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June 17, 1960 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-17

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Mrs. _Harry J. Finke, of
Great Neck, N.Y., has been
elected president of the Jewish
Braille Institute of America
for a two-year term, succeeding
Mrs. Louis J. Bieber, of New
York.
Mrs. Finke,
who has been
a braille tran-
scriber and
teacher of
braille tran-
scribing on a
volunteer
basis for a
number of
years, served
as recording
Mrs. Finke secretary of
the institute for the past four
years, as chairman of braille
for the Nassau County (N.Y.)
Chapter of the American Red
Cross, and as chairman of serv-
ices for the Blind, New York
State Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods.
The Jewish Braille Institute's
headquarters are at 48 E. 74th
St., New York City, where it
maintains a free circulating li-
brary of more than 8,000 braille
volumes and 500 full-length re-
corded "talking books."

Leaders in Paris for
Global Education Parley

Forty world experts in Jewish
education will gather in Paris
June 29-30 to plan the first in-
ternational conference on Jew-
ish education, wit ha tentative
date for the summer of 1961.
Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig, di-
rector of the World Jewish
Congress' international affairs
department in New York, who
left for Paris in connection with
the sessions, said that the Paris
conference will be attended by
Jewish scholars and educators
from a number of countries, in-
cluding the United States, Can-
ada, Argentina, Britain, France,
Israel, Australia, South Africa
and Yugoslavia.

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Two Detroiters Among Brandeis U. Grads

Three Michigan students, two
of them from Detroit, received
Bachelor of Arts degrees at the
ninth commencement exercises
at Brandeis University, Sunday.
They are Adrienne B r u n-a
Auslander, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Auslander, of 18975
Wildemere; Burton Louis Raimi,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Raimi, of 18694 Fairfield; and
Edward Leon Plafkin, of 1252
Salem, Grand Rapids.
Miss Auslander, a Dean's List
student, was an English and
American literature major. She
plans to attend Yale University

in the fall, where she will earn
her Master of Arts degree in
education. She is a graduate of
Mumford high school and has
attended the University of Mich-
igan.
Raimi, an economics major,
was business manager of the
1 9 6 0 yearbook, president of
Men's Interdorm C o u n cil, a
Dean's List student and a mem-
ber of the Pre-Law Society.
Following graduation, he plans
to attend the University of
Michigan law school. He is a
graduate of Detroit Country
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Stratford Awaits
Millionth Patron

SIRATFORD, Ontario — The
Stratford Shakespearean Festi-
val of Canada will welcome its
one millionth patron this sum-
mer.
Theater-goer No. 1,000,000
will pass through the Festival
Theater's glass and chrome
doors some time in late July.
And when he (or she) does, the
gift from the management will
be a lifetime pass—an invita-
tion for two to attend one per-
formance of all future produc-
tions at the festival, free of
charge.
In the Festival's first seven
years, 939,071 paying patrons
attended 544 performances of
16 different plays.
The 1960 Stratford Festival
will open June 27 with Douglas
Seale's production of "King
John." Douglas Campbell's stag-
ing of "A Midsummer Night's
Dream" follows on June 28, and
the next night, June 29, Michael
Langham's production of "Ro-
meo and Juliet" will have its
premiere. Julie Harris, Christo-
pher Plummer, Bruno Gerussi,
Douglas Rain, Kate Reid and
Tony Van Bridge head this
year's company.
• • •

2 Hollywood Composers at
Stratford Film Festival

Two of Hollywood's top corn-
posers of motion picture music
will take part in this summer's
Stratford, Ontario, International
Film Festival, Louis Apple-
baum, the festival's music and
film director, announced.
David Raskin and Andre Pre-
vin will appear, separately, on
the stage of the Avon theater,
Aug. 24 and 25, during the film
festival's first week.
"The plan," Applebaum said,
"is to have each of the com-
posers discuss-the special prob-
lems, techniques and motiva-
tions in creating music for the
movies."

Rabbi Kirshenbaum
Describes Israel
Visit in Pamphlet

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Sale of tickets by Detroit fire-
men for their 1960 FIREMEN'S
FIELD DAY at Brigg's Stadium
will start June 24. Proceeds are
used for sick relief of disabled
firemen and provide a death
benefit payment for the assis-
tance of widows and orphans of
disabled firement. The contest
for the City Championship in
the Firemen's League will take
place at Briggs Stadium Aug.14
— the day of the Firemen's
Field Day.
* C *

Me y e r W. Leib, prominent
attorney and la b o r relations
consultant and partner in the
law firm of
Leib and Leib,
with offices in
t h e Cadillac
Tower B I d g.,
was elected
president of
t h e Palmyra
Civic Associa-
tion at its re-
Leib
cent annual
election. The neighborhood im-
provement association co v e r s
the area bounded by Seven Mile
Rd., Curtis, Wyoming and
Meyers Rd.
* • •
DAVID DESOW, CPA, has
been named vice-chairman of
the Detroit chapter of the Mich-
igan Association of Certified
Public Accountants.
• • •
A. HILLEL HENKIN, execu-
tive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, New Haven,
Conn.; PHILIP GOODMAN, di-
rector of Jewish Education of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board; and CHAIM LEAF,
noted He brew author and
editor, will receive the first
Horeb Awards to be presented
by the Yeshiva University
Teachers Institutes Associated
Alumni, Sunday, at the home-
coming day dinner, in New
York.
* • •
Dr. BERNARD D. WEIN-
RYB, professor of Jewish his-
tory at Yeshiva University's
Bernard Revel Graduate School
and School of Social Work, has
been appointed a Faculty Re-
search Fellow by the Social
Science Research Council. Dr.
Weinryb's grant will cover an
eight-month period starting
next February during which he
will devote all his time to com-
pleting a two-volume social his-
tory of Eastern European
Jewry.

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23 Maitland St., London, On-
tario, has incorporated his im-
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Israel in a pamphlet, copies of
which are available by writing
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of Israel. He speaks of people,
places and events. Of special in-
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Mrs. Finke Heads
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