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September 15, 1950 • Page Image 15

… pro- Irwin Arkin, had been in an fessional staff in all the theater auto accident . . . and was in arts. the University of Michigan Hos- The directorial staff will be pital ... We all packed our bags…

… Business Dinners BILL BORENSTEIN, being Of MILAN WINERIES. DETROIT. MICHIGAN no use as a watchmaker to the For Reservations TR 5-5100 Merchant Marine, was thereby installed as a cook and baker during the…

… gotten together on the dates for their respective Yom Kippur Dances . . . both scheduled for the night of Sept. 21 . . The affair in Windsor, sponsored by the Junior Hadas- sah of that city, will be held…

… in the Shaar Hashoma yim Syna- gogue, corner Giles Blvd. and Goyeau St. . . . There is defi- nitely no need for same dates being used by organizations .. . The many campaigns to abolish this sort of

… thing is strictly in the interests of the parties in- volved. * * * CHILDREN'S DEPT. . . . No- ticing that little Joan was strug- gling with an ear of corn, her mother, Mrs. Harold Wisper, offered to cut…

… to clear up criticism di- rected toward his so-called "ridicule" of our ipeople by some of the jokes he tells .. . Jackie has never ignored the fact that he is Jewish \. . . "98 per cent of the people…

… who see me perform know that I am Jewish," says' the fast-rising comedian, "and I'm pround to be one!" JACKIE LUNCHED with Wal- ter Klein, assistant director of the Je sh Community Council, Julius…

of ma- terial he uses . . . His consci- entiousness in the matter has long ago resulted in his discard- ing of several jokes and quips which he himself felt were in- jurious from a ridiculing stand…

… take place at the Tuller Hotel Sun- day, with registration at 9:30 a.m. Sessions start at 10 a.m., and each institute will be held for two periods of two and one- half hours each. All presidents…

…, financial and recording secretaries, treasurers and lodge deputies, and chair- men of the following commit- tees will participate: Anti-De- famation League, Bnai Brith Youth Organization, bowling and…

December 15, 1950 • Page Image 2

… Center University of Michigan laid the Symphony Orchestra, under the cornerstone of its new building to carry them through the fear ing and mass canvassing for the and suffering in it," Lelyveld NEW YORK…

…Jewish Periodical eeml Friday, December 15, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 2 Beethoven Fete U of M Hillel F oundation Lays Building Slated at Center Cornerstone of New "Someone must give…

… young Histadrut Drive 800 Leaders Gathers Speed to Attend The Hillel Foundation of the In commemoration of Beethov- men and women meaning in life Plans for intensified campaign- en's 180th birthday the…

… — (WNS) —More direction of Julius Chajes, will last Sunday at a dedication cere- stated, adding that Hillel must be Histadrut campaign were mapped mony highlighted by a speech out at a meeting of the…

… executive than 800 Jewish leaders will at- by Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld, "a powerhouse of the Jewish tend the National Conference of spiritual values and traditions board last Sunday. national Hillel director…

… that pre-campaign to 17, it was announced by Wil- of the state had come to Ann through the values Hillel gives soliciting brought in $16,000 and liam Rosenwald, Rudolph G. Arbor to celebrate the…

…. dressed by Abraham Dickenstein, sponsibility toward the contem- Rabbi Herschel Lymon is U. ror of a world war, and perhaps at the Book-Cadillac Hotel is ex- plated emigration of 200,000 of M. Hillel

…. M. Morris The final sessions of the Beth will hold a joint breakfast and Hadassah mothers and their the Mrs. David J. Levy, Max Osnos, Michigan region of the Zion- Abraham Religious School for meeting…

… the affair plementation. the Jewish Social Service Bureau children for the new term, should minister of agriculture will open and we hope many Hadassah The Michigan region's project a school for…

… beginning them tho entire community of preliminary reports from division Sonneborn and Rabbi Jonah B. of construction of the building. mankind." chairmen reveal that many con- Wise, national chairman of the…

December 15, 1950 • Page Image 4

… story which can hard- Foundation at the University of Michigan. This occasion calls ly be believed by civilized beings to mind the role of Hind's work at this university and 200 others are difficult to…

…. His e health of old and young. More than 450,000 Israelis are covered book was published in Munich in thee the health A New Hillel House Goes Up by Ilistadrut's Kupat Holim (Sick Fund). All immigrants…

… recommended for people with a An academic convocation at Lane Hall last Sunday initiated weak nervous system. The sordid The Author Says: the construction of the new home for the Bnai Brith Hillel details of a…

… and ideals of Hillel have found a warm echo in the hearts Judging from all our informa- the ranks f Bn articles in the Jewish Chronicle by several tion, Kogon's report is as objec- of series recent The…

… sentiment. a Jewish renaissance books. The author of the present such reports. There is hardly a public willing to buy Jewish The relevancy of the Hillel program cannot be over- Congress Weekly, has just page…

… at least a few. J. Lelyveld, national director of the Bnai Brith Hillel Founda- and Joseph Gaer that there is no in Hebrew literature, as well as In the final analysis this book tion, who gave the main…

…. pared with the sales of books of Jews buy books of Jewish con- sorry bunch of men who consid- Hillel is trying to help the Jewish student to find these general interest, and discovered tent but that books…

… Rabbi Hershel Lymon, director of the Michigan cant Jewish books which ap- and find themselves unable to do Kogon affirms every little detail. foundation, and with the unstinting support of the Jewish…

… is critical. Kupat Holim is included in Detroit's By RABBI MAX KAPUSTIN German concentration camps and which is now under way. drive Wayne University Hillel Director the system behind them is not…

… stomach. How- throughout this country, Canada, Cuba and at the Hebrew er, the book ought to be required University in Jerusalem. reading for the statesmen of the e back on almost a The Ann Arbor Foundation…

December 15, 1950 • Page Image 8

… ning of construction of the new XPERT Organization of America. their new home on Marlowe ave. details. $350,000 Hillel Foundation at the The groom received his Ph.D. A number of originals were University

of Michigan. in economics at Columbia and is Joseph Franovitz and Al Syner done completely in subdued • • • ATERING now doing research work at have returned from a short stay tones such as beige, gray…

… Miss Trig- ing secretary; Ben B. Woil, corre- of Wayne University and Mr. man Weinberg, to Naomi Miller, dena avenue is visiting her chil- ere's use of tissue-sheer wool in sponding secretary; and Max…

…American 5ewish Periodical Celt Friday, December 15, 1950 DETROIT JEWISH CHRONICLE Page 8 gn the Nealm of Local Society Wed at Shaarey Zedek Society notes Mrs. Esther Gantz of Northlawn…

… avenue is spending the winter months with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sher in Miami Beach. r - Back From Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Payson of Chicago boulevard have re- turned…

… from a week visit in New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Max of Lawrence avenue have left for an extended trip to Los Angeles where they will visit their daugh- ter and son-in•law, Mr. and Mrs. Morey Sein…

…, and Mr. fond Mrs. Arthur Rycus and Mr. and Mrs. George Rycus, all former De- troiters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Ellen- son of Boston boulevard have left for a month's sojourn in Miami Beach, where they…

… will visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Z. Kraft of Sheridan avenue. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT K. WERBE • Mrs. Louis Nowend of Long- • • fellow avenue is recovering at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Finkel of

… Warrington drive announce the home from a leg fracture which marriage of their daughter, Maxine Dorene, to Robert Kenneth occurred Nov. 27. Werbe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Werbe of Atkinson avenue. MRS. JULES…

… DONESON The ceremony took place Nov. 12 at the Sheraton Hotel. The • • • Mrs. Samuel Lipsitt has re- bride wore a gown of lace over ice-blue satin. She carried white Ann Jeannette Saulson, daughter of Mrs…

December 15, 1950 • Page Image 15

… make,". said Rabbi Arthur J. LelyVeld; na- tional director of Hillel, in key- noting a program Dec. 10 in celebration of the building of the new University of Michigan Hillel House. - "Hillel must be a…

… NEWS---15 Friday, December 15, 1950 Michigan Bnai Brith Celebrates Ann Arbor Hillel Dedication "We are imposing on the young, all the difficulty and horror of a world, and perhaps a war, they did not…

… traveled from all - parts of Michigan to attend the ceremonies which were dedicat- ed to Human Rights Day. In commemoration of. the Festival of Lights, a giant candelabra was used to retell the story of the…

… rededication of the first Jewish Temple. The new Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation will be completed next September. Under the di- rection of Rabbi Herschel Ly- mon, the new building will house facilities for social…

…. Emory Monash of the Youth Cantor Substitutes Employment Service and Mrs. R. Due to illness, Dr. Max Helf- C. Mueller of-the Michigan Con- man, Brandeis Camp music di- sumers League. rector, was unable to…

…. Fred Schild of Wisconsin Ave. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Cohn of Oak Drive. are visiting in Miami Beach. Herbert Grayson, who attends Northwestern University, is spending his•vacation with his parents, Mr…

December 15, 1950 • Page Image 20

…. Hilde- brand was invited to Detroit by several university groups, in- cluding Wayne Hillel Founda- tion. • Protests Force Cancellation of - Former Nazi Actor's Appearance Direct JTA Teletype Wire to…

…!" They do. cause the room was WO crowd, ed. The pose becanie the "Show . Discuss Auto School For Israel at Regional _Zionist Meeting, Jan. 7 Morris M. Jacobs, president of , the. Michigan Region of the…

… Zi- • onist Organization of America, has announced an important ex- , ecutive board meeting on Jan. ri at the Belorest Hotel.'. Plans for the Michigan Re- am* gion's Automotive Training School in…

… should be mobilized for a "moral of- fensive" against it. Dr. Hildebrand, who was in- troduced by Prof. George Lech- ler of Wayne University, an an- thropologist who fled Nazi Ger- many after refusing to…

…- "millIPPIMPT : 111.11W ' The Story of a Man Who Couldn't Hake a Mistake . NEW YORK, (AJP)—The little sage who rose, like his name, from the Lower East Side's pov- erty-stricken sidewalks to the…

… heights of a million dollars—and then some—placed aside his trusted typewriter last week and called quits to the penning of a column which appeared regular- ly since 1946 in more than 2500 newspapers…

… throughout t h e world. Failing health and the heavy responsibilities of administrat- ing a virtual show business,em- pire, little Billy Rose announced, teamed up to cause the liter- ary cancellation. Rose…

… writing. His first hit was "Barney Google," the zany ditty that sold 1,000,000 copies. Since then Rose has penned more than 400 songs 50 of which were smash hits, But Rose's most famous pro- duction arid…

… pet project is his famous Diamo nd Horseshoe night club which, along with Radio City Music Hall, is the undisputed tourist draw in Gotham. He was paid $175,000 by a leading movie company for the use of

… the name as a film title. Writing columns, however, came as a> unexpected sideline. "Pitching Horseshoes," On April 1, 1946, Rose started -a Rose's column, was another in series of paid advertisements a…

June 15, 1951 • Page Image 1

… cornerstone-laying ceremonies of the new building of the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation and Beth Israel Community Center at the University of Michigan. The event is open to the public. U. S. Senator Blair Moody…

… Detroit Bnai Brith Council this Saturday. Story on page 2). - The events of the day will commence with a luncheon of the Michigan Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at the Allenel Hotel and will be followed by…

… building. The beginning of the fulfillment of the aspiration for a building adequately to serve the needs of the nearly 2,000 Jewish students at the University of Michigan will be solem- nized Sunday, at a…

…. of M. president; Prof. Wil- liam Haber, member of National Hillel Commission; Albert Friedman; president, Hillel Student Council; Osias Zwerdling, president, Beth Israel Community Center; Ben Paul…

… Brasley, law class of '06, donor of $50,000 towards the Hillel building fund; Irvin I. Cohn, vice-president, and Louis H. Schostak, secretary, Hillel Corporation. (Senator Moody will address the Greater…

…HEBREW: The Instrument for Jewish Survival THE JEWISH NEW A Weekly Review of Jewish Events Read Commentator's Column on Page VOLUME 19—NO. 14 5 Days • Left to Help Make Success Of Allied…

… Jewish Campaign MAKE YOUR PLEDGE TODAY ! 708 David Stott Bldg.—Phone WO. 5-1155 Detroit, Mich., June 15, 1951 i*Ma).7 $4.00 Per Year; Single Copy, 10c Israel Acclaims, Arabs Protest Resumption of

… Huleh Drainage rect JTA Teletype Wires to The Jewish News UJA Sponsors Film Of Israel Settlers The moving and human story of the arrival of new settlers in Israel is being • unfolded in "Tent City…

…," the film that is being shown under the auspices of the United Jewish Appeal. On the left is the film's hero, Moshe, and his grandfather. Below are Moshe and his tent-mate, Egon, formerly of Germany…

…, Funds for their transportation are gathered by the UJA, major beneficiary in Detroit of the Allied Jewish Cam- paign. . JERUSALEM—No incidents were reported during re- sumption, on Tuesday, of the Huleh…

June 15, 1951 • Page Image 1

…. Malik, it was reported by change of this land for other the cornerstone to the new building of Bnai Brith Ilillel Founda- the N. Y. Times, said in a press tion at the University of Michigan at 3 p…

… by Dr. Alexander Ruthven, U of M. president; Prof. William will establish between us (the York, Syria protested formally Haber for the Hillel Commission; Albert Friedman for the stu- Arabs) and Israel…

… Schallermair engaged in Department of Michigan Jewish will use all possible means to Union noted that the "end of the the beastiality of personally War Veterans Auxiliary, as presi- prevent any effort in this…

… Campaign eluding "Lake Michigan" in the Henry Wineman, honorary chairman of the The author was awarded the Bobbs-Merrill series on t h e finances. $1,000 Annisfield Wolf award, 1951 Allied Jewish Campaign…

… certain that all the Michigan Consolidated Gas Co novel "original and refreshing" neighbors," Wineman said, "on one man's asking gifts will be enough to do the total job of Jewish the book's 200 pages and…

…. Riley, UN chief of staff. The announcement was hailed4'— in Israel as a vindication of the Israel. In a note to the Security government's policy which had Council the Syrian delegation been bitterly…

… criticized by both I pointed out that the Council's left-wing and right-wing opposi- resolution of May 18 calling for tion parties. suspension of the drainage Work on the Huleh project project had covered the…

… entire! BEIRUT, Lebanon — (Spe- was resumed Monday after a zone, irrespective of the owner- cial)—"In the case of war, the five-thy stoppage. It will be ship of land." confined, however, to Jewish- defense…

of the Middle East Gen. Riley's statement, owned land in the demilitarized note continued, was a move be. will be regarded as a whole," zone along the Syrian border. yond his authority and might…

… according to Dr. Charles Ma- Gen. Riley stated that nego- prejudice a "fair and equitable lik, chairman of the Human tiations would be continued to solution." Rights Commission of the arrange the sale of

June 15, 1951 • Page Image 2

…Senator Moody Speaks Saturday At Bnai Brith Council's Rally 2 — THE JEWISH NEWS Friday, June 15, 1951 Michigan Leaders Active in Project For U. of M. Hillel "Important tasks face us in Greater…

… ptesent this Saturday evening at Tem- Prominent Michigan leaders ple Israel at our first rally of are active in the Michigan Hillel the year under the management Commission which has under- of the new…

… miracle will be complete—not alone for the State of Israel but also for the People Israel. Zwerdling I. I. Cohn taken to assure the construction of the new U. of M. Hillel build- ing-, the cornerstone of

…. Hillel one- story red-brick building, de- signed by Theodore Rogvoy of Detroit, assisted by Max Abram- owitz of New York, United Na- tions Building - Architect, will also house the Beth Israel Com- munity…

… elected their delegates to the Congress . . How- ever, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver is reported in the Israeli press as de- claring that he approves of the decision of the General Zionists in Israel .. . Leading…

… appeared on the King's Honor List are: Emman- uel Mizrachi Pasha, legal advi- sor to the Administrator of the Royal Private Estates and Prof. Jacob Bitschai, Professor of Ur- ology at the Ibrahim University

… administration." Two Jews Receive Egyptian Honor, 'Order of the Nile' . JAMES N. LAKER 8:30, at Temple Israel, 17400 Manderson. James N. Laker, newly-elected president. of the Council, has is- sued an…

… invitation to all Bnai Brith members—affiliates of the men's, women's and y out la groups—to attend the rally and to hear plans that are being formulated for the coming year by the new administration. Mr…

…, who was also honored recently with a Papal decoration. Both men were made officers of the Order of the Nile. Haifa Chapter, ZOD, Elects Seymour Kraus Its President Haifa Chapter, of the Zionist…

… Organization of - Detroit, elected the following officers at a re- cent meeting: Seymour Kraus, president; Paul Natkin, Mrs. Seymour Kraus and Ben Bayer, vice-pres- idents; Dr. George Charnas, treasurer; Mrs…

June 15, 1951 • Page Image 4

…That's a Destroying Hand, Sir! As the Editor Views the News . • . Hillel at U. of M. Cornerstone-laying ceremonies for the new Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation Building at the University of Michigan

… at Ann Arbor, to • take place on Sunday afternoon, marks the fulfillment of . a great need and *a worthy ambition of eminent leaders throughout the state. Hillel has been handicapped by the dis- tance…

of its headquarters from the campus. The new location will make it possible for the hundreds of Jewish students to become more actively integrated in the Hillel activi- ties. Detroit leaders have…

… played an important role in the gathering of funds, in the selection of the site and in the completion of plans for the new building. They and their associate representatives from many Michigan cities are…

… admiration for a man -who defied dangers to assert the principles of justice. THE JEWISH NEWS Member: American Association of English-Jewish News- Papers, Michigan Press Association. Published every Friday…

… to be congratulated on the realization of this inspiration, Menace of Mapam Mapam's extreme platform, adopted at last week's session in Tel Aviv, is an indica- tion of a growing menace to Israel…

…'s position. The Jewish state's effort to stay neutral in the face of unchanging world conditions is imperiled by the rash acts of attempting to pledge the Jewish workers to a pro-Russian attitude. While Mapam…

… is a minority in Israel, and can not possibly attain a position of dominance, the information regarding the resolutions adopted by its conference may serve to prejudice the minds of Americans. Jews…

… strength lies only in a sector of the country —in a portion of the collective settlements. It is the democracy of Israel that makes pos- sible the existence of such extremism in her midst. Honor to a Hero…

… On Aug. 22, 1942, Jules Cardinal Saliege of the Cathedral of St. Etienne, Toulouse, France, issued a manifesto which was read on a Sunday morning by all priests in his diocese and has since become…

June 15, 1951 • Page Image 13

… graduation of their son, Dr. Milton Superstine, from the University of Michigan Dental School, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Superstine, of 2441 Ful- lerton Ave., will hold o p e n house from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, June…

… Methodist. do, O., student at Michigan State Observed Rabbi Friedman: "Of College, received the first an- the several hundred students n u a 1 award for outstanding who have taken the three cours- achievement…

…- ligion, in the presence of Rabbi Northwest W omen Alfred L. Friedman, of Cong. hold Installation Lunch Shaarey Zedek, Lansing, also di- rector of the Bnai Brith Hillel An installation luncheon, of

… 11 Father's Day Picnic Outing announce t h e t: winner of the Cub Pack 554, of the Boy w e e k vacation Scouts of America, sponsored by two at the the Department o.f Michigan Mrs. Baskin l Biltmore…

of Hadassah during its 1951 - 52 season. Group presidents include: top row, from the left, Mesdames HERMAN POPKIN, University West; SAMUEL GRANDON, Central West; I. JEROME HAUSER, Sherwood; SAMUEL YURA…

… president; ARTHUR WO- NER, South Oakland County. Mrs. Martin Cowan, president of Central East, was not present when the picture was taken. r At Hadassah's recent installa- tion meeting at Franklin Hills…

… bond chairman, announced that $172,000 in Israel bonds have been sold to date. Methodist Student Wins First MSC Jewish Studies Award Contest Margaret Shenefield, of Tole- f Miss Shenefield is a…

… in the field of Jew- es offered in the field of Jewish ish Studies at MSC. Studies at MSC a slight major- The recipient is a senior in ity have been Christian stu- the division of social sciences…

…. dents. A tremendous reservoir T h e award, consisting of a of good will has been one of check and certificate, was pre- the by-products." sented by Dr. Harry H. Kimber, head of the department of re…

…- through the Williams S. Rosen- ernoon at the baum Memorial Foundation of Ye Olde Wayne Barbarossa Lodge, Knights of Club. Pythias, Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Max Kasoff, co- JWV's Cub Pack to Hold chairman, w i…

May 15, 1953 • Page Image 27

… ZIMMERMAN, 11501 Turken and the -late Jack Tur- Michigan, he received his medi- Petoskey, died May 6. Services ken announce the double un- of a monument in her memory cal degree from Northwestern at 1 p…

… director of Hillel. bi Wohlgelernter will officiate. daughter, Mrs. Anna Weitz and 1'7, at Chesed shel Emes Ceme- He is survived by his wife, Relatives and friends are asked a sister. tery. Rabbi Goldman…

… depth). * * * and two great grandchildren. A graduate of Western High * * * The family of the late Tillie * * The families of the late Sam Moses announces the unveiling School and the University of LOUIS…

….m., Sunday, May 17, at at Ira Kaufman Chapel. He veiling of monuments in their University., At Ann Arbor, he leaves his son, Herman W.; memory at 1 p.m., Sunday, May Chesed shel Emes Cemtery. Rab- was student…

… physician, Rabbi. Rabinowitz will officiate. nouncements must be accompanied by Ira Kaufman Chapel. He leaves the name and address of the person his son, Irving L.; a brother, making the insertion. There Is a…

… standard Relatives and friends are asked died on May 5. Funeral services of S2. for unveiling notices, to attend. were held at Kaufman's May 7. two sisters, two grandchildren charge measuring an inch in…

… will offi- Devera; a son, Jack; a daughter s * * to attend. ciate. Relatives and friends are Mrs. Frank Titus, of Cambridge, * * * IDA KOVINSKY, 1085 James asked to meet at 2986 Leslie. Mass.; a brother…

… and two sisters, The family of the late Helen * * * K. Blvd., Pontiac, died May '7. Cars will leave at 12 noon for Shapiro announces the unveil- BETTY SIMON, 2665 Fleet, Services at Ira Kaufman Chapel…

…. the cemetery. ing of a monument in her mem- Von Mannstein to Go Free * * * lied May 4. Services at • Ira She leaves her husband, Jacob; at 1 p.m., Sunday, May 17, Kaufman Chapel. She leaves daughters…

…, Mrs. David Jacobs of The family of the late Abra- ory NUREMBERG, (JTA) — Nazi iier sons, Calvin, of Plymouth, Philadelphia, Mrs. Oscar C. ham Storchan announces t h e at Northwest Hebrew Memorial lleyer…

October 15, 1954 • Page Image 1

… been re- served to enable those who could not secure reservations for the dinner to hear the address of Dr. Abba Hillel Silver on the American Jewish Tercentenary, this Sunday evening. Dinner guests…

… been delegated to represent the Governor, and William E. Stirton, vice-president of Wayne University, who will represent the Mayor. Emma Schavec will sing the national anthems. Details on Page 24 The…

…HE JEWISH NEWS' Dr. A. H. Silver: Courageous Leader A Weekly Review - Commentary, Page 2 Story, Page 24 of Jewish*Events 17100 W. 7 Mile Rd. — VE. 8-9364—Detroit 35, October 15, 1954…

… 'seriously the theme of the Ter- centenary — ``Man's Opportunities and Re- sponsibilities Under Freedom" — we reaf- firm our adherence to the sacred ideals we have inherited from the Fathers of this Re- public…

… and from our Prophets. From the very day in 1654 when the first group of 23 Jews settled in New Ams- terdam to establish the first religious Jew- ish community in America, they dedicated themselves to…

… the principle of religious free- dom. We re-dedicate ourselves anew to this imperishable ideal. Throughout the three centuries of the development of the great American Jewish community, the Jews of this…

… country estab- lished the great tradition of caring for the needy, of providing means and sustenance for the aged, the orphaned and the home- less. In the last half century, American Jews rose to great…

… heights in their relief efforts for those who" were either uprooted by wars or were dispossessed by the in- humanity of bigots and tyrants in lands of oppression. We re-dedicate ourselves to the…

… • philanthropic ideals as we re-evaluate our contributions to humanity during our Tercentenary celebrations. American Jewry has been in the fore- front among the forces that helped in the re-establishment of the…

… State of Israel. This may be recorded by history as our genera- tion's greatest accomplishMent. We reaf- firm, as one of the Tercentenary's re-dedica- tory aims, that we retain our interest in the great…

October 15, 1954 • Page Image 4

Hillel Sil- ver. The eminent Cleveland spiritual leader and author 'symbolizes the three great pur- poses which are emphasized by the Tercen- tenary celebration: the contribution of our great philanthropic…

… the occasion of the American Jew- ish Tercentenary. Two of them have been made known by Wayne University. Through the generosity of a Detroit family, the first in a series of Jewish courses is being…

… made possible in our community's great university: "The History of the Jews in America" is offered as a new course hon- oring the Tercentenary. This is welcome proof that the "spiritual birthday party…

…" is being taken seriously and that the emphasis is on the term spiritual. From Wayne University recently came another important announcement: the gift of $175,000 made by the Helen L. DeRoy Foundation…

… towards the construction of the Wayne University Medical Center. This, too, is a welcome Tercentenary contribution. * * * to steps in the right direction. An historic event is inspiring historic…

…Sukkot Festival of Thanksgiving THE JEWISH NEWS . Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers…

…. Michigan Press Association. Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co , 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 8-9364 Subscrption $4 a year, Foregin $5. Entered as second class…

… matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3, 1879 PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising Manager October 15, 1954 Page Four VOL. .XXVI, No. 6…

…. Sunday: NUM. 29:26-34. Hoshanah Rabbah Scriptural Selec- tions, Monday: NUM. 29:26-34. Scriptural Selections for Final Days of Sukkot Pentateuchal_ portions: Tuesday, Deut. 25: 19-16:17, Num. 29…

… Shot in the Arm Detroit Jewry's Tercentenary Dinner, at which we shall be privileged to have the dis- tinguished, Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, as the community's guest, is the proper occasion for an…

October 15, 1954 • Page Image 15

Michigan wood, according to an announce- campus this fall, making the ment by A. C. Lappin, president trip transportation to Israel total Jewish student popula- of the Zionist House and mem- gift…

…'si "Pirates of Penzance." Hillel plans for Sukkot in- clude a dinner and dance this coming Sunday. Active members SPECIALIZING IN HOME PARTIES — GET OUP. PRICE FIR.ST! of Hillel's Married Couples Group include…

… at Hillel. Prof. Clark Hopkins, head of the department of classical studies. will lecture on "Early Jewish IT'S PROTEIN-RICK! Art." On Oct. 28, Prof. Harrison, of the English department, will lecture…

… ROASTED NUTLIKE FLAVOR' • 0 0 0 0 0 Michigan Furniture Will Give You A LIBERAL TRADE IN ALLOWANCE Towards The Purchase Of YTAG dan k. d actsd he v ranced The b Aea utuotmifautl icanw Check These…

… 500 new Jewish . bruncheon,.11 a.m., Sunday. Oct. Workers for the Ball will have freshmen and transfer students 31, at Zionist House, 11345 Lin- an opportunity to win round- on the University of

…ci,Jtnco Tales Out of School By Joni Handleman Rena Katz Rumford Bleb Workers in the Balfour Ball United States government and Committee will be guests at a to the American people. There are…

… certificates will also be tion approximately 2,200. The ber of the executive committee awarded two contributors at the overall campus population ex - for the ball. Ball. ceeds 19,000. The bruncheon will be under…

… With the conclusion of rush- the chairmanship of Samuel Impimsmemesagnammesamir ing, the 18 campus sororities, Feldstein, chairman of the com- Attention Please! three of which are Jewish, have mittee for…

… Alpha Epsilon Phi, and to support the Zionist House, and His Orchestra Eleanor Shur has pledged Sigma the program of the Zionist Or- Delta Tau. Newest Jewish soror- ganization of America nation- New Phone…

… ity on campus, three year old ' ally, especially the work of ex- U. 7-2943 Delta Phi Epsilon (formerly , plaining and interpreting Israel's or WE 3-2254 called Adelphil, pledged Sharon position and…

October 15, 1954 • Page Image 24

… salute to the flag will be given by representatives of the Jewish War Veterans of Michigan. Dr. Silver, who was ordained Rabbi by Hebrew Union College in 1915, at the age of 22, came to the pulpit of The…

… exhibit will follow. Presiding . chairman of the Mrs. Kanter DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER/ 1 ..s ••• ■ ; SIRING THE UNITED NATIONS PAL- ESTINE HEARINGS IN 1947, THE WORLD CAME TO RECOGNIZE THE FERVENT…

….S. NINE YEARS LATER, DETERMI NED 10 BECOME A RABBI. IN 1915, HE GRADU- ATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI AND HEBREW UNION COLLEGE. 111: 1' DUR NG WORLD WAR I, SILVER WAS SENT TO FRANCE BY THE U…

… Detroit's rabbis; Max Osnos, who has been delegated to bring a message from Gover- nor Williams; William E. Stir- ton, vice-president of Wayne University, who will represent Mayor Cobo, and the invocation…

…Dr. Silver's Address Open to Entire Community ina Schaver will sing the na- ly as chairman of the American I Cleveland, president of the Public Invited to Lecture n Sunday Without Charge The…

… Detroit Tercentenary Committee of 300 this week an- nounced that provisions have been made for all who desire to hear the address of Dr. Abba Participants in Tercentenary Event, Sunday tional anthems. The…

… Temple in Cleveland in 1917, after holding a pulpit in Wheeling, W. Va., for two years. The Cleveland Tem- ple was built during his min- istry. Hillel Silver on the American Jewish Tercentenary, at the…

….m., celebrations already held in De- over radio station WWJ. troit. in commemoration of the 300th anniversary of the settle- He received the degree of D.D. ment of the Jews in this coun- in 1923 at the age of 30—an…

… try. early age for such an honor. He sponsored the first employ- ment insurance law in Ohio. As a member of the board of the American Civil Liberties Union, Dr. Silver has been in the fore- front of

… defenders of just rights for the oppressed. He is active in the Central Conference of Amer- ican Rabbis, the Union of Amer- ican Hebrew Congregations and Hebrew Union College. MAX OSNOS Rabbi Lehrman Rabbi…

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… to improve their citizenship education program. "When Men Are Free," the volume just published for Teachers College of Columbia University' by Houghton Mifflin Co '(2 Park St., Boston) offers in very…

…THE JEWISH NEWS 'Israel A Visit to the 01,d and the New Incorporating the Detroit Jewish Chronicle commencing with issue of July • 20, 1951 Member American Association of English-Jewish Newspapers…

…, Michigan Press Association, National Editorial Association Published every Friday by The Jewish News Publishing Co, 17100 West Seven Mile Road, Detroit 35, Mich., VE. 8-9384 Illubscription $4 a year. Foreign…

… $5. Entered as second class matter Aug. 6, 1942, at Post Office, Detroit, Mich., under Act of March 3, 1879 PHILIP SLOMOVITZ Editor and Publisher VOL. XXVII, No. 6 SIDNEY SHMARAK Advertising…

… Manager Page Four FRANK SIMONS City Editor April 15, 1955 Sabbath Scriptural Selections This Sabbath; the twenty-fourth day of. Nissan; 5715, the .followng Scriptural selections will be read..in our…

… synagogues: Pentateuchal )3ortion. Lev. 9:1-11:47: Prophetical portion. 11 Sam. R:1-7:17. Licht Benshen, Friday. April 15, 6.53 p.m. Rosh Hodesh Iyar Readings of the Law. Friday.. April 22. Num. 28…

… strenuous months of efforts in Israel's de- fense at the United Nati6ns. Ambassador Eban is carrying a heavy load. Placed on the defensive, in view of the recent Gaza occur- rences, and because' of the United…

… Nations Security Council's censure, he has worked under tensions that would challenge the ener- gies of the strongest man. He is . a strong man indeed to have been able to labor under the trying burdens…

…'s generous partici- pation in funds aimed at assisting in Israel's economic growth and in the integration of newcomers to that state from lands of op pression. - • - Ambassador Eban's visit here will be at…

… the height of the Allied Jewish Campaign activities. All the divisions in the drive are at work to gather the •great fund that is needed in behalf of Israel, for overseas relief purpoes and for the…

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… the Na_ 1927, after receiving his degree tional Membership Chairman for at the University of Michigan. He the Supreme Women's Council. Pisgah and Oak-Woods Chap- helped to organize and was first ters…

… the Bnai Brith Hillel 100% paid up certificates, and Commission and now serves as a Pisgah and Keiden chapters were member of the national civil honored for the smallest percen- rights committee of the…

… complete explanation of the sheitel and its background, as it was written for the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia by Samuel Rappaport: Ac-cording to an old Jewish custom, married women, for the sake of modesty…

… _Rarity of Genius — and Domination of Mediocrity Our universities do not always choose wealthy men and poli- ticians for honors. They often award honorary degrees to men of real ability and great…

… distinction. Such was the case with W. K. Kelsey of The Detroit News. Wayne University displayed good judgment in selecting our distinguished confrere for this honor. His own newspaper quite properly spoke of

… our educational system, especially coming from a man who once was a university president. We have hundreds of thousands of college graduates each year, and we would be lucky if we had in our public life…

…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 kashrut, have created curiosity in the ranks of the unin- formed, debates among differing elements in Jewry. 0-.1e of our rabbis made this unfortunate comment on the ques…

…- tion of ordaining women as , rabbis: "In its recent picture story of a Hassidic wedding here, the Free Press showed the degradation to which Orthodox women are still subject." This, of course, is a…

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… program chairmen of all or- ganizations, to local leaders, to key people in Hillel of Wayne University and the University of Michigan and heads of Zion- ist organizations to participate in this Institute…

… by a unanimous vote of the board of directors. Mendel N. Fisher was re-elected secretary to serve his 23 term. Dr. Israel Goldstein was named honorary president. of the University of Michigan

… IS the LARGEST SELLING WINE IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN Milan Wineries, Detroit, Michigan California colleague, Republican Senate Leader William Know- land, in opposing anti-Israel sanctions. Sen. Kuchel…

…Opposition to Sanctions on Israel Mounts in Senate; Attack U.S. Policy WASHINGTON (JTA) — A stream of Senators and Repre- sentatives took the floor Mon- day to speak out against anti- I s r a el…

… pres- ent impasse. Sen. Stuart Symington, Mis- souri Democrat, opposed impo- sition of sanctions on Israel, stating that sanctions should instead be applied against Egypt for barring Israel ship- ping…

… doorstep of President Eisenhower" and questioned if the "Eisenhower Doctrine" meant tanks for Saudi Arabia and sanctions for Israel. He called for fair American leadership at the United Nations and…

… vigorously opposed any threat of sanc- tions against Israel. Joining with Sen. Humphrey was Sen. Richard Neuberger, Oregon Democrat, who criti- cized President Eisenhower's "unprecedented" . trip to the…

… statement from Egyptian President Nasser on the rights of Israel shipping in the Suez Canal. Chairman Styles Bridges of the Senate Republican Policy ommittee said: "It would be wrong for the United Nations to…

… apply sanctions against Israel if it is going to do nothing about Russia for its defiance of the General Assembly on the tragic repressions of HUngary, or about India for defying the Se- ' curity Council…

of Kashmir, or about Egypt for defying the Security Council in respedt of Israel shipping • in the Suez Canal." Sen. Leverett Saltonstall, chairman of the Senate Re- publican Conference, said that…

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… campus show sponsored by the Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation at the University of Michigan, will be presented March 23 at the new Ann Arbor High School, on Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, Mich. The show will…

…4 ° TV Star Learns U. of M. Hillel Foundation Slates r) The Whole Megillah 10th Annual `Hillelzapoppin' Show O Friday, March 15, 19 51 E.! Television • star STEVE ALLEN learns about t Ii e…

… Megillah, the story' of Esther, which celebrates the holiday of Purim this Sunday. His teacher is 5-year-old NINA. AVEDON, of the Stephen S. Wise Free Synagogue nursery school. The scene took place at the…

… House of Living Juda- ism, in New York, home of the Union of American He- brew Congregations. Center's Older Adults Slate Purim Programs The aaturday Nighters, an older adult social club of the Jewish…

… to attend the Mothers' Clubs annual Purim Masquerade Ball. The group will next meet on April 6 for dancing and refreshments. A new series of square dance classes for older adults will be- gin at 8:30 p…

… fraternity once. Last year's winner was Sigma Delta Tau. This year's entrants include SDT, Delta Phi Epsilon and Alpha Epsilon Phi sororities, Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Epsi- lon Pi fraternities and a group of

… men and women students from various residence halls. Detroiters on the `Hillelzapop- pin' central committee include Robert Binkow, of 18212 War- rington, a member of Phi Epsi- lon Pi, who is program…

… chair- man, and Claire Padover, of 19621 Canterbury, an SDT, ticket chairman. The show's stage manager is Richard Schiller, an A E Pi from Huntington Woods, Mich. Jay Keystone, a ,Phi Sigma Delta from Oak…

… Park, Mich., is production co-chairman. Free transportation will be provided from the Hillel Build- ing to the performance. Follow- ing the show, a party will be held in the Hillel center. Proceeds from…

… children in class. Hamantaschen and milk will complement the program. Sunday 'Nighters to Have Purim Dance This Sunday Karolyn Case, president of the Jewish Community Center Sunday Nighters,- announces a…

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… their families. Greetings will be extended by Dr. Morton J. Sobel, Michigan director of the Anti- Defamation League; Rabbi Max Kapustin, director, Wayne State University Hillel Foun- dation; and Earl…

… set the stage for the major feature of Michigan Bnai Brith's 100th an- niversary celebration, the Cen- tennial Banquet on Dec. 1, at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. Planned is an open meeting by Pisgah…

… Inc. . Choose from one of Michigan's largest selections of Drapery Materials! FREE ESTIMATES—Our interior decorator Will I bring samples to your home—day or evening. EXCLUSIVE WORKMANSHIP at…

…Miss Harriet Cohen Engaged to Marine MISS HARRIET COHEN . The engagement of Harriet Rochelle Cohen to Pvt. Fred S. Starr, who is serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, recently was announced by the…

… bride-elect's parents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Cohen, of Elhurst Ave. Pvt. Starr is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Starr, of Glendale Ave. The couple has set no wed- ding date. Marriages KRELL-SUGAR: Mr. and…

… Mrs. Max L. Subar, of Woodward Lane S. E., Grand Rapids, Mich., announce the marriage of their daughter, Judith, to Robert E. Krell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Krell, of Chip- pewa Dr., Grand Rapids…

…., Grand Rapids. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Sam 1"----- Rosenberg acknowledges with grateful appreciation the many kind expressions of sympathy extended by relatives and friends during the family…

… Lodge, the first Bnai Brith organization in the state, to be held at 8:30 p.m., Monday, at the Hayim Greenberg Cen- ter, 19161 Schaefer. The second event is the ob- servance of Centennial Sabbath, which…

… member of the Can- adian Senate. Sen. Croll is well known to Detroiters. He for- merly served as Mayor of Wind- sor. The program Monday will be devoted to a birthday celebra- tion by Pisgah members and…

… Yaillen, Michi- gan director of the Bnai Brith Youth Organization. Following their brief mess- ages, a social will follow, in- cluding entertainment and re- freshments. Temple Beth El was chosen for the…

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…- sentatives of high school pub- lications staffs throughout Mich- igan, spent the afternoon at the University of Michigan today participating in the Michigan High School Journalism Con- ference. Beginning the…

…vimmeamwo.............osomm....r....0.10.4a tie 110,4141 =1..111 .101•1114, 11 MUMFORD 1 r I S This Week's Radio and Television Programs of Jewish Interest THE ETERNAL LIGHT Time: 10:30 p…

….m., Sunday. Station: WWJ. Feature: The 14th in a series of 15 repeat broadcasts in cele- bration of the program's 15th anniversary will offer "Little Sakiki," a tale of a family united `after the sufferings of

… war and Concentration c a m p, only to again lose each other. Final as is this new separation, the par- ents face the future with cour- age and hope in their new home in Israel. * * •MESSAGE OF ISRAEL…

… Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday. Station: WXYZ. Feature: Rabbi Isaiah Zeldin, spiritual leader of Temple Emanual, Beverly Hills, Calif., will speak on "How to Grow ,Old Gracefully." * * * COUNCIL…

…-ALTMAN HOUR Time: 10 p.m., Saturday. Station: WJLB. Feature: Harry Kobel, chair- man of the fifth annual Insti- tute for Jewish Seniors of High Schools, to be held May 24, at Cong. Ahavas Achim, will speak on…

… the significance of the yearly event. * THE JEWISH HERITAGE Time: 8:30 p.m., Sunday. Station: WCAR. Feature: "Caesaria, a Settle- ment in I s r a e 1" will be pre- sented in this weekly series of

… presentations sponsored by the culture commission of the Jew- ish Community Council. Plan Scout Awards at Community Parley Scouting activities in local congregations were marked by plans for the presentation of

… Ner Tamid awards to Scouts of the Jewish faith for distinction in Jewish studies and for serv- ices to their congregations. The local Scouting Ner Tamid sub-committee consists of Alfred Klunover, David…

… Liebow, Hyman Jackson and Morris Klaus. William H. Frank, a member of the board of the Detroit Area. Council of Boy Scouts of Amer- ica, is chairman of the Jewish Committee on Scouting. Frank, together…

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