34—Friday, February 23, 1968
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Nathan Rosenbaum s Inspired Poems
French Oppose Full Entry of Israel Into Euromart
BRUSSELS (JTA)—Widely dif- the agenda for a meeting Wednes-
Since his 20th birthday, Nathan deals with is immense. World is- fering views on Israel's future re- day of the council
Rosenbaum, who has been active sues religious influences, parables, lations with the six-nation Euro- The council is the policy-making
Britain Pressed to Ratify in advertising and finance, has dedications to great men, historic pean Common Market were cited body for Euromart.
Holland and West Germany pro-
Genocide Convention 1 been writing poetry. His verses occurrences, prayers and love as- Monday in a second report by the
LONDON (JTA) — Sir Barnett ' , have been published in many jour- sertions are reflected in his in- working party on Israel's relations posed an agreement to grant free
with the European Economic Com- entry to Israeli products to the
Janner, Labor MP, gave notice in nals. Now, in a 300-volume collet- spired writings.
the House of Commons Monday tion, published by Barnes, he has
There is evidence of his being munity to the six permanent EEC Common Market. France opposed
that he will press vigorously for incorporated his poems, in a vol-
deeply moved by his Jewish heri- representatives who are preparing that idea and suggested only an
acceleration of tariff concessions,
British ratification of the United ume entitled "Selected Poems 1947-
tage and his "Ode on the Birth
granted in the Kennedy Round, on
Nations convention on genocide 1967."
of Israel, May 15, 1948", is an im- `Historians Fail to Deal
of particular interest to
during the current Human Rights
The variety of the themes he
pressive six-page poetic narra-
Israel. Italy, Belgium and Luxem-
an interim solution
NEW YORK (JTA)—The failure
Sir Barnett. who is chairman of
His 10-page "A Man from Par-
the foreign affairs committee of the Lazarus Phillips Named
nassus" is an enlightening literary of American and world history granting a 25 per cent preference
Board of Deputies of British Jews, to the Canadian Senate
texts to recognize the spiritual and to Israel on a wide variety of
reminded House leader Richard
"Variations on an Ancient cultural interchange between Jews products. Israel has applied for
OTTAWA (JTA)—Lazarus Phil-
H. S. Crossman that 'he had been lips, a Montreal buyer, became the Theme" depict many life's experi- and Christians throughout the cen- associate status in the Common
advised in reply to a question, that second Jew appointed to the Cana- ences and echo the poet's inner- turies or to deal adequately with Market.
the government had decided to ac-' dian Senate. He was named by most feelings.
the emergence of anti-Semitism
cede to the genocide convention. Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson
There is a dedication to Yascha in Western civilization, was noted
Crossman said he would forward in what was probably his last ap- Heifetz—"I am faint with too much by Rabbi Arthur Gilbert in an ad-
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Sir Barnett's "urgent question and pointment before retiring as leader beauty"—and a poem "Pictures at dress before an audience of Prot-
request" to the foreign secretary.
of the Liberal Party. The first Jew an Exhibition" is a paean to the estant students and faculty at
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
Sir Barnett disclosed later that to be named to the senate was paintings of Ludwig Blum, the first Carleton College, Northfield, Minn.
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as chairman of the foreign affairs David A. Croll in 1955. stanza asserting:
Rabbi Gilbert, who is assistant
committee of the Board of Deputies
to the president of the Jewish Re-
Phillips, a native of Montreal, is
Here is Israel
of British Jews, he had advised the a director of the Royal Bank of
As one man saw it with his eyes constructionist Foundation and a
West German ambassador in Lon- Canada, the Montreal Trust Co.
and his brush
don of the deep concern felt here and other firms. He is an honorary And his love for the ancient ligious dialogues, told another au-
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over the rising political power of vice president of the Canadian Jew-
dience at the Presbyterian-affili-
land of his people
the neo-Nazi National Democratic ! ish Congress and has been active
Reborn like a phoenix from the
Party in West Germany and the in Jewish community life in Can-
Paul, that Jewish youth, "in larger
ashes of history
methods it employed.
To live in the future with the numbers than their parents, view
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I Phillips is 72 and is expected to
greatness of the past.
synagogue as a significant aspect
Archives Sends Appeal I the mandatory retirement age of
Letter from Heinrich Heine which of their Jewish existence."
for Weizmann Letters
REHOVOT — An appeal for let-
. . . with my last breath of life Philly Federation Tests
ters written by the late Dr. Chaim Boston Day School Gets
I shall repeat
Family Day Care Program
Weizmann, first president of the
With ecstasy, with pride, with all
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — A
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state of Israel, has been issued by Permanent Facilities
family day care program is being
BOSTON (JTA) — The Solomon
the Weizmann Archives here.
That ancient, glorious command offered to the Philadelphia Jewish
Meyer W. Weisgal, chairman of Schechter Day School of Boston,
of my people,
community for the first time for
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the trustees of the archives, states which has held sessions for all of
"Hear Oh Israel, the Lord our children under age 3 whose moth-
that although more than 15,000 its seven years in various Conser-
God, the Lord is one."
ers must work or are ill, accord-
Weizmann letters are now in the vative synagogues, will have a
"Ovid in Exile" and "Balzac" ing to Jack F. Adler, chairman of
archives, there are known to be home of its own soon, thanks to are poetic expressions indicating the community planning commit-
many more thousands in the pos- the generosity of a Newton couple. the author's deep interest in all tee of the Federation of Jewish
Now Booking - -
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot B. School- phases of the arts and his devotion
sesion of people to whom Dr. Weiz-
mann wrote in the course of his man recently purchased the Green- to literary creativity.
He said the one-year program
wood Day Camp in Weston and
There is depth in the poet's Jew- will be handled on an experimental
Dr. Weizmann's letters are now presented the land and buildings ish feelings in "Benedictions for basis by the Association for Jew-
being edited for publication. The to the day school. In accepting the My Sons" which is based on the ish Children , a federation constitu-
and His Orchestra
English edition of the first volume gift, Harry Lakin, president of the traditional Jewish priestly blessing, ent. The goal will be to determine
is to be published by the Oxford school, said a building program the third portion of which con- the extent to which such family
for All Occasions
would be started soon to convert
University Press later this year.
day care is needed and the types of
For all those who have such let- the existing camp structures into
. . . the knowledge of love is the problems for which such a pro-
ters and wish tend them to the modern school buildings.
knowledge of wisdom,
gram would be most helpful. The
The gift also will make it pos-
archives, addresk them to Meyer
And the friendship of the heart pilot project will serve families in
W. Weisgal. the Weizmann Ar- sible for the day school to con-
is the cloak of security,
chives. Yad Chaim Weizmann, Re- tinue operation of the camp dur-
And the peace of the soul is the
ing the summer months .
blessing of the days and nights. Berlin Jews Aid
And belief in God is the shield
Israel Emergency Fund
that protects from evil.
WEST BERLIN (JTA)—The
So, my children, I give you this
Hayesod, fund raising arm
of the World Zionist Organization,
Feb. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. William
Feb. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
its emergency campaign
In this spirit, an impressive col-
Must (Ellen Niedelson) 18462 Onyx, R. Oleshansky (Marlene Rosen). lection of poems elevates Nathan here, obtained pledges in a single
Southfield. a daughter, Marla 25831 Lahser. Southfield, a son, Rosenbaum, who resides with his evening equal to 75 per cent of all
family in -suburban Philadelphia, to pledges received in Berlin during
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all of last year. Israel's ambassa-
a venerable position among poets.
Max Sch rut
dor to Bonn, Asher Ben Nathan
Feb. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs. Alan
For Good Photographs
and S. I. Kreutner, European di-
Sherman (Joni Mayers of Detroit) Epstein (Gail Stern), 23719 Wendy
and Prompt Service
Non-Jews Take Course
rector of the 1(11, were the speak-
of Creve Coeur, Mo., a son, Scott
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res. One hundred delegates rep-
in Judaism at Temple
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LOS ANGELES (JTA) — More
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred-
in West Germany, attended the
Feb. 12—To Spc./4 and Mrs. erick Safran (Anne Rovin), 30272 than half of the several hundred Keren Hayesod convention that
Weddings — Bar Mitzvas
Kenneth P. Pritz (Lynda Sadler), Southfield, Southfield, a son, Steven students attending a Reform-ori- opened here.
We Come to Your Home
ented introductory course in
former Detroiter of Fort Mon- Leslie.
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mouth, N.J., a daughter, Julie
When a man loses his desire to
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Feb. 6—To Dr. and Mrs. Richard Jewish Studies at the Wilshire do things well, he's done for.
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Feb. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Magnolia, Southfield, a daughter, Jews, the college director, Benja-
min Efron, has reported.
Schwartz (D iane Sagas), 29464 Julie Lynn.
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The course is one of a series
Fairfax, Southfield, a daughter, !
sponsored by the Union of Ameri-
neth Meyers (Barbara Averbach), can Hebrew Congregations. The
30208 Southfield, Southfield, a son, introductory course was started in
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Feb. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. George UAHC.
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Feb. 3—To Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Smith (Lucille Blumenstein of De- League for the Abolition of Religi-
troit) of Pittsburgh, a daughter, ous Coercion declared at its second
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national conference here that the
institution of civil marriage in
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Jan. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Israel was essential for the en-
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Hacker (Beverly Sher), 21465 Con- couragement of immigration from
stitution, Southfield, a daughter, the Western countries.
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The league is a non-political
body headed by academicians.
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Jan. 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Michael
Wittenberg (Myra Bayer), former not permitted in Israel where such
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