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December 04, 1959 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-04

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Zedakah Donor Luncheon Monday
to Feature 'First FashionS Showing'

Set Feb. 14 Date
rriage
for their

On the

I Men's Clubs

TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S
CLUB will hold its Adam's Rib

r I

Party for paid-up members and
their wives at 8 p.m., Saturday,
in the temple's Leon Fram Hall.
Highlights of the evening will
be a bridge tournament con-
ducted by Louis J. Cohen, a
gin rummy tournament, other
games and a midnight supper.
Bridge players must make res-
ervations no later than today
with the chairmen. Harold To-
bias, DI 1-3500; or Tom Mittel-
dorf, UN 3-6787.
* * *

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

Planning the, 28th annual donor luncheon of the Zedakah
Club are, left to right, Mesdames AL BLUMENTHAL, ABE
ILSON, JACK GREENBERG, donor chairman, JACK MILLER,
president; MILTON GREENBLATT and HARRY TYNER. The
donor, which will feature the first Detroit showing of new
cruise, afternoon and cocktail, fashions, will be held at 12:30
p.m., Monday, at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel. For reservations,
call Mrs. Sam Wexler, BR. 3-2743; or Mrs. Morris Aarons,
UN. 3-205'7.

Brandeis Judges to Face U. of D.
in Cage Tilt This Saturday Night

Brandeis University will field
a basketball team in Detroit for
the first time this Saturday,
when the Judges play the Uni-
versity of Detroit in the U. of D.
Memorial Bldg. Game time is
8:30 p.m.
Boasting eight straight win-
ning "seasons, Brandeis is in
its second season under coach
Rudy Finderson: They have
eight returning lettermen.
The game will be the third
in four nights for the Judges,
who opened the season Wednes-

Temple Israel Women
to Be Entertained by
Noted Dramaloguist

"Two Lives," the dramatic
narration of the story of Helen
Keller and her
teacher Anne
Sullivan, will
be presented
by the bril-
liant y oung
actress, Muriel
Wolfson, at a
paid-up lunch-
eonette of
Temple Israel
Sisterh o o d at
1 2:3 0 p. m. Miss Wolfson
Dec. 14 in Leon Fram Hall.
. In a series of touching
episodes, Miss Wolfson portrays
in costume Helen Keller's
mother, her teacher and Helen
Keller herself, the amazing
woman who, through the aid
of her teacher, overcame one
of the severest of handicaps.
Costume and makeup changes
take place before the audience.
Miss Wolfson has appeared
throughout the country in such
dramalogues as "Women Will
Talk," "Wives of the Sages" and
"My Vineyard," the story of
Henrietta Szold.
Mrs. Adolf Lowe, vice presi-
dent in charge of program,
will introduce the guest per-
former. Sisterhood president
Mrs. Arthur Hass announces
that guests are invited for a
nominal sum.

day against Colby and played
Main,e on Thursday.
While U. of D. has a signifi-
cant height advantage, Brandeis
has an edge in experience. The
U. of D. starting line-up aver-
ages 6 feet, 4 inches. Only
two players are seniors.
Tallest men on the Brandeis
squad are Ellis Marty, 6-6, and
Bernie Sidman, 6-5.
Junior Larry McNulty led the
Judges in scoring last year with
360 points for an average of
18.8 points per game. Senior
Bob Peretti had an 11.6 scoring
average. Senior Bob Berkman
averaged 9.3 points per game
and senior Gerry Schwartz aver-
aged 8.1 per game.
Cliff S u n d b e r g, Brandeis'
sports publicity director, said.
"Coach Finderson has seven
seniors and will have a more
experienced team in his second
year. This veteran outfit could
jell into a strong small college
quintet. However, the Judges
have some big clubs to face and
many games are on the road
early in the campaign. It should
be a strong team in the stretch
with six out of the last seven
games at home. If Bob Peretti
should regain the form he dis-
played as a sophomore, watch
cut! Sophomore guard Steve
Ballas, 5-6, is bound to break
into the back court. McNulty is
the offensive spark plug."
Detroit has the potential for
its best team in 10 years. Top
attractions are forward Dave
DeBusschere and center Charlie
North.

Dr. Padover Speaks
at NOM Luncheon

.

ADA Conference
to Probe Congress

.

• An examination of the first
session of the 86th Congress
will be made in a conference
Saturday, announced Stanley
Michaels, chairman of the De-
troit chapter of Americans for
Democratic Action, which is
sponsoring the program.
Experts on national economic
policy. civil rights and civil
liberties and education will be
featured in the conference op-
ening at 10 a.m. in the Scarab
Club, 217 Farnsworth.
Dr. William Birenbaum, of
Wayne State University, is con-
ference chairman and will act

Dr. Saul Padover, instructor
at the New School for Social
Research, in New York, will be
guest speaker at a paid-up
membership luncheon of the
National Council of Jewish
Women on Monday afternoon,
at Temple Israel.
Dr. Padover, a graduate of
Wayne State University and re-
cipient of the WSU Alumni
Award in 1952, will speak on
"What in the World's Going
On?"
He is the author of a dozen
books, including "Thomas Jef-
ferson on Democracy," is an
outstanding educator An the
field of political science and
has been in government service
as an Assistant Secretary of
Interior, War Department con-
sultant and in the Office of
Strategic Services.
Mrs. Albert Cole is program
chairman, and Mrs. Barbara
Shapero is chairman of the day.
Mrs. Samuel Willis is luncheon
chairman. Other members of
the committee are Mesdames
Joseph Klein, Ben Salon, C.

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Sign' of the
Seal," a story of the two words,
light and perfection," inscribed
on the corporate seal of Yale
University will be told. The pro-
gram is a biography of Rev.
Fzra Stiles, former president of
Yale Snd ardent student of the
Hebrew language, who selected
the seal as a token of his de-
votion to the "glorious language
of Hebrew and friendship for
the people whose language, it is.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Dr. Maurice N.
Eisendrath, president of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, will deliver a Pearl
Harbor Day message on the
tonic "Everybody's Doing It
Now."
* * *
COUNCIL ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Dr. Samuel Krohn,
chairman of the Jewish Corn ;
munity Council's internal rela-
tions committee and chairman
of the third annual conference
and brunch for presidents of
Council-affiliated organizations,
will discuss the significance of
the conference.
.* * *
COUNCIL TELECAST
Time: 9:30 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV (Channel
2).
Feature: "Wanderers over the
Earth," a special telecast dedi-
cated to World Refugee Year :
r e cent 1 y proclaimed by the
United Nations, will be the
theme of a discussion by repre-
sentatives of the three major
faiths. Participating in the Jew-
ish Community Council - spon-
sored program are Fr. Ronald
L. Heidelberger, director of im-
migration, Roman Catholic
Archdiocese; Harold Silver, ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service
and Resettlement Service; and
Rev. Chenoweth J. Watson, di-
rector, department of social
service, Detroit C o u n c i l of
Churches.

ADAS SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will hear an address on
"The Bible in the Light of Ar-
chaeology" at 8:30 p.m., Mon-
day, in the . synagogue social
hall. Speaker will be Prof.
George Mendenhall, chairman
of the department of Near East
Studies at the University of
Michigan.

MISS FLORENCE KOBAKER

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kobaker,
of Santa Rosa Dr., announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Florence Marion, to Sheldon
Bernard Dulberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dulberg, of
There are 147,441 students
Coolidge Ave., Oak - Park. A enrolled on Michigan college
Feb. 14 wedding is planned.
and university campuses.

Detroit Club in Miami Sets
Hanukah Party on Dec. 26

The Detroit Social Club of
Greater Miami will hold its
11th annual Hanukah party on
Dec. 26, in the Rubayet Room
of the Algiers Hotel. Entertain-
ment, dancing and refreshments
are planned.
Cantor Meyer Giss e r, of
Temple Zamora, will bless the
Hanukah candles, and there will
be a special musical program.
All guests are welcome.

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Marriages

KATZ-MORRISON.

The marri-
age of Betty Morrison, recently
of Detroit, daughter of Mrs.
Harry Morrison, to Joseph Katz,
of Miami Beach, Fla., was sol-
emnized on Nov. 12, in Coral
Gables, Fla. Rabbi Morris A.
Skop, of Temple Judea, offi-
ciated.
Following the ceremony, a
dinner was held in the Fleur
de Lis Room of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Katz
have taken up residence at 461
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Camp Petosega Reunion
Scheduled for Dec. 13

An invitation to all former
campers and staff members to
join in the annual reunion of
Camp Petosega was issued this
week by Leonard Baruch and
Bertrand Sandweiss, camp di-
rectors.
The reunion, to be held at
2:30 p.m., Dec. 13, at Beth
Aaron Synagogue, will feature
Dick Aptekar and the Cooley
High School .Band, movies of
the last camp season, dancing
and refreshments.
Friends and parents of camp-
ers also have been invited. For

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