THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
28—Friday, April 24, 1970
Center Schedules Week-Long Celebration
George Gruen, 3I.E. Specialist,
do Eye 'Palestine at Institute
George E. Gruen, Israel and Foundation and the Social Science
Ntiddle East specialist in the for- Research Council.
Gruen has been a lecturer on
eign affairs department of the
International relations at Coign'.
American Jewish Committee, will
speak on "Politics and Peoples of bia's University School of Gen-
Palestine: Arab and Jewish Refu- eral Studies and has written
gees of the Middle East Conflict" extensively on the Middle East
8 p.m. Thursday at the Jewish for various journals, including
Center. Midstream and New Outlook.
He analyzed "The Great Pow-
This lecture is part of the Lay-
ers and Arms Limitation" for
man's Institute for Study of the
Middle East, a joint effort of the the February issue of the New
American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, Anti-
His study, "Water and Politics
in the Middle East" (1964) and
his analyses of "The Arab Refu-
gee Problem and the United Na-
tions" (1966) and "The Refugees
of Arab-Israel Conflict" (1969)
were published in anAJCommit-
tee foreign report series.
Defamation League, Hadassah,
Jewish Center and Michigan As-
sociation of Jewish College Stu-
Gruen received his master's
degree and the certificate of the
Near and Middle East Institute
from Columbia University in 1959. Paris Archbishop Warns
He also holds the
Catholics That France Is
degree of bache-
for of Hebrew lit-
'in Danger of Racism'
erature from the
PARIS (JTA)—The archbishop
of Paris has warned French Cath-
olics against anti-Semitism, declar-
college of Jewish
ing he "felt ashamed" over a street
studies. He re-
incident in with& someone had
ceived his PhD
shouted "dirty Jews."
at Columbia's de-
In an article in the official bul-
partment of pub-
letin of the Paris diocese, Fran-
lic law and government, majoring cols Cardinal Marty added that
in international relations and law "France is in danger of racism."
and has traveled extensively in He wrote that when he thought of
the Middle East, writing his dis- the street incident, he recalled
sertation on 'Turkish-Israel rela- "the sons of Abraham whom I wel-
tions under grants from the Ford coined during the war in my coun-
He added that "such insults
Histadrut Plans Seder
defile an entire country. They are
of an even deeper ill-
for Its Golden Jubilee
France is in danger - of
NEW YORK (JTA)—Yosef Teko- riciirn. I say firmly, we must cure
ah, Israel's ambassador to the this disease, rebuff this sin, for-
United Nations, will be principal bid words of hate, ban racist
speaker at the Histadrut third articles and publication."
seder on Saturday evening at the
Pioneer Women Prepares
The Passover fete will pay tri-
bute to Histradut, the Israel labor for Annual Oneg Shabat
federation, on the occasion of its
Mrs. Adele Mondry will open her
golden jubilee. A special Hagada, home, 22902 S. Bellwood, South-
"Voice of Jubilee," based on tra-1 field 1 p.m. Saturday for the an-
ditional and contemporary sources, I nual oneg Shebat sponsored by the
that combines the story of Exodus' educational department of Detroit
from Egypt with the 20th Century Council of Pioneer Women.
return of the Jews to the land of ; Mrs. Victor Ross, vice president
Israel will be read.
I of education, said guest speaker
Shlomo Kaplan, head of the His will be Rabbi Milton Arm of Cong.
tadrut music department in Tel , Beth Achim. Bella Goldberg, plan
Aviv, has come to New York to ist and singer, will make one 'of
supervise the musical phases of the her last appearances before de-
program, which are based on a parting for Israel.
golden jubilee festival staged in
Passover refreshments will be
Jerusalem last January.
Try and Stop Me
By BENNETT CERT
Dooric justice in the Bronx: A man named Rubin emerged
from a snack bar just as a taxi was driving off. He
yelled, "Taxi," and the driver stopped for him. "The Bronx
County Court House," he
ordered. When the cab
arrived t her e, Rubin
alighted, summoned two
cops coming out of the
front door, and had the
It was Mr. Hubires
Once, driving down the
main street of Rye. New
York, Columnist Franklin
P. Adams was moved to in-
form his passenger, one
Harold Ross, that the town
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boasted a factory that
made faces. "The Rye Face Factory', eh." nodded Ross. "Let us
ask yonder citizen where it's located." They actually stopped the
car to request the information, but were solemnly informed. "I -
know it's somewhere around, but you better ask somebody else.
I'm a stranger here myself."
John Kenneth Galbraith notes that when he was our ambas-
sador in India a near-sighted lady in Calcutta saw the words "The
Ambassador" on his special luggage and was heard to say, "My
goodness, is that what American hotels look like 7"
Joyce Greenfell, just back from a triumphal tour of Australia
with her one-man show, explains v.•ny so many fish are con-
stanUy uncomfortable: there are no roes without a thorn.
o MO, by Bennett cert. D'itilbuted by Icing Features Syndicato.
On May 13 at
The celebration of the 22nd year
of Israel's statehood will take form 8:30, an Israeli
in a week-long schedule of events film (with En- .
May 10-17 at the Jewish Center. glish sound
track) will be
The community is invited.
shown in the
An exhibit of Israeli graphics Aaron DeRoy ',-
and paintings will be on display and Theater. "He'
for sale in the lobby area May 6-17.
At 8:30 p.m. May 10, The Aya-
the Field" stars
Ions, an Israeli singing-comedy Assaf Dayan, son
group, will appear under the co- of Moshe Dayan,
sponsorship of the Center, Israeli
and Iris Yotvat
Students Organization and Jewish in a story of a kibutz-reared boy
Youth Council. The Ayalons who and a refugee girl. Tickets are on
have appeared before in Detroit, sale at the Center.
will present an entirely new rep-
On May 17 in the theater an Is-
ertoire. Admission will include raeli dance festival will be present-
dancing and refreshments after ed 8 p.m. by the Young Dancers
the performance. Tickets are now Guid under the direction of Harriet
available at the Center, with a
Berg. They will feature an original
reduced price for young people.
work choreographed by Fred Berk.
Israel Bond Dinner-Dance,
Aid Society, Arlazaroff Fetes Slated
Ilkah Raveh, Israeli folk singer,
and Dr. Arieh Plotkin, former Is-
raeli Intelligence Corps officer,
will head the program at the
fourth annual United Israel Bond
dinner-dance 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Andrew Martin is dinner com-
mittee chairman, and co-chairmen
are Simon Ciek, Isaac Engel, Kune
Greenbaum and Jenne Roth.
The five organizations sponsor-
ing this event, which celebrates 22
years of Israel's statehood, are
Radomer Mutual Society, Sephar-
dic Community of Greater Detroit,
United Jewish Social Club, Work-
men's Circle Branch 227 and Zion-
ist Revisionists. Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals will play for the
• • •
mir Aid Society will honor Sam Co-
hen, president, at the Yom Ha'Atz-
maut celebration marking Israel's
22nd year of statehood 9 p.m. Tues-
day at Cong. Beth Hillel. The affair
is on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Cohen, who has resided in Detroit
for more than 60 years, has served
as president of the Zhitomir Society
for seven years, prior to the merger
with the Birdichev-Keshenev Soci-
ety. He has been active in causes
on behalf of Israel.
A new Israeli movie will be
shown. Louis E. Levitan, Detroit
Israel Bond director, will be guest
speaker. Mrs. Ida Rosenberg is
celebration chairman, and Jacob
Resnick is vice president. Israel
will be toasted with Israeli wine,
and refreshments will be served.
Admission is free.
• • •
Arlazaroff Branch 137, Farband,
will honor Isadore Brown, who
served as president for five terms,
at a Yom Ha' Atzmaut celebration
Israeli Dance Teacher,
Fred Berk, Coming to
Detroit Next Weekend
Fred Berk, director of the Jew -
ish dance division at the 92nd
St. YMHA, New York, and a prom-
inent figure in Israeli dance, will
come to the Jewish Center May
Berk will teach one of his
dances, "Holidays in Israel," to
the Young Dan-
cers Guild of the
who will perform
it the night of
May 17 as part
of Israel Inde-
pendence Week at
the Jewish Cen-
While Berk is
here, he will conduct programs in
Israel dance for both young and
old in the community. The first
gathering will be an oneg Shabat
8 p.m. May 1 and the second, 4
p.m. May 3 at the Center. Regis-
tration will be limited. For infor-
mation, call the educational ser-
vices department, DI 1-4200.
Michigan is the nation's No. 1
PETER GILBERT, former as-
sistant district attorney of Wayne
County, has been appointed special
assistant prosecuter. His wife
Eunice is president of the Michi-
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Sholem
gan Council of CARIH (Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Brown will be honored for his
dedication to the establishment of Hospital) Presidents.
a Jewish homeland and for his
efforts on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Philip Imber, president, said
Louis Levine, a co-founder of
Now Booking .. .
Arlazaroff who has been to Is-
rael 11 times, will Ise speaker.
A movie on Israel will be a fea-
ture of the program, held in ad-
vance of the Labor Zionist move-
end his Orchestra
ment-Landsmanshaften rally hon-
oring Nathan P. Rossen as "man
for All Occasions
of the year." Rossen is a longtime
member and leader of Arlazaroff.
Refreshments and Israeli wine •
will be served at the Arlazaroff
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