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January 21, 1972 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-21

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Taronto'sMr.4ilv4rnian Mitch_Miller to Lead ; Orchestra
Deborah,-
to Be
Fete-Won- 100thBirthday
,

Akiva Concert,to Honor Rabbi Donin Bride of Ronald Fenton

Rabbi Hityim Donin, a founder ent location at the Rohlik Build-
of Akiva Hebrew Day School, will ing, United Hebrew Schools. The
be honored at Akiva's annual con- school added a 10th grade this
cert, "Akiva Goes Pops," featuring year, with plans for an 11th and
Mitch Miller conducting the De- 12th to be added.
trot Symphony Orchestra, 8 p.m.
Rabbi Donin is treasurer of the
March 5 at Ford Auditorium.
Jewish Community Council and
Rabbi Donin of Cong. Bnai Da- chairman of

vid, is being recognized as Akiva

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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its internal relations
committee, member of the board

founder, as president for several of governors of Jewish Welfare
terms and as
Federation and member of the
president for sev-
executive committee of Rabbinical
er al terms
Council of America. He is a cur-
and as continu-
rent delegate to the World Zionist
ing supporter of
Congress in Israel.
the school and
The "Akiva Goes Pops" con-
Jewish educ a-
cert is part of Akiva's fund-rais-
tion.
ECHIEL SILVERMAN
ing
effort to suppOrt a program
He has seen
of Jewish education, with a high
The 100th birthday of Echiel Akiva progress
scholastic curriculum covering
Silverman was celebrated at a from its original
both Hebrew and general studies.
tribute dinner in his honor last rented site in the
Tickets for the concert and Rabbi
weekend at Adath Israel Syna- Labor Zionist Rabbi Donin
gogue in Toronto.
building on Schaefer, to the Young Donin tributes are available
He comes to Detroit often to visit Israel of Oak-Woods, to its pres- through the Akiva concert office,
358-4730, as well as at J. L. Hud-
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
son Co. and Grinnell's.
and Mrs. Max Silverman of South-
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field.
Rabbi Poupko to Speak
Mr. Silverman was born in Ro-
mania and came to Toronto in 1902
Rabbi Joel Poupko of Hillel Foun-
with his late wife, Hannah. He has
dation at the University of Michi-
Onthe tXir
six children, 11 grandchildren and
gan, will address parents and
24 great-grandchildren.
friends of Akiva Hebrew Day
This Week's Radio and
School at a continental breakfast
Mr. Silverman was a tailor until
Television Programs
11 a.m. Sunday at Young Israel of
his retirement. He still is active
Oak Woods.
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
at the synagogue and is treasurer
His topic will be "Hebrew Day
of the Senior Citizens Club there.
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
School . . . What Would We Do
Station: WKNR
Without It?".
and
Nazi Party Message
Time 1 a.m. Monday
Station: WKNR-FM (100)
Arlazaroff-Avrunin Unit
Protested to Phone Co.
Feature: "The Details—Are They to Mark Tu b'Shevat
The Michigan Bell Telephone Co.
So
Trivial?"—a
sermonette
by
is being urged to discontinue an
Arlazaroff - Avrunin Far band
anti-Semitic, anti-Black phone mes- Rabbi Yitschak Kagan; "Trees and branch of the Labor Zionist move-
sage by the National Socialist Man;" a story, "The Baal Shem- ment will hold a Tu b'Shevat cele-
White People's Party, once known Tov's Prayer;" and musical inter bration 1 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Labor
ludes by the Chabad Hasidic choir
as the American Nazi Party.
Zionist Institute, it was announced
On dialing the number, in Gar- of New York. • • •
by Mrs. Harry Mondry, cultural

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sage of the National Socialist
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Grand Rapids
News Notes

Ahavas Israel Men's Club will
hold a dinner-dance, "Club 2727,"
8:30 p.m. Jan. 29 in the social hall.
• • •
Hyman Bylan hits been re-elect-
ed to a two-year term on the
executive board of trustees, Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
• • •
Harold A. Marks received his
CPA certificate from the Michi-
gan Board of Accounting.
• • •
Jerome Siegel Baer Jr., former
Grand Rapids resident of Rose-
ville, died Jan. 13 at age 28. He
leaves his wife, Diane; his moth-
er, Mrs. Jerome Baer of East
Grand Rapids; two sisters, Mrs.
Howard Cohen of Montreal and
Nanette; and his grandmother,
Mrs. Max Baer.
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Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WCACR
Feature: Rabbi Harold S. Loss
will explore some fundamental
Jewish themes present in today's
musk.
• • •
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: A film, "Heritage of
Love" showing the work carried
out by the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, will be shown.
• • •
ETERNAL IGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "How Manny Got Into
the Seventh Grade." Marc Siegel's
story of a young boy's search for
faith.

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chairman.
The celebration will be dedicated
to Jewish Nationl Fund Month and
to honor Tu b'Shevat. The branch
is planning a garden of trees in
Israel.
David Silver, Farband member
of many years and past president
of the JliF Council, will be guest
speaker. A recent film on Israel
will be shown. Fruits appropriate
for the occasion will be served.

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• • •
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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: Religion and man is
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Youngblood.
• • •
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Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blazer provides a
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Time: 7 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WMZK-FM (98).
Feature: Jack Roberts presents
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notes and news from Israel.

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