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November 01, 1968 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-01

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20—Friday, November 1, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

News Brevities

Tora Umesora, the national so-
ciety for Hebrew Day Schools, and
Samuel C. Feuerstein of Brook-
line, Mass., the
society's national
president since
its inception in
1944, will be hon-
ored jointly at
Tora Umesora's
25th silver anni-
versary dinner,
Nov. 17, at the
New York Hil-
ton Hotel. Day
School communi-
Feuerstein
ties throughout North America
will pay tribute to the national
Day School movement and its
leadership for a quarter century
of pioneering achievement which
saw the Day School movement
grow from 30 schools in three
states to a total of nearly 400
schools in 30 states and five Ca-
nadian provinces.
* • •

Tile sculpture of IBRAM LAS-
SAW will be exhibited at the Ger-
trude Kasle Gallery through Nov.
30. Lassaw, born in Alexandria,
moved to the U. S. in 1921. He
studied sculpture at the Clay Club
in New York from 1926 to 1930
and attended the Beaux Arts In-
stitute of Design and City College
of New York. In 1933, he began
his first experiments with ab-
s t r a c t sculpture. Lassaw, a
founder of the American Abstract
Artists, was its president from
1946 to 1949. His work can be found
in the Baltimore Museum of Art,
museums of Modern Art in New
York and Rio de Janeiro and Whit-
ney Museum of American Art, as

JUDGE

SZYMANSKI

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well as others. The Kasle Gallery
is open Monday through Saturday,
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
• • •

A unique new text on the moral
crises of our time, entitled JEW-
ISH VALUES AND SOCIAL JUS-
TICE, is being published today
by the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations as part of its ex-
panded program of "commitment
to the achievement of social justice
for all men."
• • •
VAN CLIBURN, the tall Texan

pianist, plays at Masonic Audi-
torium 8:20 p.m., Nov. 9.

* *
An outstanding event of this

g ewry

en the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Out of the Silence,"
features songs of Russian Jewry

sung by Cantor Reuven Frankel,
cantor of Temple Israel, Albany,
N. Y., with Lazar Weiner, reci-
pient of the coveted Frank L. Well
award for contribution to Jewish
cultural life, at the piano.
*
s
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "New Strategies for
Urban Survival" is the subject of
an interview with Irving Levine,
director of the American Jewish
Committee's department of educa-
tion and urban planning. Leonard
Milstone, former community af-
fairs associate of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, is interviewer.
* 5 *
IN CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WJR
Feature: The first of a new
series on "Religion and the Arts,"
as the musical drama "Victory at
Masada" is discussed by Cantor

fall's cultural season takes place
with the appearance of the spec-
tacular, "FIESTA MEXICANA,"
at the Masonic Auditorium, 8:20
p.m., Saturday. This troupe of
dancers, singers and musicians will
present a pageant of music and
dance.
• * *
FRED WARING will bring his
world famous Pennsylvanians to
Masonic Auditorium, 8:20 p.m.,
Nov. 15.
* * •
The famed D'OYLY CARTE
OPERA COMPANY of London Harold Orbach and host Hal
brings two of Gilbert and Sullivan's Youngblood.
outstanding productions to Mason-
* -
ic Auditorium in late November.
ETERNAL LIGHT
"The Mikado" will be presented
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Nov. 26 and "H. M. S. Pinafore"
Station: WWJ
Nov. 27.
Feature: The final program of
the series "Views and Reviews
The MOTOR CITY STAMP AND from Israel" features an interview
COVER CLUB will host its seventh with Rabbi David Mogilner, leader
annual exhibition and bourse Nov. of the Rama Summer Program in
9 and 10 at the Knights of Colum- Israel, and Judith Wildner, parti-
bus Hall, 13510 Lesure. Hours are cipant in the program, discussing
10 a.m. -10 p.m. Saturday and 10 the Rama movement and the ex-
a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
perience of a summer in Israel,
* * *
with Rabbi Ben Zion Bokser, pro-
ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER gram editor.
• * •
AND THE ETERNAL PAST, by
Trying Buchen, published by New
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
York University Press, is the first
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
book-length examination and an
Station: WKNR
praisal of Singer's works. It is
Feature: "Abraham — Father of
also the first book to sketch Sing- the Jewish Nation," examines
er's life from a very Orthodox Abraham's character and person-
boyhood in Eastern Europe to his ality. Also "The New Jewish
present success in America.
Sound," new versions of old
* • •
themes by the "Od Yishoma Five."
* 5 *
BILL SANDS, author of the best-
HIGHLIGHTS
sellers, "My Shadow Ran Fast,"
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
and "The Seventh Step" will be the
Station: Channel 2
speaker at Detroit Town Hall at 11
Feature: "The Librarian's View,"
a.m. Wednesday in Fisher Theater.
is the topic as a new series begins
"41111111111,1111.111111 16.118~ on trends in Jewish literature.
Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine, of the
EASY AS 1-2-3
Birmingham Temple, is host. Par-
ticipating in the discussion are
Bertha Wember, librarian of
MICHAEL L.
Temple Israel, and David Elazar,
librarian of the United Hebrew
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Schools, both members of the Na-
Member Bnai Brith and
tional Association of Jewish Li-
Cong. Beth Moses
brarians.
Ox 123 On Your •Ballot

Will Knesset Elections
Toronto Nazi Goes Free
on Bad Language Charge in Israel Be Postponed?
magis-
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Eliyat
TORONTO (JTA)—A
trates court has dismissed Shason, minister of police, sent a
letter to Premier Eshkol request-
charges against Toronto's self ing that the present term of
the
styled Nazi, John Beattie, who was Knesset be extended for two more
charged with using abusive Ian- years. Shason based his proposal

gauge in an anti-Semitic speech
he made in a city park last May 5.
The charge, which was dis-
missed on a technicality, was
brought up by the city of Toronto
on the basis of a local bylaw pro-
hibiting the use of such language.
Magistrate S. Tupper Bigelow
agreed with Beattie's counsel that
the applicable section of the by-
law was invalid because it in-
fringed on the federal jurisdiction
over civil law.
Beattie had referred to "the
stinking (Canadian) Jewish Con-
gress" and claimed that the Tal-
mud teaches Jews to cheat Chris-
tians.

on the difficult defense problems
facing Israel, and the country'a
situation on the international scene

which calls for absolute unity of

the entire population. His aim, be
wrote, is to avoid at this time
political squabbles and dissension
stirred up by heated electioneer-

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Brandeis U. Admitting
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WALTHAM, Mass. (JTA) — A
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