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October 15, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-15

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Testimonial Dinner for Haber
Attracts Nationwide Interest

Spokesmen for leading Jewish Dr. William Haber, president of
movements will join in honoring American ORT Federation, dean
of the College of Art, Science and
Literature of the University of
Michigan, at the testimonial din-
ner to be given by the Detroit
l'ien's ORT Chapter, Sunday eve-
ning, Oct. 31, at the Pontchartrain
Hotel.
Dr. Harlan Hatcher, president
of the University of Michigan, will
be the guest speaker.
Last Week's Winner of the
Harry H. Platt, president of the
"RASKIN
new ORT men's chapter, will be
the toastmaster. Brief addresses
BIG BABY BONUS"
expressing appreciation for Dr.
MRS. FRANK ZEDDE
Haber's numerous contributions to
(11 lbs., 4 oz.)
world Jewish movements will be
Congratulations on the birth of your
given by prominent leaders.
daughter and we hope the RASKIN
PRODUCTS you received helped
Herman A. August is chairman
make your first week at home
easier.
of the dinner arrangements com-
RASKIN FOOD CO. mittee.
Messages of greetings and com-
Oct. 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Gerald mendations for Dr. Haber are
B. Pinsky, 8432 E. Jefferson, a pouring in to the local ORT office
in advance of the dinner, indi-
son, Illya Nikolas Granzow.
cating a national interest in the
* * *
testimonial affair.
Oct. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
With reservations limited to
A. Gordon (Frances Skulsky),
not more than 350, Platt urged
16205 Kentucky, a daughter, Les-
that those planning to attend
ley Jill.
should order their tickets at
* * *
once
by calling WO. 1-0282.
Oct. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Platt
that the 200-
Levitan, 25527 Scotia, Huntington mark in announced
membership of the new
Woods, a son, Steven Mark.
men's chapter has been exceeded,
* * *
and he extended an invitation to
Oct. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. Mark others to join and to participate
M. Cohen (Judith Davis), former in its activities.
Detroiters temporarily of Wagner,
S.D., a daughter, Laura Cheryl.
* *
Oct. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs. David
Wax (Nancy Schaeffer), 25350
Greenfield, a son, Michael Gregg.
BY LIONEL ROGOSIN
* * *
(Shma Yisroel Adanoi Elohanu
Adanoi
Echod)
Sept. 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
(Hear, 0 Israel, the Lord our God,
ton Plotnick (Evelyn Parsky), the Lord is One)
24555 Harden, Southfield, a son, Hear 0 Israel —
The Psalm of Jacob, the Psalm of
Daniel Mark.
Israel
* * *
Weep not thou sons of Israel
To Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Thy death has brought back thy
Sept. 29
to life.
ert Marans (Judy Bloomfield), Father
Israel, thou art poet and prophet
Prophet
and poet — thou are Jacob's
21710 Ridgedale, Oak Park, a
dream come true.
daughter, Pamela Jo.
Acrid smoke and acrid ashes —
* * *
The remnant of Israel hath returned—
and limping
Sept. 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Ger- Torn
Next year in Jerusalem"
ald Primak (Judith Cohen) 12934 The barbaric defeat has been your
victory.
Vernon, Huntington Woods.
The Lord our God, the Lord is one.
Israel—a Champion of God—Jacob's
* * *
dream-
Sept. 24 — To Mr. and Mrs. Rembrant's man in golden helmet
Dark
tones with shining helmet.
Marvin Wolff (Shirley Schreiber),
formerly of Detroit and now of They died in large numbers, in small
Anaheim, Calif., a son, Mark In DOOMS-
secret valleys of hidden alleys.
They died garotted in garrets.
Steven.
Many
died because their souls
* * *
Were welded to property,
Nov
their
are fused with a spirit.
Sept. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Mer- Property is souls
a handicap—
win L. Solomon (Roselyn Gold- Property cannot be carried on one's
back—
man), former Detroiters of Toledo, Over
borders at night.
a son, Eric Michael.
An unseen audience gasped,

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The tension rose—
Hearts beat in rhythm with his falter-
ing footsteps.
0 let him strike the executioner in
defiance.
He did not—
And they were sad and despairing
They knew not of his resurrection.

News Brevities

The Dearborn Orchestra will
open its third concert season 8:20
p.m. today at the Ford Motor Co.
Central Office Building Auditorium,
with violinist MISCHA MISCHA-
KOFF as guest soloist. Under the
direction of NATHAN GORDON,
the 65-member orchestra will ac-
company Mischakoff in Wieniaw-
ski's Violin Concerto No. 2 in D
minor. An afterglow for members
of the audience will be held in the
executive dining room on a dona-
tion basis following the perform-
ance. Unsold tickets will be avail-
able at the door the night of the
concert.
* * *
EYDIE GORME, recording and
television star, will be the head-
line attraction in a variety review,
at Ford Auditorium, Oct. 20, 8:30
p.m. The show will be a benefit
performance for the Children's
Orthogenic School. The Women's
League of the school sponsors the
benefit.
* *
A 21-piece chamber orchestra is
the second attraction in the Uni-
versity of Detroit Town and Gown
Celebrity Series as the ORCHES-
TRA SAN PIETRO OF NAPLES
appears in the U. of D. Memorial
Building Auditorium 8:30 p.m.
Sunday. This outstanding European
group is making its fourth trans-
continental tour of the United
States and Canada. For informa-
tion, call the University of Detroit
ticket office, 342-1029.
* *
The world - famous ROYAL
DANISH BALLET launched its
current North American tour with
a gala opening at Philadelphia's
old Academy of Music on Sept. 29.
The Royal Danes will be in Detroit
at the Masonic Auditorium, Oct.
22 and 23.
• *
Freshly filmed color movies, en-
titled "HERE IS HAWAII" will be
presented by Charles Forbes Tay-
lor, Los Angeles world traveler,
at the first World Adventure Series
program 3:30 p.m. Oct. 24 at the
Detroit Institute of Arts.
• * *
RASSCO stockholders will re-
ceive a 15 per cent dividend for
the third consecutive year this
year, Mordechai Stern, the com-
pany's managing • director, an-
nounced, noting that Rassco was
consistently paying its sharehold-
ers one of the highest dividends
in this country.

GRACIE FIELD S, England's
great entertainer, comes to De-
troit's Masonic Auditorium, Nov. 6.
At the age of 7, Gracie won a sing-
ing competition—and a prize of ten
shillings. This was the first rung of
the ladder "going oop," as her
Mother put it. From then on she
joined juvenile troups, learning to
sing and dance. This, then, was the
beginning — and from that time
Gracie has never looked back and
has never left the theater. From a
single variety act, she later went
into several revues. The most im-
portant of these, "Mr. Tower of
London," ran for six and a half
years — and Gracie never missed
a single performance.
* * * •
Oil paintings and sculpture by
AL BLAUSTEIN will be exhibited
in his one-man exhibition at the
Franklin Siden Gallery through
Nov. 5. Blaustein is a three-time
winner of the coveted Prix de
Rome Fellowship. In addition he
has been awarded a Guggenheim
Fellowship, American Academy of
Arts and Letter Grant, first prize
in oils at the Butler Institute,
award winner at the Society of
American Graphic Artists, Boston
Museum, Syracuse University,
School of Visual Arts, among oth-
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*
Two renowned European musical
groups will appear at Detroit's
Masonic Auditorium during the
weekend of Oct. 30, 31, when the
majestic CZECH PHILHARMONIC,
making its first American tour,
performs on Oct. 30, and the
POZNAN CHOIR, with a history
dating back more than 500 years,
appears on Oct. 31.

TEL AVIV — Ten Jewish college
students from the United States
will spend a year of study at an
Israel university under a scholar-
ship program financed by the Bnai
Brith district in Israel.
Dr. Yehoshua Nazur of Tel Aviv,
past president of the Bnai Brith
District here and organizer of the
20,000-pound ($6,666) campaign
for the scholarship fund, said it
is intended to encourage student
leaders "to return to the United(--'—'
States with a deepened Jewish
knowledge and stronger motiva-
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sibilities in Hillel foundations on
their respective campuses."

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BALTIMORE ( JTA ) — More
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The dead of Buchenwald and
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Auschwitz are glorified and exalted. of Baltimore since the beginning
Of the inquisition—and of Titus.
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Speaking at the opening board
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tumn and early winter months. De-
tails can be obtained by writing Algeria Jewish Populace
the Michigan Tourist Council,
Stevens T. Mason Building, Lan- Loses 127,000 in 5 Years
sing, Mich. 48926.
CASABLANCA (JTA) — The
Jewish population of Algeria drop-
ped from 130,000 in 1960 to about
3,000 at the present time, it was
reported here. The number fell to
50,000 in 1962, most of the Algerian
Jews going to France after Algeria
achieved independence from French
rule.
There were 17 synagogues in
Algiers prior to the. country's
independence, and now only one —
LPG? .3
"Money is something you the Great Synagogue — remains
run out of and things run open. Most of the buildings owned
by the Jewish community under
into."
French rule were requisitioned by
Algerian authorities. About 650 of
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
the remaining Jews live in Oran.
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