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April 10, 1964 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-10

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The Miracle of Passover Is Retold Julius Horwitz's
`Can I Get There
By Candlelight?'

Pockets Are to Blame

married her. It was a beautiful
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
(Copyright, 1964, Jewish
practice and showed the human-
Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ity of the Jews. If you were
The newspapers are full of hungry, you did not have to
the
story
of
an
ex-employee
of
Julius Horwitz, whose short
hold up a man with a pistol.
stories in "The City" and his the Senate who is charged with
THE ANSWER MAN
first novel "The Inhabitants" having lined his pockets while
Near Columbus Circle in New
in
the
government
employ.
already have won the endorse-
The ancient Jews had a better York, in an office with the sign
ments of reviewers and readers,
"Jewish Information Bureau",
gains special attention with his way of dealing with this. They sits a man answering questions
newest novel, "Can I Get There went to the root. They worked all day long. He is Bernard G.
By Candlelight?" published by by prevention. According to
.7=v1 Richards, well-
Atheneum (162 E. 38th, N.Y. the Midrash, when Moses en-
writer, the
tered
the
tabernacle,
he
wore
a
16).
known Jewish
It is his most powerful work coat without any pockets, so
communal
and it is a revealing study of that not even the suspicion that
worker, w el 1-
he
had
taken
anything
could
be
I
military and civilians in Lon-
known Jewish
don, during World War II, as imputed to him.
man who help-
It is all a matter of tailoring.
they groped their way in the
4ed make Bran-
blackout, finding their loves. It It will do no• good to try one
deis a Zionist,
man and send him to jail.
;etc., etc.
Over 150 patients of Ypsilanti and Northville state mental is the story of the women who Another will repeat the offense.
became available to the Ameri-
Many auth-
hospitals, together with • residents of the House of Shelter,
cans who were in England dur- The real evil is in the tailoring.
ors on Jewish
take part in the recent Passover luncheon at Imperial Cater-
ing the war, the meetings in Public officials should not have
subjects apply
ers. The kosher meal, planned and executed by Rabbi Solomon the pubs, their search for iden- pockets in their pants. The
'. to the Jewish
Gruskin, chaplain, was made possible through a number of tity, the links that continued temptation is too great.
Information
women's service organizations affiliated with the Cooperative
There
is
the
story
of
Sholom
with those at home — experi-
Bureau for as-
Council. Rabbi Gruskin reported that as a result of the lunch-
ences being related in corres- Aleichem and his lawyer. When
sistance. In
eon, a young patient spoke for the first time in a year. "Up to pondence across the sea.
the Yiddish writer was intro-
G. Richards fact. he can
now, I hadn't been able to reach him," the rabbi said.
duced
to
him,
the
lawyer
stood
Horwitz is a master stylist
tell you in advance what new
and his theme in "Can I Get for long looking on, saying books on Jewish subjects will
nothing,
with
his
hands
in
his
There By Candlelight?" runs
shortly appear. Thus, I learn
smoothly, holding the reader's pockets.
from
Mr. Richards that, among
It annoyed Sholom Aleichem.
attention, keeping the reading
I the new books soon to appear,
Finally,
he
said
to
the
lawyer:
audience glued to the develop-
David M. Miro was reelected ments of a perfectly motivated "I must congratulate you. You are biographies of Judge Julian
W. Mack, Samual Untermeyer
are the first lawyer I ever saw,
president of Congregation theme.
and Dr. Schmarya:h Levin, and
Shaarey Zedek at the annual
There is something James- standing with his hands in his also a book about Jewish judges
meeting held at the synagogue sian in Horwitz's story — the own pockets."
in Southfield savage acquisition from the sav-
In ancient Israel, a hungry on the Supreme Court.
Lost Week's Winner of the
on Monday age master of so many modern person could go into the - corner
Ballroom Dancing by
night.
"RASKIN
writers. Horwitz is the genius of any field and eat of the fruit
Others who in his own rights and his new and grain. It was no crime, as
BIG BABY BONUS"
were re-elect- novel, with all its passion, will long as the person put the food
COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
MRS. MELVIN SEFFINGER
ed are: Louis get very wide attention.
in his mouth, not in his pockets.
/2
oz.)
(9 lbs., 31
Oak Park — LI 7-4470
Berry,
vice-
Ruth
was
doing
that
very
thing
Congratulations on the birth of
W. MAPLE AT CRANBROOK
president;
when she met Boaz, who later
your son and we hope the
Birmingham — MI 7-1262
RASKIN PRODUCTS you re-
Samual C. Ko- Israeli Children's
ceived helped make your first
van,
treasurer;
week at home easier.
3\rt-
Dr. Samuel Paintings on Display Toronto Employment
RASKIN FOOD CO.
FOR AN
Krohn, secre- at Embassy in D.C. Agencies to Ignore
OUTSTANDING AFFAIR . . .
tary.
Miro
Biased
Queries
on
Jobs
A selection of paintings by
April 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
CALL
Charles Agree, Abraham Bor- gifted Israeli children is being
TORONTO, (JTA) — Fifteen
Robert S. Dunsky (Harriet R. man, Edward Fleischman, I.
Meyers), 13148 Borgman, Hunt- Murray Jacobs and Harvey L. exhibited during "Independence p r i v at e employment agencies
ington Woods, a son, Daniel Weisberg were reelected mem- Month" at the Embassy of pledged to ignore biased in-
Pantomime Artist and M.C.
Israel in Washington. Israel's quiries among clients seeking
Gerald.
bers
of
the
board
of
trustees
for
And His Orchestra
* * *
Independence Day this year workers.
a second three-year term. Dr. falls on April 16.
Dr. Dan Hill, Ontario Human
March 31—To Mr. and Mrs. Max Lichter was elected for a
More than a thousand Wash- Rights Commission director,
Alan I. Rothenberg (Georgiana three-year term to succeed
ington
school children will be said the pledge would set a new
Silverman, formerly of Detroit), Louis Luckoff who had com-
the Embassy during tone in employers' relations
visiting
13843 Oxnard, Van Nuys, Calif., pleted two terms in office and
April
to
see the artistic crea- with employment agencies.
a son, Bradford David.
became ineligible for reelec-
"It may not completely elim-
tions of Israeli children, as well
* * *
tion.
inate discrimination but it will
as to participate in group sing-
be a big step," Dr. Hill said.
March 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
ing of Israeli folk music.
Myrton Rosenberg (Ilene Solo- U.S. Hebrew Magazine
The visitors will see a new "No employer will be able to
mon), 19790 Dorset, Southfield, for Children Reported
Israeli film based on colorful call up and say: 'Don't send me
a daughter, Randi Sue.
cartoons representing various any Negroes or Jews.' "
Reaching 50,000 Youths aspects of national life. Mrs.
The pledge provides for the
* * *
NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
promulgation of a clear policy
March 25 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Zena
Harman,
wife
of
Ambas-
Hebrew language publication
Mark Saidman (Mary August), Olam Hadash (New World) for sador Avraham Harman, will of non-discrimination to a 11
24381 Rensselaer, Oak Park, a children enters its third year be hostess to the visitors on supervisors a n d interviewers
April 19. The children of mem- and for acceptance and classifi-
son, John David.
of publication this week, it was
bers of the Israel Embassy will cation of job orders from em-
* * *
announced here by Asher Wolk,
ployers based on specifications
Max Schrut
March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. managing editor. He reported be hosts during all the other of fitness, not on race, color or
For Good Photographs
visits.
Nathan Manela (Eunice Hart), that the publication reaches
and Prompt Service
creed.
32139 Barkley, Livonia, a daugh- 50,000 children and youth every
Call me at
Israel
Starts
3rd
Round
ghter, Marla Dawn.
month. It has subscribers in the
Herzl Camp Registration
* *
United States, Canada, Latin of Euromart Discussion
Registration for Herzl sum-
March 19 — To Mr. and Mrs. American countries, and a spe-
The mer camp at Devil's Lake, Wis.,
BRUSSELS
(
J
T
A
)
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
'Lawrence • Saidman (Arlene cial edition for South Africa.
is now open. For applications
We Come to Your Home
The magazine is designed third round of Israel's negotia- and information, call Detroit
Lupovitch), 7 Behr Ave., San
With Samples
tions for a satisfactory trade
Francisco, Calif., a son, Steven primarily for youngsters in the agreement with the European representatitve Jerry Waldman,
UN 4-6845
TY 5-8805
8-16 age bracket It is read in
Neil.
831-2337.
Economic
Community
got
un-
Hebrew Day Schools and used
* *
derway Wednesday. The Is-
To Dr. and Mrs. Milton J. for study in the high schools raeli delegation, headed by Is-
For the Ultimate in Music
Siegel (Gloria Manela), former in the Hebrew curriculum. At rael's ambassador to Brussels
the
bottom
of
each
page
the
Detroiters now of Flint, a son,
newspaper features the Hebrew Amiel Najar, began talks with
David Michael.
words in English translation a delegation representing the
KE 4-5980
European Common Market as
Call Maury Little
used in the stories on that page.
well as with representatives of
Recommended by Physicians
the six member nations.
JWV Leader Opposes
In the current round of talks,
Enrollments are now being accepted at
Amendment on Prayers the Israeli delegation will pre-
Daniel Neal Heller, national sent the Israel Government's
Expert Mohel
commander of the Jewish War reply to the latest proposals
Boys and girls 4 to 11 years old will again be offered the
Serving Hospitals and Homes
unique experience of day camping as a feature of Congrega-
Veterans, decried the Becker which were put forward by the
LI 1-9769
LI 2-4444
tion Shaarey Zedek's outstanding education program. Your
amendment and warned against EEC last month.
child will participate in:
tampering with the Bill of
The proposals consisted of a
• Games
• Singing
• Arts
suspension of the EEC regula-
Rights of the Constitution.
CERTIFIED EXPERT MOHEL
• Experience
• Music
"Proposed prayer amend- tion providing for a common
Overnights

RABBI

with Jewish
ments to the Constitution," external tariff of 20 per cent
• Swimming
content
Commander Heller stated, and the reduction in tariffs
• Dramatics
• Crafts
"would be an unprecedented on some 20 items from a list
The Day Camp meets at the new and spacious Shaarey
Zedek building — Northwestern Highway at 11 Mile Road—
first-time-in-American - history, of 37 previously presented by
FE 4-8266
FE 4-4149
providing the utmost in indoor facilities and 40 acres of
alteration of the basic document Israel.
Serving in Hospitals and Homes
outdoor fun.
on 'which American freedom is
Session One — (4 weeks) — June 29 — July 24
Israel's Shoe Industry
founded and under which our
Session Two — (3 weeks) — July 27 — August 14
industry
turns
Israel's
leather
democracy
has
flourished
so
.
REY.
Weekdays — 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.
successfully for almost two cen- out 5,000,000 pairs of shoes a
Transportation is available in most areas.
year, most of which is for do-
turies."
For information, you are cordially invited to call immediately
Commander Heller urged mestic consumption. Of the total
MOHEL
the Shaarey Zedek Day Camp Office at
strongest opposition to the so- produced, 45 per cent are for
Serving at Homes and Hospitals
375-5544
called Becker amendment and women, 40 per cent for children
DI 1-9909
and 15 per cent for men.
similar legislative proposals.

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