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October 01, 1965 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-01

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People Make News

Greenfield-Bicoll Rites
Planned for December

Center Theater has named ROB-
ERT McKEE as managing director.
McKee has won two directing
awards from the University of
Michigan, was director of the
Toledo Repertory Theater and has
acted in many little theater groups.

A showing of oils, collage, water
colors and other media by MRS.
ALBERT (EDITH) SILVERMAN
goes on exhibit Oct. 10-Nov. 30 in
the main lobby of Metropolitan
Hospital. This first show for Mrs.
Silverman is sponsored by the
auxiliary of the hospital and is
Harry Herbert will retire as open to the public. Mrs. Silver-
man's art schooling and sustained
director of fund
painting came after her 50th year.
raising of the
Her early works with still life
National Jewish
and landscapes was followed by
Welfare Board in
an interest in expressionism, em-
1966, after com-
phasizing man's constant search
pleting a profes-
for serenity amid need for daily
sional career of
activity.
25 years devoted
* * *
to the two fields
EDWIN A. GOODMAN, a Jew-
in which JWB
ish attorney, has been named by
operates service
Progressive Conservative leader
to the community
John Diefenbaker, head of the
and its Jewish
government opposition, as cam-
Community Cen-
paign chairman for the Canadian
ters, and service
general elections to be held Nov.
Herbert
to the men in the
8. Goodman, 45, is active in the
U.S. Armed Forces.
Canadian Friends of the Hebrew
MILTON A. WALDOR of New- University and other Jewish and
ark, N. J., a lawyer and much deco- Israeli causes. Diefenbaker, former
rated World War 'II Air Force vet- prime minister, will try in the
eran, was elected national com- elections for a comeback, running
mander of the Jewish War Vet- against Premier Lester B. Pearson.
* *
erans of the U. S. A. at its 70th
annual national convention at the
The Right Rev. Monsignor JOHN
Concord Hotel.
J. FINN, of the Catholic Church of
*
St. John the Evangelist of Schen-
JAMES GOLDMAN has a busy ectady, N.Y., who has been an ar-
fall schedule. His first novel, dent supporter of the State of Isr-
WALDORF, will be published by ael and Israel Bond campaign, will
Random House Oct. 7, and his new receive the Israel Freedom
play "A Day in the Life of Henry Medal, at a community-wide testi-
the Second," starring Robert Pres- monial dinner sponsored by the
ton, is due on Broadway this sea- Schenectady Committee for Israel
son.
Bonds Oct. 9, at Temple Gates of
* * *
Heaven.
* * *
Mrs. FRANCES P. BOLTON,
veteran member of the United
The International Red Cross has
States House of Representatives awarded a Florence Nightingale
from Ohio, reinvested the funds Medal to a Polish-Jewish nurse,
she received from her maturing LIUBA BLUM-BIELIETZKA, for
Israel Bonds and hailed Israel as dedication and rare courage in the
"a model for the underdeveloped course of her duty as a nurse.
nations of the world." In a letter
• *
to the Cleveland Israel Bond of-
JACK BENNY, the comedian,
fice, she said: "As one of the early
investors in State of Israel Bonds, dropped in to congratulate his old
it is thrilling for me to see how friend, ARTHUR FIEDLER, con-
the State of Israel has kept its ductor of the Boston "Pops" con-
promise and repaid its obligations certs, on the establishment of the
in full with interest. This enterpris- Arthur Fiedler Music Library in
ing young country has become a Tel Aviv by Histadrut, Israel
model for the underdeveloped na- labor federation, at the Waldorf
tions of the world in terms of its Astoria testimonial dinner for
economic development against the WILLIAM HELLMAN, president of
setting of a vigorous democracy Kennedy's of New England, chair-
and an exciting cultural upsurge." man of the project which will cost
$300,000.
* * *
*
*
PAUL SHERIZEN, an associate
of the Ruben Gold agency of the
JOSEPH ROSS, president of Da-
Massachusetts Mutual Life In- vidson Bros., Inc., and PAUL BOR-
surance Co., has completed a week MAN, president of Borman Food
of specialized study at Spring- Stores, Inc., were among six group
field, Mass., as a member of his chairmen named to the Major
company's 13th business insurance Commerce Unit of the 1965 Torch
seminar for career underwriters. Drive in Detroit.

By HENRY LEONARD

suog anpoij nuaAca j -96 T

DAYENU

"We've distributed 1500 Yom Kippur tickets for
the 1000 seats in our temple. Gentlemen, let
us now pray for Atonement ... and for rain on
Yom Kippur Night 1"

MISS CAROL GREENTFIELD

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greenfield
of Kipling Ave., Oak P a r k, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carol Barbara to Dr. Nor-
ton J. Bicoll, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Bicoll of Ilene Ave.
Miss Greenfield is a graduate of
Wayne State University where she
was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsi-
lon Sorority. Dr. Bicoll received
his degree from the University of
Detroit's dental school.
A Dec. 19 wedding is planned.

Plan Ner Tamid
Workshop Oct. 10

Charles E. Feinberg, chairman
of the Jewish Committee on Scout-
ing, announces the sponorship of
a Ner Tamid Workshop for all
adult scout leaders of the Jewish
faith, to be held at the Charles
Howell Scout Reservation, Brigh-
ing, announces the sponsorship of
ton, 10 a.m. Oct. 10.
Chairman of the workshop is
Jack White, who encourages lead-
ers of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and
Explorers to participate. Program
content in the workshop will in-
clude highlights of the training
required of Jewish Scouts pursuing
this award: an outline of Jewish
history; religious home observances;
the Synagogue; Jewish study of
the Talmud, Ten Commandments,
the Bible and the Scout Law; the
American Jewish community; and
world Jewry.
Scouts who, during 1965, have
earned the Ner Tamid Award in-
clude: Anthony Moss, Troop 135,
sponsored by Bnai David Syna-
gogue; Mark Factor, David Heller,
Neil Goldman, Alan Mutnick and
Joel Mutnick, from Troop 146,
sponsored by Temple Israel; and
Jeffrey Freedland, Troop 23, spon-
sored by Scout Alumnae Club of
Troop 23.

Bnai Brith Organizes
Hurricane Relief Drive

WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith
last week organized a Hurricane
Betsy Rehabilitation Fund and
called on its membership for gifts
of cash and goods to aid the home-
less in the devastated New Orleans
area.
Bnai Brith District 7, whose
headquarters are in the hurricane-
battered city, is directing the drive,
intended to assist the relief efforts
of the American National Red
Cross and Salvation Army.
Dr. William A. Wexler of Savan-
nah, Bnai Brith president, wired a
personal appeal to leaders of Bnai
Brith's seven other regional dis-
tricts, in North America asking
mass support of the drive by the
organization's 400,000 adult mem-
bers.
To initiate the drive, Dr. Wexler
forwarded checks of $500 each to
the Red Cross and Salvation Army
as a gift from Bnai Brith head-
quarters.

Radomer Memorial

Radomer Aid and Ladies Soci-
ety will hold their annual cemetery
memorial service noon Sunday at
Radomer Cemetery.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 1, 1965-23

UHS Continues Program U. of Illinois Biologist
Announces Development
in Teacher Training
of Self-Duplicating Matter

The United Hebrew Schools is
again sponsoring the Leadership-
Teachers-Training-Institute (LTTI)
for young people who are inter-
ested in preparing themselves as
religious school teachers in the
primary grades or as congrega-
tional youth leaders.
This institute was established by
the department of general studies
of the UHS in cooperation with
Cong. Arias Shalom, Ahavas Achim,
Beth Aaron, Beth Moses, Bnai
David and Bnai Moshe.
The LTTI program is open to
graduates of a synagogue-approved
religious school, Hebrew school
graduates, post-consecrants or the
equivalent. The three-year program
of Torah, traditions and prayers,
Jewish history and patterns of
child growth and development is
supplemented by lectures by rab-
bis of the co-sponsoring syna-
gogues, arts and crafts, music and
dance.
For information, call the UHS
offices, DI 1-3407.

UR.B.ANA, Ill. — A team of
scientists, led by Prof. Sol Spiegel-
man, has built up a self-reproduc-
ing substance of which certain
viruses are composed.
The University of Illinois biolo-
gists have thus performed a major
scientific breakthrough which has
important implications in the cure
of cancer and the eventual syn-
thesis of more complex forms of
life. Some scientists believe cancer
may be caused by a virus, and
many ailments from colds to in-
fections are caused by viruses.

Tell me whom you associate
with, and I will tell you who you
are. —Amer. proverb.

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