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October 09, 1959 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 9, 1959 — 20

Governor, Mrs. Williams Welcomed Engagement Told
Arlazaroff Plans
to Israel Prior to Six-Day Tour
of Pauline Kravitz Annual Banquet;
Slates 3 Guests
Governor and

Mrs. G. Mennen
Williams are
shown here as
they were being
escorted to a
Kaiser - Fraser
sedan which they
used during their
six-day tour of
Israel this week.
They are shown
with Leo Krown,
director of the'
Israel Bond Of-
fice in Jerusalem,
w h o welcomed

them on their

crossing through
the Mandelbaum
Gate from Jordan
to Israel. While
in Israel, Gov.
and Mrs. Wil-
liams planted two
cypress trees- in
t h e Williams-
Hart Forest, near
Haifa. _

WSU Officials, Statewide Leaders
Join in Honoring Burdick, Oct. 14

Distinguished community
leaders, members of the official
family of Wayne State Univer-
sity and political leaders will
join next Wednesday at a din-
ner at Piemontese Hall on
Puritan, in honoring Benjamin
D. Burdick, recently elected
member of the Board of Gover-
nors of Wayne State University,
on hiS triumph at the polls.
Paul Bagwell, who was: the
Republican candidate for Gov-

BENJAMIN BURDICK

ernor last November, will be
toastmaster. Armal Branden-
burg is chairman of -the com-
mittee of Burdick's friends who
are sponsoring the dinner.
Members of the committee
include prominent leaders in
the Jewish and non-Jewish
communities.
Burdick, a life-long Republi-
can, was one of the few success-
ful candidates at the November
election on his party's statewide
ticket.
Active in GOP circles in Mich-
igan for more than two decades,
Burdick served from 1936-56 as
district chairman of the 15th
Republican district.
When he stepped down from
the post three years ago, he was
voted honorary lifetime chair-
man of the district.
He was a delegate to the 1948
and 1956 National Republic
conventions and served three
terms on the Republican state
central committee.
Burdick said he was seeking
election to the WSU board of
governors because of his close
affiliation to 'the school for the
past 30 years.
In 1928, he was graduated
with the first law class . at
Wayne State. He is a past pres-
ident of the law alumni asso-
ciation of the university and
presently serves as a board
member of that association.

He also is a member of a
"Wayne family." His two broth-
ers, Irwin H. and Herbert, also
attorneys, are Wayne State law
school graduates. His sister,
Rosalind, also is a Wayne grad-
uate.
Burdick served on the old
state rent control advisory
board and as Wayne County
public administrator from 1941-
1949. He was chief public ad-
ministrator in the county from
1951-55 and is a former special
counsel. to the FHA in Detroit.
He also is active in numerous
professional, civic and religious
organizations, including Bnai
flHth, the Torch Fund, the
Allied Jewish Campaign, Mos-
lem Shrine, Anti-Defamation
League, is vice president of
Business and Professional Lodge
of American Jewish Congress,
and a member of Detroit, Mich-
igan, Federal and American
Bar Associations. He also is on
the board of trustees of Brigh-
ton Hospital.
Burdick, with offices at 1917
Dime Building, lives at 19515
Roslyn with his wife, Mary, and
their two children.

Danny Raskin Opens
New Advertising Office

Danny Raskin Advertising As-
sociates has recently moved to
new and larger quarters at
18210 James Couzens.
Raskin, author of the Listen-
ing Post column which has ap-
peared in The Jewish News for
nearly 18 years, is active in nu-
merous communal organizations.
His new offices will permit
expanded preparation of news-
paper, radio and television ad-
vertising promotions, brochures
and other printing specialties.
A staff of artists assists in the
preparation of layouts and il-
lustrations.

Locate Detroiter
for CJ Congress

The Jewish News this week
received a letter from B. G.
Kayfetz, of the Canadian Jew-
ish Congress, expressing ap-
preciation for assistance in
locating Mr. L. Rosenberg, a
delegate to the first CJC
conference in 1919.
Through a brief notice in
The Jewish News of Oct. 2,
Mr. Rosenberg, with whom
the CJC had lost contact, was
re-discovered. The Canadian
Jewish Congress is currently
planning its 40th anniversary
conference later this month.

,

MISS PAULINE KRAVITZ

The engagement of Miss Pau-
line Kravitz to Mr. Harold Mic-
halowsky is announced by the

bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Sara
Kravitz, of Mendota Ave. Mr.

Michalowsky is the son of the
Albert Michalowskys, of Ann-
chester Rd.
A graduate of the Wayne
State University College of Edu-
cation, Mr. Michalowsky is af-
filiated with Sigma Alpha Mu
fraternity. A December wedding
is planned.

Center Lists 3 Monthly
Film Discussion Programs

Three monthly film-discussion
programs designed to interpret
trends in contemporary dance
Three leading personalities and ballet will be offered in
will be featured at the 26th an- the Darice-Film series of the
nual banquet and concert of Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers, 8
Arlazaroff Branch 137 of the p.m., Sundays, featuring Cen-
Farband Labor Zionist Order ter dance instructors as dis-
cussion leaders.
on Oct. 21, i
the Hayim
"The Moor's Pavane," "The
Greenber
Desperate Heart" and "Bull-
Center.
fight" will be featured Oct. 25,
They are
with Fanny Aronson as discus-
Isaac Hamlin,
sion leader.
director of:
Two films, danced and pro-
Histadr u t
duced by Martha Graham, "The
Tourist House"
Dancer's World" and "Appala-
in Tel Aviv:
chian Spring," are the Nov. 29
singer Mar
program, with discussion leader
jorie Gordon
Harriet Berg.
and Isaac
The Dec. 20 program will be
Swerdlo w
"Stars of the Russian Ballet,"
Yiddish actor.
a full length film featuring
Hamlin
The banquet
Galina Ulanova and other -noted
will launch a season of cultural Russian dancers in excerpts
activities, according to Morris from "Romeo and Juliet,"
Schaver, branch chairman, and "Swan Lake" and "The Foun-
David Sislin, cultural chairman. tain of Bakhchisarai." Center
Hamlin, former general secre- ballet instructors Mirdza and
tary of the National Committee Osvald Lemanis will be discus-
for Labor Israel, will bring sion leaders.

greetings from the Jewish
state.
Mrs. Gordon, a coloratura
soprano who is just back from
a three-month opera hour, will
sing a group of Israeli and He-
brew songs. A Detroiter, she

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Books Available

is a frequent performer on ra-
dio and television, and sang
with the N.Y. Opera Company.
Coming here from Toronto,
The new library of the Jew- Swerdlow, who has won . wide

ish Community Center, 18100
Meyers, under the direction of
Mrs. Samuel Kellman, has more
than 2,000 Judaic, non-Judaic
and children's
books. Anyone
may browse in
the library, al-
though circu-
lating priv-
ileges are
open only to
Center mem-
bers. All li-
brary materi-
als, except ref- Mrs". Kellman
erence materials, newspapers
and magazines, will circulate
for one week periods. The
2,000-volume library at present
has 1,000 Judaic, 700 non-
Judaic and 300 • children's
books:
The library will be open for
withdrawal of books from. 1 to
9 p.m., Mondays, Tuesdays and

Thursdays, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesdays and Sundays. Mrs.
Kellman will be on duty durihg
those hours.
Mrs. Kellman said that the
library May be open for brows-
ing at additional hours if de-
mand warrants, but that for the
present books may be checked
out only while she is on duty.
Mrs. Kellman has been a
United Hebrew School nursery
teacher, a Cooperative Nursery
School teacher, and a translator
for the Jewish Forward. She

graduated from the London,
(Ont.) Collegiate Institute, at-
tended the University of West-
ern Ontario, and the University
of Michigan extension service.
She has two daughters, 17 and
10.

Detroit Alumnae Group
Given Helfgott Award

The Detroit Alumnae Chapter
of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority has
won the 1959 Helfgott Family
Award for its efforts in reactiv-
ating the chapters at Wayne
State University and the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
The award is given annually
to the alumnae chapter which
has done the "most outstanding
job in establishing a colony or
reactivating a chapter."
Beta Lambda, the WSU chap-
ter, has 30 members after be-
ing inactive for five years. The
U of M chapter has 60 members
after being stalled since the
depression.

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of monologues and recitations.
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