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September 01, 1967 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-01

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24—Friday, September 1, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Moses Cemetery Unit Buys Bonds

5qewry

(9n tie „Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Trades and Profes-
sions: Part III." an informal con-
versation between writers Mark
van Doren and Maurice Samuel in
the series "Life and Livelihood in
the Bible," 45th annual program
of "Words We Live By."
* * *

HEAR OUR VOICE

Announcing the purchase of $8,000 in Israel Bonds by the Beth
Moses Cemetery Association are, from left: Dr. Raymond Feldman,
vice president; Abe Feinstein, controller; Abe Moss, president;
Dr. Manuel Feldman, a trustee, and Louis E. Levitan, director of
the Detroit Israel Bond Organization. This new purchase brings the
holding of the Beth Moses Cemetery Association to $12,000.

Dr. Sherman Name d Sinai Hospital
Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology

The first full-time chief of the
division of obstetrics and gyne-
cology. Dr. Alfred I. Sherman, has
been appointed by Sinai Hospital,
the executive vice-president, Dr.
.Julien Pricer, announced.
A native of Hamilton, Ontario.
Dr. Sherman comes to Sinai
from St. Louis, Mo., where
he was a profes-
sor of obstetrics
and gynecology at
t h e Washington
University School
of Medicine.
-4
D r. Sherman
received degrees
r o m Hamilton
Central Collegiate
Institute and the
University of Tor-
onto school of Dr. Sherman
medicine. After serving an intern.
ship and residency at Hamilton
General Hospital, he interned and
served a residency in obstetrics
and gynecology at St. Louis Ma-

ternity and Barnes Hospital in Mis-
souri. In 1950, he received a fel-
lowship to the Washington Uni-
versity School of Medicine and
went on to become an instructor
in radiotherapy and professor in
obstetrics and gynecology.
While in St. Louis, Dr. Sherman
was co-director of the John A.
Hartford Foundation Cytogenetics
Laboratory and consultant in gyne-
cology to the Mallinckrodt Institute
of Radiology. With membership in
many organizations and a long list
of articles published in journals.
Dr. Sherman found time to write a
concise book on the diagnosis and
treatment of gynecologic cancer,
"Cancer of the Female Reproduc-
tive Organs," published in 1963.
Dr. Sherman is married and the
father of three children.

Posthumous Volume
of Albrecht Alt Essays

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Cantor Jacob Barkin,
be heard
concert artist, will
through recordings. Cantor Harold
Orbach of Temple Israel will com-
ment.

* * *
LIQUID FIRE

Time: 2 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: The story of Samuel
Gompers, defender of the working
man and organized labor's first
president.

* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Tine: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: Rabbi Alvin D. Rubin
of Temple Israel, St. Louis, will
discuss "Labor of Worth."
* * *

Diane Frank Betrothed Riot Victims Seek
to Mr. Jay Bielfield Redress for Losses

A group of merchants whose

property was damaged and stolen
during the recent disturbances has
appointed a committee to explore
the possibility of instituting legal
action against the city of Detroit
because of alleged "failure of the
city to provide adequate police and
fire protection." The committee has
contacted a group of lawyers who
are now exploring the feasibility
of such a lawsuit.
To institute such a suit, notice
of intent to file must be served on
the corporation counsel of the city,
or on his assistant, within 60 days
after the damages were incurred.
For information, write or call
Mrs. Aaron Slootsky, 20300 Gil-
christ, 837-6328 or 894-9137.
All parties who incurred such
MISS DIANE FRANK
losses are invited to a meeting at
the
National Cash Register . Build-
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Frank of
ing, 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
Twyckingham Way, Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
ABRAHAM BORMAN, chairman
daughter Diane Nancy to Jay Alan
of the executive committee of Bor-
Bielfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
man Food Stores, Inc., has ac-
vey Bielfield of Knob Woods Dr.,
quired 300,000 shares owned by
Southfield.
his brother, TOM BORMAN, the
The bride-elect attended Michi- company chairman; Tom's wife,
gan State University and current- Sarah; and his son, Paul D., a vice
1y attends the Wayne State Uni- president. The acquisition appar-
versity college of education. Her ently gives Abraham Borman pri-
fiance is a graduate of the Uni- mary control of the company.
versity of Michigan and attends
Wayne's law school. He is affiliat-
ed with Phi Sigma Delta frater-
YOUR CHILD
nity.
DESERVE THE
A July 7 wedding is planned.

B EST

HIGHLIGHTS

ROMANTIC AFFAIRS
BEGIN WITH

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station Channel 2.
and
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK.
Feature: Dr. Leonard Gordon,
former Michigan area director of
American Jewish Committee, will
moderate "The Recent Detroit
Crises." "What Happened in the
Joint Religious Community During
the Crisis?" will be discussed. (See
story).

JOCELYN

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• *
IN CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

Station: WJR.
Feature: Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
of Adas Shalom Synagogue and Rt.
"Essays on Old Testament His- Rev. Michael Howard, pastor of St.
tory and Religion" by Albrecht George Syrian Orthodox Church,
Alt will be published by Double- Montreal. will discuss "How Should
the Religious Community React to
ri 11
day on Sept. 22. It is available in the Middle East?"
* * *
this edition for the first time in
A2110 Uncoil
English.
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
8
a.m.
Sunday.
Time:
This
posthumous
volume
of
es-
Aug. 21—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Station: WKNR.
says contains the significant work
ward Miller (Marianne Jaye)
Feature: Forum: "Are Practical
21681 Church. Oak Park. a daugh by one of the foremost European
biblical scholars. Four principal . Precepts Necessary?"
ter, Amy Marlene.
*
* *
subjects are covered in this book:
• •
Aug. 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Den- 1. the origin and character of Detroit Riots Subject
monotheism—the
concept
of
a
God
nis Dubrow (Donna Ruch), former
over all other gods, 2. the legal of 'Highlights' Talks
Detroiters of Los Angeles, a son,
implications of the religion of Is-
"Local Perspectives on World
Ethan David.
rael—the notion that God gave the Concerns" is the subject of a new
• • •
whole of the law at one moment series on "Highlights" starting
Aug. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron- at the beginning of Israel's his-
aid W. Demeter (Deanna Sanders).. tory. 3. the settlement of the Is- Sunday.
This summer has been one of
19131 Votrobe•k, a son, Michael raelite tribes in Palestine and the
crises and controversy. The first
Brian.
creation of the Israelite state. and two programs deal with the "Re-
• • •
4. the emergence of a monarchy cent Detroit Crises," followed by
July 19 — To Rabbi and Mrs. • in the separate states of Israel and
two programs on "Israel — After
Henry L. Goldschlag (Shoshana T. Judah.
the Seven Days."
Pikelny of Chicago). 15251 Oak
Albrecht Alt (1883-1956) was
Dr. Leonard Gordon, former
Park Blvd.. Oak Park, a son, Dan one of the most influential of
Michigan area director of American
Eli.
European scholars in Old Testa- Jewish Committee and currently
ment studies. As a university pro- assistant professor of sociology,
fessor he taught in the Universi- Arizona State University, mod-
REV. GOLDMAN L.
ties of Greisewald, Basel, Halle, erates these programs on the "Re-
and finally Leipzig. For a time cent Detroit Crises." Sunday they
he was director of the German will discuss "What happened in
MOHEL
Evangelical Institute in Jerusa- the joint religious community dur-
lem, and from 1925 on he was pre- ing the crises?" Followed on Sept.
353-5444
sident of the German Council for 10 with "Where does the joint
the Exploration of the Holy Land. religious community go from
here?" Participants will be Rev.
Recommended by Physicians
Woodie W. White, coordinator of
Big
Closing Week-End
RABBI LEO
inner city ministries for the Metho-
for 1967 State Fair
dist Church in Detroit, and David
The 1967 Michigan. State 'Fair, Roth, Michigan regional director
passing the halfway mark of its of American Jewish Congress.
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Friday is Family Day.
ARTHUR FIEDLER will con-
International Day will be ob- auct all of the Detroit Symphony
served at the Fair on Sunday from Orchestra's 1968 Cabaraet "Pops"
noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Music Concerts. Eight concerts are sched-
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