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May 31, 1963 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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The Jewish Community Coun-
cil will sponsor its annual Insti-
tute for Program Planners 8:15
p.m. June 10 at the Jewish
Center.
Rabbi Irwin Groner, Institute
chairman, announced that invi-
tations have been sent to all
presidents of Council-affiliated
organizations, as well as their
program chairmen.
The Institute is designed to
aid program planners in finding
solutions to the problems of
stimulating membership inter-

Chajes Announces
Impressive Center
Symphony Season

Julius Chajes, conductor and
musical director of the Center
Symphony Orchestra, will pre-
sent Beethoven's Ninth Sym-

est and participation at meet-
ings.
Workshops will be featured
at this year's Institute in which
a variety of discussion, musical
and audio-visual techniques will
be demonstrated that may be
used to involve the membership
in more cohesive and meaning-
ful activities. Participants in the
workshops include Jason Tick-
ton, musical director at Temple
Beth El; Joseph Edelman, di-
rector of Culture and Program-
ming at the Jewish Community
Council; and Dr. Frances R.
Cousens, research analyst of the
Great Cities Program for School
Improvement. Harvey Zucker-
berg, city editor of the Detroit
Jewish News, and Dr. Samuel
Krohn, Council vice-president,
will also participate in the pro-
gram.
Those attending the Institute
will be able to consult with pro-
gram specialists on particular
problems faced by their own
organization and will receive
information regarding the serv-
ices available to every member
organization through the Coun-
cil's Program Service.
A social hour will follow at
the conclusion of the program
at which time the Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Am will host.

People
Make News

Yeshiva U. Presents Honorary Degrees to
7 Noted Personalities at 32nd Commencement

Seven leaders in the arts,
sciences and public life will
receive honorary degrees at
Yeshiva University's 32nd an-
nual commencement exercises
June 13.
The honorary degree recipi-
ents include Arthur J. Gold-
berg, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court of the United
States; Yaakov D. Herzog,
Israel Ambassador to Canada;
Dr. Eugene Paul Wigner,
Thomas D. Jones Professor of
Mathematical Physics at Prince-
ton University; Congressman
Abraham J. Multer from Kings
County; Louis Henkin, pro-
fessor of law at Columbia Uni-

versity; Rabbi Mendell Le-
wittes, of Young Israel Center
of Montreal; and Dr. Shelley
R. Saphire, retiring as director
of Yeshiva University High
Schools after 48 years of ser-
vice at the institution.

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PERSONALIZED
FITTING

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MISS ELAINE DOBRUSIN

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Elaine Deborah
Dobrusin, daughter of Mrs. Rose
Dobrusin and the Late Irving
Dobrusin, to Daniel Mayer New-
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Newman.
The wedding will take place
Aug. 4 at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue.
After a honeymoon in Miami
and Nassau, the couple will re-
side on Greenfield Ave.

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7:30 p.m. June 13 and will con-
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Free Bar Mitzvah les-
On May 25, six chukkers of tinue through June 20 and 27.
sons Cultural & Educational programs
JULIUS CHAJES
polo were played in the Coli-
Resi-
The
purpose
of
the
series
is
seum at the Detroit State Fair-
dent doctor & nurses.
I
phony in the opening concert grounds in the semi-annual to present the facts on an in-
of the 1963-64 season on Oct. polo exhibition game in behalf vestment medium. "Most people
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Other soloists scheduled to audience with the various basic vital for the investor to under-
stand
precisely
what
the
pros
appear with the Center Sym- snot s.
all stars were and cons of funds are and how
phony during the season are the winners.
to arrange a satisfactory and
* * *
Mischa Mischakoff, Gordon
Staples, Emily Austin, Abraham
ARNOLD PANITCH, son of profitable program."
There is no cost involved in
and Elaine Mishkind, violinists; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Panitch,
Paul Olefsky and Arthur Bach- will be among 60 students, the series. Fried and Kay are
of the
man, cellist; Mischa Kottler, teachers and counselors of both experienced and active in
pianist; Marius Fossenkemper, Western Michigan University to all phases of securities. Those
clarinetist; Ronald Odmark, participate in the 1963 Social wishing to attend the series
oboist; Charles Sirard, bassoon- Studies Seminar at Oxford Uni- may reserve places by calling
Let us help you plan your
.ist; Irwin Gilman and Don : versity in England, from June or writing Fried or Kay at 144
Zwickey, flutists. 30 to July 27. The group will Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 26,
Bar Mitzvah Reception-Dinner
The dates of the Tuesday : have a brief stay in Scotland, Mich., WO 3-3131.
You can be confident that our well
evening concert series will be six weeks in England and then
trained staff will put forth every effort
Oct. 15, Nov. 26, Dec. 17, Jan. a study tour of seven countries Kvutzah Ivrith Will
to make this memorable occasion
28, April 7 and May 12. on the Continent. Panitch will
a very happy one.
enroll in the Wayne State Uni- Hold Reading Program
The
Kvutzah
Ivrith
(Hebrew
versity Graduate School of
For the convenience of your out of town guests, we also have
Culture Society) will present
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readings by its members Satur-
DR. SAMUEL B E L K I N day evening at the home of
FOR YOUR
Plese call our catering manager, Mr. Sned-
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GRADUATION and
on May 23.
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Readings will be given by
* * *
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Aaron Toback, Morris Nobel,
BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN, Bernard Isaacs, Wolf Snider
national director of the Anti- and Dvora Orenstein. J. M.
.............
Defamation League of B'nai Mathis will be program chair-
I Inquire About Our
B'rith, will receive a Doctor of man. Joseph Katz is president.
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Humane Letters degree from Refreshments will be served.
William A. Dunn, Manager
Plan."
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa., Meyer Ben-Zvi will speak.
Sunday, for "his contributions
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21 - THE DETROIT JEWIS H NEWS -- Frida y, May 31, 1963

Jewish Community Council to Hold Dobrusin-Newman
l'roth Announced
Institute for. Program Planners

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