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August 22, 1969 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-08-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, August 22, 1969

Joey Russell Due
at Simi David Fete

Entertainer Joey Russell will be
guest star at the Bnai David testi-
monial dinner honoring Cantor Hy-
man J. Adler 6:30 p.m. Sept. 3
in the social hall of the congrega-
tion.
Max Sosin, president. said Can-
. tor Adler has
been named Bnai
David Man of the
Year in recogni-
tion of his quar-
ter century of
service to the
congregation, t o
the Jewish com-
munity and to the
state of Israel.
: Proceeds will go
'to Israel Bonds.

Russell h a s
starred in
night clubs and
hotels through-
out the country
Russell and has ap-
peared on leading TV and ra-
dio programs and in stage pro-
ductions.

Cantor Orbach to Solo .
in Dave Brubeck
Cantata in Ohio

Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel will be tenor soloist when
"The Gates of Justice," a new
cantata by Dave Brubeck. will be
given its world premiere, Oct. 19
at dedication cer-
emonies for the
new Rockdale
Temple (Reform)
in Cincinnati.
A second per-
•-•
formance will fol-
low Oct. 27 in
Miami Beach at
the 50th general
assembly of the
Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Con-
gregations a n d
the_27th biennial
assembb, of th(
Brubeck
National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods, an af-
filiate of the UAHC.

The cantata was commissioned
by the College-Conservatory of
Music, University of Cincinnati,
ti •
with the UAHC.
The premiere
was assigned to
Rockdale Temple
on the occasion
Rabbi Hayim Donin, who has of its move into
just returned from a year's sab- a new contem-
batical in Israel, will give the porary structure.
tribute to the honoree. Dr. Maurice
The text, adap-

W. Silverman will be toastmaster.
For reservations to the dinner,
Which will be preceded by a cock-
tail reception, call the Israel Bond
office. 352-6770. or the synagogue.
EL 6-8210.

ted by the com-
and his
poser
wife Iola from .

the Hebrew

Israel Bonds and Jewish National

in the neighborhood and through-
out the community who are unaf-
filiated or who find it convenient
to worship there. Tickets may be
obtained from the synagogue of-
fice 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays
and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays.

During the 1968-69 academic
year, Michigan State students
earned 1,773,399 credit hours in
4,742 courses. During the same
period, 9,743 students received de-
grees at MSU.

banned. They said it was based
-on the birth of Christ and would
give a "green light" to prose-
lytizing by Christian missionaries
in Israel.
The rabbis were given to under-
stand that the oratorio is a musi-
cal composition, not a religious ob-
servance. Local newspapers chided
the Orthodox clerics for their "lack
of elementary familiarity with
musical tradition."
They pointed out "few men are
further removed from religious
bigotry" than the 94-year-old Ca-
sals, a self-exiled Spaniard who
left his home years ago in protest
against the Franco regime. Casals
makes his home in Puerto Rico.

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AUGUST 22

Immigrant Housing Gets Priority Over All Building

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The cabi- will be built by the publicly owned
net has decided to halt virtually Rasco Corp.
all public construction in Israel for
six months in order to concentrate
Activity is the only road to
on urgently needed immigration knowledge.
housing units.
Extempted from the ban is the
Old City of Jerusalem and schools
and kindergartens which are con-
sidered essential. But no con-
struction permits will be issued
for office buildings, service cen-
ters, storage or buildings used for
Jut Slatkin"
communications or entertainment
purposes.
The private building sector is not
effected by the order. But the
Builder's Association has volun-
teered to construct 4,000 new im-
20311 W. 8 Mile
migrant units and a thousand more

the Selective Service System, in the
form of Operations Bulletin No. 81,
as amended and addressed to draft
boards throughout the country.
Bulletin No. 81 applies to Rosh
Hashana (Sept. 13 and 14), the

Bible and

ARK LANES
WEST

SOUTH CG TWELVE

NEW YORK—The National Jew-
ish Welfare Board's Commission
on Jewish chaplaincy has been of-
ficially advised by the Selective
Service Commission that all draft
boards have been asked to give
"favorable consideration, when-
ever possible" to requests from
Jewish registrants for postpone-
ment of their physical examina-
tion or induction into the Armed
Forces during the coming Jewish
High Holy Days.
This official word was received
by Rabbi Edward T. Sandrow of
Temple Beth El, Cedarhurst, N.Y.,
commission chairman, from Brig.
Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, director of

Orbach

the Union Pray-
er Book of Reform Judaism, in-
corporates the teachings of the
prophets into a commentary on con-
Cantor A. A. Rosenfeld
"We
temporary social issues.
to Be at Beth Abraham
spend millions to guard the walls
of our cities and pennies to im-
for Auxiliary Services
prove the quality of life within,"
Cong. Beth Abraham has en- Brubeck observed.
gaged the services of Cantor An-
ton A. Rosenfeld for its annual Rabbis" Demand to Stop
auxiliary High Holiday services
Performance of Casals
in the synagogue
social hall. Sept.
Oratorio Is Rejected
13 and 14 and
JERUSALEM (JTA)—The direc-
Sept. 21 and 22.
tors of the Israel Music Festival
Before coming
have rejected a demand by the
to the United
chief rabbinate that they delete
States, Cantor
from the program an oratorio by
Rosenfeld served
the world famous cellist, Pablo
as chief cantor in
Casals on the grounds that it is
Budapest. He
Christian in theme and might en-
was cantor at
courage "missionaries." Casals ar-
Bnai Moshe Syn.
rived here Sunday to conduct his
14

agogue for
work. "The Crib."
years and has Cantor Rosenfeld
Earlier, Chief Rabbis Nissim
served as president of the Can-
and Untermann urged Minister
tors Association of Detroit. He and of Tourism Moshe Kol to use his
his wife Helen have been active in
influence to have the oratorio

Fund: in 1967. a forest in Israel
was dedicated to his name.
Auxiliary Holy Day services are
held to accommodate worshipers

Jewish Draftees
Get Deferments
for Holy Days

Jewish New Year; Yom Kippur
(Sept. 22), the Day of Atonement:
and Sukot (Sept. 27-Oct. 5), the
Feast of Tabernacles. Since all the
Holy Days commence at sundown
of the day previous to these dates,
Bulletin No. 81 states that "nor-
mally, the registrant's physical
examination or induction should
be postponed to a date following
the religious holiday involved."

2nd Settlement Dedicated
in Hebron Hills' Bloc

JERUSALEM — A second settle-
ment, Rosh Zurim. was recently
dedicated in the Etzion Bloc in the
Hebron Hills. The new village will
subsist on the 3.000 dunams (750
acres) of land reclaimed by the
Jewish National Fund. The bloc

will consist of three villages and
an urban center to be based on the
integration of agriculture and in-
dustry.
The new village is located on the
site of Ein Zurim, one of the four

Jewish setlements of the Etzion
bloc which fell in the War of
Independence. The fields of Rosh
Zurim, as well as those of Mar
Etzion, the first village established
in September 1967, are connected
to the settlement by a road cut by
the JNF.

Kiesinger Spurns Bid
to Address NPD Meeting

BONN (JTA) — A spokesman for

Chancellor Kurt Georg Kiesinger's
Christian Democratic Union
branded as an "impertinence" an
invitation to Dr. Kiesinger from the
neo-Nazi National Democratic
Party to address a meeting of the
NPD at Hanover to discuss politi-
cal issues. He said no answer
would be sent.
The president of the Bundestag.
Kai Uwe von Hassal, a leader of
the CDU, told an audience in
northern Germany last weekend
that he did not believe that the
NPD would win any seats in the
Bundestag. He asserted that even
if the NPD did capture any seats,
the Christian Democrats, "under
no circumstances" would cooper-
ate with them.

Jewish Ghetto Merchants

BALTIMORE (JTA) — A special
committee set up by the Associa-
ted Jewish Charities immediately
after the April 1968 riots here is
now in its second year of provid-
ing guidance to Jewish small bus-
inessmen.
The business advisory commit-
tee of the Associated Place-
ment and Guidance Bureau pro-
vides help in selling, buying
and relocating business enterprises.
William S. Heller, committee chair- ,
man, said the committee is com-
prised of businessmen, lawyers, ac-
countants, realtors and insurance
experts. Services are readily ,
available for consultation at no
cost, Heller said. He reported
that Jewish businessmen have
been given help in renting and sell-
ing stores, handling lease and tax
questions and similar problems.

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