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September 20, 1963 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-20

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N.Y. Jewish Center
Provides Classrooms
for Negro Students

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Jewish Center of Malverne,
Long Island, provided classroom
space and facilities for 79 Ne-
gro pupils as part of an emer-
gency "Freedom School" organ-
ized by Negro parents boycott-
ing the local public school to
force the school board to end
racial imbalance.
The freedom school initially
was set- up in a church in Gar-
den City and then was expand-
ed to include the Guild Hall of
the St. Thomas Episcopal
church and the Jewish Center.
The 79 pupils and four Negro
teachers were attending five
classrooms in the Center. The
250 children attending the free-
dom school had been assigned
to the Woodfield Road School
which is about 80 percent Ne-
gro. The United Synagogue of
America, parent body of Con-
servative congregations, con-
gratulated the Malverne Center
for its action.

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People Make News

Lionel R. Bauman, New York
attorney and real estate investor,
w a s elected
national pres-
ider t of the

American
Friends of the
Hebrew Uni-
versity by the
board of direc-
tors of the or-
ganization.
Bauman's pub-
lic activities
have been
centered pri-
marily in the
Hebrew U n i -
versity of Je-
rusalem a n d
the American

Bauman

Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. He is a member of the
University board of governors.
* * *
MILTON G. DRAKE has ac-
cepted the role of chairman of
the Citizens for Schools promo-
tion of the Nov. 5 school elec-
tion drive.
*
*
MRS. PEARL HARTMAN has
been appointed as bridal con-
sultant for Wright Kay and
Co., announced J. J. Wainger,
president.
*
The Stables Theatre under the
management of Roger Myers and
in its new expanded facilities at
the Wolverine Hotel will begin
casting for "The Ivy Leagued
Heart," a premiere production of
Detroit's physician-psychoanalyst-
poet-playwright DR. JEAN ROS-
ENBAUM.
* * *
RABBI ELKANAH SCHWARTZ
of Machzikie Talmud Torah Syn-
agogue, Coney Island, N.Y., has
been appointed executive secre-
tary of the Rabbinical Alliance
of America, announces Rabbi
Meyer Greenberg, president.

*
PROF. ALBERT SABIN, the
American-Jewish scientist who
developed the oral polio vaccine,
was made an honorary citizen
of Rio De Janeiro and received
other honors from the municipal-
ity and from the State of
Guanbara.
• * *
MRS. ALE Z AH DWORKIN
WEINBERG has been awarded
a Public Health Service grant
for the first year of full-time
training in psychiatric social
work at Wayne State University
School of Social Work. Mrs.
1Weinberg is a graduate of the
University of Chicago, where
she did graduate work in sociol-
ogy. Mrs. Weinberg is a teacher
at the Beth Shalom Religious
School in Oak Park. She is mar-

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*
RABBI KALIL S. ROSEN-
BERG of Temple Beth Torah,
Wanamassa, N.J., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Baruch Rosenberg of De-
troit, has been appointed to
serve on the Regional Youth
Commission of the Northern
New Jersey Region of the United
Synagogue of America for the
coming year.
* * *
RABBI ABRAHAM J. FELD-
MAN, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Israel in Hartford
and editor of the Connecticut
Jewish Ledger, was honored at
a special testimonial banquet at
the regional convention of the
Connecticut Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
*
A grove of 1,000 eucalyptus
trees in Israel will be dedicated
to JUSTICE MICHAEL A.
MUSMANNO of the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania "in
recognition of his outstanding

services and leadership in be-
half of humanity and justice to
all peoples for many years," the
national president of Bnai Zion,
Norman G. Levine, announced.
Justice Musmanno was a judge
at the international war crimes
trials in Nuremberg and a wit-
ness at the Eichmann trial.

Bnai Brith Plans
Elizabeth Simon
to Tiled Robert Tam Blood Bank Rally

Julius Kahn and Mrs. Harry
Bodzin, presidents of the Bnai
Brith Men and Women Coun-
cils, announce that the first
blood bank rally of the season
will be held 5-11 p.m. Monday
and Tuesday.
On Monday, the rally will be
held at the Pepper School, 24301
Church, Oak Park. Tuesday, the
Red Cross Mobile Unit will be at
the Bagley School, 8100 Curtis.
Mrs. Albert Heller and Alan
Nathan, blood bank chairmen of
their respective councils, stated
that over 225 pints of blood
were distributed this summer
and this blood is in need of re-
_ placement. There will be prizes
both evenings. The Bnai Brith
Bowlers Association will offer
MISS ELIZABETH SIMON
special prizes for bowlers who
Mr. and Mrs. Markus S. contribute.
Simon of Longfellow Ave. an-
nounce the engagement of their
Personal Service. Experience.
daughter, Elizabeth Sue, to
Finest in Musical Entertainment
Robert Tam, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Tam, former Detroiters,
now of Hollywood, Fla.
and his
The bride-elect received her
B.S. in medical technology from
Wayne State University, where
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medical
technology
Delta Theta,

IRV FIELD

ORCHESTRA

sorority. Her fiance attended
Wayne State and received his
B.S. in chemistry from the Uni-
versity of Miami, Fla. He is now
a senior at Chicago College of
Osteopathic Medicine and Surg-
ery, where he is a member of
the Atlas Club. A June 21, 1964

wedding is planned.

Yeshiva University
* *
HYMAN PARKER has. been Constructs Dormitory
appointed chief mediation offi-
A seven-story, $3,500,000 dor-
cer of the Labor Mediation mitory is currently under con-
Board of the State of Michigan. struction at Yeshiva University's
* * *
Main Centre, Amsterdam and
MEYER L. BROWN, presi- 186th, New York. The new resi-
dent and founder of Farband- dence hall, located on a 150 by
Labor Zionist Order, was feted 70 foot site at the southeast
on his 75th birthday. The 50- corner. is expected to be com-
member n a t i o n a l executive pleted by next spring.

board met in a festive session
Michigan's public schools
at Farband House, 575 Sixth
Ave., New York, to salute the have 1,790,000 students, 72,000
man who exactly 55 years ago teachers.
this month called together the

first group of young Jews in
Philadelphia to lay the founda-
tion for what was subsequently
to become a large national Jew-
ish fraternal order.
*
*
A research professorship of
the world-famed Royal Society
of Great Britain has been given
to Prof. FRANZ SONDHEIMER,
head of the organic chemistry
department (Daniel Sieff Re-
search Institute), at the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science in
Israel.
* * *
Prof. MICHAEL SELA, of the
Weizmann Institute of Science
in Israel, has been appointed a
member of the World Health
Organization's Expert Advisory

Panel on Immunology for a five-
year term.
C * *
MENAHEM SCHMELCZER,
assistant librarian in the Library
of the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America, has been ap-
pointed associate librarian.

Mizrachi Women Plan
Washington Parley

The 38th annual national con-
vention of the Mizrachi Wo-
men's Organization of America
will be held in Washington.
Nov. 10 to 13, it was announced
here by Mrs. Eli Resnikoff.

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Rott
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