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September 21, 1962 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, September 2 1, 1962 — 28

Center Symphony Will Begin 23rd Premier-Goodman
Season Under Direction of Chaj es Troth Announced

The Center Symphony Or-
chestra, under the direction of
Julius Chajes, will open the
23rd season of the Tuesday eve-
ning concert series on Oct. 2
at the Jewish Center.
The program will include
Brahm's Fourth Symphony, the
Magic Flute Overture by Mozart
and the Fifth Piano Concerto
by Saint-Saens played by the
well known. Toronto pianist
Muriel Kilby.
All six concerts during the
season will begin at 8:30 p.m.
Distinguished soloists will in-
clude Gordon Staples, violinist,
Cu Nov. 27; Linda Newman,
soprano, and Paul Olefsky, cell-
ist, on Dec. 18; Harold Orbach,
MISS JUDITH BRENNER
tenor (cantor at Temple Israel),
and Charles Sirard, bassoon, on
JULIUS CHAJES
Mr. and Mrs. David Brenner of
!'Feb. 26; Mischa Kottler, pianist, Greenlawn Ave. announce the en-
on April 2; and Mischa Mis- gagement of their daughter,
chakoff, violinist, on May 14. Judith Marilyn, to Phillip Mar-
shall Goodman, son of Mr. and
Ex-Labor Secretary Mrs. Louis Goodman of Elgin
Ave., Oak Park.
Mitchell to Head
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Miss Brenner is a senior at the
of Michigan School
LI 8-5313
`Brotherhood Week' University
of Education. Her fiance attend-
NEW YORK (JTA)—Former ed the University of Michigan
Secretary of Labor James P. where he was affiliated with
Mitchell has been named na- Sigma Alpha Mu. He is now
tional chairman of Brotherhood attending the University of De-
Fine Photography
Week to be observed Feb. 17-24 troit Dental School,
Bar Mitzvah and Wedding
under the auspices of the Na-
Candids, Professionally Finished
A June, 1963, wedding is
tional Conference of Christians
KE 1-0104 and Jews, it was announced by planned.
S. LEIBICK
Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, presi-
Swiss Press Lauds
dent of the organization.
As national chairman, he will ORT for Vocational
lead the nation in organizing
the 30th anniversary of Brother- Training Aid Program
hood Week and will serve be-
GENEVA, (JTA)—The World
side President Kennedy who is ORT Union drew high praise
honorary chairman.
from the major newspapers of
In a statement accepting the Switzerland for its work in the
CANDIDS
chairmanship, Mitchell called vocational training of students
PORTRAITS
for a rededication to the prac- from underdeveloped countries.
MOVIES
tice of brotherhood and for the
In articles dealing with the
Black & White
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doing so," he said, "we will not
only strengthen our democratic
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Fifteen years of unpublicized
work by a committee of 100
New Yorkers was culminated
in the cornerstone laying for
a six-story Brotherhood House
which will provide free facili-
ties for 100 voluntary interfaith
and social agencies in New
York City.
Most of the $3,000,000 to
build the new structure was
contributed by members of the
committee, who intend to also
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get of Brotherhood House.
Slated for completion in 1963,
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cal assistance to underdeveloped
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cially stressed the joint program
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ernment of Switzerland, the In-
ternational Labor Organization
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in this country of 18 Congolese
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managers who had provided on-
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dents, stated the press reports,
were so impressed with the work
done for these students by ORT
that they were willing to employ
the Congolese in the Swiss
plants.

Minnesota U. Will
Re-Issue Book on
Michigan had the lowest traf- Jewish Dietary Laws

fic death rate among the Great
MINNEAPOLIS, (JTA) — A
Lakes states during the first book on the Jewish Dietary
half of 1962-14.5 per 100,000 Laws, written by a Minneapolis
population.
rabbi and a former University

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of Minnesota professor, will be
re-issued by the University of
Minnesota Press because of con-
tinuing demand for it, it was
announced here. The book has
been out of print since 1947.
"The Kosher Code of the Orth-
odox Jew" was written by Rabbi
S. I. Levin and Dr. Edward A.
Boyden, then professor of ana-
tomy at the university. It is a lit-
eral translation of the portion
of the Shulchan Aruch which
describes the deficiencies which
render a bird or animal unfit for
Jewish consumption. It includes
a discussion of Talmudic anatomy
in the light of science of that
time and now. It has been used
as a reference work in seminary
libraries.
The re-issue will be in the
form of a microfilmed reproduc-
tions made by University Micro-
films of Ann Arbor, Mich., by
arrangement with the University
of Minnesota Press.

Currently, 33 of the 50 states
in the Union grant drivers' li-
censes at the age of 16. Only
four have the upper age of 18.

Branch 11, LZOA
to Meet Saturday

Borman Foods Dividend

Borman Food Stores declared
a cash dividend of 121/2 cents per
Branch 11, Labor Zionist Or- share, to be paid Oct. 10th, to
ganization of America, will meet stockholders of record at the
9 p.m. Saturday at the home of close of business on Sept. 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Maniker, 25248
Pierce, Southfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schiff,
will report on their trip to Is-
rael and the LZOA national
Agency
convention, which they attended
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