$150,500 Bond Sale at Bnai Moshe
At the Congregation Bnai Moshe testimonial dinner in honor
of Eugene Weiss, "Bnai Moshe Man of the Year," which resulted in
Israel Bond subscriptions totaling $150,500, are (from left) seated:
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Weiss; standing: Arthur Boschan, dinner co-
chairman; Rabbi Moses Lehrman, who gave the tribute; and Norbert
Reinstein, toastmaster. Boschan and Stephen Lanyi hosted a leader-
ship reception at Town and Country Club in advance of the dinner.
Sept. 26 — To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Berger (Angel Bobrick, formerly
of Denver, Colo.) 21811 Coolidge,
Oak Park, a son, Scott Alan.
BIG BABY BONUS"
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MRS. MELVYN STERNFELD
Sept. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs.
(9 lbs., 13 oz.)
Larry J. Sandler, 25469 Lincoln
Congratulations on the birth of your
Terrace Dr., Oak Park, a son, Brad
son and we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
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make your first week at home
Sept. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
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ert Sylvor (Barbara Lebowitz of
Detroit) of Riverdale, N. Y., a
Oct. 2 — To Capt. and Mrs. Don- daughter, Jennifer Anne.
ald Sherman (Joyce Sperling),
former Detroiters stationed at Ft.
Sept. 22 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Eustis, Va., a son, Stuart Lee.
Gerald D. Tauber (Joyce Rosen),
15847 F a i r f a x, Southfield, a
Oct. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs. Ron- daughter, Susan Beth.
ald M. Horwitz (Carol Bransky),
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26060 Radclift, Oak Park, a son,
Sept. 18 — To Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald Weingarden (Maxine Kaye),
23460 Plumbrook, Southfield, a son,
Oct. 1 — To Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Michael Alan.
Opotowsky (Enid Berk), formerly
of Detroit and now of Hacienda
Sept. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
Hts., Calif., a daughter, Catherine bert Speiser (Judith Berris), 25037
Rue Versailles, Oak Park, a daugh-
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ter, Mindy Renee.
Sept. 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Sher (Carole Cohen),
To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M.
20298 Avon, a daughter, Lori Alyse.
Schriber (Marilyn Krause), for-
Sept. 29 — To Mr. and Mrs. merly of Oak Park and now of
Frank Zedde (Ada Cohen), 19325 Alpena, an adopted daughter,
Magnolia, Southfield, a daughter, Susan Adele.
`Deities and Dolphins,'
Sept. 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart Joel Barrett (Susan Fis), New Book by Glueck,
former Detroiters of Creve Couer,
Explores Desert Finds
Mo., a son, Michael Isaac.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
Recommended by Physicians
stitute of Religion, which has
schools in Cincinnati, New York,
Los Angeles and Jerusalem, is the
author of a new book, "Deities and
Dolphins," the story of the
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Nabataeans who flourished in the
first centuries BCE and CE. Pub-
lished by Farr a r, Straus and
Giroux, it has 650 pages with over
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The kingdom of the Nabataeans
extended f r o m Transjordan
across the Negev to Sinai and
from Arabia to Syria, controll-
ing Damascus when Paul visited
that city after emerging from
Rabbi Glueck based his book's
title on the deities and dolphins
discovered when, as director of
the American School of Oriental
Research in Jeruselem, he ex-
cavated the Nabataean temple of
Khirbet Tannur, the most com-
plete temple of its kind to be
Throughout the world the superb
talents of YEHUDI MENUHIN,
who will appear at Detroit's Ma-
sonic Auditorium on Oct. 16, have
placed him in the highest echelon
both as a violinist and as one of
the truly great musicians of his
time. It is generally known that
Menuhin has long shown enthusi-
asm for and given encouragement
to those youthful artists whose po-
tentials he can immediately verify
by virtue of his own vast exper-
ience, therefore the joint appear-
ance of Fou Ts'ong, accomplished
young pianist and his son-in-law,
again demonstrates his confidence
in youth. Fou was awarded the
coveted first prize in the fiercely
competitive Warsaw International
Contest. Menuhin began playing
the violin at the age of 5, and
made his first appearance at the
age of 8 as soloist with the San
Francisco Symphony under the
direction of Alfred Hertz.
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World-renowned for their bril-
liant feats in the air, for the fan-
tastic swiftness of their turns and
leaps, members of the ROYAL
DANISH BALLET, among the old-
est of the "court" ballets, will be
at Detroit's Masonic Auditorium
for two performances Oct. 22 and
23. Predating even the Imperial
Russian Ballet, which acknowledges
many Danish influences, the Royal
Danish Ballet had its beginning
in 1577 when King Frederik II
ordered the "Morian Dance of
Fools" by the poet Morten Borup
to be performed in the castle court-
yard in honor of the christening
of his son, afterward Christian IV.
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The POZNAN CHOIR of Poland,
founded over 500 years ago, will
visit Detroit Oct. 31, when it ap-
pears in a single concert at Masonic
RECEIVING HOSPITAL SERV-
ICE LEAGUE will hold its fall
meeting 7:30 p.m. Oct. 25 at the
David Whitney House, Wayne Coun-
ty Medical Association. "The Cry
for Help," a documentary which
deals with the handling of the sui-
cidal person by police personnel,
will be narrated by Dr. BRUCE
DANTO, assistant chief of adult
in-patient phychiatric service at
Herman Keifer Branch, Detroit
General Hospital. The public is in-
vited. Awards will be presented to
evening volunteers at Detroit Gen-
eral. For information, call the
League office, WO 1-7302, Ext. 534.
French Youths' Zionist Influence
Related by Paris Federation Veep
Yerachmiel Rozenblum, of Paris,
vice-president of the Z i o n i s t
Federation of France, who was on
a brief visit in Detroit, Monday
conferred with Zionist leaders
under the chairmanship of Carmi
M. Slomovitz, president of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit,
and reported on the progress of
efforts to create a cultural atmos-
phere for French Jewish youth.
Rozenblum said that the 3,000
Parisian Zionists, whose movement,
like all Jewish movements, has suf-
fered from assimilationism in
their country, are now looking to
the youth for inspiration.
Formerly a journalist, n o w
operating a travel bureau, Rozen-
blum said that for 15 years many
hundreds of Jewish youth have
been going to camps in Israel and
are bringing back with them a new
"In the first years, close to 400
youth went to Israel camps year-
ly," he said. "Now, at least 150
youths go yearly to Israel from
Paris. Of the numbers that went
there, 6'00 have settled in Israel.
There was a time when we brought
Zionism from the elders to the
youth. Now, the youth are bring-
ing a new spirit to their elders."
"This," he added, is the best
injection of a new spirit we are
Nazi Admits He Helped
Kill Jews in Sobibor
HAGEN, W. Germany (JTA) —
Former SS Sgt. Franz Wolf, 58,
one of 11 former SS men on trial
here on charges of participating
in the wartime murder of 250,000
Jews in the Sobibor death camp
in Poland, admitted that he helped
kill the victims.
"The well-being of the soul can
be obtained only after that of the
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
body has been secured."
—Maimonides 22—Friday, October 8, 1965
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Capitol Shows Art
by Rep. Faxon
An exhibition of watercolors by
State Rep. Jack Faxon is cur-
rently on display in the State
Capitol Building in Lansing.
The works, to be shown at the
Capitol through Wednesday, will
go on display the
following day in
t h e Community
Arts Gallery of
ing date of that
exhibit will be
Faxon, a grad-
uate of Wayne
college of educa-
tion, taught his-
tory before be-
coming t h e
to the Michigan
1961. He was
elected to the House of Represen-
tatives last year.
His art work is described as
"spirited and distinctive" by Al-
bert Landry, director of the J. L.
Hudson Gallery. "Self-taught, he
uses his surface as if it were a
writing tablet and one can draw
certain analogies to oriental art,"
experiencing in French Zionism."
Rosenblum was the guest here
of his sister-in-law, Minna Kresch,
18678 Birwood. He also was the
guest here of his brothers-in-law,
Harry Greenbaum and K u n o
Greenbaum. Mrs. Rozenblum ac-
companied him on his visit in De-
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