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February 02, 1968 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-02

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Friday, February 2, 1968-27

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miss Marcia Ann Zager
Engaged to Samuel Bell

News Brevities

Priority Urged for Spiritual Jewish
Education at Akiva Day School Fete;
Moskowitz Scholarship Established

JOSEPH SCHUSTER, noted cel- Feb. 10, at the Glen Oaks Golf
list, will be heard in recital at and Country Club. Dinner will be
the Aaron DeRoy Theater of the followed by dancing. The public
A strong plea for "priority for The dinner was dedicated in
Jewish Center 8 p.m. Saturday. is invited. For information call
Schuster has made nine world Shirley Mooradian, 2273-0362. Res- spiritual education of our youth" honor of the 50th wedding anni-
tours in addition to his coast-to- ervations will be taken until Mon- was sounded Sunday night at the versary of Isidore and Mollie Mos-
kowitz. They were presented with
coast appearances in the United day.
annual dinner of Akiva Hebrew
= * *
a plaque by Philip Stollman who
States. He has been featured as

soloist under Toscanini, Walter,
Bernstein a n d other celebrated
conductors. This program will in-
clude Beethoven's A Major Sonata,
Tartini's Concerto in D Major, as
well as compositions by Haydn,
Schumann, DeFalla and Chopin.

• • •

Dr. LEROY LEVITT, dean of
the Chicago Medical School, will
be visiting chief at Sinai Hospital
MISS MARCIA ZAGER
of Detroit 8:30 a.m. Thursday in
the main lecture room. Dr. Levitt
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zager of will speak on "Psychological As-
Heritage Lane, Southfield, an- pects of Aging."
nounce the engagement of their
* • •
daughter Marcia Ann to Samuel
Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Members of the DETROIT AS-
Bell of Kentucky Ave.
SOCIATION for RETARDED
The bride-elect is a graduate of CHILDREN are making plans for
the Wayne State University college the first dinner-dance to be held
of education. Her fiance was
graduated from the WSU law
school.
The couple plans to marry in
June.

The world- renowned violinist
NATHAN MILSTEIN will appear
with the Detroit Symphony Orches-
tra Saturday evening in Ford
Auditorium. Sixten Ehrling will
conduct.
* • •

Day School, Sunday night, at the
Sheraton-Cadillac by Rabbi Samuel
H. Prero.
Addressing the more than 500
who attended the yearly event,
Rabbi Prero asserted that "in our
system of things today, in our
materialistic world, only a chosen
few recognize the validity of such
high priority . . ." He pleaded for
highest priority on maximum Jew-
ish education and declared that
"Akiva Day School represents a
dedication to total Jewish living
consistent with the American
scene."
"Unless we are successful in

announced also that a Moskowitz
scholarship fund has been estab-
lished at Akiva Day School to
honor the celebrants.
A musical program was given at
the dinner by Cantor Chaskelle
Ritter of New York who was ac-
companied by his son, SamueL
Program participants included
the toastmaster, David Tanzman,
who also led in the singing of the
national anthems; David I. Berris,

FRULA, the Yugoslavian folk
ballet company coming to the
Masonic Auditorium Feb. 17, re-
flects the various foreign influ-
ences, particularly oriental that
have made their impact upon the
national spirit of the country. The
oriental influence will be particu-
larly noted in "Dances from Mace-
donia" and "Dance of the Ship- educating a dedicated generation
of our young people, we will lose
tars."

Classified Ads Get Quick Results

president of the school; Elisha
Prero and Louis Greenbaum.
Akiva students who greeted the
gathering in English and Hebrew
remarks in the name of the
school's 156 pupils; Dr. Hayim
Donin and Rabbi Manfred Pick.

the battle on the American scene,"
he warned.

Metropolitan Detroit B'nai B'rith Men's

Women's Councils

AL A STAR RE VU E

g evory )

On tize

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

STARRING

THAT'S
ENTERTAINMENT

ETERNAL LIGHT

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "His Name Shall Be
Known," a documentary about
Charles Jordan, executive vice
chairman of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee, who
died last year in Prague.



and

CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE

BETTY WALKER

Sensational comedienne of the Mike
Douglas and Mery Griffin Show.
Vivacious, versatile comedienne
of comedy characterization.

LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR

Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WKNR.
Feature: Dr. Velvl Green, space
scientist of NASA and the Univer-.
sity of Minnesota, continues his

series of ".Hasidism in the Science
Laboratory" with a discussion on
"The Final Examination."
• • •
HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: The color film "In Our
Time" will be shown. The film,
produced by Vision Associates in
New York for the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Federation and Wel-
fare Funds, documents contem:
porary Jewish welfare servicees.
• • •

HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Cantor Harold Orbach
explores "Contemporary Sound of
the Song of Israel."
• * *

ALFRED

and

JOHNNY
YUNE

"r•

new International
singing star.

9c,

BERNIE
BERNS

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.

Station: WJBK.
Feature: Rabbi Alexander M.

can Hebrew Congregations, will
discuss "Why We Need Adult Edu-
cation" with Rabbis Leon Fram
and Id. Robert Syme of Temple
Israel.
• • •
THE MAGIC DOOR
'Mile: 6:30 p.m. Monday.
Station: Channel 56.

Feature: Tiny_ Toy, Deedee and
Scrunch.

Town and Country Sale

Town and Country Shop, 19158

Livernois, is featuring a mad mid-
night sale starting noon today. .All

winter merchandise is 50 per cent
off the original ticketed price.
Those who want to save, may
come to Town and Country before
midnitlit'dna' 61.6-Out 'the values:

Direct from the
Tropicana in
Las Vegas —
show stoppers
of the Ed Sulli-
van Show.

First Midwest
ic appearance of a

COMMUNITY CURRENTS

Schindler, recently named vice
president of the Union of Ameri-

LENORE

JO-ANN
FLORIO

Hilarity at its peak!
Record breaking op-
•pearance at the Cop-
°cabana; Concord,
and Grossingers.

IC

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY

- FEBRUARY 13, 14, 15, 1968

Dynamic Songstress
— Memorable smash
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8:15 P.M.
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