:Cleveland Jewish News; :Dec 11, 1964; :Front page; :1


Sachar Calls for Jewish Life Buill on Knowledge; Mrs. Einstein Receives 1964 Essen man Award


An Initiator of Social Betterment Projects for Over Fifty Years

By a Jewish News Reporter

Recipient of the Charles Eisenman Award at the 61st annual meeting of the Jewish Community Federation was Mrs. Jac L.. Einstein, prime mover of a series of projects for social betterment over a periocLof more than 50 years. For many years a leader in the Council of Jewish Women, both locally and nationally, Mrs. Einstein inspired a wide range of Council projects, including the Thrift Shop and the Golden Age Lounge.

1st Anniversary This Week For the past ten years she has devoted her energies to working

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A Jewish News interview with Mrs. Einstein appears on Page 7.

for the precedent-setting Council Gardens apartment project, bringing to fulfillment her dream of a residence for older men and women of moderate means who could live in, an atmosphere of dignity, independence, and companionship The first anniversary of the establishment, of Council Gardens will be celebrated this week.

    The Eisenman Award was conferred by a committee consisting of Edward H. deConingh, Dr. T. Keith Glennan, Raymond S. Livingstone, William C. Treuhaft, and M. E. Glass, chairman. Mr. Treuhaft made the presentation at the meeting. . . ¦

    The award consists of a framed testimonial and a check, which this year amounted to $500. Mrs. Einstein, in accepting the award, stated that she was donating tho check to the Council Gardens for use in projects not provided in its budget. THE PRESENTATION: Mrs. Jac L. Einstein receives Eisen-. man Award testimonial from William C. Treuhaft, distinguished Jewish communal leader and member of the Award committee.

    FOR PRESIDENTIAL SERVICE: Mr. and Mrs. M._ E. Glass receive sliver Sabbath tray from Rnfobi Armond Cohen, annual dinner chairman. Mr. Glass is completing three yean* lis presidnt of the JWIHII Community Federation. .