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December 27, 1963 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-27

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Alfred Deutsch
Arab Parents in Hostile Countries Carol Gordon
Named Chairman Get Israel's OK to Rejoin Children Wed Robert Liss
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)
of JTS Dinner

Alfred L. Deutsch, promin-
ent civic and communal leader,
who is president of the Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, has been named general
chairman of - the . Year of Dedi-
cation : dinner, to be held on
Monday, Jan. 20, at Congrega-
tion Shaarey Zedek, in honor
of Detroit's senior alumni of
the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America.
Announcement of Deutsch's
chairmanship to Rabbis Mor-
ris Adler, Benjamin Gorrelick,
Moses Lehrman and Jacob Se-
gal for their 100 years of. rab-

ALFRED L. DEUTSCH

binic service was made by the
Detroit Friends and Patrons of
the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America, the sponsoring
. organization.
Born in New York City in
1914, Deutsch was graduated
from Highland Park High
School in 1931, from the Uni-
versity of Michigan in 1934,
and from the Detroit College
of Law in 1937, at which time
he became a member of the
Michigan State Bar. One of the
founders of the American Sav-
ings and - Loan Association, he
was elected its executive vice
president in 1958, and its presi-
dent in 1962. From 1942-46 he
served as an officer in the U.S.
Army Finance Department.
He married the former Bernice
Rosenberg. They reside with
their three sons, Robert, Den-
nis and Morris, at 1200 Ard-
moor Drive, in Birmingham.
Deutsch is president of the
Michigan Savings and Loan
League and a past president
of Congregation Bnai Moshe
and the Children's Orthogenic
School. He is on the board of
the Fresh Air Society, United
Hebrew Schools, Wayne State
Press and Boys Committee of
Detroit. His activities include
the Michigan State Bar Asso-
ciation, Knollwood Country
Club, Central Business District
Association, Detroit Mortgage
Bankers Association, Mortgage
Bankers Association of America,
Greater Detroit Board of Com-
merce, Economic Club of De-
troit, Detroit Real Estate Board,
Probus Club and Phi Epsilon
Pi Fraternity.

Israel Cabinet OKs
Moscow Atom ,Pact

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Israel's
cabinet ratified the tripartite
Moscow agreement between the
United States, Britain and the
Soviet Union, forbidding nu-
clear tests in the atmosphere,
outer space or under water.
Israel signed the agreement at
Washington, London and Mos-
cow on the day the document
was opened for signatures.



Mt. Sinai Hospital
Plans $35 Million
Medical School in N.Y.

JERUSALEM—Israel has authorized Arab parents
living in neighboring countries to join their children in
Israel, Interior Minister Moshe Shapiro announced here
Tuesday.

On the Record

JDC Haifa Hospital
Helps Mentally Ill

By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Letter From A Reader

Some columns ago we did a
piece on the snobs of Bronxville,
a New York suburb, who think
that living in a ghetto which
excludes Jews is a mark of sup-
eriority. Among the many letters
we received was the following
from a highly prominent Jewish
figure who now is a resident of
Great Neck, N.Y.
"Many years ago," he writes,
"I went to Bronxville to look for
a house for my family and my-
self. I knew nothing of the social
customs of this quaint place, but
it was lovely and someone had
advertised a house for sale. I
could have bought the house.
The young couple — school
teachers — were quite willing
to sell it to me.

However, they did tell me that
they thought we would not be
too comfortable there when I
mentioned that we were Jewish.
I visited some of the neighbors.
They all said that they would
certainly not oppose our pur-
chasing the house and living
among them. They all said, how-
ever, that we would be the only
Jews and would probably not
be comfortable. Oddly enough, it
was not their statements that
made me decide against living
there. • I simply did not feel that
wanted my family in a commun-
ity without Jews. If I had had
no children, I might have tried
to pioneer or, as they call it,
bust the block, but all I wanted
was pleasant living with some
Jewish content. I did not blame
the Bronxvillains (sic) but I
thought it rather sad that such
nice peole had to force them-
selves into such uncomfortable
attitudes. They literally squirm-
ed with shame. What a price to
pay for their emotional prejud-
ice that was so hateful to their
intellectual maturity. The pres-
en population of Bronxville will
not begin to experience more
than materially comfortable liv-
ing until they decide themselves
to 'bust the block.' Do you
know, I. think Bronxville is
about the only real ghetto in
the Metropolitan area."

Bnai Brith Dedicates
Building in Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV, (JTA) — Former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gu-
rion and Bnai Brith President
Label Katz headed almost 1,000
members of lodges 'in Israel and
guests, as Bnai Brith dedicated
its new building here Dec. 19.
Mayor Mordecai Namir and
Chief Rabbi Isar Untermann
were among those voicing greet-
ings and praise of the Order's
ideals and activities.

Ben-Gurion urged that every
Bnai Brith member should
"adopt" one family from among
the new immigrants to help
raise them to Israel's general
educational level. Katz describ-
ed Bnai Brith efforts to aid
Soviet Jewry who, he said, were
subject to "cultural and reli-
gious genocide." Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol and Katz were
among speakers at a mass meet-
ing held later in the Mann Audi-
torium, discussing the Order's
program and plans for the fu-
ture.

"The construction of a new
psychiatric hospital in Haifa—
the first such institution to be
built in the north of Israel-
is a significant milestone in Is-
rael's mental health program,"
Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice-
chairman of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, declared last
week.
Leavitt, who was present at
the cornerstone-laying cere-
mony, noted that JDC contrib-
uted $500,000 towards the most
of the new hospital. Aside from
the centuries-old fortress at
Acre, which has served as a
psychiatric facility for some 600
patients, there are no mental
hospitals in the area.
Completion of the 250-bed hos-
pital will enable the authorities
to speed the closing of the sub-
standard Acre hospital.
The hospital, planned jointly
by representatives of the Health
Ministry and Malben, the Joint
Distribution Committee program
on behalf of aged, ill and handi-
capped immigrants to Israel,
will introduce the latest psychi-
atric techniques and equipment.
Eventually it is expected to be-
come the central mental health
center for the entire northern
region, making both therapeutic
and preventive services avail-
able in the area.
JDC receives funds for its
program in Israel and 29 other
countries around the world from
the campaigns of the United
Jewish Appeal.

Official Says U.S.

Has No Clear Stand

on Rights Covenant

UNITED NATION S, N.Y.,

(JTA)—The United States dele-

MISS CAROL GORDON

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gordon of
Birch Ridge, Southfield, an-
nounced the engagement of
their daughter, Carol Marjorie,
to Robert Frederic Liss, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Liss
of Ohio Ave.

The bride-elect is a graduate
of Monticello College. Her
fiance is a graduate of the
University of Michigan, where
he was affiliated with Phi
Sigma Delta fraternity.

NEW YORK (JTA) — Plans
for the construction of a $35,-
000,000 building to house a new
medical school were announced
by Mount Sinai Hospital and the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
pies of New York.
The building, to be either 30
stories or 40 stories in height,
will house "a medical campus
under one roof." The school will
offer a four-year college course
a five-year postgraduate pro-
gram, and separate institutes of
human life and environment
sciences.
The funds for the skyscraper
will come from the Federation's
"City of Life" building fund, a
campaign seeking a total of
$156,000,000 for new facilities
for many of the Federation's
116 agencies. Mt. Sinai is a
constituent agency of the
Federation.

Chicago Appeal Drive
Headed by Schrayer

CHICAGO, (JTA) — Max
Robert Schrayer, a prominent
member of Chicagoland's Jew-

ish community, has been named
general chairman for the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal Cam-
He is also a graduate of paign of Metropolitan Chicago.
Wayne State University Law
School, where he served as
chancellor of the Tau Epsilon
Rho legal fraternity.

A February wedding is plan-
ned.

Philanthropist Gives
$100,000 to Build
Yeshiva in Jersey

EN ME

Will GIVE Your
Bar Mitzvah Boy

JERSEY CITY, N.J. (JTA)-
The Yeshiva of Hudson County
has announced a gift of $100,-
000 from Israel Rogosin, indus-
trialist and philanthropist to
start its $400,000 building fund
campaign for a new Yeshiva
high school to be built in Jersey
City.

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