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April 05, 1963 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-04-05

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Dr. Goodenough Next Lecturer in Borman Series

Dr. Erwin R. Goodenough,
Yale University Professor Em-
eritus of the History of Religion
and Visiting Professor at Bran-
deis University, will deliver the
sext series of addresses in the
Borman Near Eastern Lecture
Series at Wayne State Univer-
sity, on April 18.
He will speak at 1:30 p.m. that
day in the Kresge Science Lec-
ture Room on the . topic "The
Place of Religion in the World
of Modern Science."
At 8:30 that night, in the Com-
munity Arts Auditorium, his

The real estate and building division of the 1963 Allied
Jewish Campaign is heading for one of the best years in history
under the chairmanship of Lewis S. Grossman. Division leaders
shown at a fund-raising meeting are, from left: Phillip Stollman,
AJC vice-chairman; Alfred L. Deutsch, co-chairman, real estate
division; Irving Rose, pre-campaign chairman, real estate divi-
sion; Grossman; A. Alfred Taubman, pre-campaign chairman;
Harold Berry, host.

Danny Syme Chosen to Represent
Detroit at World Youth Conference

Jewish youth of Detroit will ness sessions, at which specific
be represented in Israel this resolutions will be presented
summer by Daniel B. Syme, a and adopted, the young Jewish
17-year-old senior in the gradu- leaders will meet with Premier
ating classes of Mumford High Ben-Gurion, President Ben-Zvi,
former Prime Minister Moshe
School and Temple Israel.
The son of Rabbi and Mrs. M Sharett and World Zionist lead-
Robert Syme, Danny this week er Nahum Goldmann. I
Danny's selection to represent
was announced as the winner
Detroit Jewish youth was deter-
of the city-
mined on the basis of two ora-
wide youth
tions, one prepared, the other
contest held in
extemporaneous, as well as on a
conjunction
personal and written interview.
with the re-
Several other Detroit youth who
c e n t Detroit
will be in Israel at the time of
Jewish Youth
the conference will be able to
C o nf e rence,
attend as visitors; however, there
sponsored by
is only one delegate from each
the Jewish Na-
major community.
tional Fund
Internationally, 17 organiza-
and the Jew-
tions representing Orthodox,
Danny
ish Center.
In announcing that Danny will Conservative, Reform, Zionist,
be this city's official delegate to secular and Jewish Center Agen-
the World Jewish Youth Con- cies have been asked to select
ference, to be held Aug. 4-9 in delegates.
Danny Syme, recently chosen
Jerusalem, Tzvi Berkal and Nor-
man Flax, coordinators of the as "Teen of the Week" by one
local conference, stated that of the metropolitan daily news-
young men and women from 13 papers, will be a commencement
local organizations participated speaker at bo' Mumford and
Temple Israel when he is gradu-
in the contest.
Danny was a representative of ated this June.
He is on the executive board
the Michigan State Temple
Youth (MSTY), an organization of the Mumford Student Council
comprised of youth groups from and the drama Club, and will
all Reform Congregations in soon appear in his fourth school
Michigan, in which he serves as play, "Dinny and the Witches,"
this year's Mumford school
general vice-president.
In Israel, the young Detroiter drama.
Danny was chosen the best
will join with 400 boys and girls
representing every major Jewish high school actor in Detroit in
community in the world. These the recent "Salute to Youth"
young people will discuss the award, sponsored by the YWCA
general theme of the conference, for all high school students.
"Klal Yisroel Arevim Ze Lazeh"
("All of Israel is Responsible
One to the Other.")
In addition to lectures, work-
shops sessions and plenary busi-

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Molly Picon Will
Be Guest of
Pioneer Women

Molly Picon will be the guest
of honor at the Detroit Pioneer
Women's Israel Bond award
luncheon, on
April 18 in the
Town and
Country Club.
Guest artist
w ill be Lew
Norman, star
of the Yiddish
A r t Theater,
who won the
Show Business
award for his
performance of
"Biff" in the
Yiddish v e r -
sion of "Death
of a Sales-
man."
T h e lunch-
eon is in cele- Lew Norman
bration of the 15 t h anniver-
sary of Israel's statehood and
the redemption of the first Is-
rael Bonds, starting. May 1. For
luncheon reservations call DI
1-5707.
Heading the committee for
the luncheon are Mesdames Nor-
man J. Leemon, Milton Weiss,
Moe Saslove and Jack Gosman.

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