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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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42—Friday, Nov. 22, 1974

Women's Division Graduates 49

People Make News J

HOWARD CAMDEN of
Winchester Ave., West Bloom-
field, won the $500 first prize
in the American National
Cattlemen's Association cook-
ing contest for his recipe for
Roast-Style Brisket of Beef.

Committee members and graduates of the 1974 Worn-
en's Division leadership seminar.

*

*

The 1974 Women's Lead-
ership Seminar, a six session
course which examines the
work of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, its member ag
encies and its other social
service beneficiaries, recent-
ly graduated 49 students.
During the seminar series,
a selected group of women's
division members tour Fed-

Vice Consul to Talk
on Middle East

Israel's vice consul, Ariel
Kerem, will be in Detroit
Sunday, to provide _a public
information briefing on the-
current Middle Eastern situ-
ation for a select gathering of
Jewish community-leaders.
The invitation-only break-
fast session is sponsored and
coordinated by 'the Jewish
Community Council of Metro-
politan Detroit with the coop-
eration of the local branches
of seven major national Jew-
ish agencies.
Kerem will present a com-
prehensive assessment of Is-
rael's needs, positions, and
viewpoints on the issues sur-
rounding t h e Palestinian
question and its effect upon
prospects for peace in the
Middle East. He also will
provide informative bacjc-
ground materials for those in
attendance.

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liar: even when he tells the
truth, no one believes him.
—Talmud

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eration agencies, inspect fa-
cilities, and familiarize them-
selves with programs and
services available to the com-
munity.
• This year's course began
Oct. 3 with an introductory
meeting on "Leadership"
and "The Federation Idea."
It was followed by a tour of
the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice & Arnold E. Frank Com-
munity Workshop.
Other agencies visited were
the Jewish Community Cen-
ter, Federation Apartments,
and Borman Hall Jewish
Home for Aged.
The Fresh Air facility in
Ortonville, Camp Tamarack,
was also visited. The last
leadership session focussed
on overseas agencies and re-
cent events in Israel.
Leadership participants are
contributors to the Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund.
Officers of this year's wom-
en's division leadership sem-
inar are:

Harvey L. Kleinman, Marvin E.
Klein, Alfred M. Kreindler, Har-
vey Lash, Melvin: A. Lester, Ger-
ald L. Levin, Harold B. Minkus,
Douglas A. Moss, Robert G. Port-
noy, James L. Rosenbaum, Mel-
yin B. Rosenhaus, Everett N. Rot.
tenberg,. Robert Schmier, Ronald
Schmier, Bernard J. Shapiro,
Marvin D. Siegel, Curtis Slotkin,
Joel D. Tauber, Arthur K. Wein-
feld and Robert L. Ziegelman.

398 -7211



RABBI DAVID H. PAN-
ITZ, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Emanuel of Paterson,
N.Y., was named chairman
of the Joint Commission on
Rabbinic Placement under
the auspices of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, the Rabbinical As-
sembly and the United Syn-
agogue of America.

*

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Dr. Walter Ackerman has
been "appointed director of
Camp Ramah, Canada. Dr.
Ackerman, director of Camp
Ramah Ojai, Calif., for the
past 10 years, headed the
Beth El Day School in Belle
Harbor, N. Y.; was director
of the Yavneh Camp and
Summer School in New
Hampshire, was a Hebrew
school teacher in Boston and
a teacher in Ben Shemen, Is-
rael. The camp, located near
Skeleton Lake, Ontario, is a
religious a n d educational
camp supervised by the
Teachers' Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary
and is sponsored by the Jew-
ish Theological Society of
Canada.

*

RABBI JACK SHECHTER,
spiritual leader of Cong. Bnai
Israel of Pittsburgh, Pa.,
was appointed chairman of
the 1975 convention of the
Rabbinical Assembly, to be
held April 20-24 in New York.

SEYMOUR ZATE of
Wendy Ln., Southfield, was
Committee members are: named a registered architect
Mesdames Jerome Acker, James by the American Institute of
M. August, Harbld Daitch, Gary Architects in a recent cere-
Eisenberg, Emery Grosinger, Mar-
tin Hart, Henry Lee, Gerald B. mony in Birmingham, He
Meltzer, Herbert' Miller, Allan received a certificate for
Nachman, Richard D. Schwartz,
John H. Shepherd, Richard Silver- completing his state exami :
man, Robert Slatkin and Milton. nations.
Y. Zussman.
*
Graduates are: Mesdames
PROF. JOSHUA A. FISH-
Jacob I; Alspector, Julius S.
Barr, Ronald Bassey, Morris Bed- MAN, research professor of
narsh, Michael D. Bloom, Stephen
A. Bromberg, Ian Cascade, Law- social sciences at Yeshiva
rence S. Cohen, Martin Cohen, University, has been named
Marvin C. Daitch, Leonard R. Far-
ber, Michael J. Federman, Her- editor of • the YIVO-bleter, a
man Foster, Norman Foster, Den- Yiddish periodical. Published
nis Frank, Howard P. Friedman,
Joel D. Gershenson, Edward D. since 1931, the periodical is
Gold, Robert T.. Goldman, Paul devoted to research papers
S. Gould, Stephen Hayman, Bruce
Hillman, Paul Hooberman, Jerold on Jewish history, Yiddish
H. Hoskow, . Herbert H. Jacob, literature and folklore and
Joseph M. Jacobson, Ronald Kane, Jewish sociology.
Irving Keene, David H. Kirsch,

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JULIUS J. HARWOOD of
Northfield Blvd., Oak Park,
member of the Michigan
Technological U n i v e r s ity
Board of Control, has accept-
ed an invitation to be a Cecil
H. and Ida Green visiting
professor at the University of
British Columbia, Vancouver.
Director of the physical sci-
ences laboratory, scientific
research staff at Ford Motor
Co., Harwood has published
numerous articles and sever-
al books on corrosion, high
temperature, materials, new
material developments, and
the management and admin-
istration of industrial
re-
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search.
*
DR. JOEL I. HAMBUR-
GER was named president-
elect at the annual election
meeting of the Oakland
County Medical Society held
recently at Kingsley Inn.

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Mrs. Jerome C. Hirsch, chairman;
Mrs. Stanley D. Frankel, co-chair-
man; Mrs. Abraham Pasternak,
advisor; and Mrs. Hugh W. Green-
berg, vice-president.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DR. JEROME H. JAFFE,
professor of psychiatry, Col-
umbia University, and chief
of psychiatric research, de-
partment of biological psy-
chiatry, New York State Psy-
chiatric Institute, was named
the recipient of the 1974
Wayne State University Ro-
land T. Lakey Honorary Lec-
ture Award.
*
JUDITH ELLEN DIA-
MOND, former Detroiter of
Boston, daughter of Mrs,
Mary Diamond, now of Co-
lumbus, Ohio, was graduated
cum laude from Boston Uni-
versity Law School and has
passed the Massachusetts Bar
examination, She is now af-
filiated with a Boston law
firm.

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Architects appointed HARRY
S. KING, manager of archi-
tecture for Albert Kahn As-
sociates, Inc., as a member
of the committee on architec-
ture for commerce and indus-
try.
*
MARC H. HOFFMAN, son
of Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell M.
Hoffman of Jeanette Ave.,
Southfield, is an associate of
the law firm, Shapiro and
Marcus in Miami.
* *
DR. IRVING LINN, a
member of the Yeshiva Uni-
versity faculty since 1937, was
appointed to the Abraham
Wouk Family Professorship
Chair in English at the New
York school.

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