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July 15, 1955 • Page Image 1

…E JEWISH NE S TI-t.e Travesty Created by Shakespeare: Ineffective Appeasement by Drama Critics A Weekly Review Editorial, Page 4 of Jewish Events . Michigan's Only English-Jewish Newspaper—InCorporating The Detroit Jewish Chronicle VOLUME 27, No. 19 27 17100 W. 7 MILE RD., Detroit 35 — July 15, 1955 The 'Perruque' and the `Shtreimel . : Our basic Traditions versus Ghetto Redivivus Commentary, Page 2 $4.00 Per Year, Single Cop...…

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…Purely Commentary The Terruque' in Jewish. Life and Law Tradition of Head-Covering and • • • Emergence of the 'Sheitel' . . . Not an Issue, but a Fact-Finding Effort. In the last few weeks, considerable discussion has been aroused by several occurrences in Jewish ranks. A proposal by the president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis that women should be ordained as rabbis, a publicly-staged Orthodox wedding, matters affecting kashru...…

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…Bavaria Seeking to Re-Open Approved Restitution Cases er, or in the relatively few instances of sales at third and fourth hand. There is hardly one of the approximately 100,- 000 _"Aryanizers," howeve r, who does not pretend to have acted in "good faith." MUNICH (JTA)—The Commit- tee on Petitions of the Bavarian Parliament has unanimously ap- proved a motion calling upon the Bavarian government to reopen restitution cases that have al- ready...…

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…THE JEWISH NEWS A Vacation with a Aril Israel Incorporating the Detroit 'Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial A..o- tiation. Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co., 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 113-9364. Subscription $4 a year, Foreign $5. - Entered as second class matter Aug. 6,...…

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…Israel BondDrive Launched Here; $122,500 Sales Honor Dr. Schwartz Report on Israel Schools Slaughter Bill Reaches U. S. Congress. in Wayne Press Book WASHINGTON (JTA)—A bill S. 1636 in the Sefiate and H.R. . A group of Detroit leaders, that can be used _fully to Dr. Joseph meeting with . xecutive vice - presi- executive dent of the Development Cor- poration for Israel, sponsoring organization for Israel Bonds, at dinner, at Knollwood Coun...…

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July 15, 1955 • Page Image 7

…Congregational Activities NORTHWEST ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE: Sabbath services at 7:45 p.m., today; at 9 a.m., Saturday. Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman will preach Saturday on "The Three Weeks of Mournership." TEMPLE ISRAEL: Sabbath services at 8:30 p.m., today; at 11 a.m., Saturday. The Bar Mitzvah of Michael Stewart Shook will be observed today and on Saturday the Bar Mitzvah of Martin Bernard Spitz will be celebrated. CONG. BNAI DAVID: Sabbath services at 7...…

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…Samuel H. Schwartz, Prominent Communal Worker, Dies at 64 Samuel H. Schwartz, of 17617 Roselawn, for 30 years an active leader in numerous communal causes here, died Tuesday eve- ning, at the age of 64. Funeral ser- vices were held at Ira Kaufman Chapel Thurs- day. Surviving him are his wife, Re- becca; son, Jul- ius, and brother, Joseph. For many years one of the S. H. Schwartz chairmen of the mercantile division of the Al- lied Jewish Campa...…

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…Egyptian ,Premier StresseS Rejection • Study Published on Ghetto Camp Of UN-Neo- otiated Israeli Peace Talks Terezin BONN, (JTA) — The official LONDON (JTA)—Egyptian Premier Gamal Abdel Nassar, speaking at Facum on the situation on the Gaza strip border, stressed the fact that although talks are now going on between Israel and Egyptian representatives in the Gaza area, they are not high-level talks. He emphasized that Egypt had rejected all p...…

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…On the Record Only Esrog Tree In United States By NATHAN Z I PRI N (Copyright, 1955, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) He Knew It All Along In a human interest piece about the late Professor Einstein, the Israeli newspaper Davar relates a story once told by the famous artist Herman Struck. • It was rather early in the morning when Struck spotted Einstein entering a bus on one of Berlin's main streets. He followed and on shaking hands with, the...…

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…Britain Continues Arming the Arabs LONDON (JTA)—The British government does not recognize the legality of the Egyptian blockade of the Suez Canal or any other waters leading to Israel ports, Anthony Nutting, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, declared in the House of Co=ons during a debate on the Egyptian shelling of the British freighter S.S. Anshun at the entrance to the Gulf of Aka- ba this week-end. The government spokesman in Commons...…

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…activities in Society . Book Is Published on Arbeiter Ring Flora Caplan Weds Charles B. Goldfarb Mr. and Mrs. Allen Passerman and children, Lori and Michael, of Tyler Ave., have returned from a visit with friends and family in Chicago, Ill. A dinner party was given in their honor at the Edgewater Beach Hotel by Mrs. Passerman's brother, Mr. Al Moss. Mrs. Maurice RoseblOom and children, Sharon and Louise, of Afton Dr., are now vacationing ...…

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…ctivities in Teachers and students at the Lithuania and resettled in Cleve- Rabbinical College of Telshe in land in 1941. Cleveland are sacrificing their Illustrious alumni of the col- summer vacations to tell the lege include. Zvi P. Frank, Chief story of the college, which is Rabbi of Jerusalem; Simcha presently conducting a $1,500,000 Assaf, Israel's Supreme Court campaign through the nation. Justice; Rabbi Meir Bar-Ilan, They will spend t...…

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…Our Letter Box Upholds Shakespeare, But Attacks 'Merchant Editor, The Jewish News: I have just finished studying the "Merchant of:Venice" in my Shakespeare class at Wayne Uni- versity with Prof. Kirschbaum, and therefore was very much in- terested in Mr. Slomovitz's com- ments on the Canadian produc- tion of this play. I am in com- plete agreement that the . play should be banned, not because it was originally written against the Jews, but b...…

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…Ex-GI Welcomes Mother Sister CHARLES GOTTLIEB, 24, a former DP recently honorably discharged from the U. S. Army, is reunited with his mother, Mrs. o Cyrla Gryncajer, 48, and sister, Fanny, 17, on their arrival. in New York from Belgium. Their immigration was assisted by United Hias Service, the Jewish international migration agency. Young Gottlieb, because he was born in Belgium, was able to come to the U. S. five years ago, while his mother...…

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…Area Resorts Offer Variety Of Activity for Vacationers ious accommodations in its re- cently-completed addition. Sports available are golf, horseback rid- ing and horseshoes. Rated as an outstanding vaca- tion place, Rosenson's offers ex- cellent facilities for rest, comfort, recreation and activity. A special attraction is the excellent food and service. Home:cooked deli- cacies are a specialty. Reserva- tions are accepted by calling Schwart...…

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…American-Israel Friendship Stressed By Ben-Gurion and U. S. Ambassador Eban . to Speak Danny Raskin 's At the U. of M. On Wednesday LISTENING TEL AVIV (JTA)—The cop- mon bOnds of friendship and his- torical development along paral- lel lines of the United States and Israel were stressed by Defense Minister David Ben-Gurion at a ANN ARBOR, Mich. — An- nouncement was made here this week that Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Abba Eban...…

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…18--DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, July 15, 1955 Ike Greets Paper On 100th Anniversary CINCINNATI — President Ei- senhower has sent his congratu- lations to the American Israelite, oldest English-Jewish weekly in America and second oldest in the world, on the occasion of its 100th anniversary. The Israelite was founded July 15, 1854, by the late Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise. President Eisenhower's • tele- gram to the editor of the Israel- ite reads:...…

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…17-HOUSES FOR SALE 17-HOUSES FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Liners accepted from responsible firms or individuals by telephone up to 11 a.m., Wednesday. Deadline for dis- play classified ads is 4:30 p.m., Tuesday. Rates 10c a word, minimum charge $1.00, or $2.80 per column inch. CALL VErmont 8-9364 13-FOR RENT-FLATS-INCOMES- APARTMENTS 10-ROOMS FOR RENT ROOM FOR RENT, stall shower, 2 in family, gentleman preferred. Refer- ences. TO....…

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…17—HOUSES FOR SALE Huntington Woods Colonial and 1/2 • Newly decorated, new carpeting and drapes, huge complete kitch., 2 car gar., lge. lot, 14x24 brick addl. carpeted rm. finished in knotty pine with lay. Near bus & schools. Excellent value, $23,500, FHA terms. WOLCOTT REAL ESTATE 708 N. WOODWARD, ROYAL OAK JO. 4-6510 LI. 6-3300 SCHAEFER, 20231, AT NORFOLK New duplex, 5 lge. rooms on one floor, only one unit for sale. Birch sliding ...…

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…UN 3 - 8282 Evenings, TO 7 - 1521 SEA WAY REALTY CO. SINGLE brick Colonial. 7 rooms, 2 lays, gas heat, carpeting, drapes, incinera- tor, automatic hot water. $14,500. 3175 Ewald Circle. Owner. TE 4-1335. Gorgeous new brick ranch house, 3 lare bedgrooms and front paneled library, breakfast nook, 2 baths, regular air conditioning, dish wash- er, garages. Asking price, $42,000. OAK PARK New brick ranch house. 6 large rooms, A.C. heat, garba...…

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…VT-HOUSES FOR SALE Friday, July 15, 1955 Huntington Woods 1 /2 10825 KINGSTON Near Schools and buses vent awnings, 12xI4 screened porch. $12,500. Owner. Open Sunday 1-5. STANSBURY PEMBROKE SEMI- MID-WEST CONTEMPORARY Built in 1953, by those outstanding builders, THE FRANKEL BROTH- ERS. Open studio type ceilings. Built in TV, Tennessee Ledge Rock fireplace, garage. $26,250. SAGINAW REALTY We specialize in Huntington TR. 3-3355 Wood...…

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…4- . :aserwir, , . 40A-WANTED, EMPLOYMENT SO-BUSINESS CARDS SCHOOL. GIRL would like baby sit- ting afternoon and evenings, UN 3-6682. 45-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RESTAURANT- DELICATESSEN Illness forces sale. Good going business, air-cond., double store, new refrig., stainless steel equip., extra lge. kitch. Seating over 160. Also doing catering bus., now grossing about $200 a week. Priced at only $11,000 for quick sale. JOSEPH ARAN, 2971...…

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…Jewish Future at Geneva (Continued from Page 1) zig-zag Jewish policy, went by unnoticed by the Russian Jewish masses. As late as 1951, in Kharkov, second city of the Ukraine, a number of prominent Jewish members of the Communist Party, including writers and editors, were accused of secret contacts with the Israeli Legation in Moscow. Mass deportations of Jews according to the familiar Soviet pattern began early in the sum- mer of 1952. Many...…

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