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May 28, 1965 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-28

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Article Relates
Brandeis Meeting
With Opposition

People Make News

The appointment of Avner Man-
or as executive vice president of
the American-Israeli Shipping Co.,
Inc., owners rep-
resentatives i n
the U.S.A. and
Canada for the
Zim Israel Navi-
gation Co. Ltd.,
of Haifa and as-
sociated line s,
was announced
by Gottlieb Ham-
mer, president of
the navigation
line. Manor suc-
ceeds Wolf R.
Lazarus who as-
sumed the post
of executive vice
president in 1959
Manor
and returns to Israel on May 28
after a six-year tour of duty in
the United States.

4, * *

Mayor Ish-Shalom of Jerusalem
presented BERNARD KATZEN of
New York with a golden emblem
of the city "in recognition of his
services in encouraging the capi-
tal's cultural growth when serving
as special consultant to the U.S.
State Department." Katzen was in
Jerusalem for the opening of the
Israel Museum, one of the main
beneficiaries of the • cultural fund
program prepared by Katzen. As
counsel to Sec. of State Dean Rusk
in 1956, Katzen fought for the plan
whereby Israel would use U.S.
counterpart funds which had ac-
cumulated in Israel from the sale

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noted Israeli poet, has been
awarded this year's literary prize
of the Institute of Hebrew Studies
at New York University, it was
announced by Prof. Abraham I.
Katsh, head of the Institute, and
Dr. Israel N. Biderman, secretary
of the judges committee. The
award, established by the Irving
and Bertha Newman Foundation,
consists of a scroll of honor and
$1,000.
* *
The current issue of The Ceme-
terian, official publication of the
American Cemetery Association,
contains the full text of the ad-
dress "History and Purpose of
Jewish Cemeteries" delivered by
IRVING I. KATZ, executive sec-
retary of Temple Beth El, at the
ACA Management Institute, Mich-
igan State University, in March.

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ficial organ of the Zionist organi-
zation of America.
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Brevities

The Jewish News regrets the
The ROYAL BALLET of Eng- omission of Stuart M. Simms'
land, one of the world's major name from the list of Wayne State
ballet companies, comes to De- University students receiving
troit's Masonic Auditorium, June awards from the school of medi-
11-13, to present four perform- cine recently.
ances, three evening and one
Simms, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday matinee.
Irving Simms of Snowden Ave.,
* * *

Minerva's Owl Theater Group received a $750 graduate profes-
will present "THE WORLD OF sional scholarship at the medical
WILHELM REICH" 8:30 p.m. school honors convocation.
June 5 at the Women's Federation
Building, 616 W. Hancock. No ad-
mission charge. Loretta Goldman
MORE REPEAT
Bureau.
will portray the leading female
The communication was ad- role. The play is written and di-
CUSTOMERS SAY:
dressed to the late Louis Lipsky, rected by Sam Cohen.
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writer and Zionist leader, and had
* * *

to do with Mr. Brandeis' efforts to
conciliate the differences between
several central Jewish organiza-
tions at a time when a certain
project aimed at greater unity was
the subject of an intense contro-
versy.
It was remarkable that during a
crucial time in his own career, just
after he was named as a member
of the Supreme Court by President
Wilson, Mr. Brandeis should have
taken the time to write such a long
report of a meeting.
The article, called "When Mr.
Brandeis Met With The Opposi-
tion," gives an account of a meet-
ing with several groups of Jewish
leaders, Mr. Brandeis having taken

time to write a letter of seven
typewritten pages outlining the
points of view of the different op-

posing groups. Mr. Lipsky was
then head of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and both the ZOA
and the original provisional com-
mittee for an American Jewish
Congress were involved in the
dispute.
The representatives of several
Dafni urged all-out support for the other central and national organi-
American Friends of Tel Aviv Uni- zations participated and the dis-
versity, which is assisting Israel's cussion was finally resolved with
youngest institution of higher edu- the unification of all elements in
cation to expand and strengthen the establishment of the first
American Jewish Congress.
its facilities.
* * *
Former Jewish News City Editor
HARVEY ZUCKERBERG, assistant
director of the division of public
relations for the Illinois State
Medical Society, has been elected
to the board of directors of the Disagrees With Rabbi
Illinois Council for Mentally Re-
tarded Children and will be elect- on Role of Mourners
ed financial secretary of the or- at Graveside Service
ganization at its annual conven- Editor, The Jewish News:
tion June 5.
In the Jewish News of May 14
* * *
URI TZVI GREENBERG, there appeared a letter from

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A rare, unpublished and prob-
ably unknown letter of the late
Justice Louis D. Brandeis is made

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of American books and magazines
under a U.S. program.
• *
LYNDA ROSLYN ROSEN-
BERG, 18688 Washburn, has been
awarded a grant to attend the Na-
tional Science Foundation Mathe-
matics Institute this summer at
Montclair State College, N.J. She
will be one of '75 teachers from
junior and senior high schools
throughout the United States who
will spend six weeks in a study
of various phases of modern
mathematics.
*
*
Brandeis University board of
trustees treasurer and prominent
industrialist, JACOB A. GOLD-
FARB, will be honored on his 70th
birthday at a party June 8 at the
Americana Hotel in New York
City. Main speaker will be Earl
Warren, U. S. Supreme Court
chief justice. Brandeis President
Abram L. Sachar also will speak.
* * *
Reuven Dafni, newly-appointed
Consul-General of Israel in India,
arrived in New York prior to a
coast-to-coast series of appearances
in behalf of Tel Aviv University.
Dafni, who served previously in
the U. S. as his
country's Consul-
General in Los
Angeles and as
director of the
Israel Informa-
tion Office in
N. Y. has in re-
cent years been
on loan from the
Foreign Ministry
to the Education
Dafni
Ministry. Citing
Israel's growing educational needs,

Stuart Simms Receives
Med School Scholarship

Rabbi Joel J. Litke of the Gemil-
uth Chassodim Synagogue.
The article pertained to many
instances whereby mourners and
friends leave graveside services
before the casket is lowered into
the grave.
Rabbi Litke even stated the
reason for such actions, and has
asked the cemetery authorities to,
shall we say, offset such actions
by appealing to the mourners and
friends attending the graveside
services.
People of the Jewish faith have
a tendency of giving way to their
emotions, especially when attend-
ing graveside services at the
cemetery. Far too many of them
throw themselves on the ground
and other actions that they can-
not control due to grief.
To uphold the Jewish law is
what our obligations are, but
rabbis must be somewhat flexible
in such delicate matters, and I
think it is far better for people
to let someone else lower the
casket into the grave, than they
should stay and watch and leave
with an impression that will affect
their lives for some time to come.
We like to remember our rela-
tives and our dear friends as they
looked when they were well, and
by the same token many many
Jews attending graveside services
want to leave with the thought in
mind that they have fulfilled
their obligation and leave after
the services without taking with
them an impression that can prey
on their minds.
JOSEPH SHAPIRO

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, May 288, 1965

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sponsor its second annual AN-
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of the Henry Fords in Dearborn,
June 3-61. Thirty-four of the nation's

top antiques dealers will have
booths in the mansion, and more
than 2,200 new rose bushes are
expected to be in bloom. More than
30 district Rotary clubs are co-
operating with Dearborn in this
event and benefiting from ticket
sale proceeds. Among members of
the Show committee are Harry
Jones, Richard Jones and Isador
Strub, among the most active of
Dearborn Rotarians.

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Queen Juliana Cites
Jews; One Knighted

2 SER O V FE UY SOT UO I

THE HAGUE (JTA) — Queen
Juliana of The Netherlands con-

ferred high honors on a number of
prominent Dutch Jews, in celebra-
tion of her 57th birthday, when she
honored other citizens of this coun-
try.
The Knighthood in the Order of
the Dutch Lion was conferred upon
Prof. J. A. van Praag, of the Ams-
terdam Community University, a
scholar in Spanish literature. An
officership in the Order of Nassau
Orange was awarded to Dr. Abel
Herzberg, lawyer, a u t h o r, and
former president of the Dutch
Zionist Organization.
Similar honors were conferred
upon Max Tak, Jewish journalist;
actress Caro van Eyk; H. A. Gom-
pert, Jewish journalist and literary
figure; and several well-known
Jewish attorneys.



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