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October 20, 1961 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-10-20

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ctivities n Society

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roseberg recently were guests of honor
on their 25th wedding anniversary at a' party given by their
nephews and nieces, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Verona and Mr. and
Mrs. Polan at the Pickwick House.
Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bayles and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Seffinger and family returned from . Miami Beach after
attending tthe Bar Mitzvah of Ira Victor, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Victor, formerly of Livonia.
The Rosner Family Club will meet Oct. 29 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bindes, 21650 Parklawn, Oak Park.
The Sherman Family Club will hold a Halloween party in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lorber, who are moving to San Jose,
Calif., Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Sherman of
Warrington Dr.
A bridal luncheon and shower in. honor of Elisheva Gorrelick,
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Benjamin H. Gorrelick, was held
recently at the home of Mrs. Sonia Granader, 17303 'Indiana.
Forty guests attended.
Eliyohu. Garmanik of Ramat Gan, Israel, is visiting relatives
and friends in the United States and Montreal and is now the
house guest of - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Barill, 21961 Gardner, Oak
Park. He was recently entertained at a party given by the
Vladimiritzer Emergency Relief Organization.
Among the prominent supporters of the "Futurism" exhibit
at' the Detroit Institute of Arts are New York art collectors Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Rothschilds and Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Winston
of Birmingham, primary lenders to the exhibition.
Mrs. Harry L. Jones, chairman of the Education Committee
of the Detroit Grand Opera Association, sponsors of the Metropoli-
tan Opera Season in Detroit, recently presided at a luncheon at
which • 20 reports of, activities of the past season and projectiOns*
for 1962 were presented. Among those reporting. was Prof. Jason
Tickton of the Music Department of Wayne State University and
music director at Temple Beth El.
The Kutnick Cousins Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Friedman of Greenlawn
Ave, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kutnick, will speak on •their recent trip
to Israel, where they visited with their daughter, son-in-law and
grandchild and other Kutnick cousins.
An open house buffet dinner was held last week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levy, 186'51 Roselawn, in-honor of their
son, Robert Blair, who celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at Cong. Beth
Yehudah.

Pontiac Percussionist Joel Thome Joins Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra; Signs One-Year Contract

By SHARYANNE WINER
Joel Thome, a 22-year-old
graduate of the Eastman School
of Music, is the first Michigan
resident to join the famed Is-
rael Philharmonic Orchestra.
"I -have never seen such a
music crazy
country," t h e
percussionist
said in a _re-
cent letter to
his parents,
Dr. and Mrs .
Maurice
0 4 0
Thorne, 1040
James K S i . ,
Pontiac.
That the Is
Joel Thome ,
people
are appreciative of good music
is evident in their treatment of
musicians. Thome's one year
contract with the Israel Phil-
harmonic began Sept. 8 with
a jet flight to Tel Aviv. His
home in that city is a seven
room apartment provided by
the government.
The holder of the coveted
performers certificate as a tym-
panist, usually not earned until
the completion of Master's de-

Medical College
to Erect Cohen
Research Bldg.

Says Emotionally Disturbed Try to
Destroy• Others, Cling to Prejudice

A prominent psychoanalyst at
Colunibia University's Medical
school has found that emotion-
ally disturbed people frequently
cling to rigid prejudices to fight
off mental breakdownS. "But,
often, prejudice aggravates the
emotional affliction it is meant
to relieve," he said.
Dr. Nathan Ackerm
professor of psyc
esearch
bia Universi
psychology of
specialist •
ionships, stresses
family
quality of famil life
that
to
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Committee.
Noting that the harm inflicted
on the victim of prejudice is
obvious, Dr. Ackerman points
out, on the basis of clinical evi-
dence, that "no less malignant"
is the effect suffered by the
er. "Clinical observation sug-
hat harboring prejudice
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dama
self, respect, induces
igidity essens the capacity to
tolerate anxiety, weakens the
sense o reality and reduces the
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human relations."
t all prejudices, however,
symptoms of mental disorder,
r. Ackerman says. Emotionally
healthy people may have a wide
range of likes and dislikes, but
they have no need to fortify
themselves by tenaciously cling-
ing to prejudices which tear
down- other persons or groups.
Emotionally ill persons, on the
other hand, to save themselves
from cracking up, try to destroy
someone else.

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The Yivo Institute for Jewish
Research in New York is pre-
paring a comprehensive exhibi-
tion on the life and times of the
Yiddish poet Morris Rosenfeld
(1862-1923) for the approaching
centenary of his birth.
Rosenfeld was possibly the
best known Yiddish poet - in
America, for as early as .1898
Prof. Leo Wiener, of Harvard
University, translated his poetry
into English, under the title
"Songs of the Ghetto."
In subsequent years other
translations appeared.
Yivo appeals to all possessors
of Rosenfeld materials to donate
them or lend them for the exhi-
bition.
For information write to Yivo
Institute for Jewish Research,
1048 Fifth Avenue, New York
28, N.Y.

WILLIAM and
- SOPHIE COHEN

gree requirements, Thome au-
ditioned for the Philharmonic
when it appeared in Rochester,
N.Y., earlier this year. An in-
vitation to join the orchestra
soon followed and, eager to ac-
cept, he decided to delay his
graduate studies for one year.
A bachelor, Thome has had no
difficulty making friends in
Israel, although he does not yet
speak Hebrew. • He has also be-
come friendly with the Israeli
relatives of Mrs. Nathan Hersch-
field, wife of the rabbi of Temple
Beth Jacob in Pontiac.
Thome completed his de-
gree requirements at the Uni-
versity of Rochester within
three years. His musical
career began, at the age of
four when his grandfather
taught him to play drums. At
seven he began piano lessons,
disliking it at first but soon
showing such apptitude that
Edith Davis, who is known
for accepting only gifted chil-
dren, began to instruct him.
Training er eus
chool
e Pont*
bega •
which boasted many
Sy-
music teachers.
hile still a high school stu-
ent Thome po ed two
pieces for perc
now being t a
schools thr
During hi irst year
man, Thome orga
me •r

Last summer Thome attended
the Marboro Music Festival , in
Vermont where as one of two
students invited to join mem-
bers of New York and Pennsyl-
vania orchestras, he performed
chamber music under the di-
rection of Rudolph Serkin.
In the summer of 1962, 'when
Thome's contract with the Israel
Philharmonic O r c h e-s t r a is
ended, he may accept an invita-
tion to return to the Marboro
festival. Then, it will be back to
school for the talented musician
to complete his graduate
studies.

3 Councils Join NCRAC -
The National Community Re-
lations Advisory Council an-
nounced the admission to mem-
bership of three additional com-
munity councils. They are the
Central Florida Jewish Com-
munity Council, Orlando, Fla.;
United Jewish Fund and Coun-
cil of Columbus, 0., and Wy-
Valley Jewish Commit-
tee,
es-Barre, Pa.

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