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March 19, 1965 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-19

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Simon-Waronoff Troth
Told in California

Akiva Hebrew Day School to Celebrate Founder's Day

Games Night Scheduled
by Chi Parents Club

Dr. William Brickman of the
Chi Chapter Parents Club of
University of Pennsylvania will ad-
Alpha Omega Fraternity will hold
dress a Founder's Day meeting
its annual games night 8:30 p.m.
commemorating the organization
March 27 at Madison Dental Sup-
of Akiva Hebrew Day School, 9
ply. Guests invited. Refreshments
p.m., March 29 at the Labor Zionist
will be served.
Institute.
Dr. Brickman,
THE MARK IV
professor of edu-
cational history
QUARTET & ORCHESTRA
and comparative
Call Us First for
education in the
an Estimate
graduate school
1341-0269
342-0110
of education, is
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also editor of the
educational jour-
A Founder's Day meeting to discuss the impact of the Hebrew
nal "School and
Ballroom Dancing by
day school on American Jewish education will be sponsored by the
Society."
Akiva Hebrew Day School 9 p.m., March 29 at the Labor Zionist
Author of seven Dr. Brickman
textbooks and numerous treatises Institute. Committee members planning the event are (from left)
COOLIDGE AT 9 MILE
and pamphlets, Dr. Brickman also seated: Phillip Stollman, Zvi Tomkiewicz, David I. Berris; standing:
Oak Park — LI 7-4470
W.
MAPLE AT CRANBROOK
serves as educational consultant to Sheldon Salzman, Dr. Leon Herschfus, Rabbi James I. Gordon, Rabbi
Birmingham — MI 7-1262
several encyclopedias. As first Hayim Donin and Ithamar Koenigsberg.
president of the Comparative Edu-.<
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cation Society, he directed the
is
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school visitation programs for
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American and foreign professors
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in education abroad and has served
'
MIKE GREEN'S
auest
s g rofessor in man - leading
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The International L an g ua g e 8 p.m. Thursday on "The Use 1(
MUSIC
universities in the United States.
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Festival is being held through and Need of Foreign Languages in *
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LI
8-4432
Within recent years he com-
*
March 30 at the International In- Detroit." Irwin Shaw, executive
pleted extensive studies on the stitute, with members of the Jew-
director of the Jewish Center, will
school systems of Russa and of ish community participating.
be spokesman for the Jewish
Israel on behalf on the State De-
PLANNING
schools and agencies concerned
Mayor
Cavanagh
has
proclaimed
partment. Dr. Brickman was co-
A
WEDDING?
with the promotion of the Hebrew
chairman of the Committee on Day the period through April 4 as "In- language in the community.
ternational
Language
Festival
A
BAR
MITZVAH?
Schools at the World Conference
On the panel will be representa-
on Jewish Education in Jerusalem Weeks."
REMEMBER . .
tives from industry and education.
A unique exhibition of books
in 1962.
On
Wednesday,
at
7:30
p.m.,
a
that
have
had
an
impact
in
The public is invited to the
Hillel Day School choir will pre-
literature through translations
meeting.
includes Charles Feinberg's Walt sent a selection of Hebrew songs.
SAVES THE DAY !
Whitman collection in 50 lan- Meyer J. Mathis, Hebrew teacher,
Parents' Group Will Hear guages, as well as some im- will talk on "Modern Methods for
For Fine
Jew's Position in America portant works in Hebrew and an Ancient Language," giving an
Color MOVIES Call
actual demonstration of the tech-
Hubert J. - Sidlow of the Jewish Yiddish. Close to 600 volumes
DI 1-6990 — LI 3-3400
Community Council will speak on in about 70 languages are on dis- niques used in a "modern" He-
brew class. The public is invited.
"The Position of the Jew in Amer- play.
There will be a panel discussion
ica" at a meeting of Parents With-
out Partners 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Jewish Center.
Coffee will be served. There will
be a nominal charge for prospec-
tive members. For information,
call Mrs. Norma Wollach, LI 7-
Woodrow Wilson Fellowships
0978.
have been awarded to three Univer-
The Jewish community of Ecua- sity of Michigan students from the
ORCH ESTRA
dor, which dates back to the begin- area. Honorable mentions were
CALL:
LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
ning of this century, today num- awarded to several others.
bers some 2,000 persons, most of
The U. of M. seniors were se-
whom live in the capital city of lected in nationwide competition.
Quito.
Among the fellowship winners
were Mark S. Slobin of Detroit,
BECAUSE OF THE GREAT RESPONSE BY
Jeffrey Mitchell of Bloomfield
Hills and Richard N. Sinkin of • THOSE WHO ATTENDED LAST YEAR'S
Ann Arbor.
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Honorable mentions were won • SEDORIM WE ONLY HAVE A VERY FEW
by Detroiter Lionel M. Allan and •
RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE FOR THIS
Robert J. Fisher of Livonia.
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Out-of-state fellowship winners ,D
• YEAR'S
included Marcia S. Mancoff. and •

Last Week's Winner of the
Marian B. Abramson of the Chi-

cago area and Richard Kraut of
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JACK BARNES

MISS JUDITH SIMON

Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Sim in
of Palm Springs, Calif., announce
the engagement of their daughter
Judith Ann to Henry Z. Waronoff
of North Hollywood, Calif., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Waronoff
of Appleton Ave.
The couple is planning a May
22 wedding.

Eli Chabenskys Mark
Golden Wedding Date

H ebreiv Among the Tongues Featured

at International Language Festival

. M. G. M. :

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SID SIEGEL

MR. AND MRS. CHABENSKY

In honor of the 50th wedding an-
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Chabensky of Clements Ave., an
open house for friends and rela-
tives was held by their children
Sunday in their home.
The Chabenskys are parents of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chapin, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Chapin and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Chapin. The hon-
orees, who have seven grandchil-
dren, were born in Ekaterinoslav,
Russia and were married here
March 13, 1915.

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March 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Lipshaw (Alice Levy), 18440 Fair-
field, a daughter, Carolyn Sue.
* *

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Jerome Cohen (Carole Friedman),
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Marcia.
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Wilson Fellowships
to Area Students

TU 3-1441

Feb. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Chasnick (Diane Beckman), 1862,8
Sorrento, a son, Matthew Law-
rence.

To Mr. and Mrs. Murray Slo-
movitz, 20501 Grandville, an adopt-
ed son, Steven.

Hordes Fund Breakfast
Scheduled for Sunday

Rabbi J. J. Hecht of New York
will be guest speaker at a William
Hordes Memorial Fund breakfast
9:30 a.m. Sunday at Imperial
Kosher Caterers.
Rabbi Hecht is spiritual leader
of Cong. Yaacov-Yosef in Brook-
lyn and a leader in the battle
against assimilation. He has ap-
peared on radio and has a weekly
TV program. A leader at Camp
Emunah, a Lubavitcher camp for
girls in the Catskills, he heads
The National Committee for Fur-
therance of Jewish Education.
A report on modernization plans
for Camp Gan Israel, near Fenton,
will be given by architect Abraham
Waranoff. There will also be a
progress report on the campaign to
raise funds for the improvement
of Camp Gan Israel, whose main
building will be named in memory
of William Hordes.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
26—Friday, March 19, 1965

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