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May 27, 1966 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-27

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Welcome for Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek
Readied by Entire Detroit Jewish Community

LETTER BOX

Fisher Urges
UJA Payments

In a message for Shavuot, Max
Israel as an army officer, diplomat, in Jerusalem, chairman of the Still in Russell Woods?
M.
Fisher of Detroit, general chair-
head of the Israel supply mission Joint Israel-America Sea Water
man of the nationwide United
during Israel's War of Indepen- Desalination Project and director- NW Woes Recall
Jewish Appeal, urged the Jewish
dence, Minister Plenipotentiary in general of the Prime Minister's an Old, Old Story
communities of the United States
the Israel Embassy to the United Office for 12 years.
Editor, The Jewish News: .
to "reap the early yield of the
For
reservations
to
the
dinner,
States; chairman of the Israel
local
campaigns" to assure the suc-
I
cannot
resist
commenting
on
Tourist Corporation, chairman of call the Israel Bond office, DI 1-
your editorial "Migratory Trends: cess of the UJA's current cash col-
the board of the 'Israel Museum 5707.
Panic MUST be Prevented" in the lection drive to garner $40,000,000
by the end of June.
April 29 issue.
Shavuot falls on May 25 and 26,
Before Russell Woods (where
and
Fisher said "supporters of
we have resided for almost 27
years) became "integrated" ap- UJA's lifesaving work can mark
proximately 90 per cent, numerous the holiday period most appropri-
by redeeming their pledges
"Sex and the College Student," illustrate the study are of special meetings were held at the Winter- ately
to
the
1966 UJA campaign, thus
attaining
the
basic
facts
value
in
halter School, and pleas were
the study of a developmental per-
the first yield of cash so
made by many prominent people providing
spective on sexual issues on the in the conducted research.
desperately needed to carry on the
campus, with guidelines for 'ad-
"Sex and the College Student" living in the area to remain calm life-saving and life-renewing pro-
ministrative policy leading to an is a book which will be read by and not sell their homes in a panic. grams
aiding more than 800,000
understanding of the issue that has college administrators who must The very ones who made the pleas distressed
Jews around thit globe."
become major in our institutions respond to the needs of both stu- were those that moved away. Of
Fisher noted that Philip Zin-
of learning, is the formulation of dent and institution. Students will course, not in panic but with quiet man
of Camden, N.J., a national
the Group for the Advancement use the book, because of its per- dignity.
chairman of the UJA and its na-
of Psychiatry of the Committee on spective and authorship, to demand
When I meet my former tional cash chairman, is heading
the College Student.
greater flexibility in individual ap- neighbors and respond to their the $40,000,000 cash collection
Published by Atheneum Books, plication of parietal rules and they question as to where we are drive. Serving on the committee
now living, my answer is met with Zinman 'is Frank Polarsky of
(162 E. 38th, NY 16), this volume may even find in it some under-
is the result of a study by nine standing of themselves. Some of with shock. "What! ! !? Still liv- Saginaw.
psychiatrists and a group of con- their teachers will read it. It ing in Russell Woods!!! I'm sur•
sultants. It had the aid of experts, promises. to be widely read by par- prised that • you and the doctor, Twenty People Injured
ents of college students and of of all people, and on and on and
including Anna Freud.
in Riot Against Autopsy
- Noted authorities who - have children who are approaching ado- on. How can you? Aren't you
afraid to live there? and on and at Israel Hospital
endorsed this study and its re; lescence.
The problems of late adoles- on."
TEL AVIV (JTA) -- Twenty
sults include Dr. Alan F. Gutt-
MAYOR TEDDY KOLLEK
macher. Anna Freud has called cence are awesome, and require
It is regrettable that "integra- persons were injured at Kaplan
will honor the memory of Mrs. it "a courageous book. . . its the sympathy of informed people. tion" does not remain constant or Hospital near Rehovot when vil-
Mina Elizabeth Bargman, first value for the public lies in its The authors of "Sex and the Col- balanced. Once it commences, it lagers from a Lachish settlement
chairman of the Detroit Israel - approach to the problem, which lege Student" provide a perspec- soon is overpowering, and it be- rioted May 19 in protest against
Bond Women's Division. David Saf- is based on development think- tive on the development of those comes almost impossible to deter. the performance of an autopsy in
the hospital on the body of a
ran, general chairman of the De- ing, accurate appraisal of fact sexual issues which confront peo- So it happened in Russell Woods.
ple at a tumultuous time. They
troit Israel Bond- Committee, will and objective honesty."
Residents here are mainly fine settlement member who had died
be the dinner chairman.
"There have always been in- feel that such a perspective should professional and business people— during the night. The Lachish
Leaders in the fields of govern- ternal and external sanctions that not be ignored in favor of super- conscientious homeowners — well settlement, Moshav Rehav, is made
ment, religion, education, business operate to control sexual be- ficial documentation of the "sexual behaved children—and from all up of Kurdish Jews.
Police called to the scene fought
and labor are expected at the havior," the study indicates. "Ef- revolution." They emphasize that appearances the physical state of
dynamics of sexual behavior the area that is designated as Rus- to subdue the screaming mob
dinner.
fective internal controls have al- the
can be understood only in terms
A number of years ago a young, ways included conscience, self- of over - all hum an personality sell Woods has not changed to whose members assaulted police
and even patients passing by. Six-
show deterioration.
unknown American Senator arriv- expectations, or the desire for growth.
teen of the rioters were detained
ed at Lod. The Senator from Mas- making sex part of a meaningful
I trust that your warnings and and later released on bail.
The
authors
explore,
with
case
sachusetts asked to meet with relationship. External factors, such examples, the relationships be- editorials will be heeded and will final tally of injuries came to The
six
David Ben-Gurion, then Prime as disapproval of persons impor- tween official college policies and bring about the stabilization which hospital
employes, five policemen,
Minister of Israel. One staff mem- tant to one's self, the customs of student behavior, and they urge will resist the tales that lead to four patients and five rioters.
The
ber thought it was worthwhile for one's social group, or retaliatory that changes be made in those re- panic. If our people had listened autopsy was performed on
Eliahu
the Senator to meet with Ben- loss. of privilege, esteem, or finan- lationships. The research for "Sex to your warnings 10 years ago— Moshe.
cial support, have been and still and the College Student" included your voice of prophecy—I am sure
Gurion.
Seven years later, the young can be potent means of control. interviews with deans and coun- that the flight in panic to the sub-
Senator, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Some other external sanctions, selors, and the study of materials urbs would have been avoided,
For Some
was elected President of the United seem, however, to have lost much submitted by urban and exurban and an established cooperative pol-
of the
States. The Presid.. nt of the United of their former power. For ex- schools throughout the country. icy would have prevailed.
States did not forget the man in ample, the double standard is Their findings are, of course, dis-
I sincerely believe that The
best
buys
Jerusalem who had treated him changing. Venereal disease and cussed in the light of the authors' Jewish News should be read thor-
on
new
fear
of
pregnancy
have
been
sub-
courteously. He invited him to an
long and wide experience in work- oughly every week by the Detroit
Pontiacs
intimate birthday celebration at stantially reduced, owing to medi- ing with students in many situa- Jewish community and far beyond,
the White House. The name of cal advances (although the inci- tions.
as a source of well-balanced, intel-
and
* * *
the man from Jerusalem was Teddy dence of venereal disease is cur-
ligent, comprehensive reporting of
Tempests
rently
increasing).
Threats
of
so-
Kollek.
The deep interest already shown events of the past, present and
Teddy Kollek, who was elected to cial ostracism and religious rejec- nationwide in "Sex and the College future.
ASK
a four-year t erm as Mayor of tion do not mean as much as they S t u d e n t" is placing the book
Most sincerely.
once
did
.
.
."
FOR
Jerusalem in 1965, has, in a long
JOSEPHINE DREWS
among the best sellers and the
The many case examples that publishers also have issued the
and distinguished career, served
volume as a paperback.
The Detroit Department of Parks
and Recreation constantly strives
to maintain and improve the ap-
AT
Converts Attend Rite
pearance and beauty of Detroit,
on Mount Zion -
especially in parks and downtown
-By BENNETT CERF-
JERUSALEM—A unique cere- areas. Beautification is contagious.
18650 LIVERNOIS
1 block South of 7
mony Monday, marking the start of Get on the bandwagon — Keep
UN 3-9300
A MEMBER of the old Alexander Woollcotterie has re-.
Shavout week, drew 30 converts Detroit Beautiful.
vived the story of the day Editor Swope drove up in
and potential converts to Judaism.
his new vehicle. "What outlandish mode of vehicle might
It was held on Mount Zion, where
that be?" sneered Wooll-
King David is said to have been
Cott (perishing the while
buried.
"of envy). "That," said
King David was a grandson of
Ruth, the most famous convert of
Swope loftily, "is my new
all, and Shavuot is celebrated by
town car." "And the
reading the Book of Ruth.
town, I presume," said
Specializing In:
The ceremony was organized by
Woollcott, "is Pompeii."
*
*
*
Dr. Israel Ben Ze'ev of the World
Bar Mitzvah and
Union for the Propagation of
There is a certain group
Judaism, frowned upon by the
Graduation Suits,
of rich bankers' wives, lit-
rabbinate for its missionary activ-
erary lions and imported
Sportcoats and Slacks
fashion designers who pop
ities.
up at every cocktail party,
In Israel, where the Orthodox
and are always photo-
view prevails, it generally takes
AleXanele24
graphed grinning inanely at
a year for the conversion pro-
every charity ball. At one
cess, and the applicant in
WoOliCat
We Now Carry a Complete Line of
of these cocktail bashes,
Israel is discouraged until the
SUITS, SPORTCOATS AND SLACKS
the host's youngest daugh-
rabbis are convinced that the
ter tugged at her father's sleeve, and asked, "Daddy, haven't we
motives are pure.
had this party before?"
Dr. Ben Ze'ev estimates that
. a
e
there are only 3,000 converts to
OVERHEARD:
Judaism in Israel. Many of them
- By Mike Connolly in a movie studio . . . Producer to bosomy
are motivated by reasons of
starlet: "Your last picture has assured you a permanent place
matrimony.
MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR
in our industry. Have you ever sold popcorn before?"
Communities do not always fully
Income tax investigator to business magnate: "I can't approve
accept converts to Judaism, some
9 MILE-COOLID-GE
your 1965 expense deductions—but would you consider selling me
of whom have been subject to
OAK PARK
the paperback rights?"
social discrimination and a few to
In Public School 10: Little girl in principal's office: "Two boys
outright hostility.
In my class are having a terrible fight—and I think the one on
OPEN SUNDAY 10-3
the bottom would like you to break it up."
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
C 1966, by Bennett Cert. Distributed by Xing Features Syndicate
18—Friday, May 27, 1966
.41111111111111111 ■

The entire Jewish community has
been asked to join in welcoming
the guest of honor at the Israel
Hai anniversary dinner on June
11, 8:45 p.m., at the Shaarey
Zedek Synagogue.
The affair, which will be a
major highlight of the 1966 Israel
Bond campaign, will celebrate
Israel's 18th year of statehood and

Sex Study Shows Double Standard
Changing, Religious Rejection Gone

Try and Stop Me



SAUL BERCH

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