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November 04, 1960 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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Rosenwald Post JWV,
Socialites Announce
Vets Day Open House

Veterans Day will be cele-
brated at a community-wide
"open-house" 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in the ballroom of Cong.
Beth Abraham, "Seven Mile at
Greenlawn, under the joint
auspices of Detroit Socialites
and the Julius Rosenwald Post,
JWV.
It will mark the third time
in as many years that the two
organizations have collaborated
in the presentation of this
annual public celebration.
Ceremonies by the uniformed
color guard, under bugler Wil-
liam- C. Tibbs, will be followed
by the vocal selections of con-
cert soprano Marion Bates. She
will be accompanied on the
piano by the well-known choral
director, Dan Frohman. Solos on
the violin will be performed by
Detroit's 16 - year - old virtuoso
Richard Luby, and a selection
of cantorials will f ollow by
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman.
Commander Daniel L. Lassi-
ter, U.S. Navy executive officer,
will deliver the principal ad-
dress.
The social hour will include
refreshments and dancing.

Bar Hiyya Linked to Aristotle
Abraham Bar Hiyya, a mediev-
al Jewish philosopher, is termed
the first Jewish Aristotelian in a
new book, "Judaism as a Philos-
ophy," written by Dr. "Leon D.
Stitskin, professor of Jewish
philosophy at Yeshiva University.

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Only Michigan Student at Technion
Shares Studies with Tanganyikan



Daniel Litvin, the only Michigan student at the Israel
Institute of Technology (Technion), in Haifa, is shown here
with Beda Jonathan Aniuli, a Technion student from Tangan-
yika. Beda . is a freshman student •in architecture. Daniel is
a second year student in mathematics. Beda's native language
is Swahili, and Daniel's medium of expression is, of course,
English. The two find a common language in Hebrew, s and
conduct their studies jointly where their courses overlap. The
African .student has graduated from a five-month Ulpan course
and has. mastered Hebrew sufficiently to enable him to pursue
his studies. Daniel, son of Mr: and Mrs. Paul Litvin, of 23610
E. Scott Blvd., Mt. Clemens, active Technion workers, and
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Baruch Litvin, prominent Orthodox
leaders, is a graduate of the Chicago Jewish Academy.

On April 18, Adams disclosed
that h ad received information
a "point system" of
me buyers as to na-
ace and religion.
omised action against
e Pointe Property Own-
ociation and the Grosse
Realty Association who
ntly administered the screen-
ing system.
The promise of action material-
ized in the internationally famous
Grosse Pointe hearing conducted
May before Corporation and
curities Commissioner Gubow,
.ch resulted in the order - to
don the screening system. It
led to the formulation of
e 9 which seeks to prevent
crimination activity by Real-
s.
Adams personally; served as le-
gal' advisor to Corporation and
Securities Commissioner Gubow,
and was present throughout the
hearings. Members of Adams'

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Attorney General Paul L. Adams
nded for G.P. Realty Action

Attorney General,
s, was the first
official to accuse
s of "morally cor-
mination against po-
meowners in Grosse
fashionable Detroit sub-

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to Hear Ch
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Impres

staff were placed at Gubow's dis-
posal.
The concern of the Attorney
General's office with civil rights
matters has been exemplified
further by activity in the field of
resort discrimination. The Attor-
ney General's department stays
on the alert for phrases such as
"restricted Gentile clientele,"
"no Kosher food served," and
"we maintain the right to select
our guests." These have been,
traditionally, the "tip-off" of a
discriminatory guest policy, as
well as illegal under the Michi-
gan Fair Accommodations Act.
This year, two resorts in Ber-
rien County, which ignored re-
peated requests from the local
prosecutor to eliminate injurious
material from their advertising,
were deprived of the services and
bulletin of the subsidized Western
Michigan Tourist Association, on
the advice of the Attorney Gen-
eral. •- - -
In view of the discretionary
matters involved in many issues,
the determination of the Attorney
General's office to root out acts of
discrimination is crucial in the
protection of minority group
rights in• Michigan, his friends
and supporters declare.

Traveling Theater
Presents'-Pinnochio'

The , Traveling Theater's pro-
duction of "Pinnochio," will be
the opening attraction of the
Jewish Center's Omnibus, at 1:30
and 3 p.m., Sunday in the DeRoy
Theater, 18100 Meyers Road-.
The Traveling Playhouse is a
New York company, making its
home in the 92nd Street YM-
YWHA. It received a $2,000
grant from the Rockefeller Foun-
dation to develop a children's
theatre of professional quality
and is led by veteran Broadway
producer Kay Rockefeller.

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and His Orchestra

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