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November 24, 1961 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-11-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 24, 1961 — 18



Sachar, Fellows Inspire Increased
Support for Brandeis University

classes in Brandeis. The "open
mind" he found at • Brandeis
was especially commended by
Datta.
Arthur Howard, president of
Brandeis University Associates
Detroit Chapter, reviewed the
chapter's 10-year activity and
introduced distinguished guests
in the gathering and University
Fellows: C. Allen Harlan, Tubie
R e s n i c k, Abraham Shiffman
and Leonard N. Simons. Nate
S. Shapero, also a Fellow of
the university, was unable to
"attend the dinner.
Al Taubman, past president,
explained the various types of
memberships and invited addi-
tional scholarship gifts in a
brief address.
Alan Schwartz, in an address
In response, numerous introducing Dr. Sachar, told of
gifts were made, among the early beginnings. He spoke
them an additional gift of of the pride Jewry takes in the
$5,000 from a local Christian fact that Brandeis has been
couple, Mr. and Mrs. C. Allen able to accomplish wonders for
the People of the Book
Harlan.
Dr. Schar spoke about the "through the efforts of Dr.
international role of education Sachar."
as a means of building bridges
among nations. He told of hav-
ing brought to his university
the son of the Mukhtar of the
Israel Arab village of Abugash,
Simhi Abugash, whose studies
under Jewish auspices are cer-
tain to help wipe out differ-
This Week's Radio and
ences in Israel. He also related
Television Programs
that a German youngster, who
of Jewish Interest
had been advised not to come
to a university founded by a
ETERNAL LIGHT, TV
Jewish community, but he
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
came and "it was a catharsis
Station: WWJ-TV, Channel 4.
for him" in helping in the - Feature: "The Search," story
atonement for past sins.
of Lillian Wald, founder of the
Reporting on his recent world's first visiting nurse serv-
visit in Latin American coun- ice,' will be presented.
tries, Dr. Sachar pointed to the
* * *
tensions existing there in spite
ETERNAL
LIGHT, RADIO
of the four-and-a-half billions
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
spent by • the United States in
Station: WWJ.
those countries. He said he found
Feature: "A Cigar Box and
"much hostility" there against us,
a
Promise,"
story of the Siskin
but he added that as soon as their
leaders realized of Brandeis brothers, founders of Operation
University's intension to issue Crossroads, a rehabilitation cen-
scholarships among their citi- ter for the handicapped, will be
zens, offering an opportunity to presented. * * *
educate them, "the rancot dis-
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
appeared."
Time: 11:30 p.m. Suriday.
"Instead of channeling in
Station: WCAR.
the sterility of militarism, if
Feature: Ted R. Lurie, editor
we can do something about
education, through scholar- of the Jerusalem Post, will be
ships, America will be seen interviewed by Detroit Free
as we should be," he de- Press correspondent Mark Eth-
clared. "Those possessing our ridge on "Window to Israel."
*
*
scholarships will be ambas-

A stirring address by Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, president of
Brandeis University, intimate
accounts of their experiences
at the university by two
scholarship students and re-
ports on local activities by
heads of Brandeis University
Associates Detroit Chapter, in-
spired increased interest in and
support of the university by
Detroiters, at the annual dinner
at the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel,
Sunday.
Expressing gratitude for the
friendship developed here for
the university, Dr. Sachar, who
the numerous attain-
, outlined
ments of the university at Wal-
tham, Mass., emphasized that
there now is greater need than
even for endowments and scho-
larships.

e ver y

n the Ar

sadors for us and the image
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
of the ugly American will
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
change."
Station: ,WJLB.
Dr. Sachar spoke with pride
Feature: Morris Lieberman,
of the fact that Brandeis Uni- chairman of the Zionist Council

versity was given the imprima-
tur of Phi Beta Kappa — the
first university to acquire it in
only 13 years. He said it took
Princeton 159 years to acquire
it, and now Brandeis is one of
only 169 among 2,000 colleges
to be granted Phi Beta Kappa
accreditation. He called it a
tribute to the scholarship and
high standards of Brandeis.
Brandeis' president also told
how microfilms of the most
valuable Hebraica were secured
by his university through the
courtesy of the Vatican, under-
written by Cardinal Cushing.
He also told of an arrangement
just completed with the co-
operation of the U.S. State De-
partment for $137,000 yearly
grants, for a 10-year period, in
the area of communications.
"The roll call of Detroit gen-
erosity is heartening and im-
pressive, but we need more
scholarship and endowfnents to
carry on our great work," he
declared.
Two holders of Wien Inter-
national Scholarships — estab-
lished at Brandeis by Lawrence
Wien of New York — told of
the benefits they are deriving
from their studies at Brandeis.
Frederique Apffel, of France,
who is specializing in archae-
ology, and Kamal Datta, of
India, a graduate student in
theoretical physics, told of the
benefits provided in intimate

of. Detroit, will discuss the Dec.
7 visit of Dr. Emil Lehman,
director of the Theodor Herzl
Institute in New York.
* * *
. . . TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (Simulcast).
Feature: "Solar Energy, the
Afro-Asian Nations, and Israel"
will be presented over tele-
vision and radio (simulcast)
with the Hon. Yaakov Morris,
consul of Israel, and Joseph
Edelman, director of the Jewish
Community Council Culture
Commission.

JWV Activities

SOL YETZ - MORRIS COHEN
LADIES AUXILIARY will give
a party the evening of Dec. 7
at the Dearborn Veterans Hos-
pital, announces Ann Rubin, hos-
pital chairman. Games and re-
freshments will be featured. As-
sisting Mrs. Rubin will be Pres-
ident Ruth Benach, Leah Singer,
Betty Spinner and Rhoda Weiss.
A Hanukah party for the Jewish
veterans at the Battle Creek
Veterans Hospital will be held
Dec. 10. With Mrs. Rubin will
be Post Commander Sam Alpert,
Esther Citron, Tillie Goldman,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Selick and
Raye Weimer.

George Jesse! at B. B. Event Dec. 4

Zuro -Berezin
Marriage Rites

Pisgah and Keidan Lodges of Keidan Lodge and Robert
and Chapters of Bnai Brith are Lewiston is Israel Bond chair-
joining in staging the annual man.
"Salute to Israel" Cabaret on
Ervine Lavine, president of
t h e evening
District Grand Lodge No. 6,
of Dec. 4, at: .
Bnai Brith, will be the main
the Labo-rq
speaker.
Zionist Insti-
Refreshments will be served.
tute.
Admission is free. A social
. George Jes-
hour will follow the program.
sel, "T o a s t-
master Gener-
Petosega Camp Reunion
al of the
Petosega campers will meet
USA," and one
for a reunion 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
of the all-
Sunday at State Fair Recreation,
time greats of
19600 Woodward.
American
Highlighting the afternoon will
show business,
be bowling teams of boys and
will head the
girls competing agfti their
Israel Bar
e 1961
parents and •
o
Mitzvah Year
summe s in.
program.
be served
Refr
Leo Feber is
eatured.
and p
MRS. ARNOLD ZUROFF
president o f
Lion, call Leonard
For of
Pisgah and
Baruc
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Joanne Berezin was wed to •
E
lias
Gold-
-
Jessel
Arnold Zuroff Nov. 18 at the berg is the Israel Bond chair- Sandw ss, LI 6-0522.
Bnai David Synagogue. Rabbi man. William Katz is president 44.****-Y-1f-*3f4"f****4-4c****
Hayim Donin and Cantor
4,
Hayim Adler officiated. .
The newlyweds are the chil- District 5 Kiwanis
Your
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Max
regular sult,
Berezin of Tiffin, Ohio, and Mr. Plans Conference
into a new'
Michigan
Kiwanis
Club,
Dis-
and Mrs. Sam Zuroff of South-
Continental
trict 5, will hold Its Lieutenant
wood Ave., Southfield.
Governor's
Organizational
Con-
'Model
The bride chose an ivory
colored gown with a criss-cross ference Wednesday at the Key
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bodice, bracelet-length sleeves School.
Lt._ Governor Ed Ide is past
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and bouffant skirt which fell
on
into a chapel train. Her head president of the Kiwanis Club
Ladies' and Men's
piece was a Swedish crown of of Oak Park.
crystal and pearls and held a
Clothing
waist-length veil of French silk
PRE-HOLIDAY SPECIALS
illusion.
Honor atten
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Regularly $
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And
His
Orchestra
Best man was I Shorr,
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Rosenfeld, Allan Sell and Mike
Suburban Coats
Whiteman of University
Charge
Accounts
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Heights, Ohio.
Following a honeymoon in
Tuxedo Rentals
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New York City and the Con-
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cord, the cou • e will live in
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Alex Sklar last week was elect-
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nual dinner-dance of the Furni-
ture Travelers of Michigan, rep-
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We are happy to show samples on request
community ac-
tivities, h a s
been a - retail
furniture deal-

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er for 35 years.
He is chair-
Sklar
man of the Child Welfare Com-
mittee of the Funiture Club De-
troit is a past president of the
Funiture Club and is board mem-
ber of the Jewish Home for Aged
and the Detroit Service Group,
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trade and professional organiza-
tion of the Allied Jewish Cam-
lb
paign.
Sklar lives with his wife, Mil-
dred, and three children at 19391
Warrington.

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JACK

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will hol ann
donor lunch-
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at the syna-
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nounce
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chairman. "The
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includes Mes-
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