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March 05, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-05

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Lauvon-Zaver Rites
Slated for September

People Make News

CHARLES GERSHENSON, De-
troit civic leader, has been named
to the committee planning the 50th

anniversary celebration of the Na-
tional Jewish W elf are Board
(JWB), it was announced here by

Mrs. Florence G. Heller, president
of JWB. Philip M. Klutznick, of
Chicago, former U. S. representa-
tive to the Economic and Social
Council of the United Nations, is
serving as chairman of the com-
mittee. The year-long celebration
will begin April 27-May 1, 1966 at
the biennial national convention of
JWB in New York and will con-
clude at JWB's board of directors
meeting in April, 1967.
* *

MISS JOAN LAWSON

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lawson of
Northfield Blvd., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Joan Marilyn to Allan
Jay Zager, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Zager of Pennington Ave.
Plans are being made for a Sept.
12 wedding.

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RABBI ISRAEL MOWSHO-
WITZ, spiritual leader of the Hill-
crest Jewish Center in Flushing,
N.Y., has been elected chairman
of the board of directors of the

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

International Synagogue at J. F.
Kennedy Airport. Rabbi Mowsho-
witz announced that an Interna-
tional Jewish Museum will be es-
tablished at the synagogue, con-
taining religious objects from
Jewish communities an every con-
tinent.
* * *
PAUL EMILE CARDINAL LEG-
ER was awarded the Brotherhood
Award of Merit, citing him as a
world leader in the ecumenical
movement, at the 38th annual Fel-
lowship Dinner of Temple Emanuel
of Montreal. More than 500 men at-
tended the event, representing gov-
ernment, labor, industry, military
and consular_ groups in Montreal.
*• *
Sol W. Cantor, president of In-
terstate Department Stores, Inc.,

ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Features: "One Song More," the
story of Chaim Nachman Bailik,
the Jewish poet who wrote of the
1903 progrom in Kishinev, Russia,
will be presented as the last pro- has been named national develop-
grams in a four-part series on ment chairman of the Albert Ein-
poets and philosophers.
stein College of •

* *

TO DWELL TOGETHER
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2 and WJBK.
Feature: "Israel — the Cultural
Scene" will be discussed by Jacob
Barmore, counsel general of Israel,
and Joseph Edelman, former dir-
ector of the culture commission of
the Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit.
*
*
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Prince of the Ghetto,"
readings and interpretations of the
works of I. L. Peretz, will be pre-
sented by members of Detroit's
Center Theater.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Sheldon H. Blank
professor of Bible at the Cincin-
nati school of the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, will speak on "I Will Lift
Up Mine Eyes" in the first pro-
gram of a four-part series.

Medicine at Ye-
shiva University.
He will head the
college's $35,000,-
000 development
fund campaign to
strengthen a n d
expand its facili-
ties for medical
training, research
and patient care.
Cantor is a mem-
ber of the college
of medicine' s
board o f over-
seers and general
Cantor
chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York.
* * *
S 0 L 0 Al 0 N ROTHENBERG,
18653 Wisconsin, recently won two

awards for selling. He is employ-
ed by the Harry J. Altick agency
of State Mutual Life Assurance Co.
of America. Rothenberg became a
member of the company's circle
of honor for selling some $1,000,-
000 in insurance during 1964, and
also was honored for leading the
Detroit agency in selling over the
year.

* *

*

SPECIAL
Time: 10:50 a.m. Tuesday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: Mrs. Sander A. Hill-
man, Detroit Chapter of Hadassah
eye-bank chairman, will be inter-
viewed on the "Pat Morris Show."

ALFRED P. SCHWARTZEN-
FELD has been commended by the
U. S. Army Tank Automotive Cen-
ter for his work as chief of the
pricing services branch, Procure-
ment and Production Directorate,
at the center. He is a graduate
* * *
of City College, New York City,
Columbia University. Before
Lawyer to Host Show and
assuming his post with the Army,
Attorney Henry Baskin will host he taught economics at Wayne
a new radio series commencing State University. He lives with
10 p.m. Sunday on station WDTM. his wife and two sons on Indiana
Each week he will interview Ave.
the Michigan attorneys who par-
* * *
ticipated in the Lawyers Guild
Msgr.
JOSEPH
SULLIVAN, chan-
Mississippi Summer Project. The
first broadcast will be an inter- cellor of the Kansas City-St. Joseph
view with State Sen. Roger Craig. diocese, preached a guest sermon

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, March 5, 1965

•• •

at Temple Bnai Jehudah, the first
Catholic clergyman to preach to
the Jewish congregation.

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The Superior Council of Educa
tion in Quebec named to the Board
of Elementary Education of Mont-
real Mrs. SARAH PALTIEL, a
woman active in Jewish communal
affairs.
*
*
Rabbi STEVEN S. SCHWARTZ-
SCHILD has been appointed to a
new Chair of Judaic Studies at
Washington University, St. Louis,
it was announced by Chancellor
Thomas H. Eliot. The chair was
made possible, on a five-year trial
basis, through gifts to the univer-
sity raised by the St. Louis chapter
of the American Jewish committee,
which directed an effort to raise
$75,000 to endow the chair. The
university has purchased a $21,000
Hebraic library for use by Rabbi
Schwarzschild.
* * *
JACOB M. ALKOW, who served
as acting chairman of the com-
mittee on immigration, absorp-
tion and economics at the last .
Zionist Congress, -vill serve as
chairman of the annual Histadruth
Ivrith of America banquet, March
28 at the Americana Hotel, New
York City.
* * *
A Christian minister, the Rev.
E. A. MILLER was signally hon-
ored at the annual Order Day Din-
ner of the Bnai Zion at the Amb-
assador Hotel, Los Angeles, when
he was presented with a plaque
signifying that a garden of trees
had been set aside in his name at
the John F. Kennedy Peace Forest
in Israel. The award was given the
Glendale minister for posting a
mezzuzah on his congregation's
door in public protest against the
establishment of an American
Nazi headquarters in Glendale.

*
Rabbi Dr. CHAIM U. LIP-
SCHITZ, director of the commun-
ity service bureau of Yeshiva
Torah Vodaath and Mesivta, has
been invited to open the U.S. Sen-
ate with a prayer March 25. He is
the first Orthodox rabbi to be
invited three times to offer the
opening prayer. Rabbi Lipschitz
is the author of "The Shield of
Israel" and "A Treatise of the In-
ternational Date Line" in conjunc-
tion with Jewish law.

2 WSU Faculty Members
Win Probus Club Awards

Lachman-Glieberman
bow s Set for July

Two Wayne State University
professors received the Probus
Club Awards for Academic Achieve-
ment Saturday night at the club's
annual dinner at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel. Sidney L. Brand,
president of the club, made the
presentation.
Honored were Dr. John M. Dor-
sey, the University Professor, and
Dr. Calvin L. Stevens, chairman of
the department of chemistry. Dr.
Stevens, currently on a year's leave
of absence, returned from research
work at the Sorbonne to accept the
award. Both received $500 grants
without restrictions.
The presentation marked the
third time that the club, an organi-
zation of 100 Jewish business and
professional men, has honored
WSU faculty members. Other gifts
MISS SANDEE LACHMAN
and grants have been made to in-
and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lachman dividual Detroit hospitals
of Lauder Ave. announce the en- charities, while more than 50 stu-
gagement of their daughter Sandee dents have been assisted in the
Jane to Bernard Glieberman, son completion of their college careers
of Mrs. Gertrude Glieberman of by the club.

Prairie Ave. and the late Mr.
Louis Glieberman.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
the University of Miami, Fla. Her
fiance attended the Detroit Insti-
tute of Technology.
The couple plans a July wedd-
ing.

Branch 7 LZOA to Meet

Branch 7, Labor Zionist Organi-
zation, will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Milinsky, 18115 Parkside. Em-
anuel Mark will speak on Jewish
music.

Auction-Gaines Night
on Weekend Program

Farmington East Junior High
School will be the location for the
annual game night and auction
sponsored by the men's club and
sisterhood of Livonia Jewish Con-
gregation 8 p.m. Saturday.
Tickets will entitle guests to play
money for the many games or for
use at the auction. Thousands of
dollars in prizes and items for
auctioning will be available, and
refreshments will be served.
Tickets will be sold at the door.

Paraguayan Jewry
The Jewish community of Para-
guay, which was first established
early in this century, today num-
bers some 1,200 persons, the ma-
jority of whom live in Asuncion.

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Iry Ritters Direct
Music for Berkley
'My Fair Lady'

"My Fair Lady" will get the
local touch when Barbara and Iry
Ritter lead the Berkley Area PTA
Council chorus and band in the
musical favorite March 26-27 and
April 2, 3, 9 and 10 at Norup
Junior High School.
Ritter, -newly promoted as head
of the department of fine arts at
Butzel Junior High School, has
joined his wife to direct music in
two other Council plays, "Anything
Goes" and "Carousel."
Ritter, a Wayne State grad-
uate, has taught music in the De-
troit school system for 15 years,
co-chaired the annual music fes-
tival in the schools' northwest
district and written a guidebook
on the teaching of instrumental
music. He also teaches at the re-
ligious schools of Temple
Emanu-El and Cong. Beth Aaron.
Mrs. Ritter, a piano accompanist,
composer and arranger, is a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan,
where she was affiliated with the
national music sorority, Sigma
Alpha Iota.
The couple and their three chil-
dren live on Vernon Ave., Oak
Park.
Tickets to the show are avail-
able at Berkley High School, Norup
and Anderson Junior High.

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