnai Brak,
Israel. He is a founder of
Bar-Ilan University and in
1953 served as chairman of
the Israel Bond dinner com-
mittee in honor of TrygNe
Lie, first secretary-general
of the United Nations.
Laven, a member of Bnai
Brith since 1929, is a charter
member of Keidan Lodge, of
which he is Israel Bond man
of the year.

American Savings Associa-
tion reported achieving rec-
ord-breaking growth in 1973,
resulting in $100,000,000 in
approved and closed mort-
gage loans. The 49 per cent
increase over 1972 estab- Classifieds Get Quick Results
lished an American Savings
milestone in mortgage lend-
FARMINGTON HILLS
ing, a company spokesman
stated.
HAIR REMOVAL CENTS
Gentle - Effective - Permanent
Savings deposits surpassed
851-9175 for app't.
$306,000,000, marking an in-
LOTTIE D. HALPERIN R. E.
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Total assets reached an all-
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time high of more than $351,-
000,000, over $41,000,000 great-
er than a year ago.
The Best To You 1 .1
Alfred L. Deutsch, chair-
man of the board, reported
that 1973 was one of the most
successful years since Amer-
ican was founded in 1947.
American's year-end state-
ment of condition showed to-
111
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tal assets of $351,917,300,
UM/ 11.1.
compared with $310,699,200 a
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year earlier. Total savings
BIG BANDS OR
accounts of $306,151,900, rep-
SMALL COMBOS
, resenting an increase of $22,-
1 270,700, were reported for the
year.

.

HAL
GORDON

Criterion Club will begin
its music week with a con-
cert by the new Oakway
Symphony Orchestra 4 p.m,
Sunday at Southfield-Lathrup
High School.
Francesco diBlasi will con-
duct, with violinist Mischa
Mischakoff as guest soloist.
The group will see Dr.)
ya m
b op hcoonnyd toi crtc htehse_
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tra 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Oak
Park High S c h o o 1, with
soprano Krysa Koumparakis
as guest artist. The orchestra
will perform Beethoven's
Overture to "Fidelio," and
works by Brahms and Ravel.
The men's chorus of Eastern
Michigan University will per-
form "Scheherazade."
For information, call Betty
Weinberg, 559-5175.

Robin Ann Sherman, daughter of former Detroiters Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Sherman of Sepulveda, Calif., became
Bat Mitzva in a recent ceremony at Temple Beth David
in Van Nuys.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foon of Bell Rd., Southfield, were
honored Sunday by their children, Steven, Karen and Debbie,
at a buffet dinner party at the Pointe-O-Woods Apts. club
house on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Foon's father, Harry Lip-
schutz, and Mrs. Gertrude Weiss Cutler, both of New York
City; and Mrs. Foon's sister, Mrs. Gloria Smith, of Dumont,

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