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October 19, 1962 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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Sholem Aleichem Institute Plans Lecture-Banquets

The Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute will present Dr. Joseph C.
Landis at the annual Lecture
and Banquet Weekend Oct. 27
and 28.
On Oct. 27, Landis will speak
on "Secular Jewishness — a
Fourth Diniension." At the Oct.
28 banquet, Landis will speak
on "You and Your Child —
Builders of a Jewish Educated
Community."
Landis is professor of Eng-
lish at Queens College, where

For information and tickets,
he also gives a course on "Mas-
terpieces of Yiddish Literature call VE 8-7440.
in Translation." He has publish-
ed translations of Yiddish fic-
tion and poetry. His reviews
ANYONE FOR
and articles have appeared in
PAM?
many scholarly and critical
journals.
CALL: LI 6-9360 or
Landis is active in Jewish cul-
UN 2-2828 eves.
tural life and is a member of
the National Executive Board of
the National Commission of the
American Jewish Congress and
the Jewish Education Commit-
tee of New York.

By BRUCE KRIEGEL
During the month of October,
many juniors and seniors will
participate as counselors in the
Oak Park elementary school
And His Orchestra
camping program held annually
at Camp Tamarack. Each camp- L. William Seidman, Grand Rapids
LI 7-2770
ing group stays at camp for five
Accountant, Runs for Auditor Gen.
days.
boards of a number of civic and
Between now and mid-Decem-
governmental institutions, Seid-
ber, the seniors will be photo-
Fine Photography
man is recognized as the person
graphed for the "Revoir," the
Bar Mitzvah and Wedding
MISS SHIRLEY CHATTMAN school yearbook. The under-class
responsible for establishing the Candids,
Professionally Finished
new four-year Grand Valley
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Chatt- picture schedule has been set
KE 1-0104
S.
LEIBICK
State
University
and
Wagner
man of Shrewsbury Rd. an- for the week of Nov. 26. This
College and Practicing Law In-
nounce the engagement of their year, the Jules Fayne Studios
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stitute in New York.
daughter, Shirley Ann, to How- has been selected as the official
He lives with his wife, Sally, $ PLASTIC FURNITURE
ard L. Shapiro, son of Mr. and "Revoir" photographer.
and five children in Ada, a sub- . m .,1
COVERS
Mrs. Lazer Shapiro of Wilde-
For the first time, Oak Park
urb of Grand Rapids.
MADE
TO ORDER
V
mere Ave.
AI
High's debate team has been
or READY MADE
The bride-elect is a senior at selected to attend the invita-
the . University of Michigan tional tournament competition to
Birmingham Mayor
. 6 . ., CALL ANNA KARBAL
PA
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where she is affiliated with Sig- be held in Mt. Clemens. Oak
LI 2-0874
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Month
as
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ma Delta Tau sorority and Wy- Park hopes to send at least four
Tribute
to
Hadassah
vern Honorary Society. Her fi- squads to the tournament. Sen-
T h e Birmingham - Franklin
ance attended the U. of At., iors on the debate team include
Group of Hadassah, with 300
where he was affiliated with Pi Marty Reisig (captain), Don
members, seeks "to enlist more
Lambda Phi fraternity. He is Bolton, Steve Plavnick and Mike
women in the great movement
now a graduate student at Pianin.
to render humanitarian services
Wayne State University and is
At the annual Homecoming
to Israel, to enhance democratic
also a member of Psi Chi Na-
For fine color movies
Day, Oct. 5, Linda Steinberger
life in America and to extend
tional Honorary Society.
of your wedding
was
chosen
Homecoming
Queen.
Jewish cultural achievement."
The couple plan to be mar-
L. WILLIAM SEIDMAN
Unfortunately, the Redskins lost
In recognition of Hadassah's
ried in June.
Call
the game to the Clawson Bears,
goals in its drive for new mem-
L.
William
Seidman,
Repub-
Sixty-four per cent of em- 31-0. The Redskins also were
candidate for auditor gen- bers, Oct. 16 through Nov. 16
ployed persons use private auto- defeated on Oct. 12 by Lake lican
eral,
was
a political unknown has been proclaimed as "Hadas-
Orion by the score 13-0.
mobiles to get to work.
until the fall GOP state conven- sah Month" in the City of Birm-
ingham by Mayor Florence
tion in Detroit.
The Grand Rapids accountant, Willett.
a general partner in Seidman &
Seidman, Certified Public Ac-
countants, says he got "tired of
trying to explain Michigan's
financial mess outside the
state" and decided instead to
try to do something about it.
Seidman is - a graduate of
Dartmouth College Business
School, Harvard Law School and
the University of Michigan
Business School. He holds CPA
certificates from a number of
world's finest quality
other states in addition to
Michigan. His firm has offices
in 19 cities across the country.
Seidman says he recognizes
that the auditor general's pri-
mary responsibility is auditing
the state's financial condition.
If elected, he says he would in-
stitute a two-fold program. He
Packed in pure vegetable oil to bring out
says:
the finest flavor and tenderness.
"These are performance au-
diting—evaluating returns got-
ten for money spent, the pri-
mary objective being to cut red
SAUL COHEN, BEN ZAGER and HARRY REZNICK
tape, cut costs and increase ef-
Exclusive Proprietors of
ficiency; and action reporting—
the objective being to bring to
the attention of the Legislature
and governor situations and
things that should be cor-
rected."
POULTRY
Seidman is an acknowledged
MEAT
authority on taxation and fi-
MARKET
AND
nances and has written nu-
merous articles on the subject
in various professional jour-
MONDAY ONLY
WE WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21 (SIMHAT TORAH)
nals.
A
highly
decorated
World
Lb.
War II naval veteran, Seidman
WE WRAP MEAT FOR FREEZER FREE!
is president of the Grand Rap-
ids Youth Commonwealth and
Coolidge
at 10 Mile — Oak Park
is trustee of the Thomas Erler
gib.
WE
DELIVER
Seidman Foundation which fi-
CALL
nances the Seidman Youth Cen-
Le.
ter.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
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