THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, September 16, 1966
First attraction of the new
"POP" Series at Masonic 'Audi-
torium is the successful
MANTOVANI, who brings his 45-
piece orchestra here Oct.
8, for a concert beginning at
8:20 p.m. Making his tenth tour
of the United States, the widely-
acclaimed conductor is credited
with creating a brand of music that
has actually bridged the gap be-
tween pop and classic music forms.
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The fifth annual HUNTINGTON
WOODS ART FAIR will be held
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday on the
grounds of the Burton Elementary
School. Proceeds purchase various
pieces of equipment for the city;
last year's paid for two citywide
for a Happy,
Healthy New Year
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Watnick
Mr. & Mrs. Saul Rutin
This Week's Radio and
art lectures and art lessons for
the community's teen-agers. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. Lester Burton
YOM KIPPUR SPECIAL
and Mrs. Uyval Jones. The Detroit
Time: 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Institute of Arts' Artmobile will be
Station: Channel 7.
on the grounds with a display, and
Feature: "The Three Deeds",
there will be dancing for teens and
the story of the Baal Shem Tov's
a puppet show for youngsters.
search for three extraordinary
good deed s, Tzedaka (charity),
PERFECTION LODGE No. 486. Teshuva (repentance) and Tefila
F. & A.M., will hold its annual fall (prayer) so that ne might success-
Blood Bank drive Monday and fully complete his worship on the
Tuesday, 5 to 11 p.m., both nights Day of Atonement, will be pre-
at the Pepper School, 24301 Church sented.
Street, Oak Park. No appointment
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is necessary to donate a pint of
HEAR OUR VOICE
blood. Anyone between the ages
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
of 18 and 60 is eligible to donate,
with those between 18 and 21 re-
Feature: Another program on
quiring written parental permis- music of the High Holidays will be
sion. Dan Natow is chairman of heard, this one on the melodies of
the Blood Bank committee. LeRoy Yom Kippur.
Wisper is worshipful master of
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Xavier University, a Jesuit
Feature: "A Liberal Look at
school in Cincinnati, announced
Monday, that Rabbi ALBERT A. Sin, Repentance and Atonement"
GOLDMAN has been appointed the will be taken by Rabbi Albert S.
first Jewish faculty member of the Goldstein of Temple -Ohabei Sha-
school's theology department. The lom of Brookline, Mass.
Rev. E. B. Brueggeman, depart-
COUNCIL OF SERVICE
ment chairman, said Rabbi Gold-
Time: 8:10 p.m. Monday.
man would teach an evening
course on "The Intellectual De-
Feature: "Council of Service,"
velopment of Judaism as found in
Biblical and Rabbinical Sources." the Jewish Community Council
story, continues with a look at the
council's culture commission.
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Hair Removed Forever!
Rapid Shortwave Dial-o-Matic
—Elebrows and Hairlines correctec
. . . Beards, Chests & backs clear.
ed. Years of exp. Physicians' ref.
ALK ELECTROLYSIS SALON
Ann L. Karson. R.E.
17000 W. 8 Mile
Near Northland Shopping Center
Lingerie & Corsets
wish all their customers and friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
A VERY HAPPY and HEALTHY NEW YEAR
JACK and JOANNA BARNES
And Their Staff
Extend Greetings to
Their Many Friends
For. A Very
Happy New Year
JACK BARNES DANCE STUDIO
at 9 Mile Rood
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: The series "Human
Rights," will focus on "Baba and
Babi Yar," a dramatic script on
Jewish survival presented through
the national organization of Ha-
dassah by member s of Center
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: Mark Van Doren and
Maurice Samuel will conclude a
two-part series of discussions on
Jeremiah in the presentation
"Dreams and Visions in the
Bible," with special attention to
the Great Prophets.
Decides on Campaign
and the Staff of the
FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELL-
the Rt. Rev. HORACE
W. B. DONEGAN, his Emi-
nence ARCHBISHOP IAKO-
VOS and the Rev. Dr. JULIUS
MARK were honored at the first
annual religious leaders dinner of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews Monday at the
Waldorf-Astoria, New York. The
occasion marks the first time in
ecumenical history that New York's
ranking religious leaders shared
honors on the same dais.
Fine Jewelry and Gifts
Just E. of Demery's-644-7626
Thurs. & Fri. to 9 p.m.
Joins Technical Corps
a the Ai-
283 HAMILTON, BIRMINGHAM
Music the Stein-Way
and his ORCHESTRA
"Music of Its Best
for Your Guests"
FOR THE BEST IN
MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT
And His Orchestra
Harriet Sondra Smith, bidding
goodby to her native New York
from the ramp of an El Al jet-
liner, is the first applicant ac-
cepted by Bnai Brith Israel Tech-
nical Corps — a new program to
encourage persons with profes-
sional skills to take jobs in Is-
rael for a three-year or longer
period. Miss Smith, 20-year-old'
Harpur College graduate, will
teach English in high school
after Hebrew training at an ul-
pan. Bnai Brith, which also ar-
ranges transportation and hous-
ing for the new worker and his
family, has received more than
300 applications in the past four
Bar Mitzvahs • Socials
For Private Appearances Call:
JEFFREY DUNN, Manager
PHONE: LI 8-7864
-BY POPULAR DEMAND !
Now Booking -
and His Orchestra
for All Occasions
NEW CONTINENTAL MOHAIR
Tony Martin Dress Suits
ALSO FEATURING A FINE SELECTION OF
7651 W. McNICHOLS at Santa Barbara
HIGHLAND MILLS, N.Y. (JTA)
—A concerted drive against assi-
milation, with highest priority
given to specific steps to counter
the erosive effects of Jewish il-
literacy was decided upon by the
national advisory board of the
Farband-Labor Zionist Order at its
annual conference at Unser Camp
Farband leaders decided to in-
tensify the drive against "Jewish
ignorance" through the following
1) Incentive scholarships to
Jewish students, training to be
teachers; 2) An intensive drive to
set up at least four or five new
day schools within the next five
years; 3) To devote special ef-
forts to organize adult Jewish edu-
cation study groups by Farband
branches in communities through-
out the United States and Canada;
4) To extend the Farband-Israel
scholarship program to enable_
young people to go to Israel as
students or to join as members of
To Honor Dr. Israel Goldstein
NEW YORK -(JTA)—Dr. Israel
Goldstein, world chairman of the
Keren-Hayesod-United Israel Ap-
peal and member of the Jewish
Agency executive, arrived in the
United States from Jerusalem for
his annual High Holy Days visit
to Congregation Bnai Jeshurun of
which he is rabbi emeritus. His
70th birthday will be celebrated
by the congregation Saturday.
Bloomfield Commons, Lahser and Maple
19126 W. McNichols
12170 W. 7 Mile Rd.