34—Friday, October 1, 1971
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Orthodox Leader Hits
PrOposal - to - Gather - -
NEW YORK '(.ITA) — Rabbi
Abraham Gross, president of the
Hayes B. Jacobs. author of
Beginning today, STATION WII ; Rabbinical Alliance of America.
"Writing and Selling Non-Fiction" (1090 AM) will be featuring-South .1 took sharp issue with the Syna-
and el' articles and stories in many field as Community of-the Month gogue Council of America's pro-
magazines, will be keynote Listeners will hear facts abo u t Posal in which, Jews were -asked
speaker at the 10th annual confer- the history of Southfield,.. as wel to leave the synagogue on Yom
ence on the CRAFTSMANSHIP OF as vital• statistics concerning nit y Kippur to- gather in front of the
CREATIVE WRITING. Oct. 16 at government, housing and civic or - synagogue in an expression of
solidarity with Soviet Jews.
Oakland University. Forty working ga nizat ions.
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writers will discuss their writing
Such action is "contrary to the
techniques_ during- the conference.
of the holiest day of the
Season tickets at reduced rate
co-sponsored by Detroit Women are on sale for the WAYNE year, when. Jews go to the syna-
Writers and Oakland University's STATE UNIVERSITY THEATER gogue to pray for our brethren
Division of Continuing Education. at the WSU box office in the Hil- and all of humanity," Rabbi Gross
The president of Detroit Women berry Theater lobby. "Your Ow n said.
Writers and co-chairmen of this Thing." a Bonstelle productio n
The Synagogue Council said
_ conference is MARJORIE JACK- just back from an overseas USG
that its propoial "should not be
SON LEVIN of Sherwood Ave., tour, will run 8:30 p.m. today
as a call for public
HUntington Woods. Anyone _ wish- Saturday, Oct, 8 and 9 and 2:30
rallies, -which would be a des-
ing to attend the conference may p.m. Oct. 10. Tickets also ar
High Moly Days
Call Oakland University's confer- available through the Hudson's
and is entirely out of keeping
ence department, 377.2000, ext. ticket offices.
with the sacredness of Yom
Kippur. We urge synagogues to
observe this expression of our
The OAK PARK SYMPHONY
DETROIT YOUTH THEATER SOCIETY announces the opening
awareness of the deprivation
will open its series of "Something concert for the 1971-72 season
suffered by. Soviet -Jews by
Every Saturday" with a presenta- scheduled for October 19, in the gathering silently -in front of
tion of "Mother Goose Go-Go" by auditorium of the Oak Park High
their synagogues and engaging
New York's Prince Street Players School. The orchestra is under the in silent prayer."
11 a.m. in the Detroit Institute direction of Jerome Rosen. The
The statement added "in situ-
of Arts AuditoriuM. Admission is guest artist for this opening con-
free. A ribbon-cutting ceremony cert is Gordon Staples, concert- ations -where leaving the synagogue
pose a danger of a violatior
will be held under the John R master
master of the Detroit Symphony of the 'holy day, silent prayer
St. marquee at 10:30 a.m., .and a Orchestra.
should be observed within the
celebrity party with the cast will
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follow the performance. The
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer
women's committee of the Detroit
City Theater Association will of the Oakland Branch of the sohn, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, also
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF condemned as unconscionable fir
UNIVERSITY WOMEN will be Synagogue Council proposal. He
a 0 a
The ROGER WAGNER CHOR held Oct. 13 through Oct. 15, at declared that nothing must inter-
rupt prayer and meditation on
ALE, widely regarded as Amer- Harvard Row Shopping Center.
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the holiest of days.
ica's finest singirig group, will
appear here this season during its
The OAK PARK CIVIC CHORUS
annual North American tour ar- is beginning another season. Con-
ranged by noted impressario S. , ducting this group, for the fourth
Hurok. The Chorale is scheduled ' year, is conductor, arranger and
to perform at the Masonic audi- composer Charles Weiner. Singers
may contact Marian Bates, 968-
torium Saturday, Oct. 16.
1074, or attend chorus rehearsals,
A major remodeling and expan
8 p.m. each Monday in the sion program of its downtown De
Our NEW location NOW OPEN
Oak Park High School choir room. trait showrooms is in progreis
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announced Ivan M. Scholnick
Aohmale Diamond, & oretry
Jerear & 4lark Itypalriwo
Garelick's Gallery, 1459 S. Wood- president of SCHOLNICK'S, one
ward. Birmingham, has inaugurat- of Detroit's leading men's wear
Suite 364 Advance Bldg.
23077 Greenfield at 9 Mile
ed its 22nd season with a - group clothiers. The showrooms on Wash-
(313) 557-1860 -
show, "NEW ACQUISITIONS," ington Blvd. at Grand River will
paintings, drawings, graphics and be transformed into an exclusive
sculpture, running through Oct. 9. men's club, utilizing rich oak pan-
a a a
eling and thick antique leathers.
"Scholnick's has been an integral
The Studio Company of Oakland
part of the downtown Detroit busi-
University's Academy of Dramatic ness
scene for over half .a cen-
Art will open its first full season tury and we plan to remain here,"
in its new Studio Theater with
Scholnick. The remodeling
Harold Pinter's THE CARE- stated
activities are expected to be coal
TAKER, Oct. 7 through 9 and Oct. pleted by mid-October. Business
13 through 16.
continuing as usual during altera-
Color field abstractions by AL-
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BERT STADLER will be shown
To help the Pontiac area United
at the Gertrude Kasle Gallery in Fund
officially kick off its 1971
the- Fisher Building, Oct. 9
campaign today, the PONTIAC
through Nov. 3.
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TION has designated this as "Pon-
The songs and dances of the tiac Mall United Fund Pacesetter
remote valleys of the Austrian Day." Highlighting the event will
Alps will come to the stage of the be a special all-day sale- of store
Masonic Auditorium Oct. 9, with merchandise, with proceeds going
the first visit of "TYROLERFEST!" directly to this year's Pontiac
Area United Fund campaign. Op-
tometrist PAUL C. FEINBERG is
t The 16th Semi Annual ANTIQUE organizer of the event and chair-
SHOW and Sale opens Oct. 15 in man of the Pontiac Mall PAUF
the Community Arts Building at drive.
the Michigan State Fairgrounds,
Woodward and Eight Mile Roads.
DORCHEN & SERLIN ARCHI-
, Children under 14 (with parents), TECTS, a new firm, has been es-
tablished at 10460 W. Nine Mile,
Oak Park.. A. Samuel Dorchen
was a senior staff architect with
EXPECTING OUT OF , TOWN GUESTS
Albert Kahn Associates, Inc.
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVA?
Arnold F. Serlin was 'an associ-
ate and held the position of secre-
tary with Leon _ ard G. Siegal As:
20500 JAMES COUZENS
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(8 Mile I, Greenfield—Across from Northland)
DICK' STEIN has opened a new
Call 342-3000 For the Finest-Accommodations
ington Woods, to accommodate
COMPLIMENTARY 'CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
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Try Our Barber Shog
He offers four 'bands led by' Dick
Dine at the SCOTCH & SIRLOIN. RESTAURANT
Jeep Smith, Moddi. McAlis-
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JNF's Magic Blue-White
'AAvibrrit symbol of the:Jewish imieled'the --,ghettoes;.*iany'a -blue=
National Fund is a small;blue-and- and-Nizhite bok: was :found intact,
white collection hex. It is the talis- still jingling with the \coins of
man of the fund,
Zienists tell of its presence in a
merit arm "Of the
Jewish home in Iceland, in- Rhodes-
Work• Zionist Or-
ian jungles, near the- tomb "of
Queen Esther of Kushan, the an- -
- This rectangu-
dent- capital of Persia=-even-in -a
village of Jewish Indians" in
has played,• and
still does, a
The blue box has considerable
ent role in the upbuilding .of land educational value. Children are
rthat has known centuries of neg- among the most enthusiastic voliin
lect, land - that was sunbaked, teers for collection campaigns- and
eroded and malaria-infested..
competition is ...rife to see which
The idea of the blue-white box youngster can fill his =container
originated in 1902 in a letter re- most quickly.
ceived by the editorial office of the
World Zionist Organization's lour-
The success of "FRULA," the
nal—"Die Welt." The writer was a Yugoslav Folk Dance-Ensemble
Mr. Kleinman of Nadworna, a coming-to the Masonic Auditoriuth
small town in Eastern Galicia. In Sunday, 3 p.m., Oct. 17 -is due
part it read:
to the constant attention of the
"After hearing the decision of group's foundei-director Drago-
the Zionist Congress to establish slay Dzadzevic. Dzadzevie makes
the Keren Keyemeth Leisrael, I semi-annual pilgrimages through
decided to do something practical Yugoslavia's six Republics, audi-
to carry out the idea of redeeming tioning the very best young sing-
the land with 'penny after penny.' ers, dancers. and musicians. To
I made a special box with the keep the spirit of Frula high, he
name 'National Fund' on it and usually chooses performers be- •
set it in a prominent place in my tween ages 12 to '28.
office. The results so far have
been encouraging. I would, there-
fore, suggest that others collect
contributions for the Keren Kaye-
meth in this way."
Beginner groups of all ages.
The idea spread and soon make-
Mift containers began to appear in
:h* cities - and villages of Eastern
and Central Europe. In 1904, Jo-
hann Kremenezki, the first director
For an Evening of
of the Jewish National Fund, chose
Superb Entertainment . .
an official design and the first of
these boxes was placed by Theodor
For Your Bar ACtiva or
Herzl in his library.
Weikonss, etc- . . .
Crushed and charred boxes have
been found in the ruins of the
ghettos of Nazi Europe, and Jew-
ish soldiers in the Allied armies
carried them in their knapsacks.
Prisoners in detention camps in
Cyprus put coins in home-made
blue boxes awaiting the day they
could turn them in to the Jewish
National Fund when they reached
Israel. Tiny Jewish communities
and even individual families as far
apart as Iceland, Japan and the in-
ferior of the .South American jun-
gle have managed to obtain blue
boxes and poit their contents.
When Nazi guns pounded the
ghettoes of Eastern and Central
Europe, there was the blue-and-
white box standing out in bold
relief in battered rooms and meet-
For Good -Phiiteerogiles .
Mid PretinOt.SerViatt- _
ing halls. Long after the guns had
- :Cali Mn
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