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June 12, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-06-12

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THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS -- Friday, June 12, 19

News Brevities

Dr. Rabi to Speak
at WIC Parley

Senator PHILIP A. HART Rabbi Schwarzof will partici-
will be guest at a garden party pate at Camp Knight, on Web-
being given Saturdry, by the ster Lake, near Cheboygan,
Detroit chapter of ADA in from June 21 to 26, while
honor of KAY PEVEN, former Rabbi Frankel will join in dis-
chairman, it was announced by cussions at the Port Huron Dis-
Stanley Michaels, chapter chair- trict Senior High Institute, at
man. More than 300 are ex- Jeddo, Mich., from June 29 to
pected to attend the event to July 4.
* *. *
begin at 9 p.m. at the home of
An exhibit featuring selec-
Mr. and • Mrs. Abe Zwerdling,
18265 Birchcrest. Mrs. Peven tions from the art show of the
will be honored for the "loyal, BIRMINGHAM ARTS FESTI-
diligent and effective service" VAL will. be displayed in the
she has given ADA. new Exhibition Gallery of the
Lewis Artist Supply Company
* * *
Embarked on her new inva- from June 15 to
* July
sion of America's screens, Brig-
itte Bardot is back in her latest HERMAN FISHMAN, gen-
film, "Love Is My Profession," eral agent for the Franklin
now going into its third week Life Insurance Co. in Detroit,
at the TRANS-LUX KRIM, addressed a convention of the
playing to capacity crowds. The Great Lakes Region of Physi-
film, a Kingsley International cians and Surgeons on Tues-
release, is produced by Raoul day, at Grossinger's, in New
J. Levy, who was responsible York. Fishman is a life and
for the first Bardot bulls-eye, qualifying member of the Mil-
"And God Created Woman," lion Dollar Round Table.
* * * •
and is directed by Claude
* * *
of the U.S. Olympic fencing
Rabbi DAVID I. GOLOVEN- team and holder of more Mid-
SKY, president of the New west and state championship
York Board of Rabbis and tiles than any other fencer, will
spiritual leader of Beth El Syna- leave for California on June 27
gogue, New Rochelle, is con- to participate in the Pan-Amer-
ducting a retreat for Jewish ican Fencing Trials.
* • * *
chaplains in Europe. He was
invited for this mission by the
The final meeting of the
Secretary of the Army with the BODZIN FAMILY CLUB will
cooperation of the National be held Sunday evening in the
Jewish Welfare Board.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton
* * *
Duchan, 17180 Greenlawn.
* * *
•Dr. Samuel
Belkin, presi- A Detroit dentist, Dr. LEON
dent of Ye- HERSCHFUS, has been elected
shiva Univer- to the Royal Society of Health,
sity, returned an honorary society in London,
to his alma England, which until recently
mater, Brown was open only to residents of
U ni versity, the British Commonwealth.
June 2, to re- Members are chosen by invita-
:: ceive an hon- tion and elected on the basis of
orary degree. professional standing and work
He had earned in academic fields, the an-

Dr. Belkin

Information on Immigraton News
Is Made a State Secret in Israel

Israel's Official Gazette this week published a rul-
ing, taken with the consent of the Knesset Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, making all information pertaining to
immigration a state secret.
Transmission of such news without clearing it with -
the government is to be considered a violation of the
State Secrets Act.
Stoppage of immigration from Eastern Europe has
brought forth criticism of the manner in which such
migration has been publicized.

Rabbis Stress Soviet Tyranny
Continues to Persecute Jews

Prof. I. I. RABI of Colum-
bia University, w o r 1 d-re-
nowned nuclear physicist and
Nobel Prize winner, will ad-
dress the WIC Plenary As-
sembly in Stockholm in Au-
gust on "International Co-
operation in the Atomic Age."
Dr. Rabi will share the plat-
form with • prof. Amos De
Shalit, head of the depart-
ment of nuclear physics at
the Weizmann Institute of
Science, Israel.

NEW YORK (JTA) — Dele-
gates to a plenary session of the
Synagogue Council of America
being held here charged that
"despite disclaimers from. Soviet
leaders, from Prime Minister
Krushchev on down, evidence
continues to come to light that
the Soviet ideological campaign
to destroy Judaism in the Soviet
Union has never been halted
and, at the most, only abated
occasionally for world propa-
ganda purposes."
The charge was contained in
one of a series of policy resolu-
tions approved by the delegates,
who elected Rabbi Max D. Da-
vidson, of Perth Amboy, N.J.,
to-a two-year term as president.

Tips for smart trippers


his Ph.D. at nouncement stated.
Brown in
The degree of doctor of osteo-
pathy was conferred upon LE

JOHN J. GROGAN, Mayor of ROY S. NEUMANN, son of Mr.
Hoboken, N. J., has purchased and Mrs. M. W. Neumann, of
a $1,000 • State of Israel Bond, 25541 Colleen, Oak Park, at
it was announced by Dr. Joseph exercises of the Des Moines, Ia.,
J. Schwartz, vice president of College of Osteopathic Medicine
the Israel Bond Organization. and Surgery last week. Married
His purchase was made at the to the former Brenda Toby.
recent annual Israel Bond din- Fried, Dr. Neumann will intern
ner in Hoboken, at which he for a year at Zieger Osteopathic
was the principal speaker.
Hospital, .on Livernois, in De-
* * *
* * *
Two members of the Brandeis
University faculty have been MORRIS I. SILVERMAN, an
awarded Fulbright grants to un- associate of the Ruben Gold
derwrite their lecture programs Agency for the Massachusetts
at overseas universities during Mutual Life Insurance Co., has
the 1959-60 academic year. Dr. finished fourth out of 38 mem-
Henry Popkin, assistant profes- bers of the company's home of-
sor of English and theater arts, fice school for career under-
will lecture on American litera- -writers. To achieve the distinc-
ture and drama at the Univer- tion, Silverman delivered $470,-
sity of Clermont - Ferrand, 578 in ordinary life insurance
France. Dr. SAMUEL SHAPI- during six months of field com-
RO, instructor in American his- petition.
* * *
tory and literature, will lecture
on American literature at the
Named this week to a com-
University of Tucuman, Argen- mittee of the LAPEER PAR-
ENTS ASS'N., which is plan-
* * *
ning its annual fall bazaar on
Dr. FRANZ GOLDMANN, di- Oct. 10 to assist mentally re-
rector of the "National Health tarded children at Lapeer State
Study" of the Council of Jewish Home and Training School, are
Federations and Welfare Funds, the following: Henry Widrich,
was presented with the Ernst chairman, and Mrs. Widrich,
P. Boas Award at a ceremony Mrs. Seldon Barris, Mrs. Lola
on June 3 in connection with Brinn, Mrs. Sheldon Marston,
Alumni Day, at Montefiore Mrs. B. Lagimodiere and Cedric
Hospital, New York. He was Braund. Contributions for
honored for his contributions various carnival booths are be-
to social medicine as a research ing accepted by Joseph Kepes,
worker, author of many scien- UN 2-6066.
* *
tific publications, and as a
* * *
who has been associated with
Rabbi JOSEPH SCHWAR- Fred Sanders for more than 45
ZOF, of Temple Beth El, Ben- years, has been elected presi-
ton Harbor, and Rabbi PHILIP dent of the 84-year-old confec-
FRANKEL, of Temple .Shaarey tionery business, succeeding
Zedek, Lansing, will represent Fred W. Sanders, who • becomes
the Jewish Chautauqua Society chairman of the board. JACK
at camp programs of the Meth- SANDERS becomes secretary
odist Church of Michigan by of the company, a position
serving as teacher-counselors. which has been held by Welch.

Rabbi Julius Mark, of New
York, was named first vice-
"Reports continue to emerge
from behind the Iron Curtain
on the continued Soviet ban on
all phases of Jewish culture,
except for the showpiece an-
nouncements of rare publica-
tions in Yiddish for • export
only," the resolution said.
Also cited were "the con-
tinued conversions of the, last
handful of synagogues to work-
ingmen's clubs, dispersals by
police of the few groups of
Soviet Jews who still seek
bravely to worship on our High
Holy Days and similar suppres-

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