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November 20, 1959 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-11-20

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World Capitals
Rush Doctors to
Hurt Israeli Boy

LONDON, (JTA) — Some of
the world's outstanding neuro-
surgeons responded to broad-
cast pleas for emergency aid
for an eight-year-old Israeli boy
who was critically injured in
an automobile accident on
Saturday in Accra, Ghana.
In answer to a 'radio plea
from the Israel Embassy at
Accra, the Foreign Ministry in
Jerusalem arranged for Dr. A.
A. Ashkenazi to be flown there.
In London, answering the
plea from President Kwame
Nkruma, the Royal Air Force
sent its top neuro-surgeon, Dr.
Harvey Jackson. In Paris, on
receipt of the intercepted ap-
peal from Accra. Dr. M. Feld,
outstanding French neurologist,
took off in a United States Air
Force plane. All three met in
Rome as they awaited trans-
portation to Accra.
A Greenville. N.C., radio ama-.
teur, Charles T. Wells, Jr., who
intercepted the Accra radio
calls, notified the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington which, in
turn, informed the State De-
partment.
The Department of Defense
made arrangements for Lt.
Cmdr. Ivan S. Altman, naval
surgeon, to be flown in from
Port Lyautey. Cmdr. Altman
and an associate arrived in
Accra and immediately exam-
ined the injured boy, Rami
Katz. They decided to defer
operating until after 36 hours
of observation.
Mrs. Dina Kaufman, wife of
A. Kaufman, an Israeli engineer,
was killed in the car crash in
which the Katz boy was in-
jured. Her husband was badly
injured and was taken to a
hospital.

What doth the Lord require
of thee but to do justly, and
to love mercy, and to walk
humbly with thy God?—Micah
6:8.

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On the Air-

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

BOOK MONTH TELECAST
Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
2).
Feature: "Books in the Jew-
ish Heritage," a program ar-
ranged by the culture commis-
sion of the Jewish Community
Council in celebration of Jewish
Book Month, will present Rab-
bis Morris Adler, Max Kapustin
and M. Robert Syme, members
of the culture commission.
* *
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "An Unlikely Story,"
a Thanksgiving tale based on
Ida Uchill's book, "Pioneers,
Peddlers and Tsadikim," will
be told. The chief character is
a Philadelphia watchmaker who
mines gold in Colorado.
* *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath, president of the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, will deliver a
special Thanksgiving message
on the subject " 'Not by Bread
Alone' . . . But."
*
FRONTIERS OF FAITH
Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV (Channel
4).
Feature: "People of the
Book," the second of eight tele-
casts of Jewish interest, is a
documentary on the modern
state of Israel. Stage and screen
star Ralph Bellamy will narrate
the program, which includes
such prominent Israeli person-
alities as Premier Ben-Gurion
and Yigael Yadin, archaeologist
and former commander of the
Israeli Army.
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COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Probate Judge Ira
G. Kaufman, 'president of the
Zionist Organization of De-
troit, will discuss the activities
of the organization in the com-
munity.

'Mollie Goldberg
Associates with
JWB Committee

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weddings and receptions. And
for good reason! First, the
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And whether you select the
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small as twenty, you may rest
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Our prices are reasonable,
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remember that your wedding
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For information and reservations, call
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Council Women Wrap Up Plans
for Fifth Annual Angel Ball

Mrs. Gertrude Berg, the be-
loved "Mollie Goldberg" of
radio and TV, added her name
to the roster of JWB Associates,
membership
group of the
National Jew-
ishWelfare
Board. Back-
stage at her
current Broad-
way hit play,
"Majority of
One," M r s.
Caroline K.
Simon, Secre-
tary of State
of New York,
accepted Mrs.
Mollie
Berg's mem-
bership as one of the first in
the Greater New York area
campaign for JWB Associates
which is now in progress. Mrs.
Berg pointed out that the real-
life inspiration for "Majority of
One," Mrs. Celia Katz, of the
Bronx, was a volunteer in the
JWB armed services program
for GIs- stationed in Tokyo,
while she was there on an ex-
tended stay with her daughter
and son-in-law.

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A night in Las Vegas is
planned by the Young Married
Couples Club of Adas Shalom
Synagogue at 8:30 p.m., Satur-
day, in the Hayim Greenberg
Center, 19161 Schaefer.
Admission will include prizes,
tames and refreshments. For
reservations, call the Iry Barits,
LI 5-5866, or the Bill SklarS,
UN 3-3880.

Israel Agrees to Release
Frozen Arab Bank Accounts

UNITED NATIONS — The
UN Conciliation Commission for
Palestine notified all delega-
tions that Israel had consented
to release at once the funds of
all the impounded Arab refugee
bank accounts.

Classified ads bring fast results!

SAM ROSENBLA1

Master of Ceremonies
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Detroit's Leading Entertainer
TO 8-2067
TO 6-5016

Only these women will know the contents of the gifts
they are wrapping until the night of the fifth annual Angel
Ball when they will be sold at a mystery gift boutique. Busy
tying the packages are, left to right, Mesdames MANNY
ROTENBERG, S. J. GILMORE, BEN WEINTRAUB and ABE.
SCHER.
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A variety of entertainment Waldbott heading the decora-
and surprise features await tions committee.
1,000 Detroiters, when all of
No tickets are sold to the
the ballrooms of the Sheraton- dance, members earning invita-
Cadillac Hotel will he filled for tions by contributions in mer-
the fifth annual Angel Ball.
chandise or services totaling
Sponsored by the Detroit Sec- $150 to the Council Resale Shop
tion, National Council of Jew- at Puritan and Fairfield.
ish Women, the ball will be
Proceeds from the shop are
held Thanksgiving Day Eve, used to further Council's local,
next Wednesday.
national and ‘,1- o rl d-wi d e pro-
Two orchestras, a midnight gram of educational and social
supper, five beverage booths services.
and a mystery boutique are
among the highlights of the
evening.
Mrs. Jerry Krandall and Mrs.
S. LEIBICK, Prop.
Alvin Rodecker are chairmen
Finest in Child Photography
of the ball, with Mrs. Marilyn
Wedding - Bar Mitzvah - Candids

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Made to order for
private parties.
Special attention to caterers.

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Detroit Socialites Slate
Musical Talent Night

A musical talent night is
planned for the annual Thanks-
giving program of the Detroit
Socialites, it is announced by
Eve M. Goldberg, arrangements
chairman.
The event, to be held Wednes-
day evening, at Beth Abraham
Synagogue, will feature a com-
edy take-off on the Spike Jones
Orchestra, a stereophonic com-
munity sing with Mitch Miller
and other activities.
A social hour following will
include dancing and refresh-
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A Pleasure

Restoring Old Photographs

Accept Applicants for
Year's Study in Israel

The one year study program
for American college students
at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem was launched in New
York for the sixth consecutive
year. Prof. Oscar I. Janowsky,
chairman of the American stu-
dent program committee of the
American Friends of the He-
brew University, which directs
this educational undertaking,
announced that applications will
be accepted through Jan. 15.
Students are selected for the
project on the basis of scholar-
ship, character and health. Dur-
ing their first four months in
Israel they are taught Hebrew
at a special language training
center (Ulpan) on the Hebrew
University campus.
Information on the program
may be obtained by writing to
the American Student Program
Committee, American Friends
of the Hebrew University, 11
E. 69th St., New York 21, N. Y.

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AMEDAH STUDIO

Senator Visits Israeli Grove
Senator Kenneth B. Keating
of New York attended a cere-
mony in Jerusalem, Nov. 10, in
Economy is still the only sen- dedication of a grove named in
sible means of cutting down on his honor in the projected

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by Adas Shalom Couples

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The Cantors &.9 Ministers Association
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wish to extend to our esteemed Colleague

Canto) . SHABTAI AC.k ERITAN

congratulations for his dedicated and fruitful efforts
on behalf of Cong. Beth Abraham and the Detroit
Community.

Cantor Jacob Sonenklar, pres.

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