100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

April 28, 1961 - Image 22

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-04-28

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

— Friday, April 28, 2861 — 22

THE DETROIT JEWISH NE

Pioneer Women `Toast to Israel'

ailM011111011411111M0111111.01111

■ 01•01.111=11.111M0

Fiewry

On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

DIRECTIONS '61

Detroit Pioneer Women leaders at a breakfast meeting
April 18 formulated plans for the Pioneer Women's "Bar
Mitzvah Toast to Israel" dessert luncheon to be held on behalf
of Israel Bonds 1 p.m. May 11 at the home of Mrs. Harry
Docks, 19765 Warrington. Leadirs are (left to right), seated:
Mesdames Dorothy Goodman, vice president of funds for
Brandeis chapter; Irma Katchke, co-chairman, Detroit Women's
Division, State of Israel Bonds; Ida Kay, associate chairman,
Women's Division and Israel Bond adviser to Pioneer' Women;
Carol Berman, regional adviser; Goldie Wasserman, presi-_
dent, Detroit Pioneer Women's Council; and Ruth Gosman,
Israel Bond chairman, Pioneer Women's Council. Standing:
Blanche Rose, president of Club 2; Freida Faigen, president of
Aviva chapter; Helen Posikov, treasurer of Brandeis chapter;
Zelda Levitt, executive board member; Chana Michlin, national
board member; Freda Metz, president of Negbah; Esther
Fishman, president of Avodah; Sylvia Stashefsky, member-
ship co-chairman, and Sarah Borman, associate chairman,
Israel Bonds Women's Division. Not shown are Mesdames
Helen Wyzan, vice president of education for Pioneer Women;
Margaret Lome, Bond chairman of Club 2; and Bessie Berris,
president of Hanita.

Appoint Avram Charlip
National Life Agent

Avram B. Charlip has been

appointed General Agent for
Bankers National Life Insur-
ance Co: of Montclair, N.J. An
insurance salesman for- the past
four years, •Charlip will handle
all forms of life, health and
group insurance for , the com-
pany from his office at 15756
Wyoming.
A native of Detroit, Charlip
is a graduate of Central High
School and the University of
Michigan. He is a member of
several life insurance associa-
tions, and is also a trustee
the Metropolitan Detroit B
Brith Council, Director of
Metropolitan Division, A
Jewish Campaign of the Je
Welfare Federation, and a

ber of the University of
gan Club.

Eric Rose

And His

CONTINENTAL ORCHES

UN 3-7626

.

• •

Plan now for an evening of
fun at Hazel Park's new
$1,250,000 Ultra-Modern Club-
house.

Time: 2:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: . WXYZ-TV, Channel 7
Feature: "The Creative Spirit
of Man," with contributions in
various art media which derive
from Biblical inspiration, will
be presented. Included will be
a reading by character actor
Frederick O'Neal of the poem
"Creation" by James Weldon
Johnson; paintings by Marc
Chagall and sculpture works by
Jacques Lipschitz, the. signifi-
cance of which will be discussed
in relation to their expression
of man's piety and creativity;
and musical selections by Mar-
tha Schlamme. Chaim Gross will
be a guest, and Theodore Bikel
will serve as editor and host.
* *

THE ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunda

Station: WWJ
Feature: "Th
o
and I,"
in commemo ion
the holi-
day of Lag
m will tell the
story of ou boy's experi-
ence wit natu • and the cr a-
tions o od.
* * *
SSAGE 0
Boaz Siegel, Wayne
Ti : 11:05 p.
Law Professor, to
St on: WXYZ
Fe ure: Rob i liam F
Advise on Con-Con
mple Isr
Boaz Siegel, 18055 Mark Rose lum of
rk, will
cuss "W
Twain, professor of law at Wayne New
all Ye Be.
State University, has been named some
* * *
a- member of the Constitutional
COU
-ALTM
OUR
Convention • Citizens Advisory
Time: 10 p.
aturday
Committee.
Station: WJLB
Siegel has been asked, along
Feature: Dr. Abram Spiro,
with the other members of the
Committee, to undertake studies chairman of the Department of
of the provisions of the present Near Eastern Languages and
at Wayne State Uni-
constitution relating to • the ju- Literatures
dicial department of state Bov- versity, will discuss the forth-
coming Conference on the Liter-
e The Committee will de- ary Heritage of the Near East.
ermine
t provisions require
* * *
modernizati
and the alterna- . . . TO. DWELL TOGETHER
ti .e methods f modifying them
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
o provid` f a better body of
Station: WJBK-TV, Channel 2
basic law el ing to the courts.
Feature: "Wayne Conference
on Near Eastern Studies" will
Tours for
present Dr. J. Russell Bright,
dear of the College of Liberal
ealth Week
State Home and Arto at Wayne State University
chool will hold an and Dr. Abram Spiro, chair
se 1 p.m: to 3 p.m. of the WSU department
s part of Mental Health Eastern Languages a
which is being celebrated tures. ,
* *
ghout the country through
THE JEWISH
6. Tours of the institution
will be conducted at 1 and 2
Time: 11:30
p.m. The public is invited.
Station: WC
Feature: L
and Kasle, me
ber of the De it Board of
cation, Dr.
lfred H.
chairman of e Depa
History at
ne St
sity, and Dr.
am ro,
man of the W
departm
Near Eastern
nguages
iteratures, wi
'scuss
ar East Literar
ritage."

To Observe Grade's
Birthday at Jewish
High School Event

Dr. Lawrence Seltzer
Named WSU Franklin
Memorial Professor

Hayim Grade, Yiddish novel-
ist and poet, will celebrate his
50th birthday in Detroit as the
guest of the United Jewish High
School May 5 in the Schaver
auditorium of the Hayim Green-
berg Center, 19161 Schaefer.
Grade will lecture on the
"Cultural Life of Jewry in
South America" and Lana Shet-
zer, singer, and Gertrude
stein, pianist, will pe
This affair will
mark
the opening of
nference
on the Jewis
School,
arranged by
e ool boards
of the Hayi Gree berg Schoo
Arbeiter
ing and S
Aleiche
Schools.
der, ch man of t
Jewish igh School,
matters ertaining t
method gy and co-o
ation
will be
cussed.
The se
d
on of the
School con e ence will take
place May 6 at Shalom Aleich-
em Institute.

Dr. Lawrence H. Seltzer, pro-
fessor of economics, has been
named the Leo M. Franklin Me-
morial Professor in Human Rela-
tions for 1962 by Dr. Clarence
B. Hilberry, Wayne State Uni-
versity president.
Seltzer, who holds three aca-
demic degrees from the • Univer-
s of Michigan, is former chair-
f the department of eco-
He first came to Wayne
1921.
any national posts he

include head economist
e U.S. Treasury Depart-.
rom 1934 to 1939. He is
a consultant' for the treas-
department.

and His Orchestra

Ask About

NEW TRIO

For Afternoon Parties

DI 1-1609

An Unforgettable Summer

AT YOUNG ISRAEL

eAMP SHOR
OYS and GIRLS; AGES 6-14

ATES : $400 - 8 Weeks; $210 - 4 Weeks

• uality Staff • Beautiful Filtered Swimming Poo l

Complete Program • Dietary Laws Observed

For Information Write or Call:
Edward Traurig, B.S. in Education (Detroit School System),
Resident Camp Director, 23081 CLOVERLAWN, OAK PARK,
LI 4-2344.

Wm]
THE REAL
THING!

at GRAND CIRCUS

PARK

NEVER BEFORE SHOWN
ABOUT HITLER'S REICH!

EVERY FOOT OF FILM AUTHENTIC
FROM SECRET NAZI ARCHIVES!

enzweig in Race
Con-Con Delegate

c;;C•••• ....

RACI
POS

Special Club Parties for Groups

from fifty to one-thousand.

For reservations or further information
call . . . Don Ridler LI 2-5170

HAZEL PARKJHARNESS RACEWAY

10 MILE at DEQUINDRE

HAZEL PARK, MICH.

uis Rosenzweig (Dem.), De-
attorney, announces his
didacy for delegate to the
nstitutional Convention from
e 10th Legislative District.
Rosenzweig, 18246 Appoline, is
a graduate of the Detroit College
of Law and has been a practicing
attorney for 37 years. Active in
many civic •organizations, he is
a past President of Bnai Brith
Pisgah • Lodge; a past president
of the Greater Detroit Bnai
Brith Council; vice-president and
member of the executive com-
mittee and chairman of the Com-
munity Relations Committee of
the Jewish Community Council
HEAR FROM
of Metropolitan Detroit.
HITLER'S
He was appointed a Commis-
OWN
LIPS...
sioner of the Fair Employment
THE RAGING
Practices Commission by former
WORDS THAT
Governor G. Mennen Williams
and recently re - appointed by SHOOK THE WORLD!'
Governor Swainson.

""xt•AT •

THE TERRIFYING RISE AND
RUIN OF HITLER'S REICH!

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan