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February 02, 1962 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-02

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I WOW

BY HENRY LEONARD

CONGREGATION

ABRAHAmi

312

Copr. 1962, Dayenu Productions

A new collection of "Dayenu" cartoons by Henry Leonard
titled "Never on Shabbas!" will be released in March by
Crown Publishers. The book will sell for $1. "Dayenu" is a
regular feature in The Jewish News, and in 50 other English-
Jewish newspapers throughout the world. The true-to-life
satires are favorites of Jews everywhere. The latest collection
will be larger than the artist's first, "Open Your Mouth and
Say `Oy'."

Dr. Neuman Announces Dropsie. Scholarships

Dropsie College, Philadelphia,
announces, for the academic
year 1962-1963, fellowships rang-
ing from an annual value of
$600 to $1,000 each. These are
available to qualified graduate
students who are candidates for
advanced degrees in Hebrew
and interrelated Semitic dis-
ciplines, education, and in the,

If you like
CHEESE
KREPLACH

language and area studies of
the modern and contemporary
Middle East.
Candidates are invited to
write for further information
to the Registrar, Dropsie Col-
lege, Broad and York Streets,
Philadelphia 32.
The Middle East Institute of
Dropsie College also has an-
nounced fellowships ranging in
value from $600 to $1,000 an-
nually, to qualified students
who are candidates for the M.A
and Ph.D. degrees in the la
guages and area studies of
Modern and Contemporar
d-
dle East. Applications
ould
be submitted before
ch 15.
Fifty courses will
offered
at the Dropsie Col
, during
the spring semest
according
to Abraham A. N
an, presi-
dent of the colle
The spring sem
r will open
Tuesday. Registr
n will be
held Monday.

Foundation to Set
Network of Culture
Centers for Arabs

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ender
'lied with
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che- soned the real Ital-
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much thriftier, too—costs only
about 15c per serving!

Italian Libertine
Salvatore Anau, a scion of

"LETTER BOX"

Questions Wisdom of
Clay Addressing UJA

be a simple thing for you to
acknowledge that fact and
your mistake in seeking to
deny it so vehemently and
speaking so abusingly of me
for stating it.
As for the "
ush,"
you k
is is n. an
is
etw.- us. You ust
w that I am one of a group
of educators who has succeeded
in eliminating the Christmas
tree prob a from the life of
Jewish • ildren
m sure
you wi
be a
mistak
n y
o pin
the "
uko
bel o
me,
t this as the of
of yo column on th
as that
O bush" is
anti-Semitic word
may be mentioned. I am
sure you must realize that any
such position that the "Chanuko
bush" may not even be men-
tioned is untenable.
• RABBI LEON FRAM
Janu

one of the most distinguished
Jewish families in Italy, who
traced his Italian-Jewish ances-
try back to the 10th century,
was one of the leaders of the
Italian independence movement
in the 19th century. Active in
he Italian revolt against Aus-
'n 1848, Anau was elected
to th Constituent Assembly in
Rome he following year.

Editor, The Jewish News:
When I read in last week's
Jewish News that Gen. Lucius
Clay was to be the speaker at
the UJA dinner in New York
next week, I recalled that at
the trials of the Nazi criminal
A BRIC HT NEW TASTE IN TEA
in Germany in 1949, when
B1GLLOV
general was one of the •
or-
the
tant figures represen
U. S. A., he made a
tement
that use Koch, th
east of
Buchenwald, does
deserve
LOOSE
TEA
Op
a harsh sentence, ecause he
TEA BAGS
did not find eno h evidence
is decision
to convict her. 0
atso try ...
she received a
d jail sen-
: BIGELOW'S
tence.
GREAT NEW MEAT SEASONING
After the trial t
letters of protest against Gen.
Clay and mine was among those
3205 West McNichols Rd.
published in a local newspaper.
Detroit
Should such a person, who was
not moved by the evidence that
use Koch made lamp shades
out of human skin be asked to
speak at a Jewish affair? When
ghti
will we start holding our heads Urg
. gotry
high and show a little more
oining
Bnai
Brith
pride?
itor, The Jewish News:
(Mrs.) REVA SCHOICHI
In response to Mr. Hyman
18989 Snowden
Shenkman's letter last wee in
* * *
your newsp er I o te
Rabbi Fram Elaborate
that the
1L
a
er
watchful
on Hanukah Statemen
he
spoke of
stop
Editor, The Jewish New
r th • a-called te
It is possible for on man and hi
heralded camp
r
to express sharp opposi
to is an
sing to
another man's opinions
out membership and f
bring a :r
and stronger
insulting him, but you c
to fight the bigot
to use language which had the
effect, if not the intention, of and demagogue, and make our-
being personally derogatory and selves felt throughout the na-
tion and wherever bigotry
belittling.
raises its head, through our
Meantime, I am sure that dues and the fund-raising pro-
your inquiries must have estab- jects of our various philanthro- "THE ARISTOCRAT OF TEAS!"
lished to your own satisfaction pies such as the Anti-Defama-
the authenticity of my state- tion League.
Distributors for Swee-Touch-Nee Tea
ment with regard to the
in Detroit:
HARRY GAINES
National Wholesale Gro. Co.
sources of the Chanuko star
03 W. 7 Mile
8938 12th Street, Detroit, Mich.
While the minor Fest
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NEW YORK (JTA)—A $2,-
500,000 program to build a net-
work of 50 cultural centers in
the newer outlying Israel set-
tlements and villages was an-
nounced at the annual dinner-
concert of the America-Israel
Cultural Foundation by Samuel
Rubin, president of the Founda-
tion.
Speaking before 1,200 people
gathered at the Waldorf As-
toria to honor Herbert H. Leh-
man "for distinguished service
in the cause of America, Israel
and all humanity," Rubin also
announced that the first center
to be built under this new pro-
gram, the gift of a group of
friends, will be named in honor
of former Governor Lehman,
and will be located in the vil-
lage of Isfiya, a community
populated by Druse and Chris-
tian Arabs.
Lehman, addressing the 1,200
guests, warned that although
"an uneasy quiet rests today
upon the Middle East," that
there is Do doubt "that this area
of deep tensions, passions, and
hostilities may again produce
an eruption of vital danger to
world peace and to the exist-
ence of Israel."
present.



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1 3 - THE DETROI T JEWISH NEWS — Friday, February 2, 1962

`Never on Shabbas!' New `Dayenu'
Collection to Be Published Soon

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