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January 12, 1962 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-12

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Judge Kaufman,

Rosenberg at JNF
Tu b'Shevat Fete

Judge Nathan J. Kaufman
wil be the guest speaker and
Aaron Rosenberg master of cere-
monies at the annual evening
of culture and entertainment of
Landsmanshaften, Thursday,
Jan. 25, 8:30 p.m., at the Labor
KW?' ZioniSt Inst
tute. A feature
of the evening
will be an
Israel instru-
mental quar-
tet.
The evening,
is sponsored
jointly by the
Committee of
Landsman-
Judge Kaufman shaf ten for
Jewish National Fund and the
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council, is planned as part of
the annual JNF Month in De-
troit.
During this p e r i o d; Bnai
Brith Lodges also will conduct
a special B. B. Martyrs Forest
campaign.
Harry Kaminer, chairman of
the Committee of Landsman-
shaften, will open the program,
and Morris Direnfeld, president
of the B. B. Council, will extend
greetings.
Since this is the month of
Shevat, the tree planting season
in Israel, JNF Month is dedi-
cated to promotion of intensive
activity in behalf of the JNF
afforestation program. Lands-
manshaften in Detroit have
taken upon themselves the
planting of a forest of 50,000
trees in the Michigan section
of the American Freedom For-
est. They are now nearing the
half-way mark in this .effort. At
last year's event, each of seven
societies recevied certificates of
merit for • planting at least one
full grove of 1,000 trees. This
year, several others will be
given recognition for their
achievements.
In keeping with the festive
occasion of Tu b'Shevat, occur-
ring this year on Saturday, Jan.
20, appropriate refreshments
will be served. There will be no
solicitation except for a 50 cent
admission.

Finsilver Is Named
Manager of Business
Men's Assurance Here

The Business Men's Assur-
ance Company has announced
the appointment of Howard H.
Finsilver, 20435 Picadilly, as
branch manager of the com-
pany's Detroit Branch Office,
234 State.
Finsilver became a BMA rep-
resentative in June, 1955, and
has been serving as district
manager in Detroit since April,
1961.
A consistent leader in per-
sonal production of life and
health insurance, Finsilver has
produced more than $1,000,000
of life insurance during the cal-
endar year for six consecutive
years. He is a. qualifying and
repeating member of the Mil-
lion Dollar Round Table of the
National Association of Life
UnderWriters.

Nominations Accepted
for Mother of Michigan

Mrs. Charles Kuhn, 2295 Lake
Angelus, Pontiac, announces the
launching of the search for the
1962 Mother of Michigan.
Nomination blanks 'are now
being distributed statewide to
national women's organizations,
church groups, via radio and
TV, to individuals and to all
who request them. Blanks are
now available upon request to
Mrs. Kuhn.
The Michigan Mothers Com-
mittee for this year includes
Mrs. Marvin Levy, of Detroit.
Nomination blanks are avail-
able by writing to the Michigan
Mothers Committee, Post Office
Box 444, Pontiac, Mich.

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evory

On the

it

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
of Jewish Interest
JOHN BROWN'S BODY

Time: 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK-TV.
Feature: Douglas. Campbell,
who plays the title role in the
Broadway play "Gideon," co-
stars with Richard Boone in
Stephen Vincent Benet's Pulit-
zer Prize-winning poem, "John
Brown's Body." The program is
produced in cooperation with
the Bnai Brith Anti-Defamation
League.
* * *
DIRECTIONS '62
Time: 3 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ-TV.
Feature: A television visit
with producer-playwright Dore
Schary.

Dr. Pomerantz
to Be Rosenfeld
Event Speaker

Dr. I. Chaim Pomerantz,
president, Chicago YIVO Soci-
ety, will deliver the keynote
address on the theme, "Morris
Rosenfeld, the Poet and His
Generation," at the Rosenfeld
centenary program marking the
100th anniversary of the birth
of the Jewish poet, author. and
"Singer of the Sweatshop." The
Yiddish cultural event will be
held Sunday, Jan. 21, 8 p.m., at
RW -

* * *
THE JEWISH _HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: The Hon. Yaakov
Morris, Israeli consul, will be
interviewed by Joseph Edelman
on "Transforming the Wilder-
ness," the human story of the
Negev Desert.
* * *

TO DWELL TOGETHER

Time:. 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Archeology and the
Bible" part two, with Dr. Wil-
liam F. Albright, archeological
and Biblical scholar, and Dr.
Abram Spiro, chairman of the
Near Eastern Languages and
Literature Department at
Wayne State University.
* * *

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR

Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: "The Jewish Com-
munity of Tomorrow," a pro-
gram on the forthcoming Dele-
gate Assembly of the Jewish
Community Council, will be dis-
cussed by Rabbi Irwiri Groner.
* * *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 11:05 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Solomon E.
Starrells of Cong. Mickve Israel,
Savannah, Ga., will speak on
"What Makes One a Jew."
* * *

.

SPECIAL

Time 11 a.m. Monday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: Lee Murray will in-
terview two Hadassah leaders:
Mrs. Alfred Deutsch, vice presi-
dent of Honor Roll, and Mrs.
Daniel Siegal, Golden Ball
chairman.

*
*
SPECIAL

DR. I. CHAIM POMERANTZ .

the Jewish Center, it was an-
nounced by Irving Pokempner,
culture commission chairman,
and Jack Malamud and Joseph
Bernstein, Yiddish culture -com-
mittee co-chairman.
Dr. Pomerantz has frequ
been called upon to lect • on
Jewish cultural and
orical
themes in commun
rough-
out the Unite
ate•He re-
ceived the d
ee of Doctor. of
Hebrew Li ature from Yes-
hiva Univ ity, New York. His
doctoral
sertation treat
the "Mess nit Motifs in
can Yid h Poetry."
Dr. P
erantz ac
ish
history, nguage n itera = r
at the C ege of
ins
in Chica
as well as
ebre
Union Co
e and
ish Teache
e
ew
York. At
velt
University
le
on Jew-
ish cultur
ewish folklore, a
literature
e is exe ive
rector of
e W
Temple H. Zion
est, Ill., p
'den co
ag •
YIVO, memb
of th
tio
board of YIVO
ma
Chicago's New
ary Committee.
Tickets for this
dish mil-
tural event ma
e obtained
from organizat'
nd from the
Jewish Co
Madison, W

Je •
Time: 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. America
19.
Congress
omen
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Fran Harris will in- Hold Sym
ium
terview Mrs. Dora Ehrlich, hon-
Detroit Wome
Divisio
orary chairman of Honor Roll, American Jewish Con
on "Fifty Golden Years" with hold a symposium on "What Do
Hadassah.
You Hear From Judaism?" 12:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Albert Letvin, 175: Park-
Detroit Bank & Trust
side, announces
Nets $9,748,964
Dan Shapiro.
The Detroit Bank & Trust
Mrs. Sall
uric is program
Company reported net operating charimari
earnings of $9,748,964 for the
Spea
s wi
Mrs. S. M.
year ending Dec. 31, 1961, equal Isra •
rom • Past: European
to $5.30 a share. This compares Rooti;" Mr
alph Miller, "
with $10,457,651 or $5.69 a Tradition
alues;" Mrs. Isa
share in 1960.
Goldstei "Towards th
After non-operating adjust- Americ
Jewish Corn
ments and reserve provisions,
Co
ntator will
$10,889,068 was added to un- Georg
ubin.
divided profits compared with
$8,803,454 in 1960.
Hist
Total deposits amounted to
omen
Det
it Pio ee
$934,988,289, compared with
Hist rut will •
Pioneer
$900,923,568 on Dec. 31, 1960.
Demand dep9sits were $506,- Wome •f Detroit wit n after
Thursday, 1 p.m.,
180,660, down from $509,408,- noon t
Zionist Institute.
073 a year ago, and savings and the Lab
speaker wil
The g
time deposits were reported at
r of
aine, dir
$428,807,629, a gain of $37,292,- Mrs. Ruth
Histadrut tom
134 over the close of 1960.
Mrs. Nathan Gleaner is His-
Total loans were $464,813,207,
a slight decrease from the. tadrut chairman for Pioneer
$466,455,914 figure of a year ago. Women Council.

Allied Jewish Campaign Women's
Division Commences Solicitations

The Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
which traditionally begins its
campaigns early and ho_lds the
first fund-raising event of the
year, has started full scale fund
raising for the Federation's 1962
Allied Jewish Campaign with
promin,ent guest speakers as
headliners.
Paul Zuckerman, 1962 cam-
paign chairman, announced that
Mrs. Harold A. Robinson will be
Women's Division fund raising
chairman.
The Women's Division annually
raises more than $600,000. This
will be the 16th drive in which
women have been -asked to make
a gift separate from the gift
their husbands make.
Mrs. Robinson is a vic
esi-
dent of the Federation's
men's
Division and is a past airman
of general solicitation, nd pas
chairman of the Jan Ins
tute. She has served on e board
of Brandeis, Hadassah United
Foundation.
The Women's Pre - mpaign
Division, for donors of
0 and
nch-
more, held a fund raisin
eon, Wednesday, at the ho
Mrs. Max M. Fisher, 27751 Fair-
way Hills Drive, Birmingham.
Co-chairmen of the pre-campaign
division are Mrs. Frank A. Wets-
man and Mrs. Benjamin Jones.
Rabbi .Herbert A. Friedman, ex-
ecutive vice-chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, was the
keynote speaker.
Pace- Setters, $200 minimum

ilton. Mrs. Harold Schreiber is
Pace Setters' chairman. Mrs.
S. Alexander Brailove, honor-
ary chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal's National Wo-
men's Division, will be the
speaker.

Headliners, $120 minimum
donors, will hold - a luncheon at
12:15 p.m., Wednesday, at the
Great Lakes Club, 2411 W. Eight
Mile. Mrs. Michael Comay, wife
of Israel's Permanent Represen-
tative to the United Nations, will-
be the speaker. Chairman of the
1962 Women's - Division Headlin-
ers is . Mrs. Arthur H. Rice.
ore con-
a
Keynot
5 p.m.,
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trib
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El. Ruth Gruber, oreign
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