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January 31, 1969 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28—Friday, January 31, 1969

Brandeis Clean-Up Squad Takes Inventory

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Michigan Camping Sites
You can camp in five national
forests and 21 state forests in
Michigan. And you can find camp-
ing information on display at the
Detroit Camper and Travel Trailer
Show to be held at the Detroit Ar-
tillery Armory, W. 8 Mile near
Northland, Feb. 15 through 23.

DON'T BE LATE!

Call Us About Your
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MRS. MICHAEL NOVETSKY

A library assistant at Brandeis University picks up books and manuscripts raked from shelves by five
dissident students charging the institution with racist policies.

People Make News

Chaplain Abraham Avrech, direc-
tor of alumni activities at Yeshiva ,
University. a lieu-
tenant - colonel in
the U.S. Army
Reserve and a •
member of the
Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America
( Orthodox ) d el e-
gation to the Na-
tional Jewish Wel- ;
fare Board Com-
mission on Jewish
Chaplaincy,
is the newly-elect-
ed president of
the Association of
Jewish Chaplains
in the Armed
Forces. Avrech

DAVID F. SQUIRE, senior advi-
ser for economic and social affairs
at the United States mission to the
United Nations, has been named to
the newly created post of vice pres-
ident for student affairs at Brandeis
University.

Jewish communal service by Pil-
cheny, who also served in Jewish
education and Jewish Centers.
* *
WESLEY D. PAVELON, 25, of
Milwaukee, who is active in Con-
gregation Sinai and the Milwaukee
Jewish Welfare Fund, has been
named one of America's Ten Out-
standing Young Men for 1968 by
the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
* * *
Wayne County Circuit Court
Judge VICTOR J. BAUM discuss-
ed judicial notice, the judge's role
in trial evidence sponsored by the
Institute of Continuing Legal Edu-
cation last weekend in Lansing.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs
i
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
ELIAS PILCHENY has resign-
Feature: "The Struggle for Peace
ed as administrative field secre-
in
the Middle East" will be a dis-
tary of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board after 25 years of serv- cussion between Yitzhak Leor, con-
ice to the JWB. The date also sul for press and inf t the
marked completion of 45 years of Consulate General of Israel in Chi-
cago, and Fr. James McGlynn,
dean of the graduate school of the
University of Detroit.

Sheri -1' Erman to
AlitchellSte7cart

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COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WJBK
Feature: "Literary Figures in
Jewish Life"—an interview with
Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis
Singer by Charles Feinberg.

HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WCAR
Feature: "The magnificent Yos-
sele Rosenblatt" is presented in
new recordings. Cantor Harold Or-
bach is commentator.

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MISS SHERRY ERMAN

Mr. and Mrs. John Erman of
Knollwood Circle W., Birmingham,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Sherry Helene to Daniel
Mitchell Stewart, son of Mrs. Fay
Stewart of Santa Barbara Ave. and
the late Mr. David Stewart.
Miss Erman is a senior at the
University of Michigan. Her fiance
attends the Kansas City College of
Osteopathy.
A May 25 wedding is planned.

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LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: WKNR
Feature: "A Scratch in a Seed—
Open Invitation to a Crippled Tree"
—a talk on dilution and compro-
mise in Jewish education by Rabbi
Yitzhak Kagan. There will be mu-
sical interludes.
* *
ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: "Calloused Hands,"
next in a series on "Man in Pro-
test," focuses on the story of a
Jewish concert pianist, Maryan
Sokol, and his protest in a German
concentration camp.

The stockholders of Wyandotte
Savings Bank elected two new
board members at their annual
meeting. The new WSB directors
are PHILIP J. ZASADNY and HAR-
OLD S. PODOLSKY. President of
the Beverage Distribution Co.,
Podolsky has been a member of
the company, which was founded
by his father in the early 1920's,
for the past 24 years. 'L.! is a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan
and Wyandotte's Theodore Roose-
velt High School and he currentl y
makes his home in Detroit.

At a recent ceremony at the
Raleigh House, Gayle Susan Welt-
man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel 0. Weltman of Wildwood
Ave., Oak Park, became the bride
of Michael Alan Novetsky, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Novetsky of
Scotia Ave., Oak Park. Rabbi Mil-
ton Arm and Cantor Harold Or-
bach officiated.
The bride wore a silk peau de
soie skimmer.
Mrs. Lois Glazer was matron of
honor. Karen Novetsky was maid
of honor. Junior bridesmaid was
Penny Sue Sweet, and flower girl
was Lisa Rope. Bridesmaids were
Pearl Feldberg and Susan Coleman.
Best man was Victor Dracsin.
Ushers were David and Robert
Weltman, brothers of the bride,
Howard Novetsky, brother of the
bridegroom, Marc Rope, Barry
Glazer and Jay Grossman.

Lists Noted Speakers
for NJ Rabbinical Parley

Rabbi Zev Segal, president of
the Orthodox Rabbinical Council
of America, announced that emin-
ARNOLD LEVITSKY was the In-
ent world Jewish leaders who will
surance Agent of the year in the address the annual conference in
Fine Agency of American United Lakewood, N.J., Feb. 3-5, will in-
Life.
clude Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveit-
e ,
chik, chief rabbi of Israel's armed
DANIEL MANN, who for some forces and newly elected Chief
years has been national executive Rabbi of Tel Aviv Rabbi Shlomo
director of the Labor Zionist Or- Goren, Rabbi Chaim D. Regens-
ganization Poale-Zion, has been berg and Consul General of Israel
appointed to the staff of the Jewish Rehaveam Amir.
Agency-American Section as co-
ordinator of a special advisory
committee charged with the task
of drafting the structure and pro-
gram of a proposed American Zion-
ist Federation.
Ash Trays, Candy Dishes,
Matchboxes, etc.
* 0. *
Made from glass and antique
ISAAC STERN will be honored
finished metals, ceramics. For
for his contributions to the musical
Weddings and Bar Mitvazs, etc.
Also personalized novelty pens.
arts by the Jewish Academy of
Arts and Sciences and will be in-
INVITATIONS & ACCESSORIES
ducted as a fellow in the academy
also available.
at public ceremonies to be held
Thursday, at Dropsie College for
Hebrew and Cognate Learning, in
646-6138
Philadelphia.

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