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November 11, 1960 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-11

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50—BUSINESS CARDS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

J. S. Medical Advisory El Al PR Director
Board for Kupat Holim HeadsAdvisory Body
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
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cal Advisory Committee for
Kupat H o 1 i m, the Workers'
Health Ins u r a n c e Fund in
Israel, was announced here by
Dr.. H. M. Zimmerman, Chief,
Laboratory Division of the
Montefiore Hospital, who heads
the committee. The aims and
purposes of the committee, as
formulated and approved by a
conference attended by lead-
ing American. and Israeli physi-
cians, are:
1. To advise and assist the
board of directors of Kupat
Holim in all matters relating
to scientific research, postgrad-
uate studies, training of per-
sonnel, and the problems and
standards of_ medical work.
2. To advise and assist in the
procurement of fellowships for
postgraduate studies and train-
ing of personnel.
3. To represent Kupat Holim
in medical and scientific mat-
ters before governmental and
other agencies in the United
States.
4. To advise in the develop-
ment and improvement of medi-
cal care in pace with the ad-
vance of modern medicine.
5. To establish closer rela-
tions between Kupat Holim and
medical institutions in the
United States, through the ex-
change of information, publica-
tions and research data.
Serving with Dr. Zimmerman
on the advisory Committee are
other prominent medical scien-
tists, including Dr. David Gluck,
Dr. Albert B. Sabin, Dr. Sidney
Farber, Dr. Leonard T. Kurland,
Dr. Leona Baumgartner, Dr.
Jack Masur, Dr. George Reader
and Dr. Elvin A. Kabat.

NEW YORK, (JTA)—J. Peter
Brunswick, director of public
relations of the El Al Israel
Airline in New York, was
unanimously elected president
of the North, American Public
Relations Advisory Committee,
the central body of public re-
lations directors of all airlines
maintaining offices in the
United States.
The El Al executive will rep-
resent all North American air-
lines at an international con-
ference in Estoril, Portugal, at
which problems of public re-
lations in the airline industry
will be discussed. Brunswick
joined El Al in 1952.

United Hias Parley
Urges Liberalization
of Immigration Laws

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Congress
was urged "to translate into leg-
islation the stand of both major
political parties and their presi-
dential candiates in favor of lib-
eralizing the basic immigration
and nationality laws of the United
States."
This action was recommended
in a resolution adopted at the
31st annual convention of the
Council of Organizations of Un-
ited Hias Service at the Commo-
dore Hotel attended by more than
1,000 delegates representing frat-
ernal, labor and religious organ-
izations.
The Workmen's Circle was
awarded a scroll of honor at the
convention, in celebration of its
60th anniversary and in recogni-
tion of its "humanitarian efforts
to rescue our persecuted and up-
rooted co-religionists in all parts
of the world." Nathan Chapin,
Sugarine Helps Wage
general secretary of the Work-
men's Circle, accepted the award
Battle-of-the-Bulge -
Here's an item of interest for on behalf of his organization,
diabetics or those people trying known as "the Red Cross of the
to keep ahead in the "battle-of- labor movement."
the-bulge."
It's easy to over-eat when such
an abundance i taste-tempting
foods are placed before us—it's
only human. But when we do eat
Former Israel Prime Minister
too much, no' matter how delicious
Moshe
Sharett and noted Ameri-
it is, we pay for it in terms of
can historian and author Henry
calories.
Thanks to a new liquid sweet- Steele Commager will address the
ener called 'Sugarine, you can National Assembly . of American
serve wonderful, deliCious pump- Zionists convening in -New York
kin pie, made without sugar, yet Nov. 13-15 at the Statler-Hilton
just as flavorful and tasty as Hotel. They will speak Sunday,
8 p.m. on the subject, "America
ever.
Calorie-free Sugarine is the and Israel."
The assembly is called by the
perfect substitute for sugar in
your favorite pumpkin pie recipe American Zionist Council, in an
effort to provide a fresh inter-
—like this:
21/2 cups cooked or canned pumpkin pretation of Zionist ideology
1 1/2 teaspoonful Sugarine
within the context of current
V2 teaspoonful salt
world conditions. It will be
/2 teaspoonful ginger
1 teaspoonful cinnanmon
attended
by delegates of nine
1/4 teaspoonful nutmeg
constituent national Zionist or-
3 slightly beaten eggs
11/4 cups milk
ganizations in this country.
,i recipe Plain Pastry

Sharret, Author
Address Zionists

1

News Brevities

Jean Anouilh's "THE WALTZ
OF THE TOREADORS" opens
at the Wayne State University
Theater Nov. 11, with additional
performances Nov. 12, 17, 18
and 19.
•* * *
A study of the Jewish prob-
lem in the Soviet Union by B.
Z. Goldberg will be published
by Crown Publishers, in March.
Entitled "Between Land and
Sea," Goldberg's book presents
the problem in all its aspects,
showing social and economic
difficulties that the Jews in Rus-
sia must face as well as the cul-
tural and religious problems
confronting them. The book is
a documented story of Birobid-
jan up to 1960, telling how it
failed and why.

*

* *

ALISTAIR COOKE, famed em-
cee of "Omnibus," and top cor-
respondent on the American
scene, will analyze the election
results in his appearance Wednes-
day at Ford Auditorium, for the
Detroit Town Hall lecture series.
His talk is "That Presidential
Horse Race!"
* * *
Paul Gregory, producer of
many distinguished stage suc-
cesses, brings his new musical
production, "I'M WITH YOU,"
starring NAT KING COLE, to
the Riviera- Theatre for a week's
engagement beginning Monday,
Nov. 21, with matinees at 2
p.m. on Thanksgiving Day and
Saturday, Nov. 26.
* * *
The London - New York suc-
cess, Peter Shaffer's "FIVE
FINGER EXERCISE," starring
Jessica Tandy and Roland Cul-
ver, begins a two-week engage-
ment at the Shubert Theater,
Monday, Nov. 21. In London
"Five Finger Exercise" won the
British Critics award as the best
play of the 1958-59 season by a,
new playwright; in New York
it won the N.Y. Drama Critics'
Circle Award as the best foreign
play of the 1959-60 season.
* * *
Grinnell Galleries opened a
special showing of water colors
by artist REGINALD MARSH,
one of America's outstanding
painters of the 1930s and 1940s.
Gallery director Les Arwin has
assembled 20 watercolors by
Marsh, Marsh died in 1954 and
14 of the water colors were ob
taMed by Arwin from the Marsh
estate. The other paintings come
from the Detroit Institute of Arts
and private collectors in the De-
troit area, including Mr. and Mrs.
Burt Smokier, Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Michaels, Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Fleischmann and Dr. and
Mrs. Irving Burton.

1- 6 oz. (3/4 cup) evaporated milk

Thoroughly combine pumpkin,
Sugarine, salt, spices. Add eggs,
milk and evaporated miik; blend.
Pour into 9-inch pastry-lined pie
pan. Bake in hot oven (450°) 10
minutes, then in moderate oven
(025°) about 45 minutes, or until
mixture doesn't adhere to knife.
Serve warm or cold.
Sugarine can be used kr_ mak-
ing a variety of delectable des-
serts for the holidays . . . just
use it instead of sugar in recipes
55—MISCELLANEOUS
that do not require sugar for
BEST PRICES PAID for men's suits, bulk. It works wonders in sweet-
ening coffee, tea or other bev-
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erages too. So when your sweet-
tooth is aching, but duty says
57—FOR SALE HOUSEHOLD
"diet" — try this concentrated
GOODS AND FURNISHINGS
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LOVELY drapes, lined, hooks, like
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AYENU

TE MPLE JOSA

BY HENRY LEONARD

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Youth

Leader Is Field Director

CHARLES FREUNDLICH,
youth leader and scholar in the
field of Jewish history and lit-
erature,, was named field di-
rector of the Mid-Western Re-
gion of the Student Zionist Or-
ganization, it was announced by
Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
of the American Zionist Coun-
cil, sponsor of the Student Zion-
ist Organization. The Mid-West-
ern Region includes Michigan.

M. J. LOVELL was named
chairman of the U.S. Maccabiah
Games Committee for VI Mac-
cabiah Games to be held Aug.
29 to Sept. 6, 1961, in Israel, it
was announced by - Col. Harry
D. Henshel, chairman of the
U.S. Committee for Sports in
Israel. Lovell will supervise the
selection, financing and outfit-
ting of the U.S. team, which
will compete against approxi-
mately 30 other countries dur-
ing the '61 games.

MRS. L. W. SINGER, presi-
dent of L. W. Singer Company,
textbook publishers of Syra-
cuse,. N.Y., ' and BENNETT
CERF, president of Random
House, announce that the ac-
quisition of the Singer Corpora-
tion by Random House was con-
summated after approval by the
boards of directors of both
companies involved.
* *
.
Dr. EUGENE BOROWITZ,
director of education, Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, will address the opening
assembly of the 1960-61 Jewish
Orientation and Training Sem-
inar, Nov. 15, at the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies
Building, 130 E. 59 St., New
York.
* * *
DR. JUDAH NADICH, rabbi
of the Park Avenue Synagogue,
New York, a former wartime
advisor to General Eisenhower
on Jewish affairs, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the com-
mission on inter-religious affairs
of the American Zionist Council.
* * *
Dr. MORRIS N. KERTZER,
author, rabbinical leader and
former professor of religion has
been named rabbi of Larchmont
Temple, it was announced by
Mrs. Maurice Mermey, Temple
president.
* * *
KARL S H A P I R 0, Pulitzer
Prize winning poet, will receive
a Doctor of Humane Letters de-
gree from Wayne State Univer-
sity 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
* *
SAM HUNTER, formerly Act-
ing Director of the Minneapolis
Institute of Arts, has been ap-
pointed director of the new Poses
Institute of Fine Arts and of the
Rose Art Museum, at Brandeis
Uhniversity.
* *. *
"Louis Agassiz: A Life in Sci-
ence" is the title of the recently
published biography written by
Dr. EDWARD LURIE, assistant
professor of history _at Wayne
State University. Publisher is the
University of Chicago Press.

*

* *

MAXWELL M. GURMAN, De-
troit, public relations counsel,_
managing director of. the Inter-
national Freedom Festival, was
named Great Lakes Regional Di-
rector of the International Fes-
tivals Association, at their annual
convention, held last week in
Tampa, Fla.

Former SS Guard Is
Sentenced to 7 Years
for Camp Slayings

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

HANOVER—Former SS guard
Albert Mayer was sentenced to
seven years imprisonment here
Wednesday after he was found
guilty of complicity in the mur-
der of one prisoner at the Gross-
rosen concentration camp and of
mortally wounding five others.
The prosecution which charged
Mayer with having murdered 14
prisoners and having injured 27
others had asked the court for a
life sentence for the former block
leader of the camp.
The court found the testimony
of the more than 90 witnesses
"contradictory." It is expected
that the prosecution will appeal
against the court's light sentence.

Israel Becoming
Convention Spot

Cop?. neo, Leonard Pritilth.

Israel's mild year-round cli-
mate and its proximity to Europe
and the United States as jet
service increases are making it a
major convention center.
, During 1961 events scheduled
include the Sixth Pentecostal
World Conference, Tenth Con-
gress of the International Press
Institute, Second 'World Student
Health Congress, Convention of
the International Fiscal Associa-
tion and the Sixth Maccabia, In-

ternational Jewish Sport Meet.

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