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November 03, 1967 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-03

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Mark Ethridge to Talk
at New Temple Tuesday

Mark Ethridge, editor of the De-
troit Free Press, will discuss the
Vietnam war 8 p.m. Tuesday at
The New Temple.
Ethridge has been a newspaper-
man for more than 20 years, cover-
ing foreign and domestic news, and
an editor for
more than 15
years.
After his grad-
uation from
Princeton, Eth-
ridge worked on
t h e Washington
Post, the Win-
ston-Salem Jour-
nal and news-
papers in London
a n d Edinburgh. Ethridge
He was on the editorial staff of
Newsday, published on Long Island,
when that newspaper won its 1954
Pulitzer Prize. He joined the Free
Press in 1960 .

Bnai Moshe Couples
Plan Season's Activities

Mrs. Jack Blauer, president of
the Mr. and Mrs. Club of Cong.
Bnai Moshe, announces that Rabbi
Moses Lehrman will be speaker at
the first meeting 8:30 p.m. Nov. 20
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sey-
mour Cotten, 14094 Ludlow, Oak
Park.

Other programs will include a
llanuka party, an address by State
Rep. Jack Faxon on "Jewish-Negro
Conflicts in our Cities" and other
talks by Asher Tarmon, head of
Hebrew studies at the Jewish Cen-
ter, Cantor Louis Klein and Nor-
bert Reinstein.

For information, call Mrs. Harry
Nickelson, LI 8-1532, or Mrs.
Blauer, LI 7-1287.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
16—Friday, November 3, 1967

Lowicz Story Implements Hurban Literature

To the vast literature on the
Hurban, the holocaust in which the
Six Million were sacrificed to Hit-
lerism, has been added another
significant memorial volume.
Gedaliah Shaiak, JTA represen-
tative in Australia, for many years
an active journalist, is the author
of "Lowicz — A -
Town in Mazo-
via." It was pub-
lished by the Lo-
witcher Land s-
manshaften i n
Melbourne a n d
Sydney, Austra-
lia, in memory of
the Jewish corn- -
munity that was
exterminated by
the Nazis. Shaiak
This volume is significant in
many respects. It is tri-lingual.
While most of the data in this very
large book is in Yiddish, it has
sections in English and in Heb-
rew. It contains tributes to not-
ables from Lowicz and a Who's
Who of eminent Lowicz-born per-
sonalities and their descendants.
It is much more than a vol-
ume dedicated to martyrology.
It also includes many scholarly
essays by and about Lowiczians.
Having visited Detroit to enlist
support for his venture to estab-
lish a memorial for the Lowicz
martyrs, the author, Gedaliah
Shaiak, conferred with local citi-
zens, gathered data for his work
and included in the Who's Who of
Lowicz descendants Henrietta Her-
melin, who gained distinction as an
actress; Rena LaMed Bardenstein,
I U. of M. graduate who majored in
music; Fay Gkasser, Ford High
School teacher; and many from
other communities.
Shaiak himself wrote a history
of Lowicz Jewry. Others dealt with
a variety of subjects, and there
are tributes to those of special
eminence—to men like Louis Se-
gal, the personality from Lowicz
who rose to American Jewish
leadership, and others.
Notable among the essays is a
collection of data of resistance
to Nazism by Lowicz Jews. There
is a list of those who fell at
Birkenau during the resistance.
There are accounts of those who
fled from the Stakag to fight

against Nazism with the French
Maquis.
Indeed, the portraits of out-
standing personalities, the photo-
graphic record, the compilation of
news reports about Lowicz and its
people is impressive and is now a
valuable part of holocaust litera-
ture.
Lowicz organizations, the com-
munity's services, the emigrants'
activities in the new lands where
they settled, also are part of the
accumulated record.
The black-bordered record of
the victims of Nazism leaves a
deep impression. The list of the
martyrs is in itself a deeply
moving experience for readers of
this volume, and for the history
of the Hurban it is certainly an

Sonatas for flute and piano will
be featured in Wayne State Uni-
versity's first FACULTY RECITAL
of the season 8:30 p.m. Nov. 13 in
the Detroit Institute of Arts Lec-
ture Hall. Irvin Gilman, flautist, and
Darwin Swartz, pianist, both mem-
bers of the WSU applied music
faculty, will perform. Admission is
free, and the public is invited.

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Rabbi Gordis to Be
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Rabbi Robert Gordis of Temple
Beth El, Belle Harbor, L.I., will
speak on "Can Jews Survive—and
Should They?" 8 p.m. Nov. 14 at
Cong. Beth Sha-
lom.
Dr. Gordis has
been rabbi at
Temple Beth El
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Modern Age,"
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articles. He is a leading spokesman
for the Conservative Jewish move-
ment.
For information, call the syna-
gogue office, LI 7-7970.

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Chicago Rabbis Urge
Halt in Vietnam Bombing

CHICAGO (JTA)—The Chicago
Board of Rabbis, representing all
three branches of Judaism, has ap-
proved unanimously a resolution
calling on the United States gov-
ernment "to demonstrate its moral
initiative by ceasing all bombing
of North Vietnam and indicating
that it will negotiate with repre-
sentatives of the National Libera-
tion Front," the Viet Cong polit-
ical arm, for a peace settlement.
The resolution said that the rab-
bis are convinced there could be
"no military solution of the Viet-
nam war" and therefore urged that
"all parties to the conflict" to seek
"a speedy end to the hostilities and
accept the free exercise of popular
sovereignty in Vietnam."

important factor in retaining the
names of those who perished at
the hands of the Hitlerites.
There are reminiscences about
the Lamed-Vovnicks, the saints re-
lated to Jewish life generally and
to Lowicz. The philosophic-historic
essay by Dr. Zvi Cahn is valuable.
This volume about the martyr-
dom of the Polish Jewish com-
munity was printed in Israel.
Shaiak gathered data everywhere
and wrote the book in Australia
and partly in Israel. He has ren-
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Lowicz survivors but also to Jewish
historical records.

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