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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-10-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, October 30, 1959

i

Women Leaders Paula Elias to Wed
ffewry
Meet at Luncheon Murray C. Slomovitz
On
Next Wednesday

Presidents of Jewish women's
organizations and Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's Divi-
sion leadership will meet at a
"get acquainted" dessert lunch-
eon, 12:45 p.m., Wednesday, at
the home of Mrs. Theodore
Bar gm a n, 19551 Burlington
Drive.
Isidore Sobeloff, executive
vice-president of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, will dis-
cuss the role of Federation in
the Jewish community.
Mrs. Alexander W. Sanders,
chairman of the education com-
mittee, will describe the work
or the Women's Division. Mrs.
Harry E. August, Women's Di-
vision president, will address
the group.
Assisting Mrs. Bargman, meet-
ing chairman, are her co-chair-
men, Mrs. Joseph Jackier and
Mrs. Milford R. Pregerson.
Meeting committee members in-
clude Mesdames Henry H.
Berris, Barney L. Golden, Oscar
Hertz, William B. Isenberg, Sid-
ney J. Karbel, S. Baer Keidan,
Seymour Kyte, Joseph Markel,
Jack Miller, Martin Naimark,
Herman Prady, Samuel J.
Rhodes, Marshall Rogers, Carl
S. Schiller, Leopold Snyder and
Frank J. Winton.

Odessa Aid Luncheon
Features Mrs. Sperka

Mrs. Joshua S. Sperka has
been announced as the guest
speaker at the annual ludcheon
of the Odessa
•.: Ladies Aid
Society, to be
held at 12:30
p.m., Tuesday,
in the Hayim
lidreenberg
Center, 19161
Schaefer. •
Mrs. Regina
Lit, program
chairman, will
Mrs. Sperka serve as toast-
mistress at the luncheon. A
program of songs will be pre-
sented by Shoshana Brooks
Freedman, accompanied at the
piano by Bella Goldberg.
The luncheon is the second
of two events which will raise
money for the Child Rescue
Fund and Israel rehabilitation
projects.
Mrs. Eva Hayman, overall
fund chairman, announces that
this Saturday evening, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Wainer will be hosts
at a dinner for the rescue
fund.
For information, call Mrs.
Ida Fish, LI 2-8766, or Mrs.
Ann Kopnick, UN 3-9526.

Ha-Kol Ha-Ivri to Bring Messages
from Detroiters in Israel Next Week

die

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

The messages are being
Raphael Cohen, director of
Ha-Kol Ha-Ivri, the new Eng- brought here with the cooper-
lish-Hebrew radio hour, broad- ation of Kol Israel, the official
cast four times weekly, 7:30 Israel' radio broadcasting

to 8 p.m. Monday through
Thursday, on Station WJLB,
announces that messages from
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Detroiters in Israel to their
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
relatives here will be broad-
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Jay M. Rosenthal, cast next week.
chairman of the eighth annual
Synagogue Adult Institute, will Home Relief Society
speak on this cooperative edu-
cation program by the Conserv- Sets Dinner-Dance
ative synagogues of Detroit.
• * *
Nov. 14, at Sheraton

MISS PAULA ELIAS

At a recent dinner party, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Elias, of
Westhampton Ave., Oak Park,
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Paula, to Mur-
ray Charles Slomovitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Slomovitz, of
Woodingham Drive.
The prospective bridegroom
studied at the University of
Detroit and received his law
degree last June from the
Wayne State University Law
School. He is affiliated with
Phi Sigma Delta and Tau Ep-
silon Rho fraternities. At pres-
ent he is serving in the U. S.
armed forces and is stationed
at Fort Leonard Wood, Mis-
souri.
An August wedding is
planned.

JWV Activities

Sgt. MORTON A. SILVER-
MAN POST and AUXILIARY
is presenting a Hallowe'en party
for members and prospective
members at 8:30 p.m., Sunday,
ir..*the Memorial Home. Square
dancing, games, refreshments
and surprise features are plan-
ned for the evening. Costume
is optional. For information,
call Mrs. William Sniderman,
Auxiliary president, DI 1-2246.
*
YETZ-COHEN - AUXILIARY
will hold its next meeting at
the Memorial Home Monday
evening. Movies on Mrs. Ameri-
ca will be shown and reports
on the membership tea of Oct.
19 will be given. Hostesses
will - be Minnie Alpert and
Shirlee Horowitz.
* * *
DETROIT AUXILIARY an-
nounces a membership tea at
12:30 p.m., Monday, in the
Memorial Home. Yetta Sterns,
chairman, is assisted by Minnie
Hart, co - chairman. Mothers,
sisters or wives of veterans are
invited to attend.

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Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
2).
Feature: A special telecast
highlighting the civilization and
cultural contributions of the: an-
cient Near East and new devel-
opments in the area will be pre-
sented by the culture commis-
sion of the Jewish Community
Council, in cooperation with
Wayne State University. Partici-
pants include Dr. Victor A. Rap-
port, dean of the WSU college
of liberal arts; Dr. Abram Spiro,
chairman of the Near Eastern
languages and literatures de-
partment; Dr. Isaac E. Barzilay,
professor of modern Hebrew;
and Dr. Anwar Chejne, profes-
sor of Arabic.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Alfred Wolf,
of Wilshire Boulevard Temple,
Los Angeles, Calif., will speak
on "Task Incomplete—Mission
Accomplished."
* *
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ. .
Feature: "Thou Wast a Slave
in Egypt," a Civil War story of
two Union soldiers and their
attitudes toward war and
slavery, will be presented.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: A special concert by
young Israeli musicians and in-
terviews with Isaac Stern and
Marian Anderson, two of the
world's great artists, will be pre-
sented in this weekly series of
the Jewish Community Council.

Music for dancing by Hal
Gordon's WXYZ Orchestra, a
comedian, vocalist and dance
team all are part of the enter-
tainment planned by the Home
Relief Society for its 37th an-
nual fund-raising dinner-dance.
Mrs. John Mossman is gen-
eral chairman of the event,
which will be
held at 7 p.m.,
Nov. 14, at the
Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
Working
with Mrs.
Mossman in
planning t h e
annual pro-
gram are Mes-
dames B a er
Mrs. Mossman Keid an, tick-
ets; Maurice Garelik, yearbook;
Ira Friedenberg, co-chairman,
Abraham Sinaberg, memoriams;
Barney Schatz and Raymond
Suhd, darlings.
A pre - dinner - dance victory
celebration is being planned for
Nov. 10, at the home of Mrs.
Max J. Kogan, -19255 Burlington.
Proceeds from the affair will
provide food, clothing, shelter,
heat, light and milk for needy
families in the community. For
dinner reservations, call UN
1-2020 or UN 3-6194.

system.
Cohen said that as an ex-
change program he plans to
broadcast messages. from De-
troiters to their relatives in

Israel, also with the coopera-
tion of Kol Israel.
Ha-Kol Ha-Ivri includes, In
addition to music and brief
talks, weekly lessons in He-
brew. The response received
thus far, in the form of many
requests for the printed He-
breW lessons, is an indica-
tion of the program's growing
popularity, Cohen said.

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Mr. and Mrs. William Weiss,
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