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November 29, 1963 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-29

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IN ITS
TRUE
INAUGURAL
SEASON

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Churchill Reaffirms
Interest in Zionism

Stating that he has been in-
terested in Zionism for many
years, Sir Winston Churchill
this week hailed the economic
development of the State of
Israel, in a letter in which he
acknowledged a commendation
award by the Los Angeles Com-
mittee for Israel Bonds for his
lifelong interest in the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel.
"I have been concerned with
the developments of Zionism
since their earliest days," Sir
Winston said, "and I have
viewed with pleasure and ad-
miration the maturing of the
State of Israel. It is my earnest
hope that Israel may prosper
and live in peace with her
neighbors, to the detriment of
none and to the lasting benefit
of the Middle East."
Commendation A w a r d s for
Sir Winston and nine other out-
standing personalities were an-
nounced at a dinner given this
week by the Los Angeles Com-
mittee for Israel Bonds.
Governor Edmund G. Brown
of California, who was a guest
at the dinner, termed Israel "a
refuge from man's tyranny and
a citadel of man's hope."

Dress Shop Owner
Walter Irving Dies

Dress-shop owner Walter W.
Irving died Wednesday. He was
67. A resident of the Pavillion
Apartments, Mr. Irving operated
his main shop at 31 E. Adams.
For 12 years Mr. Irving was
the sponsor of a holiday party
for hundreds of patients at
Northville State Hospital. He
was the recipient of several
awards in the mental health
field. Several of his friends
established the Walter Irving
Fund at Northville, primarily
to provide spending money for
indigent patients.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Irving
became involved in the women's
clothing business at age 13. He
opened his first shop almost
50 years ago.
A hat designer who sold to
Detroit's most fashionable
women, Mr. Irving had a staff
of three when he started in
business. The staff now includes
30 persons.
Mr. Irving is survived by son,
Donald; daughter, Mary Susan
Davis; and a brother.

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spots in Vanderbilt's otherwise
disastrous f o otball season.
Against Boston College he re-
covered a fumble, which led to
Vanderbilt's only score.


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Jack R- uhy's Act
Brings Anger -
and Compassion

Sermons by Rabbis in

others—totaling about 400—at-
tended a special mourning as-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
sembly. The eulogy was deliver-
to The Jewish News)
ed by Israel's Vice-Premier Ab-
LONDON—Dr. Israel Brodie, ba S. Eban, who is also presi-
Chief Rabbi of the British Com- dent of the Institute.
monwealth, Tuesday called on
all synagogues in Britain to de-
THIS IS A
vote their sermons on Nov. 30
to eulogies and prayers for the
Shower of Stars HOTEL
late President John F. Kennedy.
* * *
Memorial services for Presi-
dent Kennedy were held by Jew-
ish communities throughout the
XMAS -NEW YEAR'S
world. There were special com-
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memorative services in London,
daily per person,
Paris, Buenos Aires, Rio de Jan-
* double occ., Dec. 16
eiro, Montreal and other large
to Jan. 5. Add $3.50
daily per person for
centers.
3 Complete Meals

Great Britain Nov. 30

Mingled with anger and re-
sentment over the second mur-
der—the shooting of Lee Harvey
Oswald, who was accused of as-
sassinating President Kennedy—
,by Jack Ruby,
a r e reported
feelings of
compassion for
a man whose
previous r e c-
ord is not cri-
mina' but who
*
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from all indi-
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In the main hall of the Weiz- Music
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his anguish to mann Institute of Science, at
Alexander Kay, Manager
drive him to Rehovoth, all members of the
OCEANFRONT
AT 21st ST., MIAMI BEACH
temporary Institute's scientific staff and
madness.
The general
'view is that
R uby, who
:changed his
name from
Jack Ruby
Rubinstein, is
a highly patriotic man. He was
the first to close his night clubs
in Dallas in tribute to President
Kennedy's memory, and he kept
spouting anger against the Com-
munists and Oswald.
Ruby's brother in Detroit, Earl
Ruby, a highly respected De-
troiter; his sister, Mrs. Eva
Grant in Dallas, his other bro-
thers and sisters, are in despair
and are being consoled.
All raised in a religious Jew-
ish home, the brothers and sis-
ters are in a quandary that their
brother should have been moved
to such an extreme act as to
take the law in his own hands
and not to permit the orderly
processes of the law to function
against Oswald.
But the general feeling is that
Ruby put into action the feeling
of anger that drove him to mad-
ness. He was avenging our Presi-
dent's death. That will be his
defense: temporary madness and
the anger over the murder of
our chief executive.
Jack Ruby Attended
Synagogue Memorial
for Kennedy in Dallas
DALLAS (JTA) — Jack Ru-
benstein, known here as Jack
Ruby, the night club operator
who is being held by police here
for killing Lee Harvey Oswald,
the man accused of assassinating
President Kennedy, attended
special memorial services in
honor of Mr. Kennedy, last Fri-
day night, at Temple Shearith
Israel here, a Conservative syna-
gogue, according to Rabbi Hillel
Silverman, spiritual leader of
the congregation.
Rabbi Silver told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that Ruby,
a member of Shearith Israel,
usually attended services only
during the High Holy Days. Mrs.
Eva L. Grant, of this city, the
man's sister, said that their
family, consisting of four boys
and four girls, were "a big, Or-
thodox Jewish family."
For the fifth straight season, Delta
Ruby was identified by per-
sons who knew him here as hav-
offers more Jets from Detroit to
ing stemmed from the family of
a contractor named Joseph Ru-
Florida than any other airline!
benstein, in Chicago. He was
born on Chicago's West Side, the
so-called Chicago "ghetto," 52
Books are now open for winter season
years ago. He is a bachelor.

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Dr. Arnold Goldwater of New
York, the Democratic branch of
the Arizona Senator's family
tree, still keeps in trim with a
quarter mile workout each day.
A retired dentist, he'll be 84
Jan. 4. He ran for the Irish-
American A.C. at the turn of
the century, one of the many
Yiddish Hibernians.

U.S. Social Workers
A total of some 2,200 pro-
fessional workers are employed
by Jewish institutions in the
United States in the field of
social services including com-
munity planning and fund-rais-
ing, family and child welfare,
group work and recreation, and
care of the aged.

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1 3 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frida y, Nov. 29, 1963

Orthodox Educators Set
Up Israel Exchange
In order to solve the great
dearth of Hebrew teachers and
principals, the National Asso-
ciation of Orthodox Jewish
Educators, the professional af-
filiate of the National Council
for Torah Education, has com-
pleted arrangements for an ex-
change of American Hebrew
students with the Yeshiva Pir-
chei Aharon of Haifa, Israel,
Rabbi Irving Weinberg, presi-
dent of the association, an-
nounced. The American stu-
dents will study from one to
three years at the Yeshiva,
which was named after the late
Rabbi Aron D. Burack, Ameri-
can Talmudic scholar.

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