100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 01, 1966 - Image 31

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-07-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

They'll Direct Hadassah Next Year

*-"



Friday, July 1, 1966-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

2

Oak Park'Residents
Shot At by Sniper

Oak Park resident Nathan Rak-
otz, 23151 Cloverlawn, was listed
in satisfactory condition after he
and his daughter-in-law were
wounded by a blast fired by a
sniper Sunday night as they were
driving home from a Berkley ice
cream parlor.
Rakotz, 53, was being treated for
pellet wounds in the left shoulder,
arm and chest. His daughter-in-
law, Mrs. Shelley Rakotz, 24, of
12918 W. 10 Mile, Huntington
Woods, was treated and released.
Rakotz' wife, Minnie, 53, was not
injured.

A new edition of the KOSHER
PRODUCTS DIRECTORY of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations, listing a record total of
more than 2,400 rabbinically-certi-
fied kosher products and services,
has been published. Copies are
available without charge on re-
quest to Dept., Orthodox Union,
- 84 Fifth, New York.

A family portrait of the new executive board of Detroit Chapter, Hadassah, was taken at the opening
board luncheon recently, given by President Mrs. Jack Perlman. The directors are (from left) seated:
Mesdames David Pollack, vice president Honor Roll; Sidney Winer, 1966-67 executive vice-president;
Perlman, and Henry Berris, vice-president, program; second row: Mesdames Ben Bonin, vice-president
projects; Samuel Levitt, vice-president bulletin; Robert Drews, vice-president publicity; Ivan Meisner;
Alfred Deutsch; Sam Shekter; John J. Mann; and third row: Mesdames Harold Y. Hoffman, vice-president
membership; Alfred Rosen, treasurer; Maurice Perlman, vice-president education; Irving Rose; Samuel
Schaflander, recording secretary; and Abe Zitomer. Not in picture are Mesdames Gilbert Golding, finan-
cial secretary; Herman August, and Davis Benson.

LindaHermanEngaged Bronson in Race
Charles Levin Files
tojeromeRonaldErman for Judge; Active for Appeals Court
County Prosecutor

MISS LINDA HERMAN

Mrs. Edith Herman of Cleve-
land Heights announces the en-
gagement of her daughter Linda
Fay to Jerome Ronald Erman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Erman of
Steel Ave.
Mr. Erman attended Wayne
State, University and is continuing
his studies at the Ohio College
of Podiatry, where he is affiliated
with Phi Alpha Pi Fraternity.

Jewish Librarians Urge
Standards Improvement

When the lettering on the office
door of the Oakland County Pros-
ecutor's Office was changed to read
"S. Jerome Bronson" it was the
first time since the days of FDR
that a Democrat won elective office
in Oakland County.
Merely changing the name on
the door was not all that Jerry
Bronson found wrong and cor-
rected in these past 18 months as
county prosecutor.
Bronson moved swiftly as he
brought to end all that foot-drag-
ging in the courts of the notorious
Steren Assembly Club and gained
convictions of 20 alleged operators,
some of whom were identified be-
fore the Senate Rackets Committee
as ranking Mafia members. Again
it was Prosecutor Bronson who
spearheaded the raid of the Seaway
Civic Club — a new attempt to
establish big-time gambling in
Pontiac—and nailed the door even
tighter on organized crime's oper-
ations in Oakland County.
As crimes among young people
continued to mount during those
first months, Bronson felt a way
to weed out those in need of help
and perhaps nip in the bud future
trouble with the law could be
achieved by working with those
close to youngsters — school of-
ficials. So Bronson conducted the
Widely - acclaimed Conference on
Youth and set up the framework
for learning about youngsters
headed for trouble before they get
into it.
He is now a candidate for the
Oakland County Circuit Court. He
launched himself into the race
from his law office in suburban
Madison Heights, where he has
established his law office and prac-
ticed since 1955.
He has been a life-long member
of Temple Beth El, serves on the
Temple's Men's Club board of di-
rectors, on the board of directors
of the Jewish National Fund and
on the out-state board of directors
of. the Anti-Defamation League. His
wife, Claire, teaches at Temple
Beth El's religious school. They
live with their two sons in Oak
Park.

PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The
newly created Association of Jew-
ish Librarians closed its first an-
nual convention here by adopting
a formal statement of purposes
calling for the promotion and im-
provement of library services and
professional -- ndards in all Jew-
ish libraries.
The association voted to serve as
a center for the dissemination of
Jewish. library service and guid-
ance; to encourage people to enter
the Jewish library field: to pro-
mote the formation of more Jew-
ish libraries; and to promote the
publication of literature to assist
Jewish libraries and librarians.
Herbert C. Zafren, of Chicago,
who has been provisional presi-
dent, was elected president. The
two former groups which consoli-
dated to form the new organization
will be headed, respectively, by
Jacob Dienstag, of New York, as
president of the research and spe-
cial library division; and Mrs. Mae
Rabbi LEONARD ROSENFELD
Weine, of Camden, N.J., as presi- has been named executive vice
dent of the synagogue, center and president of the Jewish Education
school libraries division.
Committee of N.Y.

Business Briefs

By Sid Shmarak

The folks at PHILLIPS SHOES
promised any reader named Sey-
mour Levine who happened to
catch their ad in last week's Jew-
ish News that if he stopped by
their Northland store, he'd get a
:free pair of Hush Puppies. On Sat-
urday, some man stepped into Phil-
lips Shoes. Guess what his name
was.

FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT

SAM EMMER

And His Orchestra

DI 1-1609

■■ 110MINIIMINR.

GREAT BAND AVAILABLE

For All Occasions
and Clubs

Max Schrut

Call 342-9581

For Good Photographs
and Prompt Service
Call Me at

BLAIR STUDIO

BALLROOM INSTRUCTION

by

IRENE CORNELL

Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs

We Come to Your Home

Detroit and Windsor

646 - 4057

With Samples

TY 5-8805

UN 4-6845

SAM 1 _ BARNETT

Music

Entertainment

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?

Cranbrook House Motel

Is Conveniently Located at

20500 JAMES COUZENS

Greenfield—Across hem Northland)
Call 342-3000 For the Finest Accommodations!
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN RESTAURANT
Airport Limousine Service Available

(8 Mile &

CHARLES LEVIN

Charles Levin, member of the
law firm of Levin, Levin, Garvett
and Dill, son of Chief Federal
Court Judge and Mrs. Theodore
Levin, on Monday filed petitions
for the Court of Appeals.
Levin decided to enter the race
five days before the deadline and
succeeded in securing 20,000 sig-
natures to his petitions.

Enroll Now for Fall Term

Thelloosevelt School

Skmaie Paeat, Seam/ r ove, &mi.

Israel Medical Assn.
Wants German Dropped
as Convention Language

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
executive committee of the Israel
-Medical Association voted not to
act as host to an international
convention scheduled here for next
March unless German is dropped
as one of the four official con-
vention languages.
The committee also voted not
to allow the conference the use
of the •Beit Harofe Medical Cen-
ter unless use of German was
canceled by the World Associa-
tion of Physicians convention.
The daily newspaper Maariv re-
ported that a former SS officer
visited Israel last month as a
member of a Parliamentary delega-
tion from Lower Saxony.
The newspaper identified him as
Baron Otto Friedrich von Viernes
and said he spent two weeks in
Israel with the delegation. It also
said that he was responsible for
wartime deportations from Lodz in
occupied Poland.
No comment on the report was
available from Israeli authorities.

50 Minutes From N.Y.C.

CO-ED BOARDING SCHOOL

Grades 9 thru 12

Graduates in Leading Universities

American Jewish Cultural Home Life

Area Code 203-325-2231

Daniel Trotzky, Director

Leading Families of Detroit Select The Roosevelt School

Elegant
With the ROYAL Fit
BAR MITZVAH
SUITS

IRV

TELL DAD . . .
WE CAN FIT HIM TOO!!

SOL

PRINCETON SHOP

7 Mile at Evergreen—Acres of Free

Charge Accounts Invited

KE 3-4310

For Men
& Boys
6 to 60

Parking

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan