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September 22, 1967 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-22

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News Brevities

Senators Seeking B ill of Rights for Federal Employes

formed miracles." . . . "I go to government officials found guilty
church almost every week." . . . of violating employes' rights could
WASHINGTON — The adminis- "I believe in the second coming be suspended or fired. A
member bipartisan board of em-
tration is seeking to stall action
Dr. Arva Juola, professor of the role of the oriental prince in by the House on a Senate-
Subcommittee chairman Sam
evaluation services at Michigan the original Viennese production of approved "bill of rights" for fed- Ervin Jr., North Carolina Demo- police the program. , -
Although the watered-down bill
State University, has been ap- Franz Lehar's world-famous oper- eral employes that would forbid crat, felt the government had no
pointed consultant to the EDUCA- etta, "LAND OF SMILES," which government agencies from requir- right to force answers to such in- passed the Senate by a vote of. 79
TION BOARD EXAMINATION comes to the Masonic Auditorium ing job applicants to disclose quiries. He said that "anyone who to 4, it faces an uncertain future in
SEMINARS to be held in the Sept. 28 for one evening perform- their religious background, na- wishes to understand what intru- the House. The administration is
Northland Center Auditorium Oct ance.
sion of privacy really means can expected to seek further modifica-
tional origin or race.
* • *
tion. An attempt will be made to
10, 16, 24 and 31. The seminars
The bill also prohibits lie detec- find out by applying for a govern- stall action.
MANTOVANI will bring
are sponsored by the American
tor and psychological tests to ment job."
Education Development Co. and chestra to the Masonic Auditorium force disclosure of other personal
Sen. Ervin and the 78 other THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
are planned to assist all high Saturday, Oct. 7, for one evening data. It protects individuals from
Senators who voted for his bill,
Friday, September 22,•1967-33
school students who will be taking performance.
S. 1035, were concerned about
other forms of coercion and in-
examinations in their high schools
• • •
the preservation of individual
vasions of privacy.
in preparation for admission to a
The Birmingham Conservatory
Five huge filing cabinets in the freedom in an age of computers
college or university. Registration of Music and the Arts announces office of the constitutional rights
and scientific technology. They
applications may be secured from the appointment of Detroit Sym- subcommittee of the Senate Judi- noted not only the bold probing
the director, College Entrance phony Orchestra flutist SHAUL ciary Committee are bulging with of religions beliefs under the
Orchestra and Entertainment
Dept. 22304 Chatsford, Southfield BEN MEIR to the staff. Ben Meir complaints. Some of the complaints
guise of security requirements
48075. The Detroit office phone is studied with Yuri Teplitz in Israel, told how the government required
but also probes into philanthrop-
342-4626 and the suburban office as well as on a grant from the them to answer "true" or "false"
ic practices and even sexual
phone is 358-1525. Brochures ex- , American-Israeli Cultural Founda- to such questions as "Christ per-
plaining the series are available.
Pressure by the administration
tion. He served as principal flutist
• • •
Portraiture of Distinction
forced the exemption from the
with the Haifa Symphony Orches-
For Your Weddings
PICCOLO OPERA COMPANY tra and as a member of the Haifa 20,000 Immigrants
protection of the bill the two
- Condids - Direct Color
seeks singers and backstage per- Woodwind Quintet. In 1962, he won
agencies concerned with overseas
3223 W. McNichols
sonnel for the coming season. the silver medal at the Interna- From Africa Expected
sleuthing—the Central Intelligence
Nr. Muirland
Especially in demand are mezzo tional. Competition in Helsinki.
LONDON (JTA) — Chairman I Agency and the National Security
sopranos for the role of Hansel Ben Meir is also a former member Aryeti L. Pincus of the Jewish Agency. Sen. Ervin told the Senate
Call 341-4141
in "Hansel and Gretel." For in- of the faculty of Ithaca College. Agency said in London last week he
formation, write Marjorie Gordon, For information, call the new con- that Israel expected to receive 20,-
The FBI was given the same
18662 Fairfield.
000 immigrants this year from Mo-
servatory, 642-5944.
• • •
rocco and Libya. He expressed the authority provided the C.I.A. ,and
s • •
Director Frederick Rolf began hope that the doors would be open NSA. However, the FBI said it
Dr. Hubert Locke 7:30 p.m. Wed- rehearsals in New York of the to Jews who would like to leave did not use the objectionable test-
nesday in the school auditorium. new comedy with music, "HOW TO Eastern Europe to settle in Israel ing methods on its employes.
An exemption was made for
Dr. Locke is returning to Wayne BE a JEWISH MOTHER," starring and retiterated his strong belief
State University to head its office Molly Picon and Godfrey Cam- in Israel's need for substantial questions concerning national ori-
of religious affairs after serving bridge. The new comedy will open immigration from the Western gin where the information is need-
ed for security purposes involving
the last 18 months as administra- on Broadway at the Hudson Thea- countries.
tive assistant to Police Commis- ter on Dec. 26, and will be pre-
In Jerusalem, Leon Dultzin, head overseas assignments.
UN 3-8982 UN 3-5730
Under the pending legislation,
sioner Ray Girardin. He also will sented also in Detroit.
of the immigration and absorption
be a research associate in the
department of the Jewish Agency,
school's center for urban studies.
said his department was actively
Dr. Locke's subject is "Success in A Braille Prayer Books
considering proposals for the ab-
Mixed Community." Parents of
sorption of 20,000 refugees and for
Vernor's student body and the for High Holy Days
a worldwide campaign to encour-
community are invited.
NEW YORK CITY—Blind Jews age immigration.
• • •
in many countries have the benefit
Pincus also expressed concern
With the ROYAL Fit
Latest grand opera star to cross of Braille editions of prayer books that the social fabric of Israel's
into the lush fields of light opera for the High Holy Days and long- society should not be endangered
is the famed Italian tenor GIUS- playing high-fidelity recordings of , by present inequalities in Israeli
EPPE di STEFANO. He will sing the religious services made avail-1 education. He noted that only four
able free of charge by the Jewish per cent of children born of par-
Braille Institute of America. The ents from Moslem countries attend-
Joel Rott Takes Bride, Braille editions enable the blind ed universities in Israel. He said
to participate in worship with the the street corners of Israeli de-
MissBellmanojArizona' sighted members of their congre- velopment towns wer occupied by
& Boys
jobless adolescents without train-
ing or hope.
Among the texts which have
been distributed by the Jewish
7 Mile at Evergreen—Acres of Free Parking
braille Institute are the Reform Cellini's Treatises
Prayerbook for the High Holy
Charge Accounts Invited
In his famous autobiography,
Days, in Hebrew and English Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571) im-
KE 3-4310
Braille, consisting of three large mortalized himself as famous lover
volumes, and the Conservative adventurer, artist, opponent of —
"Mahzor," in Hebrew and English Princes and Popes and Egotist
Braille, consisting of six volumes. Supreme as he strode through the
The long-playing high-fidelity intrigues and passions of the Re-
recordings of the traditional ser- naissance. Many of his works, such
vices. including Kol Nidre, require as his bronze statue of Perseus or
10 sides to five records, with a the Francis I salt-cellar, show that
total playing time of nearly five he was truly a most skillful artist.
He was so fascinated by his craft
The Jewish Braille Institute's that he wrote two treatises des-
headquarters are at 48 East 74th cribing all "the loveliest secrets
St., New York City, where it main- and wondrous methods" of gold-
tains a free circulating library of , smithing and sculpture in his time.
more than 15.000 Braille volumes Part "how to" book, "The Trea-
and an extensive collection of full- Uses on Goldsmithing and Sculp-
ture," also reveals a great deal of
Sheryll Frances Bellman, daugh- length recorded "talking books." information about Cellini's own
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hellman It publishes the "Jewish ,Braille work and that of many of his con-
of Safford, Ariz., and Joel Norman Review," a monthly literary maga- temporaries, offering many reveal-
Rott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul zine, and also issues Hebrew-Eng- ing sidelights on such matters as
Rott of Northfield Ave., Oak Park, lish Braille prayer books and the the relation of the artist to his
were married Sunday at Temple Bible in Hebrew Braille. English patron—and to his patron's poli-
New Year Bartonette Miniature Chocolates, 13 oz. S239.
Beth Israel, Phoenix. Rabbi Albert and Hebrew Braille texts are given tics—to his workmen, on how a
Come see all the other Barton's New Year chocolates
Plotkin and Cantor Maurice Chess- to Jewish blind children attending work was commissioned, and the
and pastries.
religious schools.
ler officiated.
many intrigues of the art world of
Mrs. Arlene Levenson of El Paso
that day.
The first American edition of
was matron of honor, and Jeannie 4 Dead Sea Scrolls Gone
"The Treatises on Goldsmithing
Bellman served as maid of honor.
and Sculpture" has now been pub-
Bridesmaids were Karen Leven-
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Jordanian lished by Dover in a paperback
son of El Paso, and Rena, Sharon
museum officials are either unable edition. It is a reprint of the 1898
and Zaneta Rott of Oak Park.
Dr. Howard Dubin was best or unwilling to report the where- translation by C. R. Ashbee that
abouts of four missing Dead Sea was made directly from Cellini's
man. Ushers were Mel Leven-
Scrolls according to a group of own recently rediscovered manu-
son, Harvey Hauer, Edward Israeli
experts who checked the script and conveys all the anima-
Meth, Robert Brown, and Steven
contents of the Palestine Archaeo- tion and graphic narrative style of
Levenson. Kenny Levenson was
logical Museum in the Old City of the original. Ashbee added illus-
ring bearer.
trations of Cellini's most famous
The bride wore a traditional
I Block North of Curtis
Authorities in Jerusalem believe works and diagrams showing some
gown in French imported Alencon
the professes described by Cel-
glitter lace. Sloping into deep folds the Jordanians removed the scroll
at the back, the gown flowed into fragments for safekeeping just be- lini.
a full, chapel-length train. Her fore the outbreak of the June war.
The longest vehicle in the world
matching glitter lace crown held The priceless materials are miss-
At 10 Mile, Next Door to Dexter Davison Market
the bouffant veil of imported silk ing, but the showcases- in which is _ the 572-foot long, 54 wheeled
S. Army Overland Train built
illusion. As her bridal bouquet, the they were displayed are intact.
bride carried roses and Stephanotis. Nothing in - the museum was dam- by R. G. Le Tourniean Inc. Its
After a European honeyMoon, aged or destroyed during the six gross weight is 450 tons and its
top speed is 20 m.p.h.
days of fighting.
the couple will live in Detroit.


(Copyright 1567, JTA lac.)


Hal Gordon




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