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

March 12, 1976 - Image 41

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-03-12

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

'I . Friday, March 12, 1976 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Men's ORT Names Officers at Annual Meeting Sunday

The Detroit Men's ORT
Chapter named David Her-
melin president Sunday at
the group's annual break-
fast meeting at the Jewish
Community Center.

Election of officers and
board members highlighted
the agenda, which also in-
cluded honoring eight men
for 1976 ORT scholarship
contributions, special recog-
nition for outgoing presi-
dent Jerome C. Hirsch, and
the annual address by Prof.
William Haber of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, past
president of the World ORT
Union.
Hirsch was presented a
special award by Jack Ra-

israeli Educator
Coming to Detroit

Dr. Ervin Birnbaum, di-
rector of the English lan-
guage high school in Sde
Boker, will be in Detroit to
talk about his school Mon-
day through Wednesday at
the Israel Aliyah Center.

Dr. Birnbaum, a native
American who left for Israel
in 1947, is the author of
numerous articles and
books. He founded the En-
glish language school in
1970.

Persons wishing to host
Dr. Birnbaum at a group
meeting may call the aliya
center, 968-1044.

Franklin Election

Bernard Isenberg and
David Klein were elected to
two-year terms on the
Franklin. Village board of
trustees in Tuesday's village-
elections.

ber said ORT trained 15-20
percent of the Israeli work
force of 1.3 million, and said
its work is especially impor-
tant during troubled eco-
nomic times, and especially
during war, when ORT
trainees help run the na-
tion's essential plants and
repair facilities.
Prof. Haber predicted
that Israel will have unem-
ployment problems until a
higher proportion of its
work force shifts to produc-
DAVID HERMELIN
dar, of the American ORT tion jobs from service jobs.
Federation, for his contribu-
He added that the Organi-
tions to ORT. Hirsch was re-- zation for Rehabilitation
cently named one of 10 ORT through Training is not a
men of the year.
charity, but a major factor
In his remarks, Prof. Ha- in Israel's nationbuilding,

I

Jewry on the Air

This Week's
and
Television Programs

VISTAS OF ISRAEL

Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WOMC - FM
(104.3).
Feature: Israel culture
and literature. A calendar
of events in the Jewish com-
munity follows.

*

* *

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ (1270)
and
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station WDEE (1500).
Feature: An address to
the Jewish community.

* * *
RELIGION IN THE
-
NEWS

Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: CKWW.
* * *

HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday

Feinstein to Address Joint
Temple, Church Lecture Series

Prof. Otto Feinstein of
Wayne State University will
lead off the schedule of
speakers for "Great Deci-
sions 76" with a discussion
of "Latin America and the
United States" 8 p.m.
Thursday, at Temple Eman-
u-El.
The temple and the Bir-
mingham Unitarian Church
will host the 1976 "Deci-
sions" meetings co-spon-

Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Adler of Vaughan Ave. were
honored by their children
and grandchildren at a din-
ner party at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute Saturday on
the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary. Their
children are Anne and
Frank Summers, Ethel and
Nate Fine, Frances and
Mark Klinger. Out-of-town
guests included Sam Shiff-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Shiffman, Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Shiffman, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Zenner, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Swartz, Miss Tillie
Shiffman and Miss Toby
Rappaport, all of Toronto;
and Frank Boxenbaum of
Montreal.

sored by the Detroit Council
for World Affairs and the
WSU Center for Teaching
About Peace and War.
W. Michael Blumenthal,
chairman and president of
Bendix Corp., will speak in
the temple at 8 p.m. March
25, on "The United States in
the World Economy."
"India" will be the topic
of a meeting at 8 p.m.
April 1 in the Birmingham
Unitarian Church. Ranjit
Bajwa, -a member of the
Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity • faculty, will discuss
povertey in India and the
future 'of demo-cracy for
that country.
Prof. Maurice Waters of
the Wayne State Political
Science Department will
talk about "Rethinking U.S.
Foreign Policy" at the Uni-
tarian Church at 8 p.m.
April 8.
Meetings are free and
open to the public.

Maxim Taste
`Freshly Perked'

Maxim Freeze-Dried Cof-
fee tastes like fresh perked
coffee. Maxim starts with
fresh perked coffee, then it's
freeze-dried into big dark
chunks for rich flavor. It's a
complement to traditional
Purim pastries.

Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Music — the
Universal Language With a
Jewish Cast — Part II,"
with Cantors Sholom Kalib,
Jacob Barkin and Harold
Orbach.

*

* *

LUBAVITCH JEWISH
HOUR

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WNIC (1300) and
WNIC-FM (100).
Feature: Rabbinical re-
marks, Jewish music.
* * *

INTERVIEW
IMPROMPTU

Time: 11 p.m. Sunday
Station: WDEE (1500)
and
Time: 12:15 p.m. Wednes-
day
Station:
WQRS-FM
(105.1)
Feature: Carol Wald, art-
ist and author of "Myth
America," will be inter-
viewed.

.

*

* *

RELIGIOUS SCOPE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 9.
Feature: News in the Jew-
ish community.
* * *

ROZHINKES
MIT MANDLEN

Time: 9 a.m. Monday,
Tuesday and Thursday.
Station: WIID (1096).
Feature: -Israeli and Yid-
dish music, news, inter-
views, recipes and other fea-
tures, with Jules Abrams.
* * *

"IF NOT NOW . . ."

Time: 7:30 p.m. Monday
WDET-FM
Station:
(101.9)
Feature: "Soviet Jewry
and the Brussels II Confer-
ence — Part II," with Daniel
G. Berk and Beverly Yost.
* * *

Fleischmann's
security and personal devel- for Purim Baking

opment of her citizens.
Hermelin said the Detroit
Men's ORT Chapter would
need to increase its mem-
bership in order to stay even
with its annual committ-
ment of $50,000. The
13-year-old group is the
largest men's ORT group,
with more than 1,000 mem-
bers.
Rader also announced
1976 ORT Scholarship
Awards to Charles Gilson
(multiple award) Hyman
Nathan, Dr. Murray A.
Shekter, Hirsch, Lester S.
Smith, Hermelin, Samuel
Simmer and Irving Nuss-
baum.
Other officers elected
with Hirsch were: Leonard
Baron, first vice pre,,sident;
Richard J. Burstein, second
vice president and trea-
surer; Dr. Conrad Giles, vice-
president and secretary;
and vice presidents Dr.
Shekter and Burton Farb-
man.
Directors elected to a
three-year term were: Bur-

stein, Norman Folbe, Lewis Gross-
man, Moray Kutzen, Malcolm
Lowenstein, Hyman Nathan,
Norman H. Rosenfeld, Max D.
Schuster, Judge John M. Wise,
Marvin Fleischman, Harold Frank,
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz, Richard
Kux, Milton Lucow, Nusbaum,
Mark E. Schlussel, Dr. Shekter
and Paul Zuckerman. -,

28 Scholarships
Given to Students

* * *
YIDDISHE SHTUNDE

Time: 9 a.m. Wednesday
and Friday..
Station: WIID (1090).
Feature: -An all-Yiddish
program of music, news,
interviews and other fea-
tures, with Lou Levine.

Fleischmann's Sweet Un-
salted Margarine is health-
fully high in polyunsatur-
ates. It's made with 100
percent corn oil. It's certi-
fied kosher, and comes in a
lightly salted version, as
well as soft.

Bar Mitzvahs, Wed-
dings,
Sweet Sixteens etc.

CANDY CENTERPIECES
Invitations and
Accessories

Party Favors

MARCIA MASSERMAN
646-6138

It is hard to suffer wrong
and pay for it too.

Professional 1..nierlainnieni

The
Sheldon Rott
Orchestra

- ,

and

Vickie Carroll

255-1599

543-7226

• More Selection

• More Quality

• More Fashion

• More Values

MICHIGAN'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN

* FAIRLANE TOWN CENTER

Dearborn Now Open 9:30 to 9:30, Sun. 12 to 5

* NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CENTER

13 Mile at Woodward
9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M., Sunday 12-5

* TEL-12 SHOPPING CENTER

Scholarship loans total-
ing more than $25,000 were
approved for 28 needy Jew-
ish college students at a re-
cent Jewish Scholarship
Service meeting.
The service counsels met-
ropolitan area Jewish stu-
dents who seek scholarship
assistance, providing inter-
est-free loans when otheIr
resources are unavailable.
Loan applications are exam-
ined according to the stu-
dent's academic record and
his• individual and/or family
economic needs.
The service is a coopera-
tive effort of the commu-
nity, coordinating the schol-
arship applications with
grants from individual, Fed-
eration and organizational
scholarship funds. A com-
mittee of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, it is admin-
istered by the Jewish
Vocational Service.
Organizations or private
donors willing to help stu-
dents should contact Kal-
men Tillem, coordinator, at
the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice, 557-5341.

12 Mile at Telegraph
10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sunday 12-5

Pastel dressy
dresses for
spring and
Easter

Fabulous selection of the
newest styles short or king
sleeves.

Sizes 2 to 4
4 to 6X
7 to 14

$12 to $30

ALSO
LONG DRESSY DRESSES

SIZES 2 TO 14

$19 to$40

Use Our layaway,
Master Charge, BankAmericard

CHILDREN'S BOUTIQUE

Boys and Girls starting at size 4

SPRING & SUMMER FASHIONS
COME IN AND SEE OUR
NEW, COMPLETE BOYS DEPT.

SHEDORY ISRAEL
BE-DETROIT

Time: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Station: WIID (1090).
Feature: An all-Hebrew
program of Israeli music,
news and features from Is-
rael, with Uri Segal.

CREATIVE
PARTY PLANNING
and DECORATING

Barbara Cohen

Monday thru Friday

10 to 4:30
Saturday 10 to 3

REGISTER YOUR
CHILDIVEN
IN OUR
DOLL HOUSE CLUB

t..
Sharon Kamen

Special Savings on
New Spring Pant Suits

Large assortment of Gift Items
For That Little Something Extra

CARLYLE TOWER

vie
cDol1Gliou ese

23300 PROVIDENCE DRIVE SUITE III
Men - sal 10-4'30

559-2666

PARKING IN REAR

1

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan