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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-29

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activities in Society

Five Groups Back New Shehitah Method Announced
Monument Plans by ASPCA Is Lauded by Rabbis
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NEW YORK (JTA) .— A new the coordinating body for six na 416
for Nazi Victims method
for preparing and handling tional and 72 local Jewish com-

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Lavine, 17363 Northlawn, will hold open
Five Detroit organizations join- animals for slaughter so that
house at the Furniture Club of Detroit the evening of June 12, in
ed in advancing proposed plans shackling and hoisting are elimi-
honor of their son, Dr. Robert E. Lavine who is leaving for a tour of for the establishment of a monu- nated but the needs of kashruth
duty with the U.S. Air Force. Dr. Lavine, who recently received his ment in Detroit in tribute to the are not violated, was announced
D.D.S. degree from the University of Michigan, will be stationed at memory of the victims of Nazism. here by the American Society for
Louis Levenson, chairman of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base near Tucson, Ariz.
According to ASPCA president
the temporary committee, and Rab-
Five graduates of the Yeshivath Beth Yehudah high school will bi Leo Goldman, secretary, an- William Rockefeller, the society
spend a year in Israel, studying at the Beth Jacob Teachers Seminary nounced that representatives of "worked out its solution of a world-
in Jerusalem. They are Bluma Shoenig, Miriam Posner, Leah Bressler, Arbeiter Ring Branch 227, Bnai wide problem with complete re-
Brith Albert Einstein Lodge and spect for the 4,000-year-old Jew-
Judith Isbee and Sara Gail Cohen.
Chapter, Hungarian Jewish Social ish ritual of shehitah, kosher
Leonard F. Reaume, Goldie Levinstein and Benjamin W. Beyer are Club, Revisionist Organization and slaughter."
representing the Detroit Real Estate Board in Tel Aviv at the 15th Radomer Society were present at
In a statement by Rabbi Israel
annual congress of the International Real Estate Federation, through a meeting on May 19 at which Klavan, executive vice president
initial plans for the memorial of the Rabbinical Council of Amer-
June 5.
were outlined.
ica, the announcement was hailed
Joel P. Lipschutz, 17, son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis S. Lipschutz, 19750
Felix Rosenzweig, vice president as "a dramatic breakthrough" and
Chesterfield, will graduate June 5 from the Interlochen Arts Academy, of Bnai Brith Einstein Lodge, said an "unprecedented contribution"
the nation's first boarding high school for gifted youth. Joel, who is it was the hope of the planning as well as a "considerable eco-
studying viola, is one of 61 graduates of the Academy. A former Mum- committee that the entire com- nomic saving for the meat indus-
ford High School student, he will attend a summer session at the Uni- munity will participate in this pro- try."
versity of Michigan and in the fall enter the Eastman School of Music ject and that non-Jews also will
Both Rockefeller and Rabbi
at Rochester, N.Y.
join in paying tribute to the vic- Klavan pointed out that the ASPCA
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Guyer of Murray Hill Ave. spent a week tims of the Nazis. He said that the has been working with leading
five organizations now participat-
figures for more than a
in Ft. Campbell, Ky., visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Capt. ing in forming the initial com- rabbinical
year, through the joint advisory
and Mrs. Martin Guyer, and their new grandson, Jeffrey Joel.
mittee represent a large segment committee of the Synagogue Coun-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Katchem and Mr. and Mrs. Max Moss of new immigrants in Detroit, cil of America and the National
will attend the graduation of their son and son-in-law Dr. Lionel most of them survivors from the Community Relations Advisory
Council.
B. Katchem from the Des Moines School of Osteopathic Medicine and holocaust.

Surgery.
Mrs. Melba Winer, outgoing president of Center Theater, received
a gold gavel embossed on a gold medalion as a token of tribute from
the group last week. She was cited for her leadership during a
year "beset with troubles:" a fire that destroyed the Center stage and
heart attacks that struck a director and a producer. Mrs. Winer
and her husband Sidney organized the theater in 1959.
Livonia Jewish Congregation's Mixed Doubles Bowling League
awarded three trophies to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fellander at a ban-
quet at the Metropole Supper Club recently. Officers for next season
will be Charles Brooks, president; Fellander, vice president; and
Sam Braunstein, secretary-treasurer.
Temple Beth El will send Jared Bennett Stamell and Linda Carol
Grekin, two outstanding students of Beth El's high school graduation
class, to Israel for the summer. They will be a part of the youth
group of the National Federation of Temple Youth. The trip has
been made possible by Sidney R. Solomon and Benard L. Maas, temple
members, who have each established $1,000 annual scholarships to

students in the high school department.
Mrs. Bertha Brotman has moved from her home on Kentucky Ave.
to the Essex House Apartments on Berg Rd. She and her son. David,
will attend the June 14 marriage of her older son, Dr. Lawrence Brot-
man, to Joan Rochelle Baginsky in New Orleans.

Grants to 20 graduate students
and scholars for the next academic
year were awarded by the Na-
tional Foundation for Jewish Cul-
ture at a meeting at the Harvard
Club of New York,
The awards represent the fourth
annual program of fellowships
carried out by the Foundation.
Edwin Wolf II of Philadelphia
is president of the Foundation.
During the course of the year,
the National Foundation for Jew-
ish Culture has been assisted by
grants from various foundations
and federations and the United
Jewish Charities of Detroit.

Philadelphia Appeal
Yields $4.4 Million

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
1964 Allied Jewish Appeal has
raised a total of S4,411,238, it was
announced by Leonard Goldfine,
campaign general chairman, at the
closing dinner of the drive. The
1964 campaign — the 26th such
drive—was launched on March 4.
It involved more than 10,000 vol-
unteer solicitors and resulted in
some 90,000 gifts.

TOO MANY PEOPLE

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along a prescribed path — never
knowing that there MAY BE A
CHOICE of paths to take.

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Communities Urged
to Put Third of Funds
Into Jewish Schools

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J., (JTA)—
A leader in Jewish education urged
Jewish communities to triple their
allocations for Jewish schools to
at least 30 per cent of the funds
expended for all Jewish communal
purposes.
In an address to the opening
session of the 38th annual con-
ference of the National Council
for Jewish Education, Dr. Elazar
Goelman, president of the organiza-
tion and dean of Gratz College in
Philadelphia, cited data showing
tht alloctions by Jewish federations
for Jewish education had been
about 91/2 per cent of the total
funds received by local Jewish
agencies from federations and com-
munity chest allocations during the
past five years. He said the latest
data showed that the budget for
public schools represented well
over 40 per cent of public ex-
penditures in communities
throughout the United States.
In a report on the enrollment
in Jewish schools in the Greater
New York area during the 1963-64
academic year, Dr. Azriel Eisen-
berg, executive vice-president of
the Jewish Education Committee
of New York, said that total enrol-
ment in all types of Jewish schools
in the area had increased to 144,-
876, as compared with 144,342
during the previous academic year.
He said the over all figure did not
include an estimated 10,000 chil-
dren attending released time
classes.

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Random Publishes
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Betty Kowalsky and Jerome Stasson will present piano and violin
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students in a recital 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Baldwin Recital Hall.
text of the play "Telemachus
Mrs. Halina Kronenberg, 13182 Stoepel, has returned from a the
Clay" by Lewis John Carlino.
visit to relatives . in South America.
It is, as the subtitle indicates,

Foundation Announces
Grants to 20 Scholars

munity relations organizations.
Among prominent leaders of the
Jewish community who joined
Rabbi Klavan in hailing the
ASPCA announcement were Rabbi
Pinkhas Teitz, of the presidium of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada; and
Rabbi Bernard J. Bamberger and
Mortimer Brenner, cochairmen of
the joint-advisory committee.
A letter from the cochairmen
to the ASPCA declared: "We are
proud to have had a part in what
the ASPCA has done." One of the
patents for the new method was
given to the ASPCA by the joire.
committee, Rockefeller said. The
patents will be made available
without cost or royalty to the meat
industry.

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