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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-09

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Gail Weinberg Wed Detroit Chapter of Hadassah Slates Schiller-Schwartz
to Gerald J. Sukenic Study Sessions for 'Education Day' Engagement Told

The study groups of the De-
troit Chapter of Hadassah will
hold an all-day session from
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sept. 20
at the Hadassah House.
Planning this "Education
Day" are Mesdames George
Rubin, vice president of educa-

Center Symphony
Concerts Listed
for Current Year

An all-star program featuring
outstanding concert artists has
been announced for the 1960-61
season of the Jewish Center
Symphony Orchestra.
MRS. GERALD SUKENIC
Under the direction of Julius
In a recent evening ceremony Chajes, well-known conductor,
at Cong. Adas Shalom, Gail composer and concert pianist,
Weinberg was wed to Gerald
Jay Sukenic. Rabbi Segal and
Cantor Fenakel officiated.
The newlyweds are the chil-
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Weinberg, 23400 Cloverlawn,
Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Sukenic of Huntington
Woods.
The bride wore a satin gown
with a bodice of Alencon lace.
Her fingertip veil of white illu-
sion fell from a tiara of pearls,
and she carried a Bible mount-
ed with white flowers.
Francene Weinberg served as
her sister's maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Arlene Glass-
man and Carol Slafkin. Lynn
Levine was junior bridesmaid,
and Sheryl Sukenic, a niece,
was flower girl.
JULIUS CHAJES
Lawrence Sukenic was his
brother's best man, and ushers the symphony will present, dur-
included Dennis Michaels, Dr. ing its 21st season, six Tuesday
Alvin Michaels, Louis Feldman, evening concerts in the Aaron
Melvin Rosenblatt and Nolan DeRoy Theater. ,
Weinberg, junior usher.
-The Center Symphony is com-
After a month in Florida, the posed of skilled amateur musi-
couple will reside in Oak Park. ians, augmented by several pro-
The bride is a senior at Wayne fessional musicians, including
State University.
some from the Detroit Sym-
phony.
Fredy Ostrovsky, outstanding
U.S. Jewish Teenagers
young violinist and member of
Called 'Less Religious' the Boston Symphony Orches-
tra, will open the season Oct.
Than Other Faiths
STARLIGHT, Pa. (JTA) — A 11. Gordon Staples, assistant
national conference of Jewish concertmaster of the Detroit
youth group workers was told Symphony, and Paul Olefsky,
that American Jewish teenagers former solo cellist of the De-
tend to be less committed towards troit Symphony, will perform
formalized religion than Catholic Brahm's Double Concerto on
Nov. 30.
or Protestant adolescents.
Jacob •Barkin, tenor, noted
But this tendency on the part
of Jewish teenagers to be less cantor, and Chajes, in his own
accepting of dogma is not to be piano concerto, will be heard
mistaken for lack of identification Feb. 7. Violinists Abraham and
with their religions or disinterest, Elaine Mishkind, new members
Dr. Daniel D. Raylesberg" of Bay- of the Detroit Symphony, will
side, New York, said in a paper be heard in Bach's Double Con-
delivered at the annual staff con- certo March 14.
Mischa Kottler, distinguished
ference of the Bnai Brith Youth
Detroit
pianist, and Mischa Mis-
Organization.
Dr. Raylesberg, a psychologist- chakoff, concertmaster of the
social group worker, said that Detroit Symphony, will be solo-
Jewish adolescents — along with ists at the final two concerts,
their non-Jewish contemporaries April 18 and May 16, respec-
—go through a phase of question- tively. There will be a Young
ing and doubting religious dogma People's concert, Oct. 30. Vio-
and institutions, but with one linists Emily Adams and Isidor
major difference: Jewish adoles- Saslov also will be heard April
cents, on the average, seem to 18. Tickets are on sale at the
Center.
show a greater tendency to ac-
cept the teachings of science
where these are in apparent con-
tradiction to the teachings of re-
ligion than do Protestants and
Catholics."
The Jewish college student has
"less background and orientation
Rabbi HERBERT GOLD-
in his religious traditions" than STEIN, professor of homiletics
undergraduates of other faiths, at Yeshiva University, recently
the national director of Bnai published the first volume of
Brith Hillel foundations stated.
extensive commentaries on the
Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn cited 613 Biblical Commandments
recent campus studies in report- ever done in the English lan-
ing that Jewish students "seem to guage. The book is entitled "Be-
be more unsure of their religious tween the Lines of the Bible."
* * *
convictions and particularly un-
Dr. VIKTOR E. FRANKL, of
aware of their relationship to
history and contemporary real- Vienna, world famous Jewish
psychologist, will deliver a
ity."
series of five addresses—Oct.
A score of years ago a Miami 16-20—at the Cathedral Church
Beach convention was a rare of St. Paul, in Detroit, under
event. Today this all-year re- auspices of the lecture series
sort captial averages approxi- committee of the Diocese of
Michigan.
mately a convention a day.

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tion; Charles Robinson, William
Shulewitz, Carl Bayer and Ben
Snider.
Topics for discussion will in-
clude "The Past, Present and
Future Aims of Study Groups;"
and "Reporters Report Behind
the News of American and Zion-
ist Affairs."
Speakers will include Mrs.
Rubin, Mrs. Snider, Mrs. I.
Jerome Hauser, chapter presi-
dent who will speak on "Zion-
ist Affairs;" and Prof. Mel
Ravitz of Wayne State Uni-
versity on "American Affairs."
The following study groups
will participate: Rayin, Mrs.
Lester Simons; Limod, Mrs.
Mickey Farris; Tamid, Mrs. San-
ford Bloomberg; Ward, Mrs.
Victor Tackman; Aziz, Mrs. Jul-
ian Lefkowitz; Ya'ar, Mrs. Wil-
liam Shulewitz; Medina, Mrs.
Morris Kaner; and Bonim.
The Education Day Commit-
tee will provide cake and coffee
for those who wish to bring
their own lunch.
President Hauser -reports that
a large delegation of Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah members
will attend the National 46th
Annual Convention Sunday
through Wednesday in New
York City. Mrs. Morris Wayne,
UN 2-4445, is in charge of dele-
gates' and guests' reservations.

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JNF Again Issues
Tree Certificates
for the New Year

The Jewish National Fund is
again issuing tree certificates
as New Year greetings to rela-
tives and friends. The specially
designed certificate, which at-
tests to the planting of a tree
"as a Symbol of Life for the
New Year, 5721," will again be
available at $2 per tree by call-
ing UN 4-2767, or by writing to
the Jewish National Fund, 18414
Wyoming, Detroit 21.
Friends of JNF and Israel,
according to Morris J. Brand-
wine, JNF president, may again
avail themselves of this method
of extending New Year greet-
ings: Organizations and those
MISS ELLEN SCHILLER
who are working on projects
will receive the usual
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice S.
for these speci
Schiller of Nadine Ave., Hunt-
ington Woods, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, El- Israel uartet i 6th Year
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len, to Jack A. Schwartz, son
newly-es s lished Yeshi-
niversity String Quartet
of Harry Schwartz and the va
foundea as the. Palestine
late Mrs. Henrietta Schwartz of w
artet 86 ears ago—'n 1874
Southwood Ave., Southfield.
in Jeru alem, I
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The bride-elect is a senior in
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the School of Education at the
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University of Michigan. Her
fiance was graduated from the
Detroit Institute of Technology.
Wedding plans are set for next
summer.

Southern Community Opens
All-Day Hebrew School

NEW YORK, (JTA)—An all-
day Hebrew school was opened
in Augusta, Ga., which has a
Jewish population of about 300
ilies, it was announced here
by
muel C. Feuerstein, presi-
dent f Torah Umesorah, the
nation
society for Orthodox
Hebre Day Schools. There are
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