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April 30, 1965 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-30

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Susan Ensink to Wed Viscount Samuel Describes Israeli
Ronald A. Forman
Courage, Ability to Defend Selves

Viscount Edwin Samuel, Hebrew "protective belts" was pointed
University professor, who for 42 to as the cause for the USSR's
years has been closely linked with flirting with the Arabs. Viscount
Samuel called it "part of the
life in Palestine and in Israel,
expressed confidence M on day Russian global strategy," Israel,
night, in an address to an aud- on the other hand, being viewed
ience that filled the Labor Zionist as a mere tiny spot on the globe.
Institute hall to capacity, that "it
"Israel is watchful over develop-
is extremely unlikely for war to ing events but is not alarmed, and
break out in the Middle East."
nobody loses any sleep over oc-
Speaking under auspices of the currences there." the eminent
adult education department of guest stated. "Israel is a much
Bnai Brith, Viscount Samuel ana- more normal country than people
lyzed the present conditions in the realize. People who go to Israel
Middle East, reviewed the Arab- would like to see all kosher homes
' Israel issue and stated that if and complete Sabbath observance
Nasser "took another crack at Is- —just because they themselves do
rael," the result for him would be not fully observe that way."
the same as in the last two mill-
He said that the presence of
tary encounters because "Israel is Egyptian troops at. Elath prevents
Egyptian shooting, but he said if
I geared to resist."
MISS SUSAN ENSINX
He explained that American they did Israel would be able to
avert handle it speedily and fully.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ensink, and British policies are to
a major armed conflict in the Viscount Samuel placed em-
13711 Kenwood, Oak Park, an- area_ He also said that Nasser phasis on the need for more
nounce the engagement of their is "trying to provoke Israel to secondary schools and commended
daughter Susan Faye to Ronald, make a false move, but Israel the American plan to build 72 new
Allen Forman, son of Mrs. Edna! has strong nerves—and I sug- ones there through the new UJA
program. He pointed to a changed
Forman, 21421 Kipling, Oak Park,. gest you, too, should have strong attitude towards Yiddish. "Israel.
nerves."
and the late Mr. Barney Forman.
Viscount Samuel gave an inter- is trying to keep the language
A Nov. 24 wedding is planned. esting account of the attitudes and alive because you won't," he pun-
the status of the 13 Arab states ned.
He said faith in God, confidence
Habimah Visits London I that are in conflict with -Israel, in their own ability to tackle prob-
indicating that Syria and Egypt
for Global Drama Festival are the major threatening nations. lems and the possession of world-
LONDON (JTA)—Israel's Habi- He explained that Nasser now is wide friends, "you among them,"
mah theater troupe arrived here handicapped by the bogging down he told the audience, provides Is-
strength.
April 22 for a series of perform- of some 40,000 of his troops in rael's
Witty, eloquent, conducting
ances which will be a feature of the Yemen.
the question-and-answer period
the 1965 International Drama Fes-
He also showed how the Arabs himself with great skill, Vis-
tival, an annual event in which are talking about unity of action
count Samuel won the hearts of
troupes of international fame par- to divert the Jordan waters but his audience. The tall, genial
ticipate.
are not acting, that "nobody is Viscount, carrying on a tradi-
This year, Habimah shares the quite sure Arabs will be united for tion for loyalty to Judaism and
honor with the French and Amer- very long," and he said that if the
a devotion to Israel, while re-
ican troupes. The Israeli players Arabs actually set up diversionary' taining a position of leadership
open April 26 with "The Dybbuk." installation at the Jordan River in his country, where he actively
The 35 Israeli actors and ac- that they will be blown up.
participated in work of the
Bourgibba's position was viewed House of Lords, is a good story-
tresses were greeted at the airport
by representatives of the Israeli as indicating a growing distrust teller and his sense of humor
Embassy and of the Aldwych The- of Nasser among Moslems.
always keeps him inseparable
Russia's desire to build up
from his audience with whom -
ater where they will perform.
he is able to establish strong
links.
ri).
He emphasized that he has deep
roots in Israel by pointing out that
Jprth Arm
his wife and two sons and two of
April 26 — To Mr. and Mrs. his grandchildren are sabras.
Last Week's Winner of the
• Morton Krasnick (Diane Fisher),
Robert Israel presided at the
16811 Asbury Park, a son, Richard meeting. Alfred Bounim led in the
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singing of the national anthems.
* * *
BIG BABY BONUS"
Mrs. Robert Kogan brought greet-
MRS. JOEL FINK
April 24—To Mr. and Mrs. ings from the national Bnai Brith
(7 lbs., 141/2 oz.)
Brent Slavin (Judith Hirshfield), adult education department. The
Congratulations on the birth of your
19803 Monte Vista, a daughter, musical program was provided by
son and we hope the RASKIN
Mrs. Harry Kaufman, who was ac-
PRODUCTS you received helped
Julie Renee.
make your first week at home
companied at the piano by Mrs.
* * *
easier.
Jack Mash.
April 23 — To Capt. and Mrs.
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April 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Weitz (Sandra Feldstein),
25854 Salem, Huntington Woods, a
daughter, Julie Rachel.
* * *
April 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome A. Moss, 24670 Rensselaer,
Oak Park, a son, Steven :Michael.

Hapgood's Essays
Recreate New York
East Side Flivor

"The Spirit of the Ghetto," a col-
lection of essays by Hutchins Hap-
good, with drawings from life by
Jacob Epstein, and with new notes
and a preface by Harry Golden,
to be published May 12, Funk &
Wagnalls, re-creates the flavor of
life in the Jewish community on
* * *
New York's Lower East Side at
April 18 — To Mr. and Mrs. the turn of the century.
Benno Levi (Ruth Hess), 15121
In these essays, first printed
Kenton, Oak Park, a son, Gabriel in thoughtful journals of the day
Samuel.
and published in collection in 1902,
* * *
Hctchins Hapgood describes streets
April 17 — To Mr. and Mrs. teeming with pushcart peddlers
Arnold M. Katz (Roslyn Marx), and ragpickers, sweatshop work-
25700 Southwood, Southfield, a ers and Talmudic scholars, intel-
lectuals and unionists, actors and
daughter, Lori Beth.
authors. Here is a community of
* * *
people who defeated omnipresent
April 15—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- poverty with laughter, a rich in-
old Blumenstein (Penny Bern- tellectual and religious life, and a
stein), 24610 Oneida, Oak Park, love of theater and literature.
a son, Richard Craig.
Jacob Epstein's drawings reveal
a rarely known fact of the great
April 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Karl sculptor's art. It was Hapgood who
Herman (Elaine Safran), 17220 first appreciated the work of Ep-
Robert, Southfield, a daughter, stein. The payment he received
for "The Spirit of the Ghetto"
Frances Ellen.
sketches enabled Epstein to sail
* * *
for Europe, where he achieved
March 30 — To Mr. and Mrs. fame as a sculptor and was hon-
Meyer Margolis (Sharon Burlak), ored by British knighthood.
19725 Maplewood, Livonia, a son,
Marc William.
Israel's tire production totaled
some 15,000 tons last year, about
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
half of _which _was manufactured
28—Friday, April 30, 1965
for export.

Fisher Lists Three New
Torch Drive Agencies

Max M. Fisher, president of the
United Foundation, announced the
directors had voted to add three
new agencies to those which are
supported by Torch Drive contri-
butions, bringing the total to 207.
He said the new agencies are
the Maternity and Infant Care
Project of the Detroit Macomb
Hospitals Association, the Home-
makers Service of Metropolitan
Detroit, and the alcoholism-out-
patient department of the St. Jos-
eph Hospital in Mt. Clemens.

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