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November 17, 1961 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-17

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Schumer Greeted by Ben-Gurion

Carol Norber Will
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The exhibition of the paint-
ings and drawings of Julian
Levi, which commenced on
Sunday at the Anna L. Werbe
Galleries, 19458 Livernois, is
attracting community-wide in-
terest.
Levi, recognized as one of
the distinguished artists of this
era, is represented in the ex-
hibition by a number of most
impressive works.

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest

ETERNAL LIGHT, TV

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ-TV, Channel 4.
Feature: "No Wreath and No
Trumpet," based on the life of
poet Emma Lazarus and writ-
ten by Morton Wishengrad,
will- be presented.

The exhibition will con-
tinue at the. Werbe Galleries
for another week.

* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT, RADIO

Schumer, chairman, Detroit Labor Zionist-Lands-
mnshaften Israel Bond campaign, was greeted by Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion, on his recent trip to Israel. Levi
Eshkol, Israel finance minister (left) took part in the confer-
ence. Schumer was the chairman of the Israel Bar Mitzvah
Celebration held last June 29 in honor of the late Morris L.
Schaver, when $200,000 in Israel Bonds were purchased. The
David Ben-Gurion 75th birthday tribute dinner, with Robert
Briscoe, Lord Mayor of Dublin, Ireland, as guest, will be held
this Saturday evening, at the Statler-Hilton Hotel. Morris W.
Berinstein, who was national chairman of the United Jewish
Appeal from 1958 through 1960, will be one of the speakers at
the affair sponsored by the Detroit Israel Bond Committee.

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Our Uncle Arthur,"
the' story of how a happy fam-
ily is taught the meaning of
giving thanks by their 75-year-
old Uncle Arthur, on Thanks-
giving Day, will be featured.
The script was adapted by Vir-
ginia Mazer from an article by
Frances Koestler which ap-
peared in the Bnai Brith Na-
tional Jewish Monthly.
* *

JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
F eat u r e: "Drive to Stay
Alive" will feature Rabbi Israel
Halpern of Cong. Beth Abra-
ham, Garnet M. Griffin, public
relations director, Traffic
Safety Association, and Sgt.
Arthur Deconinck of the De-
troit Police Department Traffic
Safety Bureau.
• * *
Russia is by capturing the
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
moon. So, on a moonlit night,
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
they fill a barrel with borscht
Station. WJLB.
and put it under the moon. At
Feature: Isadore L. Shro-
daybreak they seal the barrel
with the moon in it. A peace deck, chairman of the Labor
treaty is signed by the rulers Zionist Council of Detroit will
of the world, Mrs. Kennedy discuss the forthcoming visit of
and Mrs. Krushchev, but when the Hon. Meir Argov, chairman
the barrel is opened the melon of the Security Committee of
is gone! After all, a new moon the Israeli Knesset.
*
*
rises every month.
An honorable mention went . . TO DWELL TOGETHER
to the Phi Sigma Delta Fra- _ Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunda
ast).
Station:" WJBK (Si
ternity. for the quartet in its
riving
Feature: "Let
production of "The Perfect
be pre-
Protect Other '
Girl."
to ision and
Judging the event were John sented ov
Bingley, assistant dean of men, radio (si • cast) with Rabbi
er of ong. Shaarey
and instructors in the English, Irwin G
Zedek,- onald Slutz, managing,
art and speech departments.
Traffic Safety Associ-
Pr o c e e d s, which ; have direct
d Wil
amounted to as much as $4,000 ation,
ffic,
in past years, go to the United horn, irecto
lice De
troit
Jewish Appeal.

U of M Fraternities, Sororities
Star in 13th "Hillelzapoppin"

By SHARYANNE WINER

"To Helm Mit You" was the
theme of the 13th annual Hil-
lelzapoppin presented by the
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation
at the University of Michigan
Hill Auditorium last Saturday.
Winner of the traveling
trophy for the second straight
year was Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority, which staged a pro-
duction of "Sewer in Helm."
In the small sewer of Helm,
a body of underground agents
decide that the purpose of their
organization is to achieve world
power. But first they must find
an answer to the question,
"What is power?" This they
feel can be accomplished by
sending spies to the already
powerful countries; the United
States, Russia and China. After
a brief visit to each country
the spies return with contrast-
ing answers — each reflecting
the Social organization of the
nation they visited.
Tieing for second place were
The Bnai Brith Metropolitan
Delta Phi Epsilon and Phi Council delegates conference
Sigma Sigma sororities.
8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Delta Phi Epsilon's skit
"Youth Wants to Know" takes
nster's School
place in
ette where
and
of Dan
to inter- -
are tang
child
_properly. Ho ver, it is
rel
• matic exper'en for Miss
a
discovers
nster when
tiate be-
e cannot
girls in
een the

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The Men's .Club of Adas Sha-
lom Synagogue will present the
first in a series of lectures at
8:30 p.m. 'Wednesday in the
Synagogue social hall.
Prof. Daniel Elazar will speak
on "Jews on the Campus: Revolt
or Revival," Aaron A. Kutnick,
cultural chairman and Saul Wald-
man, president, announced.

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salem. Levitan replaces Morris
Alexander, International Bnai
Brith Israel Bond chairman.
Bnai Brith Council delegates,
as well as interested Bnai Brith
members, are invited to attend.

Prof. Elazar to Address
Adas Shalom Men.

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Born in New York in 1900,
Levi studied and worked in
France and Italy as well as in
this country. He is now teach-
MISS CAROL NORBER •
ing at the Arts_Students League
and New School of Social Re-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Norber search in New York.
of Hilton Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of Center Sabbath Opening
their daughter, Carol Ann, to
Jack Cohen, son of Mr. and Is Topic for Lecture
Rabbi Moses Lehrman of
Mrs. David Cohen of Hubbel
Cong. Bnai Moshe will deliver a
Ave.
lecture on "Sabbath Opening of
the Jewish Community Center"
p.m. Tuesday at. the synagogue.
public is invited.

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Ann Arbor Talks Given
JWB Adopts '62 Budget by Jerusalem Editor

The National Jewish Welfare
Board will need $157,150 over
its regular 1962 operating budg-
et to provide additional relig-
ious and morale services needed
because of America's current
military build-up, it was an-
nounced by Solomon Litt, New
York, national JWB president,
at the conclusion of the organi-
zation's, fall board of directors
meeting.

Ted Lurie, editor of the
Jerusalem Post, spoke to the
students of the University of
Michigan under the auspices of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tion and gave a lecture in the
department of journalism.
His talk, on the theme "Land
Flowing in Words and Honey"
was delivered before an en-
thusiastic audience of students
and members of the community.

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