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June 27, 1975 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

40 Friday, June 27, 1975

Bertha M. Robinson Bequests Assist Major Jewish Causes

will with the Detroit Bank
and Trust, on the first anni-
versary of her,death.

Milan who succeeded Miss
Robinson to the principal-
ship of Ford High School
from which he retired two
years ago, stated that there
were other minor bequests
in addition to those of her
surviving family.

The four Jewish benefici-
aries of $5,000 each are:
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, a
memorial in memory of
Miss Robinson, her parents,
Isadore and Dora, and
brother Ben. A plaque at the
synagogue commemorates
the gift.

LATE BERTHA ROBINSON

Four bequests of $5,000
each, included in the will of
Bertha M. Robinson who
died June 7, 1974. were
made known by Samual
Milan, co-executor of the

Zionist Organization of

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Miss Robinson was prin-
cipal of Central High
School from 1952 to 1959
and of Henry Ford High
School from 1959 to 1966.
She held a juris doctorate
and LLB degree from the
Detroit College of Law and
was listed in "Who's Who
of Women in Law."

Detroit Chapter of Had-
assah, for health and medi-
Miss Robinson served on
cal care in Israel.
National Council of Jew- the boards of Sinai Hospi-
ish Women, for scholar- tal, Sinai's Shapero School
ships, to be applied threugh of Nursing, Jewish Family
the Bertha M. Robinson and Children's Service, and
the Jewish Community Cen-
Scholarship Fund.
Milan pointed out that ter.
She served on many edu-
Miss Robinson especially
remembered the pioneering cation committees and trav-
tasks of her parents. Her eled throughout the world.
father was a pioneer Zionist She wrote many publica-
and a lifelong member of tions and did many studies
still in use today.
the Zidnist Organization.

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The Department of Michi-
gan Ladies Auxiliary re-
cently installed Gert Left as
president during its 34th an-
nual convention. Other new-
ly-elected officers include
Carolyn Mann, senior vice
president; Donna Green,
junior vice president; Anita
Moss, patriotic instructress;
Dorothy Cohen, treasurer;

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council's publications."
* * *
DAVID C. GARLOCK,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Garlock of Southfield, re-
cently graduated magna
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visited by an American Jew-
ish leader. He will study the
status and needs of local
Jewish communities and
seek to establish "closer
bonds between Jews in the
Far East and their counter-
parts in America."
* * *

JACQUELINE KLEIN,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Smolinskv of Oak
Park, was one of 234 gradu-
ates awarded law degrees
from Western State Univer-
sity College of Law of Or-
ange County, Calif., during
its 1975 spring commence-
ment ceremonies.
* * *
RABBI LEON FRAM of
Temple Israel was elected to
a three-year term as a mem-
ber of the board of directors
of the Michigan Association
for Emotionally Disturbed
Children.

* * *
OSCAR H. FELDMAN

was named the new general
manager of the Detroit Pis-
to-ns. He is also the team's
legal counsel and a part
owner.

* *
RICHARD E. SNYDER

was named president of Si-
mon and Schuster, book
publishers. Two years ago
the publishing executive
contracted two reporters to
write "All the President's
Men," a narrative probe of
Watergate. More than
280,000 copies have been
sold, and a movie contract
has been made.
* * *

BETH MILANSKY,

Michigan State University
student, left last week for a
six-week seminar, with 25
other students from -across .
the United States, to ex-
plore various aspects of life
in Israel.

* * *
RABBI
ARTHUR
HERTZBERG, president of

the American Jewish Con-
gress is on an extended tour
of Jewish communities in
Asia and the Pacific, some
of which have never been

Dr. Isadore Katz, for-
mer Detroiter of Denver
and son of Mr. and Mrs.
Barnet Katz of Manor
Ave., will see his wife, Ce-
lia, left, and daughter,
Eva, graduate this month.
Mrs. Katz will receive a
JD degree from the Den-
ver University College of
Law. Her daughter will re-
ceive a BA degree in mole-
cular biology from Colo-
rado University. Miss
Katz was inducted into
Phi Beta Kappa national
honorary and will attend
Colorado University's
medical school in the fall.

Group Will Hear
Aliya Center Head

Moadon Ivri — Hebrew
Club will hear Ariyeh Shap-
ira, director of the local Is-
rael Aliya Center, 3:30 p.m.
Saturday at the 10 Mile
Jewish Community Center.
Shapira will speak on
"Aliya." The public is in-
vited.
The meeting for July 5 is
canceled due to the Inde-
pendence Day weekend.

Workmen's Circle
Branch to Meet

Edith Bale, conductress;
and hose Harrison, ladies
historian. Eleanore Silk was
appointed chief-of-staff.
Sarah Nemon, past national
president, was installation
officer. Edith Hoffman led
the memorial and religious
services and Rosalyn Liner
was a co-chairman of the
convention.

Sculptor Cited By Bnai Brith

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Zionist Organization of
Detroit, for scholarships
and educational work in
Israel. The fund is being
applied for scholarships in
Kfar Silver Agricultural
School in Israel.

Bernard D. Soble, left,
the sculptor and artist,
has just completed a
bronze work entitled "The
Eternal Call." The Su-
preme Lodge of Bnai Brith
International has desig-
nated the work as an ex-
pression of the universal
search for peace for all
mankind, and it will be
awarded annually to indi-
viduals or institutions who
pursue that cause. Milton
M. Weinstein, a national
Bnai Brith Hillel commis-
sioner and a member of the
executive committee of the
Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion, recommended the
sculptor's work to the Su-
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