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April 17, 1959 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-17

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Michigander to Wed Former Calcutta Girl Council Offers New Films, Tapes
The Jewish Communit y the tape recordings include in-
Who Is Now With the Boston Sympohiiy Council
announces the acquisi- terviews with David S. Tesher,

ILSE ALYCE GREENSTED

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Julius
Greensted of Calcutta, India,
announce the engagement of
their d a u g h t e r, use Alyce
Greensted, to Jack S. Subar,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel Su-
bar, of East Lansing, Mich.
Miss Greensted, an alumna of
Loreto House, Calcutta, made
her debut in 1953 in Calcutta.
She was graduated from the
University of London, London,
England, and is now associated
with the Boston Symphony Or-
chestra.
Subar graduated from Michi-
gan State University with high
honors in 1955. He served with
the United States Army for two
years. He is now a member of
the class of 1959, at the Har-
vard Graduate School of Busi-
ness Administrati_on.
A summer wedding is
planned.

BBYO to Join Church Groups

at Interfaith Event on Sunday

"Your Neighbor Celebrates"

Two special features of the

gathering to be held at 7 p.m.,
Sunday in St. James Methodist
Church, 15888 Archdale.
The program will consist of a
narration and description of
seven major Jewish holidays by
the Inkster High School Y-
Teens Club, the St. James Meth-
odist Youth Fellowship and the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization.
A question and answer period
will follow this presentation,
and a recreational hour ; in
which the three groups will
demonstrate various customs,
music and dances will follow.
Co-sponsors of the event are
the Michigan Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith; Dearborn Branch,
YWCA; Greater Detroit Bnai
Brith Women's Council and the
St. James Methodist Church.
Planning the affair are Michael
A. Gaines, Assistant Michigan
Regional Director for ADL;
Mrs. Esther Dawson, St. James
Methodist Youth F ell o w s hip
counselor; Mrs. Joan Kohn of
the Dearborn YWCA; Maude
Reed, Inkster High School; Mrs.
Sanford Rosenthal, Women's
ADL Chairman; and Zvi Berkal;
BBYO.

Hebrew songs to be sung by
Rev. Herbert Hausser, St. James
pastor, and concluding remarks
by Dr. Morton J. Sobel, ADL
Michigan Regional Director.
Traditional foods and table
decorations will be provided
by the Bnal Brith Women's
Council.

Brevities

Consul General of Israel, David
Ben-Dov, cultural attache of
the Embassy of Israel, and a
discussion on "Modern Nation-
alism and Religion" by Dr.
Salo W. Baron.
Interested organizations may
contact Miss Edith Heavenrich.
program secretary, at the Coun-
cil office, WO 2-6710, for book-
ings.

Temple Israel Young Adults
will celebrate its first anniver-
sary with a dane open to all
young men and women in the
community.
Featuring the music of the
Counts, the dance will be held
at 8 p.m., April 26, in the tem-
ple. Passover refreshments will
be served. For information, call
Phyllis Blau, UN 2-5988; or Bar-
bara Shewach, UN 4-1350.

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5-oz.
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COMPLETE SELECTION OF ISRAELI AND DOMESTIC BEER AND WINE

HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed. 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.; Thurs. and Sat. 8 A.M. to 9 P.M., Fri. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M., Sun.

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is the theme of an interfaith program will be traditional

On Sunday afternoon, the
World Adventure Series will
celebrate its "Millionth Anni-
versary" at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts. The series pre-
sented its first illustrated show
in January, 1933. On Sunday,
in the same auditorium, the
one millionth patron will step
up to the box office and buy a
ticket. A "millionth anniver-
sary prize will be two five-day
all-expense Great Lakes cruise
tickets.
* * *
"CALL FOR THE QUES-
TION," a social action film-
strip produced by the Union
of American Hebrew Congre-
gations, was presented with the
Blue Ribbon Award as the out-
standing audio-visual aid pro-
duced in the year 1957-58 in
the category of Religion and
Ethics by the American Film
Festival.
* *
HIGH SCHOOL INTERNA-
TIONAL CLUB will meet at
7:30 p.m., Monday, at the Park-
man Branch Library, 1766 Oak-
man Blvd., when a panel will
discuss "The Defense of the
United States." Gordon Har-
rison, chief editorial writer of
The Detroit News and historian
with Gen. Patton during World
War II, will moderate, and
panelists will include Jay Shu-
maker, of Mumford.

tion of several additions to its
audio-visual library now avail-
able to organizations. They in-
clude two 16mm sound films
on Israel and world Jewry and
a series of 71/2 l.p.s. tape re-
cordings.
Photographed in Israel dur-
ing the Negev expedition of
famed archeologist, Dr. Nelson
Glueck, the film "Wilderness
of Zin," which is 28 minutes
in color, tells the story of Dr.
Glueck's findings on ancient
life in the Negev area. This
film was presented to the Com-
munity Council by Temple
Beth El.
In the film "Mission to Shir-
az," the ghetto existence of
Iranian Jews is shown and the
efforts of ORT (Organization
for Rehabilitation Through
Training) to heighten their
sense of dignity and improve
living conditions through vo-
cational training are dramati-
cally presented. The film runs
for about 15 minutes.
Timely topics featured among

Temple Israel Young Adults
Plan Anniversary Dance

8 A.M. to

3 P.M,

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