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May 01, 1964 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-01

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Pioneer Women Set Cannister Drive 'Sloan-Ronen Troth
for Child's Day; to Fete New Members Is Announced Here

Israel Youth Orchestra, Isaac Stern,
Listed in Next Masonic Concert Series

A local cannister drive, in which
several hundred members of Pio-
neer Women will participate in
observance of World Jewish Child's
Day, will take place Sunday
through Tuesday, it was announced
by Mrs. Nathan Glenner, vice pre-
sident of funds for Detroit Council.
Chairing this final phase of the
campaign will be Mrs. Albert Her-
man, in Oak Park, and Mesdames
Hy Ross and Elaine Dworkin, De-
troit and suburbs.
Proceeds during this drive will
further the activities of Pioneer
Women's child rescue program for
Youth Aliyah, in addition to its
regular program of maintaining
social welfare and educational ser-
vices throughout Israel through its
sister organization Moetzet Hapoa-
lot.
* * *
Culminating its concerted six-
month membership drive, De-
troit Council will host new mem-
bers and their sponsors at a
petite luncheon and fashion show
1 p.m. Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Carl Siegel, 1134 Charring-
ton, Birmingham,
In charge of the luncheon will
be Mrs. Harry Levitt, Council vice
president, assisted by Mrs. Alex
Schreier, membership chairman.

Detroit M a s o n i c Auditorium's Symphony; Eugene Ormandy with
1964-1965 Concert Series includes the Philadelphia Orchestra and Her-
the Roger Wagner Chorale making bert Von Karajan with the Berlin
its first appearance with orchestra Philharmonic. Also on the series
Oct. 23. of five symphony concerts will be
Van Cliburn returns Nov. 6, fol- the finest youth orchestra in Eur-
lowed by the New York City Opera ope—the Israel National Youth Or-
in Johann Strauss' "Die Fleder- chestra —and the Warsaw Philhar-
maus." Julius Rudel, director of monic.
The dance series will include
the New York City Opera, will con-
the Moiseyev Dance Company; the
duct the performance Nov. 21.
Isaac Stern, one of the top three Leningrad Kirov Ballet; the Folk-
violinists in the world, will be pre- lorico of Mexico and Antonio's
Madrid Dancers.
sented in concert Jan. 8.
Orders for season tickets are
Jose Greco, with his Spanish now being taken at Masonic Audi-
Dance Company, will appear Feb. torium box office.
5.
On Feb. 20, Masonic Auditorium
FOR THE BEST IN
will present Marian Anderson in
MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
a farewell concert.
The San Francisco Ballet will ap-
pear April 3.
And His Orchestra
Masonic Auditorium's Symphony
Series next season will be featured
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by the appearance of three of the
world's greatest conductors—Sir
John Barbirolli with the Houston
The True International Touch!

Highlight will be an original
showing of spring hats with Pio-
neer Women members as models.
Mrs. Frank Rath will be commen-
tator.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Irwin
Berman, former regional chairman
of Pioneer Women. Mrs. Milton
Weiss, president of Detroit Coun-
cil, will greet new members and
sponsors.

Shakespeare Study
by 2 Scholars: Its
Theory on Shylock

In "Shakespeare's Politics," by
Prof. Allan Bloom of Cornell and
MISS PAULINE SLOAN
Harry V. Jaffa of Ohio State Uni-
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sloan,
versity, published by Basic Books
(404 Park S., N.Y. 16), a major 22040 Stratford, Oak Park, an-
chapter deals with Shylock and nounce the engagement of their
"The Merchant of Venice," under daughter, Pauline, to Amir Ronen,
the title "On Christian and Jew." son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Spiva-
The authors express the view kovsky of Tel Aviv. A June 16
that: "Shakespeare's explicit treat- wedding is planned.
ment of the possibility of an inter
racial, interfaith society is given
its most detailed development in

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Activities

Women's Clubs

(More Clubs, Page 19)

OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 3:30

p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Jack Carmen, 23551 Wildwood,
Oak Park.
* * *
RODIN CLUB will meet 1 p.m.
May 13 at the home of Mrs. Irving
Burke, 5541 W. Outer Dr. The
annual closing luncheon will be
held June 18.
* * *
HOME RELIEF SOCIETY will
hold a board, meeting 12:30 p.m.
May 8 at the home of Mrs. Charles
Smith, 18654 San Juan.
• * *
IOTA ALPHI PI SORORITY will
hold its annual Mothers and Daugh-
ters Banquet 6:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Raleigh House.
* * *
CALORIE COUNTERS is plan-
ning its annual spring party and
new marathons. Guests invited.
For information on time and place,
call 862-6935 or LI 2-8656.
* * *
LIVONIA GROUP, Hadassah, will
install officers noon Monday at
Hadassah House. Mrs. Morris Ad-
ler will be guest speaker and in-
stalling officer. Guests invited.
*
*
EZRA AID TO ISRAEL will
hold a brunch noon Monday at the
home of Mrs. Sam Cherry, 17164
Mendota. Cohostess will be Mrs.
Max Cherry. Guests invited.

\

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

his two Venetian plays, two plays
which may well be thought the
most profound recorded analysis of
the relation of Jew and Christian,
of white man and black man."
The two authors also aver: "It
was only in Venice that Othello
and Shylock could act out their
potentials; they were foreigners,
and only Venice provided them
freedom and a place in the city."
The study of Shylock and the
other "Merchant" characters dif-
fers in many respects from previ-
ous studies. The elevation of Por-
tia, usually considered less power-
ful that the character delineated
in the Bloom-Jaffa study, to great
glory, does not sound too convinc-
ing. "The Merchant of Venice" is
not generally considered among
Shakespeare's outstanding plays as
these two authors claim, and the
riffraff who are in the cast of
characters hardly deserve the
treatment accorded them here.
Their conclusion is: "Shakes-
peare does not understand Juda-
ism, for he saw it from the out-
side; he looked at it, as no man
rightfully can, from a purely po-
litical point of view. But he was
personally less interested in the
question of Judaism than in man's
attempt to become man and man
alone."
So far so good, but in view of
the possibility that the Shylock
theme was akin to another similar
tale in which the character was
not a Jew, and because there
really were anti-Jewish attitudes
in Shakespeare's time although
there were no Jews in England at
the time, the book under review
does leave the reviewer a bit puz-
zled. It is not an entirely con-
vincing study.

BB YOUNG ADULTS will hold
its annual regional convention in
Detroit May 8-10.
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAPIER
will celebrate the 40th anniversary
of BBYO 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. Ac-
cording to Mesdames Harry Michel-
son, president, and Robert Israel,
program chairman, the program will
include a cantata written and di-
rected by Ron Grossman of AZA.
Refreshments will be served.
• * *
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER is plan-
ning a Wednesday afternoon bowl-
ing league at the Oak Park Lanes.
Babysitting will be provided by the
bowling alley. For information,
call Mrs. Harold Gaynor, EL 7-5344,
or Mrs. Henry Lesliman, GR 6-1396.
• * *
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAPTER will
present an Anti-Defamation League
"Rumor Clinic" 8:30 p.m. May 14,
at the Workman's Circle Center.
The clinic will be conducted by Mrs.
Julius Droza, past president of the
chapter. Refreshments will be
served.
* * *
ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
will hold its ninth annual installa
tion of officers and dinner-dance
8:30 p.m. Saturday at Cong.
Shaarey Shomayim. Music by Eric
Rosenow's orchestra will be pro-
vided. For reservations, call Isaac
Greener, 532-5462, or Sam Freed-
man, 356-6171.

Bnai Brith to Repeat
Its Art Competition

Bnai Brith Women's successful
art competition of last year will
Goodman's Issues
be repeated this spring, with a
new twist, Mrs. Leonard Sims,
New 'Favorite Dishes'
BBW president, has announced.
Mrs. Sims said that members
The new edition of "Favorite
of the women's service organiza-
Goodman Dishes", issued by A.
tion who are amateur artists will
Goodman & Sons, Inc., is now
again vie with each other nation-
available to The Jewish News
ally for a prize of $100 for the
readers.
best work on any subject and, for
Contents of this 32-page book
the first time, a special prize
include 11 different groups of reci-
of $50 on a subject of particular
pes from soups to sauces, and eco-
interest to Bnai Brith Women. In
nomic ideas for left-overs.
addition, there will be certificate
Copies are available by writing
awards and honorable mentions in
to The Jewish News or filling out
each medium.
the coupon below, and sending to
Winning paintings and drawings
A. Goodman & Sons, Inc., 21-07
will be on display in Klutznick Ex-
41st Ave., Long Island 1, New
hibit Hall of the Bnai Brith Build-
JIVV Auxiliary gives Holy Ark
York.
ing in Washington, during the
to New Haven Veteran Hospital month of June. Winners will re-
NEW HAVEN (JTA) — A Holy ceive their awards at ceremonies
A. Goodman & Sons, Inc.
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Haven Veterans Hospital by the chapter.
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Ladies Auxiliary of the New
Please send me a copy
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The dollars you put in U.S. sav-
of your new "Favor-
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The presentation was made at sonal financial security—and your
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Address
Rabbi Albert Friedman and Rabbi
Leon Mirsky. Rabbi Friedman is THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
City & State
Friday, May 1, 1964
the hospital's Jewish chaplain.
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SAM EMMER

LondasEnglando

JNF to Host Annual
Attorneys' , Reception

ZAN WERT
fAuxims

California
Attorney-General
Stanley Mask will address a recep-
tion sponsored by the Foundation
for the Jewish National Fund
lawyers committee, 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Judge Benjamin D. Burdick of
the Circuit Court will preside over
the annual conclave of lawyers
and accountants. The lawyers
committee, part of a national or-
ganization of attorneys, seeks the
inclusion of the Jewish National
Fund as a beneficiary in the wills
of American Jews.

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