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July 25, 1975 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32 Friday, July 25, 1975

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Israeli Convicted
As Spy for Arabs

Local Poet Has
Collection Printed

TES. AVIV — An Israeli
has been sentenced to 10
years in prison for spying
for Syria and Libya.
A district court Monday
convicted Shlomo Dorian,
29, of passing military in-
formation to Libyan and
Syrian agents for $150 while
living in the United States
and Italy in 1974.

Detroiter Ethel Polline
recently published a revised
edition of her poetry called
"Empathy and Jubilation."

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The book represents a col-
lection of poems dating
from 1926 to 1969. Origi-
nally a printed booklet of 46
published poems, five addi-
tional poems have been
added and the format con-
tains comments by some of
the poet-editors and critics
who read the first version.

The book is available from
Burro Books, 1400 N. Jeffer-
son, El Dorado, Tex. 71730.

Rabbi to Direct
College Office

Rabbi Joseph L. Shucha-
towitz, principal of Akiva
Hebrew Day School, has
been appointed associate
dean for admissions of
Touro College and director
of its newly opened Detroit
office.

Rabbi Shuchatowitz will
be responsible for attracting
the community to college's
facilities, according to Dr.
Bernard Lander, president
of Touro College. He will as-
sume his post Aug. 1.

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Men's Clubs]

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB recently installed
William Freedman as presi-
dent. Other newly-elected
officers included Donald
Davis and Gerald Kellar,
vice presidents; Henry
Hertzberg, Abe Meral and
Bennett Nathan, secre-
taries; and Allen Sterns,
treasurer. Board of trustees
include Edward Allen, Har-•
old Baker, Edward Cole,
Ben Davis, Arnold Fox,
Harry Galens, Harry Gold-
stein, Arnold Golob, Sey-
mour Horowitz, Sheldon
Jacobs, Burton Levitt,
George Norman, Harold
Rodd, Seymour Rosen, Ar-
thur Schussler, Sidney H.
Silverman, Stewart Silver-
man, Howard Stone, Sey-
mour Subar and Edward
Tunick. Chairman of the
day was Allan Rosenberg,
and co-chairmen were
Harry Goldstein and Gerald
Goldberg. I. Murray Jacobs,
president of the National
Federation of Men's Clubs,
was installing officer. The
new officers will hold a pic-
nic Aug. 10 at Oak Park Ma-
jor Park. For information,
call the synagogue office,
352-8670.

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SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will hold its
annual picnic beginning 9
a.m. Sunday at the Oak
Park Major Park. Auxiliary
Vice President Reva Dry-
man announces that games
and prizes are on the
agenda. Guests are invited,
and are asked to bring their
own lunches.

1

People
Make News

Balfour Concert Head Picked

MRS. IRVING ROSE of
Bloomfield Hills was named
chairman of the Northwest
Unit, Unit Foundation 1975
Torch Drive.
* *
DONALD ADELMAN,
currently director of the Is-
rael Program Center of the
American Zionist Youth
Foundation (AZYF), has
been appointed AZYF's ex-
ecutive director.

Bnai Brith

AHAVA CHAPTER will
have a scavenger hunt and
pot hick dinner 6 p.m. Sun-
day, meeting in front of the
Franklin Park Towers Apts.
Guests are invited. For din-
ner reservations, call Jan
Goldstein, 356-4805.
* * *
TUCKER — GRANT
LODGE recently installed
Walter Krausse as presi-
dent. Other newly-elected
officers include Allen Zat-
koff, Ronald White, Sheldon
Sherman, David Elbinger
and William Hoffman, vice
presidents; Robert Grant
and Gerald Teper, secre-
taries; Allen Beckerman,
treasurer; Marvin Kaplan,
editor: Darryl Lieberman,
publicity; Harvey Olson,
guardian; and Edward
Cohen, athletic chairman.
The Ben Brith (man of the
year) Honor was given to
Leonard Taub and Becker-
man. Elaine Lieberman re-
ceived the Golda Meir Peace
Award for the woman of the
year. Dennis Rice, executive
director of BB, was install-
ing officer. The lodge will
hold its annual picnic 11
a.m.-6 p.m. Aug. 10 at the
Roeper School, Bloomfield
Hills.

Members of the Zionist Organization of Detroit's
1975 Balfour Concert committee are, top photo, from left:
Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib, chairman, women's committee; Dr.
Leib, immediate past president of the ZOD; Dr. I Walter
Silver, host of the 43rd annual Balfour Concert kick-off;
Mrs. Silver; Dr. Theodore Mandell, president of the
ZOD; Philip Slomovitz, principal speaker; and Dr. Mor-
ris Starkman, concert chairman. Balfour Concert Wom-
en's Committee members are, bottom photo, seated,
from left: Mrs. Mandell, Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman and Mrs.
Morris Starkman. Standing are, from left: Mrs. Sanford
Bennett, Mrs. Silver, Mrs. Richard Kramer, Mrs. Leib,
chairman; and Mrs. Norma Hudosh.

* * *

Announcement by Dr. Theodore Mandell, president of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit, of his appointment
of Dr. Morris Starkman as chairman of the 1975 Balfour
Concert set into motion activities for the annual fund-
raising event of the Zionist Organization of Detroit.
The annual Balfour Concert will be held at Ford Au-
ditorium, Nov. 9, with Pinhas Zuckerman, noted Israeli
violinist as guest artist with the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra.
The appointment of Dr. Starkman was announced
at the inaugural meeting of the Balfour Concert commit-
tee, held Sunday at a brunch at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
I. Walter Silver.

School Graduates
Priest, Teacher

NEW YORK — A Roman
Catholic seminarian and a
public school teacher are the
first two students to com-
plete courses under the
home study method of the
Academy for Jewish Studies
Without Walls.
They received credit cer-
tificates at the offices of the
American Jewish Commit-
tee which co-sponsors the
project with the University
of Haifa.
Rev. Peter M.J. Stravin-
skas, a member of the staff
of Blessed Sacrament
Church in Trenton, com-
pleted the Academy's course
in biblical thought. Mrs.
Freida Insel, a New York
teacher of coorective read-
ing at completed the course
ing completed the course in
history of American Jewry.

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The gift of wisdom God
Both n'er impart unless a
man bath wisdom in his
heart.
—The Talmud

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