100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

April 07, 1967 - Image 27

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-07

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 7, '1967-27

Manischewitz Co. Gets
Kashrut Certificate

People Make News

ISAAC REMBAH, former ed-
itor of the daily newspaper Herut
and a veteran journalist, was pre-
sented with the Jacob Landau
award by the local lodge of Bnai
Brith. The award, was given to
Rembah in recognition for his 40
years of diversified journalistic
activity. The award was established
in memory of the late Jacob Lan-
dau, a founder of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency,
• • *

Dr. JACK SABLE, director of
the New York State Office of Eco-
nomic Opportunity, was elected
chairman of the boar d of the
Samuel A. Fryer Educational Re-
search Foundation. Operating un-
der the auspices of Tora Ume-
sora, National Society for Hebrew ,
Day Schools, the Fryer Research
Foundation concentrates on re-
search and educational activity ,
in the field of ethics and character
education.
• • •

JULIUS BORENSTEIN, chair-1
man of the YIVO Institute for
Jewish Research, will be honored
on his 80th birthday at the insti-
tute's annual dinner Sunday after-
noon, at the Commodore Hotel, New
York. At the even, the YIVO re-
search and development fund will
be proclaimed as a 'tribute to
Borenstein, who is national vice I
president of Workmen's Circle and
a member of the boards of the
Jewish Labor Committee and the
Congress for Jewish Culture. He
has served as YIVO chairman for
a quarter of a century.
• • •
The election of Rabbi SHLOMO
GOREN, Israel army chief chap-
lain, as Ashkenazi chief rabbi of
Tel Aviv-Jaffa seems virtually as-
sured, following the excepted en-
dorsement by the government coa-
lition and the National Religious
Party. The election of a chief rabbi,
who will succeed Rabbi Unterman,
is scheduled to take place in a
month.



11



Senator WAYNE MORSE, Lieu-
tenant Governor WILLIAM G. MIL-
' LIKEN, Congressman JOHN CON-
YERS, Jr., and CHARLES GOGEN,
president of the American Federa-
tion of Teachers, will share the
speakers platform at a dinner cele-
brating the fifth anniversary of the
American Civil Liberties Union's
Michigan branch, April 29, at Rack-
barn Bldg.
, • • •
Gov. SPIRO T. AGNEW of Mary-
land has acceMed the position of
honorary chairman of the Maryland
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds, it was announced by Dr.

the

LEADER FAMILY

offers you

55 YEARS

LEADERSHIP

our exclusive process
tins Maw

SHAMPAGNE
SHAMPOO

call for
informati on

342-5200

Leader

CARPET CLEANING CO.
112ZZ LISERNOIS. DETROIT

Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Gov . Agnew was installed in his
new post at a formal dinner held
at the Government House in An-
napolis.


Vice President HUBERT H.
HUMPHREY has been nominated
to receive the 196'7 Histadrut
Humanitarian Award, to be pres-
ented to the Vice-President at a
testimonial dinner May 8 at Wash-
ington Hilton Hotel, Washington.
George Meany, president, AFL-
CIO, is honorary chairman of the
affair, Louis Stulberg, president,
International L a d i e s' Garment
Workers Union, is general chair-
man.

DR. JOEL H. BERMAN, former
Detroiter who is now violinist in
residence and associate professor
of music at the University of Mary-
land, will be visiting three Oak-
land County schools next week as
consulting artist and soloist for
American Youth Performs. Dr.
Berman will be in Pontiac Sunday,
Southfield Wednesday and Royal
Oak next Friday to listen to and
perform for classes and orches-
tras- Dr. Berman, who attended
Julliard and Columbia for his
bachelors and masters degrees, did
graduate work at the University
of Michigan. From here, he will go
to Washington to perform at the
National Gallery of Art.


The Jewish Education Commit-
tee of New York will honor Dr.
AZRIEL EISENBERG, educator
and author, at a testimonial din-
ner. April 16, at Essex House,
New York. Dr. Eisenberg served
the committee as executive vice
president for 17 years before re-
tiring last year, when he became
executive director of the World
Council on Jewish Education.
• • •
Former Congressman CHARLES
L. WELTNER of Georgia, who
bowed out of a bid for reele
ction
last October rather than support
segregationist Lester Maddox for
governor, will be the principal
speaker, April 23, at the 12th an-
nual Freedom Fund dinner of the
Detroit branch of the NAACP in
Cobo Hall.
• s •
Governmental and scholarly rep-
resentatives of Sweden, Israel and
Germany joined in New York
Sunday in the opening of an ex-
hibit devoted to the life and works
of NELLY -SACHS, co-winner of
the 1966 Nobel Prize for literature.
The exhibit, at the Leo Baeck
Institute, is to be on display until
April 23. The display traces the
life of Miss Sachs in Berlin, pic-
tures her flight from Nazi persecu-
tion to Sweden in 1940, and traces
her writings, in the German lan-
guage, until she was honored last
December for her "outstanding
lyrical and dramatic poetry which,
with gripping power, interprets
the fate of Israel."

i Thilliam Keller to Thke

Beverly .z1loore as Bride

— — —
Four new works, created espe-
cially for the fourth American
tour of the BALLET FOLK-
LORICO of MEXICO, will be
seen when the group performs at
the Masonic Auditorium April
14-16.

Larry Freedman

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

SAVE 25% ON

NATIONALLY ADVERTISED

STERLING SILVER

NORTHWOOD JEWELRY

2602 N. Woodward LI. 9-1835

MISS BEVERLY MOORE

Rabbi Isaac Siegal of Jersey

City presents certificate of kash-
rut for the B. Manischewitz
Company to Bernard Manische-
witz, president.

Brevities

The celebrated English theatri-
cal company. BRISTOL OLD VIC,
coming to the Masonic Auditorium
for two days, May 3 and May 4,
will present Shakespeare's "Ham-
let" on Wednesday and "Romeo
and Juliet" on Thursday. Old
Vic's arrival in America comes
as a highlight of the 200th anni-
versary of its home theater, the
Theater Royal, the oldest working
playhouse in Britain.

Law Research Service, Inc. an-
nounces the appointment of three
attorneys as area directors servic-
ing Southeastern and Northern
Michigan. Abraham S el e s n y,
Hughes L. Potiker and Robert
Shipper will operate under the
company name of LAW RE-
SEARCH SERVICE OF SOUTH-
EASTERN MICHIGAN, INC. It
will provide a complete, up-to-date
law library to the attorney by
special arrangement with the
Western Union Telex System and
the computer center in New York.
• • •
THE LOST DECIBELS will
meet 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Em-
erson School, Royal Oak. Mary
Campbell, teacher of the deaf at
the Ida Public Schools in Ida,
Mich., will speak on the "Deaf
and Hard of Hearing Program for
Ida Schools." Her assistant, Charyl
Dennis, a student at Eastern
Michigan University. also will be
present. Benjamin F. Harrison of
Harrison Violins in Berkley will
discuss the problems of the deaf
businessman.
• • •
Michigan artists and craftsmen
will present an exhibit of paintings
and crafts at the LIVONIA MALL
through April 15 daily except Sun-
day. Mall hours are 9:30 a.m. to
9 p.m. daily except Tuesday and
Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The exhibit is sponsored by the

• •
Merchants Association of the Li-
Artists SYLVIA CHOVER, ROSE vonia Mall.
LEVINE and DOROTHY HAR-
• • •
WOOD have created colorful col-
Conductor ARTHUR FIEDLER
lage panels for reproduction on will make his first appearances
note cards bearing quotations from with the Detroit Symphony Or-
the Bible and Jewish literature. chestra this week to inaugurate
Titled "A Year of Plenty", "The the symphony's 1967 Cabaret
Creation of the World", "In the "Pops" Concert. Fiedler will con-
End of Days", "The Tree of Life", duct two pairs of programs, the
"Sound of Shofar" and "Grant first on Tuesday and Wednesday
Peace", the six different cards evenings featuring Symphony con-
were created at Sholem Aleichem certmaster Mischa Mischakoff as
Institute and are for sale to or- soloist, and the second on April
ganizations and individuals. They 14 and 15, with Detroiter Gordon
are suitable for holiday greetings Goodman as piano soloist. Con-
and individual note paper. For certs are at the Detroit Light
information, call Mrs. Harwood, Guard Armory.
LI 7-5194.
a a
The board of directors of Bank
of the Commonwealth has elected
Yugoslavian Services
The Conference on Jewish Ma- JAY H. SLOAD assistant vice , presi-
terial Claims AgainSt Germany dent in the investment division and
last year allocated a total of S130,- RICHARD J. ZINGER a trust of-
000 for educational, cultural, com- ficer in the trust division, it has
munal rehabilitation and general been announced by George W.
Miller, -president.
relief projects in Yugoslavia.

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Moore
of Santa Maria Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Beverly to William Keller, son of
Mrs. Esther Keller of Stansbury
Ave. and the late Mr. Peter Keller.
A May wedding is planned.

BY POPULAR DEMAND !

Now Booking - - -

ED BURG

and His Orchestra

Good Music
for All Occasions

LI 4-9278

Oriental Rug
REPAIR
SALE

Hand Wearing

Hand Fringing

Hand Binding

TADItoss

clziAHAT

EXJ Olf
EXJ OV

Midwest's largest and most scientifically de-
signed Steam Room. Also Massages, Slumber

Lounge, Exercise Room, Sun Room and Club

Lounge with complete restaurant. $ fa 25
per visit



COOLIDGE HIGHWAY at Capital 544-3611

Between 5 & 5 M,Ie Roads Oak Pork

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan