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December 14, 1962 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-14

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The Detroit Social Club of Greater Miami will hold its annual
Hanukah party 8 p.m. Monday at the Algiers Hotel in Miami
Beach, Fla. Rabbi M. Malaysky of Israelite Center will present
a "Hanukah Comedy," which he wrote. Dancing, games, prizes
and refreshments will be featured. Friends are welcome.
To reward donors to the Red Cross blood bank rally conducted
recently by the Oak-Woods Lodge of Bnai Brith, Harry Meltzer
of the Oakland Bath turned over his facilities to the 45 members,
headed by Iry Simons, blood bank committee chairman. Meltzer
also treated the donors to steak dinners.
Dr. Lawrence S. Morton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Morton of Santa Barbara Dr., is in Detroit for a week to visit
with family and friends. He is serving with the U.S. Air Force
at Hospital Elmendorf at Anchorage, Alaska.
The Junior Bodzin Family Club will meet Dec. 23 at the
home of Roda and Harriet Bodzin. Newly elected officers are
Dennis Podden, president; Carol Duchan, vice-president; Bobby
Bodzin, secretaries; and Mickle Seligson, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Heinz C. Herz and 'family are visiting his
mother, Mrs. Henrietta Herz of San Juan Dr., during the winter
months. Herz is on leave from his post as Senior Treasury
Attache at the American Embassy in London, England.
Bodzin Family Club will hold a pre-Hanukah party Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seligson, 18115 Wisconsin.
Refreshments, games and Hanukah gifts will highlight the affair.
Bernhard Aronsson, of Halmstad, Sweden, brother of Maurice
Aronsson, and Stig Aronsson, of Landskrona, Sweden, their
nephew, are• guests here, having come especially to attend the
70th birthday celebration of their Detroit brother and uncle. Also
here to attend Maurice Aronsson's birthday celebration was
Maurice Schwartz, former Detroiter who now makes his home
in Miami Beach.

Floating Motels Named
for Israel Pioneers


GENEVA—Eighty years after
Israel's "pioneer fathers" left
Russia to set up rural colonies
in the Holy Land, two ships
have been named to commem-
orate their endeavor — "Bilu"
and "Nili."
"Bilu" is one of a fleet of
floating motels for Israel Car
Ferries—a new venutre into in-
ternational tourism. The name
is derived from the Hebrew in-
itials "House of Israel Let Us
The "Bilu" were Russian-Jew-
ish intellectuals who sought a
pioneer life and are today con-
sidered as founders of modern
Israel. The choice of name con-
tinues a trend of pinpointing
modern Jewish history in mod-
ern Israel enterprises.
"Bilu" will be followed by
"Nili" which commemorates
the activities of a handful of
World War One secret agents
who sought to make Palestine
independent. "Nili" too has a
Hebrew derivative. It is the
Hebrew for "The Eternity of
Israel Is No Lie."

New Zealand Jurist
Sir Michael Myers, a New Zea-
land jurist, was his country's
only Jewish Chief Justice. He
was named to the post in 1929.

A surprise party marking the
30th anniversary of the found-
ing of Stockwell & Marcuse, ad-
vertising and public relations
agency, organized Dec. 8, 1932,
was held at Topinka's honoring
founders WILLIAM H. STOCK-
WELL (left), and PHILIP R.
MARCUSE. The founding part-
ners were presented with en-
graved plaques, facsimilies of a
proclamation by Detroit Mayor
Jerome P. Cavanagh, naming
Dec. 8 as Stockwell & Marcuse
Thirtieth Anniversary Day. They
were also given a pearl-trimmed
Israel Had Surplus
(to mark the 30th year) copy of
their original agency check
of $13,333,333 for
book. Only shortly out of the
1st Half- of 1962
University of Michigan, Stock-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
well and Marcuse found the de-
to The Jewish News)
cision to start their own agency
JERUSALEM—The Account- one of necessity. They have op-
ant General's office reported erated under the same name for
Tuesday that Israel had a sur- 30 years.
plus of nearly $13,333,333 in
income over expenditures dur-
ing the first six months of 1962. Former Nazi Minister
During the corresponding pe- Loses Pension Rights
riod of 1961 there was a budget-
BONN, (JTA) — Franz Schle-
ary deficit of nearly $12,666,-• gelberger, one-time acting Nazi
666. The report said that the Justice Minister who was ac-
six month surplus had been cused of having participated in
used mainly to cover the $8,133,- "the final solution of the Jewish
333 deficit with which the prior problem," lost a court battle to
fiscal year ended.
retain a monthly pension as a
retired government official.
3 Orthodox Synagogues Schlegelberger, who has re-
ceived the equivalent of $100,000
Merge in Indianapolis in
retirement pay in the last
INDIANAPOLIS, (JTA) — decade, said he would appeal
Three of the smaller Orthodox the court ruling.
congregations of Indianapolis
The former Nazi justice offi-
have agreed to merge and to cial, who was charged with hav-
create a new synagogue on the ing taken part in the Nazi
city's North side, in line with euthanasia program and with re-
the trend of Jewish population sponsibility for the disappear-
ance of foreigners in Nail con-
The three congregations are centration camp s, had been
Shaarah Tefilla, Knesses Israel sentenced to life imprisonment
and Ezrach Achim. Rabbi Solo- by an allied war crimes tribunal
mon Silberberg will be spiritual after the Second World War. He
leader of the consolidated con- was pardoned a few years later
gregation which will have about and in 1951 began receiving a
government pension.
250 members.

Chaplain Louis Barish has
compiled an interesting account
of the Jewish Chaplains' story,
the "century of service to God
and country (1862-1962)" pub-
lished by Jonathan David (131
E. 23rd, N.Y.), under the title
"Rabbis in Uniform."
Containing an account of the
chaplains' services in times of
war and peace, this book serves
as an historically valuable
record of activities that have
won highest commendations.
Containing the complete lists
of rabbis who have served in
the armed forces, this book in-
cludes many monographs by
rabbis reliving their experi-
In the lists of chaplains
appear the names of the fol-
lowing Detroiters: Rabbis
Herbert S. Eskin, Benjamin
H. Gorrelick, Richard C.
Hertz, Jacob E. Segal, Milton
Rosenbaum, Morris Adler,
and a number of rabbis who
hold pulpits in neighboring
Michigan communities.
There is a composite list of
Jewish chaplains for the entire
century, and the records show
the places and the years during
which all had served. Messages
from President Kennedy and
former President Eisenhower
commend the book.
The history of the American
Jewish Military Chaplaincy was
written by David Max Eich-


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the book by former chaplains
include one by former Detroiter
Sydney K. Mossman, who now
has a pulpit in Atlanta, Ga.
An especially interesting
article, entitled "Jewish Or-
phans in Belgium," was writ-
ten for this volume by Rabbi
There is a brief essay by
Rabbi Eskin.
Experiences of chaplains de-
picted in the numerous brief
essays deal with occurrences
in Germany and other countries,
the _religious observances in
military camps, work among
the sick and wounded, inter-
faith relations, the soldiers'
problems, the chaplain as a
teacher, and other happenings
relating to the religious activi-
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Toronto Election
Results Announced

TORONTO, (JTA) — Sixteen
Jewish candidates were elected
or re-elected in the Toronto city
elections this week.
Phillip Givens led the race for
the Board of Control and Her-
bert Orliffe also was elected to
the board. David Rotenberg was
elected elderman and Dr. Louis
Lockhart to the board of educa-
tion. In suburban Forest Hill
Village, Sidney H. Banks was
returned to the council. Sam
Kertzer and Mrs. Elese Gross-
berg were re-elected to the For-
est Hill school board and H. S.
Gellman was named to the
In New York Township,
Charles Goodfellow was re-
elected to the council as was
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31 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, December 14, 1962

activities in Society

Stockwell, Marcuse 'Rabbis in Uniform'
Mark 30th Year as
The Chaplains'
Advertising Agency

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