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March 17, 1967 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 17, 1967 39

Maurice Samuel Learns From Hil lel

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People Make News

Author-lecturer Maurice Samuel, who is used to having students
listen to him, listened to the students recently when he sat in on
classes at Hillel Day School. He is shown here with Rabbi Jacob
Segal (left) in the seventh grade class. Commenting later on his ex-
periences in a letter to Rabbi Segal, Samuel wrote: "I can understand
why Moshe Sharett (Israel's late prime minister) of blessed memory
could not tear himself away from the place . . . The hours I spent
in the Hillel classes have done more for my spirits and for my
vision of the future than a hundred books and sermons .. ."

Livonia Congregation
Plans Cabaret Night

The Livonia Jewish Congrega-
tion will hold a Cabaret Night 8:30
p.m. March 25 at the synagogue.
Chairman Ed Schwartz announces
the entertainment will be provided
by master of ceremonies Jimmy
Radcliff and vocalist Peggy
Udman. The Norman Berman Trio
will supply the music.
A kosher Polynesian dinner will
be served. Strolling accordionist
Dwight Dustin will provide dinner
music.
For reservations contact the
synagogue office, GA 5-9370, or
after 6 p.m., contact Ed Schwartz,
KE 7-7974,

Popular Library Reissues
`Berlin Diary' Paperback

Popular Library (355 Lexington,
NY 10017) has reissued "Berlin
Diary" by William Shirer, re-
viewed last week in The Jewish
News. The name of the publisher
was given erroneously.

SIDNEY SELIG, director of edu-
cation of Cong. Beth Shalom, is
attending the educators assembly
of the United Synagogue in New
York state. Selig has prepared for
publication at this education con-
ference a paper on an experimental
program for teacher training in the
Jewish religious school. Selig is
chairman of the Jewish Educators
Council of Metropolitan Detroit.

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..Maj. Gen. A. K. OCRAN, chief
of staff of the Ghana armed forces,
left Tuesday for a visit to Israel
at the invitation of the Israeli
government. He was to visit Lon-
don first. Gen. Ocran, who is in
charge of communications for the
Ghanaian government, will meet
with Israeli communications of-
ficials. Israel Embassy officials in
Ghana were among officials who
bade farewell to the general at
Accra Internional Airport.
• * *
ELIJAH REIZMAN, prominent
Yiddish poet, was awarded the
order of Polonia Restituta to mark
the 35th anniversary of the pub-
lication of his first poem. Reiz-
man now lives in Szczeczyn, Po-
land. IDA KA1VIINSKA, director
and star of the Polish Yiddish
State Theater, was one of a group
of Polish artists decorated March
9 with the "Order of the Millen-
ium." The award was prepared
in connection with the observance
of the 1,000th anniversary of the
Polish state.
* * *
Dr. ALBERT B. SABIN, world-
famous scientist and developer of
live polio vaccine, has accepted
the post of chairman of the 1967
Israel bond campaign in Cincin-
nati. Active in support of the Is-
rael Bond Organization for many
years, Dr. Sabin is also a member
of the board of governors of the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
* * *
Rabbi ERNST CONRAD served
as master of ceremonies at the
15th annual dinner meeting of the
Pontiac Urban League Thursday.
Earlier he delivered a Lenten talk,
"Judaism and the Jewish View of
Man," at the Pontiac YWCA.
* * *
A new venture into relatively
undeveloped areas of the teaching
process in higher education — the
concept of a "visual" university
press which will produce specially
designed films for classroom and
research use — has been created
at Brandeis University's Morse
Center for' the Study of Communi-
cation. Documentary film producer
DAVID KEITH HARDY has been
appointed director of the Morse
Center, which also has embarked
on an intensive program to_ estab-
lish a comprehensive Documentary
Film Archives.
* * *
U.S. Senators JOSEPH S. CLARK
of Pennsylvania and ERNEST
GRUENING of Alaska will be fea-
tured speakers at the biennial con-
vention of the American Jewish
Congress National Women's Divi-
sion, April 4 to 6, at Mayflower
Hotel, Washington, D.C.
* * *
Dr. ALBERT B. SABIN, inter-
nationally renowned scientist and
discoverer of the oral polio vac-
cine, has accepted the chairmanship
of the 1967 Cincinnati Israel Bond
campaign.
• * *
JUSTIN LOUIS DUBINSKY, a
Jewish attorney in Glace Bay,
Nova Scotia, has been named a
justice of the Superior' Court in
Nova Scotia. The appointment was
believed to be the first for a Jew
to a Superior Court in the Atlantic
provinces of Canada. The new jus-
tice is active in Jewish education.
* * *
Dr. DAVID WECHSLER, clinical
professor at the New York Univer-
sity College of Medicine and emeri-
tus chief psychologist of the Belle-
vue Psychiatric Hospital in New
York City, left for an extended
stay in Israel to be the first visit-
ing professor in the Sam and Helen
Beber Chair in Clinical Psychology
which was endowed by Philip M.
Klutznick, Nathan Manilow and
Sam Beber. He will occupy this po-
sition for the spring trimester of
the academic year.
* * *
The 14th Chaim Weizmann Me-
morial Lectures in the Science will
be given at the Weizmann Institute
of Science this year in Rehovoth
by Prof. GEORGE WALD, of Har-
vard 'University,

MOSHE SHALTIEL of Tel Aviv
has arrived in Chicago to work
with the Midwest region of the
Student Zionist Organization, it
was announced by Gabe Ende,
national president of the organiza-
tion. Moshe Dworkin, national di-
rector of SZO, stated that Shaltiel
will be working with the student
Zionist groups on 27 campuses.
*
*
Dr. EARL KAPLAN, Detroit
foot surgeon, addressed the fifth
annual seminar in professional
development sponsored by the
Pennsylvania College of Podiatry
last weekend. Among the local
podiatrists who attended were Dr.
Mathew Borovoy of Oak Park and
his staff,
* * *
ALVIN J. SKELLY, assistant
superintendent of the Detroit Pub-
lic Schools, was promoted to deputy
superintendent, continuing to head
the school housing division. Super-
intendent NORMAN DRACHLER
also announced that Dr. WILLIAM
WATTENBERG will be working in
a new school administration divi-
sion. He will continue to be in
charge of counseling, with a pro-
motion from assistant superinten-
dent to associate superintendent.
* * *
HENRY FEINBERG, president of
the Michigan Chapter of the Ameri-
can Society for Group Therapy and
Psychodrama, will chair the section
on "Psychodrama, Role Playing and
Role Theory" at the 26th annual
conference of the American Society
of Group Psychotherapy and Psy
chodrama this weekend at the
Roosevelt Hotel, New York City.
* * *
Michigan Civil Rights Commis-
sioners Dr. A. A. BANKS, Jr., and
SIDNEY M. SHEVITZ were sworn
in for their second term of office
by Judge Horace Gilmore last Fri-
day in the Judge's chambers at
Wayne County Circuit Court. Both
commissioners were appointees of
Governor George Romney to the
constitutionally established Michi-
gan Civil Rights Commission and
were originally sworn in August
1963.
* * *
Mrs. GOLDA HEIR, former For-
eign Minister of Israel, has ac-
cepted the chairmanship of the
building committee for the H. Lei-
vick House in Tel Aviv, it was an-
nounced by the Congress for
Jewish Culture in New York.

DeborahlVolokEligaged
to Mr. Levi of Windsor

MISS DEBORAH WOLOS

Mr. an _ d Mrs. Emil Wolok of
Monica Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Deb-
orah to Allan Levi, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Levi of Windsor.
Miss Wolok is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Her fiance
is pursuing his doctoral studies
in social psychology at Columbia
University.
A July wedding is planned.

FRANK PAUL

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