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March 10, 1967 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-10

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News Brevities

Dr. OTTO NATHAN will speak
on "Einstein and Why War?" 8
p.m. today at Debs Hall, 3737
Woodward. The talk is sponsored
by the Socialist Forum.

men are exhibiting paintings, sculp-
ture, handmade jewelry, hand
painted china and other crafts, 9:30
a.m. to 9 p.m. daily until Saturday
at the Universal City Mall. The ex-
hibit is sponsored by the Merchants
Association of the Universal City
Mall. It is one of the largest art
exhibits of this type ever held in
the metropolitan Detroit area.
* * *
The Pavilion of Judaism at Expo
`67 has issued a colorful special
brochure describing the exhibits
that will be on view at the Pavil-
ion starting April 28. A copy of
this brochure is available free on
request from the FOUNDATION
OF JUDAISM, sponsors of the pa-
vilion, 360 Victoria, Westmount,
P.Q., Canada. One of the main ex-
hibits described is a full scale
model of the Temple in Jerusalem,
as rebuilt by Herod. This model
was created and developed by Dr.
and Mrs. Lazara Halberthal, now of
Montreal, and represents 30 years
of workmanship and scholarship.
The model was displayed last year
at the Divinity Hall of McGill Uni-
versity and more than 60,000 per-
sons viewed it at the time.

lance reporter and film producer,
will appear at Detroit Town Hall
Wednesday, 11 a.m. in Fisher The-
ater, and will discuss "Asia—Con-
tinent in Revolution." An inde-
pendent film producer, this bluff
Irishman has made documentaries
on Cambodia—a film called "Cam-
bodia — The Peaceful Paradox,"
and a recent one on India. In
1953-58 he was director of special
projects for Time, Inc. Hardy re-
places the Joan Comay program
originally slated for Feb. 28. Mrs.
Comay was forced to cancel be-
cause of bad weather conditions in
the East.
The noted two-man piano
who perform at the Masonic Audi-
torium Saturday, 8:20 p.m., origi-
nally jelled their precision at the
Juilliard School of Music, when
both worked together under the
same teachers. They received con-
siderable encouragement but when
they graduated from Juilliard, it
was to discover that there was
little work for piano teams. Thus
a long and sometimes bitter
struggle that was to last far 12
years began and carried them
across the length and breadth of
the United States before they final-
ly gained their recognition.
* *
The law firm of LEVIN, LEVIN,
GARVETT and DILL announces
that Morris Garvett, David A.
Goldman, Leonard J. Grabow, Gor-
don I. Ginsberg and Thomas I.
Klein have formed a partnership
and will continue the general prac-
tice of law under the above firm -
name with offices at the Penobscot

U. S. Aid to Schools
Topic of Debate
Sponsored by Akiva

"Federal Funds for Nonpublic
Schools: Yes or No?" will be the
topic of a debate featuring Rabbi
Bernard Goldenberg, director of
social action and professional ser-
vices of the National Society of
Hebrew Day Schools, and attorney
Avern Cohn, representing the Jew-
s h Community
-; Council of Detroit
as its vice presi-
dent, 8:30 p.m.
3 Monday at the
Young Israel
Center of Oak-
-.4.1 Harold Lax,
president of the
Akiva Day School
PTA, sponsoring
Rabbi Goldenberggroup of this pro-
gram, invites the community.
There is no admission fee. Re-
freshments will follow the pro-
David Tanzman, officer in charge
of the Federal Mediation and Con-
ciliation Service, will be modera-
tor. He is a board member of
Akiva Hebrew Day school and of,
the internal relations committee of
the Jewish Community Council.
A founder of the National As-
sociation of Hebrew Day School
PTAs, Rabbi Goldenberg previ-
ously served on the faculty of
the University of British Colum-
bia and was a director of the
Millet Foundation there.
* * *
He is a member of the American
Henry Ford High School's an-
Association for Adult Education
nual band concert, "BANDTASTIC"
and a former executive member
will be held 8 p.m. Thursday in
of the Rabbinical Colmcil of Amer-
the school auditorium. As part of
ica and a past vice president of
the program, trumpet players Lar-
the Rabbinical Alliance. He also
ry Nemzin, Bonnie Kline and Jay
wrote and participated in a tele-
Goldberg will be featured in
vision series on the Jewish religion
"Bugler's Holiday." Also a drum
which was produced by the national
duet by Ron Leach and Steve Hal-
network of the Canadian Broad-
berg of "Haskall's Rascals" will be
casting Co.
He attended Mesivta Rabbinical
Seminary; Teachers College, Co-_
lumbia University; and the Ber-
The English department of the
Oak Park High School and its lit-
Sidney M. Shevitz, secretary of nard Revel Graduate School.
erary magazine, "The Looking the Michigan Civil Rights Commis-
Glass", announce the second an- sion, will be guest speaker at a
nual LITERARY FESTIVAL to be Beth Shalom leadership reception
held on Thursday and Friday. It to be hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Sid-
will be centered around World Lit- ney Hertz 8:30 p.m. March 21 at
their home,
25133 Scotia,
Hun t i ngton
Aviv Ekrony, consul for cultural
affairs at the Consulate General of
T h e reception
Israel, will be at the Jewish Cen-
is in advance of
ter for two lectures this month.
the Beth Shalom
On March 27, he will speak on
Purim dinner-
Nobel Prize Winner S. Y. Agnon,
dance on behalf
in conjunction with a reception
of Israel Bonds.
for narticipants of the Hebrew
Audio-Visual Seminar and Work-
Shevitz, first
sho'. The title of this talk,
chairman of the
in Hebrew, is "Agnon — To Each
Michigan Fair
Generation Its Genius."
"The Renaissance of Hebrew Lit-
Practices C o m -
erature" will be Ekrony's subject
mission, received
in English, on March 28.
the Amity Award
Both lectures are open to the
from the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress; Detroit Corn- community.
A native of Israel, Ekrony taught
munity for Human Rights Day
Award; a citation of appreciation high school and served as a news-
from St. Cyprian's Protestant Epis- paper columnist and literary critic
A decorative and fashionable
copal Church; and an award, from before he joined the ministry of
in 1965.
Swag to enhance the beauty of
the Workmen's Circle for distin- foreign affairs *
* *
your home. Single Tulip in com-
binations of green and blue, or
He has served as president of Stories of Peretz
orange and brown. Antique brass
the Jewish Community Council, as
Repeat Special
a member of the board of gover- Will Come to Life
nors of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and as national treasurer of in Yiddish at Center
Includes the Special Bulb
An evening devoted to the Yid-
the Labor Zionist Organization of
dish literary heritage will be pre-
You are invited to meet
sented by Center Theater 8:30
p.m. Wednesday in the Aaron
lighting consultant.
Two Local Men Receive
DeRoy Theater at the Jewish
Call 358-1360 for an ap-
pointment and bring your
The program, "Theater of Pe-
Eighty-four professional a n d
house plans for correct
civic, leaders were honored with retz," featuring Ralph Bernstein,
lighting suggestions.
special sesquicentennial alumni Beth-Sheva Davidson, Evelyn Or-
awards at a dinner Friday. Two of bach and Abe Ulanoff, will be
directed by Mrs. Davidson.
them are from this area.
Such well-known Peretz stories
Given on the occasion of the U. as "Ivan, the Sabbath Handyman,"
of M.'s 150th anniversary, the and "Venus and Shulamith" will
awards went to alumni whose lives be presented.
exemplify t h e sesquicentennial
An hour of coffee and conversa-
theme, "knowledge, wisdom, and tion will follow the program. There
24200 Telegraph 358-1360
the courage to serve."
is a charge for nonmembers. For
Between 9 and 10 Mile Rds.
Among the recipients were Jason information call Leonard Bradley,
Open Doily 8 to 5:30; Sat. 8 to 4,
L. Honigman, Detroit lawyer; and managing director of Center The-
Thurs. to 9 p.m.
architect Sal King, president of ater, DI 1-4200.
Albert Kahn Associates.

Shevitz to Address
Beth Shalom Fete

Israeli Consul
Scheduled for 2
Center Lectures




Friday, March 10, 1967-25

Rohan-Steel Marriage Choosing Reading:
Is Planned for May 28 Timely WSU Book


Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rohan, 15729
Jeanette, Southfield, announce the
engagement of their daughter Jayne
to Lawrence Sheldon Steel, son of
Mrs. Samuel Steel, 15746 George
Washington, Southfield, and the
late Mr. Steel.
Miss Rohan attended- the Univer-
sity of Miami, Florida, and is pre-
sently enrolled at Wayne State
University. Her fiance is a gradu-
ate of Eastern Michigan Univer-
A May 28 wedding is planned.

Wayne State University has is-
sued a timely work, especialy
valuable in present - day curricula,
as a guide to selecting material in
teaching reading.
"Choosing Materials to Teach
Reading, the new WSU Press book,
was compiled by Profs. Kenneth
S. Goodman, Hans C. Olsen, Jr.,
Cynthia M. Colvin and Louis F.
Aimed at providing "an objec-
tive summary of principles that
can enable school practitioners to
judge effectively if specific read-
ing materials are what they are
claimed," the authors pursued
their task along literary, psycho-.
logical, sociological, educational
and linguistic principles..

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