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March 24, 1961 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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Coleman-Bircoll
Rites Solemnized

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

Time: 8:30 p.m. today.
Station: Channel 56.
Feature: D,o c t ors Herschel
Zackheim, Benjamin Mihy and
Stanley Greenberg will partici-
pate in a program devoted to
"Dermitology."

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PASSOVER SPECIALS
Time: 2 p.m. Sunday

Air Women Ask No Thanks,

Just

d

and Mesdames Lewis B. Daniels,
Henry Wineman, Hyman Broder,
Harry L. Jones and Abraham
Cooper have been Women's Divi-
sion officers and members since
its inception.
But none expects special recog-
nition for years of service. "We
have 13,000 members," Mrs:
Baruch said._ "All 13,000 should
be honored."

Better Community

By CHARLOTTE HYAMS

There's something special
about the unsung heroines of the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
For 15 years the Women's
Division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation has quietly but signif-
icantly bolstered the treasuries
of the United Jewish Appeal an
some fifty local cause s.
what's more, the 13,000 mem
aren't even tired.
They're "paid well" for
services, according to Mrs. H .
E. August, Women's Divis i
president. "Our payment is
satisfaction. We get a great deal
of it in working for the commun-
ity, enriching our own lives and
safeguarding our families." She
added that it is the women who
open the drive for funds in the
fall, who set the tone for th e
community, who bring the Cam
paign into the , home and make
it a household word.

paign without a good education
program," Mrs. Baruch pointed
out. "Our people have to know
and explain just where that
money is going. That task is
doubly ha e are
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SO m
agencies
he commun . is still gr

ROSENBLAT ORCHESTRA
Detroit's Favorite M.C.
and His Entertainment
Specialty—
Weddings & Bar Mitzvahs
UN 4-0237
KE 8-1291

Leadersh' trft.dLe a
meetings
to acquaint
munity
Fe
on
and areal springbo
or po-
tential leaders.
this
a serie
e
for each
gift-gi
u . pre-
aign
($5
and
r)
et
0 to
ui
100 to $
oters
2
o $100)
general
cita-
tion (unde $50).
Mrs. Baruch
d that in

Station: WWJ-TV, Channel 4
Feature: "Passage to Free-
dom" will convey the message
Vacation-Temporary-Wake-up
MRS. HERBERT BIRCOLL
of Passover through - the story
of Henrietta Szold and her lead-
Patricia Fern Coleman was ership
of Youth Aliyah, _ the
wed to Dr. Herbert Leon Bir- modern
exodus of thousands of
coil in a candlelight ceremony
VE 7-6701
performed Jan. 29 by Rabbi children from Hitler-dominated

-Jacob Segal and Cantor Nicho- Europe. Written by Joseph Min-
del,
the
broadcast
is
live
from
las Fenakel at Adas Shalom Syn-
he Wome
1
the Jewish Theological Semin-
agogue. • _
ith
ame courtes
ary in New York.
no
The neWlYwedi are the chil
Cr the -ize of her contri-
* *
That the Campaign is becom- b
Aren of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
, n. To cater to differe t capa-
ing a family affair is witnessed
Time; 10:30 a.m. Sunday
Coleman of Santa Barbara Dr.
ties, the a
e g . t ange
by
the
number
of
junior
divi-
Station:
WJR
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bircoll of
• 'eakdown
this
sion
workers
brought
into
the
Feature: "The Passover Sed-
• Dick Stein Orchestra
Coyle Ave.
year.
Federation through the inter-
er",
a
special
broadcast
in
cele-
with Dick Stein
The bride wore a full-length bration of the Jewish Festival est of their parents. Example:
But the
c pa'
gown of pure ivory satin with
itself
is
one
the oldest i
• Zan Gilbert Orchestra
e
the children of Mrs. Harry E.
a scoop neckline. Her whole of Freedom, will be presented August.
country a erves as a
odel
Very Continental
by
the
Culture
Commission
of
gown, long sleeves and detach-
or many other comm
y cam-
the
Jewish
Community
Council
Another
active
member,
Mrs.
• Townsmen • Whittier
able cathedral train were ap-
igns.
pliqued with little seeded pearls of Metropolitan Detroit. Rabbi Harry L. Jones gained an early
me
worke
• Joe Oddo • Menlo's
e
Mrs.
Dora
Irwin
Groner
of
Cong.
Shaarey
interest
in
the
a n d re-embroidered Alencon
president of the
father, A
lace. Her English silk illusion Zedek will deliver the semon- Campaign fr
KE 5-2604
tire Campaign, Mrs. August
chairman. Her
veil was held in place with a ette, and a rich musical pro- Kasle, a
gram
of
appropriate
liturgical
sister-in-
rs.
Ben
Jones,
is
double tiara crown, decorated
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camp i
chairman of the
FOR THE PERMANENT and FAULTLESS REMOVAL OF
with little seeded pearls to selections will be presented.
4(
*
*
*
Worn
's visio
match her gown. She carried
U'NWANTED HAIR
.
DIRECTIONS '61
4c
a mother of pearl Bible with
CONSULT
s on Sun
4c
Time: 2:30 p.m. Sunday
two white orchids and streamers
a n tuber of f
ROSE BECKER
le
of stephanotis.
Station: WXYZ-TV, Channel 7 at t e 10 Mile
The Country's Leading Electrologist
mm ty•
4(
ic
WO
2-7288
616 David Stott Bldg. 4(
Mrs. Sidney Lifton was ma- - Feature: Theodore Bikel will Ce r where
a Lichter, *
Tuesday Only
Northwest Section
UN 2-3355
is
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were resume his role as editor and g e • r al soli
ion chairma
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Sandra Katz, Rosa Moor and host of the religious series, and
00 workers will coni
e
Mrs. L e o n a r d Mege. Junior which, this month will feature their • or-to-door repor
his
" bridesmaids included Anita the "Jewish Perspective." A annual
Day, "Gr
ay for
Ross, Susan Sarko, Marsha different approach to the Exo- Giving,"
al tradition
Weingarden and Barbara Ross, dus will be assumed by guest with the Women's Division.
Yehiel Aronowitz, captain of the
flower girl. •
. f.
But for the 1 1
Under the Personal Supervision of
Melvin , Bircoll s e r v e d his S.S. Exodus which carried Jew- workers and
ow
borther as best man. Ushers ish survivors of World War II bers—who
ude a
men
were Arnold Coleman, Walter to Israel. Ovadya and Hadassah contribut .
to the •
in their
Baduch,
members
of
the
Israel
Coleman, brothers of the bride,
own
es — the Campaign is
and Dr. Mathew Borovoy. Junior Inbal Dance Group, will -per- nine
ore
than doorbel ringing
ushers included Alan Barsky, form, and Bikel will introduce
Is Equipped to Satisfy ALL Your
I
s
an
all-y
David Barsky and Howard Bar- the television audience to the w
Women'
io
ex
-
Hagadah with song and story.
sky.
Jewelry Needs and Repairs.
ti
director rs.
a aruch
The Couple spent a two-week The script is by Marc Siegel.
c s "a two-p nged ogram of
* * *
-
honeymoon in Florida and are
Special Order Work If Requested.
e cation an ca
ign." T
now living. on West Ten Mile
ETERNAL LIGHT
e •ctiveness
f that "
Rd. in Oak Park.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
" is prov
by
p nged prog
Station: WWJ
t proceeds of the past
years
Feature: "Bitter Herb" by
7,979,313. In
they
Joseph Mindel will portray the rai
13 percen
the total
story of how a group of Union cam

r
15750 LIVERNOIS
DI 1-5511
"THE LEAGUE OF GEN- soldiers prepared for a Passover
"You
have a good cam-
TLEMEN" will have its Detroit Seder during the Civil War
premiere at the' Trans"-Lux Krim Speaker will be Dr. Abram

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Theater - following "Ballad of a Kanof of Brooklyn, chairman of
Soldier" which is the current the Jewish Theological Semin-
attraction. -
ary's Jewish Museum and newly
* * *
elected president of the Ameri-

An :El Al Israel Airlines' can Jewish Historical Society.
* * *
Boeing '707 long-range jet,
13400 W. 7 MILE RD. cor. SNOWDEN
DI 1-4525
macalaGtrrt3o
dubbed. the "SHERATON-TEL
THE. JEWISH HERITAGE
WE
HAVE THE LARGEST & BEST SELECTION OF POULTRY & FRESH FISH
AVIV SPECIAL," left New
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
York's International Airport
Station: WCAR
carrying Sheraton officials and
Feature: "Exodus
FREE! One Bag of
FREE! One
other dignitaries to the open- dom", a dramatic
cast in
SSOVER
CANDIES
PASCAL
CELERY
ing of the Sheraton-Tel Aviv celebration of
over, will
With $5 Purchase of
Hotel, that comp-any's first hotel include as
ipants Cantor
With $3 Purchase of
outside the continental United Reuven F
Poultry or Fish
of Cong. aa-
Fruits or Vegetables
States.
rey Zeds
b
Leslie
* * *
Harokl'IC nigsberg.
* *
BOB NEWHART, but t on-
Killed
Young Hen
down mind et al, will make his • • • T DWELL
first appearance in Detroit 8:30
Tim 9:15 a*.int. SU ay
p.m. April 8 at Ford Audito-
Sta n: WJ -TV, -
nnel 2
29Ib
rium as part of his nationwide
Fe ure: "P
r
srael",
tour. With him will be the a fil prese
of the Jew-
Chad Mitchell Trio, acclaimed ish estival- o
dom in
OPEN THIS SUNDAY (MARCH 26) ALL DAY
as one of the finest folk groups rael will be broa st.

COYLE TELEPHONE
ANSWERING 'SERVICE

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DELAINE'S NEW JEWELRY DEPARTMENT

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• * *

Mrs. John A. -Heavenrich will
be one of the hostesses next

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T ie: 10 p.m., Sat

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St 'on: WJLB_
Fe
In M. Laikin,
week when CHILDREN'S HOS-
PITAL observes its 75th birth- member
e 18th annual De-
day. It was the city's civic troit Warsaw, Ghetto Uprising

minded women who first orga-
nized the hospital to take care
of Detroit's poor children. Mrs.
Heavenrich, presently a mem-
ber of the board, has served for
50 years.

Commemoration Planning Com-
mittee will discuSs the signifi-
cance and progr am of that
event.

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