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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-13

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Friday, December 13, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S-24

Gov. Romney Issues Proclamation
Designating 'Israel Histadrut Day'

JNF Month Set
to Mark Events
During Shevat

Generosity Aids
1,447 at Lapeer
On the Holidays

Jackson-Ehrenpreis

Troth Announced

The period from Jan. 15 to
Feb. 15 has been designated as
"JNF Month," to be observed
in Detroit and the State of
Michigan.
The purpose of, and the tasks
for "Jewish National Fund
Month" as announced by the
JNF through its president, Dr.
Israel Wiener, are:

Gov. George Romney is shown above as he signed a proc-
lamation designating Dec. 3 as "Israel Histadrut Day" in Michi-
gan. Flanking him, from left, are Phillip Goldstein, vice-chair-
man; Emanuel Mark, organizations director; and Harry Schu-
mer, honorary chairman of the Detroit Israel Histadrut
campaign.

Avrom Sutzkever, Celebrated Poet,
to Be Honored Here on Thursday

A celebrated Yiddish poet liv-
ing in Israel, whose literary
career and adventures started
in Siberia, endured the Vilna
ghetto, and reached a climax at
Mount Sinai during Israel's 1956

AVROM SUTZKEVER

campaign against the Egyptians,
will be the guest of honor at a
city-wide tribute in his honor
sponsored by the Detroit Israel
Histadrut Campaign next Thurs-
day evening at the Hayim Green-
berg Center on Schaefer.
Avrom Sutzkever, the partisan
fighter, will make Detroit one
of his first stops on a nation-
wide lecture tour as an emis-
sary of Histadrut. He was a
fighter in the Vilna ghetto,
where the remnants of 80,000
Lithuanian Jews held out against
overwhelming odds from 1941
to 1943.
Born in a small town near
Vilna in 1913, Sutzkever is the
scion of a renowned rabbinical
family. When he was scarcely
two years old, during the first
World War, the German army
burned his home town and the
Sutzkever family fled to Siberia
where they lived in the city of
Omsk. Sutzkever spent his early
childhood from two to nine years
of age, in the Siberian outpost.
He has vivid recollections of
that period, and composed his
first major poems in Yiddish on
the theme of that childhood. His
lyric poem, "Siberia," composed
in 1936, appeared in book form
in 1953 with an introduction and
illustrations by Marc Chagall.
In 1961, the United Nation's
Educational, Scientific and Cul-
tural Organization issued an
English translation with the
Chagall illustrations.
See Commentary, Page 2
Chagall, in his introductory
remarks, called Sutzkever "a
Yiddish poet who created lines
and forms with which he has
reached out to the greatest
heights of the Jewish soul . . .
whose poetry is not just Jewish;
it is Jewish poetry of a new
kind, modern in manner and
subject-matter, and free from
the usual limitations of our
poetry . . . his poetry appeals

to the eye, not only the in-
tellect."
In September, when Sutzkever
celebrated his fiftieth birthday,
a special tribute was arranged
for him by the Hebrew Uni-
versity. Israel's President Zal-
man Shasar, who had just that
day given a state reception to
the King of Nepal, alluded to
the two receptions as of similar
stature in the eyes of the Israeli
people and government.
Sutzkever rescued large quan-
tities of Jewish literary and his-
torical works from the Vilna
ghetto before he himself escap-
ed that trap in September 1943.
Living in Israel, Mr. Sutz-
kever has full freedom Of writ-
ing in Yiddish.
The Sutzkevers have two
daughters living with them in
Israel, the older one now serv-
ing in the army.
Tribute chairman of the eve-
ning will be Rabbi Morris Adler.
A musical program has been
arranged under the direction of
Cantor David Bagley of Beth
Aaron Synagogue, who will be
accompanied by Mrs. Bella Gold-
berg.
Alfred Michaels, executive di-
rector of the Detroit Campaign,
urges that reservations be made
well in advance because the
seating capacity of the audi-
torium is limited. Tickets may
be purchased at Workmen's
Circle building, Sholem Alei-
chem Institute, Borenstein's
Book Store, Spitzer's Book
Store, Dexter-Davison Markets,
and Histadrut Headquarters.

Dr. Brin Is Elected
President of Veteran
Journalism Association
BOSTON, (JTA)—Dr. Alex-
ander Brin, editor and publisher
of the Jewish Advocate of Bos-
ton, was unanimously elected
president of
the Veteran
Journalists As
sociation at
the annual
dinner meet
ing of the
group.
Dr. Brin was
acclaimed a s
"one of the
most respected
names in jour-
nalism,"an
editor "who is
p a s sionately
devoted to the
highest stand-
ards of news-.
paper publica-
tion." The
nominatin,
Dr. Brin.
committee was
headed by Judge Frank Dona-
hue of the Massachusetts Super-
ior Court and it included Daniel
O'Brien, Sunday editor of the
Boston Globe. Dr. Brin succeeds
Earl Banner of the Boston
Globe.

To avow full solidarity with the
State of Israel.
To focus attention on the activities
of the Jewish National Fund in build-
ing the Land of Israel and strengthen-
ing its security with special emphasis
on the new and first Detroit Develop-
ment Area project in northern Gali-
lee, on the borders of Syria—the re-
claiming and rebuilding the settle-
ments of Gadot and Mishmar Hayar-
den.
To deepen JNF sentiment among
the masses of the Jewish people.
To mobilize the broadest possible
support for the JNF through the
widest possible use of JNF's tradi-
tional collection methods.
To place another thousand Blue-
White JNF boxes in Detroit and
Michigan Jewish homes.
To plant more trees in the Michi-
gan Freedom Forest of 300,000 trees,
in the new Freedom Forest of 2,000,-
000 trees, which is being planted by
the Jewish National Fund of America
as an eternal monument of friendship
and cooperation uniting the people
of America and the people of Israel.
To remind Jews to remember the
JNF in their Wills, thus linking their
names forever with the Land of
Israel.

MISS SANDRA JACKSON

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jackson
of Los Angeles, Calif. announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sandra, to Ralph Ehren-
preis, son of Mrs. Bess Ehren-
preis, 21960 Westhampton, Oak
Park, and the late Irven A.
Ehrenpreis.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Southern Califor-
nia. Her fiance graduates from
One of the features, which the University of Michigan in
embraces the Hebrew month of December. A June wedding is
Shevat, will be "JNF Month for planned.
Landsmanshaften." Landsman-
shaften societies will promote NJWB Establishes
their activities including their
obligation in the new Detroit Fellowship for Late
Development Project in north- President Dinkelspiel
ern Galilee a chain of Security
A new National Merit Fellow-
posts and Security trees in the ship has been established by the
Gadot-Mishmar Hayarden area. National Jewish Welfare Board
The traditional Tu B'Shevat in memory of the late Lloyd W.
activities in schools, synagogues, Dinkelspiel, prominent San Fran-
and organizations will also be ciscan who was president of
part of this period.
JWB at the time of his death in
JNF Sabbath in Michigan will May, 1959.
be observed Saturday, Jan. 25,
The fellowship, set up by the
whic his also Shabbat Shira.
JWB executive committee, is de-
T h e Women's Auxiliary signed to encourage high-caliber
Donor, culminating three college students in Jewish Com-
months of intensive campaign- munity Center work as a pro-
ing, will be held Tuesday, Jan. fessional career and in obtaining
28, at Temple Israel.
social work education. The grant
Bnai Brith lodges are plan- will be approximately $2,000 for
ning an extensive drive to com- each year of graduate study.
plete another forest of 10,000
trees in the B.B. Martyrs Forest.

Marriages

A survey at the Lapeer State
Home turned up the names of
1447 patients who would prob-
ably be among the "forgotten"
on the coming holidays were it
not for the generosity of
strangers.
The staff at the institution
report the needs of all of these
patients have been assumed by
interested citizens scattered all
over Michigan's lower penin-
sula. It is pointed out that each
year many who, it was pre-
sumed, would be remembered
by family or friends, actually
receive no gifts. The flurry of
activity in this institution, re-
sponsible for 4200 patients,
would confound most persons,
it was pointed out.
Many items such as small
jars of instant coffee, powdered
cream, combs, soap, shampoo,
wash cloths, hair tonic, shaving
lotion, dolls, bill folds, lip-
sticks, face powder and the
like, are still needed to meet
these last minute needs. Any
items which may be left over
are valued gifts for birthdays
or prizes for patients later on.
Anyone interested in this pro-
gram should contact the institu•
tion's Community Relations Di-
rector.

SAM ROSENBLAT

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Bronze by Grippe at
Brandeis University
A modern, seven-foot standing
figure depicting freedom of ex-
pression has been created by
sculptor Peter Grippe of Bran-
deis University and installed in
the university's academic quad-
rangle in Waltham, Mass.
It was commissioned by re-
tired New York businessman
Theodore Shapiro, champion of
civil liberties.
The statue, cast in bronze, is
adjacent to the entrance of the
Theodore Shapiro Forum, a 250-
seat, semi-circular hall modeled
after the Great Hall of the
United Nations building. The
Forum, also a Shapiro gift, was
established two years ago "to
uphold the basic principles of
the university: to speak freely;
to question openly; to differ
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