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January 15, 1960 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-01-15

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JUNIOR BODZIN FAMILY
CLUB will meet Sunday after-
noon at the home of Harriet
and Lionel Bodzin, 23550 Keno-
sha, Oak Park. The club will
welcome new members Robert
Bodzin and Dennis Podden.
* *
-MGM's suspenseful n e w
courtroom drama, "Libel," soon
will have its Detroit premiere
at the Trans-Lux Krim Theater,
Woodward at Six Mile Road,• it
was - announced by ERIC H.
ROSE, managing director.

Dr. WILLIAM C. DAVIDON
will speak on "The -Social Use
of Atomic Science" at 8 p.m.
Saturday at the McGregor Con-
ferenee Center, Kirby and Sec-
ond Ayes, under the auspices
of • the Democratic Socialist
Forum. Dr. Davidon is an asso-
ciate physicist at the Argonne
National Laboratory in Chicago.
He has been a research associ-
ate with the Enrico Fermi In-
stitute of Nuclear Studies at the
University of Chicago and is
chairman of the Atomic Scien-
tists of Chicago, a group study-
ing the impact of atomic science
on society. In 1958 he partici-
pated in the Kutzbuhel-Vienna
international conference of sci-
entists. The • meeting is open
to the public. Questions and dis-
cussion will follow the main
presentation.
* * *
RALPH BENSMAN and - I.
EARL BENSON, southern and
northern state managers, re-
sbectively, for the Old Equity
Life Insurance Co., will attend
the semi-annual state managers'
sales conference this weekend
at the company's home offices
in Evanston, Ill.
* * *
"The. Evolution of Liberal
Thought" will be discussed- by
the HIGH SCHOOL INTERNA-
TIONAL CLUB at 7:30 p.m.,
Monday, at the Parkman Branch
Library, Oakman at Linwood.
Dr. John Weiss, of Wayne State
University history department,
will be guest moderator. Panel-
ists will include Mark Green-
berg, of Mumford High School.

The second half of the Folk
Music Concerts, presented by
Bard Enterprises, will feature
four well-known artists who
will perform at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts and the Ford
Auditorium during 1969. The
artists who will appear are:
ROWENA, Jan. 16; THEODORE
BIKEL, Feb. 14; ODETTA,
March 18; SUSAN REED, April
23. All of the singers will ap-
pear at the Institute of Arts,
except Bikel, who will appear
at the Ford Auditorium.
* * *
BODZIN FAMILY CLUB will
meet at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Seligson, 3255 Stur-
tevant, at 8:30 p.m., Sunday.

*

The work of renowned Amer-
ican artist William Gropper will
be on exhibit Sunday through
Jan. 30 at GARELICK's GAL-
LERY, 20208- Livernois. Grop-
per's one-man showings have
been represented in museums
throughout the world, including
New York's Metropolitan Mu-
seum, Moscow's Museum of
Western Art, National Gallery
of Prague and the Tel-Aviv
Museum of Israel.
* *. *
Israel's. Ambassador AVRA-
HAM HARMAN will be the
principal speaker at the national
conference, • of American ORT
Federation in New York, Jan.
17, it was announced by Dr.
William Haber, president.
* * *
Rabbi MAX D. DAVIDSON,
president of the Synagogue
Council of America, has an-
nounced the 'appointment of
Rabbi THEODORE L. ADAMS,
past president of the Council,
and BENJAMIN LAZRUS, in-
dustrialist, to represent the or-
ganized Jewish religious com-
munity on, the board of directors
of the Conference on Jewish
Material Claims • Against Ger-
many. The Synagogue Council
representatives will attend the
board meeting of the German
Claims Conference starting Jan.
31.
* * *
Dr. HARRY M. ORLINSKY,
professor of Bible at the New
York School of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion, has been appointed a
lecturer at Union Theological
Seminary, according to an an-
nouncement by Dr. Henry P.
Van Dusen, UTS' president.
* * *
NORMAN PODHORETZ, a
30-year-old writer, critic and
teacher, has been named the
new editor of Commentary
Magazine, the American Jewish
Committee announced. Podho-
retz succeeds the late Elliot E.
Cohen who founded Commen-
tary under the auspices of the
American Jewish Committee in
1945 and was its editor until 'his
death last May.
* * •
-

MYRON D. STEIN has been
named resident manager , of
Harris & Co., Detroit's newest
brokerage firm, and has been
proposed for a general partner-
ship in the firm, general partner
Emanuel J. Harris announced.
* - * *,
.
Rabbi CHAIM TZVI KATZ,
educational director of the
Yavne High School for Girls
and. Teachers Institute, of Cleve-
land, 0., will visit Detroit dur-
ing the coming week in con-
nection with a scholarship cam-
paign. The money raised is
used to grant scholarship aid to
worthy students desirous of be-
coming Hebrew teachers: •

* *

NILA MAGIDOFF returns to Sid Shmarak's
Detroit Town Hall by popular
demand, Wednesday, with • a
brand new lecture, "My Return
to Russia," at Ford Auditorium.
Russian-born Nila is the wife
HELEN JACKMAN WAR-
of author-correspondent Robert
SHAW, travel consultant for-
Magidoff.
merly with the Elkin Travel
* * *
It was nearly three decades Service, is now associated with
ago that Brian Aherne arrived BOOK - COUZENS TRAVEL
on the American scene to play SERVICE, located at 19459 Jas.
the romantic Robert Browning Couzens, and'may be reached at
1-0967.
in "The Barretts of Wimpole BR 2-2400 or * UN
* *
Street," opposite Katherine
After many months of ex
Cornell. Now he is reunited
with Miss Cornell for the sixth perimenting with different, re-
time in "DEAR LIAR," Jerome cipes, LIBERMAN'S introduced
Kilty's witty tour-de-force, to their menu 16 varieties of
adapted from the intimate pancakes, with the best taken
letters of Bernard Shaw and from every country, each with
Mrs. Patrick Campbell. The its own individual topping,
production is presented by which can be garnished with
Guthrie McClintic and S. Hurok five different syrups, all made,
and will play a one-week en- (with the exception of the pure
gagement at the Shuber Theater maple syrup) blended and pre-
pared. by Murray Liberman.
beginning Monday, Jan. 25. .

Business Briefs

Urges Aid for
Freedom Forest

An appeal for community-
wide support of the project for
the planting of the Michigan
Section of the Freedom Forest,
near Jerusa-
lem, the ma-
j or current
undertaking of
the Jewish
National
Fund, was,
issued this
week by Mrs.
George L e
ner, president
of the Jewish •
National Fund
Ladies' Auxil-
iary.
T h e Auxi1-44..
iary, Mrs. Ler-

ner said, has Mrs. Lerner
pledged to plant 50,000 trees
in the Michigan Forest—which
will be one of the forests for
each of the 50 states and for
the District of ColUmbia—and
the Auxiliary hopes to fulfill
at least half of the pledge this
year.
The annual donor event,
which will culminate in the
annual Donor Tea, at Temple
Israel, at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 26, is the means being
used by the Auxiliary to secure
this year's goal of at least
$50,000.
Former Governor Theodore
R. McKeldin, of Maryland,
will be the guest speaker at
the Jan. 26 event. Sima Miller
will be the soloist and will
be accompanied by her hus-
band, Arnold Miller.
Mrs. William Levin is fund-
raising chairman. Her co-chair-
men are Mrs. Milton Winston
and Mrs. Ben Nosan.
A general meeting of the
JNF Ladies Auxiliary will be
held on Tuesday afternoon at
12:30 in. the Beth Aaron Syna-
gogue, Wyoming and Curtis.
Cantor Reuven Frankel of the
Shaarey Zedek will be guest
soloist. Appearin.g with him will
be Mrs. Penina Frankel. Bella
Goldberg will accompany Can-
tor Frankel on tfie piano.
Mrs: Levin reports this is the
last meeting .before . the annual
donor event.
Mrs. Philip Slomovitz, Tues-
day's program chairman, an-
nounces that a desert luncheon
is being prepared by Mrs. Abra-
ham Goldstein, social hostess.
Hostesses for the afternoon will
be Mesdames Nathan Cooper,
Dave Stuart, Harry Newcorn
and Morris Kraft.
For invitations to the donor
event on Jan. 26,• call Mrs.
Levin,- UN 4-7573; Mrs. Win-
ston, UN 2-5074, or Mrs. Ben
Nosan, VE 8,7245.

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The
United Arab Republic has in-
formed Dr. Ralph J. Bunche,
United Nat:ono Undersecretary
for Special Political Affairs,
that it would continue to deny
passage through the Suez Canal
for ships and cargoes originat-
ing in Israel, the New York
Times reported from Cairo.
Dr. Bunche visited Cairo to
discuss with the government of
the UAR its continued Suez
Canal blockade against Israel
on behalf of Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold. His visit
had been announced a month
ago, but when h.( arrived, the
Times said, lie could see only a
friend of President Gamal Ab-
del Nassar, Dr. 171urad Ghaleb.
Col. Nasser and the Foreign

Minister of the UAR were at
Aswan, participating in a cele-
bration for the start of work
on the new high dam there.
The refusal to alter the gov-
ernment's position on the anti-
Israel blockade was relayed to
Dr. Bunche in a 40-minute con-
ference with Dr. Ghaleb, ac-
cording to the Times.

DRIVING LESSONS

7

LESSON $ 25
COURSE
a
Dual Controls

Professional Instructors
Day or Evening

Appointments

Safeway Driver Training
TO- 9-7600
LI 2-6742

UNITED JEWISH FOLK SCHOOLS

19161 SCHAEFER (near 7 Mile Road)

Afternoon Hebrew and Yiddish School
Ages 7-13
Sunday School — Ages 5-6
Nursery School — Ages 31-5

Enrollment Now Taking Place For The Second Semester

Modern teaching of Hebrew language

Celebration of Holidays

Bar Mitzvah preparation

Transportation provided (except for
Sunday School)

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL UN 4-6319

9-THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, January

News Brevities

No Israeli Cargoes Throught Suez Canal,
UAR Tells Bunche on Visit to Cairo

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