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November 09, 1962 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-09

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THE 'DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 9, 1962 --

MUMFORD
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Newman-Raskin
Vows Exchanged

"LETTER BOX"

Balfour Concert
Audience Rude to
Featured Artist

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empty auditorium, Mr. Hollander
walked from the stage, with what
appeared to me to be a gesture
of disappointment, or perhaps
disbelief that an audience could
To the Editor:
be so rude.
All is foreordained by Heaven
Sunday evening my wife and
Only once before have I wit- except the fear of Heaven.—
I were among those present at nessed a display similar to this
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the annual Balfour Concert at
Ford Auditorium. Although the
occasion might have been one
which could have made us proud
of our Jewish heritage, unfortu-
OUR BAKED GOODS ARE THE TALK OF THE TOWN
nately such was not the case.
.
.
. BECAUSE ITS BAKED BETTER TO TASTE BETTER!
Never have we witnessed such
a complete lack of respect for a
Custom made and
SPECIAL
performing artist as was exhib-
artistically designed . .
FRIDAY & SUNDAY
ited by hundreds of our Jewish
neighbors. As the brilliant young
• Wedding
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pianist Lorin Hollander com-
• Bar Mitzvah
pleted the closing selection on
the program, literally hundreds
• Party Cakes
in the audience grabbed their
hats and coats and started to
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dash up the aisles. They didn't
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so much as have the decency to
applaud the performer or invite
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Reg. 60c per doz.
him to play an encore, a matter
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2 Doz. Limit
of common courtesy.
When the majority of the audi-
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ence, and a slim majority at that,
did induce Mr. Hollander to play
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an encore, he was forced to wait
a minute or two until the aisles
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were cleared and order was re-
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stored to the concert hall.
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After his second encore, the
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rush for the doors started even
PLEASE
SHOP EARLY FRIDAY—WE CLOSE THIS FRIDAY
before the applause could begin.
AT 4:52 P.M.; CLOSED SATURDAY, OPEN SUNDAY
Following one bow to a half-

ZEMAN'S NEW YORK BAKERY

By RUDENE MEYERSOHN

The senior class is holding
its annual Sadie Hawkins
Dance 8:30 p.m. today. Enter-
tainment will be provided by
Jim Schuithes, popular square
dance caller.
The Mumford Mar ching
Band, under the direction of
Jack Shelby, head of the Fine
Arts Department, has added
spirit and color to Mumford's
home games this year.
College Board Examinations,
which are required for admis-
sion to many colleges, are be-
ing offered to high school jun-
iors and seniors. These tests
will be given at four Detroit
high schools on Dec. 1. The
tests consist of three parts: a
scholastic aptitude test, a writ-
ing sample and an achievement
test, which is offered in various
subjects.
The Muse. Mumford's literary
magazine, is composed of origi-
nal art, essays, short stories and
poetry, all of which are submit-
ted by students. The new editor-
in-chief is Lisbeth Grossman.
Stephen Daniels and Louise
Pearlman are assistant editors.
Lenore Ferberis is student art
editor. Dennis Cohen and Alan
Sobel have joined the staff.
Other members of the staff are
Marc Cohen, Eli Greenbaum,
Meegan Knutson, Marcy Miller,
Ellen Schiff and Steve Schwartz.
On Nov. 29 and 30, Mumford
will present "The Importance
of Being Earnest," by Oscar
Wilde.

one and that, by coincidence,
was at a previous Balfour Con-
cert. Such conduct is totally un-
called for and is not the type of
-behavior of which the Jewish
community of Detroit can be
proud.
HANLEY M. GURWIN
24548 Pierce, Southfield.

HRS. MICHAEL NEWMAN

In a ceremony performed by
Rabbi Hyman Donin and Cantor
Hyman Adler, Elizabeth Rose
Raskin became the bride of
Michael Newman. The wedding
took place at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Raskin, parents
of the bride, in Birmingham.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Percy P. Newman.
The bride wore a white silk
organza sheath with a silk
organza overskirt. Her short
bouffant veil was suspended
from a small silk pill box.
Julie Raskin served her sister
as maid of honor and David
Newman served his brother as
best man.
The newlyweds are residing
in Urbana, Ill., where he is
attending the University of
Illinois Graduate School.

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WJC Seeks Witnesses
Charged with War
Crimes in W. Germany

The World Jewish Congress
in New York has initiated a
search for witnesses required
for a series of Nazi criminal
investigations undertaken by
the West German authorities.
The cases all involve men ac-
cused of mass murders, deporta-
tions and tortures of Jews in
a number of Polish ghettos and
labor camps.
Witnesses are being sought
against the Nazi murderers of
the Jews in Radzyn and in the
following towns in the Radzyn
district: Miedzyrzec, Lukow,
Parczew, Serokomla, Wohyn,
Czemierniki, Debowa.
In addition, witnesses are
being sought against the mur-
derers of Jews in Czestochowa.
Two separate criminal investi-
gations are being conducted,
one in Bamberg against Georg
Schlosser and others, and an-
other in Lueneburg against
Paul Degenhardt and four
others.
Anyone who has any knowl-
edge of the crimes committed
in these ghettos and camps and
of those responsible, should get
in touch with Dr. Nehemiah
Robinson, director, World Jew-
ish Congress Institute of Jewish
Affairs, 15 E. 84th St., New
York 28, N.Y.

,A •

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Dynamic Club Offers
Rooms for Recreation,
Meeting Purposes

The Detroit Dynamic Club,
chartered as a non-profit char-
itable organization, announces
that its facilities at 17111 Third
are available for club meetings
and social group gatherings.
Included in the building are
provisions for groups of men
to play games with stewards
prepared to serve refreshments.
There is a television room,
a commercial kitchen and air-
conditioning for the summer.
The Dynamic Club has given
more than $180,000 in Care
packages to Israel and con-
tributes to a number of charita-
ble endeavors in the commu-
nity.
Those interested in using the
organization's club rooms for
recreational or meeting pur-
poses can call UN 4-7355.

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