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November 25, 1966 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-25

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26—Friday, November 25, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Enroll Young Women for JNF Project

Pursuing a trend of enrolling younger women in its activities,
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish National Fund has mobilized a
corps of workers for its January donor tea, solicitation for which
is now in progress. Mrs. Pearl Nosan, JNF Auxiliary president,
states that the new Young Women of JNF has begun to play an
important role in its current efforts. Organized as a planning group
for the donor from Young Women of JNF are (from left) Mes-
dames Kenneth Dosie, Carole Weiner, Kenneth Shevin, David Buck-
fire, Melvin Forman and Harold Nosan, president of the group.

First Amendment and Expressions
of Freedom Outlined by Dr. Emerson

Prof. Thomas I. Emerson of Yale system of freedom of expression."
Formulation of legal doctrines
University Law School offers a val-
uable examination of the First in the areas of freedom of ex
pression is accompanied by a
Amendment and of expressions of I number of texts of the Supreme
freedom in his newest work, Court decisions and major opin-
"Toward a General Theory of the ions related to the analysis of
First Amendment," published by the First Amendment's role in
Random House. It is a major. con- our legal system.
Dr. Emerson asserts that "condi-
tribution to the study of how the
amendment works in a democracy. tions in a modern democratic so-
Pointing to the root purpose of ciety demand that a deliberate, af-
the amendment to assure an ef- firmative, and even aggressive
fective system of expression" in a effort be made to support the sys-
society like ours,. he deals exten- tem. of free expression."
sively with the functions of the
"The definitions sough t," he
.courts.
adds, "must be functional in char-
He emphasizes that "the specific acter, derived from a consideration
legal doctrines implementing the of the basic elements which shape
First Amendment must be framed and determine an effective system
in the light of the dynamics of a of freedom of expression."

Rabbi Hollander to Speak at Banquet
of Hebrew Benevolent Society

Philip Langwald, president of
the Hebrew Benevolent Society,
announces the main guest speaker
at the 50th anniversary banquet
Dec. 18, will be Rabbi David B.
Hollander of the Mt. Eden Center
of New York.
A widely traveled Jewish leader,
Rabbi Hollander has lectured
throughout Europe , Australia,
" Asia, Britain,
Israel and the
Americas.
Rabbi Holland-
er was ordained
at the Yeshivah
University and is
a graduate of
Brooklyn L a w
School and Drop-
Hollander sie College. He is
a former president of the Rabbin-
ical Council of America and served
as president of the Metropolitan
Board of Orthodox Rabbis of New
York. He was a delegate to the
World Zionist Congress in Jerusa-
lem and represented Orthodox
Jewry at the Chief Rabbis' Con-
ference in London.
As president of the Rabbinical
Council of America, Rabbi Hol-
lander headed the first delegation

Beth Isaac Latke Party

Cong. Beth Isaac of Trenton will
hold its annual Latke Party 4 p.m.
Dec. 4 at the synagogue. There
will be prizes.
A potato-peeling party is set for
8:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the synagogue.
For information, call Helene Kopp,
675-0199.

Wickedness may prosper for
awhile, but at the long run, he
that sets all knaves at work will
pay them.
L'Estrange

of rabbis to re-establish religious
contact with Russian Jewry since
1917.
During one of his many trips,
he accompanied 1,000 refugees
from Poland, Hungary and Ro-
mania to their new life in Israel.

Morris Karbal
to Be Chairman of
Akiva School Fete

David I. Berris, president of
Akiva Hebrew Day School, an-
nounces the appointment of Mor-
ris Karbal as general chairman
of the January dinner, to be held
at Bnai David Synagogue.
Also appointed are Irving Hersh-
man, dinner chairman; Sheldon
Salzman, publi-
city; and Benno
Levi, tickets.
Karbal, a grad-
uate pharmacist,
has been in the ti
wholesale drug
business s i n c e
1931. He has sup-
ported, a mon g
others, the Zion-
ist Organization of
Young Israel,
Yeshivath Be t h
Ye hud a, Hillel
Day School and
Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity. Karbal is a Karbal
member of the board of directors
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
and North Detroit General Hospital
and he is house chairman and
former board member of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. In addition, he is
a member of the national patron
society of the Jewish Theological
Seminary and past president of
the Aesculapian Pharmaceutical
Fraternity.

Brevities

STANISLAW SKROWA C Z EW-
SKI, music director of the Minne-
apolis Symphony Orchestra, will
make his first appearances as guest
conductor of the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra 8:30 p.m., Friday
and Saturday in the Ford Audi-
torium. Due to the Thanksgiving
holiday, the regular Thursday sub-
scription concert will be given to-
day.
* * *
MANUEL VARGAS, Spain's
famous Flamenco dancer, will ap-
pear at the University of Detroit
Town and Gown Series with a com-
pany of 30 at 8:30 p.m., Dec. 2 in
the Memorial Building.
* * *
HAZEL BRANNON SMITH, cru-
sading editor and publisher of the
Lexington Advertiser and three
other Mississippi weeklies, will dis-
cuss "A Mississippi Editor Looks
at Human Right" in her Detroit
Town Hall appearance at the
Fisher Theater 11 a.m. Wednesday.
Mrs. Smith, who has been losing
white advertisers steadily since
her battles began with local white
citizens councils, is 1964 Pulitzer
Prize winner for "editorial excel-
lence."
* * *
The SOCIETY OF ISRAEL
PHILATELISTS announces t h at
opening are available on its in-
stitutional listings for free Holy
Land publications. Authorized for
the receipt of publications a r e
public and private school libraries,
Sunday schools, youth organiza-
tions and other non-profit group
libraries. Names and addresses of
institutions should be forwarded
to Society of Israel Philatelists
Educational Fund, 61-05 Clover-
dale Blvd., Bayside, N.Y. 11364.

*

1st Reform Temple in Canada

B renda Miller to

r•y
Steven Glickman in July

OTTAWA (JTA) — A group of
150 persons attended a meeting
here to organize the first Reform
synagogue in Ottawa, the nation's
capital. Held in the Jewish Cen-
ter, the meeting was addressed by
Sydney H. Harris, president of the
Canadian Council of Reform Con-
gregations. Premises have been
rented in a public school building,
and first services will be held in
December.

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Wayne State University, attends
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*

The VIENNA JOHANN
STRAUSS ORCHESTRA, under the
direction of Eduard Strauss II,
coming to the Masonic Auditorium
2:20 p.m. Sunday is making its
first visit to North America in 65
years. Tickets to the Vienna
Strauss Orchestra's performance
are available at the Masonic Audi_
torium box office, Grinnell's down-
town and all J. L. Hudson Co.
ticket centers.
*
EUGEN JOCHU1\I, music dirk-
tor of the famed Amsterdam Con-
certgebouw Orchestra, and this
year celebrating his 40th anniver-
sary at the podium, will be guest
conductor with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra 8:30 p.m. Dec. 1
and 3 in Ford Auditorium. Jochum
will conduct two works: Mozart's
"Eine kleine Nachtmusik" and
Bruckner's Symphony No. 7.
* * *
The OAK PARK SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA serving South Oak-
land County, will hold its second
concert of the season 8:15 p.m.
Dec. 2, at Oak Park High School.
The Contemporary Civic Ballet
Company will be guest performers
for the evening.
Tickets may be obtained at the
door.

Yugoslavian Accolades
for Israel Carmel Wines
At the 12th International Wine
Exposition held at Ljubljana in
Yugoslavia, no fewer than 18 gold
and silver medals were awarded
to Carmel Israel wines.
Dr. Eliakum Ostashinsky, man-
aging director of the Carmel Wines
in Israel, received a friendly com-
munication from Gospodarsko Raz-
stavisce in Ljubljana, informing
him in complimentary terms of the
high degree of success achieved by
the Carmel entries, Chateau Ri-
chon Vin Rouge, Chateau Richon
Vin Blanc, Hock, white wines and
red wines, Topaz, Muscatel, Sharir
the President's Sparkling Wine
and Partom.

Bolivian Jewry
The Jewish Community of
Bolivia, which dates back to the
early part of the nineteenth cen-
tury, today numbers some 4,000
persons, the majority of whom live
in the capital city of La Paz.
(JTA)

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