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July 26, 1963 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-07-26

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New York World's Fair Will Have
Pavilion of Israeli Products, Art

Plans for a pavilion at the
New York 1964-65 World's Fair,
Which will display the products
and art of Israel and highlight
the history and culture of the
Jewish people in relation to the
Holy Land, have been- jointly
announced by the New York
World's Fair Corporation and
the- American-Israel World's
Fair Corporation.
Agreements for the leasing of
the land and the construction
of the pavilion were signed in
ceremonies held at the office of

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Day of Jewish
Mourning," a special dramatic
musical script devoted to Tisha
B'Av, written and narrated by
Joseph Edelman, director of
the Jewish Community Council
Cultural Commission.

* * *
TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: Senator William
Morse and U.S. Attorney Law-
rence Gubow will present views
on "Israel's Economic Picture."
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 a.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
FeSture: Louis Haber, presi-
dent, Council of Synagogue Ex-
ecutive Directors of Metropoli-
tan Detroit and executive di-
rector of Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, will discuss the historic
development and program of
the Council of Executive Di-
rectors.
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: " T h e Supporting
Cast of the Bible" will be dis-
cussed by Mark Van Doren and
Maurice Samuel.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Dialogues between
Rabbi Chaim Essrog and Rabbi
Irwin Blank on "The Nature of
Man."
* * *
BOOKS UNLIMITED
Time: 5:45 p.m. Tuesday.
Station: WDET•
Feature: Harry C. Saltzstein,
M.D., will discuss his book,
"Sinai Hospital and the North
End Clinic," consisting of rem-
iniscences of the history of the
Jewish hospital movement in
Detroit.

the World's Fair Corporation,
Flushing Meadow Park, by for-
mer Governor Charles Poletti,
Fair vice-president in charge of
International Affairs and Ex-
hibits, and Harold S. Caplin,
chairman of the board of the
American-Israel W o r 1 d's Fair
Corporation and senior partner
of H. S. Caplin Company, in-
vestment bankers.
Nathan Straus III, president
of the American-Israel Cham-
ber of Commerce and Industry,
stated that the Chamber initiat-
ed this project in order to have
a pavilion at the World's Fair
which will 'depict the history
and culture of the Pewish peo-
ple in relation to the Holy
Land, the era of the Old Testa-
ment and the Old Testament it-
self: to display, promote and
sell arts, products and services
of Israel; and to stress Ameri-
can interest and participation in
Israel."
The pavilion will be built on
a site of 14,450 square feet in
the Fair's International Area at
the crossroads of the Avenue of
Europe and the Avenue of
Africa.
In addition to the main ex-
hibit area, the pavilion will
have sections for the display Israel Gives Medical
and sale of products from Grants to Cypriots
Israel, as well as a restaurant-
NICOSIA, Cyprus, (JTA) —
snack bar which will specialize
in Israeli and Kosher products. The Israel government has
granted Cyprus three new medi-
cal scholarships for study at
100,000 Phones in Israel
the Hebrew University. Each of
Israel has a nationwide total the scholarships will be for
of 100,000 telephones, consti- seven years' study. Five Cypri-
tuting a ratio of 70 telephones otes are now studying medicine
for every 1,000 residents of the in Israel under Israeli govern-
country.
ment grants.

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Luzzatto.
In the introduction Dr. Glatzer
tells of the historic and cultural
conditions to which the litera-
ture of the period responded
and in prefatory notes to the
individual selections he gives
needed background information.
"Faith and Knowledge" is Dr.
Glatzer's second book in the
"Beacon Texts in the Judaic
Tradition." The first, "The Rest
Is Commentary: A Source Book
of Judaic Antiquity," was pub-
lished- in 1961.

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Tracy Freeman of Alden Park Manor has departed for The
Netherlands and surrounding countries. He will return in the
latter part of August.
Irving I. Katz, administrator of Temple Beth El, represented
the National Association of Temple Administrators, of which he is
honorary president, at the seventh annual conference of the
National Association of Church Business Administrators held in
Orlando, Fla.
One hundred guests attended the surprise birthday party
honoring Benjamin Fishman, given by his children Mitchel and
Audrey in the garden of their home in Farmington, July 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cherry of Marlow Ave., Oak Park, are
being visited by their daughter, Mrs. Carl Bakman, and three
grandchildren, Larry, Debra and Rhonna, from Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bakunow of Oak Park had as their guests
at the recent marriage of their daughter, Maxine, to Rabbi Meir
Lieberson, their friends and relatives Mrs. Chasha Neches of
Miami Beach, Rabbi and Mrs. Lee Shayovich of New York, Rabbi
and Mrs. David Indich and family of Cincinnati, Rabbi and Mrs.
Jacob Bergman of South Bend, Max Lieberson and Mrs. Sarah
Kessler of Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Irving Medow, president of the Detroit Council of
Presidents; Mrs. Samuel P. Baker, president of the Detroit League;
Mrs. Harry Raf, president of the Northwest Detroit Chapter; Mrs.
Donald H. Golde, president of the Detroit Junior Chapter; and
Mrs. Edward Friedman, president of New Life Chapter; will rep-
resent this area as official delegates to the four-day convention
July 28-31 of the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hos-
pital at Denver.
Recent out-of-town guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Medvin were
their relatives Mrs. Nathan Manheim, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Man-
heim, Michael Manheim and Carol Manheim, all of Alliance, 0.;
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Wolf, Fredric Wolf and JoAnn Wolf and
William Manheim of Canton, 0.; Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Biskind
and Dr. and Mrs. John Biskind of Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Medvin and Michael Medvin of Akron; Dr. and Mrs. Julius Burstein
of New Rochelle, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Max Edlin of Clifton, N.J.;
and Mrs. David Rothenberg of Washington, D.C. They were here
to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Medvin's daughter,
Suzanne, to Gerald Kirschner.
A benefit luncheon and games party will be given Aug. 7 by
Mrs. Julius Ring, 19978 Snowden. Proceeds will go to the Child
Rescue Fund.
Harry L. Jubas, 13411 Irvine, Oak Park, a teacher at Wilson
Junior High School, is among 32 teachers increasing their pro-
ficiency as educators at Yeshiva University's summer Hebrew
Language Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Marks, 1424 Allenford Ave., Los
Angeles, former residents of Oak Park, announce the Bar Mitz-
vah of their son, Neal Manis, which took place July 6, at Sinai
Temple, West Los Angeles. Sportsmen's Lodge, North Hollywood
was the scene for the cocktail party and dinner for 200 friends
and relatives from Detroit, Oak Park, Indianapolis, Des Moines,
El Paso, and Los Angeles.
Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hertz are expected home on Aug. 10-
after their extensive tour of Israel and European countries. While
in Rome, Rabbi Hertz was received by Pope Paul VI.

"Faith and knowledge: The
Jew in the Medieval World, Vol-
ume 2, Beacon Texts in the
Judaic Tradition," edited and in-
troduced by Nahum N. Glatzer,
presents the major trends of re-
ligious thought in Medieval
Judaism, concentrating particu-
larly on the themes of faith and
knowledge.
Poets and philosophers of the
7th to the 16th centuries are
presented in the writings of such
representative poets as Solomon
ibn Gabirol and Judah ha-Levi,
philosophers Saadia Gaon and
Moses Maimonides, mystic Moses
de Leon (author of the Book of
Splendor (the Zohar) and Moses
Cordovero, and moralists Bahya

19 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, uly 26, 1963

activities in Society

Glatzer's Book Tells Tre nd of Religious Thought
by Poets, Philosophers in Medieval Judaism

Schwartz-Schiff
Engagement Told

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