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August 02, 1963 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-08-02

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Pekarsky Memorial
Fund Established
at Chicago University

CHICAGO (JTA)—A Rabbi
Maurice B. Pekarsky Memorial
Fund to promote special educa-
tional projects has been estab-
lished by a group of faculty
members, students and friends
of the late director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Chicago. Rabbi Pekarsky served
as Hillel director at the Uni-
versity • from its founding in
1940 until his death last year.
A goal of $10,000 has been set
for the fund which will spon-
sor a volume of Rabbi Pekar-
sky's writings, an annual lec-
tureship at the University, and
a competition for a significent
musical work on a Biblical or
Jewish theme.

Jewish Community Mourns Passing of Former Judge William Friedman

Former Circuit Court Judge
William Friedman, champion of
Jewish and civic causes in the
community-at-large, -died July
31. He was 83.
Judge Friedman, 746 Colling-
wood, was a graduate of the
University of Michigan Law
SChool and began the practice
of law in 1901. He founded the
law firm of Friedman, Meyers
& Keys of which he was a part-
ner at the time of his death. He
helped to organize, in 1908, the

Loan Association, Jewish Cen-
ter, Sinai Hospital and United
Hebrew Schools.
Other affiliations included the
Franklin Hills Country Club,
Standard Club, Great Lakes
Club and the U. of M. Lawyers
Club.
Judge Friedman was a night
school teacher and Sunday
school instructor at Cong. Sba-
arey Zedek. He was principal
of Norvelle Night School for
four years and was professor
of law at the University of De-
troit.
Judge Friedman was a mem-
ber of Pisgah Lodge, Bnai

Brith, since 1908 and was one
of the local representatives of
Anti-Defamation League.
the

He was a member of the execu-
tive committee of the Detroit
Round Table of Catholics, Jews
and Protestants and was chair-
man of the Wayne County Draft
Appeal Board No. 2. He was a
33rd Degree Mason.
Surviving Judge Friedman
are his daughter, Mrs. Maxwell
E. (Ruth) Katzen, and two
grandchildren. He was the hus-

daily, per person, double
cy
occupancy
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RMS.
150
35 of
$
To Sept. 29

IAIIIH 2 DELUXE MEW

band of the late Florence Fried-
Funeral services will be held
man and the brother of the late 10:30 a.m. today at Cong.
Henry and David Friedman.
Shaarey Zedek.

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JUDGE WILLIAM FRIEDMAN
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100% AIR COND.
I Diethry Laws Strictly Observed
CONSTANT RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
MASHGIACH ON PREMISES

United Jewish Charities and was
its president from 1920-23 and
1937-44. He continued to serve
as board member.
On the Ocean at 67th Street
A founding board member of
Miami Beach
the Jewish Welfare Federation
New York Office: Plaza 7-8536
in 1926, Judge Friedman served
on the board until his death.
FREE PARKING
He was preSident of the Fed-
eration in 1944 and 1945.
He has served on the boards
of the Boy Scouts of America
Detroit District, the Interna-
tional I n s t i t u t e, Community
Chest, Council of Social Agen-
cies and Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
He was treasurer of Goodwill
Industries and was president
AUGUST IS
five times of the Detroit House
FUN & FESTIVAL MONTH of Correction Board, on which
he served for 17 years.
New! Theatre Nite Club
Judge Friedman served on all
13 Federation member agencies
NEWINDOOR POOL and was an executive commit-
FABULOUS HEALTH CLUB
tee member of the Jewish Wel-
NEW PRESIDENTIAL WING fare Federation. He was a board
LUXURIOUS DELUXE ROOMS
member of the Hebrew Free

FREE GOLF on Championship Course
POOL - PRIVATE LAKE - FISHING
BOATING
All Rooms with Private and
Semi-Private Bath

.

8,450 Enroll in 43
Brazil Jewish Schools

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil,
(JTA)—A total of 8,450 children
are enrolled in 43 Jew ish
DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
schools in this country, Moshe
Relnik, president of the culture
and education department of
the United Zionist Organization
of Brazil, reported at a plenary
session of the UZO here. He re-
SWAN LAKE 17, N.Y. ported that 33 per cent of the
Write or Phone HOTEL DIRECT Jewish children in the country
or See Your
LIBERTY (N.Y.) 975 Travel
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Magnificent Main Bldg. (2 Elevators)
TEEN-AGE CLUB—DAY CAMP

E'llEIISVILLE

Mastin.Tri o':
starring

SAMMY .DAVIS

Fri: Aug.

Indoors, when cool / Or Outdoor pool,
Olympic size for Swimming ..
Where You may eat / A Luncheon treat
For padding or for slimming!

GROSSiNGeRt

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AUG 10
ALLAN SHERMAN

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THE MOBIL TRAVEL
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lished by Simon & Schus-
ter, give reports on more
than 15,000 hotels, res-
taurants, resort s, and
other similar establish-
ments in the United
States. Of the thousands
of resorts carefully in-
spected, Grossinger's is
the only one in New

It Happens All The Time At THE CONCORD . . . Command Performance by the Giants of Show
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It Happens All The Time At THE CONCORD — GOLF on the famous International "18" or the
"Challenger 9"... JIMMY DEMARET, Golf Pro. Complimentary Club House Dining. SWIM, relax in
the world's largest Outdoor Pool or the Indoor Tropical Pool and Health Club . .. supervised by
BUSTER CRABBE. Poolside luncheon dining. TENNIS on 15 championship courts Tino Koch, Pro.
THE CONCORD boasts elegant accommodations. Air-conditioned bedrooms, TV. 2 bathrooms. Super-
lative cuisine is a Concord Tradition. FULL AMERICAN PLAN. We cater to "Singles". . nitely
champagne parties in Cordillion Room and fun in the Nite Owl Lounge.

York State and one of
only six in the nation

to be

rated five stars,
which means "best in
the country." So, for
that BEST vacation of
a lifetime, c'mon to
Grossinger's

and it's all as near to you as your TRAVEL AGENT'S PHONE.

OR OS-SIN

Sat. Aug. 31
Sun. Sept. 1
BARBRA STREISAND SOPHIE, JOE E. & HARRY

oncor

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Only 90 Minutes from N.Y. C.
Ray Parker, General Manager

For Great Vacation Fun—Reserve Now

Call

Now for Daily and Weekly Reservations, or see Your Travel Agent.

Owe Monticello, N.Y.1840. Direct Wire To Hotel from N.Y.C. and Suburbs: CH 4-3500.

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