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December 17, 1965 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-12-17

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Mrs. Schaver's $60,000 Gift
Establishes Israel Youth Home

Architect's sketch of the Children's Home and Mothers' Cultural
Center at Rishon L'Zion, Israel, which Mrs. Morris L. Schaver is help-
ing to finance by her contribution of $60,000.

In honor of the 60th birthday of in furthering the growth and devel-

Emma Lazaroff Schaver, the De-
troit Council of Pioneer Women
announces a $60,000 building proj-
ect in the Ezra Oobitzaron Section
of Rishon L'Zion, Israel. The neigh-
borhood is inhabited by a great
many Oriental families, with a fair
percentage from South America.
This building, consisting of a
Children's Home- and Mother's Cul-
tural Center, will accommodate

Emma Schaver

pre-school children from culturally
deprived homes and from homes
where the mother works or where
there is illness, neglect, or misery.
Since social workers constantly
advise that even a bad home is
preferable to the - best institution,
the Israel Ministry of Welfare in
conjunction with Moetzet Hapoalot,
sister organization to Pioneer Wom-
en, has arranged for this pilot
project in social service where
children will be cared for from
6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. but will be
with their families at night and
Shabbat. They will be trained in
language and customs, so they may
be integrated into the Israeli cul-
ture before they enter school.
The Center will be called Bet-
Nechama, the Hebrew name of
Mrs. Schaver. Mrs. Schaver has
been active in Pioneer Women and
the Labor Zionist Movement all
her adult life. With her late hus-
band, Morris L. Schaver, national-
ly known philanthropist and Labor
Zionist Pioneer, she has been a
leader in every worthwhile cause
and has devoted herself especially

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opment of Israel.
Brought to this country as a
small child, Mrs. Schaver was very
young when her talents as a singer
began to be recognized. She
studied at the Juilliard School of
Music and the Chicago Conserva-
tory and became a professional
concert singer. She sang with the
San Carlo Opera Company and
with the Cincinnati Opera.
In 1933, Mrs. Schaver sang be-
fore an audience of 80,000 in Sol-
diers Field, Chicago, in the
pageant, "Romance of a People."
She and her husband visited Poland
in 1937, where she gave several
concerts. She also toured Europe,
Mexico and Argentina.
During the War of Liberation,
Mrs. Schaver gave 30 concerts for
the soldiers. In 1958, she composed
and sang "An Ode to Eleanor
Roosevelt" at a rally in the Wal-
dorf-Astoria in New York. In 1961
she took a trip to Poland with
her husband and gave concerts in
Warsaw, Lodz and other cities in
Poland.
Mrs. Schaver is chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Women's Divi-
sion and is presently serving on
the national and midwest area
boards of Pioneer Women.
The kick-off event for the proj-
ect will be a luncheon and fashion
show to be held Jan. 24, at the
Pontchartrain Hotel.

Diane Granat Engaged
to Howard S. Becker



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On the Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

SPECIALS
Time: 4:30 p.m. Sunday.

Station: Channel 4.
Feature: A first color-television
production—"I Never Saw Another
Butterfly" — will be presented as
a Hanukah special commemorat-
ing the 20th anniversary of the lib-
eration of the Terezin concentra-
tion camp in Czechoslovakia. Mak-
ing - extensive use of documentary
film shot on location in Prague and
at Terezin last spring by an NBC
camera crew, the telecast is a fic-
tionalized account of one of the 100
children who survived the war
100 survivors out of 15,000 under
the age of 15 who passed through
Terezin. "I Never Saw Another
Butterfly" is based on a book con-
taining the drawings and poems of
children at the Terezin camp dur-
ing 1942-44.
* * *
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 7.
Feature: The Jewish Comunity
Council of Metropolitan Detroit
will present "G'dee Celebrates
Hanukah," a special program for
children. (See youth page.)
* * *

ETERNAL LIGHT—RADIO

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Unvanquished,"
a production by Joseph Mindel,
will be presented in observance of
Hanukah. The drama links the
Maccabean war for freedom with
the fight for liberty at Massada,
near the Dead Sea, and the last
stand of the Polish Jews in the
Warsaw Ghetto. Dr. Julius Mark,
senior rabbi of Temple Emanu-El,
New York City, will be guest
speaker.

* * *
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Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR. -
Feature: "Still More Yossele
Rosenblatt" presents the record-
ings of Cantor Yossele Rosenblatt,
one of the best known cantors of
our time, as commented upon by
Cantor Harold Orbach of Temple
Israel.

* * *
HIGHLIGHTS

Dance Festival Planned
by Zionist-Revisionists

A Hanukah Dance Festival, spon-
sored by the Zionists-Revisionists
of Detroit, will be held 9 p.m.
Saturday at Cong. Beth Abraham.
An Israeli floor show will be
featured, and Eric Rosenow and
his Continentals w i 11 provide
music. Supper will be served.
The public is invited. For re-
servations, call Steven Goldin, LI
7-3606.

LOUIS MENK, treasurer and
board member of Albert Kahn
Associated Architects and Engi-
neers, has been named to the
board of directors of the Michigan
Society of Architects. A graduate
of New York University, Menk is
a member of the Michigan Associ-
ation of Professions.

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Diane Joyce Jaslow became the
bride of Edwin H. Rabin in a can-
dlelight ceremony at Temple Israel
last Saturday, with Rabbi M. Rob-
ert Syme and Cantor Harold Or-
bach officiating.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Jaslow of Hartwell
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabin
of Ramsey Blvd., Flint.

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pliques of Alencon lace. A pill-
box hat covered with matching
lace, flower petals and tiny seed
pearls held her illusion veil, and
she carried a Bible covered with
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Matron of honor was Mrs. Nor-
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were Mrs. Abner Ragins, sister of

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Ted Himelhoch of Flint served
as best man. Ushers were Bruce
Jaslow, brother of the bride, Dr.

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Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday,
Station: WJBK.
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Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "Folk Songs of Eastern
Europe" will present Cantor Har-
old Orbach of Temple Israel, with
Bella Goldberg, accompanist.
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MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "The Maccabee and the
Nazarene: Hanukah and Christ-
mas" will be the theme for a pro-
gram featuring an address-by Rab-
bi Jacob J. Weinstein of KAM
Temple, Chicago, president of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.

Workmen's Circle Branch
Maps Holiday Party Plans

Meyer Kessler, field represent-
ative of the Workmen's Circle from
New York, will be guest speaker
at • a Hanukah party given by
prospective Workmen's Circle
Branch 1605, 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the W. C. Center.
The program will include a
MISS DIANE GRANAT
candle-lighting ceremony, grab bag
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Granat of and latkes.
Patty Cousens and Maggie Yelen-
Murray Hill Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter sky are co-chairmen.
Diane Helena to Howard S. Beck-
HASKELL COHEN of Brooklyn,
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
has been re-elected president
Becker of Chicago.
of the United States Committee-
Miss Granat attended Michigan Sports for Israel, the organization
State University, and is now at- that sponsors United States parti-
tending Wayne State University. cipation in the World Maccabiah
Mr. Becker attended Northwestern Games.
University and is now a senior at
Wayne.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, December 17, 1965
The couple will marry Jan. 9.

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