"Dodge City" at Raleigh House
Theodor Herzl Showed
`Vision' in His Diaries
The nation's largest private catering firm, The Raleigh House
located in Southfield, was the scene of the renaming of Southfield
to "Dodge City" in honor of 6,000 Dodge dealers and wives who
were in Detroit for new model 1971 car and truck previews Sunday
through today. Above from the left during the proclamation cere-
monies were Dodge Sales Promotion Director George Booth; Dodge
Vice President and General Manager Robert B. McCurry; Southfield
Mayor Norman W. Feder, and Raleigh House General Manager Sam
Lieberman. The Raleigh House was responsible for all food and
refreshments at the week-long affair, during which more than
24,000 meals were served at three separate locations.
Girl Enrolls to Be the First Female Cantor
ices, though presumably only at
The officials said she was audi-
tioned this past spring in a unique
experience for the school officials
who supervise such auditions.
It was the first time in the 95-
year history of the school that a
woman had been auditioned.
Miss Ostfield said she had want-
ed to be a cantor since she was a
little girl. She is a student of classi-
cal music and it was her interest
in singing and music which led her
If she successfully completes the to choose the cantorate rather than
five-year program, she will be the rabbinate.
qualified to participate in serv-
School officials said that, like
'all other students, Miss Ostfield
will be qualified to serve as a stu-
The only "Preferred & Well
dent cantor as early as her first
Qualified Candidate" by the
year, if her studies are satisfac-
County Citizens League unanm-
fously endorsed by the South-
Her father is a faculty member
field Democratic Club.
at Yale University.
ELECT Daniel G.
NEW YORK (JTA)—A Connecti-
cut girl will become the first fe-
male student at the Hebrew Union
College Cantorial School here in
September in a bid to be the first
trained and accredited cantor in
Cantorial school officials con-
firmed that Barbara Ostfield of
North Haven, Conn., will be one
of 25 cantorial students at the
school during the coming academic
67th District Democrat
Editor, The Jewish News:
On the occasion of the 66th yahr-
zeit of the immortal Theodor Herzl
which we are observing today
(Tamuz 20, 5730). I wish to bring
to the attention of your readers a
remarkable statement made by
him. This statement indicated the
extraordinary vision, insight and
sensitivity of the founder of the
In his diaries Herzl recorded
that he was once asked by a
friend: "what will you do once the
Jewish state has been established?"
and his reply was "I will turn to
ion of the Negro prob-
Oak Park, Mich.
Podell to Study Congress •
Action on Anti-Nazi Center
NEW YORK (JTA)—Rep. Ber-
tram L. Podell, Democrat of
Brooklyn, has promised to study
the possibility of Congressional ac-
tion to help prevent the closing of
Simon Wiesenthal's Nazi-hunting
Documentation Center in Vienna.
In response to a letter from Harry
Evans, a New York lawyer and
friend of the center, Podell said:
"I share your concern over Mr.
Evans received a letter from
Wiesenthal informing him that
"many letters and telegrams of
protest arrived from over the
world, and only this alone can
The Austrian government has ac-
cused the Documentation Center of
being a "secret-agent" operation,
and has threatened to shut it down.
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Cantors Klein and Vieder
Cantors' Vice Presidents
Cantors Louis Klein and Larry
Vieder were elected vice presi-
dents of the Detroit Cantors and
Cantor Harold Orbach was elect-
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Gets New Lease on Life
Editor, The Jewish News:
In your July 10 issue you pub-
lished a letter from a Mr. Eric
Lind who pointed out three errors
in the Auto Club's Hebrew "Bring
'Em Back Alive!" bumper sticker.
I want to apologize for those
errors and to guarantee everyone
that next summer's stickers will
be correct (see below).
The error came about in taking
the original translation from Ber-
litz School of Languages and in
preparing it for the printer. I sim-
ply forgot my Hebrew rules of
grammar on the final Mems and
just plain made a mistake in the
Tet in Haim.
Mr. Lind said the adviser was no
expert and he is right—it's time
for me to go back to heder.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 31, •970 33
NEW YORK—For the 22nd con-
secutive summer, more than 100
senior rabbinical students of the
Lubavitcher Yeshiva in New York
will visit hundreds of Jewish com-
munities in the United States, Can-
ada, Mexico and Latin America.
These young men, most age 17-
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to four weeks of their summer
vacation for this purpose. They will
In 1.1013•ew, "Bring "Em Back
visit rabbis and Jewish communal
leaders, synagogues and educa-
tional institutions and meet thou-
sands of Jews in homes and on the About Funeral Eulogies
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special emphasis on the further-
The letter indicated that the
ance of Jewish education for the
young and will distribute and sell family attending the funeral serv-
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