Friday, February 3, 1967-27'
Richard Martin to Take THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Bride, Helene Horowitz NY Woman Gives $350,004 for Haifa School
All area alumni of the UNIVER-
SITY OF BUFFALO and their
> spouses are invited to an "Award
and Valentine Party" 8 p.m. today
at the home of Vice President John
A. Nelson, 18304 Santa Barbara..
For reservations, call Lee Franklin
Weinstock, president of the Detroit
Area Alumni Club, 342-9198.-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)
NEW YORK — A record total of $1,100,000 in individual con-
tributions was reached Wednesday by the 200. women who took part
in the luncheon inaugurating the 1967 campaign of the women's division
of the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York.
The outstanding individual gift at the luncheon was made by
Caroline Greenfield of New York, who donated $350,000 toward the
cost of building the new Leo Baeck High School to be erected in
Haifa by the Israel Education Fund of the UJA. Construction of the
school will begin in the spring.
The MARCH OF DIMES FASH-
ION SHOW, which annually makes
a fund-raising tour of more than
30 cities, will present "Kaleido-
scope of Fashion — Spring 1966,"
with highlights from the collections
of top American designers, 3 and
8 pan. Sunday at the Latin Quarter.
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SEYMOUR BRODE, president of
Starlite Pools, announced a 72-hour
course in business management for
all executives and department
heads employed by Starlite Pools.
The course, under the direction of
Herman N. Farrand, is approved
by the Michigan State Board of
The COMMERCIAL REAL ES-
TATE EXCHANGORS of Detroit
will convene for breakfast at 9 a.m.
Tuesdays, starting Tuesday at the
Lee Plaza. Hotel. For information.
call Goldie Levinstein, coordinator,
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What wouldn't theatrical pro-
ducers give for a show that car-
MISS HELENE HOROWITZ
ried no scenery, had a east of only
and Mrs. Semour
two, required a traveling stage
I witz of Indiana Ave announce the
crew of only one and could gross
Ahavas Achim Men's C 1 u b
more than $20,000,000 in 13 years! Breakfast Forum will feature Dr. engagement of their daughter He-
"It doesn't exist and it couldn't," Paul Wolf, professor of pathology kne Iris to Richard Jay Martin,
they'd say_ But such a show does at Wayne State University Medical son of Dr. and Mrs. Peter A.
exist — the only one in the history School and clinical pathologist at Martin of Lincolnshire Dr.
Miss Horowitz and her fiance
of the performing arts. This is VIC- Receiving Hospital, 10 a.m. Sunday
TOR BORGE'S "Comedy in Music"
....... in the social hall_ are seniors at the University of
which will arrive here Feb. 24 for
T h e illustrated Michigan. Mr. Martin, affiliated
c.ne performance at Masonic Audi-
talk on "Recent with Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity,
will be attending the University
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of Michigan Medical School in the
The art exhibit of works by PIRI
The couple plans a December
EHRENFELD, which was sched-
will be preceded
uled to open this week, will instead !
b y breakfast. wedding.
open Sunday at Anna Werbe Gal-1
Prof. Wolf will
leries. Hours are 2-6 p.m.
deal with various
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methods of can-
Marygrove College will present
Wolf cer treatment, in-
Maurice Friedman speaking on eluding the one he developed, for
111111111 ■ ••••11111MIN.
"MARTIN BUBER; THE LIFE OF which he recently received interna-
DIALOGUE" 8 p.m. Feb. 16. tional recognition. A graduate of
Friedman, a scholar interpreter of Wayne State University and the hold a games party 8 p.m. Monday
Either's, is author of a book by University of Michigan Medical at the home of Raye Weimer, 21150
the same name and "The Worlds I School Dr. Wolf .is a member of Pembroke. Friends are invited.
the committee of admissions of the President Ann Rubin.. asks that
WSU school and has authored a members bring soap and toothpaste
A showing of the paintings and number of articles for various med- to be sent to Vietnam. Dues secre-
drawings of Detroit-born --artist ical journals. The public is invited. tary Goldie Nelson is accepting
1967 dues checks at 20551 Hunting-
HAROLD COHN will be 'held,. at
Arwin Galleries Feb. 6-21. A pre-
BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S
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view and reception will be held CLUB'S Breakfast Forum will fea-
5:30-8:30 pan. Monday. Cohn, ture Mrs. Frances Solovich dis-
whose work is in the collections cussing "Ecumenism: Utopia or 135 will meet 8:30. p.m. Thursday
of the Detroit Institute of Arts, Reality" 10 a.m. Feb. 22. Dr. at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Brandeis 'University, Boston Mu- Vaiter Poole's appearance, sched-
seum of Fine Arts and Cranbrook uled for Sunday, will be post-1 Ladies Auxiliary to Tour
Maseum, is also represented in poned. Mrs. Solovich, past inter- !
many private collections.
national president of Bnai Brith Dearborn 'Hospital
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Women and former board chair-
The Department of Michigan,
The Wayne State University man of the Michigan Anti-Defama- Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
Council of Religious Organizations tion League, is an executive board erans, will hold its winter meeting
will present "NORMAN AND SAN- member of the national ADL and at Dearborn Veterans Hospital 1
DRA DIETZ AT RANDOM," an is a practicing Detroit attorney. p.m: Thursday.
evening of theater for two players,
The meeting will be at the hos-
8:15 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Rack-
pital to acquaint members of the
ham Educational Memorial Audi-
auxiliaries with rules and policies
torium. Man and wife off-stage
of the hospital. After the meeting,
as well as on, they are now on
a tour of the patient area will be
their third national tour. They
conducted by J. F. Bernat, director
left careers in television and ad-
of voluntary services.
vertising in 1960, forming their
This meeting is open to all aux-
own company, "Theater of Con-
iliary members. For information,
cern," in 1962. Tickets may be the American Friends of Bar-Han call Mrs. Oscar Bank, 224-4892,
University in Is- or Mrs. Paul Betman DI 1-8126,
obtained at the Wayne State Uni-
rael, this week
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versity ticket office, Mackenzie
announced an in-
Hall, or through the Office of Re-
ligious Affairs, 833-1400, Ext. 7521.
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in New York to Prohibit
--a Names of the singers engaged
ported that the Hate-Inciting Speeches
for the production of alozart's
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
"COSI FAN TUTTE," and for
—"ALB E RT
NEW YORK—The Jewish War
HERRING," to be presented dur-
Bernstein, has Veterans of the U.S.A. has pre-
ing the 196'7 season were an-
contributed t h e pared a group libel bill for intro-
nounced by the Stratford Festival.
sum of $1,500 to I duction into the New York State
Lorna Haywood sings Fiordiligi;
Bar-Ilan for a Legislature aimed at protecting
Corrine Curry will be Dorabella;
scholarship in citizens from utterances made
Cornelis Opthof is Guglielmo! Jer-
honor and in the with the purpose of creating a
old Siena is Ferrando; Gwenlynn
his fath- riot or a disturbance, it was an-
Little sings Despina and Jan Rubes
er, Samuel J. nounced by Bertram Steckel, New
portrays Don Alfonso.
Bernstein, of Bos- York state commander of the
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Commander Stockel said that
The OAK PARK SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA will present its an- us is this gift was unsolicited," the bill, which Will be introduced
nual family concert 3:15 p.m. Stollman said. "It- indicates once in the assembly by Assemblyman
Sunday at Oak Park High School. again Bernstein's great interest in Max M. Turshen and in the Sen-
ate by Sen. Edward J. Speno, was
Fred Betzner, 17, winner of the Israel and Israeli institutions.
prepared with a view to avoiding
Oak Park Symphony Society Youth
Talent Contest, will play Haydn's Auxiliary Sending Parcels the stifling of fair comment on
issues brought before the public.
Concerto for Cello in D. The Oak
Park Symphony Society will pre- to Servicemen Overseas
He said that the state of New
sent him with a check for $125
Mrs. Herbert Liner, president York has the obligation and duty
to be used at the National Music of Oak Park Auxiliary, Jewish to protect its citizens by imposa
Camp at Interlochen. He will also 'War Veterans, announces that the ing criminal restraints where such
receive a plaque from the society. auxiliary is now sending packages utterances are made.
The Oak Park Elementary School to veterans overseas. For informa-
Honors Chorus will sing several tion, call her at LI 7-7132.
All children are entitled to
numbers. Individual tickets are
Any serviceman stationed over- prompt protection against all
available at the door or at the seas is eligible to receive these forms of neglect, cruelty and ex-
Oak .P ark Community Center.....
plOitation, UNICEF says.
Gives to Bar-Ilan
British Official States
that Israel's Existence
Has Reduced Prejudice
LONDON (JTA)!—Richard Cross-
man, a leading member of the
Labor Party's House of Commons
majority, and lord president of the
Privy Council, told members of the
Pioneer Women here Monday night
that "Israel's existence has reduced
anti-Semitism everywhere." The old
forms of anti-Jewish activity, he
said, now seem remote in England.
He was among the principal
speakers at the annual dinner of
the women's Labor Zionist group.
According to Crossman, the prob-
lem of "dual loyalties," which once
troubled sections of Diaspora
Jewry, is now one which faces ac-
tually only the Israeli Jews. Eng-
land and Israel, Crossman said
now exhibit many similarities,
"even in their relations with the
United States, which are different
from those of other nations."
Turning to Arab-Israel relations,
the British author-statesman said:
"Sevin destroyed the possibility of
peaceful relations between Jews and
Arabs. Now Israel is justified in
looking at the present Labor gov-
ernment with a certain amount of
suspicion. Only if Israel is strong
can peace be maintained in the Mid-
dle East, and therefore steady as-
sistance to Israel will keep the
peace in that region."
Body Lauds Drachler
The Detroit Commission on Com-
munity Relations has commended
Dr. Norman Drachler, acting sup-
erintendent of the Detroit Public
Schools, and the Detroit Board of
Education for taking definite af-
firmative steps toward the inte-
gration of the apprentice training
school for construction trades.
In a report from the CCR Com- •
mittee on Schools, the Rev. Thomas
Ruffin, committee chairman, em-
phasized that "the contract com-
pliance program of the City of
Detroit and its requirement for af-
firmative action to achieve equal
opportunity, particularly as - it re-
lates to construction of new build-
ings in urban renewal areas, is
completely dependent upon the
success of steps being taken by the
Detroit Board of Education."
JOC ELYN .
AND HER GYPSIES
Authentic Gypsy Orchestra
Strolling Violins or Concert Group
Floor Show and Vance
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Two Fish Chowders
Introduced by Rokeach
Rokeach announces two new
fish chowders were introduced in
the stores in January. The two
condensed versions are Manhat-
tan style and creamy New Eng-
Aromatically spiced, filled with !
the finest fresh water fish and
fresh vegetables, these two chow-
ders join other Rokeach firsts .
gefilte fish in cans and Trumps,
the first party-shaped fish snack
Make Your Party
Music for All Occasions
FOR BOOKINGS CALL:
Parents Group Installs
Officers at Banquet
The newly-elected officers of
Parents Without Partners were
recently installed at a banquet.
Those installed were Sonia Wia-
trak, president; Bernice Robbins
and Herman Schuman, vice presi-
dents; Delores Jonas, treasurer;
and Bertha Sonshine and Ruth
For information about the
group's meetings or activities con-
tact Mrs. Wiatrak, KE 5-5081.
BY BERNARD H.
CALL: LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
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