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August 12, 1966 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-08-12

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18—Friday, August 12, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Catherine Fish Marries
Painter Jossi Stern in Hadassah Show Lawrence J. Burnstein

Detroit Chapter of Hadassah will ,
exhibit a collection of Israeli paint-1
ings by Jossi Stern, prominent Is-
raeli painter who will interpret
and explain his many paintings on
display.
All paintings at the exhibit will
be for sale. Proceeds will go to
Youth Aliyah.
Born in Hungary in 1923, Stern
came to Palestine with a group of
young refugees in 1940. Captured

captures the ancient and mod-
ern spirit of the Jewish people:"
On Aug. 22 from noon to 3 p,m.,
a preview will be held for all
Hadassah Special Gift and Honor
Roll Workers to meet the artist
and view his works. Stern will do
sketches at this time and these
will be for -sale.
The exhibit of oils, water colors
and black and white sketches is
open to Hadassah members,
friends and the community at
large. Show hours are: Aug. 22,
p.m. to 10 p.m., Aug. 23, 3 p.m. to
5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., and
Aug. 24, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Hadassah House, 16540 W. Seven
Mile.
Mrs. Irving Rose is chairman of
the exhibit. There_ is no admission
charge. All are welcome.
Assisting Mrs. Rose in prepara-
tion of the exhibit are Messrs.
Robert Siegel, Morris Gross, and
William Poplack.

Committee members include: Mes-
dames Leslie Share, Morris Gross, Jack
Miller, David Handleman, Alex Seskin,
Harvey Snider, Harold Hoffman, Sidney
'Winer, Edward Wishnetsky, Abe Zito-
mer, David Pollack, Robert Draws, Max
Lichter, Bernard Gerson and Ivan
Meisner.

South African University
by the British, he was imprisoned Honors Israeli Scholar

YOSSI STERN

JOHANNESBURG' (JTA) — Stel-
lenbosch University, South Af-
rica's oldest seat of learning, has
honored an Israeli scholar, Dr.
Abraham Malamat, by conferring
upon him membership in the Old
Testament Working Group, the
highest body of this country's
biblical scholars in the Afrikaans
tongue.
Dr. Malamat is associate prof-
fessor of ancient Jewish history
and Bible at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in Jerusalem. He had been
invited by Stellenbosch University
to lecture during the institution's
celebration of its 100th anniver-
sary.
He also lectured at Witwaters-
rand University. Members of the
Semitic faculty at Stellenbosch
suggested, as they honored the Is-
raeli scholar, that senior theology
students here might go to Israel
for a "workshop" every three
years.

for - six months, which marked the
birth of his artistic career. He
sketched there incessantly.
Henrietta S z old, Hadassah's
founder, recognized hiS potential
talent and arranged a Youth Aliyah
scholarship to Bezalei School of
Art in Jerusalem, where upon
graduation, he remained as an in-
structor. His reputation grew and
the "painter with a smile" became
a national figure. His whimsical
dravfings seemed to capture he
mood of a young country.
His career as a painter began in
earnest after World War II. His
studies and exhibitions have taken
him to England, France, Holland,
Italy, Greece and the United States.
A man of many styles, artist-
ically, Jossi Stern continues to
evolve and grow. His aim is to
produce a "healthy folk art that

When It Comes

To Noodles . .



,Adults Cited for Service
to Detroit Area Boy Scouts

The National Jewish Committee
on Scouting gave recognition re-
cently to eight men for their out-
standing service as adults in the
promotion of scouting among Jew-
ish boys in the Detroit Area Coun-
cil, Boy Scouts of America.
Henry Desmon, Alfred Klunover,
Irwin Ratner, Nathan Trager,
David Zeff, Aaron Hyman, David
Liebow, Charles Feinberg a n d
William H. Frank, were presented
with the National Jewish Commit-
tee on Scouting Shofar Award.

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Romania Sends 1,058
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Brevities

The City of East Detroit and
Livonia will hold their fifth an-
nual antique shows and sales
simultaneously 1 p. rn. to 10 p.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The East Detroit show will be held
at the Roma. Hall on Gratiot and
the Livonia show at the Roma Hall
on Schoolcraft. The shows are com-
pletely different.
* *
The Seymour Schwartz Agency
is presenting Jack Harris, singing
star, and the Precision Dancers
Aug. 27 at Masonic Temple in a
benefit performance for the Odd
Fellows Rebakah Gift of Sight
Festival. Tickets may be pur-
chased at Hudson's, Grinnell's or
the box office.

MRS. LAWRENCE RURNSTEIN

Catherine Ann Fish and Lawr-
ence Jerome Burnstein were unit-
ed in marriage recently in a cere-
mony in Cleveland. Rabbi Herman
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fish of Stratford,
Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Burnstein, 31117 Mackenzie, Gar-
den City.
The bride wore a sheath gown
of peau with lace and pearls down
the front and a detachable train
at the waist. There were three-
quarter sleeves setting below the
elbow. She wore a veil with pearl
tiara. The bride carried carnations
and orchids on her Bible.
Ruth Stillson, served her sister
as matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Penny Righthand, Jean Jac-
oubs and Jane Powers.
Gary Burnstein, brother of the
bridegroom was best man. Ushers
were David Stillson, Richard
Hutchinson and Raymond Ceriotti.
The couple honeymooned in
Nassau and Fort Lauderdale. They
will reside in Ann Arbor.

Marrano Families Quit
Israel; Back to Majorca

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Only one
of four Marrano families who had
come recently from Majorca and
settled in the settlement of Ness
Ziona,. south of Tel AVM, have re-
mained there, a visit to the settle-
ment has established.
According to Antonio Conseulo,
the head' of the sole Marrano fam-
ily in Ness Ziona, the three other
families returned to Majorca two
weeks ago, disappointed over the
many difficulties, especially eco-
nomic factors, which they faced
in Israel.
Conseulo said that his family
has now been joined at Ness Ziona
by one more family of Spanish
extraction. and that both he and
the members of the other group
are undergoing instruction in He-
brew religion three times a week.
He said the male members of
both families hope to be circum-
cised by the High Holy Days : and
are determined to stay on in Israel
`despite all difficulties."

Israel Philatelists Hold
Article Writing Contest

The Society of Israel Philate-
lists is holding a contest for the
best article written on any subject
or phase of Israel Philately.
Deadline for the contest is June
30, 1967, and it is open to non-
members as well as members.
Louis S. Schulman, former presi-
dent of the society is donating a
large silver plate which will be
engraved and awarded to the
winner.

Sports, Culture Spark
Canadian Scout Jamboree

BRUSSELS (JTA)
Romanian
Jews, aided by their government,
have sent 1,058 Torah scrolls to
Israel, and will dispatch 1,000
more to Israel in the next few
months, Dr. Moses Rosen, Chief
Rabbi of Romania, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency here.
Dr. Rosen is here as the sole ob-
server from his country to the
World Jewish Congress plenary
assembly, currently in session in
Brussels.
Expressing his gratitude to the
Romanian government for aiding
the project to send the Torah .
scrolls to Israel, "as it does in
other religious matters__ regarding
-tieJews,' -D-ANIGOsen said the addi-
tional 1,000 scrolls will be sent
soon to Vienna.
The scrolls will be allocated to
various synagogues in Israel under
the supervision of a special com-
mission to be composed of himself,
Dr. Zerah Warhaftig, Israel's MM-
ister for Religious Affairs; and
Chrales H. Jordan, executive vice-
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee.

MONTREAL (JTA) — The third
annual Jewish scouting jamboree
terminated here after four days of
competition at Fitzroy Harbor, Ont.
provincial park. Some 650 campers
representing 15 Jewish organiza-
tional and private camps in Quebec
He who divides gets the worst
and Ontario participated in scout- share.
—Spanish Proverb
ing, sports and cultural competi-
tions.
The program included soccer
matches, tug of war, dodgeball and
table sports which was offset by
Orchestra and. Entertainment
a quiz of Jewish, history, Zionism
and Judaism. Camps also present-
ed Israeli folk dances, plays and
participated in inter-camp meet-
ings.
The main emphasis of Jewish
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stamina of all the campers remain-
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The award for the outstanding
PHOTOGRAPHY by
camp was presented to Camp Mas-
BERNARD H.
sad by G. Zilberberg, director of
the youth and hechalutz depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency for Is-
rael and Canada. Camp Massad
is the only Hebrew-speaking camp
in Quebec, and is operated by the
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