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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, October 20, 1961 —

AJC Leader Draws
Parallel Between
Reds and Extremists

There is a marked similarity
between the U.S. right wing
movement and the Communist
movement, it was charged by
Edwin J. Lukas, national affairs
director for the American Jew-
ish Committee, at a recent meet-
ing of the organization's Detroit
Chapter.
"The extreme right wing move-
ment in America," said Lukas,
."is startlingly similar in goals
and methods to the Communist
movement, despite the claims of
ultra right wing leaders that
Communism is their primary tar-
get.
"For example, many right wing
movements would have this
country withdraw, from the Unit-
ed Nations; this would of course
destroy that organization, which
is one of Soviet Russia's goals.
The extremists would dissolve
NATO; so would the Communists.
The right wing groups would
have this country terminate all
foreign aid; this also Soviet Rus-
sia would want the United States
to do.
These are but a few of many
startling parallels between the
aims of the extremists and the
very Communist ideology which
they oppose."

Sandra Stark Will
[Fed Allen Finn
- -
-
- .

MISS SANDRA STARK

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stark
of George Washington Ave.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Sandra, to Allen Finn, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finn of Coyle
Ave. A March 31 wedding. is
planned.

Assembly's Chaplain4
Board Issues Call to
42 Rabbis for Service

NEW YORK, Forty-two mem-
bers of the Rabbinical Assem-
bly of Anierica received, last
week, a variant of the invitation
which Uncle Sam has recently
sent to thousands of reservists.
There where two striking dif-
ferences.
The clergymen addressed
were not members of the active
reserve, and their wires came
neither from the United States
Government nor from the Army,
but from the Rabbinical Assem-
bly's Chaplaincy Availability
Board, over the signature of its-
chairman, Rabbi Max • Zucker,
of Temple Emanuel, . Passaic,
N.J.
Knowing that a larger mili-
tary force -would require more
chaplains, officials of the Chap-
laincy Board agreed that the
opportunity for service should
be extended to rabbis who had
not previously served in the
armed forces. •
Such a decision would also
spare those who had already
served two or more years from
a second interruption of their
professional careers, a consider-
ation that, in the face of the
current shortage of rabbis, was
as important for the congrega-
tions they serve as for the men
themselves.

.

EUGENE EPSTEIN

. . A WORD ABOUT

CITY OF HOPE

One of the City of Hop&s
pilot contributions has
been its emphasis on
"family - ce " medi-
cine, an
: •ac
h
consi
/the patient n .
as
isolated ituk„yidua
b as part of his family.
the case of elderly Mr.
d Mrs. L., the pattern
•f treatment was family-
centered not onl
by
choice but by n
ity,
for not long of er
L.
was admitted t.
ity
of Hope wit
s ious
chest diso •
s wife
became a c c
atient
at the Mel c. Center . .
Husband
wife bot
under
E u :cry, a
made ,a
ua 1 recove
He
.t
me irst,
by the t.
his wife
s
ready
discharge, on
the pil
me
are
Program, he was
ell
enough to help ca
for
her . . . The lovi
care
and concern wh .
had
done so much o keep
their hope all
and to
'd their tr
ent, now
d one more
"spec service for this
sorely stricken couple.
Now, because throat sur-
gery had affected her
voice, she- was shy and
afraid to meet people .. .
The Home Care "team"
—doctor, nurse, everyone
— pitched in to boster
Mrs. L's courage, to help
her overcome- this • diffi-
cult emotional problem.

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Honor Dr. Jacob Kohn
on His 80th Birthday

LOS ANGELES, (JTA)—The
80th birthday and the 55th
year in the rabbinate of Dr.
Jacob Kohn, dean of the Grad-
uate School of the University
of Judaism and Rabbi Emeritus
of the Sinai Temple, was cele-
brated here at a banquet at
which Dr. Simon Greenberg,
president of the University of
Judaism, was the principal
speaker.
The event also marked com-
pletion by Dr. Kohn of his
latest book -"The Evolution -of
Man as a Revelation of God."
A bust of Dr. Kohn is • now
being readied by the noted
sculptor and - neuro-surgeon Dr.
Emil Seletz.
Among those who partici-
pated in paying tribute to Dr.
Kohn at the dinner were Rabbi
Israel Chodos of Sinai Temple;
Rabbi Marvin Bornstein, presi-
dent - of the Pacific Southwest
Region of the Rabbinical As-
sembly; Dr. David Aronson,
past president of the Rabbini-
cal Assembly of America; Dr.
Alfred Gottschalk,, dean- of the
College of Jewish Studies, He-
brew Union College; Rabbi'
Jacob Pressman of Temple
Beth Am, and Dr. David' Lieber
of the University of Judaism.

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Theodore Bikel Tops
Lineup of Stars in
Folk Music Festival

The versatile Theodore Bikel
turns to his talents as a folk-
singer and guitarist to head
the impressive lineup of talent
at the Festival of Folk Music
8:15 p.m. Saturday at Cobo Con-
vention Arena.
Featured with Bikel will be
such other top names in folk-
dom as Odetta, the Weavers, the
Irish-born
Clancy Broth-
ers with Tom-
my Makem,
and the Afri-
can singer-
drummer, Ola-
tunji.
The one-
night festival
w i 11 benefit
the Archives
of American
Art, a nation-
a 1 - organiza- Bike.I
tion headquartered in Detroit
and devoted to the collection
of documents and correspond-
ence concerning American art-
ists.
Until a few weeks ago, Bikel
had been busy as Mary Martin's
leading man in "The Sound of
Music" on Broadway.
He first came to this coun-
try on his merits as an actor.
Singing songs from 20 lands
in their 'native tongue, Bikel is
internationally renowned as a
folksinger and his one-man con-
certs have consistently drawn
crowds wherever they have
been held.
•Bikel sings in Hebrew, Irish,
Ukranian, Zulu, Greek and var-
ious dialects of • Spanish, has
recorded albums as "Folk
Songs of Israel," "Jewish Folk
Songs," "Songs of a Russian
Gypsy," and the all-encompass-
ing "Folk Songs from Just
About Everywhere."
He earned an Academy Award
nomination as the soft-spoken
Southern sheriff in "The De-
fiant Ones."
Born in Vienna, Bikel spent
the first 14 years of his life
there, then moved with his fam-
ily to Israel, where his
is a director of
public
health service. Bi
co-founded
the Israel Cha
r Theatre in
1944.

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United Hebrew Schools Auxiliary
Marks 40th Anniversary at Donor

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The United Hebrew Schools
Women's . Auxiliary is making
plans for its annual donor
luncheon, to be held Nov. 15,
which will celebrate the organi-
zation's 40th anniversary. In
chargé of the affair are, from
left (seated), Mesdames. Mitch-
ell Feldman, luncheon chair-
man; Mayer Stewart, ticket co-
chairman; Irving Palman, seat-
ing arrangements; Joseph Rodd,
printing; (standing) Rubin
Saywitz, ticket ,co-chairman;
and Joseph Horowi c treasurer.
The 40th anniver y of the
Woman's Aux'
of t
United
ho will
celebrat
annual don,
luncheon
ov.
at the Ada
Shalom S
ogue, a
nces
Mrs. Mitc
Feld
man of the uhc

Opera and concert artist
Marilyn Cotlow will be the star
attraction at the affair. Pro-
ceeds will be allocated to
scholarships for students at-
tending H e b r e w speaking
camps, for teacher training at
the Midrasha and for implemen-
tation of the school library.
The steering committe
ing with Mr Feldma
sists
of Mesd
s Mey:
tewart,
co-cha .
of
ts; Irving
Pal
seatin • , rrangements;
Jos
Rod. .rinting; Rubin
Saywi
t
urer.
Mr
ry Oberstein is co-
of the luncheon; Mrs.
Wyzan am chair-
Mrs.
aacs and
s. Ca
e decora-
ions -
ren, pub-
li



Hebrew A
Plans New

The Parent
tion of the
meet 8:30
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idge, Oa
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answe
dren's prog
coming year

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ated.

Bureau of Commercial
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000 to tudy the problems fish
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1962.

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itute f. a
en-year program of r: -arch
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ice. • g the disease.
Arnold
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surge

the hospital,
is directin e program. He has
done cancer research under
grants, from the National Can-
cer Institute since 1946. •
The new grant will permit ex-
perimentation with new drugs
designed and prepared in col-
laboration with the Chemical Re-
search Division of the Army
Research and Development La-
boratories.

Bnai David Couples
Hold Games Night

Bnai David Mr. and Mrs. Club
will hold a games night to open
its membership drive 8:30 p.m.
Sunday at the synagogue, 24350
.Southfield, Southfield. Prizes will
be feature&
Those interested in joining the
club are invited to attend.

Teen Dems to Hear
Talk by Cavanagh

Northwest Detroit Teen Dem-
ocrats invite the public to at-
tend a meeting featuring Jer-
ome P. Cavanagh, candidate
for mayor, as guest speaker,
7:30 p.m. today at 2454 Long-
fellow.

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