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September 27, 1968 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
24—Friday, September 27, 1968

Oppenheim-"diehards
Marriage to Be Feb. 15

MISS REGINA OPPENHEIM

Brevities

PRENTICE HALL, Inc., text-
book publishers of Englewood
Cliffs, N.J., announce that the firm
of GAKIKEN SHA, Tokyo, has pur-
chased rights to the book "An-
atomy of Automation" by George
H. Amber of Royal Oak and Paul
S. Amber of Detroit. The English
language edition, first published in
1962, is now in its second print-
ing.
* *
Classes in CONVERSATIONAL
HEBREW and HISTORY OF JEW-
ISH AND HEBREW LITERATURE
are being taught by AARON KUT-
NICK at Oak Park High School for
10 weeks. The Oak Park Board
of Education sponsors the three
courses for adults. Hebrew I is
taught Monday, Hebrew II Tuesday
and Jewish Literature Thursday,
all at 7:30 p.m.

Governor George Romney has
proclaimed CREDIT UNION WEEK
for Oct. 13-19 in observance of
the public service given by 1,200
credit unions to more than a mil-
lion and a half members in Michi-
gan. The governor singled out Oct.
17 as Credit Union Day.
▪ *
MOLLIE PARNIS, a top name in
American fashion design, will open
the 40th consecutive season of De-
triot Town Hall, 11 a.m., Oct. 9,
in Fisher Theater.

Mr. and Mrs. Morton Oppenheim
of Woodvale Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Regina Gayle to Irving
M. Richards, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dick Richards of Easton, Pa.
The bride-to-be, a graduate of
Oakland University, also attended
the University of Madrid, and Mc-
Gill University, Montreal. She now
attends the University of Michigan
graduate school. Mr. Richards re-
ceived his bachelors degree from
* s *
the University of Nevada.
The couple has set Feb. 15 as
Recent paintings of CHARLES
their wedding date.
POLLOCK will be exhibited at the
GERTRUDE KASLE GALLERY,
Oct.
5-31. Pollock was awarded a
ZOA Executive Posts
e.
tioansaltheArrts
aw
the
7,
om196th
grant frin
Given Five Detroiters
and
At the 71st annual convention cipient of a Guggenheim Fellow-
of the Zionist Organization of ship. He was further honored re-
America, held last week in Wash- cently by inclusion in the 1967
ington, t h e following Detroiters Corcoran Biennial.
* *
were elected members of the na-
"OPUS IV", a luncheon fashion
tional executive committee: Dr.
Alex Friedlaender, Richard Kram- show, will be presented by the
er and Carmi M. Slomovitz a n d TRI - COUNTY OSTEOPATHIC
Philip Slomovitz by appointment AUXILIARIES, at the Latin Quar-
of the national president, Jacques ter, 11 a.m. Oct. 8. Proceeds will
benefit the Michigan College of Os-
Torczyner.
Louis Panush, president of the teopathic Medicine. Mrs. Gordon
Zionist Organization of Detroit, Howe, wife of the Detroit Red
was elected a member of the na- Wings star, is honorary chairman.
tional executive committee rep- Two grand prizes are offered: a
resenting the North Central Re- tournaline mink jacket with match-
gion. Others elected to represent ing hat, and an eight-day trip for
the region are Ben-Zion Gotlieb, two to the Grand Bahamas via jet.
Flint; Burton Polansky, Milwau- Sportsmen's wives will serve as
kee, and Joseph Fremland, St. models. For reservations, call the
ticket chairman, Mrs. Ralph Hinz,
Paul.
Detroit delegates at the conven- 886-2195.
* *
tion included Mr. and Mrs. Panush,
Dr. and Mrs. Alex Friedlaender,
An exhibition of the paintings of
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Bennett, HUGO DE SOTO will open at a
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Spillman, Mrs. reception with the artist present,
Norma Hudosh, Mrs. Pauline Klein 7-10 p.m. Thursday at ALLEN
and Mrs. Lillian Schorr.
RUBINER GALLERY, and will
continue through Oct. 26. Born in
Cuba, de Soto studied for four
Minister's Son Studies
years at the Society of Arts and
at Temple for 2nd Year
Crafts in Detroit. He has exhibited
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) — The widely in the U.S. and Europe, and
ten-year-old son of a Baptist min- his work is in the permanent col-
ister resumed his attendance this lections of the Detroit Institute of
week at the religious school of
Arts, Cranbrook Museum, Temple
Temple Beth Ami where he re- Beth El, Museum of Fine Arts in
ceived a certificate of honor for
Havana, Pope Paul VI's private
maintaining an "A" average last
collection and the Vatican Library
Year.
Gary Firster is a student in the among others.

synagogue school because he
wants to be a minister and knowl-
edge of Hebrew is a requirement
for the Baptist ministry. R e v.
Richard L. Firster, pastor of the
Lower Dublin Baptist Church here,
started the Hebrew instruction by
setting up a home instruction
course for his son, his mother,
and his older sister. When the
home instruction became too com-
plicated, Rev. Firster discussed
the problem with Rabbi Jacob
Chinitz, asking whether the boy
could be enrolled in the syna-
gogue's religious school- to con-
tinue his study of Hebrew.
Rabbi Chinitz warned the min-
ister that his son would be exposed
to the r eli g i o us indoctrination
which is basic to the synagogue
school philosophy. The pastor said
he was not worried about that as-
pect and that the boy's objective
was to learn Hebrew. Gary, then
a fourth-grade student at a local
public school, was thereupon ac-
cepted for the synagogue school

I

NYC Parking Rules
Lifted for All Holidays

Miss Shenkman to Wed
Martin Cohen Oct. 26

Gen Allon, British Premier
Discuss Current Problems

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

. LONDON—Israel's deputy prime
minister, Gen. Yigal Allon, spent
over an hour Wednesday with
Prime Minister Harold Wilson at
the latter's private residence.
The two are friends of long
standing, and their talk was be-
lieved to have concerned the inter-
national situation and matters per-
taining to the Socialist parties of
the world.
Gen. Allon also met with Peter
Shaw, secretary of state for eco-
nomic affairs. Earlier, he attended
Rosh Hashana services at the St.
Johns Wood Synagogue. Thursday,
Gen. Allon addressed a luncheon
of the Foreign Press association,
where he was guest of honor,
I Wednesday night he appeared on
the BBC television program,

"Twenty Four Hours" on which
the Egyptian foreign minister,
Mahmoud Riad, appeared Tuesday
night.

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shenkman of
Sherbourne Rd., announce the en-
gagement of their daugher Gloria
Irene to Martin Cohen, son of Mrs.
Ella Cohen of Beverly Ave., Oak
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Miss Shenkman is a graduate of
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education. Her fiance was gradu-
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gan, where he was affiliated with
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
An Oct. 26 wedding date has been
set.

NYC Teacher Strike
Beset by 'Excesses'
of Bias, Mayor Told

NEW YORK (JTA) — The Amer-
ican Jewish Committee cited this
week "several instances of anti-
Semitism, intimidation and co-
ercion" in some city school dis-
tricts during the current teacher
strike.
The AJC appealed to Mayor John
V. Lindsay to go to the people of
the city through the mass media
"to halt further excesses on every
side" and avert the possibility
that "racial tensions will spill over
to violence."
The New York chapter said, in
its telegram to the mayor, that "a
statement from you condemning
bullying tactics and urging all
people of our city to use lawful
means to achieve self-betterment
is essential."
The telegram also said that "the
reasoned voice of the moderate in
both Negro and white communi-
ties is being stilled by emotional
excesses which ignore due process
and democratic procedures."
The chapter complimented the
mayor for having done "an out-
standing job in keeping our city
cool" during the summer months
and told him that the city was
looking "to your leadership."
The mayor was urged to use the
press, television and radio "to
speak to the people to halt further
excesses on every side and prevent
further polarization."

Beveridge Webster Plays
Rachmaninoff's Etudes
on Newest Dover Record

The last of the virtuoso-compos-
ers, Sergei Rachmaninoff, like
Liszt and others who preceded
him, was both a great pianist and
an important composer. His musi-
cal output was considerable and
included compositions for nearly
every media. Yet on looking
through Schwann, one is surprised
to see how little of his music is
available on records. There are,
for instance, 20 recordings of the
Concerto No. 2 in C for Piano, but
many lesser-known and equally
important works are not in print
on any label.
Two of these neglected pieces,
the Etudes-Tableaux, are per-
formed by Beveridge Webster on
an original recording just released
by Dover. To the best of the com-
pany's knowledge, this is the only
recording of this music currently
available.

NEW YORK (JTA) — A New
York City policy of suspending
alternate side of the street parking
regulations on all major Jewish
holidays h a s been restored by
Mayor John V. Lindsay, a Jewish
spokesman reported today.
The restoration of the policy was
announced last week at City Hall
at the close of three months of
discussions on the matter between
municipal officials and Jewish
leaders. The agreement covers up
to 10 Jewish holidays.
Meanwhile in Jersey City a sim-
ilar program has been approved
by Mayor Thomas Whelan for the
High Holy Days. Jews have been
asked to put a notice "Observing
Holy Day" on the windshield of
their cars. The agreement does
not include areas where there are
More worthy is he who gives a
parking meters, the mayor's office loan than he who gives charity.—
said.
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