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October 11, 1974 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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WSU and U-M Assign New Associate
Directors for Hillel Foundations

Wayne State University
and the University of Michi-
gan have been assigned new
associate directors for their
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation.
The national Hillel commis-
sion announced the appoint-

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U-M Hillel Foundation Series

ments of Rabbi William
Blank at WSU, and Rabbi
Paul Saiger at U-iL
Rabbi Saiger is a June
graduate of the Hebrew Col-
lege in , New York. Rabbi
Blank was graduated in June
from the Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati and his
position was made possible
through increased support by
the Detroit Jewish Welfare
Federation.
The Hillel commission an-
nounced a total of 13 ap-
pointments to college posts
throughout the United States.

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MAXWELL JOSPEY

Kaufman Dinner
Reservations
Still Available --

Maxwell Jospey, honorary
chairman of the Oct. 20 Israel
Bond tribute dinner honoring
Ira Kaufman, announces res-
ervations are - still available
for the dinner. Nate Feldman
is dinner chairman.
Kaufman will be presented
with the Israel Prime Minis-
ter's Medal by Maj. Gen.
Shiomo Lahat, mayor of Tel
Aviv.
It also was announced that
at a recent parlor meeting
held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Maisel honor-
ing Kaufman, more than
$150,000 was raised for Israel
Bonds.
Attending the parlor meet-
ing were Feldman, Kaufman
and Jacques Torczyner, past
president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America.

Ex-Kalamazoo Chief
to Be Cited by Bonds

James S. Gilmore Jr., phil-
anthropist, civic and business
leader, will be the guest of
honor at an Israel Bond trib-
ute dinner 7 p.m. Oct. 19 at
Holiday Inn West, Kalama-
zoo.
Dr. Ben Appel and Mrs.
Isadore Goldstein, co-chair-
men of the Israel Bond com-
mittee, announced that Gil-
more is being cited for "his
strengthening of Israel's econ-
omy as past joint chairman
and financial chairman of
Israel Bonds drives in Kala-
mazoo, Kent and Calhoun
counties." In 1961 he was
selected as master of cere-
monies at several Israel Bond
events.
During his tenure as mayor
of_Kalamazoo (1959-1961), he
was selected by the State
Department to meet with
other city officials in Israel
where he attended a special
meeting with former Prime
Minister iGolda Meir.
For information, call Mrs.
Goldstein, 342-5728, or write
her at 2106 Helen, Kalamazoo
49002.

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The governing board of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dation at the University of
Michigan will present the
first Brunhild Kapustin Me-
morial lecture 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the U-M Hil-
lel Foundation, 1429 H ill ,
Ann Arbor.
The series was established
in memory of the late Mrs.
Kapustin, wife of Rabbi Max
Kapustin, Hillel director at
Wayne State University.
Guest speaker will be
Prof. Alexander Altmann,
Lown Professor of Jewish
Philosophy at Brandeis Uni-
versity. He will speak on
"Moses Mendelssohn and the

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Youth
News

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Bnai Moshe
Youth Events

Kadima United Synagogue
Youth grades 7-8 will hold an
oneg Shabat program 8 p.m.
today at the home of adviser,
Sharon Landau, 24231 Gard-
ner, Oak Park. Bnai Moshe's
new assistant, Rabbi RoSen-
baum, will speak, and re-
freshments will be served.
Halutzim USY, grades 5-
6 announces Diane Goldring
will be the group's adviser
this year. Election of officers
will be held 1:30 p.m. Sunday
in the youth lounge. A -sur-
prise movie social will follow.
Persons interested in joining
may call Diane, 851-372'7.
Senior USY will sponsor a
citywide square dance 8:30
p.m. Oct. 26 at the syna-
gogue. For information, call
Lea Stollman, 547-5891.
Junior congregation will
hold its nomination of offi-
cers 10 a.m. Saturday during
Sabbath services. The follow-
ing week elections will be
held. Youngsters, age 9-13
may become members of
Junior congregation by at-
tending only three Sabbath
services.
Talit and Tefilin Club, for
boys age 13 and older will
meet 8:30 a.m. Sunday in
the chapel. Following serv-
ices and breakfast there will
be a bowling meeting.
For information on youth
activities, call Danny Kap-
lan at the synagogue, 548-
9000, or at home, 398-7422.

YI Teen Groups _
Announce Events

The Halutzim grades 3-5,
and Junior Young Israel
teens, grades 6-8, will spon-
sor a youth luncheon for all
its members 12:30 p.m. Sun-
day, at Young Israel of Oak-
Woods. The senior Young Is-
rael Teens group is invited.
Junior YI Teens will hold
a yOuth Shabat at 9 a.m. serv-
ice Oct. 19 at Young Israel
of Greenfield. Luncheon will
follow.
Halutzim will go. bowling
on Oct. 27 meeting 1:30 p.m.
at Young Israel of Greenfield.
Refreshments will be served.
For information on activi-
ties of "the junior Young Is-
rael youth groups, call Hart-
ley Harris, 968-3563.

Beginning of Modern Jewish
History."
Prof. Altmann is a Fellow
of the American Academy of
Arts and Sciences. Born and
educated in Germany, he
held a pulpit in Manchester,
England. His numerous pub-
lications in English, Hebrew
and German include articles
on classical rabbinic litera-
ture, medieval Judeo-Arabic
philosophy, Jewish mysti-
cism,, 18th Century Enlight-
ment, and modern Jewish
thought. -
The governing board of the
Bnai Brith Folindation an-
nounces the establishment of
the lectureship in recogni-
tion of Mrs. Kapustin's de-
votion and appreciation of
Torah and Jewish scholar-
ship. The lectureship is es-
tablished in perpetuity, ac-
cording to the Hillel board.
The public is invited at no
charge. For information, call
the U-M Hillel Foundation,
1-663-4129.

U.S. Army Short
of M-60 Tanks
Sold to Israel

The sale of 1,000 U.S.
tanks to Israel last fall dur-
ing the Yom Kippur War has
depleted the supply of tanks
available to the U.S. Army.
According to the Detroit
Free Press, Pentagon offi-
cials are concerned that the
Chrysler Corp. Detroit Tank
Plant in Warren can not
quickly replenish the M-60
medium tanks sold to Is-
rael.
A Pentagon spokesman
said the situation is not "dan-
gerous or threatening," but
the Army is anxious to build
up its tank reserve. Chrysler
is having trouble increasing
production due to a shortage
of large castings needed to
produce tank turrets and
hulls.
Many of the tanks sold to
Israel were taken from reg-
ular Army units in the U.S.
and Europe, although some
of the tanks were the older
M-48 model.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 11, 1974-43

Business
Briefs

THE BOOTERY, ladies
fashion shoe salons, will cele-
brate its 10th anniversary
Tuesday. Founded by Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bishop, the
original location at New Or-
leans Mall has spread to
Bloomfield Commons, Or-
chard Mall and Birmingham.
As a result of the chain's
continued expansion, Mr.
Alan's Men's Bootery opened
recently at New Orleans Mall.
Alan Bishop, and Mr. and
Mrs. Brian Cohen manage
the store.

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at the S.S. White Bldg.,
Southfield. "Pension and Re-
tirement Programs for Indi-
viduals or Professional Cor-
porations" will be discussed
in relation to Israel Bonds.
Max Camhi, a certified public
accountant, will be guest
panelist. Members of the den-
tal profession are invited.
For information, call Al
Berke, 968-0200, or Harvey
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Beth El Officer
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Irving I. Katz, executive
secretary of Temple Beth El,
has written an article on the
Detroit Jewish community
which will appear in the
1974 supplementary yearbook
of the Encyclopedia' Judaica.
The yearbook will be avail-
able in December.
Katz was also the author
of 10 articles in the original
edition of the encyclopedia.

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