100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

December 24, 1965 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

WA Medals for Three Great Allied Generals

Three World War II military chiefs who led the Allied Armies to victory in Europe were awarded gold
medallions at the recent Annual National Conference of the United Jewish Appeal commemorating the
20th anniversary of V-E Day and the consequent liberation of survivors of Nazism from concentration
camps. Shown at the New York Hilton Hotel are (from left) General Pierre Joseph Koenig, who was
commander-in-chief of the Free French Forces; Great Britain's Field Marshal, the Earl Alexander of
Tunis; and General Lucius D. Clay, former commander-in-chief of the U. S. Armed Forces in Europe,
who accepted the medal for his convalescing war-time friend, former President Dwight David Eisen-
hower, General of the Army of the United States and Supreme Commander of the Allied Expedition-
ary Force. At right is Max M. Fisher of Detroit, re-elected general chairman of the United Jewish Ap-
peal at the conference, Dec. 10-12. Earlier on the Saturday of the Conference, Lord Alexander and
General Koenig, accompanied by Fisher, also flew to Washington, to visit General Eisenhower at the
Walter Reed Hospital.

Remarkable Interest in Scriptures Is Shown
in Rembrandt Collection of 550 Drawings

A rare facsimile edition of 550
drawings has just made its appear-
ance in two volumes under the
title "Drawings of Rernbrandt."
Produced by Dover Publications
(180 Varick, NY 14), they present
a most impressive selection of
drawings by Rembrandt's pupils
and followers. The volumes con-
tain supplementary material, in-
cluding a concordance between
the numbers of thepresent edition
and those of the catalogues of
Benesch, Valentiner and Hofstede
de Groot and an introduction and
commentary by Prof. Seymour
Slive. The explanatory notes under
all drawings, some quite lengthy,
are most important and valuable,
and the lists of plates are recorded
thoroughly.
This collection once again calls
attention to Rembrandt's interest
in Jews, his devotion to the Bible,
his numerous biblical interpreta-
tions. There are so many drawings
based on biblical themes, that
the possessors of these two volumes
will be amazed by their vastness.
Rembrandt was known to
have been deeply interested in
ews. Thus we have among his
awings one dated 1655 entitled
"Two Jews and Some Dutch
People on a Street."
Also, of a general nature and of
special Jewish interest are three
other drawings — "Three Jews
Conversing" "Nine People in a
Synagogue Behind a Low Wall,"
with a question mark after syna-
gogue, and "Two Standing Jews,
Between Their Feet the Inverted
Head of a Third."
But specifically the interest in
these two volumes centers in the
great artist's biblical works.
He did many on the Abrahamic
theme and some are given more
than one interpretation. Thus,
"Abraham Kneeling Before God
the Father and Two Angels" has
three interpretative drawings.
There are two differing ideas of
"The Sacrifice of Abraham."
Others with the Abraham, Sarah
and Hagar theme include:
Two ideas of "The Dismissal of
Hagar at the Door of Abraham's
House," another entitled simply
"The Dismissal of Hagar," and
these: God Appearing to Abraham,
God Announces His Covenant to
Abraham, Abraham Dismissing

Telling His Dreams, with a ques-
tion mark indicating that this sub-
ject is not very clear.
The Ruth and Boaz theme is

U.S. Calls Off Public Auction
of Rockwell Property After Outcry

WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
U.S. Internal Revenue Service an-
nounced that it has called off a
public auction of anti-Semitic ma.
terial and property of the Ameri-
can Nazi Party.
The IRS action indefinitely
deferring the auction, which had
been scheduled for next week,
followed Congressional criticism
and also the application by Nazi
leader George Rockwell for an
injunction to block the IRS sale.
Argument on the injunction was
scheduled to be heard by federal
court in Alexandria, Va., Dec. 29
before Judge Oren Lewis.
The Nazi property was seized
in an IRS raid Dec. 3 for nonpay-
ment of taxes. Among the confis-
cated goods are swastikas, arm-
bands, weapons, a large picture
of Adolf Hitler, addressograph
nameplates of Nazi sympathizers,
and other such Nazi paraphernalia
as Rockwell had assembled over
a period of years. An auction was
announced, according to IRS pro-
cedure, to recover the sums owed
the government.
Sen. Clifford P. Case, New Jer-

Hagar and Ishmael, Hagar by the
Fountain on the Way to Shur,
Sarah Presenting Hagar to Abra-
ham, Sarah Complaining of Hagar
to Abraham, The Angel Appearing
to Hagar in the Wilderness.
Other themes have more than
one interpretation. There are
four showing "David Taking
Leave of Jonathon." Three show
"Isaac Blessing Jacob." There are
two ideas of "The Judgement of
Solomon." Two show "Nathan

Admonishing David" and two of
"Esau Selling His Birthright to
Jacob."

The Jacob and Joseph and his
brothers themes are extensive.
Among the titles are: The Meeting
of Jacob and Laban, Joseph's
Brothers Requesting Benjamin
From Their Father, Jacob's Dream,
Joseph Waiting on His Two Fellow
Prisoners, Jacob and Rachel Lis-
tening to Account of Joseph's
Dreams, The Angel Appearing to
Joseph in His Dream, Jacob's
Dream With Two Angels, Joseph
Kneeling Before Pharaoh, Joseph
Divested of His Multicolored Coat,
Joseph Telling His Dreams, The
Angel Appearing to Joseph in a
Dream, The Departure of Benja-
min for Egypt, Joseph Interpreting
the Prisoners' DreNns, Joseph

In his introduction Prof. Slive
discusses Rembrandt's achieve-
ment as a draughtsman and pro-
vides a history of the appreciation
of the drawings from Rembrandt's
time until our own. The commen-
taries he has written for each of
the 550 drawings incorporate the
conclusions of modern Rembrandt
scholars and connoisseurs on prob-
lems of attribution, dating and
identification of the subjects, as
well as the results of his own re-
search on the drawings. He also
indicates which drawings are now
considered the work of Rem-
brandt's pupils, copyists or for-
gers; these have been included to
indicate the impact of his work on
members of his circle and to show
the difference in quality between
an original by the master and one
done by a follower or forger. In
addition, Prof. Slive provides the
present or last known owner of
each drawing, its dimensions, me-
dium, and bibliographical material.
Special concordances are also in-
cluded for students interested in
comparing the comments made in
this new edition with those in
other important catalogues of Rem-
brandt's drawings. _

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, December 24, 1965-7

FREE DELIVERY!

MURRY KOBLIN
ADVERTISING
18039 Wyoming • UN 1-5600

WOODY PONTIAC

"AND DON'T EVER FORGET IT!"

COME ON OVER — WILL YOU?
WE WANT TO SELL YOU A NEW PONTIAC!

TW I NBROOK 1-1600
JOS. CAMPAU at CARPENTER

Job is also depicted numerously.
There are Job and His Friends,
Job Visited by His Wife and
Friends.

Rembrandt's PORTRAIT OF A
JEW Made in 1645

There never was a looking glass
that told a woman she was ugly.
— French proverb.

. NOBODY UNDERSELLS

represented by "Boaz and Ruth"
and "Boaz Pours Six Measures
of Barley Into Ruth's Veil."

The variety of other biblical sub-
jects is indicated by these titles:
Gabriel Appearing to Zaccharias in
the Temple, The Angel Disappear-
ing After Having Announced to
Manoth and His Wife the Birth of
Samson, The Prophet Elijah at the
Brook Cheith, David on His Deathbed
Appoints Solomon His Successor,
Laban Guiding Leahor Rachel and
Angel Seated, Esther Fainting Before
Ahasuerus, Ahasuerus Seated at a
Table, Judith's Servant Puts Hollo-
fernes' Head Into a Sack, Judith and
Her Servants Before the Tent of Hol-
lofernes, The Finding of Moses, Judah
and Tamar, Delilah Calls the Phil-
istines, The Angel Appearing to
Elijah in the Desert, David Re-
ceiving the News of Uriah's Death,
Daniel in the Lion's Den, The Of-
fering of Cain and Abel, Jael Driv-
ing the Nail Into the Head of Sisera,
The Miracle of Elisha Making a
Piece of Iron Float on Water, Moses
and the Burning Bush, The Lord
Appearing to Joshua, Angels Lead-
ing Lot and His Family Out of So-
dom, Judith Returning in Triumph
With the Head of Holofernes, Saul
and His Servants With the Witch
of Endor, The Flight Into Egypt, Lot
and His Daughters, Lot Defending
the Angels, The Discovery of Abel's
Body, Esau at the Well, with a ques-
tion mark indicating a doubt about
the theme; Young Samuel Finds the
High Priest Eli Aslee in the Temple,
Jonah Ejected by the Whale and
Puzzling Scene from Old Testament
based on I Sam 16, 14-15 "The Mad-
ness of Saul."

sey Republican, had protested to
IRS Commissioner Sheldon Cohn
that public sale of swastika arm-
bands and similar Nazi material
would put the federal government
"in the position of purveying for
profit the same stock-in-trade as
the American Nazi Party."

Half Mile South of -Davison

effective Jan. 1,1966

NEW HIGHER
INSURED EARNINGS
ON ALL SAVINGS

4

CURRENT RATE
PER ANNUM

(Compounded and Paid Quarterly)

.3185

Earnings
Compounded
4 times a year

Earnings Paid
per Annum






No Time Savings
No Certificates
No Minimum
No Maximum

Total Earnings
on an annual basis

Now at Guardian Savings the highest
earnings on insured savings in the

Detroit area, compounded and paid

quarterly. Your savings are insured up
to $10,000 by an agency of the U.S.

Government.

SAVE BY MAIL

If you can't come in, we
are as near as your mail
box. We pay postage both
ways.

iminS muo s

Downtown: CADILLAC SQUARE Corner RANDOLPH
Northwest: 13646 WEST 7 MILE Corner TRACEY
Both offices open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday thru Friday
Northwest office open Thursday Night till 9
Downtown, Friday till 6

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan