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September 02, 1960 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-02

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Map Torch Drive Fund-Raising

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d tweens, ages 12-1 ,
- armed by the Jewish
ter, 18100 Meyers. BoyS may
register as a team or be assign-
ed to a team by the staff. .
Games 11 • e
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Centei
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p.m., 8
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On tAe Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

COUNCIL - ALTMAN HOUR

Time: 10 p.m., Saturday
Station: WJLB
Feature: Mrs. Sidney Eidel-
man, president of the Bnai
Brith Metropolitan Detroit Wo-
men's Council, will discuss the
role and activities of that or-
ganization.

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Northwest Detroit Torch Drive leaders met at the home
of Mrs. Jack Mann, 20161 Canterbury, to map plans for the annual
fund-raising drive which is to start on Oct. 8. Participants
included: Left to right: seated, Mrs. Mann, area chairman,
Mrs. Marvin B. Levy, division chairman, and Mrs. Charles
Wolpin; standing, Mrs. Harry A. Spector and Mrs. Morris H.
Kaner. Area leaders in Mrs. Mann division, not in the photo,
are Mrs. Leslie Rose and Mrs. I. Goldman, district chairmen.

Detroit Bnai Brith Council Slat
16th Annual Seminar Worksh

The metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council will hold its 16th
annual seminar-workshops Sept.
11 at the, Henrose Hotel.
The Seminar
• ed as
e.
a leadershi • and indoctri
on
course for dge officers and c
mittee c
men.
Feat
as the b
„speaker
at th cheon will be Ervine
Lay e/of Fargo, N.D., fir§t vice-
p sident of District Gra Lodge
o. 6 Bnai Brith.
Other diStinguish
t-of-tow
visitors who will
an ts will
of
C hicago,
rec-
tor, State
bert
• .C., na-
Z . Elkes
t ional Bn
me IP • ership di-

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rector; and Herbert
Levy of
Washington, D.C., na nal pro-
I gram director.
Workshops will be he in adult
I Jewish education, Ant efama-
tion League of Bnai Brit
lood
bank, Bnai Brith Hillel,
Brith Israel, Bnai Brith Youth
•Organization, bowling and ath-
etics, bulletin editors, citizens
nd civic affairs, community s
e and social welfare, fina al
ecretaries, fund-raising,
oc-
trination, membership, presi
ts,
programming, publicity, ret ion
and service committee fo the
armed forces and veterans.
The day's program will b
with registration from 8:15 a.
to 9:15 a.m., workshops -from
9:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2f30
p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Luncheon will
be served at 1 p.m. -
Heading the Seminar Program
Committee is Council Fourth
Vice-President Sol Moss. Assisting
Ms _th-e; arrahgentents are Frank
Blazofsky,- MHO Rappaport, Lillian
M. Burnstein, Pearl Handelman
and Hy Crystal. All Bnai Brith
imbibers and _friebds- are cor-
dially: invited- to attend.

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JWV Activities

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The Holidays A

BUY NO

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- ROBERT J. RAFELSON AU
ILIARY, JWV, will hold an ope
membership tea 12:30 p.m. Sept.
13 at the home of President Mrs.
Jack Iden, 10005 Elgin, Hunting-
ton Woods. Department presi-
dent Mrs. Albert Rosen will bring
greetings from the Department
of Michigan and Mrs. Morton Op-
penheim, past Department pres-
ident, will report on the national
convention held last month in
Miami Beach, Fla. Members are
urged to invite friends who are
eligible for JWVA to attend this
meeting.

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Offer Good September 5 thru

9

Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "Labor in Jewish
Tradition," a special progra
dedicated to Labor Day,
host participants Rabbi
im
Donin of Cong. Bnai Day' , Dr.
Leon Fram of Temple srael
and Rabbi Benjamin relick
of Beth Aaron Synago e.

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Statio •
JBK-TV
Fea re: Rabbi and Mrs.
ris dler will be guests on
special program, "We Saw
rael," during which they w
describ
ir lates
ip to t
Holy an

MES AG
Time - 11.
Stat .
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ROSENBERG
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rosen g,
15131 Sut land,
an-
nounce
t
their
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nd
r
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Park.

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Feat
ael•d-
. •ai Jeshurun,
stein
, wal discuss "Labor:
Ne•
ulwark of American Democ-
cy," another i the two-mon
Silver Anniv
y Year ser

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Time.
p.m.,
Station:
Feature:
e Psalms of
ill be •
and wond
ssed
by men of letters ark Van
Doren and
ce Samuel.
They also
ebate the ques-
whether the Psaltns
came easily to the Psalmist, or
whether they show the results
of painstaking labor which
marks much other
attire.

Cent
Pia

egiate
-24, of the Jew-
8100 Meyers, are
Cente
ing heir fal pro
pl
gra
ammi . . A
vi-
eaturing danc
ties, table an par
meets from 30 t
Wednesdays.
Temporary ficers ele
he group are. Chair
, Rosa-
ula Alper;
Stein; secret
e Galer; pro-
tr
gram chairman, Bob Leichtman;
publicity chairman, Marsha Fa-
bian; lounge chairman, Peter
Kroopnick.
For information call the
youth division, DI 1-4200.

Detroiters Host National
Phi Sigma Delta Parley

The Detroit alumni and Uni
versity of Detroit cha •
Phi Sigma Delta w
st the
1960 annual co
ion of the
national frat:
y, Sept. 8-11
n-Cadillac Hotel.
at the She-
Amon
e planned events
are a • ionaires party at the
Knoll od Country Cl di
ner
s at
ance at the
ac, midnight bowl' g,
Ca
b ge tournamen
ards banquet
tag af-
niversit
ir hosted by t
f Detroit's Alpha Lamb
hapter. For further informa-
tion, call Bernard Isenberg, D
1-9895.

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