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October 29, 1965 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-29

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Israeli Archeologist Dr. Biran to Speak at Shaarey Zedek-Bnai Brith Institute

In conjunction with the adult
education programs of Cong. Shaa-
rey Zedek and the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Men's and Wo-
men's Councils, Dr. Avraham
Biran, noted Israeli archeologist,
will visit Detroit Tuesday to speak
at the synagogue at 8:30 p.m.
Dr. Biran, the Bnai Brith visiting
international lecturer for 1 9 6'5,
has chosen for his topic, "Israel:
Land of the Bible".
Chairman of the adult institute
committee for Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek is Harold Berry, assisted by
Myron Milgrom, Harry -Auslander,
Walter Nussbaum, Mrs. Walter
Hillman, Rabbi Morris Adler and
Rabbi Irwin Groner.
Samuel G. Bank, president. of
the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council, and Mrs. Alan Na-
than, president of the Women's
Council, have appointed Bernard
Whiteman and Mrs.- Morris Fish-
kin as adult Jewish education
chairmen of their respective coun-
cils. Assisting Whiteman and Mrs.
Fishkin are Mrs. Jack Dechter,
Mrs. Maynard Kalef, Hy Crystal
and Bernard Panush.

Shaarey Zedek's Adult Insti-
tute of Jewish Learning offi-
cially begins Nov. 9 and contin-

Beth Aaron Series
to Feature Films,
Talks on Great Jews

Beth Aaron Synagogue will pre-
sent an adult education series on
"Great Jews and Jewish Ideas of
the Modern Age," on eight succes-
sive Tuesday evenings beginning

Nov. 9.
Thomas Tannis, chairman, and
Joe Medwed, co-chairman of the

committee of adult education, an-
nounced the series will be based
on 10 prize-winning Eternal Light
television programs. Presentation
of these kinescopes will be follow-
ed by lectures and discussions on -
their themes by prominent lec-
"Inscription for a Blank Page,"
dealing with the life of Solomon
Schechter and featuring Rabbi
Abraham P. Kazis of Worcester,
Mass., will be the opening kine-
scope program Nov. 9. Attorney
William I. Liberson will present
that evening "A Conversation with
Ambassador Arthur_ J. Goldberg."

Other programs will be "Some
Small Part of Each of Us," a
kinescope on the life and work
of John F. Kennedy, with Harry
Goldstein, Detroit television and
radio personality, as speaker;
"The Psychology of the Bible,"
with Albert Elazar, superinten-
dent of the United Hebrew
Schools, as speaker.

The following presentations will
include "The Land of the Book"
and "The People of the Book";
`The 7th Day" and "The 4th Com-
mandment," "The Legate," a Hanu-
kah kinescope with Cantor Moses
Serensen in a concert of Hanukah
music; and "The Alibi," a kine-
scope with Rabbi Benjamin H. Gor-
relick as speaker.
For reservations, call the syna-
gogue, UN 1-5222. There is a nomi-
nal fee, and the public is invited.
Each program will be followed by
a social hour.

Asked to Back Bias Law

TORONTO (JTA) — All candi-
dates of all parties to run nomi-
nees in the next general elections,
next month, were requested by the
Canadian Jewish Congress central
region Monday to support legisla-
tion against incitement to hatred
and violence against racial and
religious groups.
In a letter to all candidates in
this province, Ontario, Meyer W.
Gasner, chairman of the central
region, pointed out that the Cana-
dian government had already
drafted such legislation and that
the issue would be before the na-
tional Parliament now if an elec-
tion had not intervened.

ues through Dec. 21, with such
courses as Hebrew reading and
conversation for beginners
through advanced students;
learning how to play the halil,
a study of the Book of Jeremiah;
selections f r o in the Mishnah;
great writers of Yiddish litera-
ture; and contemporary affairs.

Following these classes, which
start 8:35 p.m., there will be a
second-hour lecture series on
"Land of Israel: Impressions and
Appraisals." Featuring Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler and with the participa-
tion of community leaders, the ser-
ies will focus on various aspects
and problems of life in Israel.

Registration will take place in
the synagogue 10 a.m. to noon Sun-
day or preceding the Nov. 2 lec-
During the second semester,
Jan 4 to Feb. 22, Hebrew courses
will be continued, and the lecture
series will be on "Questions Jews

Hospital Gets $500,000

ST. LOUIS (JTA)—The Jewish
Hospital here has received a gift
of $500,000 to its unrestricted en-
dowment fund from the Wohl
Foundation. Mrs. David P. Wohl,
member of the hospital's board of
directors, honored two daughters,
Mrs. Paul Rothschild of St. Louis
and Mrs. Richard Marcus of Win.-
netka, Ill., by establishing the fund
in their names.

Gary Madvin
became a PML
Agency Manager
before he reached

Hard Work. That's how Gary did it.
Hestarted earlier and worked
harder. He's the kind of man we
look for to move into management.
Good education, Wayne State Uni-
versity. Knowledge of the area, Gary
was born in Detroit. Nice family life,
Gary and his wife Beverly have two
girls and one boy.

We look for men who take a long
range view of insurance. Pacific
Mutual Life is one of th.e oldest
insurance companies in the nation.
But, we'd be out of business tomor-
row if we rested on our years. Vigor,

youth, hard work—that's the ticket.
If we find a young man who has
learned from his experience, why

hold him back because he's young.
He'll probably attract other young
men who want to work in insurance.

We know Gary Madvin will do just

If you want some wise guidance
in your insurance, whether it be life,
health or group, you couldn't find a
better source than our new agency
manager, Gary Franklin Madvin.


Since 1868

Detroit —Madvin Agency
Suite 200—Penobscot Building
WOodward 1-3828

Friday, .October 29, 1965-15

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