32—Friday, November 12, 1965
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
NYU Libraries Get Ghetto Record
NEW YORK (JTA) — The most Hebraica.
complete known record of life in
Half of the diary, written en-
tirely in Hebrew, was brought
the Warsaw Ghetto between 1939
and 1942 — contained in a diary to the United States in 1962 by
a Polish immigrant, Wladyslav
out of the ghetto and Wojcek. The notebooks had been
buried for 20 years in an empty hidden on his father's farm in a
kerosene can — has been given village near Warsaw. In 1964,
to New York University.
Katsh obtained the remainder
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, director of the diary from the Jewish
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of NYU's Institute of Hebrew Historical Institute in Warsaw,
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books to the university libraries. from Wojcek.
The notebooks will become a part
The journal, written by Chaim
of the manuscript collection of A. Kaplan. intellectual and Hebrew
NYU's library of Judaica and scholar who is believed to have
died in the ghetto, was published
Nov. 2 by The Macmillan Co. Un-
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TED STONE, Worshipful Master,
led his Oak Park Masonic Lodge
in honoring Tiler Alfred
Bennet when the City of Oak Park
proclaimed it Alfred Bennet
Day recently . . . 70-year-old Al's
brother Joseph Bennet, past master
of his lodge, flew in from Stam-
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MARK WEISZ of Anchor Print-
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thought was worthless, "It was like
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a son at college."
DATE OF THE Installation Din-
ner-Dance by Knights of Pythias,
Detroit Lodge No. 55, and Pythian
Sisters, Temple 152, has been set
as Jan. 23, at Imperial Terrace.
AN EVENING last week, Elsie
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their two sons for the first time
. When she returned, Elsie
asked the sitter, "How are the
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ASKED WHY she doesn't give
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The last time I quit they bombed
AFTER PLAYING "The Jolly
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rhythm session, teacher Alice
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in this modern day of urban living
had any idea what a blacksmith
was . . . Complete silence reigned
until one little gal answered
brightly, "I think its a cough drop."
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