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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, January 13, 1961 —

Judith Katz to Wed
Robert M. Komorn

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

MISS JUDITH KATZ

At a family dinner at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
Katz of Santa Rosa Dr., the
engagement of their daughter,
Judith Gail, was announced to
Robert M. Komorn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Komorn of
Steel Ave.
The bride-elect is a sopho-
more at the University of Mich-
igan. Her f i a n c e attended
Wayne State University and is
presently a student at the Uni-
versity of Michigan Medical
School. An Aug. 21 wedding is
planned.

I JWV Activities

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
AUXILIARY will meet Monday
evening at the home of Minnie
Alpert, 20560 Rutherford. Co-
hostess will be Shirley Horo-
witz. Plans will be made for a
party at the Ann Arbor Veterans
Hospital, to be given jointly with
the Post.
*
LADIES AUXILIARY, Depart-
ment of Michigan JWV, will
crown a "Queen for a Day"—to
receive a five-day vacation for
two at Oakton Manor—at the
paid-up membership affair to be
held Feb. 21 at Cong. Bnai
Moshe, announces Mrs. Sidney
Cohen, chairman. A court of
honor will be comprised of those
who have brought three or more
women into JWVA since Febru-
ary, 1960. The contest is open to
all JWVA members.
*
*
BLOCH-ROSE, Lt. ROY
GREEN and ROBERT J.
RAFELSON AUXILIARY will
gather for a joint culture meet-
ing Tuesday evening at the JWV
Memorial Home. Mrs. Philip
Bernstein, past Department pres-
ident and past president of the
League of Jewish Women, will
speak on "The History of Jewish
Music". A social hour, with re-
freshments, will follow the lec-
ture. Guests are invited.

Rossen Is Elected
President of Hebrew
Benevolent Society

At the last general board
meeting of the Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society (C hesed Sh
Emes), Nathan P. Rossen w
elected to serve a third term
president of the institution.'
d
Also elected to serve a
e-
term were Louis Rose,
as-
president; Ben Schneider,
ing
urer; Solomon Rubin, rec
and
secretary; and Morris Do
Edward Miller, trustees.
by
To fill a vacancy crea
the demise of Peter S., old-
cted
stein, Harry Portner was
a trustee, also.

SPECIAL
Time: 4 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV, Channel 4.
Feature: Veteran actor Ever-
ett Sloane will narrate, , and
Maureen Stapleton, Walter Abel
and George Voskovec will por-
tray notable figures in educa-
tional history, in "A Question
of Chairs: The Challenge of
American Education". Produced
by Don Kellerman for the Pub-
lic Affairs Department of CBS
News in co-operation with the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, the program deals in dra-
matic form with problems faced
and overcome by American edu-
cation in its three-century evo-
lution. During the broadcast,
Henry E. Schultz, national chair-
man of the ADL, and Label
Katz, president of Bnai Brith,
will present the annual Ameri-
ca's Democratic Legacy Awards
of the ADL to the Presidents of
three universities: Nathan M.
Pused, Harvard; Rev. Theodore
M. Hesburgh, Notre Dame; and
Abram L. Sachar, Brandeis:
, Comedian Paul Lynde and
actors Mark Richman and Hend-
erson Forsythe also will take
part.

Srere Is Re-Elected
to Head Sinai Board

Women Pace-Setters
of Allied Campaign
Hear John S. Grauel

I.Vayburn-Ga-berman
Troth Announced

Members of the Women's
Pace-Setters Division of the
1961 Allied Jewish Campaign
will be addressed today by John
Stanley Grauel, Protestant mini-
v7.277 S t er, former
crew membe
of the refu
s,
ship Ex
eat
at the
b.
Lakes
Mrs. arold
inson,
A.
Pace Setter
chai an, re-
port hat the
mee g was
omen
for
from
who g
•$200 t
Mrs. Robinson
Mrs. Robinson expects t hat
the women raised more than
$50,000 at the meeting.
Assisting Mrs. Robinson were
Mesdames Leo Mellen, Alfred
L. Deutsch, David
Maxwell Jospey,
fer and Joseph
Mrs, Robins&
there are more
who gave be
$500.

-

MISS NANCY WAYBURN

Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Way-
burn of Canterbury Dr. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy, to Philip
Gaberman, son of Mrs. David
Gaberman of Oak Park and the
late Dr. David Gaberman.
The bride-to-be attended the
University of Arizona and
Wayne State University. Mr.
Gaberman is a graduate of
Wayne State.
nned.
A May 7 wedding

Orthodox L
Annual D •

ion of Abraham
The
Srer s preside' of the board
Hospital
of rustees of Sin
Julien
s ann•ed by
ri • , executive diirec
le c t ed as v e-pr idents
ere Max M. Fis r, ate S.
Shapero and M J. Zivian,
secre-
ec
Irwin Cohn
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BERNARD H.

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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 11 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Charles E.
Shulman of Riverdale Temple,
Riverdale, N.Y., will discuss
"What Is a Jew?"
* *
ETERNAL LIGHT - RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "These Are My
Brothers" , by Irwin Gonshak
will dramatize the story of Jo-
seph and his brothers, portray-
ing the axiom when evil deeds
are committed, every man bears
a part of the guilt.
*
Classified ads bring fast results!
. . . TO DWELL
Time: 9:15 a.m
Station: WJB
le an
Feature: "
be discu
Criminal" w
Dr. August . Kerber,
of educatio 1 so
PHOTOGRAPHERS
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Court Judg Wa
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utive Directo
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• Dick Stein Orchestra
with Dick Stein
• Zan Gilbert Orchestra
Very Continental
• Townsmen - Whittier
• Joe Oddo • Menjo's

PHOTOGR

Dr. Sams
dean of Y ivah Bet
and dir or of
Young
Council
presently ecutive
of 01
of the Un
Congregati
ual
be guest spe
odox
dinner of
n. 22 at
League, 6:30 p.m.
Cong. Dovid Ben Nuchim, 12837
Dexter.
The program also will feature
professional entertainment. Pro-
ceeds will go into the building
fund of the new ritualarium.' The
public is invited.
Chairmen in charge of tickets
and dinner arrangements are
Mrs. Rena . Feit and Mrs. Sho-
shana Gold.

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Future Lectures: February 3 and 24, 1961




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THE JEWISH HE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR..
Feature: "The World of Sho-
lem Aleichem" will be presented
by the Culture Commission of
the Jewish Community Council
in its weekly series of broad-
casts.

C

HOUR
. 10:15 p.m. S rday.
ation: WJLB.
ohn,
Feature: Dr. Sa
wish
ice-president of
hair-
Community C n
tions
t al
man Of its
the
'scu
committee,
egate
forthcomi
Assembly

OR o Hea Kle man
en Con rence

nerican
nch of
Detro
Labor ORT 1 hold s annual
brunch meeting 1 p.1 Sunday at
the Workmen's Ci e Center,
18240 W. Seven e. Speaker
will be Dr. Shma a Kleinman,
delegate to the orld Congress
ORT in Lo n, who visited
is in Italy and
T s
Israe
Members and friends are in-
vited.

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series "E" and series
United States Savings Bond
this: "E" Bonds are sold at 75
of their face value and interest
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years, 9 months). Series "H"
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for the life of the Bond (10 if you wish to retain your bal-
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