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November 22, 1963 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-22

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ROSE STEINHARDT BOOK
REVIEW CLUB will meet Sat-
urday at the home of Mrs.
Simon Slutsky, 18658 Green-
lawn. Mrs. Harold Berke will
review "Satan and Goray" by
Isaac Singer.
* * *
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will meet 12:30 Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. Charles
Blumenstein, 20225 Briarcliff.
Current events will be dis-
cussed.
* * *
NORTHWEST YOUNG IS-
RAEL SISTERHOOD will hold
its Hanukah supper Dec. 7. Mrs.
Ernest Greenfield is chairman
and Mrs. M. Ehrlich is co-chair-
man. There will be entertain-
ment by an Israeli combo and
a talk on Jewish humor by Mrs.
David Cohen. Community sing-
ing and games will complete
the evening. Guests are invited.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE DETROIT
CANCER FIGHTERS will hold
it's "Champagne Evening" at
8:30 Monday at the Raleigh
House. Mrs. Charles Young,
vice-president of programming,
has arranged for a round-the-
clock fashion show with mem-
bers as models. Refreshments
will be served. Contact Mrs.
Earl Shipper, EL 6-1585 for in-
formation. The event is for
paid-up members only.
* * *
BNAI DAVID SISTERHOOD
will meet Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Oscar Shorr,
14211 Vernon, Oak Park. Mes-
dames Ernest Slobin and Helen
Young are co-hostesses. Lunch
will be served.
* * *
MEDICAL AID GUILD will
meet 12:30 p.m. Monday at the
Oak Park Jewish Center.
Games- will be played folllow-

ing a dessert luncheon. Guests
are invited.
* * *

CONG. BETH SHALOM SIS
TERHOOD will meet 12:30 p.m.

R.

Brown to Produce
Drama Written for
UJA 26th Parley

Himan Brown, noted Broad-
way and Hollywood producer
and former chairman of WA
radio, television and motion pic-
ture activities,
will produce
and direct an
original drama
especially writ-
ten for the
WA's 26th an-

n u a 1 national

conf erence.
Entitled
"From Many
Egypts," t h e
drama tells
the story of
Jewish wan-
derin g and
homelessness
from 'ancient Himan Brown
thiough present times.
The play was written by top-
rated TV playwright Allan E.
Sloane who has been called by
leading critics one of America's
most sensitive television drama-
tists.
The UJA conference will take
place Dec. 6 to 8, at the New
York Hilton Hotel, with more
than 2,000 delegates in attend-
ance from every part of the
country.
The three-day meeting will
set a goal for UJA's 1964 nation-
wide drive in behalf of needy
and distressed Jews in 30 coun-
tries the world over.

ors

Dec. 11 at the synagogue, an-
nounced Mrs. Harry Paul, pro-

gram chairman. Dr. Abraham
Citron, noted sociologist, will
be guest speaker. Citron is the
midwest regional director of
the American Jewish Commit-
tee. Guests are invited.
* * *
TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTER-
HOOD will present Sol I. Litt-
man, Michigan Director of the
Bnai Brith Anti-Defamation
League, in the second of a
series of six "Book Review and
Breakfast" programs Monday
at the Temple. Littman is a
member of the Committee on
Better Human Relations, the
Michigan Department of In-
struction, the Steering Com-
mittee of the Michigan Co-
ordinating Council on Civil
Rights and the Board of Direc-
tors of the Detroit Fair Hous-
ing Committee. Tickets are
available from Mrs. Charles L.
Goldstein, ticket chairman, UN
2-7414. Breakfast will be served
at 10 a.m., the review will fol-
low.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREEN-
FIELD SISTERHOOD will hold
a rummage sale on Monday and
Tuesday in Royal Oak. Mrs.
Joseph Grossman is general_
chairman. Call- Mrs. Grossman,
LI 4-4084, or Mrs. Penfil for
pick-up.
* * *
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER, Pioneer
Women, will hold its games
party 8:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Call
Gertrude Lind, KE 7-1054, for
tickets. Prizes will be given.

Refreshments will be served.
(More Clubs on Page 19)

Amiounce Issue
of English-Hebrew
Dictionary in 1 Volume
The recent publication of
"The Complete English-Hebrew
Dictionary" in one volume has
been announced by Prayer Book
Press of Hartford.
Written and printed in Is-
rael, this 2,150-page masterwork
of Reuben Alcalay, chief of the
translation department of the
Prime Minister's Office in Is-
rael, represents eight years of
comprehensive research. Alca-
lay was assisted by the special
collection of words compiled
by the authoritative Hebrew
Language Academy.
The dictionary features more
than 120,000 entries, covering
words from the ancient Scrip-
tures and later religious writ-
ings to words and expressions
born of modern concepts and
ideas. Included are current con-
versational and literary words,
medical, scientific and technical
terms beyond the scope of
everyday use; idiomatic expres-
sions, phrases, parts of speech
and country of origin of each
entry.
It is believed to be the most
extensive dictionary of its kind
ever to be published because of
the many years of compilation
plus the completeness and accu-
racy of translation. It has been
endorsed by religious, political
and educational leaders of all
denominations.
More detailed information is
available from the publisher,
Prayer Book Press, Inc., Hart-
ford, Conn.

Israel industrial exports (oth-
er than diamonds) increased by
21% during the first nine
months of 1963, as compared
with the corresponding period
of last year.

OSS

MISS RENA SCHWARTZ

Mr. and Mrs. Max M, Schwartz
of Indiana Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,

Rena, to Gerald M. Chernow,
son of Mrs. Betty Chernow and
Jack Chernow of California. A
March 14 wedding is planned.

Urge Germany Act
on Laws to Aid More
Victims of Nazism

GENEVA, (JTA) — Dr.
Nahum Goldmann urged the

new West German government
to take action on long-pending
amendments to liberalize West
German reparations and com-
pensations to victims of the
Nazi era.
Speaking as president of the
Conference on Jewish Material
Claims Against Germany, Gold-
mann told the closing session
of the fourth annual assembly
of the European Jewish Com-
munity Services that the amend-
ments had been pending since
1951.
Daniel Mayer, president of
the League for the Rights of
Man, stressed at the same ses-
sion that the current relaxation
of cold war tensions provided
an "excellent opportunity" to
act to implement United Na-
tions positions on human rights.

Bronxville Residents Form Group to Fight
Ban Against Jews Who Seek Residence
NEW YORK, (JTA)—A group
Mrs. William L. Colt, a leader
of 185 residents of Bronxville, of the committee, and one of
N. Y., a wealthy community its founders, has said that "if
widely known as barring Ne- there are any Jews living here,
groes and Jews throughout its you can't find them." Sen. Jacob
75 years of existence, has estab- K. Javits of New York, in his
lished a Committee on Human book "Discrimination—U.S.A.,"
Rights to fight such exclusion. said Bronxville has the reputa-
tion "of admitting only persons
who profess to be Christian."
Israel's 2 Tire Firms
From its beginning, it has re-
Plan Merger; Bank
mained mainly Anglo - Saxon,
Places Shares in U.S.
Protestant and wealthy, made
Negotiations towards merger up, as envisaged by its founder,
between Israel's two tire com- William Van Duzen Lawrence,
panies, Alliance Tire & Rubber "of a class who could get along
Co. Ltd. and Samson Tire & with each other." • Bronxville
Rubber Co., Ltd., proceed with real estate enterprises, like
hopes on both sides for an early Bronxville residents, deny dis-
crimination. The standard ex-
conclusion.
Advantages expected to flow planation is that "Jews just
from the union include rationali- haven't cared to come here and
zation in production and econo- Negroes can't afford to."
mics in selling and administra-
tive organizations. Alliance is
SAM ROSEN B LAT
quoted on both the American
Master of Ceremonies
and Tel-Aviv Exchanges, but
And His
separate registers are maintain-
Dance and Entertainment
ed for each, although the shares
Band
in both places enjoy identical
Party Arrangement Specialist
rights with no transfers between
the exchanges permitted.
UN 4-0237
KE 8-1291
A few months ago, Israel Dis-
count Bank successfully arranged
a private placement of its shares
in U.S.A. via Kuhn, Loeb & Co.
Now Bank Leumi is making a
rights issue to stockholders of
one share for two, with Kuhn,
Loeb & Co. leading a U.S. group
in the underwriting of the issue.

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Lloyd Weston Wins
Journalism Fraternity
Prize for Reporting
Lloyd H. Weston, 18108 Ken-
tucky, won third prize at the
54th national convention of
Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalistic society, in Norfolk,
Va.
Weston, the son of Mrs. Ethel
Weston, is a senior at Wayne
State University and is presi
dent of the university's chapter
of the society. He is news edi-
tor and columnist for the stu-
dent newspaper, The Daily Col-
legian.
He was awarded the prize
for his reporting of a conven-
tion address and press confer-
ence by Dr. Glenn Seaborg,
chairman of the United States
Atomic Energy Commission.

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31 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fri day, Nov. 22, 1963

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