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May 08, 1959 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEW S -- Fri day, May 8,

Strictly
Confidential

By PHINEAS J. BIRON

News Brevities

Court Drops Murder Charge Philanthropist Cohen
Against Hitler Minister
BONN, (JTA) — The public Dies on Israel Visit

prosecutor of Schleswig - Hol-
stein announced here that he
would appeal a decision of the
Flensburg criminal court dis-
missing murder charges against
Hater's former Deputy Minister
of Justice.
The court held that Franz
Schlegelberger, accused of com-
plicity in the murder of Markus
Luftgrass, a Jew, during the
war, could not be brought to
trial again since he had been
arraigned previously in the
Nuremberg war crimes trials
and a trial now would involve
double jeopardy.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Frank
Cohen, New York industrialist
and philanthropist, who came
to Israel two weeks ago to
attend a music festival at an
auditorium which he financed
at the settlement of Ein Gev,
died here May 2 of a heart
attack. He was 65.
Cohen participated at a spe-
cial Passover festival concert
in the auditorium at Ein Gev,
and dedicated a plaque giving
the auditorium his name.
While in Israel, he conducted
negotiations for industrial re-
construction in this country.
In the United States, he had
been chairman of the board of
Empire Ordnance Corp. and
affiliated groups since 1942.
He was also president of the
American Steel Corp. of Cuba.
In Jewish affairs, Cohen had
been particularly active in
Jewish educational work, hav-
ing been vice president of the
American Association for Jew-
ish Education and, earlier,
with the Bureau of Jewish
Education. He was also author
of a book, "Democratization
of the Factory."

Omitted in error from a list They are Prof. ATLE SEL
Science For Peace
of Shaarey Zedek religious BERG, winner of the Fields
Among the science writers school pupils who were honored Medal and Prize of the Interna-
few have the same urge and at the recent performance, in tional Congress of Mathemati-
acknowledged as the most
earnestness to give scientific Hebrew, of "South Pacific" cians,
distinguished award in the field,
were
the
names
of
MARCIA
understanding to their readers
and Prof. DEANE MONTGOM-
as David Dietz, science editor SPEVAKOW, daughter of Mr. ERY, a noted national research
and Mrs. Nathan Spevakow, and
of the Scripps-Howard News- FREDERIC (Rickie) WALLER, and Guggenheim Fellow before
papers . . . Dietz lives in Cleve- son of Mr. and Mrs. All en joining the Institute.
* *
land but usually roams all over Waller. The two were given
LAWRENCE E. GROSSMAN,
the world . . . A few months ago medals for outstanding scholar- of New York, a first-year stu-
he spent some time in Israel ship and leadership from the dent at the New York School of
National Federation of Jewish Social Work, was granted the
to evaluate the advance of sci- Men's Club.
Jewish Welfare Board's na-
ence in the Jewish State : . .
*
*
tional merit fellowship in the U.S. Circuit Court Again
The result has been a series of
Rules Against Kasper
PALMYRA CIVIC ASS'N. field of social work.
atricles on science in Israel will hold its annual meeting at
* *
CINCINNATI, (JTA) — The
which the Cleveland Press has 8 p.m., Tuesday, in the Mum-
United States Court of Appeals
DR.
BERTRAM
W.
KORN,
of
now made available in an at- ford High School library. Mem- Philadelphia, a member of Bnai this week sustained for a sec-
tractive little booklet . . . Louis bers of the group include resi- Brith's Committee on Jewish ond time the contempt convic-
B. Seltzer, one of America's
within the area bounded Americana, was appointed to tion of John Kasper, anti-Semit-
most distinguished newspaper- dents
by
7
Mile,
Wyoming, Curtis the Civil War Centennal Corn- ic rascist agitator.
men and the editor of the
He was convicted in connec-
and
Meyers.
A, social hour will mission's advisory council by
Cleveland Press, in his intro-
General U. S. Grant III, tion with charges of interfering
duction to the Dietz Brochure follow. All residents are wel- Major
with the integration of the Clin-
chairman of the commission.
writes: "It is my hope that the come.
* *
ton, Tenn., high school in 1956.
* * *
articles by David Dietz may give
Kasper was originally sen-
Rabbi
SAMUEL
M.
SILVER,
"Balanced
Budget
vs.
Bal-
the world an understanding of
tenced in Knoxville to a term of
since
1952
director
of
public
in-
anced
Economy"
will
be
dis-
the tremendous accomplish-
six months.
ments of the scientists of Israel cussed by members of the HIGH formation for the Union of
American
Hebrew
Congrega-
SCHOOL
INTERNATIONAL
and of the importance of their
Israel Offers Cooperation Jewish Book Publisher,
work, not only for Israel, but CLUB at 7:30 p.m., Monday, at tions and editor of its magazine, in Exchange for Peace
George W. Joel, Dies
the Parkman Branch Library, American Judaism, has been
for all humanity."
NEW YORK (JTA)—George
HAIFA
(JTA)—Foreign
Min-
elected
spiritual
leader
of
1766 Oakman Blvd. Dr. Leonard
While in Israel, Dietz studied Maliet, an economics special- Temple Sinai, Stamford, Conn.
ister Golda Meir offered Israel's W. Joel, president of the book
the accomplishments of the ist at the University of Detroit,
cooperation to the Arab States publishing firm, Dial Press, died
Weizmann Institute, the He- will lead the panel, which in-
Dr. EMERY W. BADUT of in reclaiming their desert suddenly April 28, at the age
b•ew University and the Haifa cludes Centralite Irving Gold. Orlando, Fla., formerly Dean of wastes if they would make peace of 56.
One-time editor of the Seven
Technion . . . He came to the
Seudnt Services and Professor with Israel. The new bid was
* * *
made by Mrs. 1VIeir in a May Arts Feature Syndicate, Mr.
conclusion that the develop-
of
Philosophy
at
Roosevelt
Uni-
The unsinkable Titanic sank versity in Chicago, has been ap- Day celebration here in which Joel had been responsible for
ment of science in Israel com-
pared favorably with that of on April 15, 1912, and ever pointed Dean of the Liberal she said that Israel still held the publication of books by
since that memorable night,
any country in the world.
College of the Jewish Uni- out its hand in peace to the many authors dealing with Jew-
recreated in the Rank Organiza- Arts
ish or Israeli themes.
Skokie, Ill. Arabs.
Here are some of the accom- tion's "A NIGHT TO REMEM- versity of America,
* * *
Last year, he published "The
plishments he lists in his ob- BER," opening soon at the
Diaries of Theodor Herzl," ed-
ABBA KHOUSHI, Mayor of
servations: Scientists of Amer- Trans-Lux Krim Theater, new
ited and translated by Marvin
ica and Europe carrying an im- incidents continue to come to Haifa, a pioneer builder of the
Lowenthal, the first English edi-
labor
movement
in
Israel,
will
portant researches in the fields light.
tion of the Zionist leader's pa-
be one of the principal speakers
of physics, chemistry and medi-
In
sad,
but
loving,
memory
of
If you have any information—
cine, are dependent for their names of local survivors of re- at the 19th quadrennial national our mother and grandmother, pers to be published in this
supply of a• rare isotope of latives, crew members of either convention of Farband Labor Zipa (Ceila) Schlussel - Keys, country.
oxygen known as heavy oxygen the Carpathia or Californian Zionist Order at Seville Hotel, who passed away nine years ago, Dr. Harry B. Bronston,
or Oxygen 18 . . . Well, the (ships which figured in the Miami Beach, May 23-27.
on May 10, 1950 (Mother's Day). Chiropodist, Dies at 62
Nothing but memories as we
Isotope Department of the tragedy), letters or clippings,
Dr. Harry B. Bronston, of
journey on
Weizmann Institute in Israel is etc.—send them to the theater Israel in All-Out Battle Longing
for a smile from a face
3200 W. Chicago, a Detroit
the free world's only manufac- manager and you'll see this pic-
that is gone;
to Fight Locust Swarm We -keep in our memory the love Chiropodist for 38 years, died
turer of Oxygen 18 . . . A pilot
of the past
here April 30, at the age of 62.
ture
free.
plant for the conversion of
TEL AVIV, (JTA)—An all- For deep in our hearts it was
* * *
Dr. Bronston was chairman of
planted to last.
brackish or saline water into
out battle was being waged
Sadly missed by us all—Hy the ethics committee of the
fresh water is in operation at BRENDA GREENSTONE, against huge swarms of locusts
the Negev Institute for Arid 15-year-old tenth grader at which covered large fertile Keys, Marvin Keys, Zelda Levin, Michigan Chiropody Ass'n., a
Zone Research in Beersheba Central High School, won sec- areas in the Jordan valley south Sue Weingarden and Doris Ap- member of Perfection Lodge
plebaum and her grandchildren. F&AM and a founder of Phi
. . . The institute is an Israeli and prize of $30 in the recent of Lake Tiberias.
* * *
Alpha Phi, professional chirop-
Government estabilshment . . . essay award contest sponsored
Members of settlements, aided
ody fraternity.
In
loving
and
sad
memory
of
revolutionary
technique
of
by
the
Wayne
County
Auxili-
A
by special anti-locust squads of
He is survived by his wife,
using the salt water of the sea ary of the Veterans of Foreign the Agricultural Ministry, and our darling daughter, Joyce
Ethel;
a son, Dr. Gordon J.; two
Weingarden
Markle,
who
left
us
for irrigation is being developed Wars.
by spray planes, were fighting two years ago, on May 19, 1957. brothers, Dr. Walter and Al-
* * *
by Dr. Hugo Boyko, chief
bert; and two sisters, Mrs.
We miss your sunny smile,
LINDA MILAN, of 16555 the locusts with every available
ecologist of the Israel Ministry
Your sweet and gentle ways;
means.
Adolph Einczig and Esther.
of Agriculture .. . This, accord- Washburn, a senior at Mum-
Without
you,
darling,
Officials reported that the
All are lonely days.
ing to Dietz, nlay lead to a ford High School, has been green fields of Ein Gedi were
Missed by us all—mother and
method of reclaiming the sand awarded a University of Michi- covered by newly-born locust
dunes of the whole world as gan Regents-Alumni Scholar- swarms. New swarms were fear- dad, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wein-
garten; sisters, Mrs. Ruben
well as those of the Israeli sea- ship.
ed coming from Jordan. They (Irene) Isaacs, and Mrs. Har-
*
*
*
coast . . . The Haifa Technion
reported that the chemicals vey (Raundie) Tanner; hus-
Sheldon Klimist, George M. also
is working on a project de-
used to battle the insects had band, Marshall; and baby daugh-
signed to provide electronic Maurer, Jr., John I. Bain and been carried by winds from
During the coming
ears for the deaf and electronic Irving Tukel will represent the Tiberias to Lake Tiberias, pois- ters, Sandra and Francie.
week Yeshiva Beth
Yehuda will observe
eyes for the blind . . . The 17TH DISTRICT YOUNG DEM- oning fish in the lake.
Mrs. Max Schneider Dies
the Yahrzeit of the
scientist engaged in this work OCRATS at the annual conven-
following departed
at 79 After Long Illness
is Dr. Frantz 011endorff, pro- tion this weekend at the Shera-
friend s, with the
Mrs. Pearl Schneider, of
fessor of electrical engineering ton-Cadillac Hotel of the Young Lower Market Price Offsets
traditional M e ma -
at Israel's Institute of Tech- Democratic Clubs of Michigan. Gains in Citrus Production 18507 Indiana, well known De-
rial Prayers, recita-
nology . . . Another technologi- Special guests will be Lt. Gov.
JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Pro- troiter, died in Ford Hospital
tion of Kaddish and
cal genius at the Haifa Tech- John B. Swainson and Mrs. duction of citrus fruits in Israel Wednesday morning, after a
studying of Mish-
nion, Dr. Markus Reiner is Eleanor Roosevelt.
nayes.
in the season which just closed long illness.
Funeral
services
were
held
* *
engaged in the construction of a
was 40 percent higher than last
Thursday afternoon at Chesed
device which is expected to
Child-killing Cystic Fibrosis, year.
Hebrew Civil
have a revolutionary effect a newly diagnosed disease, sec-
The citrus crop this year shel Ernes.
lyar
May
Surviving
her
are
her
hus-
upon the future design of jet ond only to lukemia in its death totalled 14.5 million cases as
9
Josef Weber
band,
Max,
to
whom
she
was
planes and guided missiles.
toll, was counter-attacked by the compared to 10.3 million cases
1
9
Louis Cohen
married
56
years;
two
daugh-
Cancer research at the Weiz- launching of the MICHIGAN last year. Exports were higher ters, Mrs. Al (Sophie) Prag Rose Eve Lerman
10
2
mann Institute is miles ahead of VYSTIC FIBROSIS CAMPAIGN this y ear, totalling 9.5 million and Minnie Razumna; three Mr. Neuhaus
10
2
most any other research center at a press luncheon at the Sher- cases, but the increased export sons, Al, George and Jack; ten
11
3
in the world according to Dr. aton-Cadillac Hotel. Judge Na- was offset by lower prices for grandchildren and a great- Bella Stein
11
3
Chaim Kransberg
Chain and other Nobel laureates than J. Kaufman of Juvenile citrus prevailing on foreign grandchild.
11
3
Abrah. Guttenberg
in the biological field . . . Dietz, Court was named chairman of markets.
Mrs. Schneider was affiliated
confirmed this statement for he the state campaign. The .Mich-
12
4
with
many
movements
here,
in-
Hyman Silberfarb
believes that the theory of the igan • drive is sponsored by the WJ Congress Publishes
cluding
the
Jewish
National
13
Society.
S
Brown
genesis of cancer as a two stage National Cystic Fibrosis
New Journal of Sociology Fund, congregational Sister- Sarah
13
S
* *
Alex Grushky
affair, advanced by Dr. Isaac
LONDON (JTA)—The first hoods, Yeshivot and many Abrah. Narber
13
5
Two leading mathematicians
Berenblum, head of the Experi-
issue of a new, biennial jour- charities.
mental Biology Department at of the Institute of Advanced nal of sociology, published on
Sholom Fival
15
7
Agranoyith
the Weizmann may well stand Study at Princeton, N.J., have behalf of the World Jewish
Dutch Jewish Actor Dies
at the treshold of a world- accepted appointments as visit- Congress, came off the press. THE HAGUE, (JTA) — Jo-
Yeshiva Beth Yehuda
shaking discovery . . . Another ing lecturers in mathematics at Introduced as "an international harm Valk, of Amsterdam, noted
rather sensational scientific pro- Yeshiva University's Graduate vehicle for serious writing on Dutch Jewish actor, died at the
12305 Dexter
ject at the Weizmann Institute School of Mathematical Sciences Jewish social affairs," the new age of 60. He had performed
WE 1-0203
is headed by Dr. Chaim Leib. for the academic year 1959-1960, journal is being edited by for many years in the Royal
it
was
announced
by
Dr.
Abe
Pekeris, head of the Applied
The Hague.
Gelbart, director of the school. Maurice Ginsburg. Theater of
Mathematics Department .

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