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August 11, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-11

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_11 r., _11 rs. _4.-crum Stein Rabbi Sperka to Be I
Weizmann Institute Honors Klutznick Mill Live in Chicago Chaplain at
Nursing Homes
With Chair in Development Biology

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16—Friday, August 11, 1967

NEW YORK—A chair in de‘el- pioneering in this field and in
opmental biology will he estab- cancer research have won him
repute.
lished at the Weizmann Institute of international scientific
Science at Rehmot. in the name Dr. Feldman will attend the
dinner and make a brief ad-
of Philip \l. Klutznick. distinguished

American

dress.

leader and former
U.S. ambassador

The new chair will help advance
to the l'N Econ- studies on the control of the pro-
omic and Social cesses of growth; cell differenti-
Council. it was idiom the mechanism of antibody
announced h y formation ; immunology; and the
e i n- relationship to cancer.
Abraham
berg, president of
Israel Prime Minister Levi Esh-
the American kol, Foreign Minister Abba Eban
Committee for the and Mrs. Golda Meir. former
Weizmann Insti- foreign minister and now head of
tutu of Science.
Mapai have sent messages of con-
A sum of 5250.-
ratolations to the sponsoring
-
000 to estahlish committee,
hailing Klutznick.
The chair is being
h y
subscribed
f r i en d s o f Kl u t z . N. Y. High Court Orders
nick in recogni- Rights Body to Restudy
Lion of three dee-
lutes of puhlic Sabbatarian Complaint
NEW YORK (.ITA) — The New
service to the
United States, the York State Commission on Human
.
Jewish commum Rights was ordered by the State
Klutznick
itv and the state of Israel. and
to honor him on his 00th birthday. Supreme Court to reconsider a
Formal presentation of the chair complaint against the Metropolitan
will take place at a chimer in Life Insurance Company by an Or-

MRS. AVRUM STEIN

Joan Carnick and Avrum Mark

Stein were united in marriage re-
cently in the Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Carnick of
Wildemere Ave. Her husband is

the son of Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Stein of Ward Ave.
The bride chose an Empire.
princess A - line gown of silk or-

ganza. adorned with Swiss embroid-
ered lilies of the valley. The gown
Klutznick's honor on Sept. 10. at thodox Jew who had been refused had a Sabrina neckline, flared
,
Palmer Hou.se. Chicago. Klutz- a job because he had insisted he sleeves, and high back fullness
extending from deep folds. An im-
nick makes his home in Chicago
would have to absent himself ported illusion full-length mantilla
Vice President Hubert IL.
with matching lilies of the valley
from
work
on
the
Jewish
Sabbath.
• llumphrey will be a principal
was worn as the bridal headpiece.

speaker at the dinner.
Adlai Stevenson 111. treasurer

According to the original com-
plaint. Bernard Rubin had in-
formed the commission that.
of the state of Illinois, as chair -
after passing a series of com-
man, leads a committee of notables
pany examinations as a computer
who are sponsoring the dinner to-
programer, he had told his pros-
gether with the Chicago Commit -
tee for the Weizmann Institute of pective employers that, as an
Orthodox Jew, he would not be
Science. Dr. Jonas Salk, director
of the Salk Biological Institute, able to work on the Sabbath and
would have to be excused from
is honorary chairman of the din-
his job earlier than the usual
ner committee. Marshall Bennett.

quitting time on Friday alter-
noons, during the winter months.
He claimed that he was then
turned down for the job on the
grounds that the company could
not accommodate its work sche-
dule to his requirements.

Chicago business leader, is serv -
ing as coordinating chairman.

First incumbent of the Philip
M. Klutznick Chair in Develop-
mental Biology will be Dr.

Michael Feldman, head of the
Weizmann Institute's depart-
ment of cell biology, whose

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The National Jewish Commis-
sion on Law and Public Affairs.

an Orthodox group, took the Ru-

bin complaint to the Human
Rights Commission which twice

refused to entertain it on the
grounds that there was no law to

compel the prospective employer
to honor Rubin's request. Last
month, however, the complaint
was filed with the State Supreme

P° I Court, after the Federal Commis-

sion on Employment Opportunity
had set up new guidelines under
: which commercial firms were re-
. quired to hire an applicant like
I Rubin, unless they could prove
_ that use of such personnel would
' result in substantial harm to the
• firm.
'
Taking the new guidelines into
consideration. State Supreme Court
Justice Jacob Markowitz remand-
ed the case "for further considera-
tion" by the state commission.

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ligious services and comfort to
residents of De-
troit area nursing
homes, the Coun-
cil of Orthodox
Rabbis ha s an-
nounced t h e ap-
poi ntment of
Rabbi Joshua
Sperka as chap-
lain for nursing
homes in the
community.
Rabbi Sperka
' Among t h ose
involved in this effort is the
committee on aging of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
whose co-chairman, Mrs. Tillie
Brandwine, had expressed a formal
request to the Council of Ortho-
dox Rabbis regarding the need
for rabbinical visits to nursing
homes.
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
invites the enquiry and interest
of both of nursing home personnel
and families who have an aged
parent or relative in a home who
feel that such a visit would be of
help. For information, call the
Vaad Horabonim, 342-6260.

Mrs. Lawrence Kepes was ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were
Linda and Barbara Carnick.

Robert Stein, brother of the
bridegroom. served as best man
Ushers were Lawrence Kepes, Ro-
land Philipp, Alan Davis and Ar-
nold Mikon.
After a Florida honeymoon, the
couple will live in Chicago.

Radomer Aid and Ladies Society
will hold an executive board
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center to dis-
cuss a new constitution. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Wolok will be host
and hostess.

Brandeis Gets U.S. Grant
to Study How Elderly Live

WALTHAM — Brandeis Univer-
sity has been awarded a S146.987
grant by the U.S. Public Health
Service to continue a study into –
how the elderly live in the United
States.
The money will support the third
year of the four-year project.
which is being carried out by the
research center of th" University's
Florence Heller Graduate School
for Advanced Studies in Social
Welfare under the direction of Dr.
Kermit K. Schooler, associate pro-
fessor of socia' research and di-
rector of the center.
Dr. Douglas L. Hink, assistant
professor of research, who is work-
ing with Dr. Schooler, said some
4.000 elderly across the country
would be interviewed as to their
attitudes and physical well-being.
The first two years of the pro-
ject, Dr. Hink said, were spent in-
terviewing persons 65 years of age
and older living in public and pri-
vate housing in Massachusetts and
in private housing in Arizona.
Information garnered from the
two-state investigation will be used
to determine how to proceed with
the national sampling, he said.

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' Rabbi M. Robert Syme officiated.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Sheldon
Hassal. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
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