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August 04, 1978 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-08-04

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THE DETROIT ENO NEWS

Alan Schwartz to Receive BB Hum;flitarian Award

Alan E. Schwartz, attor-
ney and community leader,
will be the 1978 recipient of
the Bnai Brith Interna-
tional Humanitarian
Award. The award will be
presented at a black-tie
dinner to be held Nov. 16 at
the Fairlane Manor, Dear-
born.

the board of Oakland Uni-
versity, vice president of the
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra and a director of the
March of Dimes, Detroit
he
Renaissance Inc.,
Economic Club of Detroit,
the Michigan Cancer Foun-
dation and the Cranbrook
School.

Schwartz will be cited for
his "distinguished and en-
during contributions of a
humanitarian nature."
Schwartz is a past president
ALAN SCHWARTZ
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration of Detroit and a is president of the United
Federation director. He also Foundation, chairman of

Schwartz also is on the
boards of Cunningham
Drugs, Detroit Edison,
Michigan Bell Telephone,
Burroughs, the Handleman
Co., the Detroitbank Corp.
and the Fisher Corp.,
among others.

Rabbi Ittamar (Wohlgelernter)
Seeks Support for Israel Library

Rabbi J. E. Ittamar, who
before adopting the Hebrew
name upon settling in Is-
rael, occupied a pulpit here
as Rabbi Max Wohlgelern-
ter, appeared here for sup-
port of the Rabbi Herbert
Goldstein Memorial Lib-
rary at Machon Harry Fis-
chel, located at Bayit v'Gan
outside Jerusalem.

Rabbi Ittamar also ap-
pealed, upon his arrival in
Southfield for a month's
visit, for Hebrew classical
works Detroiters may wish
to contribute to the library.

The Machon Harry Fis-
chel was established in Is-
rael 45 years ago by the

his retirement as secretary
to the Chief Rabbinate in Is-
rael has been serving as
administrative vice chair-
man of the Machon Harry
Fischel, can be reached by
those desiring to assist in
his efforts here by calling
557-6380.
Mrs. Ittamar, who ac-
companied her husband on
their return visit to Detroit,
is a retiree from the English
language department of the
Israel government school
system and has been as-
signed here to interview
applicants for aliya to Israel
who will qualify as English
teachers under Israeli re-
Rabbi Ittamar, who since quirements.

noted American philan-
thropist whose name it
bears. Mr. Fischel's son-in-
law, Rabbi Herbert Golds-
tein, became the second
president of the Machon In-
stitute, and the library has
been established in his
name. Rabbi Shear-Yashuv
Cohen is the current presi-
dent.
Machon Harry Fischel
has a student body of 90
students who conduct re-
search and advanced
studies in Halakha, ad-
vanced Talmud commen-
taries, Talmud and Rab-
binics.

Political Anti-Semitism Assailed

present Mr. Tilles as the
An anti-Semitic incident
candidate of out-of-state
in Michigan politics was as-
Jewish interests has
sailed in a July 28 editorial
in the Detroit Free Press.
backfired.
"Mr. Albosta, of St.
Under the heading
"Back ri re: Al bo s ta's Re- Charles, said a few days ago
marks About Tilles Are he is 'absolutely not' anti-
Haunting Him, and Semitic and added: 'But if
Should," the Free Press any group of people is or-
editorial stated: ganizing to get someone to
"'He has got me on the represent them, particu-
defensive,' former state tarty the Jewish people =-
Rep. Don Albosta said with they have a reputation for
frustration this week, refer- being closely connected —
ring to Roger Tilles, his op- then it is an issue.'
ponent for the Democratic "Mr. Tilles, who lives in
congressional nomination Mount Pleasant and for-
merly was House Speaker
in the 10th District.
Bobby Crim's top aide, says
"Well, Mr. Albosta
yes, indeed, he has gotten
should be on the defen-
contributions from his fam-
sive. His crude attempt to

Mrs. Newman Named Head
of Home for Aged Volunteers

ily in New York and his
friends there and they are
Jewish. That may suggest
Mr. Tilles is well organized,
or that his family is, but it
hardly makes him the agent
of a Jewish conspiracy.

"Mr. Albosta may not be
anti-Semitic, despite his
words; maybe he is just an-
tediluvian. Whatever the
case, he cannot legitimately
complain about being put on
the defensive. That's what
can happen when you are of-
fensive."
U.S. Senate candidate
Paul Roaenbauxn, a state
legislator from Battle
Creek, has said during
the election campaign
that he has had to fight a
"whispering campaign"
against him during his
political career.

were honored at the recep- . Rosenbaum is a practic-
At a champagne recep-
g " w. the religion of his
tion. Participating were 1:if
tion honoring its volun-
and
e fathas
er, aalthough
ca
hn
e
Herbert A. Aronson, presi-
teers, the Jewish Home for
was
Aged formally announced
dent of the board of directors Scientist by his mother. His
the appointment of Betsy
of the Home for Aged; Ar- Judaism and New York
Newman as coordinator of
thur Lipsitt, president of roots have been used
volunteers.
the home's resident council; against him, Rosenbaum
A former schoolteacher,
and Charles Wolfe, execu- said.
Mrs. Newman received a
five director.
Meanwhile, one of the
BA degree in English and
To volunteer, call Mrs. candidates running for the
psychology from Wayne
Newman at the Home for Michigan Senate seat in the
State University.
Aged, 532-7112. 10th district, which in-
Mrs. Newman has been
cludes the Downriver sub-
an active volunteer and was
urbs of Detroit, is Wayne
a member of the steering
County Commissioner
committee of the Jewish
Community Center Book TEL AVIV (JTA) — The George Hart.
Hart was one of the sig-
Fair, executive board ancient remains of a Jewish
member and president of synagogue at Gamin on the ners of a May 10 advertise-
the PTO of Hillel Day Golan Heights was the site ment in the Detroit Free
School and has worked with for 250 Jewish children Press supporting the Pales-
the hearing impaired. celebrating their Bnai tine Liberation Organiza-
tion.
More than 200 volunteers Mitzva.

Group Bar Mitzva

Proceeds from the
dinner will go to support one
of the largest youth serving
programs in America, en-
compassing lanai Brith
Hillel Foundations on 300
campuses (among which are
Wayne State University,
Michigan State University
and the University of
Michigan), the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization and the
Bnai Brith Career and
Counseling Service. These
agencies serve 250,000 high
school and college-age
young people in Detroit, in
Michigan and throughout
America.

Louis Weber is chairing
the Bnai Brith Foundation
Committee organizing the
dinner, while David Bittker
is co-chairman.

For information and din-
ner reservations, write the
Bnai Brith Foundation, -
21711 W. 10 Mile, South-
field, 48075, 354-6100.

Friday, August 4, 1178 67

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