100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

April 17, 1964 - Image 23

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-04-17

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

News Brevities

ROGER BALDWIN, national
Ambassador Yitzchak Harkavy,
head of the department of educa- founder of the American Civil
tion and culture of the Jewish Liberties Union, will be honored
Agency for Is- on his 80th birthday by the ACLU
rael, will be the of Michigan at a testimonial din-
guest speaker at ner, May 9, in the Rackham Me-
an Oneg Shabbat morial Building. The dinner will
opening the 66th mark the 44th anniversary of the
annual confer- founding of the ACLU. Dr. Walter
ence of the Na- Bergman is the honorary chair-
tional Conference man. Co-chairmen include Rabbi
of Jewish Com- Morris Adler and Councilman Mel
munal Service, Ravitz.
* *
May 30, at the
DAVID LIPPITT, special agent
Los Angeles
Statler Hilton for Indianapolis Life Insurance
Hotel. The for- Company in Detroit, was a featur-
Harkavy mer Israel Am- ed speaker at Indianapolis Life's
bassador to Uruguay succeeded "SELL-A-RAMA" held at the Clay-
Zalman Shazar, now President of pool Hotel in Indianapolis.
* * *
Israel, as head of the Jewish
WILLIAM
A VRUNI N, MRS.
Agency's cultural activities in the
THEODORE, BAR GMAN and
daspora.
* *
GEORGE M. STUTZ, of Detroit, will
Secretary of State DEAN RUSK serve on the program committee
and FRANCIS CARDINAL for the 1964 General Assembly of
SPELLMAN will be the guests of the Council of Jewish Federations
honor at the 57th annual dinner of and Welfare Funds, it was announc-
the American Jewish Committee, ed by Louis Stern of Newark,
April 30, at the New York Hilton, CJFWF president. Mrs. Joseph
it was announced by Avern Cohn, Cohen of New Orleans is chairman
Chairman of the Detroit Chapter. of the committee. Lavy M. Becker
Mr. Cohn said that a large dele- of Montreal and Willard L. Levy
gation from the Detroit Chapter is of St. Louis are vice chairmen. The
expected at the dinner, which will next Council General Assembly is
12-15.
highlight a five-day annual meet- to be held in St. Louis, Nov.
* * *
ing of the American Jewish Com-
HOWARD L. CLARK, president,
mittee, from April 29 through May
3. Secretary Rusk is to receive the American Express Company, re-
American Liberties Medallion ceived the Travel Industry's 1964
awarded by the American Jewish Human Relations Award at a din-
Committee since 1955 for "excep- ner sponsored by the American
tional advancement of the princi- Jewish Committee's Appeal for
Human Relations, April 15, at the
ples of human liberties."
Savoy Hilton Hotel, New York.
' *
Aharon Megged, one of Israel's
most eminent literary figures, will Student Zionist Organization
make a six-week l e c t u r e tour Announces Summer Institute
covering 32 American colleges and
The Student Zionist Organiza-
universities, speaking on behalf of tion announced that registration
Hillel Foundations of Bnai Brith. is now open for the 16th annual
Megged is being sponsored in summer institute. This seven-
this country by
week program is designed espe-
t h e United Jew-
cially for college students and
ish Appeal. H i s
gives them a chance to visit and
personal b a c k-
study Israel, at low cost; to gain
ground has given
thereby an intimate knowledge
him a deep con-
and understanding of the land and
cern with Israel's
its people.
complex prob-
The Institute is sponsored by
lems o f absorb-
the Student Zionist Organization
ing one of the
and is open to all students be-
greatest im
tween the ages of 17 and 25. For
migrations in his- t.
information contact the Student
tory. He
Zionist Organization, 220 S. State
born in Poland
Megged
St., Chicago 60604.
in 1920 and came to Israel—then
Palestine—at the age of five. He
4 Outstanding Israelis
was graduated from Herzliya Col-
lege in Tel Aviv in 1937. He joined Get Achievement Prize
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Four Is-
Kibbutz Sdot-Yam, near Caesarea,
and was a member for 12 years, raelis were named the winners of
working as a stevedore in Haifa the coveted Israel Prize, given
harbor, as a fisherman and a farm- each year on the eve of Independ-
er. He was also a member of Hag- ence Day for outstanding achieve-
anah. In 1947 he was sent to the ment in various fields. This year's
United States as a spokesman of winners were: Dr. Zeev Ben Hay ;
the Hechalutz Hatzair youth or- im, professor of Hebrew at the'
ganization. He has lived in Tel Hebrew University in Jerusalem;
Aviv since 1950. He is literary Dr. Moshe Rachmilewitz, head of
editor of the daily, "Lamerchav," the Had'assah-Hebrew University
and a former editor of the literary Hospital in Jerusalem; Supreme
bi-weekly "Massa" and other pe- Court Justice Moshe Silberg; and
Meir Margalit, of the Ohel Thea-
riodicals.
* * *
' ter in Tel Aviv.
DR. WILLIAM E. BUCKLER,
DON FROHMAN CHORUS
Dean of the Washington Square
College of Arts and Science of May 3rd—Detroit Institute of Arts
New York University, will be the
principal guest speaker at the 35th
annual convention of the National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs,
to be held April 19 to 22 at the
Concord Hotel, Kiameesha Lake,
N.Y.
*
*
It was announced by Morris B.
Newman, chairman of Histadruth
Ivrith of America (Hebrew Lang-
uage and Culture Association),
that Rabbi WILLIAM BERKO-
WITZ has been appointed chair-
man of its annual banquet to be
held at the Americana Hotel, New
York, May 3.
* * *
DR. ABBA P. LERNER of Michi-
gan State University, authority on
economic theory and policy, is
teaching a graduate seminar in
Macro Economic Theory at Wayne
State University during the cur-
rent spring quarter.

Schultz-Greenwald
Bethrothal Is Told

Friday, April 17, 1964 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

—23

Odessa Society Will Mark 16th Birthday of Israel

Odessa Progressive Aid Society
will honor the 70th birthday of
Louis Nathanson and will celebrate
the 16th anniversary of Israel at
a Yom Ha-Atzmaut event this Sat-
urday, 9 p.m., at Congregation Beth
Yehudah, 17556 Wyoming.
A new Israel movie will be a
special attraction; there will be

• Candids • Formals
• Movies

Presents A

Program for the Boy or Girl Ages
3-7. A fully planned 2-hr. session at
$1.00 per hour.

• BALLET
• RYTHM
• TAP
• PHYSICAL FITNESS

By

Competent Teachers and Staff —
Further Information

J. Jo CLARKE

Danish Margarine
Produced by Borden's

An old-world method of making
margarine has been brought to this
country by Borden's: the Danish
Chill Roll process.
This new, different kind of mar-
garine also offers the health bene-
fits of today's polyunsaturated mar-
garines.
The Danish margarine is an ex-
clusive recipe of kernel nut oils—
coconut, palm and, peanut — plus
cream, made on chilled rollers
rather than in high-speed rotators
used by other margarines.

M GM

STUDIO of DANCE

Pre-School Dance Educational

ALL Your Photography
Done in a Distinctive
Way For Those
Special Occasions

MISS CAROL SCHULTZ
The engagement of Carol Anne
Schultz to Alan J. Greenwald has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Schultz of
Indiana Ave. Mr. Greenwald is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Greenwald of Stansbury Ave.
Both Miss Schultz and her fiance
attend Wayne State University.

refreshments and Israel's birthday
will be toasted with Israeli wine.
Samuel H. Belkin, president of
the society, is the Israel annivers-
ary chairman. The affair is on be-
half of Israel Bonds.

25651 Coolidge Ave. LI 8-3161
Oak Park, Mich.
LI 5-3555

CALL MR. ROSEN 341-4141

For the Ultitnate in Music

THE TOWNSMEN

Call Maury Little

KE 4-5980

BERNARD H.

WINER

F

0

Candid Photography

KE 1-8196

Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

ASK ABOUT OUR COMBINATION SPECIAL

Motion Pictures

LI 2-7874

HOWARD H.

TRIEST

MARGOLIS & SKORE

KOSHER MEATS & POULTRY

Complete Selection of Kosher Frozen Foods

13514 W. 7 MILE ROAD

Between Hartwell & Schaefer

UNITED BRANDS • DETROIT, U. S. A. • 42 PROOF

WE DELIVER

DI 1-2840

AMPLE FREE PARKING IN REAR

HARRY
ARRY'S HUSTLERS, Inc.

RUBENSTEIN
A nn

A Summer Camping Experience FOR BOYS

Harry Rubenstein

A six-week camping adventure
that would make any parent
envious of their boy!
Brochures Now Available
for free information
and interview
Call Harry Rubenstein

548-5042

Enrollment Limit - 30 Bey,:

• Scenic Cruiser Transportation • Reasonable Rates
• Mature Adult Supervision

TOUR THE WESTERN UNITED STATES

SEE:
V Boy's Town V Boulder Dam V Yellowstone
P.' Pike's Peak V Las Vegas V Mount Rushmore
V Painted Desert Po' Hollywood V Upper Peninsula
1/' Grand Canyon V DISNEYLAND and MORE!

Optional Tour of New York's WORLD FAIR

A'64 electric range keeps cooler

So clean cooking—easier to keep clean too!

NO 'S THE TIME TO BUY—See your
electric appliance dealer

EDISON



Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan