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November 08, 1968 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-08

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‘Kokah-Kolah' New Arrival in Israel

Alexander Goldberg, President
of Technion, to Address Dinner

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 8, 1968-33

Michigan's first governor, under
French rule, was Aymar de Chas-
Alexander Goldberg, president of
At Technion, Goldberg is con- tes and Sieur de Monts who ruled
Technion, the Israel Institute of cerned with maximizing efficiency from 1603 to 1612.
Technology, will address the 23rd in directing research and develop-
annual dinner 6 p.m. Nov. 21 at ment facilities to Israel's science-
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, Sam Ric_h, based industry.
president, announces.
gf2VitatiOnS
Richard Model, chairman of the
Goldberg will speak of the vital dinner, said advance reservations
BY
importance of Technion to Israel
and its pivotal role in the quest for should be made at the Technion
HATTIE
Nil e
peace and security in the entire office, 358-3070.
Middle East and Africa.
,Goldberg has been identified with ** ENTERTAINMENT **
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Technion for many years, and in ,For Banquets .. . Business k,
1962 he became chairman of its .Meetings ... Bar Mitzvas
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Before joining Technion, Gold- -.X— Caricatures —Strollers* IN WEDDING •
A new truck carries an equally "new" product into the city of
CONFIRMATION AND PARTY
berg was managing director of
Jerusalem: Coca-Cola. A $3,000,000 Coca-Cola bottling plant now
Fertilizers and Chemicals, Ltd.,
stands at Bnai Brak, on the outskirts of Tel Aviv — turning out
BERKLEY, MICHIGAN
one of the largest industrial en-
60,000,000 bottles a year. The plant is a triumph of American busi-
terprises in Israel.
nessmen's refusal to be intimidated by threats of Arab boycotts of
Theodore Herzl was a frequent
Coca-Cola.
guest at the Goldberg home on his
visits to Lithuania, where Alexan-
der Goldberg was born in 1906. The
family moved to England in 1914.
There, Goldberg pursued a scien-
tific education, and he was admit-
Suburbans
working with the State Department ted to the Royal School of Mines.
ETERNAL LIGHT-TV
on Middle East affairs. Rabbi He soon established himself as an
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Leon Fram of Temple Israel is in engineer.
Station: Channel 4
Feature: Marie Waife-Goldberg, terviewer.
After World War II, Goldberg

*
daughter of Sholom Aleichem, is
was asked by the government to
IN CONTACT
interviewed by NBC News corres-
develop
a prefabricated house as
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
pondent Elie Abel. Mrs. Waife-
a makeshift measure to cope with
Station: WJR
Goldberg, author of "My Father,
Feature: Dr. Paul Maiers, asso- the post-war housing shortage.
SATURDAY & SUNDAY SPECIALS
Sholom Aleichem," will reminisce
ciate professor of history at East- More than 100,000 of his aluminum
about her childhood in Kiev.
homes
were
used
by
Britons.
ern Michigan University, will dis-
• •
cuss his new book on Pontius
ETERNAL LIGHT-RADIO
Pianist VAN CLIBURN comes
Pilate, as part of this series, "Reli-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
to the Masonic Auditorium 8:20
gion and the Arts."
Station: WWJ
* *
p.m. Saturday. He is known as a
Feature: "Degree of Freedom,"
HEAR • OUR VOICE
native of the Lone Star State,
first in a series of dramas on the
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
though he was actually born in
theme "Man In Protest," focuses
Station: WCAR
Shreveport, La. Van first played in
on Thomas Jefferson's role in guar-
Feature: More songs of Russian public at the age of four, perform-
Very Famous
anteeing the rights of freedom of Jewry from "Out of the Silence," ing Bach's C-Major Prelude at
Label!
worship and separation of church a collection of songs by Cantor Shreveport's Dodd College. By the
and state.
Reuven Frankel, formerly of De- time he was 6, it was obvious to
• • •
troit and now of Albany. Cantor all that he was destined for a con-
HIGHLIGHTS
Harold Orbach is commentator.
cert career.
• * •
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Station: Channel 2
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Feature: Esther Broner, author
Station: WKNR
of "Journal/Nocturnal and Seven
Feature: "Inherited Jewish
Stories," discusses her writing
yesterday $130
4
with Sherwin T. Wine, rabbi of Traits of Character: the Extrava-
gance of Jewish Charitableness"
Birmingham Temple.
• • *
will be discussed. Youth choirs
will provide the musical portion.
SPECIAL
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday and 7:30
p.m. Monday
Station: Channel 56
Feature: "Wait Till I Swallow
My Saliva," a play written especi-
Swedish pianist HANS LEY
ally for the Jewish Community
Council by Esther Broner, will be GRAF will make his American
debut
with the Detroit _Symphony
presented. Evelyn Orbach did the
dramatic production for the play, Orchestra in concerts Nov. 14 and
which stars David Azar, Paul Win- 16 in Ford Auditorium.
▪ * •
ters and Don Dailey, and which
Two of Gilbert and Sullivan's
deals with the generational con-
flict viewed within the perspective outstanding collaborations come to
the Masonic Auditorium in late
of the teachings of Judaism.
November when "THE MIKADO"
* •
is presented Nov. 26 and "H.M.S
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Pinafore' is performed Nov. 27.
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
*
Station: WJBK
FRED WARING comes to the
Feature: "Middle East Perspec-
Ma
sonic
Auditorium
with his
tive With Ira Hirschmann," an
Nov. 15.
interview of the author, philanthro- famous Pennsylvanians
S
pist and public figure currently
YEHUDI MENUHIN, coming to
Masonic Nov. 23, has talents that
have placed him in the highest
echelon both as violinist and as
one of the truly great all-round
musicians of his time. He has per-
formed as recitalist, as soloist with
CHARGE IT
the greatest orchestras, and as
Were $40 to $180.
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the
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of
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war,
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Saturday and Sunday at Char- and parade 11 a.m. Monday. The
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War I, District 7, will gather 10
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* • *
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at
VFW
Memorial
Hall,
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Co., announced the acquisition of
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