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November 26, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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Noted Speakers, Symposia, Workshops
Featured at Women's JWF Institute

The potential of "Youth on the
Rise" and its current problems will
command the spotlight at the 1965
annual institute of the Womens
Division, Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, which, will run from 9:30
a.m. to 2:45 p.m., Wednesday, at
the Jewish no' er.
Mrs. Isadore
Winkelman, in-
stitute chairman,
announced that
the institute will
feature lectures
by Max Lerner,
noted author,

teacher and

Alpern, Richard Strichartz, con-
troller of the City of Detroit, and
Dr. William Wattenberg of Wayne
State University, will speak. The
moderator will be Samuel Lerner,
director of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service.
The afternoon session will be
highlighted by a lecture by Max
Lerner, professor of American
Civilization and World Politics at
Brandeis University. He is a grad-
uate of Ya!e University, and has
taught at Sarah Lawrence College,
Williams College and Harvard
University. He is the author of
"America as a Civilization" and
"The Age of Overkill."
Dr. Lerner's travels have taken
him to Europe,. Asia, Africa and
the Middle•East. He recently spent

journalist, a n d
Rabbi Morris
Adler.
A choice of
workshop sessions
has been set up
to discuss "Youth
in the Home,"
"Youth and Jew-
Mrs. Winkelman ish Identity" and
"Our Youth in the Great Society,"
the first to be chaired by Mrs.
Charles Lakoff. Dr. Joseph - Fisch--
off and Dr. Gertrude Z. Gass will
speak and Mrs. Samuel Linden
will be moderator.
Mrs. Arthur I. Gould will chair
the "Youth and Jewish Identity"
workshop. Speakers will be Dr.
Morton Plotnick, director of the
adult services department of the
Jewish Center, and Charles Tob-
ias, a student at Wayne State Uni-
versity. Albert Elazar, superintend-
ent of the United Hebrew Schools,
will moderate.
DR. MAX LERNER
..
"Our Youth in the Great Soci- •
in India, teaching at the
a
year
ety" session will be conducted by
Mrs. William H. Frank. Robert University of New Delhi. He is
considered one of the keenest
analysts of the political and eco-
nomic aspects of the national and
Meeting on Soviet
international scene.
Jewry Set for Dec. 6
Mrs. Benjamin Jones, president
The National Community Rela- of the Women's Division, will pre-
tions Advisory Council announced side over the afternoon session
that as a result of the recent that will include a business meet-
Washington "Vigil" on behalf of ing and a review of the morning
Soviet Jewry, a number of Jewish workshop sessions, presented by
communities throughout the Un- Mrs. Leonard H. Weiner.
ited States are now in the process
A feature of the Institute will
of developing follow-up programs be guided tours of exhibits set up
calling attention to the anti-Semit- by Federation agencies.
ic policies of the Soviet Union.
Leaders of the 1965 institute
In Detroit, Irving Pokempner, with Mrs. Winkelman are Mrs.
vice president of the Jewish Com- Harry E. August, vice-chairman;
munity Council and chairman of a
Mrs. Philip R. Marcuse and Mrs.
special committee studying the
problem of Soviet anti-Semitism, Oscar M. Zemon, coordinators;
announced plans for a meeting on Mrs. Paul Broder and Mrs. Jerome
"Soviet Anti-Semitism and Soviet B. Grossman, arrangements co-
Jewry" to be held Dec. 6, 8:30 ordinators. Mrs. Celia Baruch is
director of the Women's Division.
p.m., at the Jewish Center.
Prof. Moshe Decter, director of
Jewish Minorities Research, re-
garded as the nation's leading
authority on the status of Soviet
Jewry, will be the guest speaker.
Probus Club is offering Annual
The program is sponsored by
the Jewish Community Council in Probus Club Awards for Academic
cooperation with organizations af- Achievement at Wayne State Uni-
filiated with the American Jewish versity for the fourth consecutive
Conference on Soviet Jewry. Other year.
members of the local planning
Two awards will be given, each
committee include Jack Carper, consisting of a $500 grant without
Leonard Gordon, Gershon Koretz, restrictions—one for a faculty
Benjamin Laikin, Marris Lifshay, member in the natural sciences
Melvin Ehrenfreu•d, Earl Mandel, (and related professions) and an-
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper and other for a representative of the
George M. Zeltzer.
humanities (including social
sciences and allied fields).
Final selection will be made by
a committee of seven judges, four
from Probu -s Club and three from
Dry Cleaned
the community.
and
Each college, school and/or de-

Probus to Offer
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Feature: "The Promised Land,"
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday

Etation: WWJ
Feature: "A World Dialogue"
will dramatize the events in the
life of the late Dag-Hammarskjold,
secretary genreal of the United

Nations, which led to his philosophy
thlt "problems will not be solved
by the use of force and intimida-
tion, but by the normal and dip-
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Robert S. Benjamin, president of
the UN Association of the United from Cleary College. Mr. Tessler,
States and chairman of the Nation- a graduate of Wayne State Univer-
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national Cooperation.
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Station: Channel 4
Feature: "The Thief and the
Hangman" by the late Morton Wis-
hengrad will be presented as a
memorial to its author. The dra-
matic allegory has its moral that
no man's hands are entirely clean,
and the script illustrates "Thou
shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."
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Feature: "Working Across Cul-
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between cultures as they affect the
economic aid p,rogram, will be
discussed by Ambassadors B. K.

Nehru of India and Avraham Har-
man of Israel.
* *

New Music- Series
to Bow on TV

Cantor Harold Orbach of Tem-
ple Beth EI will host a new series
on Jewish music beginning Sun-
day on "Highlights," a program
presented by the culture commis-
sion of Detroit's Jewish Commun-
ity Council Sundays 9:45 a.m.
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bach and his wife Evelyn, with
Bella Goldberg at the piano, take
a roving tour of the varied and
colorful facets of Jewish music and
pave the way for the programs

that will follow.
Appearing with Cantor Orbach
on this series of five programs will
be Detroit artists Emma Schaver,
Julius Ohajes, Cantor and Mrs.
Reuven Frankel and others, follow-
ing the path of Jewish music from
the shtetl of Eastern Europe to
Israel and America, in and out of
the synagogue.

Chaim Weizmann Society
to Plant Forest in Israel
for Late Louis Rosenberg

.

The Chaim Weizmann Society
will hold a memorial meeting 9
partment of the University will p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth Ye-
have an oppOrtunity to submit its hudah to launch a project for a
nominee to the office of Winfred forest in tribute to its late hon-
A. Harbison, vice president for orary president, Louis Rosenberg.
academic administration, 1186 Mac- One thousand trees will be planted
kenzie Hall. Deadline for nomina- by Israel's Jewish National Fund
tions is Dec. 17. .Awards will be in his name.

Participating will be Rabbi Is-
rael Halpern of Cong. Beth Abra-

made at the annual Probus award
dinner in February.
ham; Cantor Reuven Frankel,
WSU recipients of the awards Cong. Shaarey Zedek; Emanuel

in 1964 were Dr. John M. Dorsey,
University Professor, and Dr. Cal-
vin L. Stevens, chairman of the
chemistry department.

Mark, director of the Labor Zion-
ist Institute; Isaac Reisman, presi-
dent of Branch 79 and successor
to the late Mr. Rosenberg; and

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, November 26, 1965

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