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July 08, 1960 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-07-08

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News of Suburbia

O-W Young Israel Men
Announce Officers

Weizmann Institute Scientist Sleuths
for Israel Police in Crime Detection
the running speed estimated by

were clearly discernible on the
spectrograph, giving circum- Jaffe had been well within hiS
stantial proof of the suspicions. capacity.
Thus, a theory of suicide,
The Men's Club of Young Is-
But the spectrographic exam-
rael of Oak-Woods announces
strongly suggested by motiva-
inations
are
only
one
aspect
of
Detroit attorney for 23 years,
the election of the following
help given by the Institute. tional factors, was prc - ed by
Herbert Burdick, of 25605 Dun-
Institute scientists have served scientific 'calculations w hie h
dee, Royal Oak, has announced officers:
police well, also, in an unoffi- could only be made by the most
Louis
Fein,
president;
Shel-
his candidacy • as nominee for
cial consultative .capacity par- highly qualified scientists.
don
Frisdon,
vice
-
president;
the newly created short term
ticularly in intricate problems
_ judgeship in Probate C o u r t, Simon M. Kleinplatz, secretary;
Rabbi Chanina said, "I have
of physics, to name just one
may
seem
unlikely,
per-
Oakland County. The non-parti- Samuel Ginsburg, treasurer;
It
learned many things from my
san election will be preceded by Ben Weingarden, Seymour haps even incongruous, that the other field.
A man's body was once found teachers, more from my col-
Ribiat, Sam Glanz, Ben Gros- Weizmann Institute of Science,
the Aug. 2 primary.
singer and Jonah Alter, board with its almost cloistered at- at some distance from a build- leagues but most from my pu-
He is the brother of Ben- members.
mosphere, conducts investiga- ing. The pathological examina- pils."
jamin D. Burdick, member of
The
Men's
Club
will
sponsor
tions, not only into the laws of tion disclosed that it had been
the Wayne State University
a
picnic
July
24
at
Oak
Major
nature, but into the nature of smashed by a great force which
Board of Governors and a
Park. Seymour Ribiat and Louis crimes—among them, homicide, might be explained either by
a traffic accident, or by a fall
Kanarek, chairmen in charge, arson, rape and burglary.
from a building.
announce that there will be
For several years now, the
See Our
games and prizes for children Institute has quietly rendered
The traffic accident theory
who are accompanied by their immeasurable assistance to the was ruled out because of the
Complete
parents.
Selection
police courts of Israel for whom location. It seemed impossi-
The Bowling League of O-W it has unravelled the most ble that, at this particular
of
Young Israel Men's Club elect- complex and unorthodo:_ prob- spot, a car could work up
• CHARMS
sufficient speed to cause such
ed the following officers: Ben lems of physical evidence.
• CHAINS
Weingarden, president, Larry
Twentieth century crime de- physical damage, or that the
• BROOCHES
body
had
fallen
from
the
White, vice president; Simon M. tection relies largely on the
'•WATCHES, Etc.
Kleinplant, secretary-treasurer. apparatus and special skills of nearest building because the
distance
between
'
them
was
the modern world. Clearly, the
Visit With the Latins
Israel Police Force could not too large.
Jaffe
was
c
a
11
.
d
in.
He
afford the scientific personnel
or equipment which the Weiz- figured out that if the deceased
mann Institute he frequently had run fast -nough—taking a
running jump from the nearest
129.131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
BOSTON (JTA) — Merger placed at its disposal.
building—it could account for
FERNDALE 20. MICHIGAN
of the Associated Jewish Philan-
A telling example of this the state of his body.
LI 2-2110
thropies of Boston with the cooperation is in the sphere
It was later ascertail ed that
Open Daily to 5:30;
HERBERT BURDICK
Combined Jewish Appeal of of emission spectrography- the dead man had, indeed, been
Thurs. and Fri. to 9
Greater Boston, unifying the
prominent Republican leader, central budgeting and fund- which detects and -identifies an athlete of sorts, and that
and Irwin Burdick, chairman of raising agencies of the Boston minute traces of various ma-
the 15th Republican Congres- Jewish Community, was ap- terials, such as glass frag-
ments and paint smears.
sional District.
proved this week by trustees of
Here, not only did the Insti-
Born in Detroit, Burdick has the two agencies. The recom-
been a resident of Oakland mendation will be presented tute carry out hundreds of es-
County for almost nine years. for final ratification to the full sential examinations for police,
He and his wife Alma have memberships at the annual but an Institute scientist, Dr.
three children, Audree, Glenn meetings 'of the organizations Joseph Jaffe, found , used
spectograph' put it in good
next September.
and Clifton.
Lewis H. Weinstein, Boston order, installed it and trained
'Former assistant prosecuting
• Bermuda Shorts
attorney for Wayne County, attorney and past president of police in its use. -
• Suits
The celebrated instance of a
Burdick has also served as the Combined Jewish App-eal
• Sport Coats
• Slacks
attorney for Redford Township who served as chairman of the police spectrographic examina -
and as legal counsel to the committee on merger created tion conducted at the Weiz-
Closed Sunday During the Summer
Charter Commission of South- in 1955, told the trustees that mann Institute was the case of
field, which presently operates merger would eliminate "more the priceless antiques stolen
than confusion" in the minds from the Bezalel Museum in
Free
as a city under that charter.
22155 COOLIDGE, So. of 9 Mile
Alterations
Among his activities in local of Boston Jews about the areas Jerusalem. The golden cere-
civic and legal organizations, of responsibility of each orga- monial objects had been melted
down in order to prevent identi-
the Wayne St ate University nization.
fication, a n d ■
He said that the merger
graduate is a past senior vice-
to make easi-
We Make Our Own Glasses
commander of the Jewish War committee had learned that the
er their dis-
existence
of
two
groups
created
Veterans, past commander of
HEADQUARTERS FOR
posal.
Sholom Post, Jewish War Vete- "needless misunderstanding on
Police
sus-
certain
policy
decisions,
budget-
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND IM-
rans and a former member of
pected that
PORTED FRAME FASHIONS
the Boards of Directors of the ing practices and relationships
this
was
done
Memorial Home Association and with suburban communities."
at an uphols-
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
the Men's Club of Cong. Emanu- He said it also made for dupli-
terer's shop
cation of membership on the
ACCURATELY FILLED
El.
where they
boards of trustees and commit-
had first been
tees. He noted that nationally
• Reasonably Priced
• Immediate Repair
Meet Education Needs, there had been a "steady trend
filed down.
An iron file
— ASK ABOUT OUR CONTACT LENS —
Label A. Kati Urges to integrate federations with
was eventual-
PARIS, (JTA)—Jewish com- fund-raising organizations into
ly discovered
a single central body responsi-
munities throughout the world
ble both for fund-raising and
.on _the prem-
were challenged by Label A.
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
ises and sent
Jaffe
Katz, Bnai Brith president, to overall planning of domestic,
LI 7-5068
examination in
overseas
and
Israeli
philan-
on
to
Jaffe
for
OAK
PARK,
MICH.
back up resolutions of the
thropic and organization needs." the Institute's large Littrow
Hours: Daily & Sat. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. — Thursdays to 9 p.m.
World Conference on Jewish
Founded in 1895 as the Fed- Spectrograph.
Education "not by mere words
eration of Jewish Charities, the
The spectral lines of gold
but by acts."
AJP served not only as the
Asserting that the funds ex- social planning and budgeting
pended for Jewish education by agency for Boston Jewish
the American Jewish commun- health, welfare, education and
Kosher Meat & Poultry Market
ity, the largest and richest in recreation agencies but also
the world, were inadequate, conducted its own fund-raising
We Serve Only Prime & Choice Meats!
Katz told the delegates to the
69c lb.
until
1940.
KOSHER SALAMI
conference that this phase of

Burdick in Race
for Probate Post

The services rendered by the
Weizmann Institute scientists
range from fuel research, geo-
physical surveys, the isotope in-
vestigation of underground water,
to aid Israel's industry. Even the
Police Department makes use of
the brains of the Weizmann In-
stitute. Recently Dr. Joseph H.
Jaffe, head of the Infrared Sec-
tion was called upon to solve a
crime and explain a suicide which
baffled official investigators. This
story tells how he did both.

Antique Jewelry

Boston Agencies
Merge for Drive

Summer Sale!
20% OFF ON ALL

Summer Weight

RADOM TAILORS

1.

INO!

ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE

Jewish life "merits a top pri-
ority in our budget. Mere reso-
lutions are not enough. We
must translate these resolutions
into the language of action and
implementation."

Brandeis U. Gets Original
Van Der Heist Painting
WALTHAM, Mass.—An orig-
inal oil portrait, painted by the
Dutch artist, Bartholomeus Van
der Heist, in the middle of the
17th century, has been present-
ed to the Brandeis University
art collection by I. Austin
Kelly III, prominent New York
City consulting engineer.
The painting, in excellent
condition, is a full-length por-
trait of one My n h e e r Van
Daems, Master of the Royal
Mercers Guild of Holland. It is
valued in excess of $10,000.

UJA Leadership
Youth Program
Planned in U.S.

Give 'K.' Cold Shoulder,
Austrian Jews Advised

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

VIENNA—The Austrian Jew-
ish community was advised
Tuesday not to show any signs
of friendliness or sympathy
with Soviet Premier Nikita
S Khrushchev during his cur-
rent visit in Austria.
The Austrian Jewish monthly
publication, N e u e Welt, r e -
minded its readers in an edi-
tccial Tuesday that the Jews
in countries behind the Iron
Curtain were still restricted
in the observance of their re-
ligion. It noted that the Jews
of the world would be grateful
to the Soviet Union if it would
permit the Jews to emigrate
from that country.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM. — The United
Jewish Appeal will launch a
special program in the United
States, aimed at developing fu-
ture leadership for the organi-
zation from among the younger
generation of American Jews,
it was announced here Tuesday
by Rabbi Herbert Friedman,
UJA executive vice chairman,
who reported on the projected
program at a meeting here of
the Jewish Agency Executive.
The UJA leader stressed that
the UJA campaign total of $33,-
500,000 for the first half of
1960 was achieved without any
crisis appeal. The campaign in
the U. S. stressed the long-term
needs for the consolidation of
Israel's agricultural settlements.

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