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May 01, 1964 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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People Make News

Mazey to Speak
at May 24 Event
Honoring Hart

Bereznitzer to Honor
Pair 021 Anniversary

Attending the recent 64th an-
Reuben E. Gross of Staten
PAUL M. DAVIDSON of Li-
nual convention of the Rabbinical Island, N.Y., author and attorney, vonia, a representative of the Aus-
The testimonial dinner honoring
Assembly at Grossinger's, New has been appointed general chair- tin A. Kanter, CLU, Detroit
York, were Rabbis BENJAMIN man of the first national planning general agency of National Life U. S. Senator Philip A. Hart, on
GORRELICK and A. L. SCHNIP-
conference of Insurance Co. of Vermont, has May 24, at Cobo Hall, will be ad-
PER. Over 500 rabbis attended the
Torah Umesorah, earned membership in the firm's dressed by Emil Mazey, UAW sec-
largest convention in the history
the National So- 1964 President's Club. Davidson retary-treasurer.
The dinner chairman is August
of the Rabbinical Assembly.
ciety for Hebrew has been a member of the group
* * *
Day Schools, to every full year since he joined the Scholle, president of the Michigan
be held May 22- Montpelier, Vt., insurance firm in State AFL-CIO. Walter Reuther
MORRIS Z.ACKHE111I, Detroit
is honorary chairman.
24 at Pine View February 1960.
Zionist and former president of the
Co-chairmen of the dinner, spon-
Hotel, Fallsburg,
United Hebrew Schools, has do-
sored by the Israel Bond Trade
DR.
EiVIANUEL
APPLEBAUM,
N.Y.
Some
500
nated a great part of his private
leaders of the headmaster of Hillel Day School, Union Division, are Al Barbour,
library to the RIB AL LIBRARY
300 Hebrew Day received a certificate on comple- president of the Wayne County
in Tel Aviv. The library is to be
Schools in all tion of a course in administrative AFL-CIO; William C. Marshall,
used for research by Jewish his-
executive vice president, Michigan
Gross
parts of the science at Wayne State University, State AFL-CIO and Barney Hop- MR. AND MRS. JACOB KOSS
tory scholars. Persons interested
United
States
and
Canada
are
e
College
of
Education.
The
course
x-
in donating parts of their personal
kins, secretary-treasurer of the
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Koss of
was open to school superintendents Michigan State AFL-CIO.
Hebrew and Yiddish libraries are petted to attend the three-day co
Roselawn Ave. will be honored
clave
which
plans
to
develop
a
pr
in
Michigan.
o-
asked to contact Wolf Snyder, 1280
Shimon Moratt, Labor counse- by the Bereznitzer Aid Society
*
Strathcona, TO 9-6966. Donors will gram to meet the rapidly expan d-
lor of the Israel Embassy, will at its Israel 16th anniversary cele-
ing need for intensive Jewish ed
At
the
annual
meeting
of
the
have their names inscribed in the
present an award to Senator Hart bration 8:30 p.m. Thursday in
special book of donors in the Tel cation during * the * coming decade. South Oakland Symphony Society, on behalf of the State of Israel. the Sholem Aleichem Institute.
4:
LOUIS P. MILLER was elected Rabbi Morris Adler will have a
Aviv library, and acknowledge-
The Kosses will be honored for
CORNELIUS HIRSC HBER G of chairman of the board. Miller was leading role on the program.
ments will be sent to them from
their devotion to Jewish causes
first
elected
to
serve
on
the
board
New
Jersey,
a
63-year-old
jewelry
Israel.
The host committee includes and for their leadership in the
* * *
salesman, has won the "Edgar" of in 1961, when he also joined the leaders in the fields of govern- Bereznitzer Society.
first
violin
section.
Mrs.
W.
H.
ment, labor, industry and religion.
SAMUEL SPIEGEL was voted the Mystery Writers Association,
Sol Kanat, Israel anniversary
the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial for his first mystery novel "Flor- Koeneke is president. Among Among the sponsors are Senators chairman, announced that Law-
other
officers
elected
for
a
one-
entine
Finish."
GEROLD
FRANK's
Paul
Douglas
of
Illinois,
Hubert
Award by the board of governors
rence Gubow, U.S. attorney for
of the Academy of Motion Picture book, "The Deed" also was a win- year term is Bernard Lieberman, Humphrey of Minnesota and Wil- the Eastern District of Michigan,
vice
president.
ner.
liam Proxmire of Wisconsi n, will be guest speaker. A musical
Arts and Sciences at the 36th
* *
* *
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh, Con- program will be provided by Ruth
annual Oscar Show.
HAL LEHRMAN was elected one gressmen John D. Dingell and Lu- Goldman, Yiddish folk singer, and
MIRIAM G-ARGARIAN, 17-year-
* *
old piano student of Julius Chajes, of the vice-presidents of the Over-
Dr. Nathan Drazin, spiritual won the district contest for pianists seas Press Club of America. A. M. cien Nedzi, State Supreme Court Bella Goldberg, accompanist. Re-
leader of Cong. Shaarei Tfiloh, sponsored by the National Music ROSENTHAL and JOE NEWMAN Justice Paul L. Adams, Dr. Harlan freshments and Israeli wine will
Baltimore, for more than 30 years, Teachers Association in Indian- were elected members of the board Hatcher, president of the U. of M., be served.
judges, state officials, county of-
has announced plans to retire from apolis. Miss Gargarian will play governors.
ficials, members of the Detroit
Want ads get quick results!
that post to devote his time to writ- the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto
Common Council and leading
ing, lecturing and traveling. His with the Cass Symphony today.
unionists.
retirement will become effective
MUSIC ! ENTERTAINMENT !
* * *
Reservations for the dinner may
after the High Holy Days. Rabbi
be made by calling DI 1-5707.
Two of its former presidents
Drazin is the author of several
Mazey now is touring Israel.
will be honored by the Hebrew
books on Jewish education and on
Principals'
Association
at
its
sec-
marital and psychiatric problems.
ond annual Yom Ha-M'nahel
Prof to Discuss Youth
* *
and his orchestra
(Principal's Day) celebration, May
Rabbi
Mordecai
Kirsh
b
1
u
m,
at
Joint Service Meeting
MENAHEM BEIGIN, leader of 10, 3 p.m., at the Jewish Agency
UN 3-6501
If No Answer Call DI 1-6847
the Herut party, and SHMUEL Building, 515 Park, New York. national president of Mizrachi-
The combined annual meeting of
Hapoel
Hamizrachi,
will
address
TAMIR, a leading Israeli attorney , The guests of honor are SAMUEL
the Family and Children's Service,
returned to Israel after a special BOROWSKY and DAVID ISAACS the local organization at 8:30 p.m., Resettlement Service and Jewish
Monday, May 11, Center will be held 8 p.m. Tues- N
PLASTIC FURNITURE
N
flight to the United States to at- t he earliest ex-presidents of the
,-4
at Young Israel day at the Center.
COVERS
r, )
j2
tend the funeral of playwright o rganization.
A
Center of Oak-
Ben Hecht.
Dr. Fritz Redl, professor of be- i MADE TO ORDER r
* * *
* * *
woods.
or READY MADE 'A
havioral sciences at Wayne State O
ABRAHAM
FEINBERG,
presi-
At this mass University, will discuss "The Youth
1
New York University announc-
CALL ANNA KARBAL
m
meeting, to which of Today—Are We Worrying About ,:,
ed that DOV SADAN, of Jeru- dent of Kayser-Roth Corp. of New
LI 2-0874
the public is in- the Wrong Things?" Dr. Redl, past SZK . ;+:4CK >r•X:X*1<:X:•>:;;X#X7K+.:K>:+>;sj, V
salem, Hebrew writer and scholar, York„ since 1958, has resigned to
vite d, Rabbi president of the American Ortho-
has been awarded the Irving and devote more time to family busi-
Kirshblum will psychiatric Association, is a con-
Personal Service. Experience.
Bertha Newman Literary prize of ness interests. Feinberg is presi-
Finest in Musical Entertainment
dent
of
the
Israel
Bond
Organiza-
discuss "Historic sultant in child therapy at Haw-
the University's Institute of Heb-H t ion.
Events in Is- thorn Center. He is also the author
rew Studies. The award carries i
*
*
a prize of $1,000.
rael," presenting of "Mental Hygiene in Teaching,"
and his
DR. NELSON GOODMAN, a phil-
* *
h i s impressions "Children Who Hate" and "Controls
o sopher from the University of
from
Within."
of
the
sessions
of
Leading Hebrew and Yiddish ! P ennsylvania, and -AILEEN WARD, Rabbi Kirshblum
The program will include a busi-
the World Zion-
writers attended a reception this . w inner of a 1964 National Book
538-5395
week given by the Jewish Agency- A ward, have been named to the ist Organization Actions Commit- ness meeting and refreshments.
American Section for HAYIM B randeis University faculty, effec- tee which he attended in Jerus-
alem.
HAZAZ, noted Hebrew author, ti ve in September.
ASSOCIATES
Rabbi Kirshblum was one of
who is now in the United States
*
the participants in the installation
on a lecture tour under the ausp-
JUDGE ABRAHAM L. FREED- of the newly-elected Chief Rabbi
LI 8-1116
• CANDIDS
• MOVIES
ices of the Department of Educa-
MAN
of
Philadelphia,
a
justice
of
• BLACK & WHITE
• COLOR
LI 8-2266
tion and Culture of the Jewish the U.S. District Court for Eastern of Israel, Rabbi I. Y. Untermann.
Agency. Mrs. Rose L. Halprin, Pennsylvania, has been nominated He is a member of the executive
chairman of the American Section,
by President Johnson to the U.S. committee of the Jewish Agency
presided. Hazaz's visit to the
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
Court of Appeals for the third Cir- and head of its Torah, education
United States is under the patron- cuit. The nomination is now be- and culture department. A grad-
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?
age of President Zalman Shazar.
uate of Yeshiva University, he de-
fore the United States Senate.
* * *
voted all his life to the religious
* * *
Zionist movement, participated
Mayor ROBERT F. WAGNER
MRS. FRED GINSBERG has
will be guest speaker at the an- been named co-chairman of the since 1937 in all Zionists Con-
nual national dinner of the Union Southeast Michigan L. E. Peterson g,resses, and served as head offi-
Is Conveniently Located at
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations for Senate Campaign. Mrs. Gins- cer in the Jewish National Fund,
20500
JAMES COUZENS
of America to be held Sunday, at berg is a member of the National Zionist Actions' Committee and
(8 Mile & Greenfield—Across from Northland)
the New York Hilton Hotel, serv- Council of Jewish Women, Wom- other leading positions in the
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
ing 3,100 Jewish congregations en's American ORT, Sinai Hospital world Zionist and other Jewish
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
organizations.
throughout the United States and Women's Guild and American
Airport Limousine Service Available
Canada.
Jewish Committee, besides serving
* *
on the GOP State Central Com- Hebrew Memorial Chapel
Two outstanding personalities mittee.
Completed; Dedication
of the State of Israel are sched-
* * *
uled to a r r iv e during May to
HOWARD FINSILVER has qua- Date Scheduled May 24
take part in the State of Israel lified for the fifth year as a mem-
Dedication ceremonies for the
Bond drive. They are Major Gen- ber of the Million Dollar Round just-completed Hebrew Memorial
eral HAIM LASKOV, Chief of the Table of the National Association Chapel are set for 1 p.m. May 24.
Israel Port Authority and former of Life Underwriters. Finsilver, The public is invited.
Army Chief of Staff, and DR. branch manager of the Detroit
Officers of the Hebrew Benevo-
1. Delicious taste! Not carbonated, not laxative, virtually salt fre
ABRAHAM BIRAN, director of branch office for two years, has lent Society, builders of the new
—you'll agree that Mountain Volley Water is the perfect water
antiquities of the State of Israel. been associated with the Business chapel, include Morris Dorn, pre-
to drink.
* * *
Men's Assurance Company for sident; Edward Miller and Harry
2. Safe—and pure. No chlorine or other chemical is added. Moun-
JAMES RESTON, Pulitzer Prize- nine years.
E. Citrin, vice presidents; Solomon
tain Volley Water may be taken whenever any liquid may be
* * *
wining news analyst and reporter,
Rubin, secretary; Leo B. Furst,
consumed.
EARL HORDES, general agent treasurer; Harry Portlier, Sam Le-
will deliver the main address at
3. Beneficial for health. Ask your doctor how 6 to 8 glasses daily
for
The
Columbus
Mutual
Life
In-
Brandeis University's 13th annual
vine and Isadore Sherr, trustees:
for 8 or more weeks helps to promote the best possible health.
commencement exercises, June 7. surance Co., ranked fourth among and Samuel S. Portlier, cemetery
Home Delivery—
During the exercises, Brandeis will more than 1,200 company repre- chairman. Rabbi Israel I. Rockove
PHONE LO 7-0178
confer an honorary doctor of laws sentatives in life insurance sales is executive director.
WRITE 3343 Gratiot
Ask for Free Booklet
Detroit 7, Michigan
degree on Reston, who has direct- for the 1964 first quarter. THOMAS
Miller is chairman of the dedi-
ed the Washington Bureau of the HATZ and LOUIS MARUDAS, as- cation committee, Citrin, cochair-
sociates of the Hordes Agency, at- man. They are assisted by Nathan
New York Times since 1953.
tended a special home office train- P. Rossen, Nathan Samet and Isi-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ing school sponsored by the Colum- dore Sosnick, members of the
from HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS
26
Friday, May 1, 1964
bus company recently.
board of directors.

Rabbi Kirshblum
to Speak May 11
at Mizrachi Fete

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