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January 31, 1964 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-01-31

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Friday, January 31, 1964—THE DETROIT JEWSH NEW S-16

Bnai Brith Israel Bond Chairmen
Plan Series of February Functions

Bnai A- itA

Activities

Israel Bond chairmen met last week at the Bnai Brith
leadership reception to prepare for the Bnai Brith Israel Bond
program of events being held in February. They are from left,
seated: Max Schulzinger, Downtown-Fox; William Benderoff,
Marshall; Earl Gould, Tikvah and Alex Gottleib, Marshall.
Standing, rear: Max Fridman, Einstein; Elias Goldberg; Pisgah;
Robert Berman, Israel; Morris Direnfeld, Keidan; Vern Lieber-
Man, Bloch; Carmi Slomovitz, Centennial, and Harry Weinber-
ger, Metropolitan Bnai Brith Council Israel chairman. Einstein
lodge and Chapter will open the Bnai Brith series of events
on Saturday evening at 8:30, at the Beth Aaron Social Hall, with
Jacques Torczyner as speaker and Jenny Eisenstein, folk singer,
as guest artist. Eric Rosenow's orchestra will furnish music for
dancing. Other Bnai Brith events will be on Feb. 16, 1'7 and 18.
On Feb. 16 11 Lodges and their chapters will hold a Shower
of Stars night with Hy Sands, comedian, as guest star. Pisgah
will host an outstanding program headed by Jan Bart on Feb.
17 and Marshall will host a program headed by Emil Cohen,
comedian, on Feb. 18.

Hy Sands Heads Bnai Brith Bond
`Shower of Stars' Program Feb. 16

Hy Sands, comedian, who has
entertained audiences from
coast to coast, will head the
"Shower of
Star s" pro-
gram to be
presented by
11 Bnai Brith
lodges and
-$1 their chapters
Sunday, Feb.
16, 8:30 p.m.,
in the Gemi-
luth Chasso-
dim Social
H a 11, Green-
field and Vas-
sar, on behalf
of the Bnai
Br ith Israel
Bond program.
The lodges
a n d chapters
Hy Sands
sponsoring
this program include: Centen-
nial, Brandeis, Bloch, Detroit-
Suburban, Eddie Jacobson,
Downtown-Fox, Morgentau, Oak
Woods, Zager-Stone and B & P
and Gershwin Chapters.
On the program will be the
Zamarim, popular folk singers.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission is free to all.
Sands is the son of a cantor

from whom he learned the tra-
ditions and rich folklore of
Jewish .life that have endeared
him to this audience. Born on
New York's lower East Side,
he was a boy soprano in Cantor
Rosenblatt's choir. His career in
the Catskill Mountains Borscht
Circuit and in night clubs from
coast to coast, was interrupted
by service during the war. Upon
his return home he worked
with Barney Rossin going from
I home to home to collect ma-
terials for the Haganah, Israel's
defense force.
He has appeared on radio and
TV with Danny Kaye, Milton
Berle, Dean Martin, Joe Lewis
and Eddie Cantor.

Lad and Lassie Party

New Life Chapter, Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, will hold a Lad and
Lassie Games Party, 8 p.m., Feb.
11 at the Ferndale Community
Center. Prizes and refresh-
ments will be featured. For in-
formation, call Mrs. William
Sklar, 544-8408.

The man behind the Inter-
national Para-Olympics is Dr.
Ludwig Guttmann.

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PISGAH LODGE, in conjunc-
tion with the Jewish National
Fund, will honor the Martyrs'
Forest in Israel, including the
new John F. Kennedy Memorial
Forest, 8:30 p.m. Monday at the
Labor Zionist Institute. Rabbi
Philip Horowitz of Cleveland,
dean of the National College
Kallah Institute, study seminar
for the National Federation of
Temple Youth, will be speaker.
E n t ertainment r
w ill feature
The Zamarim,
musicians and
singers of in-
ternational folk
songs. The
group includes
Piet Bed, Hec- k4:
ky Lefko, Lor-
ry Jacobs and
Mickey Spira.
Rabbi Horo-
witz, born in
Vienna, came
to the United
States in 1928.
He received
his BA degree
at Yeshivah
College a n d Rabbi Horontz
MA at Columbia University. He
was ordained by the Hebrew
Union College —J ewish Insti-
tute of Religion and served as
educational director of t h e
Forest Hills Jewish Center.
From 1952 to 1959 Rabbi Horo-
witz was minister of religious
education athe Euclid Avenue
Fairmount Temple. A social
hour and refreshments in honor
of JNF Month will follow the
meeting. Burton Gutman, presi-
dent, announces that guests are
invited.
* *
OAK-WOODS CHAPTER will
hold its annual games night
8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Prizes and re-
freshments will be featured.
For reservations call Renee
Herman, DI 1-0679, or Eadie
Albion, EL 6-7194.
*
ISRAEL CHAPTER will hold
its third membership tea 8:30
p.m. Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Ben Mandell, 20561 Plain-
view. An interior decorating
display will be featured. For in-
formation, call chairman Mrs.
Murray Tait, UN 4-1959.
*
TIKVAH CHAPTER will hold
a board meeting noon Feb. 11
at the home of Mrs. Monte Mes-
kin, 18644 Ohio. Mrs. Morry
Kaplan, fund-raising vice presi-
dent, will discuss the March 15
Las Vegas Party at the Piemon-
tese Club. For information, call
Mrs. Milton Harris, LI 8-5048,
or Mrs. Arthur Weisberg, 647-
3777. Ticket chairmen are Mrs.
George Fleischer and Mrs.
Daniel Brickner.

Heritages in Judaism
on Conference Agenda
of Bnai Brith Women

Theater Event
Set by Women
of Alpha Omega

Two heritages in Jewish life
will be discussed at an all-day
Conference on Judaism, spon-
sored by Bnai Brith Women's
Council 9:30 a.m to 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Holiday Manor.

Detroit Women of Alpha Ome-
ga Dental Fraternity will spon-
sor a theater party for Edward
Albee's "Who's Afriad of Vir-
ginia Woolf?"
Feb. 19. at
Fisher Theat-
er.
The fund-
raising affair
is under the
c h a i r manship
of Mrs. Leslie
Moss and Pres-
ident Mrs. Ed-
Mrs. Meyers
ward Meyers.
Serving on the theater party
committee are Mesdames Al-
len Weiss, Leonard Posner
and Herbert Arons and ticket
chairman Mrs. Edwin Schnei-
der. For reservations, call
Mrs. Schneider, DI 1.1514.
The Detroit Women group
participates in international,
national and local dental philan-
thropies. These include the
Israel Dental School, which it
with the men's group, helped
found. Locally the women aid
indigent persons with dental
care at Sinai Hospital.
Other projects are to assist
children, servicemen and under-
graduate dental students, the
latter through the M. M. Fintz
Scholarship Fund.

Jason Tickton, associate
professor of music at Wayne
State University and music
director at Temple Beth El,
will speak on "The Wonder-
ful Heritage of Hebrew Mu-
sic."

Rabbi Morris Adler of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek and chairman of
the National Bnai Brith Com-
mission on Adult Jewish Edu-
cation, will discuss "The Heri-
tage of Adar in the Sophisti-
cated '60s."
The conference is held an-
nually under the auspices of
the Adult Jewish Education
Committee of the Metropolitan
Detroit BB Women's Council.

For information and reserva-
tions, call Mrs. Hyman Fox, UN
3-0876.

Bnai Brith Publishes
College Guide for Youth

A revised edition of the popu-
lar "College Guide for Jewish
Youth"—a perennial best seller
with information on Jewish as-
pects for 430 leading colleges
75 Homes for Aged
and universities in the United
There are some 75 homes for
States and Canada, was pub-
lished by Bnai Brith Vocational the aged under Jewish auspices
in the United States, caring for
Service.
more than 15,000 residents.
The guide is designed to help
the Jewish student select a
college that fits his curriculum
requirements and provides an
environment and facilities for
Jewish religious, cultural and
social-activities on campus.
The new edition, edited by
and ENTERTAINMENT
Dr. S. Norman Feingold, na-
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tional director of Bnai Brith
Vocational Service, and Dr. Al-
fred Jospe, director of programs
UN 3-5730
and resources of Bnai Brith
UN 3-8982
Hillel Foundations, is the fourth
since publication of the Guide 4 "
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