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April 18, 1969 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-18

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38—Friday, April 18, 1969,


FOR SALE—Complete golf set. 4 H & B
woods, S signature irons, 1 putter.'
Brand new partitioned bag. Used once.
$110. 255-1133, ask for Mike.


ASSORTED household furnishings for
sale. Great bargains. Sunday 1.4. 22181
Cioverlawn near 9 Mile.

GIRLS dresser with bookcase top. 1
year old, $95. Cellerette $115. 399-4534.


WILL LOAN $250,000.



OLD ENGLISH Sheep dog puppies.
Championship sired. 19 champions in
pedigrees. Call after 5. 358-2394.

Dr. H. A. Paysner
Honored at Party
Given by Patients


Bond Event to Hear Barts;
Mrs. Stenbuck to Be Honored in Pontiac

The Grehter Lansing Committee
for the State of Israel Bonds will
sponsor an Israel 21st anniversary
dinner 6:30 p.m. May 3 at the
Steinhaus Restaurant.
Sidney Rosenberg, general chair-
man of the Israel Bond Commit-
tee, said Jan and Lillian Bart, rec-
ording stars of the Yiddish "Fid-
dler on the Roof," will head the
Bart, a lyric tenor, humorist,

Named Top Researcher
in U-111, Class, Localite
Dr. Harry A. Paysner received
distinct honor last Sunday, when to Do Work in Israel

300 patients surprised him with a
dinner party and the gift of a color
television set.
There were deeply moving
scenes at Warren Chateau, 10-Mile
and Mound, when the gathered ex-
pressed regret that Dr. Paysner
was retiring after 44 years of
active practice.
In the gathering were women
who were delivered by him when
he first commenced his practice of
mediciile- after graduating from ,
Detroit College of Medicine (now
Wayne State University College of
Dr. and Mrs. Paysner will leave
Detroit to make their home in
Miami, Fla., at the end of this
Born in 1912 in White Russia, Dr.
Paysner came here at the age of
15. He endeared himself in his
medical practice by always hav-
ing on hand lollypops which he en-
joyed giving to young and old. His
good humor, his kind words at all
times, his refusal to pressure for
payments, always waiting until his
patients had the means, gave him
the status in the community he


The surprise party was arrang-
ed by Mollie Dresser, his nurse
for 25 years, and several of the
patients. Only two Jewish couples,
close friends of the Paysners, were
in that g^t 6 ,--jrn." of Christians who
paid honor to their physician.

Raymond Weitzman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Weitzman of Cen-
terbrook Rd., Bloomfield Twp.,
was selected by the fellowship
committee of the University of
Michigan as the outstanding medi-
cal student research fellow of the
1968 class.
Weitzman was presented with a
plaque at the annual luncheon of
the Michigan Heart Association by
its president, Dr. Michael C. Kozo-
A junior at the University of
Michigan Medical School, Weitz-
man has been chosen by the selec-
tion committee of the American
Medical Colleges as the recipient
of an international fellowship
awarded by the health services
and mental health administration
of the U.S. Public Health Service.
The award will provide for 11
weeks' participation in a research
training project under the direction
of the Rambam Government Hos-
pital in Haifa, starting Sept. 8.
After completing the program in
Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Weitzman
will travel in Europe for a month
before continuing his studies in
Ann Arbor.
Weitzman is a 1963 cum laude
graduate of Mumford High School
and presently resides with his wife
in Ann Arbor. His mother is the
newly elected president of the Bnai
Brith Women's Council of Detroit.

Israeli Deserters in Face
British Aliya Is Booming of Enemy 'Unheard Of'

LONDON (JTA) — The Jewish
Agency's aliya (immigration) de-
partment is encouraged by the
volume of British immigration to
Israel so far this year. A spokes-
man for the agency told JTA that
350 settlers left for Israel during
the first three months of 1969 com-
pared to 209 during the same peri
od in 1968. He said most of; the
immigrants were between 18 1 and
29 and that 20 per cent are profes-

not been one case of an Israeli
soldier deserting in the face of the
enemy. Shlomo Shamgar, defense
forces judge advocate-general,
said here
He added that neither had there
been any court-martial cases for
non-compliance with military or-
ders. He stated that no death sen-
tence had ever been passed by
Israeli military courts since Jew-
ish statehood in 1948..


Franz Kafka Exhibit Brought to Israel
From Germany Shown at Hebrew U.

JERUSALEM—An exhibition on
Franz Kafka's life and writing,
mainly comprising items which
were brought from West Germany,
has opened at the Jewish National
and University Library of the He-
brew University here.
The section transferred from
Germany contains 160 photo en-
largements and other items de-
picting Kafka's life, while Israeli
friends of the late poet have plac-
ed an additional 60 items at the

disposal of the exhibition.
In the latter category, are
!mks by and on Franz Kafka,
drawings to Kafka-by Israeli-aft-

Mrs. Herman Stenbuck, Pontiac
teacher and communal leader, will
be guest of honor at a testimonial
dinner celebrating Israel's 21st
anniversary 6:45 p.m. May 4 at
Cong. Bnai Israel. Sponsored by

ists Mica Cizik, Yehuda Bacon
and Yost Bergner, and several
hitherto unpublished letters in-
cluding three by Kafka and
three by Max Brod. Also dis-
played is an exercise in the He-
brew language by Kafka.

The Israeli items were added in
order to make the Jewish side of
Kafka more pronounced than it
was in the original exhibition. It
was first prepared by Dr. Klaus
Wagenbach for the . Academy of
Fine Arts in Berlin and later came
under the auspices of the Goethe
Institute in Munich which turned
it- ink; a -di-AM exhibition.

Judge Stern, 90


Bessie Yura, 54, of 18917 Green- Justice Horace Stern of the Penn-
wald, Southfield, a former teacher sylvania Supreme Court died

I After the dinner, Mr. and Mrs. and a leader in Hadassah and
Rosenberg will host a cocktail other circles here, died April 14.
party at their home, 1780 Old Mill,
Mrs. Yura was born in Montreal.
East Lansing. Everyone is invited. She was a remedial reading teach-

raconteur and recording artist,
has been in show business for
more than 30 years. His wife has
joined him in concert through-
out the United States, Canada,
Europe, Australia and Israel.

Since establishment of the state
of Israel, the Barts have visited
the country frequently and have
devoted much time and effort to
the Israel Bond program.
Jack .Rachman is ticket chair-
man; Arnold A. Zumberg is ban-
quet chairman; and Eugene "Bud"
White, publicity chairman. For
dinner reservations, contact Rach-
man. 351-7070.

Bessie Yura, Teacher,
Leader in Hadassah

er with the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion, was a graduate of Wayne
State University, member of
Temple Israel and its sisterhood,
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah, Am-

erican Jewish Congress and Bnai
Surviving are her husband, Sam-
; uel; a son, Mark D.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Emery (Diane) Klein
and Mrs. Danny (Rhoda) Glick-
man of Silver Spring, Md.; two
sisters, Mrs. Stanley (Yetta) Yates
and Mrs. Milton (Ellen) Moss; and
one grandson.

Mary Friedman, 81

Monday at age
Nationally prom-
inent as a jurist,
Judge Stern
played an active
role in Jewish af-
fairs and was
among the most
Philadelphia Jew-
ish personalities.
He took a deep
interest in the ac-
tivities of the
Jewish Publica-
tion Society of
America and held
Judge Stern major offices in

the society for many years.

Mary Friedman, wife of the late Samuel J. Berghoff,

; David S. Friedman, one-time treas- Prominent Printer
' urer of Cong. Shaarey Zedek, died

Samuel J. BerghOff. 66 of 20437
Wednesday at age 81. She was the
sister-in-law of the late Circuit Audrey, well known Detroit printer,
died April 15. , ;
- nurt Judge William Friedman.
Mr. Berghoff Was born in Ro-
A native New Yorker, Mrs .
Friedman lived in the Detroit area mania and was a resident here
50 years. He was the organizer
44 years. She was a member of
Shaarey Zedek for 40 years and of the Great Lakes Council of the
International Pressmen and As-
the North Oakland County Com- belonged to its sisterhood, as well sistants Union No. 2 and served
mittee for the State of Israel . as to Hadassah.
Surviving are nieces and neph- as its vice president and secretary
Bonds, the dinner was announced
of the Great Lakes Council. He
by Arthur W. Kollin, chairman of ews, including Mrs. Maxwell E. was a charter member of Motor
(Ruth) Katzen, Mrs. Jerome (Max-
the Israel Bond committee.
Golf Club, a member of Cong.
Jan and Lillian Bart will sing ine) Solomon and Abner R. Fried- Beth Abraham and a delegate to
excerpts from "Fiddler on the 1 llan, au of ueuolr .
and Allied Printing
Services will be at 12:30 p.m. Trades.
Mrs. Stenbuck. for 32 years a today at Kaufman Chapel, with
Survived b _ y his wife, Thelma;
resident of Pontiac, has devoted burial at Clover Hill Memorial a son, Paul; two brothers, Charles
her efforts to Bnai Israel Sister- Park.
A. and Benjamin, A. of Los An-
hood, Hadassah, Girl Scouts, T
geles; five sisters, Mrs. Sam
dor Schneider, Court t Rose) Levenstein
League of Women Voters and to
of Chicago, Mrs.
; Betty Isovit of California, Mrs.
Clerk and Composer
A graduate of Milwaukee
Mrs. Irving
Isidor R. Schneider, a Common
Teachers College, and former Pleas
(Mary) Fink and Mrs. David
Court clerk for 22 y ears and W.
student at the University of
of the Detroit Red Wings
Michigan and Merrill Palmer, composer
song, died April 11 at age 57.
she has been teacher to dozens fight
Mr. Schneider, 25631 Lincoln
of Pontiac area pre-schoolers, at T errace ,
s an avi d
the Temple Beth Jacob coopera-
The Family of the Late
fan, musician and corn- i
five nursery.
Since personally meeting, in i posed the hockey team's fight song 1
1922, Chaim Weizmann, later first poser. Several years ago, he corn-
Stanley Cup playoff s I
president of the State of Israel,
with grate-
He also
had popular songs and. ,
she has been a staunch supporter hymns
ful appreciation the many
of Israel and will be leaving in
of sym-
if Harriet; j
J uni
.- , to "'Spend the remainingi,, :;4;later, are his we,
pathy extended by rela-

Natalie; a brother,;
years of - rhy life in Israel."
Bernard Toby is co-chairman of -too' and two sisters, Mrs. Yetta

mii2an and Mrs. Jennie Linden-
the- North Oakland committee din
ner, and Leon Sirlin is ticket chair- - paum of Los Angeles.
man. For reservations, call Sirlin, i
Dr. Handlin to Address

AJCongress Group
to Mark Celebration

I Historical Society
; WALTHAM, Mass. — Dr. Oscar

Handlin, 1952 Pulitzer Prize-win-
ner for history, will deliver the

American Jewish Congress' new- keynote address at the 67th annual
est chapter-in-formation, Theodore meeting of the American Jewish
Bikel, will hold a program in Historical Society at Chicago's
honor of Israel's 21st anniversary Sheraton-Chicago Hotel April 25-28.
of statehood 8 p.m. April 27 at the Nine scholarly papers will be
10 Mile branch of the Jewish Cen- presented by nationally-known au-
ter. thors and historians. Also high-
A film, "The Third Decade," lighting the convention will be a
will be presented. and Nilli Dien- tour of historic Jewish Chicago,
gott, a sabra (native Israeli), who and a special exhibition of histor-
is teaching and studying for her ically significant American Jew-
PhD degree in English at Wayne ish manuscripts.
State University, will speak on
Wounded in M.E. Attack
"Israel: Present and Future."
She will be joined for the ques- TUNISIA (ZINS)—The Arab Mid-
tion-answer period by Mordecai die East News Agency announced
Tel-Tsur, head. of the Hebrew de. here that the Cuban chief of staff
partment at the Jewish Center. A was "lightly" wounded during an
social hour, with folk dancing and Arab guerrilla attack in Israel's
refreshments, will follow. There is liberated territory. The report by
a nominal admission charge for Yasir Arafat, chief of the El Fatah,
the program, cosponsored by the fails to identify the Cuban chief of
staff or the area where the action
Center Hebrew department.
Single adults (age 25-40) are in- took place. It is no longer a secret
in Israel that the Arab terrorists
are in close touch with Cuba and
Red China.
Single Adults to Plan

tive and friends during
the family's recent be-

The Family of the Late


Acknowledges the many

kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent be-

Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Schostak -
Acknowledge with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends follow-
ing the recent demise of
their daughter-in-law.


Programs, Hear Talk

Jewish Single Adults (age 25-40)
will hold a planning committee
meeting 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Jewish Center. Those interested in
joining the committee are welcome
to attend.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of Tem-
ple Israel will speak on "Marital
Happiness—a Suggested Formula"
8:30 p.m. April 29 at the Center. A
social hour and refreshments will
For information, call Ralph
Sirotkin, 341-4200, ext. 261.

We wish to thank our
many friends for their
kind expressions of sym-
pathy and comfort upon
the recent loss of our be-
loved husband, father and
grandfather •



The Family of the Late


Acknowledges with grate-
ful appreciation the many
kind expressions 'Of sym-
pathy extended by rela-
tives and friends during
the family's recent

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