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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-07-10

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Eshkol Gets Copy of Herz! Letter



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This facsimile of a holograph letter written by Theodor Herzl
to a Rhode Island Jew, was presented to Israel Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol during his visit to the Jewish Theological Seminary in New
York last month. The original letter was written in 1901 to S. Mason
of Providence, R. I., giving the Zionist leader's views on the role of
the American Jewish community. Written in German, it has never
before been published in English. The original is part of the collec-
tion housed in the seminary library. It reads in part, "For some
time I have been looking hopefully towards America, for I believe
that this young land, full of growing energy, will be the stronghold
for the segments of our nation scattered there. . . • Be strong and
energetic, my brethren! The day will come when your strength
and your energy will be needed and called for under the renewed
flag of Israel! With Zion Greetings, Theodor Herzl."

Israel Invents
More Suitable
Topless Model

TEL AVIV—Proving that its
standard of living can measure
up to any in the West, Israel
not only has imported the top-
less bathing suit, but has un-
veiled a modest version of its
own.
With Yankee-like eagerness,
Israeli women mobbed the
stores, primarily to look. In the
mad rush of sales, three Israel-
designed "convertible models"
were snapped up. The "pure top-
less" suits i m p o r t e d from
Queens, N.Y., also are to be
seen.
The Rabbinical Council of
Naturei Kar t a, the extreme
Orthodox sect, eyed the "abom-
ination" with the fear that po-
lice would look the other way
should any women appear on
the beach wearing the suits.
But soon after, the police de-
partment announced it would
view with disfavor such "in-
decent exposure."
An Israeli correspondent,
meanwhile, suggested that the
Rudi Gernreich rage was influ-
enced by strike fever. The
theory is that the designer went
on strike before the suit could
be finished.

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A.rtit Announcements

June 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
ton Krinsky (Irene Tendler),
15516 Stansbury, a daughter, Les-
"RASKIN
lye Jill.
* *
BIG BABY BONUS"
June 19—To Dr. and Mrs. Ar-
MRS. DALE SILVERBERG
nold Zuroff (Joanne Berezin of
(8 lbs. , 3oz.)
Tiffin, 0.1, Ft. Jay, Governors Is..
Congratulations on the birth of your
RASKIN
son and we hope the
N.Y., a son, Jerome.
you received helped
PRODUCTS
* * *
make your first week at home easier.
May 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Noel
RASKIN FOOD CO.
A. Gage (Hilda Rosenberg). 24111
Beverly, Oak Park, a daughter.
July 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Harold Jacqueline Ilene.
Plotnick • (Judy Blinn, formerly of
Flint, Ann Arbor, a son, Steven Berman Named V-P of
James.
Education Association
* * *
The election of Mandell L. Ber-
July 4--To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
man of Detroit as a vice-presi-
Frank (Bernadine Feinstein), 19514 dent of the American Association
Archer, a son, Bruce Alan.
for Jewish Education has ben an-
* * *
nounced by Isa-
July 3—To Mr. and and Mrs. dore Breslau,
Stewart J. Gottlieb (Helen Hackel- president. T h e
man) of Stansbury Ave., a daugh- American Asso-
ter, Susan Jill.
ciation for Jew-
* * *
ish Education i
June 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Jerry a national serv-
Goldfaden (Judy Goldsmith), 15261 ice agency for
Pearson. Oak Park, a son, David coordination, pro-
Randy.
motion and
* * *
search in Jewish
June 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron- education in the
ald Cohen (Barbara Tarnopol) of United States and
Wildwood Ave., Oak Park, a daugh- Canada. Berman,
senior vice-presi-
ter, Annette Susan.
dent of a resi-
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Television Programs

TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
Feature: "Hatred—the Seed and
the Fruit." Part II of a discussion
between Dr. Leon Weliczker Wells,
a survivor of the Nazi era, and
Sidney Shevitz, president of the
Jewish Community Council, on the
subject of the relationships be-
tween men during the holocaust
and in general society.

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: The role and activities
of the Jewish Women's European
Welfare Organization will be dis-
cussed by Mrs. Morris Miller and
Mrs. Morris B. Haut, presidents of
the Detroit and North Woodward
branches.

THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Jews in Iran," a dis-
cussion between Dr. Ezra Spice-
handler, professor of Hebrew liter-
ature at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege, Jewish Institute of Religion,
and recent Fullbright research
professor at the Universit of Te-
heran; and Joseph Edelman, direc-
tor of the Culture Commission of
the Jewish Community Council.

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Susan Barak Bride
of Joel S. illorse

JWV Activities

SOL YETZ - MORRIS COHEN
AUXILIARY will meet 8 p.m.
Monday at the home of Dorothy
Schwartzman, 19911 Ward. A re-
port on the Department of Michi-
gan convention will be giyen by
president Betty Spinner, and plans
for a steak roast to be given in
conjunction with the post will be
discussed.

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Barak of Pennington Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob Granader of W. Chicago
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Morse.
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She was attended by her sister,
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Richard Brody served as best
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used shop equipment and tooling machinery for $7,500
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ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Two of America's out-
standing men of letters, Mark Van
Doren and Maurice Samuel, will
discuss "Institution and Law, Part
I," as part of a series of literary
dialogues on "Moral Dilemmas of
the Bible."
*
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "Judaism and the So-
cial Sciences," with Rabbi Dudley
Weinberg of Cong. Emanu-El B'ne
Jeshurun, Milwaukee; and Dr.
Warner Bloomberg, associate pro-
fessor of urban affairs at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin.

will hold its 14th annual golf out-
ing Tuesday. at Knollwood Golf and
Country Club. Guests invited.
Reservations may be made by
calling the chairman, Arthur Mevis,
342-2333. Dr. Emanuel J. Green is
worshipful master.
* * *
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in helping to keep America strong.
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