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November 18, 1966 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-11-18

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30—Friday, November 18, 1966

g3nai

ALBERT D. TUCKER CHAP-
TER will feature Morris Diren-
feld of the Anti-Defamation
League, at the meeting 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday, at the Oak Park Commu-
nity Center. An additional feature
will be the judging of home•baked
cookies to be sent to Jewish sol-
diers in Vietnam. The meeting
is open to the public.
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*
HENRY MORGENTHAU CHAP-
TER will sponsor an "Afternoon
of Art" 12:15 p.m. Dec. 7, at the
Detroit Institute of Arts. A salad
luncheon will be served in the
Riviera Court, followed by a con-
ducted tour of the new wing of the
institute. There is a nominal charge
for the luncheon. For reservations
by Nov. 26, or for information, call
the program chairman, Mrs. Monte
Serling VE 5-1871.
*
*
PISGAH LODGE will host guard
Tom Van Arsdale of the Detroit
Pistons basketball team at the
lodge sports dinner 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Van Arsdale is half of the Na-
tional Basketball Association's only
twin brother act in its history.
Brother Dick is a starter for the
New York Knicks who'll be op-
posing the Pistons at Cohn Arena
Wednesday. The duo starred to-
gether for three years at Indiana
University after being All-America
high school greats in Indianapolis.
Tom averaged 10.5 points as a
rookie for the Pistons last season.
He'll bring along with him to
the dinner the NBA's new color
movie, highlighting the 1966 play-
offs and all-star game.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

foan Levett to Marty .
Dr. Daniel Buchalter

Activities

Magician to Star
at BB Reception

Jack Malon, magician, actor and
television star, will be the guest
entertainer at the leadership re-
ception sponsored by the Bnai
Brith Council of Metropolitan De-
Detroit Dec. 1 at Boesky's. The af-
,-. fair is on behalf
of Israel Bonds.
Alex Gersuk is
: :Israel Bond
chairman of the
Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith
Council, and Mrs.
Norma Hudosh
is Israel Bond
chairman of the
women's council.
Bernard Panush
is council presi-
dent, with Mrs.
David Levine as
i. women's council
president.
Malon launch-
ed his career as
a protege of
Blackstone, t h e
Malon
world-famous magician. He has
appeared on national TV shows
and is well known in the Catskill
mountain resorts. He has traveled
throughout the United States and
Canada for Bnai Brith, presenting
a humorous program entitled, "A
New Slant in Comedy." He gained
acting experience as a member of
the famous Henry Street Players,
and appeared in a series of Yid-
dish plays.
Refreshments will be served.

MISS JOAN LEVETT

Junior Division Plans
Speakers Bureau

The Junior Division of the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation, compris-
ed of young adults age 18-30, has
set up a speakers bureau to in-
form their contemporaries of the
aims and work of the Junior Divi-
sion.
Under the chairmanship of Al-
lan Nachman, the bureau will
stress the division's "new look":
community service, along with its
traditional goals of leadership edu-
cation and fund-raising.
In the area of service, the
division has set up a summer
tutorial program for culturally
deprived children.
For information, married couples
and single adults of junior divi-
sion age are asked to call Nach-
man, 963-8500, during the day.
Mrs. Robert Portnoy is president
of the Junior Division.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levett of
New Haven, Conn., announce the
engagement of their daughter Joan
to Dr. Daniel Buchalter, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Buchalter of
Bell Rd., Southfield.
A dinner reception was held re-
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wheelock College, Boston. The cently at Rosenberg's in honor of
prospective bridegroom, a graduate the 50th wedding anniversary of
of the University of Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bank of Lau-
Medical School, is a resident phys- der Ave.
Hosts were the Banks' children,
ician at Yale Medical Center.
A December wedding is planned. Messrs. and Mesdames Oscar
Bank, Richard Stegman, Harry




■ ■
Bank, Herbert Zucker, Arthur
Fiszbein and Irwin Bank, Miss Mil-
lie Bank and Dr. and Mrs. Sidney
Soifer. -
The couple also has 16 grand-
children and a great-grandchild.

Hyman Banks Celebrate
Golden Wedding Date

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Tolchin-Belenson Vows
to Be Solemnized Feb. 26

MISS JANET TOLCHIN

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tolchin of
Whitmore Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Janet Ruth to Sheldon
Michael Belenson, son of Mrs.
Bessie Belenson of Sussex Ave.,
Oak Park, and the late Daniel
Belenson.
The bridegroom-to-be attends
the University of Michigan.
A wedding date has been set
for Feb. 26.

11M1•11.

Larry Freedman

eivry

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

On the

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

Javits for Romney

BALLROOM
U. S. Senator Jacob Javits this
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
week likened former Vice Presi-
dent Richard Nixon to an old race
* * *
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
BY
horse on the track too long and
Station: WXYZ
Einstein BB Lodge
Blood Bank Rally Set
Feature. "Does God Need Our said he was looking "hardest" at
The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Praise?" is the title of a sermon Governor Romney as the Repub-
to Star Joey Russell
COOLID-GE AT 9 MI.
lican- Presidential candidate in
LI 7-4470
Einstein Lodge and Chapter of Brith men's and women's councils, by Dr. Joseph R. Narot, rabbi of
Miami. 1968.
Bnai Brith will host a Chai Israel under the direction of chairmen Temple Israel * of * Greater
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Bond dance and champagne re- Robert Reiss and Mrs. Ira Albion,
AGENDA FOR ACTION
ception, 8:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the have announced a Bnai Brith Blood
Time: 8 p.m. Thursday
Beth Aaron Synagogue. Guest star Bank rally for Monday and Tues-
Truly the finest Music and
day at Pepper School, Oak Park.
Station: WDET-FM
will be Joey Rus
Hours each day will be 5 to 11
Feature: "Operation Jewish Sur-
Eentertainment for the discriminating
sell, "the one-
p.m.
vival," the story of a unique pilot
man Fun-Fest."
The Bnai Brith Blood Bank project of the Commission on Jew-
Eric Rosenow
serves over 15,000 members and ish Affairs, designed to equip the
and his Contin-
their families in the area. The Jewish mother with the source
entals will pro-
rally is to insure a reserve supply. material, methods and approach
vide music for
Lincoln 5-8614
to enable her to imbue her child
dancing.
with a sense of Jewish identity.
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Russell has ap
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AJC Officer to Discuss Participants will be Mrs. Irma
peared with all
Lindheim, originator and educa-
the greats in the
Job Bias on Tuesday
tional leader of the project; Mrs.
entertainment
The third program in a series Dorothy Ross, cabinet member of
world and has
of five co-sponsored by the Ameri- Women's division AJC-Committee
been starred on
can Jewish Committee and Congre- on Jewish Affairs; and Mrs. Yetta
TV, radio, in
gation Shaarey Zedek will be held Schneir, vice president of the Na-
night clubs and
Tuesday, 9 p.m., at Shaarey Zedek. tional Women's Division of AJC.
on theater stages
The topic, "Are
throughout t h e
ETERNAL LIGHT
Jews Excluded
land.
from the Execu-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Einstein Lodge
tive Suite in
Station: WWJ
has won several
American So_
Feature: "One Tree in the
Bnai Brith Russell
Desert," will be presented as part
awards for its staunch support of ciety?", will be
of the series "Pages From the
Israel and Bnai Brith programs. discussed by
Living Book." The story deals
Most of the members are survivors Walter Shapero,
chairman of the
with Abram's life, before he mar-
of the Nazi holocaust.
ried Sarah and before the Lord
Israel's Chai Year will be toast- AJC Detroit
renamed him Abraham, the father
ed with champagne. Admission is chapter executive
bias committee.
of a multitude of nations.
free.
*
*
arge: selection of chi
Lee Weberman is president of Shapero will re-
Shapero
in many designs an
view
the
national
HEAR
OUR
VOICE
Einstein Lodge and Felix Rosen-
colors.
and
local
AJC
research
which
has
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
zweig is the Israel Bond chair-
found a lack of Jews in many
Station: WCAR
man, with Eric Rosenow as co-
large corporate settings as well as
Feature: Ran and Nama, a young
chairman. Mrs. Felix Rosenzweig plans to open up opportunities on
Israeli folk singing pair. Cantor
president
of
Einstein
Chapter
is
a fully merit basis. Considered will Harold Orbach will explore the
and - Mrs. Regina Weiss is the he the implications for the growing
folksongs they present.
Chapter Israel Bond chairman.
Jewish college population that will
*
* * *
be preparing for corporate jobs as
HIGHLIGHTS
BB Retention Chairmen fewer small business opportunities
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
umo is Brands
develop. The program will be mod-
to Talk With District
Station: Channel 2
erated by Robert Alpern, Detroit
and
Vice President of Chicago chapter AJC president. An open
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Earl Wechter, of Chicago, sec- discussion will follow.
Station: WJBK
ond vice president of the District
ntarnatrona
Feature: "Maurice Samuel — A
Grand Lodge of Bnai Brith, will
Conversation" will be presented as
Lunt
meet with Bnai Brith lodge presi- Sephardic Community
part of the series on "Literature
dents, retention chairmen and fi-
This is our Everyday
Elects Papo President
and the Jew."
Discount on Sterling Silver
nancial secretaries, 10 a.m. Sun-
*
*
*
Mail And Rhone Orders
The Sephardic Community of
day at Stouffer's Restaurant,
Greater
Detroit
will
hold
an
in-
IN
CONTACT—WJR
Northland.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
George Tarnoff, retention vice stallation dinner 6 p.m. Sunday at
Station: WJR
president of the Metropolitan De- Oak Park High School.
2602 N. WOOD LARD
Feature: Bishop Myers of the
Officers elected are president,
troit Bnai Brith Council, will chair
at 12 , ,7 Mile Rdititi
the meeting to plan the 1967 dues Louis Papo; vice presidents, Abra- Citizens Sponsoring Committee,
Di 9-1885 .
ROYAL
OAK
collection campaign. The Detroit ham Shamie and Marcel Behar; and a representative of the City
Housing
Commission,
will
discuss
Council has led District Grand treasurer, Regina Ishbia; and sec-
Lodge 6 for many years in setting retaries, Rose Quen and Mary the current problems and issues
facing our urban society today.
Papo.
the pace for dues collections.

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