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December 20, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-20

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RABBI ISRAEL GOODMAN,
spiritual leader of Cong. Bnai
Israel in Pontiac, has been elect-
ed chairman of the Pontiac
Police Trial Board. He has been
a member of the board since
1958.
* *
BERNARD FRIEDBERG has
been appointed editor of the
Jewish Press of Omaha (Neb.),
announced A r t h u r Goldstein,
president of the Jewish Federa-
tion.
* * *
DR. ERIC WERNER, profes-
sor of Jewish music at the New
York School of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion, is the author of "Men-
delssohn: A New Image of the
Composer and His Age," re-
cently published by MacMil-
lan. This is the first biography
and evaluation of Felix Men-
delssohn's personality and work,
based upon hitherto unknown
or inaccessible sources.

*

*

Dr. RICHARD S. BERK, asso-

ciate professor of microbiology
at Wayne State University's
College of Medicine, will head
three research projects made
possible by grants totaling $55,-
471. The first, a National Health
Service grant of $40,721, was
awarded by the National Coun-
cil of Allergies and Infectious
Diseases, a division of the U.S.
Department of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare. Two other
grants will enable Dr. Berk to
conduct research on bacterial
cultures—$14,000 from the Na-
tional Science Foundation and
$750 from the American Medical
Association.
* * *
AUSTIN A. KANTER, 19475
Mendota, general agent for the
National Life Insurance Corn-
pany of Vermont, attended a
meeting at the Belmont Plaza
Hotel, New York, on the firm's
new 1964 policy series.
* * *
State Senateor CHARLES S.
BLONDY this week resigned as
Michigan Senate's minority lead-
er. He has announced that he
will not run for re-election this
year, after serving in the State
Senate since 1940, but that he
may run for Congress in the
First District.

Dr. MAX K. NEWMAN, who
heads the physical medicine de-
partment of the Detroit Mem-
orial Hospital, has been named
a member of the board of the
Muscular Dystrophy Association
of America. He is a director of
the MDAA clinic.
* *
LOUIS I. ZUCKERMAN, 18427
Greenlawn, and CLUNE J.
WALSH, 118 Meadow Lane,
earned membership in the 1964
Million Dollar Round Table, the
life insurance industry's 3,500-
member elite international or-
ganization of million-dollar-a-
year sales producers. Member-
ship in the select association is
limited to members of the Na-
tional Association of Life Un-
derwriters, or its foreign coun-
terpart, who sell at least one
million dollars of new life insur-
ance each year.
* * *
RABBI JAMES GORDON of
the Young Israel Center of Oak-
Woods will be among a panel
of rabbis from across the nation
who will discuss "Judaism and
Development of Jewish Law" at
the first Yeshiva University
Youth Bureau Torah Leadership
Seminar Dec. 26-31 at the Carou-
sel Motel in London, Ont.

Jewish Family Service
Agencies Devote Fifth
of Time to Oldsters

MISS RISA AXELROD

At a recent cocktail party,
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Axelrod
of Southfield, announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Risa Irene, to Steven Zachary
Kleiner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Kleiner of Bridgetown,
N.J.
The bride-elect is a gradu-
ate of the University of Mich-
igan and is working on her
Master's Degree at Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a
law student at the University
of Michigan.
Following a May 19 cere-
mony, the couple will reside in
New Jersey.

Schmier Leads
Old Newsboys
in Year's Funds

Older people now make up
more than one-fifth of all cli-
ents served by Jewish family
agencies, it was revealed in a
detailed study of 42 agencies
conducted by the Council of
Many community leaders play-
Jewish Federations and Wel- ed leading roles in the Old
fare Funds.
Newsboys campaign for the
The Council survey, designed Goodfellow Fund on Monday.
to obtain information on current
Herman A. Schmier again
developments a n d changing
was among
casework needs, also revealed
the leaders,
that about half of the reporting
having started
agencies maintain homemaker
with a $9,100
services—with an equal number
advance con-
offering direct psychiatric diag-
tribution of
nosis or treatment to their
gifts he had
clients.
secured before
The study evaluated a one-
the newspaper
month sampling of 12,551 active
sale on the day
cases reported by agencies lo-
of the solicita-
cated in communities of varying
tions. His total
sizes, populated by more than
raised was one
80 per cent of America's Jews.
of the highest
on record—in
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excess of
$10,000.
In line of
duty on Mon-
a A. Schmier day was Her-
man Lieberman, who has been
selling papers for the Goodfel-
low Fund for more than 50
years.
Nate S. Goldstick, Sam Leib,
Abe Schmier and many others
were on the job to make this a
record year to assure holiday
gifts for youngsters.
Suggests

Onai Otit /2
Arctivities

ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
AND CHAPTER will hold a
Hanukah party 6:30 p.m. Sunday
at the Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute, announced presidents Isaac
Greener and Miriam Berman.
Featured will be the annual chil-
dren's show, "Hanukah Fantasy."
The play will be presented by
the children of lodge and chap-
ter members. It was written and
directed by Rosa Levinson, with
musical accompaniment by Eric
Rosenow. Also highlighting the
event will be latkes and prizes.
Program chairmen are Sam
Freedman and Paula Last.
* *
DISTRICT NO. 6 BOWLING
ASSOCIATION will hold its 16th
annual bowling tournament Feb.
7-9 in Minneapolis, with head-
quarters at the Leamington Hotel,
it was announced here by Gert
Linde, District treasurer. Tro-
phies and cash prizes will be
awarded, and officers will be
elected during the tourney.

Shaarit Haplaytah
to Greet New Year

Shaarit Haplaytah (Survivors
of 1945) will hold a party 9:30
New Year's Eve at the Labor
Zionis Institute, announces Pres-
ident Martin H. Rose.
Featured will be dancing, hats
and favors, liquor and dinner.
Friends are invited. For reserva-
tions, call EL 7-0720.

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Deadline
Today for
Next Issue

Loss of time during the
Christmas and New Year
weeks necessitites the set-
ting of earlier deadlines for
our next two isseues.
The deadline for copy for
the coming issue of the Jew-
ish News will be AT NOON
TODAY. Copy received
after noon today will be re-
tained for the following
week if timely, else will
have to be omitted.

Deadline for Classified
Ads for the next issue will
be at 3 p.m. Tuesday.

Deadline for the Jewish
News issue of Jan. 3 will be
at noon on Friday, Dec. 27.
Deadline for Classified Ads
for that issue will be at 3
p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 31.

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50th Anniversary
of
School' in
Israel Is Celebrated

HAIFA (JTA)—Two Israelis
who are—respectively-85-years
old and 77-years-old stood be-
fore an audience of younger
colleagues and drew the plaudits
of their peers because they pro-
fessed their youth. One was Dr.
Arthur Biram, founder of the
Beall School here, an institution
of higher learning founded by
Dr. Biram in 1914. He is 85. The
other was ex-Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion, 77.
The occasion was the celebra-
tion of the school's 50th anni-
versary and the simultaneous
observance of Biram's 85th
birthday. Said Biram to Ben-
Gurion: "Don't consider your-
self old. Spiritual strength tem-
pers physical strength. You still
have great things ahead of
you." Ben-Gurion, acknowledg-
ing his spirit, urged more edu-
cation for Israeli youth in "both
know-how and the prophetic
ideals." Acting as chairman of
the event was Deputy Prime
Minister Abba S. Eban. He is 48.

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19— THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, December 20, 1963

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