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April 14, 1978 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-14

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Bar-Ilan Rehabilitation Unit
Opens Facility in Tel Aviv

RAMAT-GAN — The re-
habilitation workshop
center conducted by the De-
partment of Psychology at
Bar-Ilan University has re-
cently opened new premises
in the Montefiore Quarter of
Tel Aviv.
The center provides shel-
tered and supervised work
conditions for brain-injured
war veterans and is con-
ducted in conjunction with
the Ministry of Defense. Its
location in this neighbor-
hood of garages and work-
shops helps to give the army
men a feeling of going to
work rather than to a clinic.
The project has been in
operation since 1973 and its
successful results prompted
the move to a new and
better-equipped building.
According to Dr. Solly
Katz of Bar-Ilan, the work-
shop provides a work com-
ponent and a social compo-
At the same time, the re-

search project related to the
center evaluates methods
for improving the physical,
mental, social, family and
community functioning of
the disabled.
The work supplied is sub-
contracted from factories. It
is selected to develop hand-
eye coordination, and in-
cludes the assembling of
component parts — plugs
and fixtures.
A three-member wages
committee awards points to
each worker according to
the quality and quantity of
his daily work, and in line
with the degree of his disa-
bility. On this basis the in-
dividual receives payment,
and is also exposed to the
principle of motivation and
to incentive pressures.
The workshop programs
include speech therapy,
physiotherapy, psychologi-
cal services and basic edu-

'California Suite' Stars Cast

fore moving on to Broad-
(Copyright 1978. JTA. Inc - )
In the stage production,
"California Suite," a film the characters in the vari-
version of the Neil Simon ous playlets were portrayed
play, late in March went be- by one group of performers;
fore the cameras in Hol- on the screen the cast is con-
lywood with Walter siderably enlarged because
Matthau, Alan Alda, there is no doubling up of
Michael Caine, Elaine May, the participants in the
Jane Fonda, Maggie Smith, merry quartet of comedies.
The entire film is being
Bill Cosby and Richard
Pryor. This marks the third photographed in the Los
collaboration of author Angeles area utilizing
Simon with director Her- several sound stages at
bert Ross and producer Ray the Burbank Studios plus
Stark who previously the Colustibia Ranch and
worked with him on "The various Hollywood and
Sunshine Boys" and "The Beverly Hills locations.
Goodbye Girl." In the meantime, Neil
"California Suite" is Simon has been honored by
made up by four separate the Los Angeles Drama Cri-
stories, all backgrounded by tics Circle with the Distin-
a luxurious set of rooms in guished Playwriting Award
the Beverly Hills Hotel; it for the somewhat biog- .
has been adapted for the sc- raphical drama, "Chapter
reen by Simon himself from Two," which also is being
the 1975 stage success that brought to the screen by
premiered at the Los Columbia after completion
Angeles Music Center be- of "California Suite. "


Irma Lindheim, Ex-Hadassah Head

Levy Lindheim, who suc-
ceeded Henrietta Szold to
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Mrs. Lindheim studied at
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nent Zionist leader in the
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Mrs. Lindheim sold her 22-
room home in Glen Cove,
Long Island, and with her
five children settled at
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She wrote two books,
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"Immortal Adventure" and
"Parallel Quest: A Search of
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She retained her ships to enable American
American citizenship youths to study in Israel,
and divided her time be- and raised funds for
ween Israel and the U.S. numerous recreation,
She helped organize the health and educational
League for Labor Pales- projects.
tine and was an early
Mrs. Lindheim was the
member of Histadrut. former president of the
She helped create fellow- Seventh District of the
Zionist Organization of
Robert Gordon, America and a national vice
president, a member of the

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Irving Rosenberg

Irving Rosenberg, former
owner of Holland Hardware
in Berkley, died April 7 at
age 57.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Rosenberg was the presi-
dent of the Berkley Rotary
Club from 1973 to 1974 and
a member of the Retail
Hardware Association and
the Downtown-Fox Lodge of
Bnai Brith. He resided at
27100 Harvard, Southfield.
He leaves his wife, Lil-
lian; a son, Dr. David, two
daughters, Sherry and
Carolyn; his mother, Mrs.
Morris (Ethel) Rosenberg; a
brother, Oscar; a sister,
Mrs. Irving (Lillian) Fink;
and one grandson.

William B. Kozin,
Kosher Caterer

William B Kozin, long-
time caterer for Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses, died
April 8 at age 67.
Born in Russia, Mr. Kozin
lived 32 years in Detroit. He
was a kosher caterer since
1948 and catered for the
synagogue since 1967. He
was a member of Cong. Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses and
the International Order of
- Odd Fellows.
He is survived by his wife,
Virginia; a son, Dr. Frank; a
daughter, Mrs. Phyllis
Weiner; a brother, Louis;
two sisters, Mrs. William
(Esther) Weisserman and
Mrs. Benjamin (Bertha)
Lapin of Chicago, Ill.; and
eight grandchildren.

Yosef Barzilai Jailed by Soviets

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Yosef 1934 he was arrested in one
Berger Barzilai, the founder of Stalin's purges and sen-
of the Palestine Communist tenced to death. Later his
Party in the 1920s, who death sentence was com-
later became an ardent muted and he was rehabili-
anti-Communist and a de- tated. Nevertheless, he
voted Jewish believer dur- served 21 years in Siberian
ing his 21 years in Soviet
prison, died in Israel March
30 at age 74.
During his prison years
During the 1920s, Mr. he began to practice tradi-
Berger was expelled by the tional Judaism. In 1956 he
British Mandatory au- was released and permitted
thorities after he founded to go to Poland from where
the Communist Party. He he returned to Israel. Since
went to the Soviet Union his return to Israel in the
and was appointed secret- late 1950s he served as an
ary of the Mideast Commit- expert on Sovietology at
tee of the Comintern. But in Bar-Ilan University.

Barbara Janeway

Barbara R. Janeway, a
kindergarten teacher at the
Jefferson Elementary
School in Ferndale, died
April 8 at age 48.
Born in New York, Mrs.
Janeway lived 19 years in
Detroit. She was associated
with the Ferndale Public
School System for the past
12 years. Mrs. Janeway was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan in 1948.
She was a member of Tem-
ple Beth El. She resided at
13316 Ludlow, Huntington
She leaves her husband,
Cornell; a son, David; a
daughter, Mrs. Jeff (Karen)
Ware of Philadelphia, Pa.;
her father, Sol Brenner; and
a brother, Stanley Brenner
of Green Bay, Wis.

actions commission of the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion, founder of Progressive
Palestine Projects in 1947,
and was chairman of Keren
Hayesod in 1939. She also is
an honorary member of the
Zionist Executive.
Mrs. Lindheim was re-
lated to the Guggenheim
family, noted for their
philanthropic endeavors.


BERKELEY, Calif. —
Robert Aaron Gordon, an
economist and an interna-
tional authority on business
cycles and manpower pol-
icy, died April 7 at age 69.
Dr. Gordon, a professor
emeritus at the University
of California at Berkeley,
had been consultant to the
President's Council of
Economic Advisers under
Presidents Eisenhower,
Kennedy and Johnson. In
1975 he was the president of
the American Economic As-
Among his survivors is a
brother, Irving of Detroit.

Martin Feldstein,
Retired Surgeon

Dr. Martin Z. Feldstein, a
retired physician and sur-
geon, died April 8 at age 77.
Born in Lithuania, Dr.
Feldstein lived 70 years in
Detroit. He was graduated
in 1928 from the University
of Michigan Medical School.
He was a member of the
American Medical Associa-
tion, Michigan and Wayne
County Medical Societies.
He served as a major in the
U.S. Army during World
War H.
Dr. Feldstein, who re-
sided at 16500 North Park
Dr., Southfield, leaves his
wife, Ruth; and nieces and

C. Landstone,
Theater Figure

Charles Landstone, a lead-
ing figure in the London
theater, died recently at age
87. The son of Austrian
Jewish parents who settled
in England when he was a
child, Mr. Landstone
worked on the London stage
for 40 years as manager,
dramatist and critic. For
many years Ire was the
drama critic of the London
Jewish Chronicle.




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