24—Friday, March 10, 1967
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
People Make News
Hedy Bowman of Owosso
Engaged to David Blatt
Kosher Hospital Food
From Former Patient
Wins a Thank You
sounds to Jewish music should
be applauded and recognized as
It is unfortunate that many peo-
ple resist change and their daily
lives are evidence of the stereo-
Three cheers for Cantor Orbach
and Temple Israel for leading the
way and having the daring to
create and bring to the public view
new media of expression.
LEONARD H. TRUNSKY
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(Editor's Note: The reviewer
agrees—and so said in the review
—that Cantor Orbach possesses an
outstanding tenor voice and shows
great imagination. The reviewer
merely questions the propriety of
presenting a jazz service—including
songs sacred to the Jewish exper-
ience—on the bima. Presenting
something new for the sake of pre-
senting something new is not al-
ways the wisest course.)
Mayor Cavanagh's office an-
Robert W. Marans has been ap-
pointed to the faculty of town nounced that ZELDON COHEN has
Editor, The Jewish News:
been appointed to membership on
planning and urban design at Flor- the Detroit Committee for Neigh-
I was very happy to read an arti-
cle in the issue of Feb. 24 relating
ida State University. Marans, born borhood Conservation and Im-
to kosher meals in hospitals.
in Detroit, received his bachelor of proved Housing. Cohen will repre-
May I take this opportunity to
architecture degree from the Uni- sent the Jewish Community Coun-
my personal appreciation
versity of Michi-
and thanks to the Great Lakes
gan and masters January 1970. A member of the
Chapter of the Union of Orthodox
of urban planning executive committee Of the Jewish
Jewish Congregations of America,
degree from Community Council and formally
Women's Branch for instituting
Wayne State Uni- co-chairman of the council's com-
this new project of kosher meals at
versity. In 1964-
most city hospitals.
65, Marans ac- is presently chairman of the coun-
I, for One, was one of those
cepted an invita- cil's subcommittee on neighbor-
patients who lived on eggs and
tion to join the hoods. He has been active in local
tuna fish whenever I was hos-
faculty of archi- and national affairs of the Ameri-
pitalized. It was certainly un-
tecture and town
MISS HEDY BOWMAN
to eat the same meal
planning at the years and is a founder of that or-
A July 8 wedding is planned by three times a day for 10 to 12
Marans Technion - Israel ganization's business and profes-
days, let alone being on a salt-
Institute of Technology, Haifa, sional chapter in Detroit. At the Hedy Suzanne Bowman and David
where he instructed a course in present time, Cohen serves as a Joel Blatt, children of Mr. and free,
May I commend Mrs. Milton
city and regional planning. At pres-
the late David Bowman and Mr. Duchan, president of the Great
ent a regional planner in charge gan governing board.
and Mrs. Irving Blatt of Elgin Rd., Lakes Chapter, also Mrs. Seymour
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of design studies, Marans is con-
Ribiat, Mrs. Irving Wyman and
nected with the transportation and
DR. ZVI KARNI, associate pro- Huntington Woods.
Mrs. Harry Portnoy for a most out-
land use study of Detroit. He is fessor in the Technion's depart-
Miss Bowman, a music teacher standing and worthy project.
an adjunct faculty member in ment of mechanics, will continue at Michigan State University, is
A Thankful Former Patient,
Wayne State University's school research for the U.S. Air Force president of Alpha Epsilon Phi
of social work. Among his al:film- Office of Aerospace Research, Sorority. Her fiance is a senior in
tions, Marans serves as a member under the aegis of the Technion pre-law at MSU, where he is af-
of the Detroit Chapter of Amen- Research and Development Faun-
and Temple Jazz Service
can Society for Technion's board dation. This is the fifth renewal ternity.
Editor, The Jewish News:
of directors. of the contract, and the grant for
Reference is made to the review
the coming year is 15,000 pounds Maurice Samuel Calls
of "Synagogue Sounds of the Six-
WALTER LAQUEUR, director ($3,000). Earlier, it was announced
ties" that apeared in The Jewish
of the Institute of Contemporary that DR. U. OPPENHEIM, asso- Day School Key to
News last week under the heading
History at London's Wiener ciate professor in the physics de-
"Bop and Blessings at Temple."
Library, has been appointed a partment of the Technion has been Future of U.S. Jewry
, Max Schrut
This writer attended the concert
visiting professor for the spring awarded a grant of $18,000 to con-
Maurice Samuel, a prize-winning
For Good Photographs
semester on Brandeis University's tinue his studies for the propul- author who rates scholarship close
and Prompt Service
faculty of contemporary Jewish sion division of the aerospace re- to breathing in life's scale of pri- casm and lack of understanding
- Call Me at
search office. Prof. Oppenheim, orities, Tuesday called the modern that the reviewer exhibits.
Cantor Orbach has been in
who is head of Technion's infra-red day school the key to the future of
Detroit six years, and our Jew-
Dr. ISRAEL GOLDSTEIN, world Physics laboratory, is also doing Jewish life in America.
Weddings — Bar Mitzvahs
Samuel, who visited Hillel Day ish community is fortunate to
chairman of the Keren Hayesod in research for the American Nation-
have him in our midst. Besides
We Come to Your Home
Jerusalem, Mrs. Rose Halprin,
ed what he saw there in a lecture possessing an outstanding tenor
head of the American section of
voice, his imagination in bring-
the Jewish Agency for Israel, and
GEORGE RICHTER, 23170 later that day at the Adas Shalom
ing new thoughts, ideas and
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, member Beverly, Oak Park, left for Holly- adult institute.
The author of "Blood Accusa-
of the Jewish Agency Executive, wood, Fla., where he will be honor-
will be co-chairmen of the national ed by the John Hancock Mutual tion," recently awarded the Heri-
committee for the Albert Schiff Life Insurance Co.
at its annual tage Award of Bnai Brith, spoke
Tribute, it was announced by President's Club business confer- on "Learning—A People's Priority"
Mendel N. Fisher who has been ence, March 13-17, at the Holly- at the synagogue.
"The love of learning is unique
named national chairman. The din- wood Beach Hotel.
to Judaism," he declared, adding
ner in honor of Albert Schiff will
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"The day school has a tradition of
be held at the New York Hilton
meeting of the American that approach to learning. It is
necessary for the formation of a
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gress, held in New York, Dr. MAX core of Jewish leadership."
LI 7-0896 or LI 5-2737
Dr. WILLIAM I, ELNBLOOM of NUSSBAUM of Los Angeles was
New York City, an authority on unanimously reelected chairman.
visual aids for the partially blind The meeting approved a program of aid to parochial schools, Samuel
will conduct a clinic and seminar seminars and colloquia on inter- said: "We musn't make a fetish
to acquaint Michigan optometrists national affairs to be held in New of this state and religious ques-
and their patients with the newly York and in other major cities in tion." And on Jewish federation
aid to day schools: "There will
developed 3.5x binocular reading the United States. Leading World
glass. The all-day clinic Sunday Jewish Congress experts from come a time when it is recog-
will be sponsored by the Associa- Europe and other parts of the nized as a necessity."
Pointing to the Jews' historic
tion of Michigan Optometrists at world, as well as from the United
stress upon learning, Samuel said:
the Statler Hilton Hotel.
States, will participate.
"To other ancient peoples, mono-
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theism was the privilege of philos-
FRED,WOLF, bowling champion
Leumi Financial Corporation, sub- ophers. In Judaism, God was a
and a radio disc jockey for 15 sidiary of Bank Leumi le-Israel, sort of national policy: 'All the
years in Detroit has accepted the has announced the appointment of people must know.' Every individ-
appointment as Crusade Chairman PHILIP COHEN of White Plains ual was entitled to knowledge .
for the Macomb County Unit of the as vice president.
indeed, it was sinful for him not to
Michigan Cancer Foundation, Dr.
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pursue it. Knowledge was the pre-
Manuel Jacobs, president of the
Rabbi A. BRUCE GOLDMAN requisite for a full life."
unit board of trustees, announced. has been named by Columbia Uni-
Cautioning his audience against
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versity as counselor to Jewish stu- "the enormous assault on intellect
from the mass media, from the
Announcement of the reappoint- dents.
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great population explosion," he
ment of JOILN L. CANFIELD,
mayor of Dearborn Heights, as
ISRAEL GALED, director gen- Said "We who have set the world
chairman of the American Cancer eral of the development ministry, an example on education still have
Society's 1967 Crusade for Wayne was named president of Rogosin In- the unique key to education. . .
County was made by NORMAN N. dustries, a major textile complex The Jewish world is in the day
ROBBINS, president of the Wayne developed by Israel Rogosin, the school. At Hillel, I had a glimpse
County unit. The American Cancer American Jewish industrialist and of what the Jewish education sys-
tem should be."
Society is supporting research philanthropist.
at Wayne State University, Michi-
gan State University, University of
Appointment of DAVID BROWN Oak Park High Reunion
Michigan, Adrian College and Mich- as director of education for the
igan Technological Institute, Michigan Cancer Foundation was Planned for Class of '57
The Oak Park High School class
Houghton. April is, by presidential announced by E. W. Tuescher,
of 1957 is planning its 10-year re-
proclamation and acts of Congress, executive vice president.
union for June 3 at Bonnie Brook
Cancer Control Month. Among the
40 volunteers honored recently at Couples Club to See
the first biennial awards dinner
A questionaire has been for-
held by the Wayne County unit `Taming of the Shrew'
warded to all those in the class,
were MRS. RAE SCHWARTZEN-
Temple Israel Couples Club is and the planning committee re-
FELD and MRS. JEAN COHEN.
sponsoring the premiere showing quests that all those who have
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of "The Taming of the Shrew" 8:15 not returned them to do so im-
Dr. GEZA SEIFERT, chairman p.m. Wednesday at the Mercury mediately to Sandy Bernstein Lef-
of the Union of Jewish Communi- Theater. Elizabeth Taylor and kofsky, 22181 Marlowe, Oak Park,
ties in Hungary, was decorated by Richard Burton star in this famous or call her at 547-0847.
The class of '57 was the first
the Hungarian government with Shakespearean comedy. For res-
the Order of the Knights of the ervations contact Burt Mintz, 353- to graduate from Oak Park High
9817, or Leon Belin, 398-0204.
Al Beigler, Your Host