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October 17, 1975 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zuckerman, Fisher Attend
Jewish Agency Conference

Max Fisher, honorary
chairman and member of
the board of directors, of the
United Israel Appeal, and
Paul Zuckerman, UIA board
member, and president of
the United Jewish Appeal,
recently returned from a
meeting of the Jewish
Agency at which issues af-
fecting its operation were
discussed.
Fisher, chairman of the
long-range planning com-
mittee and a member of the
Pinhas Sapir Memorial
Committee, is chairman of
` 1-, e board of the Jewish
;ency. Zuckerman is
cnairman of the world fund-
raising ad budget and fi-
nance committees.
Among the issues dis-
cussed were immigration
and absorption, rural settle-
ment, youth aliya, pro-

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The agency will convene a
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sian immigration in Brus-
sels in February.

Former Detroiter

Seeks Old Friends

Julius Weitzman of Cali-
fornia, a longtime Detroiter,
who left in 1958, is seeking
the former Ruth Goodman
and her brother, Herbert,
last known to be living in
Oak Park.
Weitzman has been hav-
ing little success in locating
.Miss Goodman because she
has married and he doesn't
know her married name.
Persons with information
on the whereabouts of the
former Ruth Goodman and
her brother are asked to
write Julius Weitzman,
10520 Balboa Blvd., Gran-
ada Hills, Calif., 91344.

Workmen's Circle
Branch Will Meet

Workmen's Circle Branch
227 will have a social 8:30
p.m. Saturday, at the Work-
men's Circle Center.
A
full-length
film,
"Laughter Through Tears,"
will be presented. A short
subject film, "The Story of
Galina and Valery Panov"
also will be shown. Refresh-
ments will be served, and
there will be a nominal
charge. For information,
call Sonia Popowski,
557-3994.

I

Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the
Readers Forum must be brief.
The writer's name will be
withheld from publication
upon request. No unsigned
letters will be published. Ma-
terials will not be returned
unless a stamped, self-ad-
dressed envelope is enclosed.

Bereaved Need
Mourners Study

Editor, The Jewish News:
In many synagogues,
mourners merely come and
wait for their time to say
Kadish. Some sit holding
their prayer books without
uttering even a word.
I suggest that the commu-
nity designate a place where
these mourners could study
Jewish tradition, learn
about Jewish sources and
fulfull their requirements
for prayer and saying Ka-
dish. They would know a
great deal more than simply
standing and saying Kadish.
The year of mourning
should be an opportunity
for "learning" as well as
"saying."
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William Rosenberg, for-
mer chairman of the Michi-
gan Public Service Commis-
sion was confirmed last
week by the U.S. Senate as
the Federal Energy Admin-
istration's assistant admin-
istrator in charge of energy
resources development. He
was nominated for the post
in July by President Ford.

Yiddish Students
Organize Center

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Yugntruf, the Yiddish stu-
dent movement, announced
it had created a Yiddish
Resource Center to serve as
the base for a field worker,
Sheva Zucker.
She will visit college com-
puses and communities to
promote the study and ap-
preciation of Yiddish as a
living language and culture.
Yugntruf officials said
also that the resource center
would provide assistance in
founding Yiddish-speaking
groups, and in facilitating
Yiddish cultural programs
for informal gatherings and
that it would supply printed
materials such as bibliogra-
phies, syllabi and antholo-
gies of Yiddish literature,
song and folklore.



The Jewish News local
publicity deadline for the
issue of Oct. 31 is noon
Monday, Oct. 27, as
usual. However, because
of the celebration of Vet-
eran's Day on Oct. 27,
there will be no mail de-
livery that day. Please
mail publicity early.
Items arriving late will
be withheld until the fol-
lowing week, if still
timely.

JNF Inscribes
Charles Milan
in Golden Book

MILAN, ZACK

Charles Milan, who was
president of the Greater
Detroit Jewish National
Fund Council for three
years, was presented with a
certificate testifying to his
enrollment in the Golden
Book of JNF in Jerusalem,
for his "invaluable services
to Jewish National Fund"
during his presidency from
1972 to 1975.
Making the presentation
was David P. Zack, a past
president. The presentation
was made during the annual
meeting at which Mark E.
Schlussel was elected presi-
dent.
Milan, communal leader
and philanthropist, planted
the Florence and Charles
Milan Forest near Kiryat
Shmona. He donated a
youth center to the Bnai
Brith Youth Organization
and he has been active in be-
nefactions to Israel and esp-
cially to Dagania Bet, where
his wife's mother and sister
were among the pioneer set-
tlers.

Radomer Aid Unit to Meet

The next regular meeting
of the Radomer Aid Society
will take place 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Workmen's
Circle Center.
Plans are being completed
for the annual banquet
'which will take place Nov. 2
at Cong. Beth Achim. The
following committee chair-

Akiva PTA to Hear
Child Psychologist

The Akiva PTA will hold
an informal meeting 9 p.m.
Saturday in the home of
Lottie and Dave Tanzman,
14510 Sherwood, Oak Park.
Gerald L. Levin, child
psychologist, will speak on
"Your Child's Self Image.
And How It Got That Way."
Levin is a practictioner in
the field of children's men-
tal health. He is the director
of The Orchards children's
service which includes The
Orchards Residential Home
in Livonia, Silverman Vil-
lage, the clinical unit of
Camp Tamarack; and an
outpatient group activity
therapy program serving
Oakland County Schools.
Refreshments will be
served. For information,
contact. Myra Selesny,
354-3494.

men have been appointed:
Sol Ager, chairman of the
banquet; Rita Ager, toast-
mistress; and Helen and
Morris Greenberg, reserva-
tions.

Seniors Will Name
Volunteer of Year

The third annual senior
adult volunteer of the year
award program, sponsored
by the Jewish Community
Center Senior Adult Coun-
cil, will be held 1 p.m.
Thursday at the Center
branch.

Murry Lieberman is
chairman of the luncheon.
Richard Kux, immediate
past president of the Center,
will present the award. Ben
Tate will be toastmaster,
and entertainment will be
provided by Sammy Woolf,
Cantor Hyman Adler of
Cong. Bnai David and Hal
Gordon.

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Detroit attorney Jason L.
Honigman has been named
chairman of the state Judi-
cial Tenure Commission,
which reviews complaints
against judges.
Honigman replaces state
Court of Appeals Judge
John H. Gillis as chairman.
He has been a member of
the commission since it was
created in 1968.

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