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October 20, 1967 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-20

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22—Friday, October 20, 1967

Pianist Ruth Meckler Laredo Plays
at White House for President, Guests

Detroit-horn pianist Ruth Meek-
ler Laredo joined her husband,
violinist Jaime Laredo, in a -com-
mand performance for President
Johnson at the White House re-
The occasion was a state dinner
for 125 guests honoring the presi-
dent of the Republic of Niger,
Diori Hamani, and Mrs. Diori.

Supreme Court Justice Abe
Fortas played talent scout for
the. occasion, even though he

didn't attend the dinner. On
vacation -this summer, Justice
Fortas, an amateur violinist,
heard the Bolivian-born Laredo
at the Marlboro, Vt., music festi-
val. He also had occasion to team
up for a chamber music im-
promptu with Mrs. Laredo at the
piano and Pablo Casals, the
famous cellist.

Rabbi Groner to Open Women's Forum Talks

Refreshments are served at 12:30
Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong. ary of America and is counsulting
Shaarey Zedek will open the 1967 chaplain of Children's Hospital in p.m. with the meeting beginning at
Detroit. 1:15 to make it possible for
forum of the Women's Division of
Rabbi Groner will talk on his- young women to attend the sessions
the Jewish Welfare Federation,
toric aspects of heritage with a but get home in time for the home-
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jew-
view toward strengthening Jew- coming of their young school chil-

ish Center.
Rabbi Groner is a graduate of
the University of Chicago where
he also did post graduate work

nual educational effort of the Nov. 1, when Dr. Boris Nelson,
women's division of federation to director of fine arts for the Uni-
present outstanding speakers to versity of Toledo, will speak on
Detroit women to "aid in enlarging Israel; and on Nov. 8, when Gay-
knowledge and vision through the nor I. Jacobson of New York, di-
presentation and discussion of pro- rector of the United BIAS Service,
vocative ideas." will speak on "Diaspora."

He told the President and Mrs.
Johnson abOut his happy dual find,
and the Johnsons approved the
The Laredos. who now make
their home in New York, perform-
ed selections of Brahms and Bar-
Laredo brought along his Stradi-
varius (for which he has been
making monthly payments "like
buying a house," he said), and his
wife played on the famous Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt Steinway. The
East Room performance was highly
applauded, according to the Wash-
ington Post.

n Jove Si efman
to Med Herman Graller


Max M. Fisher Leading Largest UJA
Study Mission to Israel in History

in phychology and counseling. He

was ordained by Hebrew Theologi-
cal College in Chicago.
He is a member of the education
division of the Jewish Welfare
serves on the boards
hold its annual Games Night 8 p.m.
Oct. 30 at the Labor Zionist Insti of Midrasha and Hillel Day School
board of overseers
of the Jewish Theological Semin-
* * *
will hold a rummage sale 9 a.m. to
8 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday at the Ferndale Women's
* * *
hold a Simhat Tora dance 9 p.m.
The Michigan Council of the
Oct. 28 at the Oak Park Community
Center. There will be an admission American Jewish Congress will
c h a r g e. Refreshments will be hold its installation dinner for
served. For information, call Har- members of the Delegate Assembly
8 p.m. Saturday at the Kingsley
old Ure, LI 7-5419.
Inn, according to Dr. Leon Fram,
* * *
noon Tuesday at Cong. Beth Hillel. dent of the coun-
Guest speaker will be Louis Bar-
Mrs. George
den, Detroit attorney, who will
speak on "What Every Married Rubin will be in-
for a sec-
Woman Should Know." The chap-
ter also will celebrate its 21st an- ond term as pre-
niversary and honor all past pres- sident.
Assisting Mrs.
* * *
Rubin during the
coming year will
Bnai Brith Sets Up
be Harley Selling,
Mrs. Rubin
executive vi c e
Hurricane Relief
president, and Mrs. Aaron Shif-
HOUSTON—Bnai Brith District man, president of the AJCongress
7 has established a rehabilitation Women's Division, who along with
fund to aid persons in the south Kurt S'inger, Harold Norris and
Texas area left homeless last Mrs. Dan Shapiro will serve as
month by Hurricane Beulah.
council vice presidents.
Sidney Borschow of El Paso, Dis-
Also to be installed are Mort
trict 7 president, announced an in-
tensive telephone and mail cam- Silberberg, treasurer; Mrs. Philip
paign among the 10,000 Bnai Brith Rader, recording secretary; and
members in the area for cash, bulk Mrs. Milton Schwartz, correspond-
ing secretary. Boaz Siegel will
food, clothing and bedding.
serve as program chairman.
The drive is for 550,000 to assist

Activit ies

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Siefman

of Templar Cir., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Karen Joyce to Herman
Graller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
cus Graller of Bangor, Mich.
The bride-elect attends Michigan
State University. Her fiance at-
tends MSU and is associated with
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
An August wedding is planned.

Sauce With

Has Real

So good with so many dishes
i—spaghetti, macaroni or rice,

leftover meat or fish, cheese
and omelets. Made with juicy
plump tomatoes, spices .and
tender mushrooms, hand-
stirred and simmered to per-
fection for true Italian taste.
Keep plenty on hand.


Mrs. Rubin to Start
2nd Term as Head
of AJCongress

the major relief effort being con-
ducted by the Salvation Army.
A $1,000 contribution was for-
warded by Dr. William A. Wexler,
international president of Bnai
Brith, from the organization's head-
quarters in Washington.
Bnai Brith Women in the area
has begun a mass collection of
blankets, diapers and other goods
for the hurricane and flood vic-
tims. Teen-agers of Bnai Brith have
been collecting food, clothing and
linens for the Salvation Army De-
pot in McAllen, Tex.

Marshall Brenner, member of
the AJCongress governing board
and past president of the Michi-
gan Council, will be installing
Following the ceremony, David

Roth, Michigan regional director
of AJCongress, will discuss and
show slides of his recent visit to
the Soviet Union and Poland.
Mrs. Rubin, practicing social
worker, served as assistant direc-
tor of the Jewish Center from 1942
to 1945. In 1951 Mrs. Rubin, then
director of adult sarvices, organiz-
ed the Jewish Book Fair.
In addition to her post as presi-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
dent of the Michigan Council, Mrs.
to The Jewish News)
TEL AVIV — Former Prime Rubin currently serves as fellow-
Minister David Ben-Gurion will ship chairman of the Detroit
celebrate his 81st birthday Sunday Branch of the American Associa-
at Sde Boker, the Negev village tion of University Women. She is
where Israel's elder statesman also a member of the mental health
makes his home. The occasion will committee of the Mayor's Youth
be marked by the dedication of a Commission.
new teachers' seminary at the Sde
Mrs. Rubin received bachelors
Boker Educational Center. Some and masters degrees from Temple
100 prominent figures from all University and is completing re-
walks of life will be on hand to quirements for a PhD degree in
offer their felicitations to Ben- adult education at the University
G u rion.
of Michigan.

B-G to Be 81 Sunday

ish identity, as the first of the dren.
Mrs. Norman D. Zatz is chair-
subjects to be discussed at the
three forum sessions which have man of the planning committee
as their theme "Focus on Sur- with Mrs. Morris Baker. as chair-
vival." man of the day.
The current fall forum is an an- Future forum sessions are on

TEL AVIV — School children
carrying bouquets of flowers and
a youth orchestra sounding wel-
come with the strains of "Havenu
S h a lom Aleihem" ("We Bring
Peace Unto You") greeted 400
American members of a United
Jewish Appeal special study mis-
sion when they arrived at Lod Air-
port Monday.
The group, which filled three
planes, joined 150 other delegates
already in Israel in a first-hand
study of immigrant needs and prob-
lems in the aftermath of the Six-
Day War.
The warmth of the welcome and
the impression it made on the UJA
group was evident as women mem-
bers accepted flowers from the
children of the nearby new immi-
grant settlement of Yahud.
The mission, described as the
largest in UJA history, is being
led by Max M. Fisher of Detroit,
UJA general chairman; Edward
Ginsberg, of Cleveland, associate
general chairman; and Rabbi Her-
bert A. Friedman, executive vice-
In a pre-departure statement
Fisher said that the purpose of the
mission "is to observe at first hand
one of the war's most serious
effects — the dislocation and forced
curtailment of Israel's broad pro-
gram of social services for the
hundreds of thousands of Jewish
immigrants whom the UJA has
helped bring to Israel, and for
whose absorption into the social
and economic life of that country
the UJA shares responsibility."
The urgent needs of 350,000 Jew-
ish refugees from Asian and Afri-
can countries, now in Israel, were
outlined Tuesday night to the
members of the mission at a dinner
marking the opening of their ses-
sions. The speaker, Louis Pincus,

chairman of the Jewish Agency
Executive, declared that the Six-
Day War did not solve any of the
social problems of these people.
The opening dinner was also
addressed by Edward Ginsberg of
Cleveland, associate general chair-
man of the UJA, and Rabbi Her-
bert A. Friedman, executive vice

will be presented at the Masonic
Auditorium Oct. 28 by Les Grands
Ballets Canadians, is a scenic can-
tata written by the contemporary

German composer, Carl Orff.
"Carmina Burana" will be danced
by the full company of Les Grands
Ballets Canadiens, comprising 40
dancers accompanied by a sym-
phonic choir of 40 male and female

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