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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Yeshiva U. Center Aids Handicapped

NEW YORK — New cur-
riculums in social adapta-
tion for the severely and
moderately handicapped,
and for mildly retarded jun-
ior high and high school
level students are now being
developed at the Curriculum
Research and Development
Center in Mental Retarda-

Bar Mitzva
at the Wall

tion at Yeshiva University,
vchich has already published
elementary and interme-
diate level curriculums.
The center, now in its
10th year, attempts to com-
bine research and curricu-
lum development to create
teaching materials, called
the Social Learning Curric-
ulum, for use in special
classes, regular classes, and
tutorial settings to equip
the special student with the
skills and knowledge of so-
cial adaptation needed in ev-
eryday situations.

Fired Worker
Wins Compensation

Jews from all over the
world make special pilgri-
mages to Jerusalem to ce-
lebrate their sons' Bar
Mitzvas at the holiest of
Jewish sites, the Western
Wall.

I

Monument
Unveilings

Unveiling announcements
may be inserted by mail or by
calling The Jewish News of-
fice, 17515 W. Nine Mile Rd.,
Southfield, Mich. 48075,
424-8833. Written announce-
ments must be accompanied
by the name and address of
the person making the inser-
tion. There is a standing
charge of $4.50 for an unveil-
ing notice, measuring an inch
in depth, and $8.50 for a notice
two inches deep with a black
border.

The family of the late
Max Rosner announces the
unveiling of a monument in
his memory 12 noon Sun-
day, Nov. 30, at Oakview Ce-
metery. Rabbi Lehrman
will officiate. Relatives and
friends . are asked to attend.

CARD OF THANKS

The family of the late
Sidney M. Zalenko ac-
knowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind
expressions of sympathy
extended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.
The family of the late'
David Lichtenstein ac-
knowledges with grateful
appreciation the many kind
',ressions of sympathy
_ c.ended by relatives and
friends during the family's
recent bereavement.

The Family
of the Late

JOSEPH
MORRISON

Acknowledges with
grateful appreciation
the many kind expres-
sions of sympathy ex-
tended by relatives
and friends during the
family's recent be-
reavement.

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
New York State Division of
Human Rights ordered a
baggage-handling firm at
Kennedy International Air-
port to pay $6,000 to a disr
missed Jewish employe who
had charged the firm with
job discrimination against
him because of his religious
beliefs.
Lawrence M. Ginsberg,
26, of Brooklyn, an electri-
cian, had accused Malcon,
Inc. of Armonk, N.Y.; Peter
R. Itialwenda, its president;
and Ahchony P. Dalia, oper-
ations manager, of denying
him equal opportunity 'to
practice Orthodox Judaism
and observe his Sabbath, in
violation of the state human
rights law.

New Settlements
Slated for Golan?

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Reports leaked out from
government circles that the
establishment of four new
settlements on the Golan
Heights was being cont( :n-
plated. The issue, it is un-
derstood, came up at the
Cabinet meeting, but no full
discussion was held and no
decision taken. Tourism
Minister Moshe Kol- of the
Independent Liberal Party,
usually a dove, favored the
four settlements, and it was
understood that he raised
the issue in the Cabinet. He
is said to have argued that a
decision on the settlements
would be the appropriate
reaction to the Ramat Mag-
shimim attack.

Memoriaml

In loving memory of my
dear brother Jack Levit-
sky. Always in our hearts,
will never be forgotten.
Fortgang family.

In Loving Memory
of Our Beloved

DORTHY
COHEN

It has been one year
since you said good-
bye. We still love you
and remember you in
our hearts forever.
Sadly missed by hus-
band, Louis; daugh-
ters, Sharon and
Paula; mother, Anna;
grandson, David; and
brothers, Aaron and
Fred.

British Chief Rabbi
Will Visit Russia

LONDON — The Chief
Rabbi of the British Com-
monwealth, Dr. Immanuel
Jakobovits, will visit the
Soviet Union. This is the
first time that a Chief Rabbi
of Jewish communities of
the non-Communist world
has been invited to the
USSR.
In the official statement
released by the office of the
chief rabbi, it was an-
nounced that "the Chief
Rabbi, Dr. Jakobovits plans
to visit the USSR in re-
sponse to several invitations
he has received. The visit
will last for 10 days and will
take place during Decem-
ber."
It is understood that this
unprecedented visit follows
on prolonged contacts ini-
tiated from the Russian
side. The original invitation
apparently came from the
Moscow Synagogue Con-
gregation. It was also
learned that the Chief Rabbi
only decided to go to Russia
after invitations were re-
ceived from a whole range of
Jewish groups there.

Arab Head Says
`God Cursed Jews

TEL AVIV — Said Nofel,
assistant to the secretary-
general of the Arab League,
published an article in the
November issue of the Cairo
literary monthly Al Hilal
which, based on the Koran
and "Moslem religious
sources," said in part:
The Jews reached the ze-
nith of their degradation,
treachery and hatred of God
and the monothestic faith in
the Arabian peninsula dur-
ing the time of the Prophet
Mohammed.
The Jews' aversion to hu-
mane principles derived
from their desire to main-
tain their rule and influence
among the Arabs.
The article quotes a pas-
sage from the Koran to the
effect that "God cursed the
Jews and he who bears the
curse of Allah may find no
ally."

Alyce Heideman

Alyce Heideman, a
teacher for 36 years, died
Nov. 23 at age 59.
A native Detroiter, Miss
Heideman was a health and
physical education teacher
at the Van Zile Elementary
School in Detroit. She was a
1939 graduate of Wayne
(State) University and
earned a master's degree
there in health and physical
education.
She was a member of the
Detroit Federation of
Teachers and a member of
the Health and Physical
Education Association.
She leaves a brother,
Philip; and three sisters,
Mrs. David (Betty) Bieder-
man, Mrs. Louis (Lillian)
Linovitz and Mrs. Abe
(Tillie) Mendelson.

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November 28, 1975 63

OBITUARIES

RUTH BLUMLO died
Nov. 25. She leaves a son,
David; two daughters, Mrs.
George (Rhea) Tann, and
Mrs. Fred (Dorothy) Nolish;
a sister, Mrs. Isadore
(Jenny) Pomerantz of Cali-
fornia; 18 grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
* * *
HERMAN FERENCZ,
19100 W. Seven Mile, died
Nov. 20. Survived by a
nephew, Mike Preisler.
* * *
HELEN F. GOLDMAN,
23011 Kipling, Oak Park,
died Nov. 24. Survived by
her husband, Isadore; a son,
Dr. David S. of Tucson,
Ariz.; a brother, Norman
Palmer; three sisters, Mrs.
Sam (Esther) Bicoll of
Amarillo, Texas; Mrs. Vic-
tor (Mayme) Lawson and
Mrs. William (Pauline) Ro-
sen of Columbus, Ohio.
* * *
DAVID W. KATZ, for-
mer Detroiter of North
Miami, Fla., died Nov. 25.
Survived by his wife, Mary;
two daughters, Mrs. Lawr-
ence (Sally) Freed and Mrs.
William (Sandra) Nelson,
both of Oak Park; a brother,
Louis of Farmington Hills;
a sister, Mrs. David (Celia)
Engler of Oak Park; and
seven grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.
* * *
MAX LETT, 24730 Gard-
ner, Oak Park, died Nov. 21.
Survived by his wife, Goldie;
a son, Marshall; a daughter,

Margot Klausne,r,
Israel Film Pioneer

HERZLIYA, Israel —
Margot Klausner, pioneer of
the Israel film industry and
founder of the Herzliya
Film Studios, died Nov. 12
at age 70.
Miss Klausner wrote
plays and novels and was
the president of the Para-
psychological Society in Is-
rael. Together with her late
husband Yehoshua Bran-
statter, she managed the
Habima Theater between
1928 and 1936. She later es-
tablished the Moadim play
publishing and literary
agent house.
In 1949 she established
the Herzliya Film Studios.
Besides a son, actor Amos
Mokadi, and a daughter,
Miss Klausner leaves a
cousin, Fred Ettinger of
Detroit.

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Mrs. Milton (Harriet)
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brothers, Saul Levine and
Bernard Levine; and four
grandchildren.
* * *
PHILIP LEVERE, 8608
Archdale, died Nov. 24. Sur-
vived by a son, Lester; a
daughter, Mrs. Gary (Na-
deen) Cowan; a brother,
Max of Belleville, Ont.; a sis-
ter, Pearl; and two grand-
children.
* * *
IDA S. LUBY died Nov.
23. She leaves her husband,
Albert; two sons, Dr. Elliot
and Dr. Robert; a daughter,
Mrs. Morton (Mildred)
Lewis; a brother, David
Zussman; three sisters, Mrs.
Jules (Faye) Wolfson, Betty
Zussman and Bernice Zuss-
man, all of St. Petersburg,
Fla.; nine grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
* * *
SAMUEL PRIESONT,
former Detroiter of Ari-
zona, died Nov. 22. He leaves
a daughter, Mrs. Martin
(Celia) Cowan of
Scottsdale, Ariz.; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandson. Interment
Detroit.
* * *
EVA ROME, 16216 Ox-
ley Rd., Southfield, died
Nov. 22. She leaves two sons,
Dr. Herbert and Dr. Albert
of Danville, Ill.; a daughter,

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* * *
MARJORIE SAN-
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22. She leaves two daugh-
ters, Leslie and Mrs. Seung-
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chelle, N.Y.; and a brother,
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loosa, Ala.
* * *
BETTY SCHWARTZ
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husband, Morris; a son,
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Mrs. Robert (Sandra) Born-
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