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June 07, 1974 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-07

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Rabbi Roseman Succeeds Leon Jick at Institute

26001 COOLIDGE HWY

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OAK PARK

WELLESLEY, Mass. —
Rabbi Kenneth Roseman,
dean of Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati and assist-
ant professor of American

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Jewish history, has been
named director of the Insti-
tute for Jewish Life, succeed-
ing Dr. Leon Jick. Jerold
Hoffberger, chairman of the
institute, made the announce-
ment:
Dr. Roseman was ordained
from Hebrew Union College
in 1966. He is the author of
a student reference work,
"Dramatic Moments hi Jew-
ish History," winner of the
Emanuel Gamoran Memo-.
rial Curriculum Award at the

1964 convention of the Na-
tional Association of Temple
Educators. He has published
several articles and received
a PhD from HUC in June
1972. His dissertation was on
"The Jewish Population of
America, 1850-1860: a Demo-
graphic Study of Four cities."

People who always speed
on the highways live in dan-
ger of arriving at the end
suddenly.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 7, 1974-9

Shifman's great

MUST sm.E.9

"must" for you, because ifs a"musrfor us!

Finkelstein Due at Seminary
Event Honoring Mrs. Adler

Dr. Louis Finkelstein,
world renowned scholar,
chancellor emeritus of the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America, will present the
seminary's Solomon Schech-
ter Medal to Mrs. Morris
Adler, at a reception in her
honor, 3:30 p.m. June 20.
The even t, previously
scheduled for the Standard
City Club, has been trans-
ferred to Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek.
Regarded as one of the out-
standing religious leaders
and scholars on the Ameri-
can scene, the Cincinnati-
born Rabbi Finkelstein holds
honorary degrees from Col-
umbia University, Boston
University, Dropsie Univer-
sity, Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion,
Temple University; Fordham
University, Southeastern
Massachusetts Technological
Institute, Manhattan College,

*

DR. LOUIS FINKELSTEIN

* *

Newton N. Minow
Heads JTS Board

Yale University and New
York University. Among the
scholarly works he has edit-
ed is the two-volume "The
Jews: Their History, Culture
and Religion." A third re-
vised edition of this work
was published in 1960.

Talk about "too much of a good thing". We got so hepped up about the new spring
and summer styles this year that we over-bought. We must reduce our
inventory immediately. So our Suits, Slacks and Sport Coats are all reduced 1 ! 3 starting
NOW. We figure with savings like these, Shifman's Sale is a "must" for you.

In 1963, Dr. Finkelstein
was named by President
John F. Kennedy a member
of'the five-man delegation to
the coronation of Pope Paul
VI. He received the Phi Epsi-
lon Pi National Service
Award in 1952. In 1943-44
he was Ingersoll lecturer on
the immortality of man, at
Harvard University. In 1940
he was awarded the Town-
send Harris medal, and in
the same year, was appoint-
ed by President Franklin D.
Roosevelt to succeed Dr.
Cyrus Adler as representa-
tive of Judaism to advise the
President on steps for world
peace.
Dr. Finkelstein continues
to serve as Solomon Schech-
ter Professor of Theology on
the faculty of the seminary's
rabbinical school. He was the
fourth president of the sem-
inary. Dr. Gerson Cohen suc-
ceeded him to the presidency
three years ago.

Newton N. Minow of New
York, former chairman of
the Federal Communications
Commission, has been named
chairman of the board of
overseers of the Jewish The-
ological Seminary of Amer-
ica.

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The practice of true reli-
gion consists principally in
two great branches, giving
honor to God, and doing good
to men.—Samuel Clarke.

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OUR ENTIRE GROUP OF
FAMOUS MAKER SUITS
IS NOW ON SALE.
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latest Eagle, Johnny
a rson, Pierre Cardin,
smbin of Canada, Gro-
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signer styles. All sizes.
Free alterations.

PARTS

SPORT COATS

.

BIG SELECTION OF
DRESS SLACKS ALL
SIZES.
Knits, polyesters, da-
crons, wools and cottons.
All colors in both solids
and patterns, and all
sizes. Free alterations.

ALL SPORTCOATS
MUST GO.
Famous designer styles,
Stanley Blacker, Roger
Hill, Pierre Cardin, Rubin
of Canada, Johnny Car-
son and many otheis.
Some sport coat and
slack combinations. All
sizes, all styles at 1/3 off.
Free alterations.

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, .
Seminary Ordains Detroiters

Cherry Hill Road and Inkster
Mon. - Wed. 'til 5:30
Thurs. - Sat. 'til 9:00

Paul Drazen, son of Mrs. Sylvia Katzman of Southfield,
accepts a diploma certifying his completion of work for the
degree of master of arts from Rabbi David C. Kogen, left,
vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica. With them is Rabbi Stanley Rosenbaum, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rosenbaum of Southfield, who was ordained as
rabbi, teacher and preacher at the seminary's 80th com-
mencement, May 19 at Park Avenue Synagogue, New York.
Others from the Detroit area honored on this occasion were
Rabbi Paul Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Schnei-
der of Southfield, who was ordained, and Karni Allon, who
lives with her husband, Emanuel, in Detroit, recipient of
the degree of bachelor of Hebrew literature.

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