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October 15, 1965 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-15

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2 Children's Days
Set for Book Fair

The 14th Annual Jewish Book
Fair, to be held at the Jewish
Center Nov. 13-21 will have many
activities for children.
Mrs. Bruce Thal, chairman of
the Book Fair children and youth
committee, reported that both
Sundays (Nov. 14 and 21) of the
fair will be devoted to children,
with puppet shows each day.
The Mildred Berry Puppets will
starred in "G'Dee Celebrates
the Holidays," and author Martha
Marenof will tell stories after each
show.
In addition, Detroiter Miriam
Selker Dodek, author of "River of
Wonders—Stories of the Nile," will
lecture to Sunday school class
groups that have been invited to
the Fair. Mrs. Dodek has traveled
in Europe, Africa, the Middle East
and the Far East.

Zail Pearson Engaged
to Robert Shapiro

MISS ZAIL PEARSON

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pearson of
Cranbrook Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Zail to
Detroit UJA Study Group Robert Shapiro, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marcus Shapiro of Sussex
in Israel — 42 Strong
Ave.
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Two regional United
Jewish Appeal study groups—one
from Detroit and one from New
Jersey—have arrived in Israel.
The 42-member Detroit group is
led by Walter Field and George
Stutz. The 12-member New Jersey
group is from Essex County.
The groups will be briefed dur-
ing their 12-day and 14-day stay,
respectively, on Jewish affairs and
UJA and JDC matters and have
the opportunity to study im-
migrant absorption at first hand.

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Fisher, Avrunin
Named on CJFWF
Assembly Program

Max M. Fisher, chairman of the
executive committee of the Jewish
Welfare Federation of Detroit, will
present a major address at the 34th
general assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds at the Queen Elizabeth
Hotel, Montreal, Nov. 11. William
Avrunin, Federation executive di-
rector, will present a paper at the
Assembly oneg shabbat, Nov. 13.
Fisher, who is general chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal,
treasurer of the Jewish Agency,
and a board member of the Coun-
cil, will address the opening gen-
eral session on the subject, "Over-
seas Changes and Prospects," and
will detail the overseas outlook,
programs and responsibilities for
the coming year, and the role
which North American Jewish
communities will play in meeting
these, needs.
Avrunin's address will concern
itself with "Jewish Education —
Bringing Relevance and'Quality to
Reality." He will discuss the rela-
tionship of the organized Jewish
community to local Jewish educa-
tion programs.
Concurrently with the Assem.
bly, the Large City Budgeting Con-
ference will hold major meetings,
during which the 23 largest wel-
fare funds will undertake review
of 1966 budgets of cooperating na-
tional and overseas agencies.
More than 30 Detroiters have
already placed reservations for the
Montreal assembly, including the
current Frank A. Wetsman Award
and Sylvia Simon Greenberg Lead-
ership Award recipients, Herbert
Aronsson and Mrs. N. Brewster
Broder.
Avrunin and George M. Stutz, a
board member of Federation and
the Council, serve on the assembly
program committee. Judge Theo-
dore Levin has been nominated to
the CJFWF board and Fisher was
nominated vice-president of the
Council.

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People
Make News

Judge BENJAMIN D. BURDICK
will be the guest speaker of the
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital, Detroit League,
at the home of Mrs. Ida Baker,
14444 Vassar, 'Wednesday, 12 noon.
His subject will be "Divorce al-,d
How It Affects the American
Home."
* * *
BLAIR MOODY Jr., candidate
for Circuit Court, will be honored
at a reception and dinner Tuesday,
at the D.A.V. Memorial Center.
Mobdy, 37, son of the late Senator,
won the number one spot among
the eight nominees to the newly
created Circuit Court seats. Jordan
Rossen, Detroit attorney , is ,
Moody's campaign manager.

*

*

Judge BENJAMIN D. BURDICK
will be the guest speaker at a
meeting of the Northville Rotary
Club, the Presbyterian Church in
Northville, at noon Oct. 26, on the
subject "Circuit Court and Law
Enforcement."
* * *
Torah convocations for Jewish
military personnel on duty with
the U.S. Armed Forces in Great
Britain, Germany, France, Spain,
Turkey and Greece will be con-
ducted by Rabbi SELWYN D.
RUSLANDER, of Temple Israel,
Dayton, 0., from Oct. 22 to Nov.
24.
* * *
Boston psychiatrist Dr. JOHN
P. SPIEGEL has been named the
first director of Brandeis Univer-
sity's recently created Institute of
Violence. In addition, Dr. Spiegel
has been appointed professor of
social psychiatry at Brandeis' Flor-
ence Heller Graduate School for
advanced studies in social welfare.
* * is

Dr. SHLOMO HARAMATI, su-
pervisor of adult education pro-
grams in the Israel Ministry of
Education and Culture, has joined
the staff of the department of
education and culture of the Jew-
ish Agency-American Section, in
charge of its Hanhalat Halashan
(dissemination of Hebrew studies)
program, it was announced by Dr,
Samuel Blumenfield, director. Dr.
Haramati, who has studied and
taught in both the United States
and Israel, arrived in the United
States last week to assume his new
duties.
* * *
Dr. BERNARD E. DONOVAN,
superintendent of schools of the
City of New York, was cited at
a reception sponsored by the
Israel Education Fund of the
United Jewish Appeal.

Mrs. Comay to Address UN Chapter
at Luncheon Session During UN Week

Joan Comay, the wife of Israel
Ambassador to the United Nations
Michael Comay, will address the
Detroit Chapter of the United Na-
tions Association, at the luncheon
of the all-day conference in Rack-
ham Auditorium, noon Oct. 26.
marking the observance of UN
Week Oct. 24-30.
Mrs. Comay was born in the
Union of South Africa and re-
ceived a degree in architecture
from Capetown University. Shortly
after World War
II she and her

lawyer - husband
settled in Pal-
estine where she
became a driver
for the under-
ground
ground forces
working for Is-
r a e l's indepen-
dence.
In 1950, Mrs.
Comay's husband Mrs. Comay
was appointed Ambassador to Can-
ada, and Mrs. Comay became a
much sought-after lecturer there.
Since 1960, Mr. Comay has been
Ambassador to the United Nations
from Israel.
Mrs. Comay has had articles in
"Holiday" magazine and other
major publications. Her book, "Ev-
eryone's Guide to Israel," pub-
lished by Doubleday, has had wide
readership. Recently she finished
a children's book on Israel.
The theme of the conference,
"Women's Stake in World Affairs,"

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Oct. 26.
The °conference is open to the
public.

Best of the 'Phoenix Nest'

To the "Phoenix Nest," that
weekly column which he conducts
up front in the Saturday Review,
Martin Levin has attracted many
of our wittiest contemporary
writers, who have found here a
haven convenient for striking back,
by the word rather than the sword,
at the woes human kind has fallen
heir to these days.
For a new book, "The Bedside
Phoenix Nest" (or "21 Nights
with America's Humorists"), Le-
vin has collected his favorite -pieces
from the past five years and ar-
ranged them in 21 chapters for
end-of-day reading. Ives Washburn
will publish "The Bedside Phoenix
Nest" on Nov. 5.

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NORMAN BERMAN, musician
and dancer who has appeared in
several dance companies and on
Detroit television, wrote and
directed the musical extravaganza,
"The Nite They Invented Champ-
agne" starring the new American
Follies troupe Saturday evening at
Southfield High School. Proceeds
of the benefit show went to the
Children's Leukemia Foundation of
Michigan. Co-producers were IR-
WIN BUCHALTER and NORMAN
ALLAN. American Follies is
a new troupe involving perform.
ers from the Detroit area. For in-
formation, and auditions, write
American Follies, Box 1049, North-
land Center, Southfield.
* * *
STEVEN MORRIS, son of the
Harry Morrises of 19766 Strath-
moor, was elected Mayor-of-De-
troit-for-a-Day at the annual Boys
Day Wednesday at the Veterans
Memorial Building. Steven is a
senior at Henry Ford High School.

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Deadly chemicals sometimes sounded.
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found in moonshine whiskey may
take months or even years to
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
bring death.. . . .
. Friday, October 15,. 1965-29

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