THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, May 6, 1960 —
The Suburban Community
Israel Anniversary Event
Is Inspiring and Reassuring
Bnai Moshe Slates
Panel on Children,
Special Friday Rites
Technion to Train
High School Teachers
System for Jews A curriculum for the peda-
gogic training of high school
in Grosse Pointe teachers in mathematics, phys-
State officials this week
seemed determined to get to
the bottom of a point system
employed by real estate dealers
in Grosse Pointe to bar "certain
undesirables" from residence in
that suburban area.
In daily hearings before At-
torney General Paul L. Adams
and Corporation and Security
Commissioner Lawrence Gubow,
it was revealed that a Jew wish-
ing residence in Grosse Pointe
must register 85 points in a
questionnaire, while others need
only 50 points.
Other groups vary from 55 to
65 points, while none are regis-
tered for either Negroes or
According to Paul Maxon,
secretary to the Grosse Pointe
Brokers Association, which is
accused of adopting the point
system, there is a special cate-
gory for Jewish buyers.
Maxon assured, however, that
a Jew like Einstein or even a
Negro like Ralph Bunche
would have little difficulty ob-
taining a home in the Pointe
because they have achieved
Other Jews, he indicated, are
rated on their. names. If the
name is Feingold, they would
rate no points. If it was Ameri-
canized to Smith, the family
would score two points each for
husband and wife.
Club membership also was
deemed important, and a Jew
could accumulate as much as 14
points in this category if he be-
longed to a non-Jewish club.
Here; his acceptance by Gen-
tiles is already proven.
The state hearings will con-
tinue while some 25 people in-
volved in . the point system are
questioned by the Attorney
ics, chemistry and in the tech-
nological subjects was intro-
duced at the Haifa Technion. It
is open to fourth year students
and graduates, and extends over
one year. The course has been
launched in view of the acute
shortage of high school teach-
ers, especially in the field of
science, and will be conducted
in cooperation with the Minis-
try of Education, which has
shown a keen interest in the
project and is financing part of
A meeting of the Bnai Moshe
interested in Israel then, and Men's Club at 8:30 p.m., Mon-
By the Oak-Woodser
Just as we gain spiritual sus- that we are still vitally con- day, in the synagogue social
tenance by reading of the Ex- cerned with Israel's problems hall, will feature a panel dis-
cussion on the recent White
odus from Egypt from our Pass- and her progress.
It was pleasant to have a gay House Conference on Children
over Haggadah, so do we find in-
spiration in celebrating the an- community celebration with few and Youth by some of the De-
overtones of threats or immed- troit delegates.
niversary of Israel's re-birth.
iate danger marring the festiv-
Among the guest panelists
In the passages we read from ities.
will be Mary Ravitz, a senior
the Haggadah, we find new
While Jewry everywhere is at Cody High School, Sam Rab-
meaning each year, and so it is keenly aware that Arab hos- inovitz, of the Michig . Youth
when we pause to pay tribute tility has not diminished, Commission, and Norbert Rein-
to the heroism of a staunch there is no concern that open stein, of the Tuberculosis and
group of Israelis who had to warfare may erupt at any Health Society. A question and
fight and to die to assure the time. And even if it should, answer period will follow.
existence of the Jewish home- men like Ambassador Comay
A special late Friday evening
land, even after it was created give assurance that the Is-
service will be held by the con-
by the United Nations.
raelis will be able to take gregation at 8:15 p.m., May 13,
This year, as in previous
care of it.
in its main sanctuary on Ten
years since the establishment
Just continue sharing with us Mile Rd. at Kenosha, Oak Park,
THAT THEY NOW CARRY
of the country, we know that the building of the state, the according to Stephen Lanyi,
LESLIE LLOYD, DU MONT and
a completely independent Is- Ambassador asks, and we will president of the congregation.
rael is not a reality, and yet make certain of its existence. If
FASHIONBUILT CLOTHING.. .
The 12-man Bnai Moshe choir
we see substantial gains being the Arabs think by blockade, will be honored during this
AND HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
made, and we know that even- boycott or threat they are put- service, Rabbi Moses Lehrman,
LARGE SELECTION OF
tually this will become fact.
ting Israel out of business, they spiritual leader, will preach on
The part that American Jews are mistaken.
"The Joy of Serving—A Lost
WASH AND WEAR SUITS.
have played in Israel's growth
And, you know, he's quite Art?", and recently elected of-
was emphasized by Michael convincing!
ficers of the Men's Club will be
CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED
Comay, Israel's Ambassador to
installed by Rabbi Lehrman.
the United Nations, who spoke `I Remember Daughter' Following the service, refresh-
ments will be served by the
at the 12th anniversary festivi-
• TUXEDO RENTALS
ties Sunday night, at Adas Sha- Skit Highlights Meeting sisterhood.
Newest Styles and Colors
Sisterhood of Cong. Bnai
Perfect Individual Fitting
What we are living through Moshe will hold its annual
today, he said, is one of the membership meeting at 12:30 U.S. Firm Invests
most exciting chapters in Jew- p.m. Monday at the synagogue, $3.5 Million in Israel
ish history. We are actually part Mrs. Norbert Reinstein, mem-
Israel Investors Corp., a New
of it. Our descendants will ask, bership chairman, announces.
York firm headed by Samuel
200, 300, 500 years from now,
A skit, "I Remember Daugh-
how it was to be alive in that ter," will be presented by the Rothberg, of Peoria, Ill., has
invested $3,500,000 in seven of
Choral Group, with Cantor the largest concerns in Israel,
The Israeli Ambassador Louis Klein directing and Mrs.
flashed back to the year 1947 Elliot Raskin accompanying at
when there was such a hubbub the piano. Mrs. Carl Greenberg -Horn, director of the Israel In-
of excitement surrounding the
The major shares of the in-
discussions of the Palestine
Mrs. Oscar Spilkin, president, vestment went to Fertilizers
Partition in the United Nations.
11 to 3 P.M.
Comay explained that wher-
The most difficult thing in
ever he went people kept asking, Freedman chairman of the day, the country's largest industrial
him, because he was a repre- who, with her committee, will plant, and Tri-Continental Pipe- life is to know yourself.
lines, now constructing the 16-
sentative of the Jewish nation, serve a luncheon.
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will inch Eilat to Haifa oil pipe-
about the chances of a state be-
ing established. And in New welcome the new members, line.
Other Israel based firms in
York, he added, there are, of and Mrs. Moses Lehrman will
Fresh Home-Made Food and Appetizers Daily
course, many Jews to ask this lead in community singing with which the investors are actively
. . . and Tray Catering—Call or Visit
"One day, a cabbie named this occasion.
OAK MANOR KOSHER
Al Airlines, the Dead Sea Bro-
Rosenberg picked me up at
CATERING AND CARRY-OUT CO.
Flushing Meadow as I came Polio Clinic Set Thursday
Corp. and Bank Leumi Invest-
from a UN session. I was tired
and didn't feel like conversa- at Cong. Beth Shalom
Under Supervision of the Vaud Harabonim
Cong. Beth Shalom, as a pub-
tion. When he asked me where
I was from, I told him South lic service to South Oakland Bnai David to Present
County residents, is sponsoring
,."South Africa," he repeated. a polio clinic from 6 to 9 p.m., `Night of Stars,' June 4
"Well tell me, - what do youse Thursday, in the synagogue
A "Night of Stars," featuring
South Africans think of the social hall, 14601 Lincoln, Oak some of this country's most
popular acts of entertainment,
Has the finest selection of beautiful
The point of the story was will be given at $1 per innocu- is planned by Cong. Bnai David
cut flowers, corsages and plants for Mother.
that Jews in this country were lation.
at 9 p.m., June 4, at the Ford
Highlighting the evening will
REMEMBER MOTHER ON HER DAY!
be comedian Alan King and the
BY HENRY LEONARD
popular Barry Sisters. Also on
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the program will be the Ye-
menites, a dance group; Stan
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Herschel Leib and his orchestra.
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FOR THE BEST IN KOSHER CATERING
THE OAK PARK - ROSE SHOP
Sol Littman to Speak
at Sisterhood Meeting
"What Would You Do?", an
address by Sol Littman, of the
Bnai B r i t h Anti-Defamation
League, will be featured at a
regular meeting of Cong. Beth
Shalom Sisterhood, at 8:30
p.m., Wednesday, in the syna-
gogue social hall, 14601 Lincoln,
The slate of officers for 1960-
61 will be presented for ap-
proVal to the membership.
Hold Rummage Sale
'9 still can't figure out how Noah
got all those animals into it ..."
Copr. 1959, Leonard Pririkin
The Sisterhood of Cong. Beth
Shalom is holding its semi-an-
nual rummage sale at 11736
Dexter. Donations will be used
toward the completion of the
synagogue kitchen, on Lincoln
Rd., Oak Park. For pick-ups
contact Mrs. Milton Handel-
man, LI 5-8960.
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