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October 17, 1969 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-10-17

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30—Friday, October 17, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Hebrew 1. - '
Fellowship for Library Service

Hebrew University Rector Prof. Jacob Katz presents Charles
Feinberg with the scroll of his honorary fellowship. To the right is
Mrs. Feinberg.
• • •
JERUSALEM—The Hebrew Uni- printed in Venice in 1479 and an
versity of Jerusalem on Oct. 7 edition of Augustin's "Civitate
conferred an honorary fellowship Dei," printed in Basle in 1489. The
on Charles Feinberg of Detroit. collection also includes many rare
chairman of the Library Advisory items of 17th, 18th and 19th cen-
Council of the American Friends tury books.
Feinberg, who was presented
of the Hebrew University and re- ,
with a special album depicting
nowned collector and lecturer on
aspects
of the gifts he has made
Robert Frost and Walt Whitman.
to the library, replied that he
At a ceremony held in the Jew-
felt privileged to know that a
ish National and University Li-
part of himself and his life, as
brary. the rector of the university,
expressed in his love for books,
Prof. Jacob Katz. described Fein-
existed and would go on existing
berg as one of the library's and
and growing in Jerusalem at the
the university's most valuable
Hebrew University and the Jew-
friends. "He is a man who ad-
ish
National and University
mirably synthesizes in his life and
Library.
actions the best elements of both
The exhibition, "Aspects of the
Jewish and American culture."
Contribution of Charles E. Fein-
Katz said.
Dr. Israel Adler, newly appoint- berg to the Jewish National and
ed director of the Jewish National University Library," will be open
and University Library. speaking for one month. The event climaxed
at an exhibition of some of Fein- a week of cultural activities in
berg's gifts to the library in honor Jerusalem. during which Feinberg
of his 70th birthday, recalled 20 appeared as one of the key figures.
years of association which had ex- on Sept. 30, he lectured at the
isted between Feinberg and the li- 'city's U.S. Cultural Center on "A
Friend's View of Robert Frost."
brary. -
Earlier that day, he attended a
In 1949, when the library was ceremony of the JNUL to bid fare-
trying to re-estahlish itself follow- well to its outgoing director, Dr.
ing the loss of th. Moont Scopus Issachar Joel.
campus, Feinhor" nresented it
with two valuable first editions of
the works of W"lt Whitman.
The gift, said nr Adler. was a
gesture of faith in the university's
ability to maintain the highest
standards of snholatshin even in
the face of adversity. Feioborg
D. P. BROTHER AND CO. has
has built up a valuable Whitman been appointed advertising and
collection and has laid th" basis public relations agency for the
for collections of the works of Metropolitan Detroit Oldsmobile
Robert Frost an' Robert I ',well. Dealers Association, Inc., it has
He has presentnd valuable gifts rf been announced by Harold Speng-
incunabula and irimerous rare ler. association president. D. P.
books, such as Jnosr.n's "Vulg.ate " Brother is national agency for
Oldsmobile Division and also serves
u Sootliubt as the agency for dealer groups in
Elazar to Trn
Philadelphia and San Diego.
• • •
on Jerusalem at ZOD
G O L D F AR B-KORELITZ AD-
lIeetine; Public Invited VERTISING, INC. is celebrating
Dr. Sidney Z. Leib, membership its second anniversary by doubling
chairman of the Zionist Organiza- its space and tripling its staff.
tion of Detroit. will present a pro- The new address is 24333 South-
gram by Albert Elazar, superin- field. in Southfield, 48075, telephone
tendent of the United Hebrew 357-1100.
Schools. on "Spotlight on t h c
Changing Face of Jerusalem." 8 . 30 New Jersey Federation
p.m. Thursday at the Zionist cul
Distributes 3,000 Calendars
tural center.
CAMDEN, N.J. (JTA)—The Jew-
Elazar recently spent six months ish Federation of Camden County
in Israel. While there, he met with reported it had completed distri-
educators and political leaders on bution of more than 3,000 school
all levels, and attended confer. calendars, listing the religious
ences on education and world of holidays of the major faiths, to
fairs. Elazar will illustrate his the 40 school districts of the county
talk with slides. Refreshments will and adjacent districts in Burling-
be served. The public is invited. ton county. The Cherry Hill lodge
For information, contact the ZOD of Bnai Brith cooperated in the
office. 353-3636.
distribution.

Business
Brevities

Men's Clubs

I

BETH SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will join the sisterhood for a pro-
gram 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
social hall. Guest speaker will be
Philip Slornovitz, editor and pub-
lisher of The Jewish News, who
will speak on "An Activist News-
paperman Reminisces." Friends
are invited, and refreshments will
be served.
• • •
ROSENWALD POST American
Legion, will join the auxiliary 8
p.m. Wednesday at Workmen's Cir-
cle Center to congratulate Past
Commander Joseph Shapiro, who
will celebrate his 79th birthday
Oct. 25. Shapiro has been active
in veterans organizations for al-
most 40 years and has rendered
many community services. He has
been a public relations officer for
many years of Rosenwald Post,
the only American Legion Post in
Michigan comprised of veterans of
the Jewish faith.
• • •
BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
will meet 8:30 p.m. Monday in the
social hall. The film "History of
the Jews of Michigan," produced
by the Jewish Historical Society
of Michigan, will be shown, and
Dr. Irving I. Edgar, president of
the society. will narrate. The
men's club will inaugerate its sea-
1 son of breakfast forum programs
10 a.m. Nov. 23 with A. L. Zwerd-
' ling, president of the Detroit Board
of Education, speaking on "Decer.-
tratization: What's Happening in
Detroit". For information, call the
synagogue office, UN. 1-6696.
• • •

TAU EPSILON RHO, Detroit
Graduate Chapter, will hear Prof.
Boaz Siegel of the Wayne State
University Law School at a din-
ner meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Northwood Inn.
• • •
ADAS SHALOM MEN'S CLUB
will hold its first breakfast pro-
gram of the year for members
following the 8:30 services Sunday
morning. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
will speak on "Israel—Security
Amidst Danger—Glimpses of Israeli
Today." Emanuel Feinberg is
president.
• • •
AESCULAPIAN PHARMACEU-
TICAL ASSOCIATION will be as-
sisted by the ladies' auxiliary in
the arrangements for the 43rd
charity dinner-dance Nov. 5 at the
Raleigh House. A cocktail hour
will precede the 7:30 p.m. event
for all druggists, .their suppliers
and friends. For reservations, call
Aaron Karp. 759-2871, or Mrs. Sam
Kaplan, UN. 4-0183.

JWV Activities

A Halloween costume party will
be held for a group of muscular
dystrophy children and their fami-
lies at the Jewish War Veterans
headquarters Oct. 26, under t h e
chairmanship of Ann Rubin and
Frieda Horowitz. Anyone interest-
ed in assisting may call Mrs.
Rubin, KE 5-4031, or Mrs. Horo-
witz, 272-1023.
• • •
OAK PARK POST announces a
double American flag presentation
ceremony at the next Oak Park
City Council meeting 7:30 p.m.
Monday. One flag will be pre-
sented to City Manager Donald F.
McIntyre for the city's outdoor
flagpole. Another will be presented
to Judge Marvin Frankel for his
office. Maurice Noble, post Amer-

I

icanism officer, will be in charge
of the ceremonies. All members
of the Jewish War Veterans and
, auxiliaries are invited to attend
and wear their service caps.
• • •
SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY will hold
a social evening, in the form of a
games party, 8 p.m. Monday at
the Jewish War Veterans head-
quarters. Guests are invited.

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Histadrut to Name
Officers on Sunday

Representatives of Detroit or-
ganizations which traditionally sup-
port the Israel Histadrut Cam-
paign will assemble at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday at the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute to hear Harry Schumer,
chairman of the nominations com-
mittee, present a slate of officers,
division chairmen and members of
the campaign council for
70 Detroit Histadrut Campaign.
Al Michaels. director of the De-
troit campaign, will present a re-
port highlighting aspects of last
year's successful drive.
Morris Lieberman. chairman of
the campaign. issued a statement
in which he pointed to the ever-
changing military and political
situation in the Middle East which
could produce another crisis over-
night. "Histadrut must be further
strengthened to reach a state of
preparedness and the Jewish com-
munity in America must continue
to fulfill its share of financial re-
sponsibility," he declared..
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berlin and Mr. and Mrs. Moe Mittel-
A special preview of Histadrut's
dorf were among the 2,000 attending the 20th annual convention of the
National Association for Retarded Children in Bal Harbour, Fla. The new half-hour color documentary
film
starring Alan King. the well-
NARC is a voluntray organization of more than 1.375 affiliated units
known TV personality, will be fea-
working to help the retarded of all ages.
tured
at Sunday's meeting.
Detroit delegates to the recent national convention of Alpha Zeta
For reservations to Sunday's
Omega pharmaceutical fraternity in Pittsburgh were Messrs. and Mes-
dames Eddie Rothenberg. Manny Katzman. Burt Platt, Danny Feber, ' meeting, call the Histadrut office,
UN 4-7094.
Max Millman, Leon Simon, Morry Morton and Nate Pack.

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Service to JWV Merits Bale Award

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"outstanding ser.
vice toward the
betterment of the
Pfc. Joseph Bale
Post Jewish War
Veterans of the
United States of
America," at the
recent member-
ship rally. Pic-
tured with
Schultz (center),
are executive director Irving Yura (left) and Post Commander Max
Snyder. Next meeting of the post, Oct. 28, at Cong. Bnai David, will
feature Bob Talbert, writer fo the Detroit Free Press.

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