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May 15, 1959 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 1 5, 1959-6

Bar Association Elects
Judge Rubiner, Goldstein

First in 34 Years

Meeting to Open JFCS Permanent Home

For the first time in 34 years,
the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service has found a place
to call its own.
The new home of the insti-
tution, formerly known as the
Jewish Social Service Bureau,
is located at 10801 Curtis, in a
separate wing of the main Jew-
ish Community Center.
Milford R. Pregerson, JFCS
president, announces that the
Shown here is the wing of the new Jewish Community
agency's offices will be open to
Center,
which houses the offices of the Jewish Family and
the community at its annual
Children's Service. The annual meeting of the JFCS will be
meeting, to take place at 2:30
the first public function held in its new headquarters.
p.m., this Sunday.
* * *
Dr. Fritz Redl, chief of the
with Dr. William
dren,
and,
Child Research Branch of the
DRIVING LESSONS
National Institute of Mental Wattenberg, of the WSU staff,
LESSON $ 25
Health, will be guest of honor he wrote "Mental Hygiene in
Teaching."
COURSE
at the program.
Dr. Redl also collaborated
Dual Controls
The annual meeting, combin-
No Permit Needed to Start
CHARLES RUBINER
ed with that of the Resettle- with Prof. David Wineman in
Professional Instructors
writing two books, "Children
Day or Evening
following which he re-entered ment Service, will feature the Who Hate" and "Controls from
presentation of annual reports
Appointments
private practice in 1939.
Within."
Both
were
combined
He is now engaged in the and the election of officers for into a single volume, "The Ag-
Safeway Driver Training
practice of law in the Penobscot both agencies.
TO 9-7600 LI 2-6742
In its 34-year history, JFCS gressive Child," a selection of
Bldg., with his son, Arthur
has
experienced seven previous the Basic Book Club in 1956.
James Rubiner. Another son,
Walter, is associated with City moves to temporary headquar-
ters. Its first permanent home
Bank.
Judge Rubiner has been ex- includes private offices for case
tremely active in civic and workers, a professional library
communal organizations. He is and other facilities which will
a founder and member of the permit it to better serve the
ONLY
6 Pass. Sedan- Incl. $1859
executive committee of the De- community, Pregerson said.
Full
Price
1
Factory Equipment
Max M. Shaye served as chair-
troit Round Table of Catholics,
man
of
the
building
committee
Jews and Protestants, and is a
board member of the National for the new offices of JFCS,
Conference of Christians and which is supported by funds
from the United Foundation
Jews.
at
During World War II, Rubin- and Allied Jewish Campaign.
The guest speaker,- Dr. Redl,
er served as chairman of a
Selective Service draft board. former professor at W a y n e
He was appointed chairman of State University, will return to
the City of Detroit Youth Corn- his post with the school of social
TE 4-4440
12555 Gr. River
mittee by both former Mayors work in the fall.
Coming
to
the
U.S.
in
1936
OPEN
'TIL
10
P.M.
Edward J. Jeffries and Eugene
on a Rockefeller Foundation
I. Van Antwerp.
WITH
A past president of Cong. grant concerned with studies cm
Shaarey Zedek, Judge Rubiner the adolescent, Dr. Redl has
also served as president of the been associated with the guid-
Jewish Community Center, of ance department of Cranbrook
which he is now an honorary School, lectured on mental- hy-
giene at the University of "Mich-
board member.
He is a former member of the igan and was a--research asso-
For Boys awl Girls _6-14
Board of Governors of the Jew- ciate at the RciCkefeller Foun-
ish Welfare Federation, and has dation.
ONLY 60 MILES FROM DETROIT
He has written a number of
held numerous offices in both
on
chil-
-
standard-setting
tests
,
Modern Sanitary Facilities
the United Hebrew Schools and
All Land & Water Sports
A GALLON
Dietary Laws Observed
the Zionist Organization of De-
Social & Creative Programs
troit.
Jr. C.I.T. Programs for 14-16 Year Olds at Reduced Rates
The new Bar Association
Part-Season Enrollment Periods Available
president and his wife, the for-
For Details, Phone or Write
mer Selma Zechman, presently
The annual meeting of. the
reside at 22901 S. Bellwood,
Bernard Jaffe, director
Zionist Organization of Detroit
Southfield.
Goldstein, who has been chair- will be held at 8:30 p.m., Thurs-
25541 Karen
man of a number of DBA com- day, at Zionist House, 10424 W.
McNichols.
mittees, is also a member of the
Oak Park, Michigan
Annual reports will be given,
American Bar Association's im-
and
the
election
of
new
officers
Telephone: LI 5-9904
portant committee on Unauthor-
will take place. Abraham Bor-
ized Practice of the Law. He is
man, president, will preside.
a member of the Inter-American
Bar Association, American Ju-
dicature Society and the Order
of the Coif.
A native Detroiter and vet-
eran of World War. I, Goldstein
received h i s
bachelor's de-
gree in 1917
and his doctor
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Forty years of service as a
lawyer, judge and civil servant
were climaxed Monday for
Charles Rubiner with his elec-
tion as president of the Detroit
Bar Association.
Another "40 - year" man,
Charles L. Goldstein, was elect-
ed with Rubiner to serve as
treasurer of the association.
Judge Rubiner, who had
served the Bar Association dur-
ing the past year as first vice-
president, succeeds Frederick
G. Buesser, Jr., whose term had
expired.
He becomes the third mem-
ber of the community to hold
the association's highest office.
His predecessors were ex-Mich-
igan Supreme Court Justice
Henry M. Butzel and Leo J.
Franklin.
The new president assumes
leadership of the 3,000-member
Bar Association at the open-
ing of its 124th year, which
looms as a significant one in
view of recent authorization
of the board of directors to
establish a home for the asso-
ciation in the new Civic Cen-
ter area.
Born in Traverse City, Judge
Rubiner was a 1919 cum laude
graduate of the University of
Detroit law school, later serv-
ing on that school's faculty.
He was then appointed Com-
mon Pleas Judge, and two years
later was re-elected to the same
bench for a full, six-year term,

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