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March 18, 1955 • Page Image 2

… had never been better, and . cribing Mr. Butzel's unique these relations, I might add, remain unchanged as I write this. place in Michigan history. What was one, what is one, to make of all this? Did…

… with appreciation the, part Judge O'Brien played, er at the apparel trades dinner in 1931, in the battle against the proposed Michigan Alien of the mercantile division, at Registration When Theodore…

…. ,Greenstone's interesting Literary Career . . The death of Dr. Julius Hillel Greenstone, distinguished Philadelphia author and rabbi, occurred only a few days • before the publication by the Macmillan Co. of

…-mention. He saluted "this dean of Michigan Jewry as a Volksmensch—as a man of the people." He asked Mr. Butzel's brother, Michigan Supreme Court Justice Henry M. Butzel, and John Dancy of the Urban League to…

… the board of the Ameri- late Fred M. Butzel in numerous can University of Beirut, whence come the most rabid anti- local communal affairs, Monday Zionist and anti-Israeli American officials, recently a…

… Teaching the Jewish Religion, 1915, and several Commentaries on the Books of Numbers and Proverbs. Ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary, he received his Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania…

…, Institute of International Edu- cation; Dr. Jacob I. Hartstein, dean, Graduate School of Long. Island University, and Dr. Pink- hos Churgin, who is retiring as clean of the Teachers Institute of Yeshiva…

University of New York to• become president of Bar-Dan University. tion, describing Mr. Butzel's contributions to the Jewish community, said "he belonged to the rare spirits who enriched our community with…

…Purely Commentary By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Col. Hoskins' New Role—Weizmann's Impressions of Him `Greatest Citizen Detroit Will Ever See' Thus Community Evaluates Services of Fred M. Butzel, Acclaimed…

… 'Historic Citizen of the Month' at Museum On March 8, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles adminis- (Photo on Page 1) tered the oath of office to Harold B. Hoskins who has been named director of the U. S…

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… thousands to achieve their of pictures of organizations established precedents for out:- leader in the Michigan Hillel dream of leaving Europe to set- and brides which date back standing communal achieve…

… Jewish News currently the president of the United He- became devotedly interested in Jewish survivors, and helped has on file a large number brew Schools, Mr. Kasle has the Hillel Foundation. He is a…

…- ed it generously in the estab- as a kick-off of the division's next two weeks, the pictures participation in the Allied Jew- brew Schools has set new lishment of the Hillel Founda- will be discarded…

… prof- lations officer for the Hebrew sional division in the Allied Jew- ects. He has encouraged phil- University. ish Campaign. Both are mem- anthropic efforts, has always bers of the board of the…

…, Individuals 1i_ Campaign, has been arran .g. - tion at the University of Mic standards which have resulted wishing to pick up pictures ed by Estelle Levin, a divisiori in the doubling of the school gan. He is a…

… Jack Brass, a veteran of Is- rael's War of Independence, will address the Junior Division 7 60 0 0W.17K M A grateful community will cal school system, have earned workers' branch Sunday, at Rainbow Ter…

…- honor Abe Kasle on his 60th for him national recognition as race, 18451 Wy- birthday, today. a man of vision in the direction oming. For two years the general of Jewish affairs. Born and ed- Born in…

… Wohlynia, Russia, chairman of Allied Jewish Cam- ucated in Eng- March 18, 1895, Mr. Kasle came land, Brass di- to this country in 1909 and set- rected the first tled in Monroe, Mich. That Jewish Blitz…

… community then had only five Hostels, whieh Jewish families, but already the cared for chil- impact of his interest in Jewish dren of bombed- affairs was felt there and in out London nearby communities. From…

…. BARBEL (left) and For more than 40 years, he tain in in Haganah's Intelligence Dr. LEO ORECKLIN have been has played an active role in Corps. He is currently public re- selected chairmen of the profes- 1…

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Michigan IllaJinv By JUDY ANN JACOBS One of the most controver- alai issues on campus was "Should the Berlin Philhar- monic Orchestra be permit- ted to lierform on the University of Michigan c a m…

… renounced the goals and aims of the party. Despite the group's protests, and those of the Labor . Youth League, the decision was "Yes." the Berlin Philharmonic will perform. Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation's Stu…

… sity of Michigan last June. She Arrangements for the ball are by. Louise Strayer and Faye is a member of Sigma Delta Tau being made by Louis Weber. SAMEROFF'S Moore, part of which featured sorority…

… admission charge, and all mambo. Catering for all occasions, in York. He is a graduate of Rut- members and friends are invited * * * gers University, and a member to attend. our beautiful banquet hall or…

… p u s?" Pro- tests from the Student Zionist Organization were based on the tact that conductor Herbert von Karajan and manager Gerhard von Westerman were both mem- bers of the Nazi party and have not…

…- dent Government refused to support a boycott, but said it Would recognize the rights of any of its members to do so. Jewish fraternities have an- nounced their list of spring pledges. Phi Sigma Delta…

… pledges are J or d an Burke, Robert Natchke, Robert Liss, Donald Schmerin, Michael Silber, Mer- win Solomon and Donald Ton- kin. Michael Anspach, Lawrence Vlenbogen and Michael Fisher are new members of

… Alpha Ep- silon Pi. N Lambda Phi's will pledge Seymour Dubrinsky, Jack Roth and Gilbert Rose and Ar- nold Zeff of Wyandotte. Myron Nathan, Harold Rossen, Leonard Shlain and Robert Dunsky have pledged Tau…

… Delta Phi. Sigma Alpha Mu pledges are Harold Barron, Sheldon Baum, Sherman Chessler and Barrett Saltman of Flint. Henry Moses, Roger Boesky and Norman Rot- ter have joined the ranks of Zeta Beta Tau…

…. Central A1ivilie4 Opperiheim-Ross Rites Scheduled for April By Bnai Brith Ball Ends Fund Drive The fifth annual Bnai Brith Ball will be held at 9 p.m., March 26, in the Fountain Ballroom of Masonic…

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