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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-17

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36—Friday, March 17, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Southfield Lodge Gets a Councilman

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David Redisch (left), membership chairman of the new South-
field Lodge of Bnai. Brith, accepts a membership check from South-
field Councilman Norman W. Feder, as Nathan D. Rubenstein, South-
field Lodge pro tem, looks on. The first Bnai Brith lodge in the city
of Southfield, it will service the Jewish population in the city and
neighboring suburbs. It is already approaching chartering strength
of 100 members and is expected to make its debut at the Bnai Brith
District 6 convention in Detroit next June. The 100 members will
commemorate the 100 years of District Grand Lodge 6 in the order
of Bnai Brith. Meetings of the lodge are held at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

Onai

PISGAH CHAPTER recently in-
stalled Mesdames Julius Ring, pre-
sident; Herman Marsh, vice presi-
dent; Irwin Faudman, treasurer;
Sam Kaplan, Phillip Graff, Al
Klaiman, Miss Rose Karlin, and
Mrs. Simon Weinberg, secretaries;
and Mesdames Harris Becker, Sam
Hamburger and Julius Meskin,
counsellors.
* * *
LOUIS' STONE CHAPTER will
hold its installation 12:15 p.m.
Wednesday at Carl's Chop House.
Mrs. Alan Nathan will be install-
ing officer. For reservations, con-
tact Margaret Huppert, VE 7-1805,
or Lynn Ziegler, 541-3729.

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,Activities

PISGAH LODGE will hold its
annual children's party 1:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Labor Zionist Insti-
tute. The variety show will include
Donna Jean Wolfe, ventriloquist;
the Hall Brothers, comedians;
Sheryl Schmidt, baton twirler; and
Malcolm Campell, magician. There
will be refreshments and souvenirs.
Admission is free. A Purim festi-
val of Jewish songs will be held
8:30 p.m. _ Monday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. The concert will
feature the Dan Frohman Chorus,
with Rebecca Frohman, accompan-
ist. Friends are invited.

*

*

BB Bowling Tourney
Draws 2,000 Members

More than 2,000 bowlers will
compete in the 26th annual Na-
tional Bnai Brith Bowling Tourna-
ment this weekend, and April 1
and 2.
Detroit Metropolitan Bnal.. Brith
hosts this event every five years.
Mel Robins, president, announced
this tournament to be the largest
team participation in 26 years,
with representatives from s i x
states and two Canadian cities.
Directing all local planning
and scheduling is Paul Kales,
tournament •chairman, with as-_
sistance from Al Brook, Aaron
Lipin, Harold Weiss and 150
Bnai Brith committee members.
The tournament will take place
7 p.m. Saturday and noon Sunday
at Cloverlanes, Yorba Linda, Mel-
ody Lanes, Bowlerama, Oak Park
Lanes and State Fair.
Spectators are invited. Leagues
which have entered 15 teams or
more are Pisgah, Ivan S. Bloch
and Morgenthau.

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SHAAREY ZEDEK MEN'S
CLUB Choral Group will be fea-
tured at the annual Purim Ball 9
p.m. March 25 in the social hall of
Shaarey Zedek. Cocktails and a
buffet supper will be served, and
there will be dancing to the music
of Larry Freedman's Orchestra.
The choral group, under the direc-
tion of Dan Frohman, will perform
a selection of Israeli and English
songs. For reservations, call the
Shaarey Zedek office, 357-5544.
* * *
BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
will join the sisterhood in a social
hour to honor Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Shiffman on their 60th wedding
anniversary and other members
who are celebrating anniversaries
at this time, 8:30 p.m. Monday in
the social hall. A short business
meeting will be held prior to the
social.

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HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: Continuing the series
"Living Music of the Synagogue,"
with "Instruments in Worship,"
a service from the chapel of the
Hebrew Union College of- Jerusalem
will be presented. Cantor Harold
Orbach, host, will /comment on the
selections and their renditions.
* * *
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
and
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: As part of the series
"Are We Served?," a "trial" will
take place in which the Detroit
Jewish Community is asked to
show what it is doing for its elder-
ly citizens. Participating will be
Samuel Cohen, assistant director,
of the Jewish Welfare Federation; ,
Rube Weiss; Mrs. Max Schubiner,
representing senior citizen groups;
Ira Sonnenblick, director of the
Jewish Home of the Aged; and
Leslie Rose, associate chairman of
the committee on housing for the
elderly. (Postponed from last
week.)
• * *
FRONTIERS OF FAITH
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4, color
Feature: The rituals and syMbol-
ism of the Jewish seder for Pass-
over are portrayed and the rela-
tion of the Christian services of
the Lord's supper to Passover are
discussed.
* * *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "The Betrothed" an
adaptation by Joseph Mindel of
a story by Shmuel Yoseph Agnon.
This final program on the works
of Agnon deals with the yearnings
and strivings of young people for
truth and love.

*

* *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: WXYZ
Feature: Dr. Harry M. Orlinsky,
professor of Bible of the Hebrew
Union College's New York school,
will speak on "The New Age of
Bible Translations."
* * *
MORGAN MERRY-GO-ROUND
Time: 7:55 a.m. Wednesday and
Thursday
Station: Channel 9
Feature: Mrs. David Kliger will
speak on Shaarey Zedek's forth-
coming "Woman's World."

MISS CHERYL SPECTOR

Mr. and__ Mrs. Nathan Spector
of: Sorrento Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Cheryl Beth to Robert M. Gilhoo-
Icy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gilhooley of Skokie, Ill.
Miss Spector is a senior at the
University of Michigan. Her fiance
is a graduate of the University
of Michigan, where he attends
graduate school in business ad-
ministration. He is affiliated with
sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, Michi-
gamua and Sphinx honoraries and
is a member of the Detroit Tigers
baseball organization.
An Aug. 31 wedding is planned.

Richard Strichartz, who resigned
as Detroit city controller to become
special assistant to the GM vice
president for public relations four
months ago, has been named
Wayne State University's general
counsel.
A . former WSU law professor,
Strichartz, 44, will take up the job
effective April 1. As general coun-
sel he will be responsible for han-
dling the university's legal affairs
and will be in charge of govern
ment relations.
He took a leave of absence from
Wayne in 1962 when Mayor Cava-
nagh named him his special assist-
ant. Later he served as assistant
corporation counsel and then con-
troller.
Strichartz, his wife and four chil-
dren live at 17601 Wisconsin.

Sociologist to Discuss
`Culture of Poverty'

"Is the Culture of Poverty a
FallaCy?" will be the topic of a
lecture by Arthur Field of the so-
ciology department at Wayne State
University 8:45 p.m. Saturday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Kannon, 19721 Cherryhill, South-
field.
The meeting is sponsored by
Branch 11, Labor Zionist Organi-
zation. For information, call Stan
Jacobson, LI 2-5669.

Larry Freedman

`Talking Books' Available
to Physically Handicapped

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ment may now borrow "talking
books',' from a regional library for
the Blind and Physically, Handi-
capped.
As a result of Public Law 89-522,
the Library of Congress, which
supplies the "talking books" (rec-
ards) to 34 regional libraries in
the country, has extended its na-
tional Books-for-the-Blind program
to include persons who cannot read
conventional printed materials be-
cause of 'physical limitations. The
Wayne County Library for ,the
Blind and Physically Handicapped
is in Wayne. For information, call
274-2600.

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Minister Designs Cross
With the Mogen David

A new Christian symbol to help
combat anti-Semitism has been
suggested by a former Detroiter
who is now a minister in. Indiana.
The Cross of the Covenants fea-
tures a Star of David inside the
Celtic Cross.. Its designer is the
Rev. William R. Simmons, a grad-
uate of Eastern High School, who
is now minister of the United
Presbyterian Church in Ligonier,
Ind.
While serving as a pastor in
Lakeland, Fla., his unique cross
became the official symbol of the
Presbytery of West Florida.
Mr. Simmons said he got the
idea for the design during his
student days in Chicago, when
the area was beset with anti-
Semitic demonstrations like that
in Trenton, Mich.
"It is my hope," he said, "that
the cross of the Covenants will
prove to be an effective reminder
to Christians of their indebtedness
for the rich heritage of ancient
Israel that they feed upon and
that it may be an equally effective
warning to all would-be Hitlers
and others who would foster rac-
ism that any attack upon the weak
and defenseless is an attack upon
the Christian Church."

ORCH ESTRA

CALL: LI 7 0896 or LI 5 2737

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