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January 18, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-01-18

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March of Dimes Honors Jewish News

Brevities

Ellen Ti5, zanski
Weds Dan Slobin

Publish Neusner s
Biography of Rabban
Yohanan ben Zakkai

'

THE SCANDINAVIAN SYM-
A prize-winning biography of
PHONY ORCHESTRA will give
the first-century Jewish leader,
its 33rd anniversay concert 8:30
Rabban Yohanan ben Zakkai, has
p.m. Saturday at the Masonic
just been published in Lerden,
Temple. The orchestra is under
Holland, by the scholarly pub-
the leadership of Michael Bis-
lishing firm of E. J. Brill.
tritzky. The soloist for this con-
The book is "A Life of Rab-
cert will be coloratura soprano
ban Yohanan ben Zakkai," by
Marjorie Gordon. Tickets are
Dr. Jacob Neusner, research as-
available at Grinnells or at the
sociate in Jewish history at the
box office the night of the
Philip W. Lown Institute of Ad-
concert.
vanced Judaic Studies, Brandeis
* * *
University, Waltham, Mass.
BARONESS MARIA von
Dr. Neusner received the Ab-
TRAPP, whose life story in-
raham Berliner Prize in Jewish
spired the hit musical, "The
History ($1,000) for his book,
Sound of Music," will be the
awarded in 1962 by the Jewish
The March of Dimes, celebrating its 25th aniversary this guest speaker at Detroit Town
Theological
Seminary of America.
month. presented a Certificate of Appreciation to The Jewish Hall in the Fisher, Wednesday.
The book is volume VI in
News "for assistance in furthering the fight against birth de-
The talk, "Headhunters, Canni-
Brill's Studia post 7biblical series.
fects, arthritis and polio; for help in bringing dignity and use- bals and Music," will be held at
It will be sold in the U.S.A. by
MRS. DAN SLOBIN
fullness to lives impaired by these crippling diseases; and for 11 a.m.
Bloch Publishing Co., as well as
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*
setting an admirable example of compassion and understand-
At a candlelight ceremony, by direct order from the Dutch
"Is the GOP Trying to 'Con'
ing toward those less fortunate." The awards presentation was
Ellen
Wyzanski became the firm.
made at the Detroit Press Club as a part of the kick-off cere- Us into Con-Con?" will be the bride of Dan Isaac Slobin. Rabbi
monies for the March of Dimes campaign, conducted during subject at the meeting of the Roland B. Gittlesohn officiated mx•xx*xxEK -Rsx:xciryx?;-?.*
January. The theme is "Give for the Life of a Child." Making 15th District YOUNG DEMO- at the home of the bride's par- 0 PLASTIC FURNITURE p.
the presentation are (right to left) Jimmy Boggess, 5, of Coy, CRATS, 7:45 p.m., Sunday, at ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rus-
COVERS
Ark., the National Poster Child; Charles Gehringer, campaign the U. of D. Student Union, 'sell Wyzanski of Chestnut Hill,
MADE TO ORDER
r
M
or READY MADE
chairman, Wayne County; Richard Kelly, chairman, Wayne Livernois and Florence. Former Mass.
'1
Democratic
Con-Con
delegates
County Chapter; Paul Bagwell, state chairman of March of
The bride wore a gown of I CALL ANNA KARBAL i•
Dimes. Receiving the Certificate is Carmi M. Slomovitz for MEL NORD and RICHARD ivory peau de soie with appli-
LI 2-0874
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AUSTIN
will
speak.
For
infor-
The Jewish News.
r.X.X".g.eFf21%-gi72.5.•-•.X.:›WT:W77RWA
mation call chairman Sol Plaf- ques of re-embroidered Alencon
kin, TE 1-1723, or Vice-Chairman lace on the elbow-length sleeves
and center back panel of the
UN 2-4741.
Center Groups
Register Children, Marvin Surowitz,
bouffant skirt which cascaded
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Announce Events .
Aliens Are Warned The sixth annual dinner of from a fitted bodice with a por-
A number of Jewish Center
Walter A. Sahli, district di- the 17th CONGRESSIONAL DIS- trait neckline. Her veil was of
groups, including the Social rector of the Immigration and TRICT Democratic Organization family heirloom princess lace,
Singles, Parents Without Part- Naturalization Service, urged will be held January 26, at Roma and she carried a bouquet of
ners, Omnibus, Camera Club, all aliens in Michigan who have Hall of Livonia, 27777 School- white phalaenopsis and stepha-
Youth Division and Cinema For- not yet filled out alien address craft. Former Governor John B. notis.
um, are planning for coming report forms to do so before Swainson will serve as toast-
Mrs. Abraham F. Lowenthal
events.
Jan. 31 at the nearest Immigra- master. For reservations call of Cambrirge was her sister's
The Social Singles (21-35) will tion and Naturalization Service Leonard Edelman, UN 3-0890.
matron of honor and only at-
tendant.
meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the Office or local Post Office.
* * *
The bridegroom, son of Dr.
Center for dancing, community
The immigration official
One of the most heralded and
singing and games. Dress will pointed out that the law re- long awaited stories ever to be and Mrs. Norval Slobin of De-
be casual and refreshments will quires all non-citizens, except shown on the silver screen will troit, had his brother, Mark
be served. Admission is free.
persons in diplomatic status, have its Michigan Premiere at Slobin, as best man. Ushering
• *
foreign representatives to cer- Detroit's Cinerama Music Hall were Abraham F. Lowenthal,
A members forum on "Fight- tain international organizations, Theater, it was announced by brother-in-law of the bride, and
ing Loneliness" will be held by such as the United Nations, and Russ Russo, Music Hall man- George Draper, Jr., of Dover.
Parents Without Partners 8:45 aliens here temporarily as agri- ager. "HOW THE WEST WAS
The bride is attending Rad-
p.m. Tuesday at the Center. The cultural contract laborers, to re- WON," the latest MGM-Cinerama cliffe College.
meeting will be followed by a port their addresses to the Gov- production will bow at the Madi-
The bridegroom was grad-
social hour and refreshments.
uated, summa cum laude, from
ernment each January.
Max Schrut
son
Avenue
showcase
on
March
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the University of Michigan,
Sahli added: "The parent or 6.
For Good Photographs
Omnibus, a series of shows for legal guardian of an alien child
and Prompt Service
Featuring three directors, 23 where he was a member of Phi
children, will start the spring under 14 years of age must fill top stars, 12,000 extras and hun- Beta Kappa, and received his
Call me at
series with "Invisible Indian out the address report form for dreds of horses, buffalos and master's degree in psychology
Chief" by the Milan Theatre on such_a child in order to comply other animals familiar to the from Harvard, where he is a
Jan. 27 in the Aaron DeRcy with the law."
wide open spaces of the great" teaching fellow, and is a candi-
Weddings - Bar Mitzvahs
Theater. There will be perform.
He declared: "We have tried west, "How The West Was Won," date for his doctorate.
We Come to Your Home
After a wedding trip to the
ances at 2 and 3:30 p.m.
to make it as convenient as pos- unfolds the story of America's
With Samples
* * *
West Indies, the couple will
sible for non-citizens to meet pioneering days.
TY
5.8805
UN 4-6845
live
in
Cambridge.
The Center Camera Club will the address report require-
• * *
meet 8:15 p.m. Monday. There ments, and in view of serious
ISAAC STERN will appear in
will be a print competition of penalties for willful violation,
JANUARY PERMANENT
color slides and white-black pic- all persons subject to the ad- concert at the Masonic Auditori-
tures: religious; tabletops; gen- dress report law are urged to' um Feb. 1. *
WAVE SPECIAL!
*
eral.
fulfill this obligation before the
Tues. — Wed. — Thurs. Only
JOSE
GRECO
and
his
troupe
* * *
end of January."
$15.00 Permanent 1 rt 00
A day of "Winter Fun at Camp
Plus Hair cut
A %, Complete
Sahli said that trained per- of more than 30 Spanish dancers
will
appear
at
the
Masonic
Audi-
$17.50 Permanent 1 150
Tamarack" for teens who are sonnel will be on hand in all
Plus Hair Cut
46 Complete
out of school between semesters offices of the Immigration and torium Jan. 19.
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will be held Jan. 28. There will Naturalization Service to an-
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T h e CHILDREN'S LEU-
be tobogganing, ice skating, races swer any questions the report-
and hikes. Register in the Youth ing aliens may have regarding KEMIA FOUNDATION of
Division office before Jan. 23. immigration and naturalization Michigan, a Torch Drive Agen-
* * *
matters. Sufficient trained per cy, will hold its January meet-
- 15210 W. 7 Mile nr. Sussex
The Center Cinema Forum will sonnel are not available to fur- ing at the Ferndale Community
VE 6-7720
feature "Push Buttons and nish this assistance in all Post Hall, 400 E. Nine Mile, Thurs-
day, 8:30 p.m. Dr. Wolf W.
People" 8 p.m. Sunday. "Push Offices.
Zuelzer will speak on "The
Buttons and People" is a docu-
Progress at the Child Research
mentary produced by the UAW
IF MARRY YOU YOU'LL HAVE
Center." Refreshments will be
and highlights the economic and
TO PROMISE THAT OUR WEDDING
served and the public is in-
social consequences of automa-
vited.
GUESTS CAN STAY AT THE
tion. Scenes from a senate hear-
* * *
LIVONIA'S TEMPLE BETH
ing, featuring Walter Reuther
CRANBROOK HOUSE MOTEL 't
The Wayne State University
testifying about profits and auto- AM MEN'S CLUB has elected
Theatre
production
of
Sheri-
the
following
officers:
Pres-
mation; from factories in the
'20s and fully automated plants ident Sam Gruskoff, Vice- dan's "THE RIVALS" opens
are included. The discussion President Sam Rudack, Treas- Jan. 25. The cast includes
topic, following the film, will be urer Al Foland. Secretaries Beverly Markewitz, Iris Goren,
"Automation—De tr o it' s Road to Mitchell Rudman and Jerry Harry Kanter.
* *
Baurer, and board members
Poverty or Prosperity?"
Iry Lochman, Sid Greenberg,
TEMPLE BETH EL is in-
Leo Pomerantz and Jerry cluded in a photographic exhibi-
Prejudice
Winkler.
tion called "Panorama of Syna-
* * *
By DOROTHY ELAINE FOX
gogues,
U. S. A." which will be
Prejudice is not at all inborn,
CONG. BETH MOSES MEN'S displayed in Jewish schools,
Nor inherited from the kinfolk.
CLUB will present a social 9:30 conununity centers and syna-
'Tis forced upon a naked child,
By what is heard or spoke.
p.m. Saturday at the congrega- gogues throughout the country
How can some people be so blind,
tion, 19161 Evergreen, Nick and during 1963.
Inflicting hate so strong.
Claudia of the Jack Barnes
Torturing the minorities,
I know, I know, it's wrong.
Dancers will highlight the fes- Pinsker Games Night
The Ten Commandments, believed tivities. Talis and Tefillin Club
Prizes and refreshments will
by all,
will meet 9:30 a.m. Sunday at highlight a games night spon-
Are truly Universal;
Our religious rites and folk ways, the synagogue. Rabbi A. Irving sored by the Pinsker Progressive
Are what is controversial.
Schnipper will speak on "The Aid Society 8 p.m. Tuesday at
I hope I live to see the day,
World of Prayer," and brunch the Labor Zionist Institute. The
When acceptance of all kinds,
C.ANE3f2OOk HOUSE MOTEL
will be served following the public is invited, advises Presi-
Is the standard procedure
For all little and big minds.
EIGHT MILE AND JAMES COUZENS
services. Everyone is invited.
BR 3 83to
dent Harry Laker.

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