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August 27, 1976 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

30 friday, August 27, 1976

Women Bond Leaders Honored

Tree is Planted
for Javits' Aide

Mane, Bus, Car and Hotel
ReServations

c'0000.14"0"cCsoc0x0JrCtoecst

Edmund Frank
& Co.

Local members of the Prithe Minister's Club and the
Ambassador's Society of Trustees, Women's Division of
4 tity, par-
Israel Bonds, were honored "for their ide1/ n
ticipation and involvement in Israel by spearheading the
vanguard of the Israel Bond campaign throughout the
world." Shown are, from left: Dolores Gordon, chair-
riam
man of the 1976 All-Israel Fashion . Show; Mi
Hamburger, Blanch Pollack, Emma Schaver, recipient
of the Prime Minister's pin; Frances Rosenzweig,
Women's Division Prime Minister chairman; Mala
Dorfman, Women's Division Ambassador's Trustees
chairman; and Esther Allan. Not pictured are Gladys
Alpert, Franka Charlupski, Women's Division chair-
man; Edythe Jackier, Emily Krinsky and Bettie Komer.

Liquidators & Appraisers

Of Household Contents and Estates

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all items tagged for your approval

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(JTA)—Friencls of Harold
Rosenthal, an aide to Sen.
Jacob Javits (R.-NY) who
was killed in the Istanbul
terror attack, planted a
tree in his memory in the
Jerusalem forest.
They were originally
scheduled to participate
with him in the academic
symposiuM at the Van
Leer Institute in
Jerusal6m. Rosenthal
was on his way to the In-
stitute when he was kil-
led.

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Walter L. Field, a De-
troit poet whose works
have had the distinction
of being printed in Heb-
rew translations in Is-
rael, had another high
honor accorded him with
the presentation of a
translation into Hebrew
of his poem, "All Honor to
Israel's Defense Forces,"
which was published in
The- Detroit Jewish News
July 23.
Abraham Regelson,
who had translated his
earlier works for Hebrew
texts printed in Israel,
was so moved with Field's
poem upon receiving the
July 23 Jewish News at
his home in Israel, that
the eminent Hebrew poet
acknowledged it with a
Hebrew translation.
In his poetic tribute - to
Zahal, the Israel defense
forces, Field had writ-
ten in part:

0'

loud;
A sick world cowered and bowed.
Israel refused to wear the shroud.
They broke their Sabbath to save a
soul—

HAL
GORDON

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The "Law" permits if life is the

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Regelson accompanied
his translation with this
.moving message to "Be-
loved Friend Walter":
"Enclosed — my heb-
raization of your poetic
reaction to the heroic re-
scue.ofJewish captives by
the bold initiative of
Zahal.
"Our sages - said: 'One

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since each language has its
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Independent Association Members

Entebbe Rescue
Song Released

WASHINGTON — Joe
Glazer, a folk singer and
labor specialist for the
U.S. Information Agency
has recently recorded his
latest composition,
"Goodbye Uganda — Is-
rael Shalom'!"
Glazer, 58, has been
writing songs for 25 years
and has already recorded
15 albums. He performs
publicly, generally billed
as "Labor's Troubadour".
Barely educated in music,
he got into singing and
composing as a result of
his years in a synagogue
choir while growing up in
Manhattan.
His many years in the
labor movement are re-
sponsible for the protest
nature of most of his
songs. However, Glazer
has also been inspired by
major news events, re-
sulting in such songs as
"The Ballad of Bobby
Fisher - and "Ping Pong
DiplomaCy".

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HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

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23057 Coolidge
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SINGERS MEAT MARKET

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, Jact Attis, Philip Swarin
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