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November 24, 1967 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-24

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Choral Group to Do Dr. Adler's 'Journey Through Book'

THE DETROIT ,JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 24, 1967-13

PUERTO RICO FOR FUN!

DEPARTING FROM DETROIT

JANUARY 28 and MARCH 3 (8 Days)

PERSONALLY ESCORTED BY BEE KALT

The Shaarey Zedek Choral Group will perform at the joint program of the synagogue sisterhood
and men's club 8:30 p.m. Nov. 29 at the synagogue. "A Journey Through the Book," written by the
late Rabbi Morris Adler with musical score by Dan Frohman, will be performed by the chorale, musical
accompaniment by Mrs. Irwin Groner, piano, and Pasha Becker of the Detroit Symphony, cello. The
program will be narrated by Mrs. David Kliger and David Goldman. Soloists will be Cantor Jacob Sonen•
klar, Mrs. Marge Ruby, Mrs. Fred Baum and Joseph Cantor. Refreshments will be served. Admission is
free to members.

European Rabbis Urge
Increased Religious
Teaching for Refugees

AMSTERDAM (JTA) —

The
Standing Committee of the Confer-
ence of European Rabbis agreed at
a meeting here that it was urgent
for Europe's Jewish spiritual lead-
ers to direct Jewish religious feel-
ing , awakened by the May-June
crisis and war in the Middle East,
"into an active appreciation of Jew-
ish belief and practice and a wider
diffusion of Jewish knowledge
among young and old alike."
The rabbis reviewed the religious
and educational situations in Jew-
ish religious communities in Eu-
rope and expressed concern about
the problems of a large number of
Sephardic Jews who migrated to
France in recent years and whose
numbers have been increased by
the flight of large numbers of Jews
from Arab countries since last
June. The rabbis noted that there
had been similar influxes into Italy,
Belgium, Spain and Britain.
The spiritual leaders declared
that, in addition to provision for
the physical and social needs of
those newcomers, there was also
a "vital need" to meet their reli-
gious and educational requirements
to prevent "their disintegration"
as Jews and "eventual disappear-
ance from the Jewish scene." They
urged increased educational activ-
ities through creation of a network
of Jewish day schools.

PARKE-BERNET
GALLERIES, Inc.

Affiliated with

SOTHEBY & CO., London
980 MADISON AVENUE
NEW YORK, N. Y. 10021

Public Auction

November 29 at 1:45 p.m.
and
November 30 at 10:30 a.m.
and 1:45 p.m.

IMPORTANT
JUDAICA

SILVER, PEWTER, BRASS and
other RITUALISTIC OBJECTS in-
cluding spice and ethrog boxes
and containers; Megillah scrolls;
marriage contracts and other
manuscripts; pointers; amulets!
breastplates; shofors; tora crowns
and finials; Seder plates; Meno-
rahs; chandeliers; lamps; textiles.

A Synagogue Chair of
Elijah
XIV-XIX Century
Hebrew Manuscripts
Early Hebrew Bibles

and other books

The Collection of

CHARLES E. FEINBERG

Detroit, Michigan

Sold by his Order
Illustrated Catalogue S2
By Mail $2.50

On Public View Nov. 22

$39900

FEATURING: • Americana Hotel • Transfers • Five dine-out
Gourmet Dinners • Cocktail Party • Sightseeing • Tips to
Bellman • Air Transportation • Privilege of Miami Stop-over.

Country-Wide Interest Aroused
by Feinberg Judaica Auction

The sensational announcement
was made this week that the col-
lection of valuable Judaica pos-
sessed by Charles E. Feinberg will
go on sale at a public auction next
Wednesday and Thursday.
Known internationally for his
collection of valuable ceremonial
objects, Feinberg for the first
time is placing some of his collec-

Per Per son

From present indications, many
art collectors, owners of galleries,
synagogue leaders and others will
be at the auction in New York. The
fully illustrated catalogue gives
an excellent idea of the objects
for sale and is being studied by
prospective buyers and admired
by art lovers.

GROUPS LIMITED TO 40
SOME SPACE AVAILABLE

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS

BEE KALT TRAVEL SERVICE

4626 N. WOODWARD, ROYAL OAK

JO 6-1490 or LI 9-6733

A good suggestion,
straight from the employes' "think box:

CHARLES E. FEINBERG

ted art objects on sale at Parke-
Bernet Galleries, 980 Madison,
New York City at 1:45 p.m. Wed-
nesday and at 10:30 a.m. and 1:45
p.m. Thursday.

The exhibition and sale is ex-
pected to draw interested people
from scores of cities. The sales
will be conducted by Peter Wil-
son, John L. Marion, Charles A.
Hellmich, Edward L. Cave and
Edward J. Landrigan HI. The
free public exhibition com-
menced on Wednesday and will
continue through the dates of
the sale except on Sunday and
Monday.

The important Judaica going on
sale includes silver, pewter, brass
and other ritualistic objects. There
are Tora crowns and filials, breast-
plates, pointers, spice and etrog
boxes, seder plates, amulets, shof-
ars, menoras candlesticks, silver-
bound prayerbooks, marriage con-
tracts, marriage rings, Megila
scrolls and other objects.

Why not print
the word
"VEGETARIAN"
in Red on our label?

VEGETARIAN

BEANS

in tomato sauce

Among the noteworthy objects
going on sale is a Synagogue
Chair of Elijah, manuscripts,
books, paintings, ceremonial and
other textiles.

A thorough account of the ex-
hibition is given in a 148-page
book cataloguing the works going
on sale.
In a preface to this catalogue,
the noted historian Dr. Cecil Roth
pays honor to Feinberg and states:

"The collection is very widely
known, both because of the lib-
erality with which the owner
has made photographs available
to illustrate works of reference
and books on Jewish art, and be-
cause he has made possible loan-
exhibits in several cities over
the years. That he has decided
to break up the collection by
offering it at auction will be
a matter of regret to some: but
there is the compensation that
it will permit many other pri-
vate collectors, museums and
synagogues to acquire what they
have so long admired."

Excellent, Miss Golbitz! You are
really on the ball. You're right—
"VEGETARIAN" is a mighty im-
portant pact of the name of the
world's most popular vegetarian
beans. You might also have sug-
gested printing the 011 in red; the
seal of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
is just as important. But, Miss Gol-
bitz, the red type would dash with

the other colors on the label. It
would make the whole thing "coo
busy". However, Miss Golbitz,
don't think that we're just going
to file your suggestion away and
forget it. Positively not! We're go-
ing to make you famous (at the
office, at least!) We've decided to
create an ad out of your very orig-
inal idea. Here it is, Miss Golbitz!
This is the ad!

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