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October 26, 1962 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-26

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Landis to Address
Sholem Aleichem's

Cong. Adas Shalom
Sisterhood Plans
Study Institute

Dr. Joseph C. Landis will be
The Sisterhood of Adas Sha-
the speaker at the Annual Lec- lom Synagogue is inaugurating
ture and Banquet Weekend at a sisterhood study institute com-
the Sholem Aleichem Institute, prised of a series of lectures,
19350 Greenfield.
designed to at-
On Saturday tract women
night, Landis interested in
will speak on iadult study
"Secular Jew - I course.
ishness — A! Mrs. J. Stew-
Fourth Dimen- art Lindell,
sion." At the president, a n -
banquet S u n- I nounces M e s -
day night, he dames Joseph
will speak on Katchke a n d
"You and Your Philip H elf -
Child — Build- m a n are co-
ers of a Jewish chairmen of this new project.
Educated Corn- The course will be composed of
munity." fall and spring sessions providing
Landis is opportunity for thought-provok-
prof essor of ing group participation.
English at
The fall session will be held
Queens Col- 10 a.m. Tuesdays, on Nov. 6,
lege where he 13, 20 and Dec. 4. and will be
a 1 s o gives a l conducted by Noam Shudofsky,
W -
course in youth education director. Rabbi
E-+ "Masterpieces of Yiddish Litera- Jacob E. Segal will lead the
ture in Translation". He has pub- spring session on "Ethics of the
lished translations of Yiddish fic- Fathers."
tion and poetry.
Shudofsky will begin his se-
Landis is a member of the
e of lectures entitled "Youth
National Executive Board of the 'rues
Congress for Jewish Culture, Needs a Challenge" at the first
American Jewish Congress, and meeting 10 a.m., Nov. 6. His
the Jewish Education Committee course for this session will be
based on various phases of child
of New York.
psychology. In connection with
For information and reserva- the
lectures, Shudofsky will pro-
tions. call VE 8-7440.
vide course material for those
Diabetic Society to
In order that the course ma-
Hear Dr. Whitehouse terial may be properly prepared
North-Northwest Chapter, of and since no charge for the
Michigan Diabetic Lay Society, course is involved, the chair-
will hear Dr. Whitehouse, phy- men request those interested to
sician in charge of metabolic register by calling the syna-
diseases at Henry Ford Hos- gogue office, UN. 4-7474.
pital, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center, 18100 Meyers.
Whitehouse will speak on Local Bnai Brith
"Research and Development"
and will demonstrate the use of to Hear Talk by
"Glucagon," the new drug used
for control of Insulin reaction. Lily Edelman
After his address, Whitehouse
Mrs. Lily Edelman, national
will be joined by Sally Jenks, director of Bnai Brith Adult
dietician at Ford Hospital, for Jewish Education Commission
a question and answer period. in Washington, will address the
Admission is free and every- local Bnai Brith 8:30 -p.m. Nov.
one welcome.
1 at the Beth Aaron Hall, 18000
Wyoming, advises Bernard Pan-
ush, chairman of the arrange-
Pioneer Women Will ments
Present Swainson,
Mrs. Robert'Coggan, vice-chair-
of the national commission
Edwards on 'Issues' man
introduce the speaker. Pan-
The Detroit Council of_ Pio- will
adult education chairman of
neer Women will present Gov. ush,
the Alen's Council. will preside.
John B. Swainson and Detroit The
public is invited.
Police Commissioner George
Edwards at its first legislative
meeting of the year 8:30 • p.m. Cancer Fighters Hold
Tuesday at the Hayim Green- `Fun Fest Night'
berg Center.
"Fun-Fest Night" is the
They will discuss campaign theme for the paid-up member-
issues, according to Mrs. Sam ship dance that will be given
Fishman, vice-president of edu- by the City of Hope Cancer
cation, and Mrs. Morris Men- Fighters, 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
delson, Council legislative chair- Piemontese Hall.
Refreshments will be served
A social hour will follow. and Joe Cornell will be master
There is no admission charge. of ceremonies. Decorations are
under the direction of Mrs.
Harold Kozloff and Mrs. Law-
rence Benderoff. Members are
requested to dress casually. The
affair is free of charge to mem-
bers and their husbands.

Detroit Associates Hold Fund-Raising for Brandeis University

Detroit Chapter of Brandeis I School of Social Science at the
University Associates will holdlWaltham, Mass. university, who
its annual fund-raising cham- has conducted extensive re-
pagne supper 5 p.m. Sunday at search in East Africa under
the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel.
grants from the Ford Founda-
tion and the National Science
guests at the
affair will be
Brandeis University is largely
Dr. Abram L.
supported by funds raised
Sachar, Bran-
through the efforts of its numer-
d e is Univer-
ous associate chapters through-
sity president,
out the United States. Proceeds
and Dr. Rob-
the champagne supper
ert A. Man-
ners, professor
of anthropol-
ogy and chair-
man of the

Simcha Nursery Can
Enroll More Children

Goodfellowship Club will pre-
sent an evening of entertainment,
games and refreshments for the
Hebrew Benevolent Society 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at Lutzker Hall,
15775 James Couzens.

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The Simcha Melody Nursery
announces- it will be able to
accept enrollment of more chil-
dren with the addition of an-
other teacher to its staff.
Registration may be made at
1 p.m. today or at a special open
house for children, 21/2-6, 10:30
a.m. to noon Sunday at the Nur-
sery, 14305 W. Eight Mile.
The Nursery specializes in
rhythm band, baking and arts
and crafts. For information,
call Mrs. Holtzman ("Auntie
Sarah"), LI 3-4688.

Goodfellowship Club
Holds Benefit Party

will be turned over to the uni-
versity, said Arthur Howard,
president of the Detroit Chap-
ter of Brandeis University Asso-
ciates. William Poplack is ticket
chairman, assisted by Abraham
Shiffman and Mrs. A. Alfred
Taubman, chairman and vice-
cahirman, respectively, of the
food and arrangements com-














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`Middle of the Night'
Opens Center Theater
Season on Nov. 3

"Middle of the Night,"a play
by Paddy Chayefsky, will be the
opening presentation of the
Center Theater 8:30 p.m. Nov.
3. It will also be performed on
Nov. 4, 10 and 11.
The play is directed by Vic
Hurwitz and the cast includes
Sylvia Josephson, Melba Winer,
Joyce Strasnek, Leo Mogill, Lor-
raine Pearlman, Addie Becker-
man, Sondra Rubin, Bluma Suss-
man, Olga Cherney, Leon Ta-
rien and Bob Allison.
Sets are designed by Errol
Fortin. Construction is headed
by Jim Rubin and Red Gross.

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not worry. whom God aids. —
The Talmud, Yoma 22.

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