California Official Susan Joan Sandie,
to Address JNF's to Wed Mr. Bass
By Randy Zusman
Southfield High students and
Rabin Seymour made their tele-
vision debut together recently on
the new CKLW-TV program "Teen
Southfield students opened the
new program this past week, lead-
ing the way for many other students
representing various high schools
in the area who will appear on
"Teen Town" in t h e following
In the recent district forensics
contest held at Southfield, the
Southfield contestants were vic-
torious in three of five categories
and also took three second places.
Among the victorious were Randy
Silverston, Carolyn Daitch, and
Gary Rutldge, and winning second
place honors were Alan Axelrod
and Curt Eshelman.
Student C_ongress and class elec-
tions are soon approaching the
Southfield students. The Student
Congress election which will be
held on May, will determine the
six representatives from each of
the two houses at the high school.
Class of '66 elections will be held
May 15, and Class of '65 elections,
The Southfield Senior Prom,
presented by the Junior Class,
will be held 9 p.m. May 8 at the
Armenian Cultural Center on
Northwestern Hwy. Music will
be supplied by the Kitt Redding
Orchestra. Tickets will be put on
The fifth annual Detroit Busi-
ness Show turned out to be a big
success for Southfield this year for
the first time in the school's his-
tory. A contest for the school's best
typing and shorthand students was
held. Barb Seiden took first place
in typing, and Nina Brigner took
first place in shorthand.
Margie Millman received a sec-
ond place award in both divisions
and served as an alternate as the
three of them traveled to the De-
troit Business Show. Barbara was
declared a winner and received a
pen and pencil set and a trophy.
Southfield High School is having
its annual Career Night 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Southfield Audi-
torium. There will be more than
30 vocations represented.
The Upper Teen Scholarship
will be awarded on the basis of
need and ability, and top grades
are not a requirement. The stu-
dent should already be accepted
by the college or accredited
school of his choice at the time
of the award. The amount of
the scholarship award is up to
Applications may be obtained
from Mr. Brodbeck, Southfield
counselor. The application must be
postmarked by April 30.. Residents
of Southfield who attend schools
outside the city also are eligible.
Upper Teens, Inc. is financing
this program with proceeds from
the annual Southfield Fair and con-
tributions from interested business-
Shaarit Haplaytah Fete
Attorney General Stanley Mosk
of California will be the guest and
speaker at a reception for lawyers
and accountants 8:30 p.m. May 6,
at the Labor Zionist Institute.
The reception, an annual event
sponsored by the lawyers commit-
tee for the Foundation for the
a Jewish National
Fund, is spon-
sored again by
Jewish judges of
Wayne and Oak-
Presiding at this
year's event will
be Judge Benja-
min D. Burdick
of the Circuit
Court. The judges who, with
Judge Burdick, are hosts of
this annual reception, are: Victor
J. Baum, Charles Kaufman, Ira G.
Kaufman, Nathan J. Kaufman,
George D. Kent, Joseph J. Per-
nick, Burton R. Shifman and John
The occasion will mark Mosk's
first appearance in Detroit.A judge
of the Superior Court Bench in
Los Angeles, to which he was re-
elected three times, Mosk was
elected in 1958 attorney general
by the largest majority of any
candidate for any office in the
nation that year. He was re-elected
in 1962, receiving over three mil-
lion votes and a majority of nearly
Mosk, born in 1912, attended
the public schools of Rockford,
Ill., and the University of Chicago.
He received his law degree in
1935. From 1935 - 1942, he served
as executive secretary to the Gov-
ernor of California. He also served
on the Board of Regents of the
University of California in 1940.
As a judge, Mosk was chosen
by the State Judicial Council to
initiate pre-trial sessions for speed-
ing judicial procedures.
Now in his second term as at-
torney general, Mosk has re-
designed the Department of Jus-
tice to meet the challenge of Cali-
The Foundation for the Jewish
National Fund was formed to mo-
bilize the resources of American
Jewry for extensive land reclama-
tion and afforestation programs of
the Keren Kayemeth Lelsrael
through bequests, bond transfers,
and the assignment of insurance.
Through the lawyers committee
—part of a national organization
of thousands of attorneys — the
Foundation seeks to encourage the
inclusion of the Jewish National
Fund (Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael)
as a beneficiary in the wills of
The chairman of the Foundation
Committee for the Michigan re-
gion is William Hordes.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 24, 1064
Look Magazine Ci tes 'Alarming Rate
of Intermarriage' Among U.S. Jews
The future of Judaism in the
The possibility was raised that
United States is seriously threat- I the American Jewish community
ened by the "alarming" rate of would fade from 2.9 per cent of the
intermarriage, Look Magazine re- population of this country to LB
ported this week.
per cent by the end of this century.
In an article in its current is-
The magazine notes a study
sue, "The Vanishing American by sociologist Erich Rosenthal
Jew," the magazine declares that which indicates that "about 70
Jewish identity in America is de- per cent of the children of
clining as increasing numbers of mixed marriages were not being
young Jewish men and women raised as Jews."
marry and' raise their children out-
The same study also points out
side the faith.
that "exposure to a college edu-
cation" greatly increases the rate
MISS SUSAN SANDLER
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sandler,
13300 Vassar, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Joan to Isadar Bass, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Bass, 17528 Sto-
epel, formerly of Haifa, Israel.
Miss Sandler is a graduate of
Liggett School, attended the Uni-
versity of Arizona and is currently
a student at Wayne State Univer-
sity. Her fiance attended the Tech-
nion in Israel and is now enrolled
National Officer to Talk
at Workshop of Council
of Jewish Women
Mrs. Joel Dolkart of Rockaway,
N.Y., national assistant treasurer,
will be principal speaker at the
Board Workshop of the Detroit
Council of Jewish
Women today at
.; the home of Mrs.
T h e national
tive for the Mid-
... Eastern Region,
Mrs. Irene Lam-
Mrs. Dolkart bert, also will
Mrs. Dolkart has an LL.B. de-
gree from New York University
Law School and has served as pres-
ident of a number of organiza-
tions. She is an active leader in
Council on the national regional
and local revels and is chairman
of the national campaign committee
and vice president of Council's
New York Region.
To be discussed at the workshops
are Council's community service
programs, including service to chil-
dren, youth and aging, its corn-
presensive health program and as
service to the foreign born. Also
on the agenda are planning for the
overseas program, adult education
and social action.
Chapter Plans Benefit
for Denver Hospital
JNF Trees Suggested
as Mother's Day Tribute
of Jews marrying non-Jews.
The Jewish National Fund recom-
mends the planting of trees as a
tribute to Mother on Mothers'
Day, May 10.
Appropriate certificates, bearing
the names of those honored (or
memoralized) and the names of
the donors, will be mailed to the
mothers honored, or to the rela-
tives of mothers whose memory
will be perpetuated, by the plant-
ing of trees.
Tree certificates can be ordered
from the Jewish National Fund of-
fice, UN 4-2767, or through JNF
tree chairmen of affiliated organ-
izations. Mother's Day trees will
be planted in the John F. Kennedy
Peace Forest, if so indicated.
The JNF office, 18414 Wyoming,
will be open May 10 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. for the convenience of
those who may want to pick up a
Mother's Day certificaate on their
way to visit their mothers.
article is Rabbi Max Schenk, presi-
dent of the New York Board of
Rabbis, who declares that if the
present "alarming" rate of inter-
marriage is not checked, "the vi-
tality and the entire future of the
Jewish people would be jeopard-
Among the rabbis and Chris-
tian leaders quoted in the Look
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Northwest Detroit Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital will sponsor the
8:30 p.m. May 3 performance of
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Mr. and Mrs. Steve Oliwek will
Farband to Sponsor Talk
host a reception in advance of the
Shaarit Haplaytah Dinner Dance
Movsas Goldoftas, cultural chair-
8:30 p.m. May 12 in their home,
man of Farband Branch 14, an-
24535 W. 13 Mile, Franklin. The
nounces that Mordecai Teyler, prin-
dinner dance will take place June
cipal of Workmen's Circle School,
6 at the Shaarey Zedek social hall. Beth Yehudah PTA
will be guest speaker 9 p.m. Satur-
Probate Court Judge Ira G.
Beth Yehudah PTA will hold a day, at the Labor Zionist Institute.
Kaufman will be guest speaker at board meeting 8:30 p.m. Monday Teyler will speak on "The Vatican
the Oliweks' reception on behalf of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. and the Jews." The public is in-
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