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December 01, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-12-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, December 1, 19 61 —

Einstein Lodge Israel
Hanukah Event Dec. 9

Albert Einstein L o d g e and
Chapter, Bnai Brith, will spon-
sor their annual Salute to Israel
Hanukah Cabaret at 8:30. p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 9.
Emil Cohen, humorist, will
be the guest star at the pro-
gram in Young Israel Center of
Oak - Woods, 24061 Coolidge.
The affair is on behalf of Israel
Bonds. Admission is free and
refreshments and a social hour
will follow the program.
Sam Freedman sis president
of Einstein Lodge and Louis
Baker is the Israel Bond chair-
man. Mrs. Anzel Gun is presi-
dent of Einstein Chapter with
Mrs. Louis Levinson, I s r a el
Bond chairman.
Einstein, which has a mem-
bership of about 300, composed
almost 100 per cent of survival's
of the Nazi holocaust, has won
renown for its activities on be-
half of Israel, Isreal Bonds and
- other Bnai Brith projects.

Continents Meet at Bar-Ilan;
Annual Dinner Set for Dec. 13

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Hillel Foundation of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and the U-M
Department of Neat Eastern
Studies will host Dr. Nelson
Glueck, president of Hebrew
Union College—Jewish Institute
of Religion, Monday and Tues-
day, in a series of addresses

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the Ann Arbor residents and the
University. of Michigan students
and facility to hear Dr. Glueck's
lectures,

DR. NELSON GLUECK

You'll also enjoy regular
Horowitz-Margareten
Gefilte Fkh
in jumbo or snack-size
portions ... with clear or
jelled sauce... tops in taste!

Made'hy the bakers of

"THE MATZOH WITH THE TASTE"

and other Kosher foods

OSHER
ZION

Happy Hanukah

featuring the year's Zwerdling
Lectures in the Old Testament
Studies.
On Monday, at 4:15, p.m., Dr.
Glueck will speak at Angeli Hall
on the subject "The Bible and
History."
Monday evening he'll speak at
the Hillel Foundation on the
subject "The Negev and Geo-
politics."
Tuesday, at 4:15 p.m., again in
Angell Hall, he will speak on the
subject "Explorations in the
Land of Zin."
The Zwerdling Lecture Series
were established in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Osias Zwerdling, pio-
neer Ann Arbor residents.
Detroiters are invited to join



U.S.
INSPECTED
PM PASSED BY
DEPARTMENT OF
AGRIOITURE

BONN, (JTA)—East German
Communists, led by two former-
ly prominent Nazi functionaries,
have been trying for years to
tighten relations with 'West Ger-
man rightists, militarists, former
SS officers and ex-leaders of the
Hitler Youth Movement, accord-
ing to a 10-year study made by
a prominent West German jour-
nalist, Manfred Jenke.
Jenke states that, among the
East German ex-Nazis at work in
the efforts to form a "national
front" for the reunification of
Germany are Vinzenz Muller,
formerly the chief of Hitler's
"People's Police," and Werner
Schaefer, a Hitler SS and SA
leader who was first Nazi com-
mander of the Oranienburg con-
centration camp.
The East German Communists,
Jenke says, have given financial
support to various West German
right-wing extremist publications
like "International Military Cor-
respondence" and "Nationale
Rundshau."

Center Theater Holds
Tryouts for 'Waltz'

The Jewish Center Theater- an-
nounces tryouts for the forth-
coming production of- "Anniver-
sary Waltz" will be held 8:30
p.m. Dec. 7, at 2 p.m. Dec. 10,
and at 8:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at the
Center, 18100 Meyers.
I The show will be directed by
I Vic Hurwitz and will be present-
' ed Feb. 10, 11, 17 and 18.

EST ..I

Mather is out
Buying

THE SIGN OF QUALITY!

KOSHER ZION

GREENFIELD

---

SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO

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GOCERIES, RESTAURANTS,
MA RXETS

DEUCA TESSENS AND SUPER

East German Ex-Nazis
Trying to Join Western
Rightists, Study Reveals

-

de luxe...truly delicious!

to

Univer-
Continents meet in scholastic harmony at B ar-
sity, in Ramat Gan,' Israel. TypiCal of the wide v ety of the
greetings in
student body at the university is the exchange
ght), son of
this photo by 20-year-old Fetegu Tadesse
e nt, Zvi Luz,
Ethiopia's Finance Minister, and a fellow-s
e sset. Tadesse
30-year-old son of the Speaker of the Israel
H e is one o
enrolled in the department of social scienc
e continent
many students at the Israel university fro
representing a growing number of fledglin
f rom Afric
s of Bar-I1
republics. The annual banquet of Detroit Fri
University
University will be held at Latin Quarter on De
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Four healthy portions' 1W:-

Israel Army De lops
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NEW YORK (JTA)---Ashes of
3,000 Jews from the town of
Drobnin, Poland, who were
gassed and cremated by the
Nazis at Auschwitz during World
War II, were interred on the
burial grounds of the Drobniner
Benevolent
iners were
witz, except th
t for heavy labd:
One of the survivors,
David Feffer of the Jewis
logical Semi
to
Ausch *tz

TEL AVIV, (JTA The Is-
rael Army Supply Cor has de-
veloped a refined motor
for
all land vehicles including
sels, Col. Zvi Tamir, chief of
the corps, revealed.
He said this fuel has another
useful quality in that it main-
tains its octane strength over
extended periods. He reported
that the new fuel_ already was
in use in_ motorized units of the
Israeli defense force.

Dr. Glueck Gives Lectures in
n
Arbor Dec. 4, 5 on Old Testament

itz-

BOSTON, (JTA)—Three gifts
of $100,000 each were an-
nounced by Irving W. Rabb,
chairman of the Beth Israel
Hospital development commit-
tee.
The money was pledged by
the family of the late Philip
Smith, the Elm Farm Founda-
tion and the family of A. M.
Sonnabend. The funds will
used to strengthen the hos
services in radiology, th
erg-
ency unit, and the eye
-nose-
throat clinic, he said

– •• ••••:"

`Hope' Mr. & Mrs. Meet

The City of Hope Mr.' and
Mrs. Group 282 will meet 8:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lipson, 19500
Ardmore. Final tabulations of
the leukemia letter project
will be made.

Boston Jewish Hospital Ashes of Nazi Victims
Gets Gifts to Develop Interred in New York

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