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July 07, 1961 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-07

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Advance Gifts Committee Plans
for United Foundation Torch Drive

Brina Sporn Weds
Ned Reinstein

e•wry



On the Ar

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

of Jewish Interest

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 11:05 p.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: In a special salute
to the American southland,
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard of
Temple Beth Am, South Miami,
Fla., will discuss the theme "Is
God Dead?"

*

* *

THE ETERNAL LIGHT

Polish Epic Film Now
Appearing in Detroit

A motion picture internation-
ally acclaimed as the greatest
film- ever made in Poland has
its Detroit premiere Saturday
at the Farnum Theater in Ham-
tramck.
Brought to the United States
by Amerpol Enterprises, "The
Knights Of The Teutonic
Order," in Eastman Color and
Cinemascope, is a three - hour
long epic that features thirty
minutes of raging panoramic
battle scenes between German
Teutonic knights and Polish
Lithuanian, Slavic and Baltic
nations. This film is based on
the novel "Teutonic Knights"
by Henryk Sienkiewicz, Nobel
prize winning- author of "Quo
Vadis."
The Detroit showing at the
Farnum Theater, on Jos. Cam-
pau at Hanley, will run from
July 10 to 23, with two show-
ings daily and three showings
on Saturdays and Sundays. (In
ish, with English sub-titles.)

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: Mark Van Doren
MRS. NED REINSTEIN
and Maurice Samuel will dis-
Brina Rose Sporn and Ned
cuss "Jacob and His Varied Re-
lationships" as the seventh in Mark Reinstein exchanged rings
a series of 15 dialogues entitled and vows July 2 at Temple
Israel.'
"Love, Human and Divine."
* * *
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Sp
TO DWELL TOGETHER
ington Woods
Tme:
i
9:15 a.m. Sunday
ads bring fast results!
t
in of Ne
Sation:
WJBK-TV, Channel 2 Herman
The
e
wore an ivory
Fature:
Rabbi Moses Lehr-
AS CHAIRMEN of the Advance Gifts Committee for the
own with
man , spiritual leader of Cong. de
1961 Torch Drive, Mrs. Gerald Slattery, Abe Shiffman and
ers em
Bna i Moshe will discuss the Pe
Mrs. Harry L. James (from left), met at the Detroit Club last - customss and ceremonies which
bodice
of
week for preliminary briefings on their assignments. Not pic-
Fine Photography
lencon la
ad a
mar the Jewish life cycle in a
tured is C. W. Sucher, a co-chairman with Shiffman.
Candids
Professionally Finished
chapel
train.
dpie
presentation• entitled "Religiou
For Appointment Phone
of silk roses II a p
Veil
Mil stone in Jewish Life."
* * *
S. LEIBICK
KE 1-0104
silk illusion. She c
led -
Mother of Bride Tells Her Woes:
quet of white o
ids,
CUNCIL-ALTMAN HOU
• otis and ivy.
Tim e: 10 p.m. Saturday
Donna
Sttion:
a
WJLB
Fe ature: Mrs. Martin
mark, president of the Leag
For mothers of brides, "It Was to a Louisville businessman and of ewish
J
Women's Organiza-
Just a Simple Wedding,"_ by Sara is active in Louisville Hadassah, tions, will discuss the role and Reva
Kasdan, published by Vanguard Council of Jewish Women and activities of that organization. lord
* * *
Press (424 Madison, N.Y. 17) the Labor Zionist Organization,
Y
was best man.
may be just a recapitulation of and in Jewish Center and other
re Michael Feldman
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
a revealing experience.
communal affairs. She has done
ork, Robe
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Arbor, Mic
Station: WCAR
For all readers of this humor- well with both her books—by
Sporn, br. A. -
ous tale, however, it will be making her readers laugh. The
Feature: "Digging in the H
After a s n6 ea the ne
entertainment from beginning to new book, "It Was Just a Small Land," a special broadcast ab
Wedding," will be enjoyed as the recent archaeological
end.
weds depart • for New
where t embarke
As in her earlier book, "Love well as her earlier "Love and coveries, will be presented
Caribbean cruise.
Dr. Immanuel Ben Dor,
and Knishes,", Mrs. Kasdan dis- Knishes."
thority on the- archaeology
plays a marvelous sense of
Israel and former Deputy Di
humor. She knows her characters Sidney Raizman Will
well, she has a knowledge of the Address Jewish Studies rector of the Department of
Antiquities of the State of
social life of Jewish women and
Israel (he served as special ad-
is acquainted with Jewish cere- Congress in -Jerusalem
Sidney J. Raizman, 18674 visor in the recent underwater
monials. All these serve her well
in her account of a mother who Freeland, has been invited to exploration's of the ancient
d Dr.
am
is preparing for her daughter's present an historical paper on of Caesaria
d Biblica
cholar
"Traces of Jewish Thought in Spiro,
wedding.
irman of
Wayne
It was to have been a small Brazilian Folklore" at the third and
niversity D
rtment of
wedding. But she had not counted world Congress of Jewish Studies Stat
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy'.
Ne
Eastern
guages and
on the mother of the bridegroom, July 25-Aug. 1 in Jerusalem.
.
or "Bon Voyage"
A native of Brazil, he came to L . ratures:
who is constantly reported as
more important than what you say is
being in anger, without revealing Detroit in 1946 after the late
how vou say it. Expressions ot sym-
the causes until the bride's dictator closed the Yiddish-lang-
pathy test wishes or congratulations
ugarine
ial Help
are
much more effective with a gift
uage
daily
newspaper
of
which
mother does some guessing.
basket that speaks for you in an
ou
F
.
St
Then follow a series of conces- he was editor in Sao Paulo. Now
eye-appealing taste-tempting and sat-
isfying manner
sions. It's the bridegroom's a printer with the Detroit Fre YeRr's
For your • next celebration whatever
mother who swells the invitation Press, Raizman is internationall
the occasion. order from our large
If you are h
g your
variety of champagnes wines and
list. She hints that a relative is known for his studies in Jewis
liquors by the bottle or case
a good photographer, and he gets lore. He has contributed man weight .a and 1 a pounds, an
to meet your needs. •
et want o- fit to that go
the job. She suggests the baker, articles in four languages to van
ooking
b
hing
suit
you
b
Call UN 2-6800 ... and CHARGE
the florist, the dinner. It was to ous Jewish publications.
0 poun
e to
ago, -you'll
have been a -reception, but every
e up 70, 0 calories
times
time the bridegroom's mother Detroit Concert Band
ach your
0) in order, to
AfiriT kg kr.
was to have said "wedding" she
3205 W. McNICHOLS RD, (at Wilcitsmt
ge
n 90 days.
said "dinner," and a dinner it Concert Schedule
DETROIT 21. MICHIGAN
was.
Herschel Leib, conductor,
A
s is not difficult
Instead of the small group, it will present the Detroit Concert if you start giving the lean, fed
turned out to be hundreds, and Band with baritone William De- meats and green, leafly vegeta-
the complications grew and grew Maria as soloist in concert this bles and salads a good play right
—all apparently in good spirit, week at the following parks:
away. And to really make sure
but enough to drive the mother
Monday, O'Shea Center; Capi- you'll lose that excess pound-
of the bride to another scotch tol and Greenfield; Tuesday, age, watch out for tempting
and water.
Patton Park, Woodmere and starchy foods, fats and swee
Of course, the father of the Vernor; Wednesday, Peterson —particularly sweet !
bride also played his. role. For Park, Curtis and Greenfield;
Since many
well-
the sake of peace, let it be Thursday, Stoepel Park, Ever- sweetened c
, cereal
another. $500—and if we already green and Outer Drive; and and other ids
beverages,
settled on that first additional Friday, Palmer Park, Hamilton this can
pitfall!
PU BEEF
$500, why quibble about another and Ponchartrain.
How
and more peo-
$500?
ring
the
pleasure
ple
art
Plu
Juicy
The program includes: -
1. March from "Aida"
Verdi of u
Of course, the colored maid
new non - caloric
Burstin with Flavor
Z. Overture "La Gazza Ladra"
also plays a role in the drama,
Rossini liqu s eeteners such as
Enj v Superior
which must be treated as plain
3. "Acceleration" Waltzes _Strauss Sug ne, the first c
Wiln•osher Salami
4.
"Nadine"
Henton
experience in the life of the
liq
sweetener
p
(Saxophone Solo—
an' ologna too!
bride's mother.
me this nee
Edward Davison)
5. "Music Man" Selections
At Leading
It even comes to the sugges-
slimmi
st
Rodgers
el icatessens,
tion, "let's call the whole thing
n g
6. "Sabre Dance"
Khachaturian this ne diet
7. "Hungarian Dances"
Dvorak Sug
off"—which doesn't happen, of
e in pl
high
upermarkets and
8. "Deep In My Heart" ....Romberg
course. Even when all appears
calo
sugars
n make all
(William DeMaria—Baritone)
Restaurants.
9. "Il Guarany"
Gomez the
rosy, there are new complica-
e world in
rence
tions. But the bride reached
your
paign o be a slim,
Cloud Nine and all ends well— Vladimiritzer Picnic
_er on your favori
trim s
only to start all over again, when
just a few
Vladimiritzer Emergency Re- beach
the bride's sister announces her lief - Society will hold a picnic months!
engagement on the wedding day. Sunday at Stoepel Park No. 1,
FRANKF.URTERS CORNED BEEF • BOLOGNA • 74.."— *.
Mrs. Kasdan, born in Arkansas, W. Outer Dr. at Evergreen, an-
The University of Michigan
who spent her childhood in Jop- nounces Laths Rose, - chairman.
Speech Improvement C 1 i n i c,
Distributed in Detroit & Michigan by
lin, Mo., was active in dramatics
Friends are invited. For infor- founded in 1932, was the first
JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit Tel: UN 2-5822
In her school days. She is married mation, call Rose, DI 1-2311.
of its kind in the nation.

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`It Was Just a Simple Wedding'

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