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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, October 28, 1966

ewry n th e

LindaNeshkesBetrothed Kramer Recalls
to Mr. Steven N. Klein Weideman's Role

Against Nazism

ir

Frank Schemanske Up
for Re-Election to Bench

Judge Frank G. Schemanske,
candidate for re-election to Re-
corder's Court, was appointed an
assistant prosecuting attorney of
Wayne County in 1924 and has
served the people ever since.
In 1937 he was appointed as-
sistant United States district at-
torney; in 1938 he was appointed
to the State Public Service Corn-
mission, forerunner of the present
Michigan Public Service Commis-
sion; in 1945 and 1946 he served
as chief assistant prosecuting at-
torney for Wayne County.
Four years later he was appoint-
ed corporation counsel of the City
of Detroit and served until Nov.
20, 1950, when he was elected to
judge of the Recorder's Court.

Judge Carl Weideman's re-elec-
tion was strongly urged this week
by a group of his supporters headed
by Richard Kramer who com-
mended him for
h i s impartiality
and h i s dedica-
tion to his judi-
cial services.
Kramer said
that in the many
years of Weide-
man's services on
* * *
the bench he has
been the wise, im-
LADY OF CHARM PROGRAM
partial jurist.
Time: 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
H e especially
Envoy Harman Pays Call
Station: Channel 9.
recalled
Judge
Feature: Mrs. Alfred Deutsch
on State Dept. Official
Weideman's role
MISS LINDA NESHKES
will be the guest of commentator
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Is-
during
the
years
Edythe Fern Metros e. Mrs.
rael's Ambassador Avraham Har-
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Neshkes of when Nazism
Deutsch, chairman of the Detroit
man paid a courtesy call Monday
Appoline Ave. announce the en- threatened h u -
chapter of Hadassah's "Victor-
on Undersecretary of State Eugene
HIGHLIGHTS
gagement of their daughter Linda manity.
yan" Continental Ball to be held
Rostow, the State Department's
Joyce to Steven N. Klein, son of
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
"Judge
Weide-
Weideman
Nov. 16 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Klein of man then was the first to lead the new "Number Three" man. Al-
Station: WJBK
will comment on suggested ap-
though the conference was a get-
Country Club Lane, Birmingham.
and
Detroit German groups in protest acquainted session, the diplomats
parel.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Miss Neshkes attends Eastern against what was happening 'in the
* 4, *
are believed to have touched in a
Station: Channel 2.
Michigan University, where she is land whence their parents came,"
AGENDA FOR ACTION—Series 2
general way on matters of mutual
Feature: The series "Literature affiliated with Sigma Nu Phi Soror- Kramer said. "He mobilized forces interest to the government of the
Time: 8 p.m. Thursday.
Her
fiance
is
a
graduate
of
the
ity.
and the Jew" continues. Israeli
here against Nazism, rose up in United States and Israel.
Station: WDET-FM.
writer and lecturer, Yaakov Mal- University of Michigan and is con-1 protest against what was occuring,
Feature: "Operation Jewish Sur- kin, will join Dr. Lawrence I. tinuing his studies at Wayne State demanded American government
vival," the story of a unique pilot Berkove of the University of Mich- University.
action and more than any other
project of the Commission on Jew- igan to discuss "The Jewishness of
person insisted upon cleansing
ish Affairs, designed to equip the Israeli Literature." The works of
some German ranks of the Nazi
DRY CLEANED
Jewish mother with the source Shmuel Yosef Agnon will be par-
virus."
material, methods and approach to ticularly explored as he is the
AND
enable her to imbue her child with first Israeli to win the Nobel Prize
FINISHED
a sense of Jewish identity. Parti- for Literature.
Organizations affiliated with the
WE ARE SELLING
cipants will be Mrs. Irma Lind-
Jewish Community Council were
With Decorator Fold
A
PORTION OF OUR
heim, originator and educational
urged to act on behalf of an af-
Removed, Measured and
leader of the project; Mrs. Doro- Heimland Prints 'Song
firmative vote for Proposition C—
Rehung To Your Satisfaction
thy Ross, cabinet member of of Songs' in Yiddish
Detroit Public School millage. The
Women's Division AJC, committee
MOSCOW—A translation of the action by the Council followed a
Commercial - Residential
on Jewish affairs: and Mrs. Yetta bibical "Song of Songs" into Yid- discussion of the problem at the
Phone For Free Estimates
Schneir, vice president of the Na- biblical verse, the work of the cele- recent Council delegate assembly.
Porzono, Gladys R. Davis,
tional Women's Division AJC.
brated Jewish poet Moiesi Teif, has
At the assembly, Dr. Norman
* * *
Redell and Others.
been published in the August issue Drachler, acting superintendent of
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
of the magazine Sovietish Heim- schools, and Sidney Shevitz, past
Oils, Water Colors, Drawings
DRAPERY CLEANERS
land, according to a Russian president of the Council and leader
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
626-4146
Novosti Press Agency (ANP) re- of KIDS (Keep Improving Detroit
8914 W. 7 MILE RD.
Station: WWJ.
Schools), described present public
UN 1-6688
Feature: "Tears of Paradise," port.
Teif's version—the first in Yid- school needs. The importance of
is the story of the beginning of
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
man, and his discovery of the dish ever made by a Soviet poet— "quality public education to the
knowledge that when evil is done follows the eight chapters into welfare of the total metropolitan
the doing is itself the punishment. which the Hebrew original is di- area, city and suburban," was
* * *
stressed by Shevitz and affirmed
vided.
HEAR OUR VOICE
The translation of "this great by Dr. Drachler. Representatives of
monument of biblical lyrical the Council organizations voted
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
verse," says critic Samuel Rozin, is support of the tax measure and
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Continuing the series a "worthy successor" to Teif's recommended that separate en-
"The Modern Hazan" with selec- other postwar work—"a sincere re- dorsement and support be sought
tions by Cantor Moshe Ganchoff, flection of his love to life, the love from each of the organizations as-
ORCHESTRA
who is known by his colleagues as of man, beauty and good works." sociated with the Council.
On behalf of the Council's Edu-
CALL:
LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
cation sub-committee which he
chairs, Dr. Abraham F. Citron pre
pared an "Analysis and Suggestion
WE RENT
Sheet on Proposition C." Directed,
NEW CONTINENTAL MOHAIR
with the Council letter, to rabbis
By BENNETT CERF
and to presidents of local groups,
the sheet lists specific ways in
TEL-AVIV comics always get a big hand with the story
which congregations and organiza-
ALSO FEATURING A FINE SELECTION OF
of the Arab army that meets up with a single Israeli
tions can be helpful to the millage
sharpshooter. The Arab commander sends out three of his
campaign. Pulpit references, distri-
crack marksmen to get
bution of literature and arranging
him—but he picks them
for speakers at meetings, are

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "Judaism in India,"
with moderator Mrs. Harold
Saperstein of Temple Emanu-El,
Lynbrook, L.I., and guests Rabbi
Hugo Gryn of the West London
Synagogue, formerly rabbi of
Cong. Rodef Shalom, Bombay; and
Aaron David, a member of the
Indian Temple.

"The Cantors' Cantor." Cantor
Harold Orbach, a former student
of Cantor Ganchoff, will comment
on the selections and their ren-
ditions.
* * *
IN CONTACT—WJR
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature : "Private Philanthro-
phy and the Great Society" will
probe the underlying problems,
ethics, motives and methods of
organized philanthrophy. Hal
Youngblood, moderator, will have
guests Monsignor Thomas Gum-
bleton, vice chancellor of the
Archdiocese of Detroit; and Wil-
liam Avrunin, executive director
of the Jewish Welfare Federation.
* * *

DRAPERIES

JCCouncil Urges
Millage Support

ART
COLLECTION

YOUNG'S

Try and Stop Me

Tony Martin Dress Suits

all off. Then ten Arabs
are sent out. They, too,
are mowed down. Finally
a hundred Arabs are sent
Sweeping across the des-
ert sands. Ninety-nine of
them go down like duck-
pins. One, sorely wound-
ed, manages to crawl back
to his commander. "Don't
send any more men," he
implores. "It's a trick!
There are two of them!"
* •


among the actions suggested. Tele-
phoning or visiting members in the

interest of school millage was also

one of the proposals submitted.
The Council letter recalled that
in previous millage elections, De-
troit's areas of Jewish residence
consistently reflected support of
public school needs. This has been
confirmed by a series of post-elec-
tion surveys which the Council has
made.

11- 8

A formidable citizen in-
vaded a bookshop recently and purchased two Bibles. "One of
them," he explained, "is for myself, the other for a guy in my
shop I'm trying to convert. Gambling is rampant there and this
character is the ringleader." As the clerk wrapped the volumes,
she remarked, "I hope you succeed in converting him." "I do,
too," said the purchaser fervently. "They've bet me five to three

I can't."

*

*



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