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

September 06, 1968 - Image 30

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-09-06

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

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, September 6, 1968

Center Offers
New Courses

J3nai g3rit/2

Activities

LOUIS MARSHALL LODGE
and CHAPTER will hold a joint
meeting 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. Mrs.
Andrew Berger will speak on the
Bnai Brith. Inspector Jack Shoe-
maker, head of the record bureau
of the Detroit Police Department,
will discuss "Crime in the Streets."
A Musical Revue will be performed
by the chapter's drama group.
Guests are invited at no charge.
Refreshments will be served.

The educational services division
of the Jewish Center, planning an
expanded program for the coming
year, announces registration will
take place 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Sun-
day for members only and 9:30-9
p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
Staff and volunteers will be
available to answer questions.
New and special classes will in-
clude jewelry making, with George
* *: *
Gelberman; antique refinishing
IVAN
S.
BLOCH
CHAPTER will
and wood carving; Korean karate,
taught by the Michigan Tae Kwon meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Work-
Do Association; "American and men's Circle Center. A "mini-
Judaic Law" with Rabbi Shlomo games" night has been planned,
Sperka; children's hostess class for and refreshments will be served.
mothers and daughters, with Leah For transportation, call Betty
Weisenfeld, home economist; and Richman, car pool chairman, 542-
cliess with Robert Taylor, chess 3227.
4:
4:
4:
master.
For information, call the Center,
DI 1-4200, ext. 24 * 6.
*

Plotnick, Mrs. Sperka
Promoted at Center

Reinitz-Goldberg Vows Technion. Sponsors Regional Conclave
to Be Exchanged in Fall and Industrial Products Exhibit Here

Seniors' Housing
to Be Built by BB
in Pennsylvania

MISS MARCIA REINITZ

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Reinitz
of Roycourt Rd, Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Marcia Jo to Joseph Mi-
chael Goldberg of Chicago, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goldberg of
Gary, Ind.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Northwesten University. Mr. Gold-
berg was graduated from Indiana
University where he was affiliated
with Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
A fall wedding is planned.

School Registration
at Birmingham Temple

Mrs. Sperka
Dr. Plotnick
Dr. Morton Plotnick, program
director at the Jewish Center has
been promoted to assistant execu-
tive director in charge of program-
ing. Deanna Sperka, art instructor
at the Jewish Center since 1961,
becomes fine arts coordinator.
* * *

• ma x :

:
Atl k

4:2q

Modern Dance Classes

Dancer - choreographer Judith
Dunn and musician-composer Bill
Dixon will open the fall dance
season at the Jewish Center with
a series of modern dance classes,
starting Sunday, and concluding
with a lecture-demonstration Sept.
14.

Jewish Center Seeking
Leaders for Youth Clubs

Applications are being accepted
at the Jewish Center for children
and youth club adviser positions.
Leaders should be sensitive to
the needs of youngsters and have
some Jewish background. Previous
experience is desirable. For infor-
mation, call Sharon Alterman or
Cheryl Chapin, Group Services Di-
vision, DI 1-4200.



. •

-

The first apartment complex in
a Bnai Brith-sponsored program
to erect nonprofit, nonsectarian
housing developments for elderly
persons on limited incomes will be
completed in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.,
Construction of a 100-unit, high-
rise building, planned for an urban
renewal section of the city, will
begin early next year. The project
will be financed by a $1,500,000
federal mortgage loan. Bnai Brith's
Seligman J. Strauss Lodge in
Wilkes-Barre has organized a
corporation to build and maintain
the project. It will include a
recreation and social center,
lounge, snack bar, craft room and
auditorium.

Registration of students for
Birmingham Temple's Sunday
school and Hebrew school will take
place 10 a.m.-noon Sunday at the
Robert Frost Junior High School,
Oak Park, where Sunday school
classes will be held.
Classes begin Sept. 15. All teach-
ers are members of the congre-
gation, and Mrs. Nina Scheyer will
be principal.
Jewish achievement and human-
istic values are stressed in the
curriculum, which carries the
child from nursery through high
school. -
The latter is centered about a
four-year cycle of subjects in-
tended to be comprehensive of
the philosophy of Birmingham
Temple. This year, emphasis is
placed on the story of humanism.
In successive years, students will
encounter the basic concepts of
the story of Judaism, the world
religions and ethical problems
related to teen-agers.
Israeli Hebrew is offered to stu-
dents who are in grade 5 or above.
The Hebrew curriculum involves
reading, writing and simple con-
versation, the story of the holidays
and life in the land of Israel.
Pupils are prepared for Bar
Mitzva, Bat Mitzva and/or con-
firmation.

* 4: *

Hold Lecture Tonight

BY HENRY LEONARD

The Birmingham Temple will
sponsore a lecture 8:30 p.m. today
on "Mysticism, Zen and Human-
ism," by Dr. Milton Covensky,
professor of history at Wayne
State University, at the Robert
Frost Junior High School, Oak
Park. Admission is free. A dis-
cussion will follow at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Bacher, 27675
Chatsworth, Farmington Town-
ship.

The Detroit Chapter of the
American Technion Society is
sponsoring a one-day regional con-
ference and Israel product exhibit
9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sept. 15 at North-
land Inn.
Co-chairmen of the conference
are Julius J. Harwood, manager
of the metallurgy department in
the scientific laboratory of Ford
Motor Co.; and Dr. Joseph N.
Epel. Presiding at the luncheon
will be Dr. Jacob E. Goldman,
director of the Ford scientific lab-
oratory.
Subject of the all-day meeting is
"Israel's Technological and Indus-
trial Growth." Industrial items
shipped from Israel will be on
display.
Principal speakers to address
the conference are Ben Zion Go-
lan, consul for economic affairs
and director of the Midwest
regional office of the Govern-
ment of Israel Investment and
Export Authority, Chicago. Go-
lan will speak on Israel's Pres-
ent and Future Industrial De-
velopment."
Max Ratner, recently elected
president of the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce, will dis-
cuss "Evolutionary Development
of Israel's Industry" as pertaining
to heavy industry.
Engineering consultant Peter
Altman, for 16 years vice president
and technical consultant to Con-
tinental Motors Corp., has chosen
as his topic "The Importance of

City of Hope Couples
to Meet This Saturday



"And as my Bobe used to say, "if you
stop fighting ... you'll have peace!"

Industry is hit by an estimated
1,000 eye injuries every working
day of the year.

rry Freedman

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

HOWARD TRIEST
COLOR MOVIES

BRIDES — BAR MITZVAS

Forever

Treasure Those

BY POPULAR DEMAND !

Now Booking - •

.

E D BURG

and His Orchestra
Good Music
for All Occasions

LI 4-9278

v••••••••••••••••••••••4
• •
• •
recta
• •
• • •
reenhatim • •
• •
• •
Goerg
ldb I •


Is accepting a

A meeting of the Mr. and Mrs.
Group, City of Hope will be held

7:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of •
limited number of pupils •
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosenberg of • •

for technique
and 9
23441 Parklawn, ,Oak Park.
interpretation of the
President Charles Hoptman will • •

piano
• •
conduct a discussion of fund-rais- •

ing plans for the coming year. A 9

TO 9-1722
social hour will follow.
ftommoseoommeoeiDEP



-

HURRY AND JOIN ...

Bnai Brith Block Couple Bowling League
For a Fun-Packed Winter
Openings For a Few More Couples.

For further information please call:

Ben Winter, 545-8660 or
Beverly Dunn, VE 8-7805

Bowling Starts September 14th

We Make Our Own Glasses

HEADQUARTERS FOR

• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS

• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLASSES
ACCURATELY FILLED

• Immediate Repair

• Reasonably Priced

ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE

13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
LI 7-5068
OAK PARK, MICH.

Hours: Daily and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

BACK TO SCHOOL!

OUR ALTERATION DEPARTMENT

Volunteer Training Set
for Thursday at Center

Members of the community who
wish to participate in the Volunteer
Training Institute focusing on
needs of the aging may register
for the Thursday sessions by call-
ing the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, DI-1-5959.
According to Mrs. Morris Brand-
wine, chairman of the committee
on services to the aging of the
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, the institute will be held
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday in
the Jewish Center.

Technion to the Aircraft Industry
in Israel."
All Detroit-area engineers a n d
technological workers are invited.
Registration and luncheon tickets
will be available at the door.

r

Stands ready to Assist in Expert Altera-
tions on Ladies', Men's and Children's
Clothing.

COME IN AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION OF THE

"New' Look" in • Suits • Slacks

• Sport Coats • Topcoats

& Men's Furnishings

RADOM TAILORS

22141 COOLIDGE

CLOTHIERS &
CLEANERS

Phone: 398-9188

NEW STORE HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed. & Sat. 9 to 7
Thurs. & Fri. 9 to 9

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan