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November 08, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-08

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Friday, November 8, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 18

Members of Detroit Service Group
Tour of Israel Relate Experiences

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Pianist Chodos at
Pontiac Function
of Hadassah

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

THE ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Rabbi With the

Ink-Stained Hands," by Marc
Siegel, tells of the adventures
of Rabbi David Einhorn during
the Civil War.

* * *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: A Torah-Service, fea-
turing Rabbi Morris Lieberman
of Baltimore, who will speak on
"The Measure of Faith."
* * *

ALLEN LOVER
Mr. Allen Lover, new owner
of Allen's Salon located in the
Oak Park Shopping Center, W.
9 Mile Rd. at Coolidge, which
will open on or about Nov. 19.

Adv.

THE JEWISH HERITAGE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: I. Bashevis Singer
will discuss Jewish literature
with Rabbi Morris Adler in
"Conversation on Jewish Litera-
ture" presented in conjuction
with the Jewish Book Fair.

*

EMPEROR'S PHYSICIAN

Jacob Loans, a leading Jew-
ish physician who lived in Ger-
many in the 15th century, was
the personal physician of Em-
peror Frederick III.

Larry Freedman

TO DWELL TOGETHER

Members of the Detroit Group Israel Survey Tour have
returned home to relate their observations of the accomplish-
ments of Allied Jewish Campaign support in Israel. The Service
Group is the year-'round organization of Campaign workers in
the trades and professions. Pictured at bottom are tour chair-
man Milton K. Mahler and Mrs. Mahler on a visit to a Malben
treatment center for the handicapped aged. At top, Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Kaufman are shown admiring a rug being woven by a handi-
capped worker at the Malben center. Kaufman was chairman of
the Morticians Section of the 1963 Allied Jewish Campaign.

UN Role Described in Speech by Nedzi

The United Nations is not a
substitute for direct United
States action in international
affairs, Congressman Lucien N.
Nedzi said, noting the 18th an-
niversary of the founding of
the United Nations, in remarks
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to the House of Representatives.
He said:
"It is not a substitute for co-
operation with other nations on
affairs of local regional con-
cern. It is not a block nor a
bar to effective informal con-
sultation and joint effort, as in
the Atlantic community. It is
not a substitute for needed de-
fense alliances.
"We work through the U.N.
because it is helping to build
the kind of world we would like
to live in and do business in.
The U.N. is helping to build our
kind of world.
"In any serious discussion of
U.S. interests, and ways in
which those interests—strate-
gic. defense, political, diplo-
matic, economic and cultural—
can be protected and promoted;
in any discussion of the alterna-
tives available; in any examina-
tion of the record; the consen-
sus is: We need the U.N. be-
cause it is helping to create our
kind of world.

DAMAN

Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and
television simultaneously).
Feature: "Romance of Jewish
Books," a special feature in con-
junction with the Jewish Book
Fair, with Rabbi and Mrs. Jacob
E. Segal and Mrs. Samuel Lin-
den of the Jewish Book Fair
Committee.

*

*

Announcement was made this
week by Mrs. Meyer Simon that
Gabriel Chodos, pianist, will be
the guest of the Pontiac Chap-
ter of Hadassah at a special
fund-raising function at Pontiac
Northern High School, 1051 Ar-
lene St., Pontiac, Nov. 19.
Reservations can be made by
contacting Mrs. Sim o n, 111
Oneida, Pontiac, or other mem-
bers of Pontiac Hadassah.
Gabriel Chodos, son of Rabbi
Chodos of Los Angeles, is pres-
ently a member of the faculty
of the school of music of the
University of Oregon. Winner
of the California Best Pianist of
the Year Award and the Pasa-
dena Pianist Auditions, he has
performed with the Pasadena
Symphony Orchestra and has
been acclaimed at many re-
citals.
A Phi Beta Kappa graduate
from UCLA, Chodos studied
piano under noted teachers.

Orchestra &
Entertainment
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Featured at: Beth Aaron Men's Club
Winter Ball, New Year's Eve, 1963

*

COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR

OAK MANOR KOSHER CATERERS

Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
Station: WJLB.
Feature: The forthcoming com-
munity-wide reception for Hon.
Jacob Barmore, newly appointed
Consul General of Israel, will
be discussed by Mrs. David J.
Schachter, president of the
Michigan Region of Hadassah.

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Our Beautiful New

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BEFORE YOU BOOK YOUR AFFAIR ANYWHERE!
Phone 863-2446
8900 W. 7 MILE

Louis Ginsberg,
N oted Poet, Guest
Lecturer at WSU

Near Wyoming

MARGOLIS & SKORE

Louis Ginsberg, noted poet,

was a guest lecturer at Wayne
State University on Tuesday.
Under auspices of Uni-
versity Professor, Dr. John M.
Dorsey, Ginsberg spoke at
three session s, reading his
poems and explaining the new
trends in poetry.
Dr. and Mrs. Dorsey were
hosts at a dinner in Ginsberg's
honor. Dr. Dorsey read selec-
tions from the poet's works and
the poet spoke and elaborated
on poetry and American poets
during a question period.

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