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October 28, 1960 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-10-28

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Maxine Mallon Will
Wed Sheldon Grant

Fgewry

On the Ar

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Legend of
Lopez Trees" by Irwin Gonshak
is the fourth in a series of
episodes from American Jewish
history. At the close of the pro-
gram, there will be a short talk
by Arthur I. Darman of Woon-
socket, R.I., a former president
of the Rhode Island Cong. Bnai
Isr a el and prominent civic
leader. Aaron Lopez was a Jew-
ish merchant who fled the
Portuguese Inquisition during
the 18th century to settle in
Rhode Island. During the
American Revolution, while
seeking refuge from the British.
Lopez learned from a Negro
that his ships were being used
to bring slaves to the --States.
His reaction and his motivation
for the planting of two trees
in Worcester, Mass., are dramat-
ically portrayed. Cantor Robert
H. Segal will sing the liturgical
music.
*
*

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11:05 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "A Blueprint for
American Ref or m Judaism:
1960-1970" will feature a round-
up of highlights f r o m the
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations dedication cere-
monies for the newly expanded
11-story House of Living Juda-
ism in New York.
* * *
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
Time: 10 p.m., Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, secretary of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, will dis-
cuss the forthcoming Detroit
appearance of the Israel Phil-
harmonic Orchestra at the Bal-
four Concert sponsored an-
nually by the ZOD.
* * *
. . TO DWELL TOGETHER
_Time: 9:15 a.m., Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV, Channel
2.
Feature: "Where Shall We
Live?" a special program about
changing , neighborhoods, w i 11
' include participants Walter E.
Klein, executive director of the
Jewish ,Community Council Df
Metropolitan Detroit, Dr. Mel
J. Ravitz, professor of sociology
at Wayne State University, and
Louis Rosenzweig, Council vice-
president.
* * *
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m., Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
F ea t u r e: "Tribute to the
United Nations" will be pre-
sented as a special broadcast
to mark the 15th anniversar

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MISS MAXINE MALLON

Mr. and Mrs. Milford Mallon
of Webster Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Maxine Beverly, to
Sheldon Harvey Grant, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant of
Church Ave., Oak Park. A July
23 wedding is planned.

Borman Lectures
Begin at WSU

Prof. John A. Wilson, direc-
tor of the Oriental Institute at
the University of Chicago, de-
livered the first in the series
of Borman Near Eastern Lec-
tures at Wayne State Univer-
sity Wednesday.
Speaking on "Pharaoh of
Egypt and His P ubl icity
Agents," in the evening, Dr.
Wilson • identified the king of
Egypt with the success and pros-
perity of his nation.
These evidences, he said, are
visible in literature, art and
architecture. He said the set-
ting is very di 'f--:rent from mod-
ern times, but .hat the purposes
of ancient advertising were not
different from *hose of certain
modern dictators.
Leonard Kasle, member of
the Detroit Board of Educa-
tion, introduced the speaker.
The objectives' of the Borman
Lectures were outlined by Dr.
Abram Spiro, head of the
university's Department of
Near Eastern Languages and
Literatures.
In a lecture delivered in the
afternoon, before faculty and
students, Dr. Wilson spoke on
"Religious Reform in Ancient
Egypt" and described elements
in their religious system, isolat-
ing periods of revolutionary
change which they took as nor-
mal adjustment. He dealt with
the religious reforms of the
pharaoh called Akh-en-Aton and
the question of .monotheism in-
troduced into the ancient world.

`Howdy Hop' Heralds
Parent-Teacher Club's
h Season
F

am. J. Phillips,
the dance corn-
of th Henry Ford High
Par t-Teachers Club,
e first dance of
ces
ill be held from
so
. Nov. 4, at the

owdy Hop" will give
ents a chance to meet
dent body in a relaxed,
rmal, holiday atmosphere.
Fordites' friends from other
schools are invited.
Dancing will be to the music
of the all-student band, The
Universals. Dick Jones will be
plan' is may be ob-
or from mem-
at sch
ce committee
of the '
night of the
or before t
ance.
Mrs. Phillips
Worki
g members of
ittee: Mesdames
Harold Jones,
hultz, Arthur Jab-
Firmstone, Birger
ving Cohn, David
, Albert Myers, Phillip
Higer, Robert Bennett, Walter
Lion and Clarence Rocheleau.

~ nai q3ritit
Activities

ISRAEL CHAPTER, Bnai
Brith Young Men, will hold its
annual Halloween party begin-
ning 9 p.m. Saturday at 20166
Mark Twain. Featured will be
a "trick or treat" scavenger
hunt to gather things for the
children at Children's Hospital
who cannot go begging. The
following morning, the chapter
will entertain the children in
the wards and give them the
treats from the scavenger hunt.
The Chapter is seeking to adopt
a foster child, a Polish Jewish
girl living in Belgium, and is
waiting for confirmation from
the Foster Parents Organiza-
tion.
* * *
KEID AN LODGE AND
CHAPTER, Bnai Brith, an-
nounce a panel discussion en-
titled "Current Activities of the
Michigan Anti - Defamation
League of Bnai Brith" will be
held 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Rain-
bow Terrace. Featured will be
Oak Park Municipal Judge Bur-
ton Shifman, member of the
Michigan Regional Advisory
Board . of ADL, who will speak
on "Bigotry in the Current Po-
litical Campaign." Michael A.
Gaines, assistant regional di-
rector of ADL, will discuss the
local and national activities of
the American Nazi Party. Irv-
ing Flaschen, past president,
will be moderator. The meet-
ing is open to the publ .
* * *
HENRY M 0 •
LODGE, Bnai Br , w .1 giv
square dance
arty atu
evening at S r • le
Institute, ann • ne;
than, chairma of t
Refreshments
ill
e S. ye ,
Harold Weinst
's sc e 0
0
took first place
ent
golf tourney, follow ' • • y Presi-
dent Sid Cohn
for sec-
and.

James F. Grossman 'Ousts' Mayor

Miriani; Leads Boys' Coup d'Etat

A carefully planned "coup
d'etat" was perpetrated on the
City of Detroit yesterday with
James F. Grossman at the helm.
The 16-year-old Mumford High
School senior, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alan J. Grossman, 18045 Fair-
field, displaced Louis C. Miriani
as mayor in the ninth annual
Boys' Day observance.
A total of 48 boys, including
five from this community, as-

sumed the roles of elected and
appointed city officials for the
day.
The local boys included Howard
J. Schechter, 18637 Northlawn,
representing M u m f or d High
School and the Jewish Center,
as city clerk; Steven M. Lash,
18075 Littlefield, representing
Mumford High School and the
Jewish Center, as a councilman;
Arnold Mikon, 20050 Ardmore,
senting Mumford High
as Traffic Court judge;
Yeshiva Ladies
and
Schwartz, 19331 Strath-
resenting Mumford High
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