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September 19, 1975 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Learning Chinese Easy Task
for Detroiter in Diplomatic Role

Bond Tribute Will Honor Literary Scholar Feinberg

Charles Feinberg, philan-
thropist and specialist on
19th Century American lit-
erature, will be honored by
Pisgah Lodge of Bnai Brith
at an Israel Bond Tribute
Dinner Oct. 18 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
An early childhood inter-
est in American literature
has brought him acclaim as
an outstanding authority on
Whitman, Emerson, Tho-
reau, Melville and Haw-
thorne. He has served an
honorary consultant on

RABBI S.ZACHARIASH

As a Phi Beta Kappa
lecturer, Feinberg has
toured universities
throughout the world on a
professional basis, and
proceeds from his lectures
are channeled directly to

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Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

557-9666

Births

Sept. 12—To Dr. and Mrs.
Donald Rochen (Phyllis
Been), 22495 Ivanhoe Ln.,
Southfield, a son, Douglas
Adam.
* * *
Sept. 10—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Rosenfeld (Carol En-
gelberg), 12941 Lincoln,
Huntington Woods, a
daughter, Alison Sheli.

RABBI DR. LEO

G OLDMAN

Expert Mohel

Serving Hospitals and Homes

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CANTOR SIDNEY

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RUBE

Sept. 1—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Berman (Linda
Goodis), 313 Park, Royal
Oak, a daughter, Sari Jo.

Certified Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

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Program for 244-5 yr. olds.
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Jewish content

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557-7629

Walt Whitman Studies to
the Library of Congress
since 1969.
Feinberg was awarded
honorary degrees from
Wayne State University,
Albion College and South-
ern Illinois University; and
was elected to the Hebrew
University Board of Gover-
nors in 1970.

Siete Liceesed — limited Erellemat

557-5132 398-7850

Al Naftals & Sonia Popowski's
Yiddishe Shtunde—"Yiddish Lehr
The Original Jewish Radio Hour on WIID
Dial 1090 AM
every Friday from 9-10 a.m.

Memories of years ago with a
present day approach

Music-News-Comments

Yiddish Music from
one of the largest
private collections
in America from past
to present. Enjoy the
Traditions of Yiddishkeit.

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He is also on the National

The petite French house-
wife, a German by birth,
w'ho as a self-proclaimed
Nazi hunter has caused a
former West German chan-
cellor international embar-
rassment by slapping him in
public and exposing his Nazi
past, today begins a brief
U.S. tour which includes
Detroit to publicize her
book, "Wherever They May
Be."
Originally published in
French in 1972, this Van-
guard Press-published En-
glish edition details Mrs.
Klarsfeld's mission to bring
untried Nazi criminals to
justice.
Aside from the slapping
of former West German
Chancellor Kurt-Georg Kie-
singer, the book details the
drive to prevent Ernst Ach-
enbach from sitting on the
European Economic Com-
munity's board, her arrests
for causing public disturb-
ances and other related inci-
dents.

Within the last year she
has been arrested at the
Arab League annual meet-
ing, in Rabat, Morocco,
for distributing pamphlets

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(1 week only, Sept. 22-27)

School & Dress Up Clothes
Sleepwear & Accessories — Jeans, Jeans, Jeans!!!

FOR JUST US GIRLS SIZES 4-6X and 7-14

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24901 Northwestern Hwy. at 10 Mile
122 Heritage Plaza
Southfield, 357-1123

MON. FRI.

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SAT.

10:30-4:30
10:00 to 2:30

Torch ■ Silverman & Thelma Stalburg

Chinese in its written
form has more than 2,000
characters, but that hasn't
prevented Jan Berris from
learning to speak and write
the language.
A native Detroiter, living
in New York, Miss Berris is
program director for the
National Commission for
U.S.-China Relations. It is
an organization which han-
dles trade and business,
scientific and cultural ex-
changes between the two
countries.
Miss Berris is involved
with the last of these — cul-
tural exchanges. In her job
she handles the hospitality

CHARLES FEINBERG

Advisory Board of Notre
Dame.
Hy Kalus, noted Israeli
actor, director and producer
will be featured at the din-
ner.

JWV Denies
Endorsement

Department of Michigan,
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States of America,
recently issued a statement
claiming that the circular
reading "Henry Moran for
mayor of Oak Park" with
the caption "Jewish War
Veteran" does not reflect
any endorsement by the
group. Moran was elimi-
nated in last week's primary
election.

A leadership reception,
which will precede the din-
ner, will be held at the
Southfield home of Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Weinstein on
Thursday. For reservations,
call the Bond office,
968-0200.

Self-Proclaimed Nazi Hunter;
Beate Klarsfeid Promotes Book

GET ACQUAINTED SALE

All Merchandise

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Feinberg is a long-
standing member of the
Bnai Brith Pisgah Lodge,
and also contributes to the
Allied Jewish Campaign
and the Lubavitchers.

4\Tew Uenceittioirt

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the Charles Feinberg
Foundation.

Some of his awards in-
clude: Detroit Probus Club
Brotherhood Award, Distin-
guished Citizen Award by
the Detroit Historical So-
ciety and Distinguished
Service Award by the Walt
Whitman Birthplace Asso-
ciation.
Feinberg has authored
"Notes on Whitman Collec-
tions and Collectors" which
is filed in the Library of
Congress. In addition, he
was co-editor of the Walt
Whitman Review and
penned "A Whitman Collec-
tor Destroys a Whitman
Myth."
Feinberg was responsible
for organizing the first Jew-
ish Vocational Service in
Detroit as a result of his in-
volvement in vocational
guidance.

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Friday, September 19, 1975 35

end for visiting Chinese de-
legations. When the Chinese
ping pong team visited the
U.S., she helped arrange
accommodations.

Associated with the
commission since 1971,
Miss Berris had ample
training for her job. She
earned a BA degree in Far
Eastern studies, specializ-
ing in Chinese, at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and
later earned her master's
degree specializing in Jap-
anese. Following gradua-
tion she did research on
Chinese.

Prior to her association
with the commission, she
was a foreign service officer
with the State Department.
She had intensive training
in the Chinese language and
was stationed in Hong Kong
for two years.
She joined the commis-
sion upon her return from
Hong Kong.

LEONARD & GLORIA
BROZBOLD
Stuart & Lisa
wish all their family and
friends a very happy
New Year

.

MR. & MRS. HY GOODMAN

wish their family and friends

a happy, healthy New Year

Less and Marcia Weiner & Sons
of Teck Cleaners

13841 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park
wish all their family, friends

and customers a healthy, happy

New Year

BEATE KLARSFELD

MR. and MRS. JEROME WEISMAN
NEAL, ELISA and Cary

urging the Arabs to let
Israel live in peace."

She earlier gained inter-
national prominence when
she attempted to abduct
Nazi war criminal Kurt Lis-
chka and bring him to jus-
tice in France.
In 1971, she launched al-
most singlehandedly a cam-
paign to catch and arrest
"the Butcher of Lyons," ex-
SS captain Klaus Barbie,
who had fled to Peru, then
Bolivia. Released from jail
several months ago, he is
now free in Bolivia — living
as. Klaus Altmann — be-
cause no extradition treaty
existed with France and
because Bolivian law exo-
nerates citizens of crimes
committed more than eight
years before apprehension.
On her eight-city tour
Mrs. Klarsfeld will stop off
in Detroit Sept. 28 and 29. A
reception will be held in her
honor. A planning commit-
tee for the reception is
headed by Mrs. Anne Bar-
nett, who can be reached by
calling 354-3091.

wish their friends and family
a year filled with health
and happiness

THE FAIGIN'S

Frieda and Henry

Wish All Our Relatives and Friends

1VilZ PI MVO 1.12V5

Muy at of you be inscribed for a Hoppy, Healthy New Year

Touro
College

New York, N.Y.

extends its sincere
Best Wishes
For A

SHANA TOVA

To Its Many Contributors,

Radomer Aid
Sets Meeting

Radomer Aid Society will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter.
Final plans will be made
for the Simhat Torah dinner
party to be held Sept. 30. A
social hour, with refresh-
ments, will follow.

Friends & Students in
'the Greater Detroit Area

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Rabbi Joseph L. Shuchatowitz

Director, Detroit Regional Office
26555 Evergreen Road, Suite 618
Southfield, Michigan 48076

358-5353

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