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October 22, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-22

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Fern Bronson Now
Mrs. Gerald Broock

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Miss Katcher to Wed A Play, a Music Series and a Dance
Chicagoan Mr.Lifchez, on Schedule at the Jewish Center

On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

MRS. GERALD BROOCK

Fern Naomi Bronson became the
bride of Dr. Gerald Jay Broock
in a recent evening ceremony at
the Pontchartrain Hotel. Rabbi M.
Robert Syme officiated, and Can-
tor Harold Orbach was soloist.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Bronson of Bir-
wood Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Broock of Dayton.
Mrs. Joel Levine of Toledo,
the bridegroom's sister, was
matron of honor, and Charlene
Broock, another sister of the
bridegroom, was bridesmaid.
Best man was Ronald Finkel-
man of Dayton. Richard Broock of
Dayton served his brother as
usher, along with Joel Levine and
Dr. Herbert M. Gardner.
The couple plans to live in
Tacoma, Wash., a year before Dr.
Broock takes up his residency in
San Francisco.

Impressive Rush
on American Loan
Dollars as Gifts

Two week ago there were some
20,000 rare Morgan silver dollars
in bags in the vaults of American
Savings and Loan Association at
600 Woodward. But the pile is
vanishing.
The association started giving
away these coveted coins to per-
sons opening savings accounts of
$200 or more or adding at least
that amount to their present sav-
ings accounts.
From the start of the give-away,
according to Alfred L. Deutsch,
president of American, the main
office and the 11 branches of the
association in the metropolitan area
have done a brisk business in silver
cartwheels.
While the exact number of new .
savings accounts opened since
early in October is a secret, Deut-
sch said there had been some days
when more than 200 new accounts
were opened and rare silver dollars
given to those signing up for a
little saving.
Dates on the coins run from
1881 through 1887. They were re-
leased by the U. S. Treasury in
Washington about a year ago and
most of them quickly found their
way into the hands of collectors
and others who realize the pre-
sent and potential value of silver
dollars that are so scarce that
thousands of numismatists across
the country are trying to lay hands
on them, in singles and in lots.
As many as 2,000 showed up in
a single day at the height of the
"run" when the treasury discovered
the pile of silver in vaults where
it had been placed many years ago
and all but forgotten.
One dealer is said to have
offered $40,000 for a bag of the
precious Morgan dollars which had
been minted in 1879.
Deutsch said that families are
opening separate accounts for hus-
band and wife and in some cases
other members of the family, in
order to get as many of the scarce
silver dollars as they can while
the getting is good,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, October 22, 1963

MEN IN CRISIS
Time: 7 p.m. Thursday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: "Nasser versus Ben-
Gurion" is a review of the clash
between United Arab Republic
leader Gamal Abdel Nasser and
former Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion over the governing of the
Jewish homeland in 1948.
* * *
LIVING
Time: 9 a.m. Wednesday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: Mrs. Joan Comay, wife
of the former ambassador to the
United Nations from Israel, will
be interviewed by Carol Duvall.
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: "Voice of the Folk
Singer" with Theodore Bikel is
the first of a series on folk singers
of Jewish music, presented by Can-
tor Harold Orbach.

* *

*

HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
and
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "A Conversation With
Robert St.. John," author of "Roll,
Jordan, Roll," will discuss his new
novel and his interest in the land
of Israel. Melba Winer, hostess of
this series on great people and
books in Jewish literature, will
interview St. John on this program,
formerly titled "To Dwell To-
gether."
* * *
DIRECTIONS '66
Time: 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: "David and Nathan" is
the last in a four-part dramatic
series, "Great Prophetic Confron-
tations." It dramatizes the reflec-
tions of the aged King David on
his past glories and his confronta-
tion with the prophet Nathan.

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: Milton R. Konvitz, pro-
fessor of industrial and labor rela-
tions and professor of law at Cor-
nell University, will be interviewed
on the last of a series of "Aca-
demic Outlooks." Prof. Konvitz
has been honored by Liberia for
his work in drafting its laws.

*

* *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Leon A. Jick of
the Free Synagogue of Westches-
ter, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., will discuss
the "Pursuit of Happiness."

DAYENU

MISS MARIANNE KATCHER

Mr. and Mrs. Archie Katcher of
Wareham Dr., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Marianne to Aaron Ste-
phen Lifchez, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Zack I. Lifchez of Chicago.
Miss Katcher, a graduate of the
University of Wisconsin, where she
was affiliated with Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority, presently attends
the University of Illinois graduate
school of social work.
Her fiance attended Purdue Uni-
versity and the University of Illi-
nois, where he was affiliated with
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. He
received a masters degree from
Northwestern University and is
now a student at the Chicago
Medical School.
An August wedding is planned.

"Tevya and his Daughters," the
play based on Sholom Aleichem's
short stories, which will be Center
Theater's opening production, will
be directed by Beth- Sheva Laikin.
The cast includes Leo Mogill,
Ralph Bernstein, Joyce Feurring,
Lisa Carr, John Carmona, Hal
Adler, Marshall Rachleff, Margie
Goldman, Carole Chase, Irene
Goodman and Addie Beckerman.
Performances will be 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 6, 7, 11, 13, 14 in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater. Tickets are avail-
able at the Jewish Center, Marwil's-
Northland and Wayne State Uni-
versity.
For information, call Robert Mc-
Kee, managing director of Center
Theater, DI. 14200. There are
still some openings in backstage
crews and Center Theater classes.

with "Contemporary Music of the
Synagogue" Nov. 17.
.The Young Adults of the Jew-
ish Center will sponsor the first
dance of the season 9 p.m. Sun-
day at the Ten Mile Branch. Hy
Herman will furnish the music.
The dance is open to single adults
age 20-40.

U.S. Stamp to Honor
Memory of Einstein

WASHINGTON (JTA)—A com-
memorative postage stamp honor-
ing the late Jewish physicist Albert
Einstein will go on sale at first-
day ceremonies in Princeton, N. J.,
next March 14, according to an an-
nouncement by the Postmaster
General.
The 8-cent stamp honoring Ein-
stein is part of a series of 18
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postage stamps honoring ,the mem-
Mobile Theater will perform ory of prominent Americans which
Wednesday for the Forestry Wives are scheduled to be issued during
Convention at the Pontchartrain the next several years.
Hotel. They will present "One
World." For information on book-
FOR THE BEST IN
ings for Mobile Theater, call Lor-
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
raine Ernst, LI. 5-0761.

*

SAM EMMER

* *

The educational services division
And His Orchestra
of the Jewish Center will present
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a lecture - cantorial series on
"Great Cantors and their Music"

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starting 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The series, on four consecutive
TRADITION! TRADITION!
Wednesdays, will feature lead-
ing Detroit cantors. Coordinator
and commentator is Cantor
Harold Orbach.
"Music of the Bible" will initiate
the series Wednesday with Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman as guest artist.
MOVIES, SINCE 1946
On Nov. 3, "Music of the Great
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Cantors," will be presented with
Cantor Hyman Adler, and on Nov.
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Songs of Our People." Cantor
Leadership positions for the food Orbach will conclude the series

division of the 1965 Allied Jewish
Campaign and the food service
council of the Detroit Service
Group will be decided at the food
division's biennial meeting, 10:15
a.m. Nov. 7, at the Furniture Club.
Nominees will be presented by
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Entertainment
Music
George D. Keil, chairman of the
food service council nominating
committee and chairman of the
Have Your Family Portrait • Wedding
meeting. Abraham Borman, hon-
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orary chairman of the 1965 cam-
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paign, Max M. Shaye, president
of the Detroit Service Group, and
Edward J. Slotkin, food division
chairman of the last campaign,
serve with Keil on the nominating
committee.
- Paul Borman has been named
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to head the food division and
many active campaign leaders are
on the slate to be chosen.
Edward J. Slotkin has been
nominated for the chairmanship of
"Buy With Confidence"
the food service council.

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