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December 20, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-12-20

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Friday, December 20, 1963--THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 18



Mrs. Faber Describes Reactions
Johanne Silver Weds Plan Detroit Section for JNF's
to Her 'Strange Way Home'; Works Robert Eisenberg
Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel
The establishment of a Detroit linking his name with the land
on Book on Mental Retardation
section of the John F. Kennedy of Israel. As a memorial we

"I am primarily interested
that people should live together
in harmony and that religious
strife should be a v e r t e d,"
Nancy W. Faber declared in
interviews during her one-stay

based. on the true story of a
Jewish child who was abducted
by his French Canadian tutor
from his New York home when
he was seven and was taken to
Catholic institutions and
trained for the priesthood, Mrs.
Faber related how, six years
ago, she first heard about the
incident and began gathering
the facts when she was told
that the boy, now in his middle
sixties, had located his family
in this country, was briefly re-
united with them and then re-
turned to the Canadian monas-
tery.
The complications that had
set in, the difficulties encoun-
tered in getting the true data,
presented a real challenge to
Mrs. Faber. But the published
result is one of the sensations
of the year in novel publishing.
(Mrs. Faber's "Strange Way
Home" was reviewed in The
Jewish News on Sept. 20 and
there was a follow-up story on
Oct. 4 about the release of the
book by the publishers when
some protests were heard
against it from a priest and a
member of the boy's family—
all of whom later conceded that
Mrs. Faber's account was fair
and unprejudiced).

NANCY W. FABER

visit in Detroit arranged for
her by her publishers, Henry

Regnery Co. (14 E. Jackson
Blvd., Chicago 4).
Author of the exciting novel
"Strange Way . Hothe," which is

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This Week's Radio and I
Television Programs

THE ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV.
Feature: "Museum Means
People," by Stephen Chordorov,
an essay on the Jewish Museum
in New York. Donald Davis,
narator, will exhibit and com-
ment on masterpieces of ancient
and modern craftsmen.

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: A salute to our
Christian brethren, featuring an
address titled "Why Just One
Man," by Rabbi Harry Pastor
of Cong. Shalom, Milwaukee.

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THE JEWISH HERITAGE



Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Israel—A Cultural
Perspective." The Hon. Yehes-
kel Barnea, Consul of Israel,
will discuss the current situa-
tion in Israel, with Joseph
Edelman, director of the Cul-
ture Commission of the Jewish
Community Council of Metro-
politan Detroit.

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COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.

Station: WJLB.
Feature: "The H i 11 e 1 Day
School and its Program" will
be discussed by Wolf Snyder,
chairman of the Hillel Educa-
tion Committee. Presented by
the Culture Commission of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.

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TO DWELL TOGETHER -

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: The YIVO Institute
for Jewish Research will be dis-
cussed by Dr. I David Passow,
YIVO executive director, and
Joseph Edelman, director of
the Culture Commission of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.

.

.TWV Commander Urges Pope
To Seek Israel-Arab Peace

National Commander Daniel
Neal Heller of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. cabled
Pope Paul VI an appeal to use
his good offices to seek peace
between Jews and Moslems in
the course of his visit to the
Holy Land.

Mrs. Caroline Pace, of the
Regnery Co. staff, who accom-
panied Mrs. Faber to Detroit,
said that the interest shown
in the book seems to assure
for it a prolonged interest
and increasing large sales.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Faber took

occasion to speak here about
her major interest—her work
on a book on mental retarda-
tion.
Having just concluded a
worldwide tour during which
she studied the problems of\
the mentally retarded in many
lands, including Israel, Mrs.
Faber hopes to have her re-
search work published within a
year. Regnery again will be her
publisher.
She reports that the number
of mentally retarded is about
the same proportionally
throughout the world — 3 to 4
per cent.
Lippincott has published two
of Mrs. Faber's children's books
—"Cathy at the Crossroads"
and "Cathy's Secret Kingdom."

Furniture Club Elects
Eugene Kraft President

Eugene Kraft was elected
president of the Furniture Club
of Detroit at its recent annual
meeting.
Kraft is vice - president of
Serta Restokraft, manufacturers
of bedding and related products.
Others to take
office are Pe-
ter Brown and
Bernard Allen,
vice - presi-
dent s; and
CharleS S olo -
vich, secretary-
treasurer.
Elected to the
hoard of direc-
tors were Wal-
Kraft
ter Bergers,
Morrey Charmer, Jack Erman,
Walter Feldmesser, Harry Gold-
berg, Sherwin Harris, Jacob
Kahn, Ralph Shook, Gerald
Snitz, Adolph Schwartz and Max
Brose.
Herman Frumin; chairman of
the Child Welfare Committee,
reported contributions totaling
$3,450 to the following organiza-
tions supporting underprivileg-
ed children: Camp Tamarack,
Penrickton Nursery, Michigan
League of Crippled Children,
Children's Hospital of Michigan,
Wayne County Juvenile Court,
Camp Gan, Habonim Children's
Camp, Wayne County Home for
Neglected Children and Old
Newsboys.

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MRS. R. J. EISENBERG

At a candlelight ceremony on
Sunday evening, Nov. 24, at
Temple Israel, Miss Johanna
Caren Silver, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. I. Walter Silver, of
Fairfield Avenue, was united in
marriage to Robert Jay Eisen-
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Eisenberg of Wildemere
Avenue. Rabbis Leon Fram and
M. Robert Syme, and Cantor
Harold Orbach officiated.
The bride, escorted by her
father, wore a gown of Gardenia
silk satin with a square neck-
line and tiny pouf sleeves. The
princess line sheath was appli-
qued in garlands of white sculp-
tured Swiss Guipure lace. The
removable satin train was at-
tached with tiny motifs of the
matching lace. A crown of white
sculptured Swiss Guipure lace
flowers was held by a pouf
three tiered veil of Gardenia
silk illusion. She carried a cas-
cade of white Phalaenopsis.
Miss Sheryl Gae Silver, sister
of the bride was maid of honor.
The bridesmaids were Miss
Barbara Silver, cousin of the
bride, and Mesdames Marvin
Karp, Steve Adler, Ascher Eck-
erling and Mel Strager.
Donald Goodman was best
man. Groomsmen were Daniel
Silver, brother of the bride, Ger-
ald Kanter, cousin of the groom,
Stan Bassin, Jerry Rosman and
Barry Tilds.
Seating the guests were head
ushers, Monte Masserman and
Howard Friedman, and Dr. Ray
Conn, Marvin Karp, Don LaKind
and Gerald Sniderman.
Out-of-town. guests were the
godparents of the bride, Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Hirsh of Dallas,
Tex.; Miss Zelda Shapero, Mrs.
Dave Shapero, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Shapero, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Shapero, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Shapero, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Stone, Mrs. Bertha Shapero, Miss
Naomi Shapero, Mrs. Rose Sinu-
koff, of Toronto; Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel Ulevitch and daughter
Andrea, of Shaker Heights, 0.;
and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gold-
stein of Chicago.
After a honeymoon to Jamai-
ca, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
and Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
Eisenberg will reside at the
Marsailles Apartment in Oak
Park.

Gift Made to Publish
Works of Philosopher
Dr. Mordecai Kaplan

Memorial Forest as part of the
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Peace
Forest, was announced by Dr.
Israel Wiener, president of the
Jewish National Fund of Metro-
politan Detroit.
Dr. Wiener said that the
names of those planting trees
and of their families "will be
inscribed in memorial hooks
dedicated to the memory of
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, to be
presented to his family, pre-
served in the Library of Con-
gress and kept as an everlasting
record in Jerusalem."
The John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Peace Forest was announced
earlier by the Jewish National
Fund of America as an expres-
sion of the feelings of shock,
profound sorrow, and bereave-
ment of American Jewry over
the brutal assassination ofyresi-
dent Kennedy.
In a telegram addressed to
JNF presidents and councils in
every community in the United
States, part of which follows,
1Vlax Bressler, recently elected
president of the JNF of Amer-
ica, outlined the plan and pro-
cedure of action in connection
with the project:
"The Jewish National Fund,
sharing with all American peo-
ple and free world bottomless
grief over dastardly murder
president Kennedy, is resolved
to perpetuate his memory by

envisage John F. Kennedy Peace
Forest to be in the heart Ameri-
can Israel Freedom Forest on
the ancient site of Beitar where
2,000 years ago Bar Kochba
fought his last battles against
the legions of Rome for Israel's
freedom."
The planting of the John F.
Kennedy Peace Forest has re-
ceived the approval of Israel's
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol and
the full support of the govern-
ment and the people of Israel.
D e t r o i t Habonim will join
with National Habonim in plant-
ing trees in the Jewish National
Fund Habonim forest in Israel
in memory of President John
F.''Kennedy, Bruce Kutnick,
18039 Woodingham, director of
Detroit Habonim, announced
this week.

The Jews of India

The Jewish Community of In-
dia, part of which is said to
date back more than 2,000 years,
numbers some 20,000 persons,
the large majority of whom live
in Bombay with smaller com-
munities in Cochin and Cal-
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