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October 30, 1959 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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News Brevities

Isaac Stern, who will appear .WALTER S. HILBORN, Los
at the Masonic Temple on Angeles Jewish communal
Nov. 13, inhabits the sparsely leader, has been named winner
of the fourth annual Edwin
Rosenberg Award for leader-
ranks of the:;:::
ship in Jewish communal serv-
world's great;
ice, it was announced by Judge
Musical art-
Sidney Goldmann of Trenton,
ists. With all
chairman of the awards com-
the major
mittee. The award will be pre-
symphony or-
sented at the Saturday night
banquet session of the 28th Gen-
cities across
eral Assembly of the Council of
the U.S. andi
Jewish Federations and Wel-
Canada, i
fare Funds in San Francisco,
Europe, Rus-
Nov. 14.
sia, Israel,
* * *
India, Japan, Stern
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
Australia and South America,
his magnificent virtuosity has president of the Israel Bond
won the admiration and affec- Organization, and an authority
tion of critics and audiences. on Semitics and Semitic Litera-
The only major violinist whose ture, was elected a member of
the board of
training is exclusively Ameri-
governors o f
can, Stern received instruction
Dropsie Col-
in his own home town, San
lege for He-
Francisco, from Naoum Blinder.
brew and Cog-
He began piano lessons at six,
nate Learning,
turned to the violin at eight,
it was an-
and made his debut at 15. In
nounced by
addition to his concert dates
D r.. Abraham
Stern starred on the nation's
A. Neuman,
screens in the role of Eugene
president of
Ysaye in the 20th Century-Fox
the college,
production, "Tonight We Sing,"
and Judge
S. Hurok's film biography. His
Horace Stern,
many radio and television per-
chairman of
formances and his "ghosting" of
its board of
the sound-track of the movie
Dr. Schwartz governors. Dr.
"Humoresque" for the late John
Garfield have been heard by Schwartz, who studied for the
rabbinate at the Rabbi Isaac
• *
Elchanan Seminary (now Yesh-
Dr. MAX NEWMAN, au- iva University), holds an hon-
thority on problems of physical orary degree of D o c t o r of
therapy and rehabilitation, will Humane Letters from that in-
address the 1959 convention of stitution. He received the Doc-
the Michigan Chiropody Asso- tor of Philosophy degree from
ciation, to be held Saturday and Yale University, and served on
Sunday in the Statler-Hilton . the faculties of the American
Hotel. Dr. Newman will speak University in Cairo (Egypt)
on the treatment of circulatory and Long Island University.
* * *
foot ailments.
* * *
The Union of American He-
The life of France's high brew Congregations announces
society, as it is actually lived the appointment of PAUL
in the world of fashion, goes on KRESH as the new editor of its
view in "THE LOVERS" (Les official publicatimi, "American
Amants) opening at the Trans- Judaism." At the same time,
Lux Krim Theater on Tuesday. Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath;
UAHC president, named Kresh
* * *
BURG FAMILY CLUB will to the post of director of public
meet Sunday evening, in the relations to handle the growing
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben needs of the patron and parent
Burg, of Stratford Ave., Oak body of American 13,,,form Juda-
Park. A Hallowe'en party is ism.
* * .*
* * *
president-elect of the N. Y.
E. CLIFTON DANIEL, as- State Speech Association for
sistant managing editor of the 1960, has been appointed by.
New York Times, will discuss Yeshiva University as chairman
world news when he appears of a newly-formed department
before Detroit Town Hall on of English, Speech and Com-
Wednesday. His lecture, to be munications in its Graduate
held at 11 a.m. in Ford Audi- School of Education.
torium, will be followed by a
* * *
luncheon at the Pick - Fort
Tax Problems"
Shelby Hotel. Daniel, who is
married to the former. Margaret will be discussed by the HIGH
Truman, has had years of ex- S CH 0 OL INTERNATIONAL
perience in the foreign news CLUB at '7:30 p.m., Monday, at
Parkman Branch Library, 1766
Oakman Blvd. Dr. James Papke,
* * *
GARELICK'S GALLERY, of of Wayne State University's
20208 Livernois, will open an economics department, will be
exhibition, Nov. 1 through 14, of speaker. Cherna Bodzin, of
recent drawings by the famous Mackenzie High School, will be
Giacomo Porzano. The theme of one of the panelists.
* * *
the exhibition is "New Italian
Realism." Porzano has been one
of the exponents in contempo- alumnus of Aleph Zadek Aleph
rary Italy of reversing the —the boys' component of Bnai
trend from abstract expression- Brith — has been appointed a
ism to realism, and today he, member of Canada's delegation
Guttuso, Levy. and Muzzelo are to the United Nations. Dr. Co-
the leading spokesmen for real- hen is a member of McGill Uni-
versity's law faculty and the au-
ism in Italy.
thor of numerous legal publica-
* * *
ROY H. HILLENSON, of tions.
Bethesda, Md., former executive
assistant to Senator Jacob K.. Shroder Award Winners
The Federation Employment
Javits, has been appointed the
national Washington represent- and Guidance Service of New
ative of the American Jewish York and two communal agen-
cies of Indianapolis, the Jewish
* * *
Welfare Federation and the Bor-
Dr. RUPERT SHRIAR has instein Home for the Jewish
been appointed editor and co- Aged, were named winners- of
publisher of the Jewish Post of the 1959 William J. Shroder
Winnipeg, succeeding Melvin Memorial Awards, sponsored by
Fenson, who resigned to settle the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds.
in Israel.

Dr. Glueck to. Relate
Archaeology's Role
in Confirming Bible

Disclose `SS-Ring' in -Dixie' Schoot

The existence of a "Nazi Storm
Troop" of about 20 high school
boys was disclosed here as po-
lice made known the arrest of
three teen-aged anti-Semites.
The group was suspected of
recent activities involving de-
facement of property with anti-
Jewish slogans, arson and theft
of rifles and ammunition.
Police said some of the youths
were linked with George Lin-
coln Rockwell, self-styled com-
mander of a neo-Nazi organiza-
tion in nearby Arlington. Rock-
well, a former naval officer,
has spread anti-Jewish propag-
anda in the nation's capital
area for about two years.
Youths aged 14, 17 and 18 are
accused in thte fire bombing of
the home of the Vice-Mayor
of Alexandria. Anti-Jewish and
Nazi slogans were pasted on the
At a Juvenile Court hearing,
the 14-year-old pleaded guilty
to arson chat-ges. Sentencing
was postponed for two weeks.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, Biblical Juvenile Court jurisdiction was
archaeologist and president of waived on the 17-year-old who
Hebrew Union College-Jewish was ordered held for Grand
Institute of Religion, will draw
on in-the-field experience to re-
late in a national telecast Sun- Bernstein's USSR Trip
day, Nov. 8, how archaeology Re-Unites Dad, Uncle
increasingly demonstrates the
Bible's historical accuracy. As
a guest of the Rt. Rev. James of the by-products of the trip
A. Pike, Protestant Episcopal by. Leonard Bernstein and the
Bishop of California, on the New York Philharmonic to
Bishop Pike pr o g r a m, Dr: Soviet Russia was a reunion by
of the composer-con-
Glueck. disco-verer of King telephone
uncle. They
Solomon's copper mines and had not been in and
for 49
thousands of other ancient sites
in the Holy Land, will report years.
Bernstein's father — Samuel
on a whole series of finds val- J. Bernstein of Brookline, Mass.
idating the memory of 'ancient —disclosed the story at a re-
geography and h i s t or ,y pre- ception preceding a National
served in the Bible.
Press Club luncheon for the
The author of the recent pop- conductor.
ular book, Rivers in the Desert,
While the conductor was in
an account of his explorations the Soviet Union last month, he
in Israel's Negev Region, Dr. received a visitor who identi-
Glueck is a veteran of 30 years fied himself as Simeon Bern-
of archaeological study in Bible stein, a mining engineer, from
lands, and recently returned Siberia. During the conversa-
from an eight-week summer tion, the conductor learned his
expedition which yielded new visitor was his uncle. The uncle
and important discoveries.
went with the conductor to
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Leningrad for a concert and
Institute of Religion, which he there they telephoned the con-
heads, is America's seminary of ductor's father in Brookline on
Reform Judaism, training Sept. 3.
rabbis, cantors and educators
for Reform congregations.

Jury action on charges of con-
spiracy and violation of proba-
tion. The . 18-year-old, Lloyd J.
Connei, was held for the Grand
Jury on arson and burglary
The father of the 14-year-old
revealed the existence of the
Nazi "Storm Troopers" at the
local high school. He indicated
the movement was inspired by
Rockwell. Alexandria school su-
perintendent T. C. Williams an-
nounced that he would launch
an inquiry.
Informants stated the group
included Rockwell's disciples
and was supplied with Nazi
insignia, swastika arm bandS
and anti-Jewish material in
pamphlet form.
The Vice-Mayor, whose home
was the target of arson and
anti-Jewish propaganda, is a
non-Jew. His wife, also a Chris-
tian, is a Juvenile Court judge.


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Council Announces
Committee Heads

Lawrence W. Crohn, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council, announces the follow-
ing additional committee ap-
Dr. Shrnarya Kleinman, for-
mer president of the Council,
will continue as chairman of the
changing neighborhoods com-
mittee which examines prob-
lems posed for the Jewish com-
munity by residential mobility
in metropolitan Detroit, and
recommends policy and action
in this area.
The personnel committee will
be headed again by Morris Lieb-
erman. Other members •of this
committee are Charles Gold-
stein and David Safran.
The Council's mass media
committee will be chaired by
Harold Berry. This committee
reviews literature and films for
use in the Council's educational
and interpretation programs.
Hyman Safran and Stanley J.
Winkelman continue as co-chair-
men of the budget committee.
Walter Berlow will head the
Arbitration a n d conciliation
The evaluation committee,
which is engaged in an ongoing
evaluation of Council program,
will be chaired again by Dr.
Samuel Krohn, chairman of the
internal relations committee.

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parliament, called the Knesset,
elected under a system of pro-
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