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November 22, 1968 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-22

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Group, Magazine Issue
Appeal on Polish Bigotry

Wheelchair Athletes Wished Mazel Toy

NEW YORK (JTA) — Torah

NEW YORK—In a statement,
"An Appeal to the Conscience of
the Polish People," the presidium
of the Yiddisher Kultur Farband
(YKUF) of the United States, a
national cultural organization, and
the editors of the monthly, Yid-
dishe Kultur (Jewish Cluture), ex-
pressed "their deep pain and an-
xiety over the events in Poland
which endanger the fate and fu-
ture of Jewish life in the country."

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, November 22, 1968

388 Day Schools Listed
Currently in U.S., Canada

Gen. and Mrs. Omar Bradley saw the 77-member U.S. wheelchair
team to John F. Kennedy International Airport where they boarded
their El Al jet to Israel. The five-star army general is the director of
the U.S. Wheelchair Sports Fund. Competing against more than 700
invalid and handicapped athletes from 30 countries, the U.S. team
took part in the 17th Stoke Mandeville Games for the Paralyzed,
"Paralympics," at the city of Ramat Gan. Members of the U.S.
contingent hailed from 17 states in the Union, including Michigan.

Umesorah, National Society for
Hebrew Day Schools report
that there are currently 348 Jew-
ish day schools in 30 states with
an enrollment of 71,000 pupils and
an overall annual budget of near-
ly thirty-five million dollars and
40 such schools in Canada with
10,000 pupils.
The report, issued by Samuel.
C. Feuerstein of Brookline, Mass.,
Torah Umesorah president, mark-
ed the 25th anniversary of the
organization. It cited the estab-
lishment during those 25 years of
112 high schools, 56 of them 10-
cated outside the New York met-1
ropolitan area. The high schools
located in 15 states, have a total
enrollment of 14,000 students, the
report said.

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ANNE AYE R, Massachusetts
born mezzo-soprano, will be heard
in a recital of arias and art songs
at the lecture hall of the Detroit
Institute of Arts 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Miss Ayer, who began her formal
vocal training at the Peabody Con-
servatory of Music in Baltimore,
has just returned from her second
European tour, the ninth foreign
tour she has made within the past
few years. Tickets on sale at Hud-
son's and Grinnell's.
* C.
An exhibit of new SOREL
ETROG works of sculpture from
Florence is being presented in the
J. L. Hudson Gallery through Dec.
7. Two of the most important out-
door sculpture courts in the world
exhibit Etrog works: the Noguchi
Sculpture Gardens of the Israel
Museum and the Kroeller-Mueller
Museum, Otterlo, Holland. Other
works are in the Guggenheim Mu-

Kenneth Sand ford sings the role
of Poo-Bah in the "MIKADO" when
that Gilbert and Sullivan operatta
is presented at Masonic Auditorium
8:20 p.m. Tuesday. A companion
piece, "H.M.S. Pinafore" is per-
formed by the D'Oyly Carte Com-
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Menahem Romano, 87,
Yugoslav Pre-War Rabbi

BELGRADE (JTA)—Represent-
atives of all.sections of Yugoslav-
ian Jewry and emissaries from
non-Jewish groups attended fun-
eral services in Sarajevo for
Rabbi Menahem Romano, the last
survivor of Yugoslovia's pre-war
rabbis, who died there at the age
of 87.
Rabbi Romano, popular as a
teacher as well as a spiritual
leader, was born in Sarajevo and
was educated at the rabbinical
college there. He was the author
of a Yom Kippur prayerbook with
commentary and of other religious
and liturgical works.

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