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June 10, 1977 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Record Sum Supporting Yeshiva
University and Its Adjuncts
Marks Honors for Dorfman

Dr. Norman Lamm, who
two months ago was named
the third president of Ye-
shiva University, joined
spokesmen for community
movements here, June 2 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, to
honor Henry Dorfman with
the university's 1977 Distin-
- guished Service Award.
The more than 700 in at-
`c!ndance set a record in the
eshiva University's 21
years of activities here
through the Detroit Friends
of Yeshiva U.
Avern Cohn, as toastmas-
ter, directed a program
which emphasized the
values of the university and
its importance in training
rabbis and teachers in the
tasks of properly evaluating
Jewish cultural aspirations
for American Jewry.
Dr. Lamm, in an address
which reviewed Jewish ex-
periences and the tragic ef-
fects of the Holocaust, point-
ed to the many changes
that have taken place in
Jewish life and in world ex-
periences, and his empha-
sis, in quest for an ap-
proach to the need for sur-
vival, was on the urgency
of strengthening the educa-
tional tasks of American
Jewry.
Describing the growth of
Yeshiva University, Dr.
Lamm told of the devotion
of students both to the spir-
itual and secular studies.
The urgency of support for
this major Jewish in-
stitution of learning which
offers degrees in medicine
and the law, as well as the
rabbinical and graduate
studies, was inherent in Dr.
Lamm's appeal.
Dr. Leon Fill, a former
Yeshiva University honor-
ee, presided over a portion
of the evening that was de-
voted to recording gifts by
major contributors to the
university, to the Albert
Einstein College of Medi-
cine and the Cardozo Law
School, both affiliates of the
university. He glowingly
enumerated the many con-
tributions to learning made
by the Yeshiva U. schools
and, with his associate
scholarship chairman
David Hermelin, extended
honors to several groups of
donors to these schools.

Merrill Gordon, general
chairman of Greater De-
troit Israel Bonds, a Fellow
of the Bpnjamin Cardozo
Law School, expressed
thanks on behalf of the
donors.
Hermelin, appealing for
larger gifts to be listed in a
special volume being pre-
pared for presentation to
Dorfman, announced that
the total gifts to Yeshiva
University and its adjuncts
from this function are ex-
pected to exceed $500,000.
Presentation of the Ye-
shiva University Distin-
guished Service Award was
made to Dorfman by Max.
M. Fisher, together with
Dr. Lamm, both adding en-
comia to the honoree for
his devotional life and his
communal services.
Rabbi
Irwin
Groner,
greeting Dorfman as a con-
gregant of Shaarey Zedek,
recalled the honoree's suf-
ferings as a youth and as a
teenager during the
Holocaust, and he paid him
honor for having risen
above his agonies without
rancor. He commended him
for his devotion to learning,
his desire to provide for
others the cultural gifts he
could not aspire to during
the years of survival from
the horrors of the last war.

Of special interest to the
Yeshiva University suppor-
ters here was the emphasis
that was given to the pio-
neer efforts of David Gold-
berg, who was the founding
organizer of the university
dinners here 23 years ago.
At the outset, Mrs. Allen
Charlupski presented flow-
ers to Mrs. Dorfman cabled
by Florence and David
Goldberg. Then Dr. Lamm,
in the major address of the
evening, spoke with deep ap-
preciation of the devoted
labors of David Goldberg in
introducing Yeshiva Univer-
sity needs to the Detroit
Jewish community.
Dorfman was greeted
with a "mazel tov" in a
telegram from Mayor Cole-
man Young.
Responding to the en-
comia, Dorfman spoke with
gratitude for America and
love for the land that gave
him the opportunity to

Shown during the presentation of Yeshiva University's
1977 Distinguished Service Award are, from left, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Dorfman, Max Fisher, and Yeshiva University
President Norman Lamm.



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achieve his successes after

the Holocaust. He said the
memories of the evening
will inspire him to continue
his labors for the causes to
which he has dedicated him-
self.
Two of the most active
personalities in the Yeshiva
University movement here,
Daniel Laven and Gustav
Berenholz, were among
others who spoke in honor
of Dorfman and made ap-
peals to increase support
for the university.
Rabbi James Gordon
gave the invocation. Irwin
I. Cohn led in the Benshen,
grace after dinner. Cantor
Jacob Barkin led in the sing-
ing of the national anthems.

1

Music Study Club
Plans Installation

Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will have
its annual installation lunch-
eon 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Michigan Inn.
Guest speaker will be
Mrs. Raymond H. Reece,
vice president of the Nation-'
al Federation of Music
Clubs. The Music Study
Choral Group, directed by
Anne Sarris, will perform,
accompanied by Christo-
pher Loy.
Mrs. l'elix Rosenwach
will be chairman of the
day. Mrs. Harvey E. Sibr-
ack will be installing offi-
cer.
Guests are invited. For
reservations, call Mrs.
George Bassin, 553 - 4449:

Mrs. Leonard Hack, 626-
3455; Mrs. Jerry C. Rose-
nberg. 547 - 4888; or Mrs.
John H. Schneider, 355 - 4289.

Cantor Sidney

Births

June 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.

Richard Kaczander (Carol
Mikon), 19812 Telegraph,
Detroit, a son, Eric Joseph.
***
June 1—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Whiteman (Sharron
Labelle), 23461 Marlow,
Oak Park, a son, Michael
Kory.
***
May 27—To Dr. and Mrs.
Allan Weiss (Geri Beth
Needle of Shaker Heights,
Ohio), 21506 Dequindre,
Warren, a son, Max David.
***
May 26—To Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Rich (Marsha
Baeklandt) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Danielle Lynn.
***
May 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Klein (Linda Rotehen-
berg), 16189 Templar Cir.,
Southfield, a son, Evan Mat-
thew.

***

May 25—To Dr. and Mrs.

Engagements

Mrs. James H. Van Camp-
en of Albuquerque, N.M.,
and Mr. Nick G. Nicolau of
Livonia announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Lynne Nicolau, to Donald
F. Segal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Segal of Farm-
ington Hills. Miss Nicolau
attends Western Michigan
University where she is ma-
joring in Hebrew language
studies. Her fiance is major-
ing in communications at
WMU. No wedding date has
been set.
***
Former Detroiters Mr. and
Mrs. EugeneGotlieb . of San
Diego, Calif., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Janet Ellen Gotlieb, to
William Glucksman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Glucksman of Los Angeles.
An August wedding is
planned.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Werner
Liepman of Kalamazoo an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Alice Louise
Liepman, to Steven Gary
Lepsetz, son of Mr. and

Friday, Jane 10, 1977 59

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daughter, Jennifer Ann.
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May 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Harvey Kaplan (Lynn
Feuerman), 26525 Franklin
Pointe Dr., Southfield, a
daughter, Lori Jennifer.
***
May 21—To Mr. and Mrs.
Hayim I. Gross (Eileen Sil-
verman), 25580 Dundee,
Huntington Woods., a son,
Joshua P.N.
***
May 15—To Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Redisch (Joni Gut-
man) of Farmington Hills,
a son, Michael Justin.
***
May 14—To Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Baseman (Sharon
Dombey), 23579 Stonehenge
Blvd., Novi, a daughter,
Ariana Michelle.
***
May 4—To Dr. and Mrs.
Marc L. Lee (Lori Leib),
former Detroiters of Phoe-
nix, Ariz., a daughter,, Step-
hanie Rene.

Mrs. Joseph Lepsetz of Oak
Park. A September wed-
ding is planned.
***
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rad-
zinski of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Shirley Gay
Radzinski, to Jeffrey Allen
Robbins, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Robbins of
Oak Park. Miss Radzinski
is a master's degree candi-
date in landscape archi-
tecture in New York. Her
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Law School. A January wed-
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