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January 21, 1955 • Page Image 7

…'s Tercentenary tons of the League of Jewish the University of Michigan aS Committee announces that all ! Women's Organizations, under *well as at Wayne University. Regarding the Israel vessel women in the…

…; executive officer of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun- ! . of the American Financial and dation at Wayne University, will Development Corporation f o r review Ludwig Lewisohn's book, Israel. "What Is This Jewish…

… community are the leadership of Mrs. Irving Although Mr. Goldstein al- Bat Galim, seized by Egypt, the invited to the city-wide Tercen- Small, are -cooperating with the , ready has started casting for…

…, chief of staff of 1 the United Nations truce super- The script, "A Pair of Silver ordinator, UN. 3-5613. vision organization in Palestine, California Governor Candlesticks;" has been written the matter of

… further disposi- by Mrs. Joshua Sperka and her Reform Jewry To Greet- 44.fflicmt. tion of the ship. Israel circles committee, Mesdames Philip indicated they would not enter B e-r nstein., Goodwin J. Knight…

…, Governor Harry L. Jack- into further discussions about Going to the Bat Galim with Gen. Burns, of California, will take part in son, George M. insisting that Egypt must re- the "Message of Israel" broad…

…- Rubin and lease it. cast, weekly religious program Nathan Speva- kow. Harry heard over the '' ' Goldstein will Seminary Honors Simmer network of the direct the show. 'American Karl Haas is 'Broadcasting…

… musical d i r ec•- Co., on Sunday. Ask the man tor. Gov . Knight who's been there .. . I Mr. Goldstein, will express noted director greetings to your travel agent and actor of H . Goldstein American Jewry I…

… i n anticipation television and radio, has been Elkin Hotel and associated with leading radio •of forthcoming and. television networks. He • ~ I biennial asSem- Travel Bureau - studied with Whitford…

… Kane at - bly of the Union 19437Livernois at lof Ameri - can;,: Outer Dr. Hebrew Congre- DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 7 DI. 1-2717 gations which Gov. Knight Friday, January 21, 1955 will take place in Los Angeles…

January 28, 1955 • Page Image 3

… Detroit and Michigan. JWF and Wayne University have both 'of-1 fered their facilities to house the collection of Jewish archives. Leon Wayburn, chairman of the public relations committee commended the…

….M. Bldg. TR. 5 - 9700 local actor, is directing the pag- eant. Henny Littman, commander of the Michigan Department of the Jewish War Veterans and chair- man of the Tercentenary mili- tary committee…

… successful sponsoring here of the Tercentenary Sabbath, the din- ner that was addressed by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver and was broadcast by WIATJ, the Public Library book and manuscripts exhibition, the Book Fair…

…Call.ada, and lived here until 1855 text was prepared by Daniel when he moved to Oberlin, 0. Elazar, of Detroit. Hostesses at the social hour This observance 40 scheduled noted Detroit musician and…

… He died in a hunting accident that followed the meeting Sun- for the month of March). musical director of Temple Is- shortly afterward. day included Mesdames Malka The paintings, which come Gage, Frank…

… Simons, A. Kasten- In responding for the Museum, rael. Harry Goldstein, noted Museum Accorded Tercentenary Honors human job being done in Detroit On behalf of the Tercentenary, and from many quarters…

… opin- ions were ventured that our lo- cal community has served as a model in Terc.entenary planning. Philip Slomovitz, chairman of the local Committee of 300, expressed the sentiments of a majority of

…- centenary, the Allied Jewish • Campaign and every other venture it undertakes." Sunday's program also marked the close of the four and a half month exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum. It was re- ported…

… that over 150,000 people have seen . the exhibition and that 200 groups arranged pro- grams to tour the Museum. Officials of the Museum receiv- ed the thanks of the Committee of 300 for their complete…

… Paulson. Samuel H. Rubiner, dent of the Jewish Welfare Federation, who made • the presentations, announced that more formal recognition would _be forthcoming to the Museum from JWF in the form or a…

January 28, 1955 • Page Image 4

…History in the Making THE JEWISH NEWS Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press…

… people. The chagrin is over the fact that the cultural efforts of the Hillel Foun- dations and other similar educational move- I ments. have not been as successful as we had hoped in attracting large…

… 'University under; ' the LaMed Professorship of Jewish 8tildie's.. • it' good eliole4 activities. provided by Turkey's positive attitude. Angoff's 'The Sun at Noon' …

… second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3, 1879 --- PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher _ VOL. XXVI. No. 21 - SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager Page…

… Four FRANK SIMONS City Editor January 28, 1955 Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sab7;b.th. the sixth. day of Shevat, 5715, the following .Scriptural selections will be read our synagogues…

… Allied Jewish Campaign. Formulas adopted by the pre-campaign budgeting con- ference and the initial pledges of the larger contributors point to the continuation of a• program which has elevated Detroit…

… Jewry to a high position in the field of philan- thropy. A generous response from a group of large givers is proving most heartening to the campaign planners. Even more encouragincr however, is the…

… wholesome attitude adoptal by the budgeting conference held last Sun- day in anticipation of the needs to be faced by our community. Recognizing the necessity of continuing the support we give to the local…

… educational, health-protecting and recreational agencies, the budgeting conference nevertheless took into consideration the obligation to provide „the maximum of available funds for overseas relief and for the…

… rehabilitation of new set- tlers in Israel. An unfortunate decline in income in re- cent years has caused an inevitable reduc- tion in allocations to the United Jewish Ap- peal. It stands to reason that the only…

January 28, 1955 • Page Image 9

… left) shown at entrance to the Kfar Silver Agricultural School in the Negev, a project named in honor of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland. Dr. McGrail made a tour of the Israel project accompanied by…

… As Regional President Max Biber, of Adas Shalom Synagogue, was elected presi- dent of the Michigan Region, United Synagogue of America, at the annual business meeting at Temple of Abraham, Bay City…

…, Sunday. Biber succeeds Dr. Leonard Sidlow, of Shaarey Zedek, who held that position since 1952. Dr. Sidlow was elected honorary president of the Michigan re- gion. Affiliated with the United Synagogue…

… Bar- Ilan University in Israel, it was announced in New York by Dr. Pinkhos Churgin, president- designate of the new University. Dr. Churgin also announced that Mr. Stoll- man will leave for Israel with…

… will remain in Israel about -six weeks, and will report to a special meeting of the university board of trustees when he returns to the United. States. Mr. Stollman succeeds Henry L. Kraushar of New York…

… eriticish of Turkey for its cor- dial relations with Israel is un- justified, because Turkey strives to secure its interests regardless of where its sympathies may lie." The Cairo radio, expressing Egypt…

…'s opposition to the Turk- ish-Iraqi pact, said that Turkey was not fit to be an Arab ally because of her trade links with Israel. The broadcast contained bitter attacks against both Turkey and Israel and warned…

… simi- lar article, written by Nihat Erim, leader of the opposition Republican Party, appeared a few days ago in the same paper. Several other Turkish news- papers, however, carry attacks on American…

… Jewry and Israel alleging that they oppose Turk- ish industrialization in order to leave the industrial leadership of the Middle East to Israel. In this campaign, publications of both political parties…

… to hold high level talks on various financial and eco- nomic problems. An Israel dele- Turkish Press Reassures gation of three top level govern- Israel on Iraq Pact ment officials will leave for An…

February 11, 1955 • Page Image 14

… operations, who re- past-president of SOS. He was turned from Miami with Mr. graduated from the University Stollma,n, participated in the of Michigan and was a DuPont discussion at the executive Fellow at the…

University of Michigan Exten- tion Division. ► Presently. Kasle is vice-presi- dent of the Kasle Steel Corp. He GEMILUTH CHASSODIM is a division chairman of Junior MEN'S CLUB will feature noted Achievement and…

… held a post as a director of Bond sales amounting t a Hillel Foundation. $175,000 were reported here in For the past four years he has January. taught a course on the major theme in philosophy for the…

University of Vir- HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat., 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, to 9 p.m., Friday to 5:30 p.m. committee meeting last week. He ginia where he received his Mas- WE. 3-7093 reported that Israel…

… Parkside Hall, 3119 Fenkell. itor of the Universal Jewish En- Acts to be included on the pro- cyclopedia, will arrive here gram include a ventriloquist and tomorrow for a two-week stay in Burnsie the Birdman…

…Louise Sehostak to Wed )Irwin L. Cohn in March Our Letter Box New Book Deserves Wide Circulation in U.S. MISS LOUISE SCHOSTAK Mr. and Mrs. Nat Schostak, of Ohio Ave., announce the engage- ment of

… their daughter, Louise, to Irwin L. Cohn, son of Mr. and Mss. George D. Cohn, of Indiana Ave. A March Wedding is planned. eir t ir ti Jan. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kirsch (Marguerite Fleischer); of 23450…

… Beverly, Oak Park, Mich., a daughter. Vicki Ellen. * Jan. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Mor- ris Hoff (Sara Dater), of Bir- wood Ave., a son; Mark Robert. * * Jan. 23—to Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth A. Dishell (Judie…

… Schuster), of 18065 Sorrento, a son, Ed- ward Brian. * * Jan. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Alex Zuckerman (Anne- Baker), of Roselawn. Ave. ; a son, Marc Roward. * * Jan. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald N. Sheldon…

… (Eileen Gordon of Washington, D.C.), of 3265 W. Boston, a daughter, Debra Lynn. • * .* Jan. 11—To Rabbi and Mrs. Max Lioshitz (Miriam Lehrman), of Madison, Wis., a daughter, Rochelle Judith. * * Jan. 9—To…

February 18, 1955 • Page Image 14

….' Miss Droste attended Michigan State College, and is now a jun- ior at Wayne U. 308 Fax Bldg. WO. 2-4814 - UN.. 4-4346 Rabbi M. Robert Syme, of De- troit's Temple Israel, and Dr. Irving Levey, Hillel

… Represents APIS o t MSC Events . Charles E. Feinberg represent- ed the American Jewish His- torical Society at the centennial celebration of Michigan State College, in East Lansing, last Saturday. Dove…

… cleri- cal leaders in panel discussions, classroom appearances and per- sonal conferences. Valerie Latt, of Hillel Foundatio:. at Wayne, is one of the student vice-chair- men of the week-long program…

… Gilt-Edge Album By JUDY ANN JACOBS Three freshmen, Allan Calt, Henry Moses and Norman Rot- ter, and sophomore Robert Greenberger are new committee members of the Michigan Union Student office staff…

… be a ticket of admis- sion to a party sponsored by Pioneer Women, to 'be held March 13, in the social hall of Cong. Bnai Moshe. Harriet Berg, assistant direc- tor of the Wayne University Dance Workshop…

…- ment was announced recently by the bride-elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Droste, of Greenlawn Ave. Mr. Sylvan, a senior at Wayne University, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sylvan, of Roslyn Rd…

March 18, 1955 • Page Image 2

… had never been better, and . cribing Mr. Butzel's unique these relations, I might add, remain unchanged as I write this. place in Michigan history. What was one, what is one, to make of all this? Did…

… with appreciation the, part Judge O'Brien played, er at the apparel trades dinner in 1931, in the battle against the proposed Michigan Alien of the mercantile division, at Registration When Theodore…

…. ,Greenstone's interesting Literary Career . . The death of Dr. Julius Hillel Greenstone, distinguished Philadelphia author and rabbi, occurred only a few days • before the publication by the Macmillan Co. of

…-mention. He saluted "this dean of Michigan Jewry as a Volksmensch—as a man of the people." He asked Mr. Butzel's brother, Michigan Supreme Court Justice Henry M. Butzel, and John Dancy of the Urban League to…

… the board of the Ameri- late Fred M. Butzel in numerous can University of Beirut, whence come the most rabid anti- local communal affairs, Monday Zionist and anti-Israeli American officials, recently a…

… Teaching the Jewish Religion, 1915, and several Commentaries on the Books of Numbers and Proverbs. Ordained by the Jewish Theological Seminary, he received his Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania…

…, Institute of International Edu- cation; Dr. Jacob I. Hartstein, dean, Graduate School of Long. Island University, and Dr. Pink- hos Churgin, who is retiring as clean of the Teachers Institute of Yeshiva…

University of New York to• become president of Bar-Dan University. tion, describing Mr. Butzel's contributions to the Jewish community, said "he belonged to the rare spirits who enriched our community with…

…Purely Commentary By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Col. Hoskins' New Role—Weizmann's Impressions of Him `Greatest Citizen Detroit Will Ever See' Thus Community Evaluates Services of Fred M. Butzel, Acclaimed…

… 'Historic Citizen of the Month' at Museum On March 8, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles adminis- (Photo on Page 1) tered the oath of office to Harold B. Hoskins who has been named director of the U. S…

March 18, 1955 • Page Image 10

… thousands to achieve their of pictures of organizations established precedents for out:- leader in the Michigan Hillel dream of leaving Europe to set- and brides which date back standing communal achieve…

… Jewish News currently the president of the United He- became devotedly interested in Jewish survivors, and helped has on file a large number brew Schools, Mr. Kasle has the Hillel Foundation. He is a…

…- ed it generously in the estab- as a kick-off of the division's next two weeks, the pictures participation in the Allied Jew- brew Schools has set new lishment of the Hillel Founda- will be discarded…

… prof- lations officer for the Hebrew sional division in the Allied Jew- ects. He has encouraged phil- University. ish Campaign. Both are mem- anthropic efforts, has always bers of the board of the…

…, Individuals 1i_ Campaign, has been arran .g. - tion at the University of Mic standards which have resulted wishing to pick up pictures ed by Estelle Levin, a divisiori in the doubling of the school gan. He is a…

… Jack Brass, a veteran of Is- rael's War of Independence, will address the Junior Division 7 60 0 0W.17K M A grateful community will cal school system, have earned workers' branch Sunday, at Rainbow Ter…

…- honor Abe Kasle on his 60th for him national recognition as race, 18451 Wy- birthday, today. a man of vision in the direction oming. For two years the general of Jewish affairs. Born and ed- Born in…

… Wohlynia, Russia, chairman of Allied Jewish Cam- ucated in Eng- March 18, 1895, Mr. Kasle came land, Brass di- to this country in 1909 and set- rected the first tled in Monroe, Mich. That Jewish Blitz…

… community then had only five Hostels, whieh Jewish families, but already the cared for chil- impact of his interest in Jewish dren of bombed- affairs was felt there and in out London nearby communities. From…

…. BARBEL (left) and For more than 40 years, he tain in in Haganah's Intelligence Dr. LEO ORECKLIN have been has played an active role in Corps. He is currently public re- selected chairmen of the profes- 1…

March 18, 1955 • Page Image 14

Michigan IllaJinv By JUDY ANN JACOBS One of the most controver- alai issues on campus was "Should the Berlin Philhar- monic Orchestra be permit- ted to lierform on the University of Michigan c a m…

… renounced the goals and aims of the party. Despite the group's protests, and those of the Labor . Youth League, the decision was "Yes." the Berlin Philharmonic will perform. Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation's Stu…

… sity of Michigan last June. She Arrangements for the ball are by. Louise Strayer and Faye is a member of Sigma Delta Tau being made by Louis Weber. SAMEROFF'S Moore, part of which featured sorority…

… admission charge, and all mambo. Catering for all occasions, in York. He is a graduate of Rut- members and friends are invited * * * gers University, and a member to attend. our beautiful banquet hall or…

… p u s?" Pro- tests from the Student Zionist Organization were based on the tact that conductor Herbert von Karajan and manager Gerhard von Westerman were both mem- bers of the Nazi party and have not…

…- dent Government refused to support a boycott, but said it Would recognize the rights of any of its members to do so. Jewish fraternities have an- nounced their list of spring pledges. Phi Sigma Delta…

… pledges are J or d an Burke, Robert Natchke, Robert Liss, Donald Schmerin, Michael Silber, Mer- win Solomon and Donald Ton- kin. Michael Anspach, Lawrence Vlenbogen and Michael Fisher are new members of

… Alpha Ep- silon Pi. N Lambda Phi's will pledge Seymour Dubrinsky, Jack Roth and Gilbert Rose and Ar- nold Zeff of Wyandotte. Myron Nathan, Harold Rossen, Leonard Shlain and Robert Dunsky have pledged Tau…

… Delta Phi. Sigma Alpha Mu pledges are Harold Barron, Sheldon Baum, Sherman Chessler and Barrett Saltman of Flint. Henry Moses, Roger Boesky and Norman Rot- ter have joined the ranks of Zeta Beta Tau…

…. Central A1ivilie4 Opperiheim-Ross Rites Scheduled for April By Bnai Brith Ball Ends Fund Drive The fifth annual Bnai Brith Ball will be held at 9 p.m., March 26, in the Fountain Ballroom of Masonic…

April 08, 1955 • Page Image 7

… the election on Monday. A graduate of the University of Michigan. Mr. Kasle was an officer and an active leader in the Serve Our Schools committee. He was ordained rabbi at the Jewish Institute of

… Religion and was - a Hillel Foundations director before joining his father, Abe Kasle, as an officer in the Kasle Steel Corp. • It is important to know how to take the proper care of your costly floor…

… Slomovitz, Marc Lavry, Cantor J.. H. .Sonenklar, Emma Schaver, Dan Frohman, Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Morris L. Schaver. Another impressive event was anthropic and social service ac- added to the series of

… outstand- tivities. ing local celebrations marking The appearance at the con- the American Jewish Tercente- cert of Marc Lavry, eminent nary, when more than 150 mu- ' Israeli composer and director sicians…

… presented a concert of of the Voice of Zion Orchestra, JewiSh music at Temple Israel, added significance to the March 30. event. 'Emma Schaver, who A large audience that nearly sang several of Mr. Lavry…

…'s filled the hall to its capacity ac- songs and also was soloist with claimed the large choir, that was the combined choir, and Can- directed by Dan Frohman, and tor Jacob H. Sonenklar, an- the members of

… man of the Tercentenary mu- "the Gershithi of ISrael." Mr. sic 'committee, expressed the Lavry played three . of :his piano community's thanks to the compositionS, "Shepherd Dance," participating…

…" and his Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, who o w n compositions, -"Sh'ctora spoke -briefly towards the close Ani" and "Kinneret." Mrs. Scha- of the concert, joined Mr. Scha- ver, who also sang the solo pact ver in…

… Rebecca sitions. Frohman and Bella 'Goldberg, Cantor Sonenklar sang his the accompanists. composition, the traditional "L'- Philip Slomovitz, chairman of dor v'Dor" and sang the 'solo the Detroit…

… Tercentenary Com- part for "Kacha." mittee, in introductory remarks, The large choir drew prolong- called attention to the generous ed- applause for its rendition of allocation made by the Jewish "Reb Dovidl…

April 15, 1955 • Page Image 4

… to improve their citizenship education program. "When Men Are Free," the volume just published for Teachers College of Columbia University' by Houghton Mifflin Co '(2 Park St., Boston) offers in very…

…THE JEWISH NEWS 'Israel A Visit to the 01,d and the New Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July • 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers…

…, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Association Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co, 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 8-9384 Illubscription $4 a year. Foreign…

… $5. Entered as 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. 6 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising…

… Manager Page Four FRANK SIMONS City Editor April 15, 1955 Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sabbath; the twenty-fourth day of. Nissan; 5715, the .followng Scriptural selections will be read..in our…

… synagogues: Pentateuchal )3ortion. Lev. 9:1-11:47: Prophetical portion. 11 Sam. R:1-7:17. Licht Benshen, Friday. April 15, 6.53 p.m. Rosh Hodesh Iyar Readings of the Law. Friday.. April 22. Num. 28…

… strenuous months of efforts in Israel's de- fense at the United Nati6ns. Ambassador Eban is carrying a heavy load. Placed on the defensive, in view of the recent Gaza occur- rences, and because' of the United…

… Nations Security Council's censure, he has worked under tensions that would challenge the ener- gies of the strongest man. He is . a strong man indeed to have been able to labor under the trying burdens…

…'s generous partici- pation in funds aimed at assisting in Israel's economic growth and in the integration of newcomers to that state from lands of op pression. - • - Ambassador Eban's visit here will be at…

… the height of the Allied Jewish Campaign activities. All the divisions in the drive are at work to gather the •great fund that is needed in behalf of Israel, for overseas relief purpoes and for the…

April 22, 1955 • Page Image 18

… 40 Centralites planning are Ronnie Bortman, Steve * * to attend the University of Weiswasser, Joyce Sperling, Su- March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Michigan next year will be guests sie Leipsitz, Phyllis…

…- Israel Independence Day will tended San Francisco City Col- be 'celebrated April 23 through lege and is a graduate of the 30 at Hillel.' Sponsor of the ce- Specialized Mohel University of California…

… JACOBS and Mrs. Sylvan Lee Moise, be- The Midwest Institute for Col- came the bride of Alan Simon, RABBI LEO Y. son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Simon, lege Hillel Foundations is being GOLDMAN, M.A. former…

…. The RISEMAN FARM CAMP, a member of the American Camping Association, Michigan Section, is a camp for 5 to 12 year old boys and girls with a farm set- ting. Located in the scenic Metamora Hill area. the…

… Hollander Arthur A. Prog (Josephine Lev- of the university this week end and Jerry Wolin. in), of 21900 Harding, Royal at a student day. The highlights a a a Oak, Mich., a daughter, Susan of the annual event…

…. Hospitals and Horn's Golden Gate College, and cur- tures. All University of Michi- U 8245 Rosetawis UN. 3-6242 rently is an industrial engineer gan students are welcome. at Berkeley, Calif. His bride at…

…▪ SS—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, April 22, 1955 Tales Out of School '"The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of Posterity."—DisraelL April 17—T6' Mr. a n d Mrs. Irving Barit (Nita Hitow) of Bay…

… City), of 22030 Whitmore. Oak Park, Mieh., a daughter, Karin Beth. • * April 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Allen Marcus (Anne Bluish), of 4.219 Tyler, a son, Howard David. * By By . Rena Katz Joni Handleman…

… Central High liumford High * * The family of the late Anne Upon returning to school Miller Goldstein is offering a Monday it was easy to find $50 U.S. Savings Bond in her many happy Mumfordites dis…

… exercises, is in memory of good to get back to the usual this Central alumna who was rountine. a * vice president of her senior class in 1935. Wise AZA, Myerson BBG and * * * Macabbees YM will be holding…

April 29, 1955 • Page Image 22

…- them" he had responded •"Alei- them Sholom" arid answered the Michigan GOvernor's goodnight with "Lailo Tov." The spiritual kinship of Israel and the United States, inherent in their c o rn m o n…

… lowly Nazarene, the saintly men of old and the prophets, the sacred soil of the Holy Land which is Israel." See how smudge free pots and pans can be when you cook electrically. Michigan Whitmania…

… Delivered To Hebrew University by Governor During his visit to Jerusalem, Gov. Williams performed an especially pleasant -task — pres- - entation of a Walt Whitman col- lection to the Hebrew Univer- sity, as…

…• Sends Israel Greetings to Capital Dinner COV. WLL:tliTtS Continued from Page 1 CJ " "It is wonderful to see the progress here and to feel the determination of the people. I am happy to join my…

… col- leagues in acclaiming the aim • for a better world in which all can live so that the Brother- hood of Man and democracy can go forward in peace." Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, titf Maryland, who was…

… re-elected president of the American-Israel Society, spoke to Israel in re- sponse to these addresses. He re- ported back to the gathering, over which he presided, that to Gov. Williams' "Sholom Alei…

… democratic ideals, and the urgent need for peace were emphasized in all the speeches. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, pointing to American interests in Israel's welfare, stated that the establishment of Israel oy…

… purchase of land in Palestine by the Jews and the building of colonies there. Mrs. Roosevelt emphasized that "it is as important for the good of the Arab states as well a-s Israel that peace should come to…

May 06, 1955 • Page Image 5

… Dulles. The letter, signed by the Rev. Harry Wolf, director, Lutheran Charities and presi- dent of the Michigan Com- mittee on Immigration; B. N. Joffe, director, Jewish Com- munity Council and chairman of

… HAMILTON TO. 8-2424 NOW . . . ONLY ONE STORE! DETROIT HEBREW BOOK SHOP Under Sole Ownership of HILLEL L ABRAMS Conveniently Located at 12226 DEXTER (Bet. Cortland and Richton) REMEMBER MOM — SUNDAY…

… American settlers in the next few years, to match the 1,000 La- tions and Human Rights" in- bonds." bor Zionists who migrated to Is- cludes the texts of the Universal Haim Lubinsky, vice-chairman rael…

… Memorialize Your Mother Prof. SIMON HALKIN of the Hebrew University, translator of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" into Hebrew, is shown present- ing a copy of his work, now out of print, to LEWIS M. STARK…

of Edward tionality Division of the United Corsi from the State Depart- Community Services and Secre- The United Nations' "Year- Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Jor- book on Human Rights for 1952," dan…

…. Late in June 1952, an U.S. Pact with Israel just published by Columbia Uni- agreement was concluded with NEW YORK, (JTA)—An offer versity Press (2960 B'way, NY27), the government of Israel under devotes…

… six pages to the devel- which it assumed responsibility by the United States Govern- opment of human rights in Is- for the 19,000 refugees remain- ment to negotiate a security pact rael, and to a…

… discussion of three ing in Israel. One-third of the with Israel would help to en- juridical decisions of the Israel registered refugee population courage a peaceful settlement Supreme Court. was living in c…

…Amps organized between the Arab states and Is- rael, it was urged in a resolution This 500-page Yearbook suc- by the Agency." adopted by the National Labor ceeds the earlier works of the Zionist Assembly at a two…

…-day years 1946 to 1951. It contains ZOA's Convention in session here. analyses of human rights actions The resolution urged Ameri- in all the countries affiliated Washington June 16-20 can economic and…

May 06, 1955 • Page Image 19

… by University of Michigan students in their Allied Jewish Campaign drive. Chairmen in the various dormitories, sororities and frat- ernities are: Jordan Burke, Dick Gooel, Judy -Ann Jacobs, Ellen Jones…

… initiated. Jack Horwitz, treasurer of Tau Delta Phi fraternity, has been named associate sports editor of the Michigan Daily. Senior Al Levey pitches on University of Michigan's varsity baseball team which…

… Diamonstein of Virginia. Over $1,100 in proceeds from "Hillels- apoppin", annual Hillel - spon- sored skit night, has been given to the fund. U. of M. seniors Phyllis Ash, Eugene Axelrod, James Hal- pern, June…

… Tractenberg, Elaine Zeidman, Janet Zucker. These 'Lites will receive their honor certificates from President Hilberry of Wayne University, president of the association, at convocation exercises on May 11, at…

… getter/ More important than what you say is how you say it. Expressions of sympathy, best wishes or congratulations are much more effective with a gift basket that speaks for you. call UNiversity 9 &Ann…

…MB Sponsors Tour of Wrold Sham Meichenf -- ETROIT JEWISH NEWS-19 Tales Out of School Friday, May 6, 1955 0 )•Loppow-Vernick Rites tanned for June 23 "The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of

… Posterity."—Disraeli OFTM ... MISS DEBORAH KNOPPOW Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Knoppow, )f Pasadena Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Phyllis, to Jack D. Ver- aick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau…

…- L ice Vernick, of London Ave. A June 23 wedding is planned. Wedding, Bar Mitzvah and Sweet Sixteen Invitations Matches and Napkins Complete Selection at Reasonable Prices MRS. KATE ALTMAN…

… Spring activities at Central was the theme of an assembly moderated by Mitzie Rachleff and Eugene Konstant. B i 11 Stephens, all-city letter man, Lave a roundup of warm weath- er sports, and Izetta Ray…

…, presi- dent of the sportsmanship coun- cil, spoke on the importance of fair play. * a Honored by the Phi Beta Kappa Society recently for out- standing scholarship in their three years of high school were…

May 13, 1955 • Page Image 21

… ladies. Harold Sheldon Barron, pres- ently a pre-law student at the University of Michigan, was chosen to win the silver kiddush cup, symbol of men's leadership, and Sarah Graf Weiner, a senior at Royal…

…'s League at Bnai Moshe, and is now vice- president of the Bnai Moshe Ju- nior Congregation Before trans- ferring to Wayne University, she was a student leader of Hillel Foundation, University of Mich- igan…

… Beth Yehudah to the National Conference of Yeshi- vah Education, being held to- day through Sunday, at Lake- wood, N.J. Heads of leading rabbinical seminaries and yeshivoth and key lay leaders will…

… participate in the parley, sponsored by Torah Umesorah, the National Society for Hebrew Day Schools. Nearly all of the 170 Hebrew day schools and yeshivoth in 70 communities in 24 states across the nation and…

… day schools, has assisted in forming 64 of these schools in America. A definite, unified program for all participating schools is the aim of the confer- ence. CONCORD • HOTEL Kiamisha Lake, N. Y…

…. Call US for Ntee Stemma? You're Kidding! No, we're not. Steak is featured three nights each and every week at Oakton Manor. • Mm-m-m-m-mi Mrs. HENRY GREEN, chairman of the League of Jewish Wom- en…

…, FAITH GREENBAUM and SARAH GRAF WEINER, who tied for the women's award, and HAROLD Girls' Athletic Ass'n.; and mem- SHELDON BARRON, men's award winner. ber of Sportsmanship Council, Nine years ago, the…

… League of Jewish Women's Organizations created a fund in memory of one of its early presidents, Mildred Simons Rosenberg. Since that time, the Mildred Simons Ro- senberg Awards have become synonymous, with…

… youth leader- ship in the Detroit community. At the annual meeting of the League last Monday evening, in the Esther Berman Bldg., five young people were selected for honors, three young men and two young…

… Oak High. School, and Faith Greenbaum, a Wayne Uni- versity student, each received silver menorahs for women's leadership. So close did the judges feel were the qualifications of two other young men…

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… 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…

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…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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…Spirit of the Ten Commandments THE JEWISH NEWS Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan

… Jewish projects have not been happy ones. We have faced resist- ance among our college youth. The Hillel Foundations are succeeding in enlisting only a very small percentage of Jewish students, and only…

…? Many of our boys and girls who will -be confirmed or consecrated or graduated from our. schools will be entering universities. Ex- , periences in approaches to Jewish college students in behalf of

…. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of Marcb 3, 1879 OM. PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher VOL. XXVII, No. 12 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager…

… Page Four FRANK SIMONS City Editor May 27, 1955 . Shevuot Scriptural Selections Pentateuchat portions: First Day of Shevuot, Friday, Ex. 19:1-20:26, Num. 28:26-31; Second say, Saturday, neut. 14…

…:22-16:17, Num. 28:26-31. Prophetical portions:; Friday, E2ek. 1:1-28; 3:12:. Saturday, Hab. 3:1-10. Licht Benshen, Friday, 7:33 p.m. Shevuot: Our Challenging Festival • Shevuot, the date of which is determined…

… by counting off seven weeks after the first day of Passover — hencethe term Feast of Weeks -used in reference to it — originally was an agricultural festival, which was cele- brated in the Land of

… Israel to mark the gathering of the first fruits of the summer harvest. First fruits were brought- to. the Temple as the people's. - offerings, and for this reason, to this day, our synagogues as well EL…

….s. our homes are adorned on this holiday with flowers. As the • anniversary of the Giving of the Torah to Israel an Sinai, by Moses, the fest- - val thereby assumes another significant role. Thus,: we…

… enter our synagogues on Shevuot. days With pride • in our being the People of the Torah: In modern times, Shevuot assumed an- other role: as a date•of, or an approximate date for, graduations…

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… director of the Hillel Foundation in Jerusalem who has just returned to his post at Hillel at the University of Chicago, and another son who is on the faculty of the University of Toledo. * S * ALFRED…

… was active in Hadassa.h, Brandeis University, Council of Jewish Women and Home for Aged. Surviving her are a son, Stan- ley; daughter, Mrs. Arthur R. The family of the late Evelyne Bloom; a sister and…

… cated at the Universities of Ber- Machpelah Cemetery. Rabbi Pre- lin, Berne and Koenigsberg and ro will officiate. Relatives and friends are asked to attend. came to Israel in 1908. S * S He managed the…

… America announced. MONUMENTS here. The first rabbi of the new synagogue will be Rabbi Isadore V Goodman, a graduate of Yeshiva University, who will be installed a by Rabbi David B. Hollander, a>RSwc1 4…

… .received their authorization: American Committee for the Weis. mann Institute of Science, Inc.; Arneri, can Friends of the Hebrew University; American Fund for Israel Institution% American Red Mogen Dovid…

… at Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Survived by brother, Meyer Abler, Croswell, Mich. * * * JAKE R. MARKOWITZ, 2503 Michigan Ave., Los Angeles. died May 20. Services at Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Survived by two…

… sons, Sidney and Jack Marks, of Sacramento, Calif.; a brother; three sisters and four grandchildren. * * * MAX ROSENBERG, 11501 Pe- toskey, died May 27. Services at Hebrew Memorial Chapel. Sur- vived by…

… son, Max; three daugh ters, Toby Sabaroff, of Los An- geles, Mrs. Albert Cutler, Mrs. Jack Singal; three brothers; three sisters; seven grandchil- dren; six great-grandchildren. * * * EVELYN KLEINMAN…

…; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Wein- trob. * * • REBECCA KOPERMAN, 5441 W. Outer Drive, died May 24. Serv- ices were at Kaufman Chapel. She leaves her son, Irving of Pontiac; daughters, Mrs. Ben- jamin…

… Fishman, Mrs. (Team Sklar and Mrs. Sheldon Kushner; and a sister. MRS. MARY COHEN, 81, of 19451 Birwood, a resident here for 70 years, active in Hadassah and Shaarey Zedek, died Mon- day. Services at…

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University and Yeshiva Univer- sponsored by the Council of sity, no college or university provides kosher food for its students Jewish Federations and Welfare . . . But several Hillel Foundations serve kosher…

…. Madison as national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, was here last Friday afternoon to open the annual encampment of the Department of Michigan , JWV, held over the weekend at the Sheraton Cadillac…

… intensive discus- and interests of their children . • The Bnai Brith, which main- sions on community and hospi- tains Hillel Foundations for Jewish students hi about 200 colleges tal planning for the long…

university to ILENE EMERMAN, of Central High School (second from right), and DONNA LEE SCHARF, of Denby High School. A. ALBERT SUGAR, chairman of the award committee, watches the ceremony. Both scholarships…

…-term and universities, supplies information on colleges where Jewish patient, it was announced this religious and social activities are being conducted by the students week by Louis Stern of Newark, on the…

…- miers, Sharett and Nasser, do not shed new light on the existing situat2on in that area; but they are helpful in calling the atten- tion of the democratic world to the need for peace among Arabs and Jews…

… hand and Christians and Moslems on the other. Any one who has visited Israel knows the untruth of such a charge. What the world at large may not know, however, is that the obstacles to peace are being…

… Nasser deposed King Farouk I, Egypt looked toward an early resumption of parliamentary government . . . Premier Nasser saw to it that the promise was watered down to a plan for a largely appointive and…

… can be in- troduced. This is politically disappointing in a land where a social and economic revolution has appeared to be under way. Most observ- ers consider that Colonel Nasser has a great deal of

… ability and sound judgment. Whether these qualities fit the requirements of a prolonged benevolent dictatorship leading to democracy can be judged only by'the outcome. . For the moment trends in Egypt are…

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…-ends and Evenings included its charter when Dr. Abraham Sachar,. then head of the Hillel Foundation, attended a Keidan, meeting. . . "What can we do to Delightfully help?" the fellows asked Dr. Sa- Air…

… DINNERS 4:30 to 9:30 • AFTER THEATRE SNACKS present Hillel House on the' Businessmen's Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wayne University campus, pay- TRAY CATERING A SPECIALTY ing $17,000 which they raised by…

…Bond Ftiviik Are Used to Expand Israel's Vitai Chemical. Industry U.S. Leases Uranium fO r Israel Atomic _ _ Projects Six kilograms of uranium the United States of unclassified (13.2 lbs.) are to…

… be leased by information in the design, con- the United States to the govern- struction, and operation of re- ment of Israel for research into peaceful uses of atomic energy. search reactors and their…

… to the opera- Agreement for the loan was tion and use of research react- initialed by George-Allen of the orc and the use of radioactive State Department and Admiral isotopes in physical and biologi…

…- Lewis Strauss, chairman of the cal research, therapy, agricul- U.S. Atomic. Energy Commission ture, and induStry. on behalf of the United States, and Abba Eban, Ambassador of 22 DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Israel…

…. Friday, June 10, 1955 In addition to the lease of the enriched uranium, the agree- ..******44..............**** BACK IN 1945, 10 members of ment also covers the supply by FO YOWL YOUR DANCING Knollwood…

….J., (,T'TA) — Sive than those already in exis- Special ceremonies have been tence. . . Their original thought held here for the dedication of in starting the Harry B. Keidan a street in honor of one of the…

… Lodge was to eliminate all meet- original 23 'Jewish settlers in ing rituals and orders of busi- NOrth America. The ceremonies, ness, and just get together 'for sponsored by the Fairlawn Bnai And His Band…

… the purpose of discussiong any Brith, highlighted loCal observ- TE. 4-7730_ or WE. 4-0879: big problems Bnai Brith had .. . ance - of the tercentenary. then undertake to imderwrite he street "Was named…

June 24, 1955 • Page Image 16

… area of Middle • Rouge Park. weeks ago from the University knowledge of Jewish law, Grand Rabbi Rabinowicz came . Games, races and prizes will be of Michigan. Her husband is TR. 5-9500 Woodward and Kirby…

…- 11559 Dexter WE, 3-9152 Dr. Richard C. Hertz, of Temple cascading lilies of the valley and TE. 2-1146 TO. 6-5016 Beth El, . and Dr. Abba Hillel stephanotis. son. Silver, of the Temple, in Cleve- Officers…

… ter, National Women's Commit- changed marital vows with skirt. Formerly $10.95 Mark Paul Schumann and Merle WEDDING? BAR MITZVAH? tee for Brandeis University at a $4.95 up Boy's Pants Her shallow cap of

… Sept. 10-1 1 A national mobilization con- ference which will signal the beginning of an intensive Israel bond campaign will be held at the Sheraton-Park Hotel, Wash- ington, D.C., Sept. 10 and 11, it…

… was announced by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president and executive head of the Israel Bond Organization. The annual Family Picnic of Lt. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN POST and AUXILIARY will be held Sunday, at…

… Cass Benton. Park. /Iembers and their friends are invited to participate in a pro- gram of games and prizes. For further information, call Faye KATZ, VE. 7-3107, or Adele Simms, DI. 1-0964. * * * Lt. ELI…

… LEVIN AUXILIARY will sponsor a day at Kiddie- land, on Eight Mile Rd., on Wed- nesday, under the chairmanship of Marian Guttenberg. For tickets, call KE. 5-1124. The group will meet Tuesday, at the…

…. STEPHEN MEDOW In a ceremony performed June 12, by Rabbi Morris Adler, Isolde MRS. RICHARD M. SAFFIR. Mrs. Mellen Succeeds MRS. MARK . P. SCHUMANN Rubel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. OUR SPECIALTY . . C. Rubel…

…, of 17185 Prairie, be- A candlelight ceremony per- bodice and full skirt. Deeply- Mrs. Aaron as Head Restyling double breasted suits formed before an improvised pleated horizontal folds on the Of

… Brandeis Women came the bride of Stephen Me- to single breasted suits! dow, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. altar banked with pink flowers bodice formed the brief sleeves SPECIAL SALE! of Clements Ave. Follow- and…

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… Edward Pa. the University of Michigan, and Barak, Abraham Waronoff and Lt. Gildenberg, who is now is affiliated with Alpha Epsilon Bert Ablitz, vice-presidents; Ar- stationed here ; at the Detroit Pi…

…. Both young people attend the University of Michigan, where Mr. Sorscher is a student in the college of dentistry. 18—DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Why not introducer thaw •. , and me how *IA they get alone…

… joint installation of officers ceremony at the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel. Al Keats was master of ceremo- nies, Alfred Bounin gave the in- vocation and Melvin Weisz, past Council president, was installing…

… Sinclair, of Robins, trustees; and Manuel Announcement is made of the liadiana Ave.; announce the en- - Kaplan, honorary trustee. engagement of Vivian'Friedman, * * * _ daughter of Mrs. A. Shor, of gagethent…

of their daughter, Au- Mrs. Seymour. Weiss was in- Hubbell Ave., and the late Mrs. drey, to Jerome Millman, son of Samuel Friedman, to Lt. David Mr. and Mrs. Louis Millman, of stalled as president of

… TIKVAH Gildenberg, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. CHAPTER at recent ceremonies Birchcrest Dr. - in the Statler Hotel. Serving with Samuel Gildenberg, of Hazelton, Mr. Millman is a graduate of her will be Mesdames…

… bachelor of science degree in ad- Leo Lisker, secretaries; Jack ministrative engineering. He is Pearlman, s en tin el ; - Arthur affiliated with Pi Lambda Phi Schultz, guide; Milton Klein, fraternity. A Sept…

…. ary board member. Board mem- Television Prograras bers include Mesdames George Benjamin Sorscher of 'Jewish Interest Fletcher, Monte Meskin, Leon Diskin, Lewis Eilbaum, Phil THE ETERNAL LIGHT SWarin…

…, Morris Sandubrae, Max Time: 12:30 •pan., Stinda.y.' Friedman, Herman Schwartz, Station:".WWJ. Irving Tobes, William Ribiat, Ar- Feature - The linguistic inte- thur Ross, Marcus Fordon, Irv- gration of the…

… immigrants from ing Lash, Joseph Shone, Isadore many lands to Israel will be told Buchman, Albert Levine and in "Operation Hebrew." The last Sidney Gold. program of the regular series, it Will be presented in…

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… MANAGEMENT 677 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago MOhawk 4-6440 A special HILLEL SCHOLAR- SHIP for Jewish students has been established by Transylvan- ia College, a Christian denom- inational institution in Lexing…

… College, in New York, at a meeting in the Great Northern Greenbush, Michigan Hotel of the Histadruth Ivrith on Lake Huron, U.S. 23 of America and the American Fun — Health — Rest Hebrew Pen Club. Dr. Efros…

… New York attorney, was elected pres- ident of the American Friends of the Hebrew University at the annual meeting of the member- ship held on June 14. Mr. Ross succeeds Dr. George S. Wise, prominent New…

…, Mich., July 8-16. * * Dr. Emil L. Fackenheim, as- sistant professor of philosophy at the University of To- ronto, has been awar d ed. the University of liVestern On- tario President's Medal, award- ed…

…Elk-hart Lake Resort Offers Prize to Comics DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-21 Friday, June 24, 1955 William H. Geftman, owner of the popular Schwartz Hotel in Elkhart, Ind., this season is offering a $500…

… outstanding show people as Joni James. Mickey Sharp, Davey Hall, Lee Tully and the Waltons have been de- veloped at the Schwartz Hotel, he said. Stevensville Lake Hotel Pictures Big Season Meeting of Arab…

… his Nautilus Hotel, in Miami Beach, has purchased a tract of land in the Bal Harbour section on which he plans to construct a $5,000,000 luxury hotel. LONDON, (WJA) — Reports reaching London quote the…

… Leb- anese Foreign Minister Alfred Naqqash for an announcement that all the Arab Premiers, in- cluding those of Egypt and Iraq, would soon meet in Beirut "in Free Lollipops During order to mend the…

… dur- AZE=11=1, ing the celebration, which will St. Agathe des Monts, =- conclude on Sunday, will be free lollipops to all youngsters. P.O. Canada Dream Island of A family of four will be the Laurentians…

… during their stay as • Cocktail Lounge • Orchestra part of the "Children's Week" • Free Golf • Dietary Law. Write for folder or call celebration. CASTLE MONTS "YOUR ORDER, SIR?" Fine service is just ONE…

July 01, 1955 • Page Image 4

…THE JEWISH NEWS Jewish Convention Season incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press…

… in Mr. Masters' story against that action. Twice in the novel, the author has Louis reflecting on the famous two questions of Hillel: "If I am not for myself, who will be? But if I am for myself alone…

… and who is now working for his doc- torate at Johns Hopkins University, Balti- more. Recently Khleif wrote to a friend here- in Hebrew, of cause telling of his experi- ences in America. Among other…

… second class matter Aug. 8. 1942. at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3, 1879 PHILIP SLOMOVtTZ Editor end Publisher VOL. XXVII. No. 17 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager FRANK SIMONS…

… City Editor Page Four July 1, 1955 Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sabbath, the twelfth day of Tammuz, 5 715, the following Scriptural selections will be read in our synagogues: Pentateuchal…

… portion, Num . 1 9:1-25:19. Prophetical portion, Micah, 5:6-6:5. Licht Benshen, Friday, July 1, 7:53 P.M. New C s s Within American Zionist Ranks C .• ri i A new crisis is plaguing the ranks of the…

… volving differences of opinion over the atti- Zionist Organization of America. Louis Lip- tude of American Zionists towards Histadrut, sky, the movement's most distinguished then the issue should be…

… discussed thoroughly leader, and a number of other prominent and adjudicated to comply with the wishes Zionists, including other past presidents of of the overwhelming majority of American the ZOA, stayed…

… _Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, in a major policy speech, also indirectly referred to the issue repair. It is evident that personality issues, which when he said: "American Jewry's major contribution…

…, accounted for previous conflicts, are not lack- though by no means its `sole contribution, to ing in the current controversy. While the the young state of Israel in the foreseeable abstainers from the…

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… New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and other big cities. Leo Adler, Inc., hit the top of the list in Michigan and was fifth among 2,730 DeSoto dealers in the U. S. for sales in May, it was announced by A…

…- tra fervor since fellow New York University a I u m n u s, Stanley Kramer, is director-producer of the epic . . . Kramer headed directly for Hollywood immedi- ately after graduating from NYU about 16…

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-15 Friday, July 1, 1955 Montefiore Lodge Gift for Campers Representing Montefiore Lodge No. 12, Free Sons of Israel, Mrs. REUBEN R. WEINER, chairman of the camping committee…

…, and LEON S. SCHEMBECK, president of the lodge, presented Monte- fiore Lodge's annual contribu- tion to the Fresh Air Society's Campership Fund, to NATHAN MILSTEIN (left), president of the society…

…. Montefiore Lodge is the second oldest Jewish or- ganization in Detroit, having been chartered by the Grand Lodge in 1864. The lodge is one of the largest yearly contributors to the Fresh Air Society. CARD OF

… THANKS The family of the late Morris P e l a v i n acknowledges with grateful appreciation the many kind expressions of sympathy extended by relatives and friends during the family's recent be- reavement…

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… Block of Danny Raskin's en ai terid LISTENING HOWARD PEARL, ace pub- licity representative for United Artist Film Corp., is currently ballyhooing the picture "Not As a Stranger" in Detroit with ex…

… years ago, his head filled with ideas to put into scripts . . . Howard also eventually wound up in the movie industry, only on the other side of the fence as he puts it . .. Howard did a bit of

… reminiscing about Kramer, who he fondly refers to as the "Boy Wonder" . . . Going to Hollywood from NYU, Kramer got a job at Columbia as a -"grip," the term given a sort of handy man stage hand who works with…

July 15, 1955 • Page Image 2

… the Na_ 1927, after receiving his degree tional Membership Chairman for at the University of Michigan. He the Supreme Women's Council. Pisgah and Oak-Woods Chap- helped to organize and was first ters…

… the Bnai Brith Hillel 100% paid up certificates, and Commission and now serves as a Pisgah and Keiden chapters were member of the national civil honored for the smallest percen- rights committee of the…

… complete explanation of the sheitel and its background, as it was written for the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia by Samuel Rappaport: Ac-cording to an old Jewish custom, married women, for the sake of modesty…

… _Rarity of Genius — and Domination of Mediocrity Our universities do not always choose wealthy men and poli- ticians for honors. They often award honorary degrees to men of real ability and great…

… distinction. Such was the case with W. K. Kelsey of The Detroit News. Wayne University displayed good judgment in selecting our distinguished confrere for this honor. His own newspaper quite properly spoke of

… our educational system, especially coming from a man who once was a university president. We have hundreds of thousands of college graduates each year, and we would be lucky if we had in our public life…

…Purely Commentary The Terruque' in Jewish. Life and Law Tradition of Head-Covering and • • • Emergence of the 'Sheitel' . . . Not an Issue, but a Fact-Finding Effort. In the last few weeks…

…, considerable discussion has been aroused by several occurrences in Jewish ranks. A proposal by the president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis that women should be ordained as rabbis, a publicly…

…-staged Orthodox wedding, matters affecting kashrut, have created curiosity in the ranks of the unin- formed, debates among differing elements in Jewry. 0-.1e of our rabbis made this unfortunate comment on the ques…

…- tion of ordaining women as , rabbis: "In its recent picture story of a Hassidic wedding here, the Free Press showed the degradation to which Orthodox women are still subject." This, of course, is a…

July 22, 1955 • Page Image 6

…. Prero, Dr. Harry Portnoy, Hillel Abrams Evergreen Jewish Community—Rabbi S. Mossman Anched Hesed Temple (Bay City)— Cong. Shaarey Zedek (Bay City)—Rabbi Jossef Kratzenstein Children of Israel (Benton…

… AT SERVICES, TO RESPOND TO THE CALL OF THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND THIS TISHA B'AB, AND SEND YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO: THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND 11345 LINWOOD AVENUE DETROIT 6, MICHIGAN OR CALL: TO. 8…

…- elers - went to Beirut, capital of Lebanon, and awaited there the strongest arguments for the Arabs and against the Zionists from President S. B. L. Penrose of the American University. Mr. Inman quotes…

…- American relations, reports on his study tour of that troubled area, which included the Arab states and Israel, and clarifies issues involving Arab - Israel peace and the future of the young Jewish state…

…. Published by Worldover Press, of which Mr. Inman is presi- dent, this pamphlet describes the findings made in the 15- hour-a-day studies by a group of 22. From Turkey, called a "nation on the move," the trav…

…" out of their homes with the aid of the United States and other Western pow- ers, and that the UN vote for partition was due to the influ- ence of rich Jews who control the American press. One of the…

… most interesting portions of this pamphlet, in which Mr. Inman proves "how completely the American Uni- versity of Beirut has identified itself with the Arab cause," is *- *-)0*. '*' , * TOPS lir * IN…

… the meeting with Dr. Penrose "in which the writer qu , s- tioned the accuracy of the statements concerning the crude and unjust means used by the United States delega- tion to force a vote in the UN for…

… vil- lage after Arab village was abandoned, even before the fighting drew near in the hope of opening the way for the Arab armies." Wherever he went from there, in Arab territories, Mr. Inman heard…

… Israel." In Jordan, he he d the same stories: Jews cor.r ol the press and the UN. ThGl-i Mayor Omar Wa'ary of the Old City of Jerusalem said: "I gave a plaque to Miss' Dorothy Thomp- son and Mr. Garland…

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…, tore vacationing in Miami Beach, Fla. - _ The following are guests of Clover Lodge, Omena, Michigan: Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Gordon and daughters, Mrs. Ann Goldsmith and son Jefferey, of Cortland Ave.; Mrs…

… doctors, who together with university teaching staffs, set off the national wage de- mands of the professionals, have been joined by lawyers, engi- neers, architects, dentists and veterinarians. Top…

…ctievities in Society Mr. and Mrs. William B. Caplan, of Chesterfield Avenue, Sher- • wood Forest, are on an extended tour of Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Epel, of 3218 Calvert, are vacationing in…

… Epels were greeted by 30 relatives from both Sweden and Denmark and six movie cameras recorded the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Epel plan to return home on Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman Rycus, of Miami Beach…

…, Fla., formerly of Detroit, will greet their friends 8 p. in. Wednesday, at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Seymour Kyte, 18714 Roselawn. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weingarden and children, Ronald and Marcia…

…. Rose Rosenberg, of Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mehlman and sister, Miss Dora Weil, of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Graham Dorn and daughter, of Saginaw; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Herman and Mr. and, Mrs…

…. Edward E. Kaufman and daughter, Bonnie, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenberg, of Washburn Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shapiro, of Prairie Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Weil, and daughters, Judy Lynn and Joan, of

… Steel Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jacobs, of Ardmore Ave.; Mrs. Tannenbaum and daughter, of Greenlawn Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Zelig Handelsman and daughter, Rochelle, of Wisconsin Ave., their daughter Mrs. Goldman…

… and her daughter, Ruthie, of Oak Park; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goldman, of Vaughn Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Goldman, of Monica Ave.; Miss Helen Axelrod, of Chicago; Mrs. Robert Trattner and four children, of

… Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldman, of Warrington Drive; Mrs. Sophie Herman, Mr. Boris Karasick, Dr. and Mrs. Sol Forman and children and mother, Mrs. Annetta Wilenkin. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dorb and…

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…Ambassador Eban Clarifies Israel's Position Before the Near East U. of M. Institute A situation within the Sum- mer Institute on the Near East, at the University of Michigan, where it has been held…

… that the entrance of scholars like Prime Minister U Nu of Burma and Ambassador Eban, both of whom were in- vited to address the University of Michigan, bodes well to the improvement of world affairs…

… on Near- East of any of the uni- versities in America, at Ann On June 29, Prof. George G. Cameron, head of the Depart- ment of Near East at the Uni- versity of Michigan, invited Ambassador Eban to a…

… Department, and a delegation representing the Ann Arbor and Detroit Jew- ish communities; including Osa- ias Zwerdling, president of Ann Arbor Beth Israel Center and honorary. president of the U. of M. Hillel

… Foundation; Dr. Her- man Jacobs, Hillel director; Rabbi Julius Weinberg, of the Beth Israel Synagogue and Cen- ter; r Meyer Silverman and B. M. Joffe, representing the Jewish Community Council of Detroit. Why…

… stated. _ Lefton Named Chairman Jack 0. Lefton, prominent in the communal life of Detroit, has been named Michigan State Chairman of the 1955 United Jew- ish Appeal to marshal maximum support in behalf…

…. - Mr. Zwerdling, in behalf of the Michigan Jewish commun- ity, introduced the Ambassador for off-the-record remarks fol- lowing • the luncheon. Present were U. of M. faculty members, the ministers of Ann…

… thyself) and the Mel, Clover formerly of Palombos, of the Saxony Hotel in Miami Beach, world. The 3,000 years of Is- universal peace. Inasmuch as The Wonder Bar, Ye Olde Wayne Club and the Sheraton Cadillac…

…. that "as far as Palestine was concerned, history had stopped with the destruction of the Second Tem- ple," is believed to have changed with the invitation extended to Israel's Ambassador Abba Eban to…

… deliver an address before the Institute on July 20. Hitherto, almost invariably, Arab and subtly pro-Arab lec- turers constituted t h e main corps of speakers addressing this, one of the largest institutes…

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…'s murderous act should be the last in the series of international massacres. A REFRESHING SUMMER DRINK A NOURISHING FOOD... .WINE. Hillel at Oxford THE LARGEST SELLING WINE. IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN FOR…

… 1954-AND PORT WINE WON THE HIGHEST- INTERNATIONAL AWA . RD IN PARIS, FRANCE. MILAN WINERIES, DETROIT, MICH.- Oxford University may have the first offshoot of the British Bnai Brith Hillel House accord…

… Parliament in London when members asked for 'informa- tion concerning the tragedy. R. H. Turton, Foreign Under- lief at Omena Inn, Northern Michigan's most popular vaca- tion spot. In the heart of Michi- gan…

… PHONE KE.3-7290 4 Is 1 /2 RATE CHILDREN DANCING = ORCHESTRA N. Y. ENTERTAINMENT • COUNSELORS TAKE CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN IN POLLEN-FREE NORTH MICHIGAN' FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE KENWOOD. 3-7290 OR…

…- ing to plans now being discussed, the Hillel Foundations here learned from Henry Shaw, direc- tor of the Hillel Foundation of Great Britain and Ireland. - Never before have we been able to offer you…

…DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-3 World Governments Issue Protests On Downing of Israeli Airliner . (Continued from Page 2) lishment of facts might disap- pear," Mr. Pincus stressed. Eye- witness accounts…

… from the Greek side of the border near the scene of the crash speak of "great activity" around the wreck. While these accounts do not reveal particulars of the activity, they rule out investi- gative…

… activity, Mr. Pincus de- clared. The Israel government's pro- test was contained in a note handed the Bulgarian Charge d'Affaires in Tel Aviv by Dr. Walter Eytan, director general of the Israel Foreign…

… Ministry. It was the second Israel note of the day to Bulgaria; the first lad requested information about -the incident and had asked assistance for the in- quiry commission which was already en route to…

… Greece through which it hoped to en- ter Bulgaria. Arthur Lourie, deputy director of the Foreign Ministry, left for Sofia in con- nection with the incident. The second note said that "the Israel government…

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…THE JEWISH NEWS Al ter Geneva - What? Incorporating the Detroit Jewish. Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Assotiation of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press…

…. * * In his address at the recent convention of the Zionist Organization of America, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver spoke of the continuing Jewish interests in Israel. He described Is- rael's recent triumphs• and…

…, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Illinois, Arkansas, Michigan, Georgia and Maryland. How will . the haters of immigrants explain this phenomenon? - Mrs. Pasley's "21 Stayed" poses many…

of all Jews, re- gardless of their party affiliations: Zionists are not alone in such unimaginativeness and in a concentration of internal politics. The lat- ter is a universal fault, and to pin it on…

…. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6.. 1942. at Post Office, Detroit, Mich.. under Act of March 3, 1879 FRANK SIMONS SIDNEY SHMARAK PHILIP SLOMOVITZ City Editor Advertising Manager Editor and…

… Publisher Sabbath- ScriptUral Selections This Sabbath, the eighteenth day of Ab, 5715; •_tfte;following Scriptural selections. - tviii - be read in our synagogues: Pentaieuchal portion, Dent. 7…

… a gradually-developing series of attacks on the Zionist movement, whose heroic leaders and whose strong principles were responsible for the development and the rise of the Jewish state. It is natural…

… for realities to overshadow *visions and dreams. With the creation of the State of Israel, the vision inherent in Zion faded. Certainly a vision turned into reality can no longer be termed a dream, and…

… the Zionist movement was bankrupt. She referred to the movement as it is constituted at present as "largely - a holdover of both men and ideas from an age when scientific Zionist achievements were made…

…." She was fair enough to add that they were "achieve- ments which culminated in the formation of the State of Israel." But the attack itself— the charge of bankruptcy—is too da -maging to be condoned. At…

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… Wayne University : Hillel Foundation speaking at a sym- posium_ in Ann Arbor, Aug. 1, on the question of the Dead Sea Scrolls, insisted that the Scrolls could not be dated in the Middle Ages,: - as…

… claimed by Prof. Solo- mon_ Zeitlin of Dropsie College. HiS opinion was shared by the other speaker, Prof. George. Men- denhall Of the University . of Michigan Department of Near Eastern • . -Studies. Dr…

…'Mrs. Kaphan to Head International ORT Mrs. Ludwig Kaphan, National President of Women's American ORT (Organization for Rehabili- tation through Training) has been elected ""' first president o…

…! Women's Inter- ' national---ORT at a congress - of constituent wo- men's organiza- tions held in Geneva, Switzer-: land. Delegates from women's ORT organiza- tions in 13 coun- tries, including Mrs. Kaphan…

… the United States, France, Iran, Israel, Switzerland, Union of South Africa, Canada, _Italy, Morocco, Tunisia, Holland, Bel- . glum and England, were present at the congress. July 20—To Mr. and Mrs…

…. Lloyd E, Fishman (Selma Kaufman), of 24040 Morton, Oak Park, Mich., a daughter, Pamela Gail. * * • July 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Max Snyder (Ann Goldman), of 2642 Tuxedo, a son, Steven B. * * * - July 6—To Mr…

…. and Mrs. Sig- mund Arday (Minnie Schneider), of 3773 Wager, a daughter, Lois Janet. * * July IT—TO Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kaye (Harriet Lipson of Detroit), of Los Angeles, Calif., a daughter, Laurie Jo…

…. * * * July 11—To Mr .and Mrs. Her- bert S. Feldstein (Susanne Rosen- gard), of Kentucky Ave., a daughter, Karen Sara. * * * July 3—To Mr. and Mrs. -Wayne Schafer( Sandra Winseri, of De- troit), of Flint…

…, _ Mich:, a son, Gary Janson. July 2—To par: and 1VIr. Yale L.. Brown, Omer., Detroiters now of 6706 Nci13-'1e, yan NUyi, Calif., a daughter, Carol' Anne'. * To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry - Fried- man (Loraine…

… Berk),_ former De- troiters, now of 940 S.W ; 22nd Ave., Miami, Fla., a son, David Jeffrey. * * July 18 — To Mr. -and Mrs. Harry Malach , (Florence Kanter), of 2467 Buena Vista, a son, Ken- neth Mark…

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…. Foreign Affairs Committee of the A graduate of the University American Jewish Committee. • Brought to this country from of Michigan, Trustman has been Lithuania at the age of three, Mr. active in Detroit…

… 1947-48 he was president of the National cornerstone of the new Hillel Conference of Jewish Communal Foundation Building at the Uni- Service, the central body of Jew- versity of Wisconsin will be laid of

… ish social workers in this country, on Oct. 23 in the presence and during 1948-49 he was vice- Dr. Edwin B. Fred, 'president of president of the International the university, and delegationS Conference…

…, participated in the funeral a new center to serve the Jewish Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. Sobel. students at the University who Several thousand persons, most now number 1,300, of them representatives of cul- tural…

University. He later lec- Nazi propagandist Edward J. tured on social science at Wayne Smythe died in New York Tues- and New York Universities. He day. He was 63. was also the author of a number 8—DETROIT…

…. The youths are partici- pating in the International Air Exchange Program which provides for the exchange of young people interested in aviation and en- ables them to study conditions in the field in…

… various countries. Twenty-two nations are affiliated with the program. The Israelis are members of the Gadna-Avir (Israel Youth Air Patrol) and the Americans belong to the U.S. Civil Air Patrol. Left to…

… right; Yaacov Almagor, Gil Kolan, Eietan Lev, Aviyahu Rabi, David Barnea. Mourn Tragic Death Of Sobel and Wife In Hurricane 'Connie' Two AFL Unions Pledge Aid to Labor in Israel LOS ANGELES, (JTA…

…)—A call for inclusion of the State of Israel in any Middle East de- fense arrangement was endorsed in resolutions of two regional conventions of powerful AFL unions, the International Asso- ciation of

… Machinists and , the Building Service Employees. The resolutions followed seminars at both conferences on the role of labor Israel in the region. `Band of Angels,' Strong Robert P. Warren Novel The author of

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… that Dr. Rabinowitz will offer two Dr. Rabinowitz taught in St. Louis, was counselor to Jewish students at Yale, was director of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at the University of Michigan, 1938…

… this country. The only non- itual leader, she will enter the Jewish student attending is Ich- University of Michigan next rio Ono, a Japanese student who month as a music major. • '5-) has the status of

… the inter- president a n d national Jewish student congress secretary, re- being held here, by 'Prof. Michael spectively, o f Evenari, vice-president of the the NFTY, an Hebrew University. Once the…

… Rabinowitz To Punish Guilty LaMed Professor of Jewish Studies Wayne University this week He attended Yale University, In El-Al Downing announced the appointment of Dr. ° 1929-32, won Kohut and Uni- WASHINGTON…

… and re- views, Dr. Rabinowitz had work- ed at the University of Califor- nia on a projected concordance to the Syro-Hexaplaric version of the Old Testament and at the same time pursued advanced Arabic…

… Philology (He- by Acting Dean J. Russell brew, Arabic, Syriac and all Ara- Bright of the Wayne University maic dialects), and in the Bibli- cal Apocryphal, Judaeo-Hellenis- College of Liberal Arts. Born July…

… Studies was established by Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaMed attended the University of Illi- and the LaMed Literary Foun- nois, 1926-27, and the University dation, and is financed by the of California, 1927…

…Citation from 'Message of Israel' RABBI BER- NARD N. COHN, of Temple Em- anu-El, Utica, N.Y. (left), pre- sents "Message of Israel" 20th Anniversary Ci- tation to RICH- A R D CLARK, manager of Sta…

…- tion WRUN, Utica. "Message of Israel" is sponsored by the Union of American H e - brew Congrega- tions, parent body of the na- tion's Reform temples. Israel Asks UN Air Safety Study; Hear Report on Bu…

… lgarian Disaster UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. '(JTA)—As a result of the recent shooting down of an Israel pass- enger plane by Bulgarian- fight- ers, Israel proposed that the next session of the UN General As…

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… prejudice including anti- Semitism among Negroes. his fine booklet, "The Bible: A Western Jewish Approach'," just published by the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations. He is fully at home in the methodologies of

… Western European countries ... The son of, a liberal historian who was a professor at Moscow University, Soloviev considered Spinoza as the greatest philosopher the world ever produced . . He had a large…

… population of Belgium . As early as 1882 in lectures at St. Petersburg University, he discussed the universal and historical significance of Judaism . -. Later he frequently lectured on this question in Moscow…

…. THE JEWISH NEWS A Holiday for Pre'e . tabor ' omme g with issue of July 20, 1 . 95 1 Iticrpor ociting the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing - • • ailember 'AmeriCan Association of Engli…

…Sh-Je •wish Newspapers; Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Asso- _ • Okation. • - . Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co., 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 1…

…-9364. Subscription $4 a year, Foreign S5. , Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, -1942, at Post Office', Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3, 1879 PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher StbNEY SHMARAK…

… Advertising Manager FRANK SIMONS City Editor Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sabbath, the sixteenth day of Elia, 5715 -, the following Scriptural selections will be read in our synagogits: . Pentateuchal…

… portion: Deist. 26:1-29:8.: Prophetical, portion, Is. 60. Licht Benshen, - .Friday, Sept, 2,' 6:43 p.m. VOL. XXVII. — No. 26 September 2, 1955 Page Four On the Eve of Another School Year Our children…

… belts to assist in assuring safer cross- ings for. our boys and girls on their way to school. The air will be full of the youngsters' voices. This is a thrilling season. It is an echo of life and a call…

… to all the people, of all ages, to .match the laughter and the joy of the young people. As part of . the Better Schools Campaian, the Advertising Council has just issued a number of enlightening…

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… Club Wins tate Federation Honors The - -Michigan Federation of Onat q3rith Activities One of the many philanthropic programs for which the GREAT- ER DETROIT BNAI BRITH WOMEN'S COUNCIL conducts its…

… - to Bnai Brith's fund-raising program, which will culminate this year on Nov. 8, at Masonic Temple, Hillel Founda- tions get necessary funds which enable them to exist and meet the needs of students…

… annual fund-raising endeavor is the Hillel Foundations, found- ed and supported by Bnai Brith funds. Called "a home away from home," Hillel, functions on over 200 university campuses through- out the…

…• -Branclt-Chayet Rites Observed on Aug. 21 MRS. ALLEN M. BRANDT. In a candlelight ceremony held Aug. 21, in the Mayfair Room, Doreen Adele Chayet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Chay- et, of

… Sturtevant Ave., became the bride' of Allen M. Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brandt, of Cleveland Heights, 0. Rabbi. Jacob E. Segal and Can- tor Nicholas Fenakel officiated at the double-ring ceremony…

…. The bride wore a ballerina- length gown of Chantilly lace, fashioned with hand illusion neckline. Her fingertip veil fell from a mother of pearl • crown, and she carried white orchids and stephanotis on…

… a mother of pearl Bible. Attending the bride were her sister, Mrs. Allen E. Schwartz, as matron of honor, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Murray A. Chayet- as bridesmaid. Nikki Ann Chayet, the bride…

…'s niece, was flower girl. Arthur Bruce . Smith, of Cleve- land Heights, 0.,, served his brother-in-law as best man, and Murray A. Chayet, the bride's brother, was an usher. Jerry Shipp was the ring bearer…

…. The •P•ounk: couple will reside in Cleveland Heights, 0., follow- a honeymoon by auto through Canada and New York. Out-of= town guests in attendance were from Cleveland and Montreal. - usic, Study…

… country, and offers thou- sands of Jewish students at these colleges a cultural and spiritual haven. The FoundatiOns give students a place to -study, to wor- ship and to entertain. Through contributions…

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… Crisis Averted Leonard Simons Spearheads Effort Leading to Mortgage Burning Dinner on Sept. 14 The security of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation Build- ing at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor is…

… who undertook to avert a crisis when it became known a few days ago that a $130,000 mortgage on the - building was in default. Built at a cost of $430,000, the Michigan committee for the U. of M. Hillel

… became the rescu- ing angel of Michigan's Hillel Foundation. Within one week, his dynamic try at the issue went so far that there will be a mortgage burning dinner at the Standard Club, in the Sheraton…

…. of M. graduates and parents of "M" students, as well as all who are inter- ested in assuring the safe existence of the Michigan Hillel, will come forth with gifts to provide the sum necessary to herald…

… Freedoms The American Way of Jewish Events Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—Incorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle 27 1 7 100 W. 7 MILE RD., Detroit 35—VErmont 8-9364—September 9, 1955…

… Commentary, Page 2 $4.00 Per Year, Single Copy 15c 'Profound elief' Is Felt Over Easing of Middle East Tensions; Egypt, Israel Censured by MAC Direct JTA Teletype Wires to The Jewish News U. of M. Hillel

… Cadillac Hotel, next Wednesday evening. Mr. Simons',.,already has secured Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, national director of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation, as a guest speaker for the dinner. He hopes to have…

University Press, London. Dr. Zeitlin will pursue his scathing de- nunciation of the views of those who credit the Scrolls with belonging to the first cen- tury before the present era in the second portion of

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…- gathering of approximately 200 sity of Michigan's Hillel." leaders heard messages from a Irwin Cohn and Louis -Schos- number of active Bnai Brith tak also participated in the mort- workers. who helped in the…

… tertainer, presented copies of his fund. Book of Humor to Dr. Hatcher, Others who assisted in this Dr. Lelyveld, Dr. Haber, Cohn work, including Michigan's Hil- and Dr. Herman Jacobs, Hillel lel and Bnai…

…A Mortgage Is Burned U. of M. Hillel Building Freed From Its Financial Obligations Communal leaders who gath- for the fulfillment of American ered at the Sheraton Cadillac democracy." Hotel…

… the mort- Bnai Brith, addressed to Sidney gage on the Hillel Building in J. Karbel, president of Bnai Ann Arbor, were in a happy B _ rith's District Six, from Detroit. mood. Osias Zerdling presided over…

… was affairs and a staunch and long- greeted with joy. time Hillel supporter heard Meeting under the chairman- himself described by Dr. Haber ship of Dr, William Haber, the as "the father of the Univer…

… to wipe Hillel Foundations. out the financial debt, and Cohn, The efforts of Irwin Cohn in named a score of other leaders the movement to wipe out the who participated in raising the mortgage and to…

… save the Hillel funds needed to pay off the mort- Building from default were es- gage. pecially acclaimed at the din- He presented testimonial ner. Mr. Cohn not only gave plaques of appreciation for…

… Hatcher, president MADISON, Wis. (JTA)—Arab of U. of M., expressed pride in students in the United States the activities of the. Hillel Foun- held their first national conven- dations "as a symbol of the…

… rela- tion at the University of Wis- tionship of the students' spiritual consin here, concluding the ses- interests to the university." sions with the adoption of a reso- Dr. Lelyveld, who brought lution…

… Wednesday evening, at the Dr. Lelyveld also read a mes- dinner that marked the comple- sage of greeting from Philip tion of the effort to raise the sum Klutznick, national president of necessary to wipe out…

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…- cluding session of a three-day conference of directors of Hillel Foundations at 203 colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. Rabbi Arthur Zuckerman was elected president of the National…

… E. Potter writes: "May the New Year now being observed in your synagogues and homes bring health and happi- ness to the entire Jewish com- munity of Michigan. It is my sin- cere hope that tour prayers…

… use. Hillel Leaders Seek Survey on Education STARLIGHT, Pa., (JTA) — A resolution calling for an inten- sive survey of trends in Jewish education in American universi- ties was adapted here at the con…

… Association of Hillel Directors. Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, na- tional director of Bnai Brith Hill- el Foundations, said that in the realm of the spiritual, Israel needs the help of American Jew- ry as much as…

… leaders in Hillel activities. The 200 Institute members were chosen' on the basis of leader- ship qualities they have shown in a Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation. Jewish Newspaper in Conn. Sets up Flood Damage…

… from all cor- ners of the globe this month to usher in the 69th academic year at Yeshiva University, according to Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of America's first accredited university under Jewish…

…- grees and diplomas in fields of study ranging from Arabic to zoology. Yeshiva University's new Stern College for Womeh, the nation's first liberal arts college for wom- en under Jewish auspices will…

… opened its second year of classes. The university's graduate di- vision, comprising the school of education and community admin- istration, Harry Fischel School for Higher Jewish Studies and the Bernard…

university recog- nized by the highest educational authorities. Yeshiva University's 3,000 stu- dents hail from all parts of the United States and from 25 for- eign lands. No student is denied admission…

… address a. memorial meeting here Sept. 15. OF NEW YORK LINOLEUM & CARPET CO. To the Jewish Writers Of America and Israel, To the Wayne University Students and Auditors in LaMed Courses in Jewish Studies…

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… October; and cam- paigns are in progress for similar buildings at other universities in this district. We in Michigan are proud of the beautiful Hillel edi- fice in Ann Arbor. It is contemplated that many…

… policies of the na- tional commissions of those agencies, adopted a program for expanded services in those fields for this year. A new Hillel building will be dedicated at the University of Wisconsin in…

…. Greetings on The New Year A.A.A. SANITATION SERVICE CO., INC. Licensed ond Bonded — Michigan Dept. of Health Serves the Nation — First in Septic Tank Service 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE Complete Sewerage…

… activi-•4 ties $207,000 over and above the regular District 6 allocations for various agencies and services. ear The Communities of Detroit and Michigan DETROIT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION…

…Bnai Brith District Grand Lodge No. 6 Charts a Program for 5716 By SIDNEY KARBEL President, District Grand Lodge No. 6 Only the major aspects of the program of District Grand Lodge No. 6 of Bnai…

… Brith — for the year 5716 — can possibly be cov- ered in the limited space avail- able. Oct. 13, 1955, will /nark the 112th birthday of Bnai Brith, the oldest and largest Jewish serv- ice organization in…

… point of con- tinued service and operation. Since its founding, Bnai Brith has grown from one lodge of 12 Jewish idealists, in New York City, to a membership of over 360,000 men and women in lodges and…

… chapters spanning 36 coun- tries in the free world. While the needs of the times required it to . considerably expand its pro- gram, (its purposes fundamental- Grow Solvent Company, Inc. Industrial…

… Solvents — Thinners — Lacquer — Noptlias Chemicals and Degreasers 14100 Stansbury VE. 7-4554 Cordial Greetings of the Season Elevator Engineering Co. MANUFACTURERS OF PASSENGER and FREIGHT ELEVATORS…

… OIL HYDRAULIC FREIGHT ELEVATORS FOR SERVICE WORK DAYS - NIGHTS - SUNDAYS Call TRinty 2-3000 6511 Lincoln est Inks for a ear of IPeace and grosperity DETROIT BOLT & NUT CO. 4520 MAYBURY GRAND…

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of Brith Hillel Commission elected Staff of the United Nations Truce Dry William Haber, professor of Supervision Organization, met economics at the University of with Israel delegate Joseph Te…

… the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations Commission held at Camp Bnai Brith here. Philip Klutznick, world president of Bnai Brith, presented the medal to Dr. Sachar on his re tirement as chairman of the Com…

… Bisgyer, sec- which Egypt broke off late last retary. Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld month. was re-named national Hillel di- The Burns-Tekoa meeting took rector of the Bnai Brith Hillel place in the wake of

…, Mass. (JTA) — 'Archbishop Richard J. Cushing of Boston dedicated a Catholic chapel this week end on the cam- pus of Brandeis University, Jew- ish sponsored non-sectarian col- lege here. The university

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… attend. Berman. Bldg. auditorium, 18977 Schaefer. Annual reports will be present- Hillel Abrams' ed by Abe Kasle, president of the Hebrew Schools, and.' by Albert Elazar, superintendent. Election of

… Local Congress Council Praises Late Rep. Dingell $100 Luncheon One of many resolutions adopt- ed by local organizations in trib- ute to the late John D. Dingell, 15th District Michigan Repre- sentative…

… to the United States Congress, was that passed at the recent meeting of the Michigan Council, American Jewish Con- gress. The text of the message sent to Rep. Dingell's family by Dr. Leon Fram…

…, president of the Council, states: "The Michigan Council of the American Jewish Congress wishes to convey to you and your family its deep regret at the news of the untimely passing of your beloved husband, Rep…

… altar has been discov- ered by Dr. M. Steckelis of the Hebrew University in a cave not far from the main road between Tel Aviv and Haifa. The altar consisted of several circles, one inside another. Other…

…fraclassah Groups Open Season With Individual Meetings This Week Detroit Chapter of Hadassah will launch initial group meetings' during October. All meetings are to be held in the newly…

…, meeting in the audi- torium of Hadassah House, will view the movie, •"It Could Hap- pen to You." • Tuesday—Russell Woods West, meeting in the Founders Room, also will view "It Could Happen to You," and will…

…. Leslie Schmier will be a take-off on the $64,000 question. -Wednesday—Central East will meet in the Founders Room to see an original skit. "Meeting Our Majors," the first of a series on major Hadassah…

… subjects. Oct. 14—Sherwood and Uni- versity East will hold a member- Israel Cave Bares Prehistoric Altar Dr. Pilch to Address 35th. Annual Meeting of United Hebrew 'Schools TEL AVIV (JTA)—A pre- historic…

… circular altars were pointed in all directions of the compass. Axes -and other tools dating to the middle Stone Age were also found at the site. The site of the new discovery is the same as the place where…

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… students Irving in honor of our team and the Tobocman and Lee Strauss de- other, the annual Snow Ball in signed the sukkah adorning December. Hillel's front entrance on the University of Michigan campus…

… was made at a family dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Miss Tukel is a senior in the University of Michigan school of education. Mr. Turner, a Wayne University graduate, is affiliated with Gamma…

… years ago sukkah-constructors. ordered blackshirts under his Larry Bizer is co-chairman of command, to kill four Jews of Hillel's variety show, "Hillelza- Hirschberg, in Silesia, had his poppin' ", and Sy…

…." One of these wit-: Feb. 18; and numerous other nesses is presently a high official of the Berlin delegation in Bonn. activities. Michigan Musings "We Are Happy to Serve You As We Have for Over 40…

… visiting this country as a guest of the Brazil-Israel Institute of Culture, was also awarded an honorary degree by the University of Brazil in a special ceremony. MISS SARA LEE TUKEL The Very Best In Mr…

… at Reasonable Prices Rep. Celler. considered o n E Mrs, Kate Altman of Israel's staun_ UNiversity 4-0640 chest friends in Congr ess, re- cently returnee from a fact-find- ing tour to the and his Jewish…

…Tales Out of Schoo Sara Tuel Ettkaked Israel Physicians Call Off Strike The engineers demand salaries JERUSALEM (JTA) — A na- To TiTed Neal Turner tion-wide strike of government equal to that of the…

… physicians. . and institution-employed physic- ians was averted by an agree- ment between the Israel govern- ment and the Israel Medical As- sociation. The government grant- ed a number of the doctors' de…

…- mands and agreed to negotiate the others. The negotiations carry a two- week deadline, after which the doctors may declare an immedi- ate strike if they are not satis- fied with results of the bargain…

… are expected to join the strike shortly. "The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of - Posterity."—Disraeti. By By Ronnie Aronson Joni Handleman Central High. • Mumford High Another victory for…

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…, will of fourth annual Jewish Book Fair; Rabbi Max Kapustin, di- be guest speaker. Her topic is rector of Wayne University's "The Life of the Woman in Is- Hillel Foundation; and Dr. Isaac rael." She is…

…. and Mrs. Max Brose, of Cherrylawn Avenue. A De- cember wedding is planned. Mrs. Jackman on Staff Of Elkin Travel Bureau The annual Michigan district conference of the Workmen's Circle has been…

… " FOREVER" Conservatory of Music. Mr. Kap- •FUEL lan attended the University of 11559 Dexter WE. 3-91521 Detroit where he was affiliated with Phi Alpha fraternity. i '225 '4995 i , • TITLED o•7 EDITED…

… the Queen Elizabeth for an extended tour of Europe, which will in- elude England, Holland, Austria and France. In Switzerland, the Kalts will attend the convention of Travel Agents. Mrs. Kalt is…

… affiliated with the Elliott Travel Service. Mr. and "Mrs. L. Barill, of 21961 Gardner, Oak Park, recently honored Mr. and Mrs. M. Wein, of 19467 Woodingham, with a party celebrating the Weins' 32nd wedding…

… anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Taub, of Boston Blvd., left last week aboard the SS United States for Paris. They will leave almost immediately for Israel, where they plan to remain for an extended period…

…. Plight Troth Circle Schedules District Parley MISS MARILYN SMITH Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Smith, of Oak Park, Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn, to Leonard David Brose, son of Mr…

… s e c r e- tary of the Circle, will speak at the opening session. Gebiner He has only recently returned from a tour of Israel and Europe. Gebiner is managing editor of "The Friend" and writes for…

… "Workmen's Circle Call," both Circle publications, and is a writer for the Jewish Daily For- ward. He also is vice-chairman of the Jewish Labor Comimttee, board member of ORT, and is affiliated with the…

… Yiddish Scientific Insti- tute, World Jewish Culture Con- gress and National Community Relations Advisory Committee. Gebiner also conducts a daily news program on New York's station WEVD. Four branches of

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… wealth of cultural oppor- age-wise, among the top scholar- tunities are available to students ship-winning high schools in the on the University of Michigan city. This is in keeping with Cen- campus. tral…

… soprano Teresa Stich-Randall. Both the Choral ■ Union and Extra Concert Series ■ are presented in Hill Auditorium. •••■ Rabbi S. Kaplan, midwest di- ••• rector of Hillel foundations and AM. director of Ohio…

… State UniverSi- ••••• ty's Hillel group, recently spoke to U. of M. students on "They ■■ No Longer Dwell in Booths" in connection with Sukkot. • NEW! Exclusie at Faultless United Nations Week will be A…

… the North End Clinic, the Jewish Home for 308 Fox Bldg. the Aged, the School of Phar- WO 2-4814 - UN. 4-4346 macy at the Hebrew University in Israel, the Allied Jewish Cam- paign, the Coldwater School…

…. Expressions of sym- pathy, best wishes or congratulations are much more effective with a gift basket that speaks for you. Call UNiversity 2-6800.. and CHARGE 111 gr,47- kg kr. - 3205 W Mc.NICHOLS RD. (at…

…Central High Youth Is Boys' Day Official Leonard Mitstone, a 17-year- old Central High School student, was elected City Clerk at a con- vention of 250 delegates from local public and p a r o c h i a…

… l schools and youth agencies. Milstone, of 13531 Dart- mouth, will be one of the youths to reign over Detroit's city 4government on 'Boys' Day, to- j day, at the De- trait City Hall. Boys' Day…

…, Leonard which will cul- minate in the attendance of all young officials at the annual Boy's Town-Catholic Central football game this evening, at Briggs Stadium, was originated in 1952. Tales Out of School…

… "The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees of Posterity."—Disraeli. By Ronnie Aronson Central High Lennie Milstone, of Central, finds himself being greeted in the halls by fellow students as "Mr. Clerk…

…." Lennie was recent- ly elected to the post of city clerk by a mass conclave of boys representing every school in the city at Boy's Day, held Oct. 11, at Veterans Memorial. These boys were given the…

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…, Susie Sofferin, Lois Greenberg, Louetta Hartstein, and Dedee Zechman. A fabulous week-end • was had by _ both Mumford alumni and students at the University of Michigan' homecoming festivities…

….m., Saturday in the Zionist House on Linwood at Lawrence. Rabbi Max Kapustin, director of Hillel at Wayne University, will speak on the "Israeli Student in the American Jewish Communi- ty." Community singing and…

…-president of the Department of Michigan, Jewish War Vet- erans Ladies Auxiliary, an- nounces the completion. of plans for the program to be viewed by the 1600 women attending the Auxiliary's 9th annual donor…

… report the news of Central's activities and special events. Dr. Sachar - Speaks At Dinner-Dance Of Brandeis Men Dr. Abraham L. Sachar, presi- dent of Brandeis University at Waltham, Mass., , will be prin…

…- cipal speaker at the 4th annual Dinner-Dance of the Brandeis university Associates on Nov. '15, in the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. George Golanty, president of the local group which serves as foster alumni…

of the first non- sectarian university under Jew- ish auspices in the country, States that a cocktail hour will begin at 7 p.m., with dinner fol- lowing an hour later. ' Dancing to the music of the…

… years, Golanty said. One of our purposes in existing is to see that it continues to grow, he added. Tickets for the event, the major fund-raising program of the year held by the Brandeis University

…Tales Out of Schoo "The Youth of a Nation are the Trustees Dr. Gruber Here Nov. 8 to Address Hadassah Event of Posterity."—Disraeli. By Ronnie Aronson Central High The result of weeks of work…

… and practice of over - a dozen :seniors will be revealed Nov. 17 and 18; when some • 1700 Cen- tralites, their parents, teachers and alumni see this term's Senior play. The play, "The Curious Sav- age…

…," is a comedy which tells of a middle-aged woman who suddenly finds herself being rail- roaded into a rest home by her family. In addition to_ the cast, students working on the play are Paula Haberman…

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…, a vice-president of the Zionist Organization of America, proposed to the 500 guests that funds raised for the university be earmarked for a library hon- oring Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver. Speakers at the…

… PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS announce the removal of their offices to 3700 Cadillac Tower Detroit 26, Michigan WILLIAM B. ISENBERG, C.P.A. SIDNEY J. NEWMAN, JR., C.P.A. BERNARD R. ISENBERG, C.P.A. JOSEPH E…

… con- structionof .a library at the He- brew University of Jerusalem at a dinner honoring Maxwell Ab- bell, a ,member of President Eis- enhower's Committee on Govern- ment Contract, and Samuel Kat- zin…

…, both Chicago Jewish leaders. This brings the total raised in the current Chicago campaign in behalf of the university to over $700,000. The goal is a millon dollars. At a dinner, Max Bressler of Chicago…

…Service Group to Hear Reports By Caravan. Members at Meeting Morocco Jews Get In their first report to the corn- Rosenwald, general chairman of munity since returning from Is- the UJA, presiding…

…. Besides Mr. rael, members of the Detroit Ser- Harman, who was formerly Is- vice Group Caravan will recount rael's Consul-General in New their experiences abroad at the York, the speakers will include first…

… ing. Milton K. Mahler, Detroit Ser- MiSsion which has just returned vice Group president, invited from an intensive survey of Jew- board members of the seven trade ish needs in Europe and Israel. and…

… professional divisions and the overall DSG board to attend and bring their friends to the meet- • ill mark the begin- ing, which will rung of the second annual series Joseph L. Weinberg, director for the Friday…

… Luncheon Club. Max Osnos, Caravan chairman, of operations of the Community As His Prote cces' Weinbera Wins Carl Pritz Prize will report on his observations in Workshop of Detroit, was an- Israel. Emil T…

…. Stern will speak nounced winner of the Carl M. Pritz Memorial Prize for the out- on industrial development and standing paper presented at the outlook and_ David Safran will Midwestern Regional Conference…

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… reservations with the Name Rabbi Essrig' Midwest Young Israel to Hold Annual Parley Samuel W. Platt, president of Hillel L, Abrams, program chair- Reform Director the Midwest Region of Young man; Mrs. Bertha…

… the states of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois, -(with the exception of Chicago). This area com- prises one of the dozen regions embracing the United States into which the Union, parent body…

… first monthly late Friday Downtown office, 630 Michigan Bldg., or call Mrs. Rae Goldberg, to send their remittance or con- evening service at the Beth secretary, WO. 1-1329, Bloch firmation of

of hospital consultants, director of the course in. hospital administration at the University of Minnesota and for- mer professor of hospital admin- istration at Yale University. He and his associates…

…'s- Council of the Beth Yehudah Schools, announces A. Howard Bloch, a co-chairman of the event. Ticket holders to the dinner at 6 p.m., Nov. 20, in the Latin Quarter, are urged to immediate- ly confirm…

… Grossman and Rabbi Harry Essrig, of Tem- ple Emanuel, Grand Rapids, has been appointed regional direc- tor of the Great Lakes Region of the Union of American He- brew COttgrega- tions, it was an- nounced by…

of over 500 Liberal Jew- ish congregations, is divided. President of the regional council, which conducts activi- ties within the area to be served by Rabbi Essrig, is H. J. By- Ian, former president…

of Temple Emanuel. Israel announces the appointment Mrs. Lillian Glanz, banquet chair- of Marvin Engel as chairman of men; Risha G. Cohen,*.registra- the- annual Midwestern conven- tion chairman. tion…

…, to be held in Detroit on The Young Adults of Young Dec. 30 and 31 and Jan. 1. Israel, headed by Rabbi Gerald Participants at the convention Krakower and Burton Edelman, will include 150 delegates from…

… will be in charge of convention Cleveland, St. Louis, Cincinnati social activities. and Oak Park. Meyer Weiner, Other convention committee president of the National Council members include: Abraham Mat…

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