On Oct. 9 at 8:30 p.m. the Labor
Zionist Council of Detroit will
celebrate its 60th anniversary at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Airs. Irving Greenberg, chairman
of the cultural Committee of the
L. Z. Council, announces that
Marie Syrkin, member of the ex-
ecutive of- hte Jewish Agency, will
be the keynote speaker at the cele-
bration. Dr. Sykrin, daughter of
Nachman Sykrin, one of the found-
ers of Poale Zion, is an author
Pinchas Cruso, honorary presi-
dent of IZOA, will make a special
presentation. Mrs. Emma Schaver
will appear in a musical program.
Chairman of the evening will be
Morris Lieberman, who heads of
the Zionist Council and the Israel
Greetings will be extended on
behalf of the Jewish Community
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Council; Detroit Council of Pio-
neer Women by Mrs. Sam Fish-
; man; the city committee of Far-
; band, by Harry Schumer; and by
and Staff of the
, a member of Habonim Labor Zion-
The affair will be in the form
of a M'lava Malka, and in the
spirit of the holiday Sukkot. Mrs.
wish the entire Jewish community
Harry Mondry heads the refresh-
ments committee, which is prepar-
of Detroit and its suburbs
ing catered late supper. Serving i
with Mrs. Mondry are Mesdames .1
A Happy New Year
Harry Basin, Walter Rabinowitz,
Hyman Max, Morris B. Hearshen,
Irving Pokempner, Elbert Dia-
mond,Louis Slabosky, Sidney
Brickner and Stanley Jacobson.
The decor of the Jubilee is i
being arranged by a committee
20500 James Couzens
headed by Morris Lifshay. Saul
Glosser and Mesdames Raymond .!
• Goldbaum, Isadore L. Shrodeck,
and Manfred Werner, are assisting
Lifshay with displays, featuring
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the areas of activities of the entire
and Friends, and to The Jewish Commuity
Labor Zionist Movement.
' Following the formal celebra-
tion, Hy Herman and his orchestra
will provide music for dancing.
Emanuel Mark, regional director
of LZOA, announces that admission
is by donation. The entire com-
munity is invited. For reservations
call DI. 1-0131 or DI. 1-0669.
Cranbrook House Motel
Sholem Aleichem Institute Begins
40th Year With Talk by Yiddish Poet
Yiddish poet-critic Eliezer Green- held at the Institute.
berg helped Sholem Aleichem
At the Saturday evening ban
Institute launch its 40th year last quet, Greenberg suggested that
weekend with a challenge to Amer- the means to "overcome our oc-
casional attacks of despair" lies
"Never before has there been with education. The third genera-
such an emphasis on culture in tion in America now has the
the United States," he said. "But security to acknowledge itself
are we Jews doing all we can?" If that the first two lacked, he said.
American Jewry is to survive, As an example, he said, Norman
warned Greenberg, "it must be Mailer, "the biggest guy in
aroused from its lethar gy " and American Jewish writing, is sud-
start making the contribution to denly interested in Hasidism."
"Yiddish literature is accom-
American Jewish culture that it
plishing what hasn't been done
has made in other spheres.
before," said Greenberg. "Sabras
Greenberg addressed anniversary– who once scorned Yiddish are
meetings Friday and Saturday overcome by the powers of its
evening, and on Saturday after- literature."
noon he read a number of his
Greenberg, author of five books
own poems. All gatherings were of poetry, edits; the Yiddish literary
Mrs. Ettie Raphael
Executive Head of
Hillel Day School
monthly, "The Zukunft."
The education Greenberg was
stressing—as the means toward the
preservation of Judaism — is an
integral part of the program of
Sholem Aleichem Institute, a
secular, culture-centered organiza-
George Zeltzer, president of the
Institute. introduced Greenberg and
in his remarks also pointed to "the
challenge of the future."
"Our concern now," he said,
"is who will pick up the flag
from my generation. We must in-
still in the children some kind of
inspiration . . . Time :IS running
out on all of us. I'm - Concerned
that we have to concretize our
program so it will be meaning-
ful to youth and their parents."
Tribute was paid at the gather-
ing to Moishe Haar, director of the
Greetings were extended by
Issac Finkelstein, honorary presi-
dent and a founder of the Institute.
Ruth Goldman, Shirley Benyas and
Leo Mogill sang several numbers
in Hebrew and Yiddish, also lead-
ing the group in community sing-
ing. Rose Mash was accompanist.
The appointment of Mrs. Ettie
Raphael as executive secretary of
Hillel Day School was announced
by Max Goldsmith, president.
A staffmember of the Jewish
Welfare Federation over five years,
Mrs. Raphael served as director
of the Allied Jewish Campaign's
metropolitan division and of the
educational services section of the
As chief ad-
ficer, her duties
will include su-
school and its
zations and serv- Mrs. Raphael
ing as secretary to the board of
directors. In addition, Mrs. Raphael
will act as director of development
and supervise the school's annual THE ANATOMY OF CON-
fund-raising campaign and ongoing DOMINIUM EWALD CIRCLE will
capital needs program. he the subject of realtor William
Now in its eighth year. Hillel E. Booth's spech at the opening
Day School opened the fall sem- meeting of the Commercial Real-
ester with an enrollment of 218 tors, an affiliate of the Detroit
students — kindergarten through Real Estate Board, 9 a.m. Friday
8th grade. ' at the Lee Plaza Hotel.
LEADING — WHEELING — DEALING
Passed by Senate
At the Adas Shalom Pre-High Holy Day Israel Bond leadership
reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Katkin, a total of $190,000 in
Israel Bond subscriptions was announced. From left: Mrs. Katkin,
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal, Dr. Carl Hermann Voss, guest speaker, and
Mr. Katkin. Mrs. Katkin was presented with a copy of "Rabbi and
Minister," autographed by Dr. Voss, the author. Israel Bond sub-
scriptions included purchases by Adas Shalom Synagogue and by the
Northwest Hebrew Memorial Park.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, September 24, 1965
60th Anniversary Program for labor Zionism
The U. S. Senate Wednesday
passed the immigration bill, ab-
olishing the national origins law
by a vote of 76 to 18. The opposi-
tion was mostly from the South.
The Senate version of the bill
imposes a 120,000 limit on Canad-
ian and Latin American immi-
The measure, which now goes
to the Senate-House conference
committee, will go into effect in
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