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June 07, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-07

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Council-Affiliated Organizations
Bar-Ilan Women's
to Learn Programming Techniques Semi-Annual. Fete

Jason Tickton, director of
music at Temple Beth El and
a member of the Wayne State
University faculty, Joseph Edel-
man, of the Jewish Community
Council staff, and Dr. Frances
R. Cousens, research analyst of
the Great Cities Program for
School Improvement, will head-
line the Community Council's
Annual Program Planners Insti-
tute 8:15 p.m. Monday at the
Jewish Center.
The Institute is designed to
help strengthen Council-affili-
ated organizations by suggest-
ing ideas for the development
of interesting and effective
programming.
A workshop on the use of
music in organizational pro-
gramming will be led by Jason
Tickton. These will. include
program use of recordings and
artists. The methods for achiev-
ing the fullest use of films and
other audio-visual materials
will be the subject of a work-
shop conducted by Joseph
Edelman. Dr. Frances Cousens
will lead a workshop on dis-
cussion techniques, ' including
buzz sessions, role playing and
"brainstorming."

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Harvey Zuckerberg, city edi-
tor of The Detroit Jewish News,
will discuss methods of pub-
licizing or g a n i z a tional pro-
grams. Following the workshop
sessions, a problem panel mod-
erated by Hubert J. Sidlow,
co-chairman of the Council's
Internal Relations Committee,
will answer specific questions
relating to organizational pro-
gramming problems. In addi-
tion, specialists will be avail-
able for consultation and in-
formation. The Institute will
also make it possible for those
attending to share program
ideas and • experiences which
have proved to be successful
in their respective organiza-
tions.
The Sisterhood of Temple
Beth Am, under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Sol Carr, will
serve as hostesses at a social
hour at the conclusion of the
program. Other hostesses will
include Mesdames David David-
son, Irving King, and Robert
Sovel.

Furniture Club Golf
Outing Will Benefit
Underpriviledged Kids

The 40th annual golf outing
sponsored by the Furniture
Club of Detroit will be held
Tuesday at Western Golf -and
Country Club.
Included in the day's program
will be golfing, swimming and
softball games with hundreds
of prizes to be _distributed.
Proceeds from the outing will
be used to send underprivi-
ledged 'children to summer
camp.
Guests are invited. For ticket
information, phone DI 1-1734.

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Herman Cohen, 35, a native De-
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and became the successful pro-
ducer of 30 movie pictures, re-
turned to Detroit this week as
the producer of "Black Zoo,"
and interestingly enough it is
playing at the Fox Theatre
where Cohen started into show
business as an usher and thea-
ter manager.
In recognition of Cohen's rise
in the movie industry, his ad-
herence to his production code
that never shows teen-agers in
a bad light, except under the
sinister influence of adults and
the fact that Cohen has become

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Paul Schoenfield, 16-year-old
pianist, will be the soloist in
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.
4 at the family concert 2:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish Center.
Paul, a student of Julius
Chajes for the past three years,
has previously appeared as solo-
ist with the Center Symphony
Orchestra and with the Cass
Tech Orchestra.
The Center Symphony Orches-
tra, under the direction of
Chajes, will be heard in Mozart's
Over t u r e "Cosi fan tutte,"
Chajes' Hebrew Suite and Vi-
valdi's Concerto for Three Vio-
lins with Dorothy Roth, Kay
Buchbinder and Patricia Bagdol
as violin soloists. Tickets are
available at the Center's Cashier.

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a spokesman for the movie in-
dustry to high schools, univer-
sities, PTA groups, Mayor
Jerome P. Cavanagh prolaimed
"Herman Cohen Day." In the
mayor's absence, the proclama-
tion was presented to Cohen by
Ray Girardin, executive secre-
tary to the mayor.
Herman is the son of Meyer
Cohen, 20512 Murray Hill. He
has three sisters in Detroit,
Mrs. Beatrice Banks, Mrs. Belle
Levine and Mrs. Dorothy Droz.

For fine color movies
of your wedding

Mrs. Max Stollman, national
president of American Women
for Bar-Ilan University, this
week announced that the semi-
annual event of Detroit chap-
ter of the movement will be
held at 12:30 p.m. Thursday,
June 27, at the Bnai Moshe,
14390 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
Dr. Henry Raphael Gold, of
New York, nationally promi-
nent psychiarist and one of the
best known Orthodox Jewish
leaders and noted orators, will
address the gathering.
Mrs. Stollman will report on
the latest developments at Bar-
llan University.
Shirley Monson, interpreter
of classical music and Israeli
folksongs, will be the guest
artist.
All friends of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity are invited to this get-
together, at which a dessert
luncheon will be served, Mrs.
Stollman said.
Announcement was made
this week that Jerome Kutnick,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kut-
nick, last year's winner of the
S. L. A. Marshall Scholarship,
will complete his year 'of study
at Bar-lian University next
month and will report here
thereafter on the scholastic pro-
gress of the university located
in Ramat Gan, Israel.

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