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September 10, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-10

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Young Judaea Schedules Year Course in Israel

People Make News

Wilbert (Bill) Blake, son of the
Leo Blakes of Kenosha Ave., Oak
Park, has been named principal of
the West Branch Area Elementary
Schools in West Branch, Mich.
Blake, a 1956 graduate of Central
High School, .
••,;, -
taught in the Oak
Park School Sys-
tern for three
years, the last
two of which
were at Pepper
Elementary. This
summer he was
with the Summer
Enrichment Pro-
gram at Carver Blake
School, Royal Oak Twp. He is
completing his masters degree-
work in adult and higher education
at Michigan State University.
Blake received his BA in educa-
tion from Wayne State University.
Past vice president of the Oak
Park Federation of Teachers,
Blake also has been chairman of
the OPFT membership drive and
past delegate to the national and
Michigan Federation of Teachers
conventions. He also is a member
of the Oak Park Human Relations
Committee.
* * *
VICTOR POLLEY, administra-
tive director of the Stratford
Shakespearean Festiva 1, an-
nounced that JOHN PATERSON
has been appointed to the position
of publicity director of the Fes-
tival. He succeeds Jack Karr,
publicity director for the last
six years.
* * *
Senator Wayne Morse of Oregon
has been named 1965 recipient of
the annual "America-Israel Friend-
ship Award" of
the Mizrachi
Women's Organ-
ization of Amer-
ica, it was an-
nounced by Mrs.
Eli Resnikoff, na-
tional president
of the women's
religious - Zionist
organization. The
award is present-
ed each year "to Sen. Morse
that person not of the Jewish faith,
who has contributed most deeply
to understanding between the peo-
ples of the U.S. and Israel." Sen.
Morse is scheduled to receive
the citation at the opening public
session of the 40th annual conven-
tion of Mizrachi Women in Atlantic
City, Nov. 7.

*

* *

Judge BENJAMIN D. BURDICK
will be guest speaker at the annual
meeting of the Michigan state legis-
lative committee of the Brother-
hood of Railway and Steamship
Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express
and Station Employees, at Fort
Shelby Hotel, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. His
subject will be "Divorce and How
It Affects the American Home."

Return fo the Council

LOUIS C. MIRIANI

He is our ablest and most
experienced public servant

In the best interests of our
City, we urge all Detroiters
to vote on Tuesday for our
former Councilman a n d
Mayor, Louis C. Miriani —
who remains the pride of
our city as one of its ablest
administrators.

q•

DR. CHARLES GITLIN
ESTHER GITLIN

Ambassador ARTHUR J. GOLD-
BERG, U. S. Representative to the
United Nations; SAMUEL BRONF-
MAN of Montreal, chairman of the
North American Executive of the
World Jewish Congress, and MON-
ROE GOLDWATER, president of
the United Jewish Appeal of Great-
er New York, have been named
winners of the 1965 Stephen S.
Wise Awards of the American Jew-
ish Congress. The laureates will re-
ceive their awards Oct. 31, at a
dinner in the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel.
* * *
Robert E. Bylenga of Grand Rap-
ids, president of • aw
the American
C a n cer Society,
Michigan Divi-
sion, announces
the appointment
of Thomas E.
Smith as execu-
tive director of
the division's
Wayne County
unit. Smith, 28,
attended Hill s-
dale College,
where he receiv-
ed his BA in eco-
nomics in 1960.
He has taken
graduate work at
Wayne State Smith
University and Columbia Univer-
sity.
* * *
MAURICE A. BETMAN, of the
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur-
ance Co., attended a C.L.U. post-
graduate roundtable conducted by
Joseph E. Tierney, Jr., of Arthur
Anderson and Co., on the subject
"The Interpretation and Signifi-
cance of Financial Statements and
Aspects of Federal Income, Estate
and Gift Taxes.'
* *
Lt. Col. MAURICE KLEINBERG,
Jewish chaplain for the military
district of Washington, was pro-
moted today to full colonel, mak-
ing him the highest ranking Jew-
ish chaplain in the Army. Promo-
tion was conferred upon him at
ceremonies in the office of Maj.
Gen. Charles E. Brown, Jr., chief
of chaplains, at the Pentagon.
▪ * *
BENJAMIN EFRON, first vice
president of the National Associa-
tion of Temple Educators, has
been named by the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
to be director of the UAHC Col-
lege of Jewish Studies and UAHC
Hebrew High School in Los
Angeles.
* * *
RALPH SEGALMAN, executive
director of the Jewish Community
Council and Center of El Paso
since 1961, has been appointed
assistant professor of sociology
and Hillel counselor at the Texas
Western College in El PasO. Segal-
man, who spent 27 years in Jewish
community council and Federation
work, was formerly executive di-
rector of the Jewish Federation
of Waterbury, Conn., of the Jew-
ish Federation and Center in Sioux
City, Ia. and of the Jewish Federa
tion in Springfield, Ill.
* * *
President Zalman Shazar extend-
ed an invitation to A. R. MALA-
CHI, American Hebrew and Yid-
dish writer, to come to Israel with
Mrs. Malachi on an official state
visit. Malachi, who was born- in
Jerusalem, is known for his work
on the ,history of the Holy Land
and on Hebrew and Yiddish liter-
ature from the time of the Enlight-
enment.
* * *
JOSEPH ROSS, president of
Davidson Bros., Inc. (Federal De-
partment Stores), will be one of
the speakers at the 26-Week "Man-
agerial Development Seminar" of-
fered by the management division
of the Institute of Labor and In-
dustrial Relations at Wayne State
University. The seminar will be-
gin Oct. 7.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, September 10, 1965

Dr. SIDNEY GLAZER, 59 Sew-
ard, professor of history at Wayne
State Universtiy, is the author of
a new book, "Detroit: A study in
Urban Development," published
by Bookman Associates, New
York. The book traces the develop-
ment of Detroit from the early
French fur trading days to its
emergence as a major city.
* * *
J. JACQUES STONE, attorney
and communal leader, will be in-
stalled as president of the Jewish
Education Committee of New York
at a dinner on Sept. 21 at the
Delmonico Hotel. He will succeed
Jules L. Freed, of Scarsdale, who
will become chairman of the board.
* * *
Among the local leaders partici-
pating in the committee that is
planning the "Midwest Meets Mod-
ern Sweden-1065" program Nov.
1-17 will be MAX M. FISHER, Rab-
bi RICHARD C. HERTZ of Tem-
ple Beth El and Judge THEODORE
LEVIN.
* * *
EVELYN LINCOLN, secretary
to the late President John F.
Kennedy and author of "My Twelve
Years with John F. Kennedy,"
will be among the notable authors
and publishing executives attend-
ing the first Detroit regional meet-
ing of the American Booksellers
Association, Monday at the Park
Shelton Hotel. Other speakers in-
clude EDMUND LOVE, author of
"The Situation in F l u s h i n g,"
ALLEN SHERMAN, entertainer
and author of "A Gift of Laugh-
ter," and Dr. CHARLES MERRILL
SMITH, author of "How to Be-
come a Bishop Without Being
Religious."

The Young Judaea Year in Israel
Course is sponsored by National
Young Judaea in cooperation with
the American Zionist- Youth Foun-
dation, • Inc., and the Jewish
Agency in Israel, Jerusalem.
Young Judaea, the oldest and
largest Zionist youth group in the
United States, is supported by
Hadassah and the Zionist Organi-
zation of America.
The first official convention of
an American Jewish youth organi-
zation to be conducted in Israel
will be held Dec. 19-Jan. 5 by Na-
tional Young Judaea.
Forty-four delegates will attend
the mid-winter convention in Jeru-
salem. They will be housed in the
homes of Tsofim.

NEW YORK—More than 60
members of Young Judaea will
leave this month to take part in
the largest Young Judaea Year in
Israel Course since its inception 10
years ago. It is a program of for-
mal studies and leadership train-
ing under academic supervision.
The youths, age 17-21, will spend
five months of study at the Jerusa-
lem Institute. The year course also
includes a three-month period on
a kibbutz, where the students will
work alongside Israeli pioneers.
Members of the Tsofim, Israel
Scouts Association, will meet often
with the Young Judaea leaders
from throughout the United States.
The Tsofim youth organization is
the sister movement of Young
Judaea. Youths participating in the
year course also will have free
time to travel throughout Israel.
Israel government leaders and offi-
cials of the Jewish Agency in Is-
rael have been invited to lecture to
the group.

Jersey Union Buys Bonds

JERSEY CITY — Local 300 of
the International Brotherhood of
Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill
Workers (AFL-CIO), has invested
$35,000 in State of Israel Bonds.

RETAIN JUDICIAL
EXPERIENCE

Promote Judge Richard D.

DUNN

Circuit Court Judge

Qualified - Experienced

VOTE...DUNN

Richard D. Dunn

Sept.. 14 Primary

Remember DUNN No. 20 on the Ballot

What makes a Good Judge?

Know- Your Candidate

* Detroit attorney for 40 years

* Member of law firm of Schmier
Schmier

* Native Detroiter and graduate of
U of D Law School

*Member of U of D varsity team
1921-24

* Served on Board Gus Dorois
Memorial Fund

*Practiced law in every court in
Michigan and various U.S. Courts

* Member of American, State and
Detroit Bar Association

* Member Old Newsboys. Goodfellow
Fund

* Active in YMCA Fund Drives

A

Good Judge Knows the Law Thoroughly

Schmier has a thorough knowledge of the law gained over
of legal practice in every court, at every level.

A

a period of 40 years

Good Judge Has Character

Schmier has a fine character and judicial temperament. Both are requisites of a
good judge . . . the ability to approach every problem of the low and fact impartially
with open minded fairness.

A Good Judge Makes Judicial Decisions
with His Heart as Well as His Brain

As a judge Schmier will weigh moral consideration as well as legal technicalities.
His decision will be tempered with kindness and humanity.

Endorsed by Labor, Industryi lawyers, Judges and Civic Groups

Civic Searchlight
Rates SCHMIER

"WELL
QUALIFIED"

for Circuit Judge

SCHMIER

FoRCIRCUIT JUDGE

No. 47 NON-PARTISAN BALLOT



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