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November 22, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM — Forty students
from South Africa and a like num-
ber of Israeli students will be in
the vanguard of settlers who will
repopulate the Jewish quarter of
East Jerusalem, all but destroyed
by the Jordan Arab Legion in 1948.
The rebuilding of the quarter and
its future development is a joint
project of the prime minister's
office and the Jerusalem munici-
pality. .
Among the buildings scheduled
to be restored are some of the 52
synagogues that once served the
former Jewish community and
were obliterated by the Jordanians.
Two buildingS have already been
dug out of the rubble and are being
equipped with electricity, hot wa-
ter and sanitary facilities to ac-
commodate the students. The South
African _ group, organized under
the auspices of the Herut Party,
will move into East Jerusalem
next month.

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Discuss His Works

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Louis J. Schuldt, director of the
community relations department
at Northville State Hospital, said
there are a limited number of pa-
tients without relatives or friends
who may be forgotten at holiday
time, when gifts are distributed.
He added that, of great and last-
ing value, are gifts to ward aiteas
and hospital departments—such as
appliances, musical instruments,
sewing machines and recreational
equipment. An individual or a
group may wish to provide a cash
donation into the patient Benefit
Fund which can help purchase
needed items.
For information, call Schuldt,
FI 9 - 1800, ext. 423.

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the real estate and building com-
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Schools, chaired the recent ground
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breaking ceremonies for the Sig-
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11 Mile & Lahser
in Southfield. The Jewish News re-
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not historically or legally belong to
the countries they would return
them to. "These Arab countries
do not need any of these areas for
their safety and security. But Is-
rael does."

A reception in honor of Rabbi Josef Zeitin was held recently at
Beth Isaac Synagogue, Trenton. The first rabbi to serve the Downriver
congregation, Rabbi Zeitin arrived in Trenton in September. Among the
guests were Fr. Walter Bracken of St. Joseph Catholic Church, Trenton;
Attorney Sol Dann purchased
the Rev. Walter C. B. Saxman of First Methodist Church, Trenton; the space in the advertising columns
Rev. Jay Coulton of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Trenton; - Fr. Ed- of the New York Times Wednesday
' ward Ritter of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Ecorse; and Fr. to publish an open letter to "os-
Ladies better sports wear
Michael Gormley of St. Henry Catholic Church, Lincoln Park. Members triches masquerading as doves" on
departmnet. High salaried
of the Beth Isaac .Women's Club who arranged the event were Mes- the Middle East question.
position. Excellent oppor-
dames Isadore Chernoff, Paul Kopp, Philip Mittleman, Isadore Mulias
Dann warned that "doves" were
tunity to assist with man-
and Paul Sadick.
jeopardizing American interests
agement and buying. Will
Detroiters Mrs. Alfred Lakin and Mrs. Leonard Sims attended the and undermining and destroying
consider inexperienced
fall Bnai Brith Women executive board meeting in Washington, D.C., Israel's security by openly and
this week. Mrs". Lakin is acquisition chairman of the membership com- prematurely suggesting that Israel
young person for training.
mittee and a member of the allocations committee; Mrs. Sims is chair- return the liberated areas and
547-8346
man of the laws committee of Bnai Brith Women and a past national withdraw from the natural and
president.
safe borders she presently occu-
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Meltzer of Manor Ave. were honored recently pies."
Suburban
by their children, Messrs. and Mesdames Lee Shulman and Larry
Dann argued that these areas do
Gottlieb, at a 25th anniversary reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Shulman of Maryland Ave., Southfield. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Gottlieb of Louisville and Mrs. Mervin Sibulkin of Provi-
EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
dence, R.I.
FOR A. WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?
A tea honoring her future daughter-In-law, Lauren Sun Wolrauch,
was given recently by Mrs. Hy Koenigsberg of Glastonbury Gate,
Southfield. Miss Wolrauch and her fiance, Alan Koenigsberg, plan
to marry June 22.
Is Conveniently Located at
Mr. Joseph Spitzer of Vernon Ave., Oak Park, left for London to
20500 JAMES COUZENS
attend the briss of his first grandchild, son of Mr. and Mrs. Yehuda
(8 Mile L Greenfield—Across from Northland)
Bleier (Judy Spitzer).

On hearing a certain 17-year-old
pianist in 1787. Mozart was moved
OF HARVARD ROW
to remark, "Keep your eyes on
Designers of Fine Furs
him; some day he will give the
Complete Fur Service
world something to talk about."
11 MILE AND LAHSER
True to Mozart's prediction, the
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Young man — Ludwig van Beetho-
ven—gave the world a lot to talk
about—great music, a highly indi-
vidualistic personality, and an al-
most unbelievable string of foibles
and idiosyncracies.
The extent to which Beethoven's
Ort •
own friends and associates discuss-
COUTURE-BOUTIQUE
ed him is revealed in "Beethoven:
Impressions by His Contemporar-
CUSTOM DESIGNS
ies," edited by 0. G. Sonneck. This
LINGERIE - LOUNGEWEAR
book
— a compilation of excerpts
ACCESSORIES
from diaries, letters, memoirs, and
journals by people like Liszt,
HARVARD ROW MALL
MR. AND MRS. POLLENS
Rossini, Goethe, etc.—offers a com-
11 MILE & LASHER
pelling portrait of the master, one
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pollens re-
that
brims
with
insights,
anecdotes,
353-7640
cently were honored on their 50th
and vignettes.
wedding anniversary with a party
given by their children and grand-
children at Northland Inn.
The couple, who exchaged mar-
riage vows in 1918 in Toledo, are
the parents of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Pollens, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Pol-
lens and Mrs. Betty Polen.
The bride of 50 years has one
sister, Mrs. Herman Abrams; and
four brothers, Abe Kasle, Jake
Kasle of Indianapolis, Joe Kasle of
Toledo and Louis Kasle of Flint.
Her husband, who is semi-retired,
has two sisters, Mrs. Charles Ru-
bin of Toledo and Mrs. B. Dorf of
Paramus, N.J. Most of the couple's
family were present to help cele-
brate the event.
November 15 through December 25, both men's and ladies' models'

Oak Park, Mich.

Friday, November 22, 1968 - 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

S. Africa, Israeli Students
to Settle in E. Jerusalem

548-5590

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