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September 28, 1962 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-28

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Mrs. Arthur Rice was named
chairman of the 11th annual Jew-
ish Book Fair and Arts Festival
by Charles Gershenson, president
of the Jewish
Center. Mrs .
Jack Rom was
appointed c o -
chairman.
Mrs. Rice
said the dates
of the Fair
will be from
Saturday eve-
Mrs. Rice
ning, Nov. 3,
through Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Many of the programs will be
co-sponsored with other organ-
izations.
Mrs. Sidney J. Karbel and Mrs.
Harry L. Jackson were appointed
co-chairmen of the program com-
mittee; Mrs. Walter Hirschberg,
chairman of the book selection
committee; Mrs. Samuel Frankel,
chairman of the volunteers com-
mittee; Mrs. Samuel Aaron,
chairman of the ladies day com-
mittee; Mrs. Morris Friedman
and Morris Nobel, co-chairmen
of the Hebrew-Yiddish Commit-
tee.
The following are serving on
the steering committee: Louis
La Med and Mesdames Herbert
Abrams, Jack Alspector, Milton
Berry, Philip Fealk, Martin
Friedman, Joseph Falk, Mettie
Baron Golub, David Handleman,
Joseph Jacobson, Milton Marx,
Aaron Nathan, Hyman R. Nath-
an, Seymour Roberts, Saul J.
Rubins, Kenneth Sachs, Harold
Schreiber, Oscar D. Schwartz,
Irving Simon, Irving Stahl, Bruce
Thal, S. S. Willis, Sidney Winer,
Paul Feldman and Theodore
Powers.

Seminary Opens
Detroit Office

The Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America announces
the opening of a Michigan
Regional office in Detroit at
1442 Griswold.
Under the direction of Mil-
ton I. Heller, the new office
will coordinate Seminary activ-
ities and programming for 17
Conservative congregations in
Michigan. Nine of these, located
in the Detroit area, are Adas
Shalom, Ahavas Achim, Beth
Aaron, Beth M o s e s, Beth
Shalo m, Bnai Moshe, Bnai
Israel of Pontiac, Livonia Jew-
ish Congregation and Shaarey
Zedek. The remaining eight
congregations are Temple
Israel, Bay City; Bnai Sliolom,
Benton Harbor; Beth Israel,
Flint; Ahavas Israel, Grand
Rapids; Congregation of Moses,
Kalamazoo; Central Michigan
Jewish Community Association,
Mount Pleasant; Beth El, Mid-
land; and Bnai Israel, Saginaw.

Oak Park Follies
Slated for Oct. 10-12

The seventh annual Oak Park
Follies will be presented by the
Oak Park Parents-Teachers-Stu-
dents Association of O.P. High,
8 p.m. Oct. 10, 11 and 12.
Proceeds will go toward schol-
arships. For ticket information,
call LI 3-0655..

Rabbi Urges Social
Action in Bnai Brith
Youth Pamphlet

Judaism regards civil rights
and liberties not only as politi-
' cal guarantees granted by the
government, but also as "relig-
ious values demanded by God."
Since man is "a divinely-endow-
ed" child of God, "any retreat
from the battle on behalf of
man's rights . . . is a repudiation
of prophetic Judaism and a re-
jection of the moral command-
ments of God," Rabbi William B.
Silverman of Kansas City, de-
clares in the latest pamphlet in
the Bnai Brith Youth Orangiza-
tion's Judaism series.
Rabbi Silverman, says that
Judaism requires its believers
to oppose racial discrimination
and express moral concern with
slum clearance, housing legisla-
tion, care of the aged, adequate
recreational facilities for youth,
medical care, mental health,
equal employment opportunities,
prison reform, capital punish-
ment and the menacing evil of
juvenile delinquency and crime
at all levels and income groups
of society.

House of Shelter
to Conduct Holiday
Program for Patients

The Jewish House of Shelter,
1620 Taylor, will again conduct
a holiday program for the Jew-
ish patients from the various
state and county hospitals dur-
ing the High Holy Day period,
beginning today to Oct. 9. These
patients will be housed and fed
at the institution.
The Jewish House of Shelter
is a member agency of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation and is
supported by the Allied Jewish
Campaign. It maintains the an-
cient Jewish tradition of hos-
pitality by providing lodging and
restaurant meals to transients
passing through Detroit. Twice
a year during the Passover holi-
day and the High Holy Day sea-
sons, this is also extended to
Jewish patients from state and
county hospitals, according to
Manuel Rosenthal, presidept.

been selected as its executive
caterer at its new building at
27375 Bell Road, Southfield. The
synagogue phone is 357-5544.
Baum has spent 23 years in
the kosher catering business.
He is well-known for his inno-
vations in the food business
and has had extensive experi-
ence in every phase of the pro-
fession.

Elon Catering Corporation in
Long Beach, Long Island, owned
and operated the Temple Ko-
sher Catering Service in Ocean
Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y.;
owned and operated the Say-
ville Hotel and Beach Club in
Sayville, Long Island; was the
official kosher caterer of the
New Brighton Jewish Center in
Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Jew-

utive Club in Houston, Tex.
Baum, his wife, Leah, and
their four children, will take
up residence in Detroit after
the High Holy Day period.
Baum's office will be at the
new building of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek and he can be
contacted there.

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THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, Septemb er 28, 1962



Mrs. Rice Heads
1962 Book Fair

jor bottleneck in Israel's mental
health services, particularly in
the areas of prevention, after•
care and rehabilitation.
JDC, which receives the bulk
of its funds from the United Jew-
ish App ea 1, contributes two-
thirds to the Psychiatric Trust
Fund; and the Health Ministry
the other third.
Israel's only medical school,
in Jerusalem, graduated its first
class of physicians in 1952, but
the Health Ministry was never
able to finance a post-graduate
psychiatric training program for
them. As for social workers, they
had previously received training
only in short courses, without an
opportunity to specialize. Today,
following the opening of the
Paul Baerwald School of Social
Work at the Hebrew University,
roughly one-third of the School's
third-year students do their field
work in psychiatric and related
institutions.
Twenty psychiatrists have com-
pleted their training since the
inception of the Trust Fund. An-
other five will finish soon.
Trainees are selected by a joint
board of JDC-Malben and Health
Ministry officials. They receive
four years of in-service training,
spending time in various psychi-
atric hospitals, in the psychiatric
wards of general hospitals, in
neurological wards, in commu-
nity facilities for the mentally
ill and in work villages. Most of
these facilities have been estab-
lished or expanded with the aid
of the Psychiatric Trust Fund.
Many of the clinical psycholo-
gists are recent immigrants,
mainly from Eastern Europe, and
are graduates of foreign univer-
sities.

-

Israel's mental health program
is getting the professional staff
it needs. A growing number of
psychiatrists, clinical psycholo-
gists and psychiatric social work-
ers are today being given ad-
vanced training through a spe-
cial trust fund set up jointly by
Malben, the Joint Distribution
Committee welfare program for
aged, ill and handicapped immi-
grants in Israel, and the Israel
Health Ministry, it was reported
this week by Louis D. Horwitz,
We Director for Israel.
The training program was in-
augurated in 1959. Previously the
lack of trained staff was a ma-

17

Training of Psychiatric Personnel j Shaarey Zedek Selects Fred Baum as Its Caterer
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
He has been vice-president ish Center in Brooklyn; owned
Aids Israel Mental Health Program announced
that Fred Baum has and general manager of the and operated the Houston Exec-

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