THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, January 25, 1963 -- 16
Detroit Council's Yiddish Progrant
to Feature Author Jacob Glatstein
Plans for a special program
with Jacob Glatstein, internation-
ally renowned Yiddish poet and
author, are being made by the
Yiddish Culture Committee of
the Jewish Community Council,
it was announced by Jack Mala-
mud, committee chairman, and
Irving Pokempner and Sidney M.
Shevitz, chairman and co-chair-
man respectively of the Culture
Commission. The literary cul-
tural event will be held 8 p.m.
Feb. 10 at the Jewish Center.
Tickets may be obtained from
the Council office at 163 Madi-
son, WO 2-6710.
The program, which will be
conducted entirely in Yiddish, is
the first .of several to be pre-
sented by the Council's Yiddish
Committee. In addition to Mala-
mud, Pokempner and Shevitz,
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the committee is composed of
Morris Becker, JOseph Bernstein,
Mrs. Morris Friedman, Movsas
Goldoftas, Moshe Haar, Samuel
Hochman, Samuel Jacobson, Har-
ry Kaminer, Dr. Shmarya Klein-
man, Benjamin M. Laikin, Louis
LaMed, Morris Malin, Emanuel
Mark, Mrs. Michael Michlin, Mrs.
Harry Mondry, Jay Rosenshine,
Sol Selman, David Sislin, Wolf
Snyder, Mordecai Teiler and
George M. Zeltzer.
Women of Metropolitan De-
troit will participate in the ob-
servance of National Brother-
hood Month, also marking Broth-
erhood Week (Feb. 17 to 24),
sponsored annually by the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
Mrs. Marvin B. Levy, chair-
man of the ,Brotherhood Teas,
said "any woman who is inter-
ested in promoting better under-
standing in her neighborhood
and community is eligible. She
simply invites neighbors and
friends of differing religious and
nationality backgrounds to her
home for tea from 1:30 p.m. to
3 p.m. next Wednesday. The goal
of our endeavor is to have hun-
dreds of women in hundreds of
homes - throughout city and sub-
urbs on the same day at the same
hour contemplating ways of cre-
ating or strengthening better
understanding in their areas and
sharing feelings of good will."
Radio Station WJR will beam
a special program-to these teas.
Lee Murray, WJR's women's di-
rector, will interview Helen
Hayes, stage and screen star, at
2:10 p.m. that afternoon.
Women planning to hostess a
Brotherhood Tea are requested
to inform the Detroit Round Ta-
ble (TO 9-6306). A kit of human.
relations materials will be pro-
vided for their guests.
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Richard Cass, pianist, will be
the orchestra's soloist Thursday
and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. under
Feb. 3, 3:30 p.m., Valter Poole
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MRS. ARNOLD COLEMAN
will conduct a special concert
Arlene Kemper was wed to featuring Marilyn Mason, organ-
Arnold Coleman on Dec. 30 in ist, and the Men's Glee Club of
the Bnai Brith Jacob Synagogue Wayne State University.
at Savannah, Ga., with Rabbis
Abraham I. Rosenberg and
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Savannah, and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Coleman of Santa Bar-
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white feathered carnations and
Mrs. Herbert Bircoll of Oak
Park, sister of the bridegroom,
was matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Sandra Lasky, Mrs.
Jack Karesh and Davida Tenen-
baum, all of Savannah.
Walter Coleman served his
brother as best man. Ushers
were Dr. Herbert Bircoll of
Oak Park, brother-in-law of the
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