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January 20, 1950 • Page Image 7

… for many years the national director of the Bnai Brith- Hillel Foundations. The following will participate in the service: Dr. B. Benediet Glazer, rabbi of Temple Beth El; , Samuel W. Leib, president…

… Sabbath Eve service Jan. , 27, at 8:15, as Dr. Sachar Bnai Brith Sab- bath. - Dr. Abram L. Sachar will be the guest speaker: - Dr. Sachar who is serving as the first President of Brandeis University, was…

… - The lecturer will be Dr. John Dorsey, -chairman of - the de- A former member of the Agu- M. partment of psychiatry, Wayne dath Israel movement in Po- University C011ege of Medicine. land, Rabbi Joseph…

…Temple Beth El to Honor Bnai Brith. At Sabbath Eve Services on Jan. 27 Bnai Brith was introduced in Detroit ' in 1857, when Pisgah Lodge No. 34 was founded. The Organizers of Pisgah Lodge were the…

… same men who founded Temple Beth El, Michigan's first Jewish Congregation, which is now observing its centennial anniversary. ' The founders included Jacob Silberman, Marcus Cohen, Louis Beefy, Herman…

… Freedman, Sam- uel Sykes, Simon Heavenrich, Emmanuel S chlos s, Seligman Schloss; L. Bressler, S. Schwab, A. Hart, Morris Hirschman and Morris C. Fechheimer. Jacob Silberman was the first presi- dent of Beth…

… El, as well as the first president of Pisgah Lodge. To mark this occasion, Tem- Aale Beth El, in •:::association with Greater Detroit Bn : ai Brith Men's , and Wo- men's Councils, has designated t h e…

… reception, . under the aus- pices of the Sisterhood, will be held in the social hall aftetr the services. A souvenir program will be distributed to the wor- shippers. S erviced in OUT OF BUSINESS Bnai…

… David Program Spotlights Education On Friday, Jan. 20, the Bnai David Friday night gathering will present a symposium - on re- ligious. education. Rabbi Eric Greenbaum, direc- tor of the Religious School…

…, will speak on "Religious Education as Reflected in the Bible a n d Talmud". Morris Noble, principal of the United Hebrew School, will speak on "Religious Educa- tion in Europe and in America". Rabbi…

January 20, 1950 • Page Image 17

… Human Adjustment at the University of Michigan; Harold Silver, executive director of Jewish Social Service Bureau, Norm a Silver, secretary of Health Council, Council of Social Agencies, and Mrs. Ira I…

of Education at Wayne University. Her fiance is a senior at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. * * • At a • family dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pelavin announced the engagement of their…

… FDR group of Bnai Brith Girls and has been active on the Wayne Hillel debate team. Chapter 1, ZOD, Meets- To Hear Cantor Adler Cantor Hyman J. Adler, of Cong. Bnai David will be feat- ured at the…

… Betty Pro -Ozer Wins Wayne Oratory Contest Miss Betty Provizer, .20-year- old Wayne University Junior, won first prize in the woman's divis- ion of the university's oratory contest. Speaking at the Art…

… daughter, Ade- line Helen, to Frank M. Loewen- berg, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Loewenberg . of Groton, Mass. Miss Subar is a graduate of Wayne University and has done graduate work at Merrill…

…-Palmer School. Her fiance graduated from Harvard and received his master's degree from the New York School of Social Work (Columbia University). A June wedding is being plan- ned. Detroit League to Hold Open…

…Local, National Figures Address JWF Women's All-Day Institute MRS. S. A. BRAILOVE which will open the program for the all-day affair. Woodrow W. Hunter, assistant director of the Institute for…

…. Son- nenblick, case worker at Jewish Home for Aged, will aid Mrs. Charles Lakoff, chairMan of the session on the aged, in the dis- cussion "Living in the Later Years." In a second seminar, "Are You…

… Institute Monday evening, Jan. 16, on the subject, "Forgotten Children," Betty won over two others in her division who qualified for the final competition. As recipient of a first prize she will represent…

… Wayne at t h e State-wide oratorical contest at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, in March. Betty placed third in last year's contest, when she spoke on Israel. She is the founder and present director of the…

April 20, 1950 • Page Image 7

…CLIFTON AVENUE - CINCINNATI 20, 01110 • Thursday, April 20, 1950 JWV Bulletin The Blood Bank of the Depart- ment of Michigan, through the various posts, is having the mo- bile blood bank at the…

… roast in PEPARATION IS BEING made for the Bnai Brith-BBYO weekend to be held on Friday and Saturday night, April 28 and 29. The members of BBYO and May. • • • Hillel are working hard to pro- AT THE…

Hillel will conduct a very inter- Katz. The Seder was held at the esting Oneg Shabbat. The dance planned for Satur- home of Aleph Don Sarason. Food day night at the Masonic Temple for the occasion was…

… questions" chestra. Tickets for the dance are $1 were asked by Herman Moehlan. • • • per couple to BBYO and Hillel members ONLY. All tickets pur- THE FDR CHAPTER of BBG chased at the door are $2 pet* is…

… married couple. A fashion show on May 31 and mander Dunn to handle press re- sics at Wayne University, will the June 3 "Night of Stars" dance lati ans. make the operation clear through and floor show also…

… Memorial Home from 5 to 10 p.m., May 9. jf not already registered, please call in and leave the names of those who wish to, give blood. Call WE. 3-0846. • • • The Robert Rafelson Auxiliary announces the…

… following new of- ficers: Corrine Oppenheim, pres- ident: Eve Solomon, senior vice- president; Lillian Fenton, junior vice-president; Doris Abromson, recording secretary; Faye Benen- son, corresponding…

… secretary; and Rose Blustein, treasurer. The post and auxiliary meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at the Memorial Home. • • • The following officers were elected by the Lawrence H. Jones…

… Dunn was installed as' the new commander of the Rob- ert Rafelson Post before a joint social meeting of the post and the auxiliary at the Memorial Home. Other officers elected to serve the new term are…

… dinner party at the home of Aleph Godol Gene Cohen. The chapter was so pleased with the results of the dinner they are planning to have other chapter affairs in the near future - starting with a wienee…

April 20, 1951 • Page Image 2

… Hebrew-speaking camp, the first miles from Chelsea. of its kind. in Michigan. It was established by members This camp will serve the mid- of the liabonim in 1937, and has west region, including Akron, been…

…- ing of the Detroit Hapoel Hamiz- rachi. NEW YORK—(Special)—Rabbi The meeting will be held at 9 Jacob E. Segal, of Adas Shalom p.m., Sunday at the Bnai Brith of Detroit, will deliver a sermon Hillel

… Prob- by Shields Dierkes of the WWJ ilems of the Jewish State" will staff. be the subject of a talk by Prof. Samuel M. Levin, head of the economics department at Wayne University, before an open meet…

…American t ewislr Periodical Cede ••111111. ■ Friday, April 20, 1951 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 2 Regional ZOD Named Agent Rabbis to Aid Phillip Stollman Named Head of Mizrachi Bond Campaign…

… Allied Drive of Shoes for Israel Service that the presidents of all syna- The appointment of the Michi- in Israel by the Jerusalem Shoe gan Zionist Region as agent of Corporation Ltd. in association the…

… Wagman-Israeli Service Plan with the General Shoe Corpora- to make shoes' available for peo- tion of Nashville, Tenn. ple in Israel is announced by Mrs. Under present rationing, Isra- Mock E. Wagman…

…, former presi- elis are limited to only one pair dent of the New England region of shoes every year. The Wag- of Hadassash and founder of the man-Israeli plan provides shoes new_ service plan. ration…

… will earn them $13.75. a livelihood and helps Israel be- . The recipient in I4ael may re- come self-sufficient. Donors of shoe gift certificates deem the certificates at all Bata 'Shoe 'stores; of all…

… Pill's, •Tel Aviv.' BROADCASTS TO ISRAEL Included in the offer are chil- Washington—(ISI)—The Voice dren's high and half shoes, wo- of America is now beaming daily men's shoes, men's shoes, and utility…

… shoes for industrial work- broadcasts in Hebrew to Israel. The program is under the direc- ers. The shoes are manufactured tion of Dr. Sidney Glazer. h ow 1.1 I= on VISIT ISRAEL I THIS SUMMER…

April 20, 1951 • Page Image 9

…" will be discussed by Prof. Samuel M. Levin, head of the department of economics at Wayne Univer- sity, when he addresses a group of Hapoel Hamizrachi at 9 p.m., Sunday, at the University's Hillel

Michigan Temple Sisterhoods to Meet In Detroit for Two-Day Conference Dr. Jonah B. Wise, of New York's Central Synagogue, son of Rabbi Isaac M. Wise, found- er of the U.S. Reform Jewish movement…

…, will be guest speaker at the banquet'.,:. . of t h e annual convention of the Michigan State Federa- tion of Temple Sisterhoods, at 7 p.m., April 30, at the Book Cadillac Hotel. The conven- tion will…

… - Glazer of Temple .Beth El; Rabbi Leon Frain of Temple Is- rael; Rabbi Sidney Akselrad, of Temple Beth El; Mrs. Harvey Steadman of L a n s i n g, past president of the Michigan Fed- eration of Sisterhoods…

… MRS. C. C. STRASSBURGER in Michigan, to serve the Mid- Of Israel's Dire Needs president of the Michigan State west Region, including Akron, The increased urgency of Is- Federation of Temple Sister- i…

… proceedings of the day, at which Mrs. Samuel B. Danto, hoods; election and installation of officers; and an address on "Relatives and Relativity" by Mrs. Strassburger. Mrs. Maurice K l e i n, past president of

… the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El, is convention chairman, with Mrs. Daniel Krouse, of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel, as co-chairman. Others who will participate in the convention are Dr. B. Bene- dict…

…; Mrs. Irv- ing Steinman of Pontiac; Mrs. Harry Landsman and Mrs. Wil- liam Greenwald of the Sister- hood of Temple Israel,: Mrs. Lawrence Freedman of the Sis- terhood of Temple Beth El; and Mrs. Manuel…

… Brown of Grand Rapids, past president- of the State Federation of Sisterhoods. Officers of the State Federa- tion of Sisterhoods are: Mrs. Danto, president; Mrs. Marcus Lebster of Flint, Mrs. Harry Krohn…

of Detroit, Mrs. Arthur Siegel of Grand Rapids, vice presidents; Mrs. Nathan Rosen- feld of Jackson, treasurer; Mrs. William Karpf of East Lansing, recording- secretary; Mrs. Sam- uel Blacher of

April 20, 1951 • Page Image 50

…) — Stars of stage and screen are sched- uled to attend the opening of a free servicemen's canteen ded- Passover meals will be served icated to the memory of Jewish at the Wayne University Hillel Foundation…

… Holiday Greetings Angott Distributing Company Established 1932 Michigan Distributors of WURLITZER PHONOGRAPHS 2616 PURITAN Manufacturing Corp. KE. 2-2350 All Sizes Drums, Pails and- Ash Cans for…

…. Armaly Sponge Co., Inc. Producers and Packers of Sponges 6343 E. JEFFERSON LO. 7-5454 Detroit, Michigan Mike Nicoletti, President • …

… presidential report at the conference of the American Council for Judaism at Hotel Drake. Zionism has successfully reached out for the control of philanthropic institutions a_n d other important areas of Jewish…

… activity through failure of non- Zionist elements to recognize Zionism as a movement to "na- tionalize" all Jews including those of the United States, Mr. Rosenwald told the 220 dele- gates. "Only the apathy…

…, the drift, the continued underestimation of Zionism, permits the Israel Government, through its hand- maiden the Zionist Organiza- tion, to make American Jews finance Israel's national policy, dominate…

… our lives, wreck the Joint Distribution Committee, and vitiate our local welfare funds and institutions," the president of the American Council for Judaism stated. Declaring that Zionism's pro- paganda…

… campaigns had been made possible by the merger of the JDC with Zionist. fund-rais- ing organizations, .Mr. Rosen- wald asserted that "through its control of American Jewish philanthropy, Zionism has built a…

… tremendous machine to lobby for Israel." He deplored the ef- forts to represent the Israel cur- rent bond campaign as an ob- ligation of American patriotism. "We are witness today," he continued, "of the…

… spectacle of American Jews being mobilized as salesmen for Israeli bonds. American Jews are being impor- tuned to sponsor this campaign to sell bonds of a foreign state because, according to Henry Morgenthau…

July 20, 1951 • Page Image 4

….1951 Member: American Association of English-Jewish News- papers, Michigan Press Association. Published every Friday by The Jewish . News Publishing Co. 708-10 David Stott Bldg. Detroit 26, Mich.,. W0…

… raged between the schools of Shamrnai and Hillel in regard to the accept- ability of Koheleth, and only after much dis- putation and argument was the book admitted. Koheleth, now the fourth of the five…

… Ec- clesiastes, or Koheleth, that strange chronicle of a sophisticated man's restless soul-searching. De- spite its numerous contradictions and non se- quiturs this provocative work has a universal ap…

… other, a pious belief in the su- premacy of God's will. Let it- not be supposed that Koheleth was welcomed into the Old Testament canon with universal approval and open arms. A protract- ed controversy…

…As the Editor Views the News ... Approach to Unity Soo CLERGYmEN WARN THAT ANTI-SEMITISM is - THE RESPONSIBILITY( OF THE CHRISTIAN 'JORLD AND MUST BE ELIMINATEDL. From Cleveland comes news of

… revolu- tionary action in the field of Jewish com- munity organization. After nearly three years of study and deliberation, the Jewish Welfare Federation and the Jewish Community Council have de- cided to…

…-thirds vote, provides that the new organization "shall perform the functions and have the powers now performed and exercised re- spectively by the Federation and the Coun- cil." All of the functions of both…

… organizations now will be performed under single manage- ment. Not a single project will be eliminated. The democratic idea is to be respected, both in the selection of committees, in the func- tions of the…

… community organization and in the election of officers and board members. The significant steps taken by the Cleve- land Federation and Council to fuse their or- ganizational functions has strong bearing on…

… situations existing in other communities, in- cluding our own. In Detroit, as in Cleveland, the question of merging the two community movements has been a subject for discussion for several The Christian…

July 20, 1951 • Page Image 16

… Treasurer, an As- to the Constitution of the Fed- the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, has been named one of bers-at-large. sociate Treasurer and a Secre- eration. •A committee shall be the Hillel

…Cleveland Federation-Council Unity Plan Abe Kasle Heads U. of 31 .Hillel Memorials and Honors Committee by the President of the Federa- •Secy. of Women's Division, tion and the President of the…

… - (d) Twice the number under shall be a President, three Vice- the Federation and amendments cornerstone of the new Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation Building at -(a) 'are to be elected as mem- Presidents, a…

…. However, such amendments as are re- OSIAS ZWERDLING, president, Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation, Orthodox, Conservative, and Re-. the Secretary need not be a quired by the provisions of this Inc.; Rabbi…

… HERSCHEL LYMON, Hillel director; BEN PAUL form Congregations. Selection member of the Board. The plan.- _Before any such amend- BRASLEY, 'M' Law '06, donor of $50,000 towards the building of the six…

… Relations Associate, " Vat ted at the Federation member- Leonard Goldhammer. ceives a direct financial subsidy All members of the clerical from the Jewish Welfare Feder- ship meeting at which the ation and…

… Council. The present amendments to the Articles of staffs of the Jewish Welfare number of the agencies so to be the Federation and the amended Federation and of the Jewish presented is 14. The agencies are…

… Constitution of the Federation Community Council shall be in- Bellefaire, Bureau of Jewish shall be presented for approval. cluded on the- staff of the new Education, Cleveland Jewish The six members of the Nom…

…- Organization at the time of the Convelescent Home, Federation Mating Committee referred to merger, duties and - continued of Jewish Women's Organiza- above, augmented by three per- services to be determined by…

… the tions, Hebrew Shelter Home, sons named by the President of Executive Director as experience Jewish Children's Bureau, Jew- the Jewish Community Council; dictates. The salaries of all clerical ish…

June 20, 1952 • Page Image 13

… Herschel Lymon, director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Michigan. gave the invocation at the U. of M. commencement last Saturday. Parents visiting the campus for the commencement were taken…

… the late Mr. Levin. The bride-elect attends the University of Michigan. Her fiance is a graduate of D.I.T. College of Pharmacy, where he was affiliated with Alpha Zeta Omega fraternity…

… for a tour of the Hillel Betrothed Bar Mitzvahs Mr. and Mrs. Sol Dann an- nounce the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Martin E , to be observed at the Shaarey Zedek on June 21. • 141 • s Mr. and Mrs…

… "toll, of the town.•' 14433 W. 7 MILE RD. 1 Btk. W. of Jos. Couzens UN. 1-3302 Sarre reduction applies on America's best • • . BAGS • GLOVES • HOSIERY • COSTUME • Accredited by the Michigan

… in Florida since moving from Detroit in 1947. Geraldine Baskin was graduated from the Wayne University college of education on June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grossman and children, Evelyn and Gordon, are…

…Friday, June 20, 1952 Adiviiiei in Society Mrs. Jack Freeman, of Chicago Blvd., has returned from a trip to Washington, D. C.. where she was joined by her son, U Howard Freeman, of Fort Lee, Va…

…. Cecy Schnner has returned from Ann Arbor to spend the sum- mer with her parents, the Abe Schmiers of Sherborne Road. Mrs. Ethel Zellman, who has made her home in Jerusalem for the past 20 years. arrived…

… in the United States June 6 and is now visiting her children. She is staying with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Harrison, 19203 Monica. Walter Winshall, eight-year-old son of Dr. and…

… Mrs. Ted Winshall, Pennington Drive, performed in a recital of piano stu- dents of Frank Murch June 6 in the Detroit Conservatory Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holtzman will sail next week from New York for…

… a tour of Europe and a visit in Israel. Rabbi M. J. Wohlgelernter addressed the Men's Club of Con- gregation Bnai Jacob. Toledo, June 10 on "Jewish Education." The meeting was one in a series held to…

February 20, 1953 • Page Image 14

… Group, NCJW, ginger ale and potato chips by Beth Aaron Young Adults, hot dogs by Bnai Moshe Young People's Club, Toss-O-Luck by Mu Beta Chi and a Hillogram booth by Hillel of Wayne University. For…

… !EST AT akfmtis- 41aner NCJW to Announce Winners Of Essay Contest at Parley Essays from seniors in 175 col- leges and universities have been received by the National Coun- cil of Jewish Women in its…

… many happy occasions for celebration. One of them is here now—Broth- erhood Week for 1953. This is a time for meeting with people who may live differently than! we do - or who may look differ- ently than…

… . . . * * * The Little Girls' Prayers "Of course," Mother said to Mrs. Smith. "We would be happy to have Patty and Jimmy spend the weekend with us while you visit your family upstate. Pack their things and send…

… have to get down on her knees?" Mother smiled. "That is your way of- saying yotir night pray-. ers," she said, "but Jewish peo- ple do not kneel. Suppose you listen to Judy first." And Judy recited. "In…

… the side of the other twin bed, folded her hands, closed her eyes, and prayed, "Now I lay me down to sleep; I pray the Lord my soul to keep . . " When she was finished she climbed into bed. "Do you…

… _really think it was all right to say my kind of prayer here?" she asked timidly. ."Certainly," Mother assured her. "God hears the prayers of all children, ' no matter where they say them, or in what…

…. * * * Scrambled Words Here is a little game. Un- scramble these letters and you will have a list of words to help you remember the importance of Brotherhood Week. 1. Roherbt 2. Nedirf S. Undingsterdan 4. Norbeigh…

… •5. Wood Kreethbrothe * * My First "Assistant" I want you all to know that Lenore Rogovein of Detroit is the first reader to enlist in my "Help Write the Column," cam- paign. Lenore sent a list of five…

… "ingredients" for a made-to-or- der story, which will appear in a few weeks. Thank you, Lenore. How about the rest of you? Boys and girls in cities all over the country are invited, you know, to send in lists of

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 1

… from Israel: Of truth and peace, is the gift of Israeli students affiliated Nolith the Hillel Foundation at the Hebrew University to stu- Maryland, and will be planted on dents at the University a…

… are Dr. Leah Bloch-Frankenthal (left) of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Rabbi Meyer Greenberg, director of the Bnai Hillel Foundation at the University of Maryland, who ranged the presentation…

… :010: Presentation of an Israeli myrtle tree is made by Mrs. Abba Eban, wife of the Israeli Ambassador to the United States, to Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, president of the University of Maryland. Looking on…

…'Who'll give us a Serum against Fear?' Foolish Question Gets Answer It Deserves Commentary, Page 2 THE JEWISH NEWS A Weekly Review Our Youth and Their Jewishness of Jewish Events Editorial…

…, Page 4 Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle • VOLUME-27—No. 11 cikgq;Ii1" . 7 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd.—VE. 8-9364—Detroit 35, May 20, 1955 $4.00 Per Year…

…. Schwartz, ex- ocutive vice chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, as its -vice president and directing head, assumed responsibility Monday for the sale of Israel bonds in the United States and other parts of

… the free world. In accordance with an agreement with the government - of Israel, the Bond sales organization was officially trans- ferred to a newly created agency known as the Development Corporation…

… year. Isidore Sobeloff, executive director of the Jewish Welfare Federation, who has directed all of the eight four-million-plus drives which began in 1948, in an analysis of the 1955 efforts, at Tuesday…

… surpassed by the continuing solicitations by workers who. refuse to call a halt to their. efforts until all prospects have been contacted. Mr. Sobeloff announced that "flying squadrons" of volunteer workers…

… will contact a large number of Detroiters whose . pledges have not as yet been turned in. He said there is hope that the stretching of activities by these volunteers augurs well for ad- ditional…

May 20, 1955 • Page Image 4

…THE JEWIA-I NEWS Fertile Planting Area Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicl e commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Mernber American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press…

of the parents. * * * Our youth may even now be more loyal to its heritage than we realize. Yet the col- lege youth respond only in limited numbers to the appeals of the Hillel Foundations. Our youth…

… good. We have pleaded in these columns on numerous occasions for under- standing of our youth and for recognition of the problems that beset them in an age of universal military service. But fears are…

… second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3. 1879 PHILIP "SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher VOL. XXVII, No. 11 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager FRANK SIMONS…

… City Editor Page Four May 20, 1955 Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sabbath. the twenty-ninth day of lyar, 5 715, the following Scriptural selections ?pill be read in our synagogues: Pentateuchal…

…, Erev Shevuot, 7:37 p.m. Our Youth and Their Jewishness We are approaching the season of grad- uations, consecrations and confirmations and should begin to think again of future plan- ning for our young…

… people, of their place in our community, of their attitudes towards our communal programming. There is justifiable concern over the in-' difference which has marked such attitudes in recent years. We may…

… have been totally blind to reality in believing that only our youth have become indifferent to our com- munal - life when, as a matter of fact, a cal- loused adult - population, whose maturity should…

… have caused many of our people to become more fully - integrated in our com- munity's efforts, is responsible for inactivity that is reflected in the ranks of the young. Nevertheless, it is impossible to…

… absolve youth from responsibility to its Jewish hell- tag-e. * A short time ago, Associate Professor of English Charles I. Glicksberg, of Brooklyn College, in a provocative article, • "College Youth and…

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…. Home For Hillel MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (JTA) Dedication ceremonies for the new home of Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation on the University of Minnesota campus were held 'here, as the culmination of a campaign…

… ganizations to help Israel by from sales in the gift shop. For The Mature Woman' "Age of Opportunity—A Con- ference for the Mature Woman" will be presented by the Uni- versity of Michigan Extension Service…

… anthropologist in the department of psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medi- cine of Yeshiva University, has been named the recipient of the 1955 Socio-Psychological Award of the American Association for…

… spon- manoff; one chevron for 600 sors of the -Hebrew University. hours, Mesdames Adelaide Al- * * * len, John Allen, Arnold Cohen, JUDGE DAVID C. VOKES Leo Goldsmith, William Green- has been elected…

… that began. 1947. Hillel was fiFat establi ied at the University m 1940. VIVIAN GOLDSTEIN Dramatic Readings from the Yiddish Classics DR. DOV BIEGUN National Secretary, Israel Histadrut Campaign…

… SHOSHANA FREEDMAN Concert Soprano PLUS THE WAYNE UNIVERSITY DANCE GROUP IN A SUITE OF ISRAELI DANCES SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR THIS OCCASION ■ 3,0 ADMISSION CHARGE HARRIET BERG—Choreographer NO…

…School Survey To Cover Wide Community . Area David Safran and Mrs. Carl S. Schiller, co-chairmen of the Detroit Study Committee as- sisting Dr. Engelman and his Commission for the Study of Jewish…

… Education in the United States, this week made public a list of schools participating in the Detroit study. They also announced that Herman Fisher has accepted responsibility for the phase of the study…

… dealing with ascer- taining from a large number of community leaders their views regarding Jewish educa- tion. He is recruiting a staff of volunteers. to administer ques- tionnaires to members of the boards…

of dozens of community organizations. Schools participating in the study are Adas Shalom, Ahavas Achim, Beth Aaron, Beth Abraham, Beth El, Bnai David, Bnai Bnai Moshe, Emanu-El, Gemiluth Chasso- dim…

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… Commission and a member of the faculty of the University of Michigan. Bnai Brith also has chartered. districts in Great Britain and Ireland, continental Europe and Israel besides the seven dis- tricts which…

…, Para- guay, Uruguay and Venezuela. The new unit, ',to be knoWn as Bnai Brith District 20, will receive its formal charter from Dr. William Haber, of Ann Arbor, Mich., chairman of the Bnai Brith Hillel

…Van Paassen, Here for Israel Bonds, i Committee of 25 Urges Women to Save Fellow Jews Chosen, for 25th Dr.• Pierre van Paassen, world die Eastern struggles, stated he Balfour Concert famous author, a…

… great Christian would write another dozen to theologian who fought the Nazis, appeared in Detroit on behalf of Israel Bonds, Monday, to ad- dress the Detroit congregational sisterhoods" gathering at -Tem…

…,000 Jewish "wanderers" who have been "robbed of their Iasi pos- sessions and driven out from half a dozen countries," the author stressed the need for refugee aid monies. The majority of the world has been…

… indifferent to the ref- ugees' plight, he observed. World Jewry must come to their rescue, since it is only Jews who will extend effort to save their fellow Jews, he asserted. To strengthen the impact of his…

… plea, the author quoted Hebrew and translated his chosen phrases. "The Jews have always been the people of nierey, rahmanim bni rah 7 manim," he declared. When Moses read out the tab- lets received on…

… Mount Sinai, the Children of Israel replied, "naaseh venhishmah, we will do and we will listen." Tradition says that Jews of all times swear, "we wiH do, naaseh," Van Paassen reminded.- He urged the…

… Jews are yet "the most plausibly available scapegoats when anything goes wrong." He cited as example, King Hussein's- baseless blame of Jews. In his dread of being assassinated by someone from the…

… poverty stricken Jordanian masses, he throws on the Jews the blame for his every diffi- culty, Van Paassen declared. Citing statistics of displaced Jews, the author noted that 120,- 000 Jews from Hungary…

June 20, 1958 • Page Image 4

… Judaism among American Jewish university stu- dents--an indifference that has not been overcome either by the Hillel Foundations Or any similar programs. Such attempts failed in the days of the Student…

… to organized American Jewish life?", Boris Smolar, the editor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, in his last week's weekly column, revealed—on the basis of reports submitted by Hillel Foundation…

… weak backgrounds whence they stem, do not lend themselves to the best desired re- sponses to the Hillel appeals. It becomes necessary, therefore, to begin with the aleph beth of the problem. We must…

… signs which overrule the negative aspects of the pessimism reported by the Hillel directors. The best example of the existence of an optimistic note is the fact that, upon their return to th e ir homes…

… directors—that there is a vast amount of indifference to Jews and Judaism among college students. With the aim for a "good time" upper- most in their minds, according to the reveLilons regarding university

…-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Association Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co., 17100 We9t Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE 8-9364. Subscription S5 a year…

… third day of 7' aMMUZ , 5718, the following Scriptural selections will be read in our synagogues: Pentateuchal portion, Karah, Numbers 16:1-18:32. Prophetical portion, I Samuel 11:14- 12:22. .1! Licht…

… altogether black. If it is true that the students are self-satisfied, coming as they do mostly from upper middle class families; if the lack of knowledge is a result of the fact, as revealed by Mr. Smolar…

June 20, 1958 • Page Image 12

… SLACKS Ward Cleaners' I I 11828 DEXTER I 11342 DEXTER Er ma En En mos NW Young Israel to Install Harry Blitz The boys and girls who are to be the first students at the Hillel Day School of Detroit…

… public school system, and will include ex- pertly qualified teachers of Hebraic-religious studies. Classes of the Hillel Day School will be held daily, Mon- day through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p…

…-presidents; Albert H. ( Michigan) Friedman, treasurer; Irving S. Cane, Al Schwartz and Gus Lew, secretaries. Members of the board are Ru- dolph Kar, retiring president, Milton Duchan, Samuel Sukenic, Theodore Weiss…

… message on "The Next 10 Years in the Life of Israel." The Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Alan Stone will be observed. At 11 a.m. services Saturday, the Bar Mitzvah of Neil Stewart Fox will be observed. CONG. BETH…

… JOSEPH: Sabbath services at 8 p.m., today. At 9 a.m. services Saturday. Rev. Manuel Neiman will preach on "The Ethics of the Fathers." CONG. GEMILUTH CHASSODIM: Sabbath services at 7:30 p.m., today. At 9 a…

… King Saul." The Bar Mitzvah of Lawrence Brickner will be observed. BETH ABRAHAM SYNAGOGUE: Sabbath services at 6:30 p.m., today. At 8:45 a.m. services Saturday, Rabbi Israel I. Halpern will speak on…

… "Controversies for the Sake of Heaven." The Bar Mitzvahs of Paul Lessem and Stephen Daniels will be observed. YOUNG ISRAEL OF NORTHWEST DETROIT: Sabbath services at 7:30 p.m., today-. At 9 a.m. services Saturday…

…, Dr. Leo Y. Goldman will speak on "Mutiny or Revolution." CONG. ,BNAI MOSHE: Sabbath services at 7 p.m., today; at 9 a.m., Saturday. The Bar Mitzvah of Ezra Gurwich will be observed. CONG. AHAVAS ACHIM…

…: Sabbath services at 7:30 p.m., today; at 8:45 ,a.m., Saturday. The Bar Mitzvahs of Stephen Simon and Joel Reisman will be observed. BETH AARON SYNAGOGUE: Sabbath services at 6:30 p.m., today; at 8:45 a…

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… Beta Chi fraternity. Miss Whiteman. The works of several out- Sweet attended the University standing Jewish composers will of Michigan. Plans are being made for a be played, among them Darius Milhaud…

… lodges and 25 chapters. Rabbi Max Kapustin, Direc- tor of Wayne State University Hillel Foundation will be hon- ored at this meeting on com- pleting 10 years of service to students on the Wayne campus…

… 39 Per cent with Michigan Family Plan Under the Michigan Family Prescription Plan, being inaugu- rated this week by Baskin Drug Co., 18910 W. 7 Mile, residents of northwest Detroit and suburban area…

…. Woronoff graduated from ver. Ruth Wachter, lizziel Way- the Wayne State University man. Rosalie Wozgar. Gail and school of business administra- Judy Whiteman a n d Jerry tion, where he was a member of Mu…

…. and Mrs. Jules Sanders, of Huntington Woods, are enter- taining at a brunch this Sunday in celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Shapiro. Out-of

… community is invited to attend. A special feature of the per- formance will he the appearance of a chamber orchestra, under the direction of Sid Levine. The musicians are being provided in cooperation with…

… the Windsor Federation of Musicians, Local 566, through a grant from the Music Performance Trust Fund of the recording industry. Soloists at the concert will include Ruth Pohjola, pianist: Ruth Katzman…

…. singer; Cantor S. Schenker, of Shaar Hashomayim Synagogue; and Lasse Pohjola, violinist. A program of folk songs will be presented on the recorder by a group of people who meet Prescription Savings Up to…

… filled free of charge within- the member- ship period. Under the -plan. only members of the immediate family (the head of the house- hold, his wife and children) can use its privileges. Baskin has seven…

…-day-a-week pick-up and delivery service: weekly for rehearsals and have performed extensively in the Windsor community. MISS BEVERLY SWEET Members of the group are At a recent family dinner. Mr. Annette and Inez…

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… Jews of Michigan resulted Hertz, senior rabbi of the in the publication, in 1955, of Temple. A reception, honoring the award winning book "The Beth El Story—With a His- tory of the Jews in Michigan

… Campaign IRVING I. KATZ years as executive and educa- for the two institutions for Mr. and Mrs. Katz, will be tional director of Cong. Oheb Michigan, will receive a check held in the Franklin Memo- Zedek…

…. Blitz, president of riods: June 29 to July 17 and Young Israel of Northwest, and July 21 to Aug. 13. • Alterations Transportation to the Center Hillel L. Abrams,. a member • Repairing of _ the executive…

… Before 1850," published by Wayne State University Press. He is a board member of the professional division of the Allied Jewish Campaign and chairman of its religious work- ers section, a. charter member…

of the board of advisors of Wayne State University Press, a member of the Kvutzah Iv- rith and a member of many historical societies, educational, cultural, literary and social service organizations…

…. Katz is a graduate of Weit- ern Reserve University and Spencerian Business College in Cleveland, 0. Prior to coming Rabbi Sajowitz, who is chair- to Detroit, he served for nine man- of the Combined…

… participating in attended the University's Harry paign Committee for American the drive committee. Rabbi S. Fischel School for Higher Jew- Reform Judaism, and a mem- Beryl Shemtov is head of the ish Learning. He…

…Temple Israel Services to Celebrate Founder's Day Rabbi William Sajowitz, spiri- tual leader of Temple. Beth El, Flint, Mich., will occupy the pul- pit of Detroit's Temple Israel at sabbath services…

… planned for 8:30 p.m., today. The Bar Mitivah of Donald In the religious school, Purim Stewart Falik will be observed. plays -will be presented Saturday The . Founder's Day service and Sunday in the…

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… Slo- The program is planned by bin, 2974 Collingwood. Al Mesdames Alfred Feiler and Young, a junior at the Uni- Saul Dicken, vice-presidents of versity of Michigan, will lead program, who are assisted…

… problems in need of some kind of residential care, lay and professional welfare leaders see the need for the development of local treatment centers. Hillel Director Hits Materialistic Youth Set Friedman…

… Hair 1 BOULDER, Colo., (JTA)—Dr. Alfred Jospe, of the Hillel Foundations of Bnai Brith, said last week that Jewish college students today have "aban- doned causes for convertibles." Speaking at the…

… dedication of ,.! 1157 DAVID WHITNEY the University of Colorado Hil- BLDG. The man who makes good" lel House, Rabbi Jospe reported ;1553 Woodward WO 1-55581 resolutions should always carry on a recent survey…

University of Detroit this week • marking the 50th anniversary ,of the fraternity's founding. Members took this occasion to announce that the U. of D. chapter will play host to the next national convention of

…• THE DETR OIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, November 20, 1959-26 • Inbal to Perform Saturday Night at Masonic Temple MUMFORD I S MARGALITH OVED, star of the Inbal Dance Theater, is shown as she appears…

… in one of the inspiring sequences of the Israeli group's con- certs. * -SUE KOBEL . Forty-four years ago, the American Field Service was founded. Then, it was an ambu- lance service with the French…

… Africa, and New Zealand. AFS members found daily contact between people of dif- ferent nationalities created in- ternational understanding, re- spect, and affection. With this belief, the AFS, in peacetime…

…. Any family interested in the AFS program should contact Mrs. Jay Pershing, DI 1-3982. Mumford seniors are looking forward to their senior Snow Trip at Echo Valley, Jan. 16 and 17. A highlight of the…

… trip will be the variety show direct- ed by Maxine Bernstein and Gary Stearn, chairmen of the program committee. "Strive for wisdom; it is thy life," has been chosen class motto. Tonight, at 8, on the…

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