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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-28

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32—Friday, June 28, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arnold Fandman New Head of JFCS;
Six Groups Unite for Israel Bond Fete Report 12 Relocated From Riot Area

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At the United Israel Bond Dinner Dance at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
which resulted in Israel Bond subscriptions totaling $80,000 (with
advance sales at two parlor meetings) (are from left) front row: Mrs.
Leon Popowski, Simon Cieck, Col. Itzhak Yavneh of the Israel Defense
Forces, the guest speaker; Louis Papo, Mrs. Joseph Manela and
David Chicorel; rear row: Leon Halpern, Hugo Iczkovitz, Kune Green-
baum, Fred Ferber, dinner chairman, and Steven Goldin. The affair
was sponsored by Zionist Revisionists, United Jewish Social Club,
Workmen's Circle Branch 227, Radomer Mutual Society, Sephardic
Community of Detroit and Shaarit Haplayta. Ginetta LaBianca was
the guest artist, accompanied by Bella Goldberg. Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals played for the dancing. More than 400 attended the
champagne dinner dance.

Notable Memoirs About Berenson

mark on his life and his later ac-
tivities, and he-- had occasion to
express his sense of horror against
Fascism under which he suffered
in Italy.
He did not relish an affinity for
religion and while he displayed an
interest in Palestine, when he was
there in 1932, he considered him-
self an opponent of Zionism.
Berenson the anti-Fascist en-
countered grave dangers and the
story of his undeviating attitude
towards the reactionaries is inter-
estingly related by Miss Mariano.
Primarily, these memoirs reveal
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the genius of the man who was one
of the world's greatest authorities
on art and at the same time dis-
June 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Shel- played great skill as author, art
don Ceresnie (Laraine Raimi), and book collector.
14221. Kingston, Oak Park, a son,
Finds Study Of Israel
Jeffery.
*
As Regular Subject Lack
June 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Mi-
chael Jeross (Andrea Weisblatt) of In U.S. Jewish Schools
Rensellaer, Oak Park, a son, Mark
NEW YORK (JTA)—A Yeshiva
Hershel.
University associate professor of
*
education says that while the Six-
June 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Law- Day War had a definite impact
rence Allen Edelheit (Audrey on attitudes of teachers and pupils
Kramer), 18409 Hilton, Southfield, in United States Jewish schools to-
a son, Darin Scott.
ward Israel, those attitudes have
* *
not been reflected in the role that
June 16—To Dr. and Mrs. Mil- Israel should play in the schools'
ford Gilbert (Charlotte Viedrah), curricula.
former Detroiters of Encino, Calif.,
Dr. Alvin I. Schiff, chairman of
a daughter, Marcie Jill.
the department of religious educa-
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tion of Yeshiva's Ferkauf Gradu-
June 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ate School of Humanities and So-
Lipman (Marilyn Slomovitz), 20497 cial Sciences, based his conclu-
Warrington, a son, Jonathan Scott. sions on a six-month study of 700
Jewish schools representing 276,-
* *
June 15 — To Dr. and Mrs. 000 pupils—over half of the total
Jerome Kaufman (Suzanne Hel- Jewish school enrollment in the
ler), 23031 Wrexford, Southfield, United States.
"Almost all schools integrate
a daughter, Tracey Lynn.
the study of Israel with other sub-
*
but the Jewish State is
June 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Ken- jects,
taught as a regular subject in
neth Shulak (Eve Guttenberg), only 20 percent of the classes in-
20259 Bentler, a son, Alan Michael. volved in the study. This means
about 43,000 children received
June 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Jeff- formal instruction about Israel
rey M. Leib (Bryna Linden of during the 1967-1968 school year,"
Owosso), 7128 N. Merrybrook, Bir- Dr. Schiff said.
mingham, a son, Lawrence Jay.

For the last 40 years of Bernard
Berenson's life, Nicky Mariano
worked with him, having started
as a very young girl who assisted
both Berenson and his wife Mary.
The memoirs of Miss Mariano, in-
corporated in "Forty Years With
Berenson," published by Knopf,
throw light on all aspects of the
great art historian.
Berenson, stemming from the
Jewish environment which left its

Announcements

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June 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold Lantor (Beverly Goldstein),
24711 Pierce, Southfield, a daugh-
ter, Bonnie Lynn.
* * *
June 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. David
M. Weiner (Sheila Barill) formerly
of Huntington Woods, now of
Redondo Beach, Calif., a daughter,
Jacqueline Rae.

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Exports of $240 Million
to Israel Seen in Britain

LONDON (JTA)—The chairman
of the Israel Committee of the Na-
tional Export Council has predic-
ted that Britain's annual exports
to Israel will reach 100,000,000
pounds sterling ($240,000,000) with-
in two years, the Financial Times
reported from Tel Aviv.
According to Marcus Sieff, the
increase was likely, especially if
current feelers for the purchase
of British ships by Israel bear
fruit. He said more British com-
panies are coming to recognize the
value of the Israeli market and are
ignoring the Arab boycott.
In another business development,
a Japanese company will cooper-
ate with the Dead Sea chemical
works in the construction of a 120-
mile pipeline that would carry
over a half million tons of Dead
Sea brine to Eilat annually for
shipment to Japan's potash indus-
try; . the- Financial. Times; reported.

Arnold Faudman is the newly
elected president of the board of
directors of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service.
Elected at the board meeting
last week, Faud-1
m a n succeeds
Merle Harris. He
is former vice-
president of the
board, chairman
of its personnel
practices com-
mittee and a
member of the
executive com-
mittee.
Other officers
Faudman
elected were
Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine and Her-
bert P. Sillman, vice presidents;
and Joseph Garson, treasurer. Ex-
ecutive committee members elec-
ted were Mrs. Stanley Akers, Mrs.
Jack Baroff, Mrs. Joseph H.
Jackier and Bruce E. Thal. Harris
will serve as a member of the ex-
ecutive committee for the coming
year. Samuel Lerner, director of
JFCS, also serves as secretary.
Joseph Garson, chairman of
the housing relocation commit-
tee, reported on progress
achieved in its efforts to relocate
clients from the riot-torn areas
of Detroit. He noted that 12
clients have been relocated, and
it is anticipated that three more
will be relocated during July.
The agency is searching for ad-
ditional apartments for aged
Jews needing such facilities.
A rent supplement program has
been worked out for those requir-
ing such assistance. A special
grant for this program has been
allocated by the Jewish Communi-
ty Foundation.
A board committee is to be ap-
pointed to consider the extend and
nature of the agency's role in ur-
ban affairs.
Rose Kaplan, casework director,
in a report on child placement fa-
cilities operated by the agency,
said that Sheruth House will be
discontinued as a home for emo-
tionally disturbed adolescent girls.

Parents' Insistence
on College for Unwilling
Youth Hit By Expert

NEW YORK (JTA)—Thousands
of Jewish young people, who have
neither the desire nor aptitude for
advanced study are attending col-
lege because of "irrational fears"
of "status-conscious" parents and
that the lack of a college educa-
tion will create social and profes-
sional stigmas in the children's
adult lives, a Jewish vocational
expert has charged here.
Dr. S. Norman Feingold, direc-

remain in this facility for a lim-
ited period of time until long-range
plans can be worked out as to the
child's placement needs.
The agency also places children
at Bellefaire, in Cleveland, which
is a resident treatment facility
for emotionally disturbed boys and
girls, and "The Orchards", which
is under the sponsorship of the
Detroit Section, National Council
of Jewish Women.
Arrangements have been worked
out for the agency to provide in-
take service for the Orchards. All
applications for processing of
Jewish boys, age 8-12, in need of
placement at . the Orchards are be-
ing handled by the JFCS.
The agency is also prepared to
do a diagnostic evaluation of all
Jewish children in need of place-
ment in foster homes or residen-
tial facilities. Applications can be
directed to Miss Kaplan, DI
1 - 5959.
Children with emotional prob-
lems, involving parent-child diffi-
culties, school maladjustments and
personality difficulties in child-
hood and adolescence are assisted
by the agency on an out-patient
basis. Both parents and children
MISS ELLEN STEIN
are seen for treatment. At the
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein of present time, there are 142 cases
Jackson Heights, L.I., announce I involving children and adolescents
the engagement of their daughter I actively being seen at the JFCS on
Ellen Paula to Edward Victor Pol- an out-patient basis.
lack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Pollack of Charlton Sq., Southfield.
Miss Stein is a graduate of the
University of Bridgeport college of
education. Her fiance attended
Eastern Michigan University and
is now a student at Wayne State
University.
An Aug. 10 wedding in New
York City is planned:

It also was decided to close the
Mina E. Borgman House on Bir-
wood and to use the Sheruth House
facility as a receiving home for
children in need of temporary care
and observation. Such children will

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ice said also that such Jewish

parents must be educated not to
push such children toward careers
requiring college degrees.
Speaking at the annual meet-
ing of the Vocational Service's
professional staff, Dr. Feingold
said that one result was that the
Jewish community "may have
many unhappy third-rate phar-
macists and engineers instead
of productive first-rate carpen-
ters or salesmen.
Dr. Feingold said that the tradi-
tional reverence for scholarship
was one motivating factor among
parents but added that "there are
too many instances where a Jewish
youngster, showing no desire or
aptitude for advanced study, is
made to attend college — any col-
lege — because his parents be-
lieve he will not be fully accepted
by •his Jewish peers without a col-
lege diploma."

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