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March 08, 1968 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-08

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Grossman-Serlin Rites Histadrut Expects $25,000 Increase;
Are Planned for May 5 Dr. Pollack Pessimi stic on M.E• Peace

MISS MARY GROSSMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Grossman
of Fairfield Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Mary
Jane to Steven Peter Serlin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Serlin of
Balmoral Dr.
Miss Grossman is completing her
junior year at the University of
Michigan. Mr. Serlin attended
Stanford University and will gradu-
ate from the University of Michi-
gan this spring. In the fall, Mr. Ser-
lin will enter the University of
Michigan medical school.
A May 5 wedding is planned.

the fact that continued unrest in
the Middle East is in the best
interests of Soviet Russia, which
he described as the only victor
in the entire situation. Soviet
Russia, he said, was able to es-
tablish a firm foothold in the
area with little cost to itself.
Dr. Pollack cautioned his audi-
ence that Israel would have to be
aided financially and morally for
many years to come and that it
would be disastrous to relax ef-
forts now after an admittedly bril-
liant victory in June.
The evening's program included
special ceremonies during which
members of the Korostishever Aid
Society presented Lieberman with
a check and Israel Bonds totaling
53.500 for the purchase of medical
equipment for the Kupat Holim
Clinic in Gan Yavna, which has
been sponsored by this society for
several years. The Korostishever
delegation included its president,
Morris Maggin, and Israel Bur-
stein, treasurer.
Two students of the Hayim
Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish Shule,
Judy Silberg and Michael Neeman.
presented the results of a fund-
raising drive among the school's
children on behalf of the Histadrut
Campaign. The school's principal.
Mrs. Isadore Shrodeck, stressed
that it was the school's aim to
familiarize its students with the
accomplishments and needs of His-
tadrut in Israel.
The program closed with a mu-
sical presentation by tenor Sol
Zimel• who was accompanied at the
the week's program is from the piano by Mrs. Bella Goldberg.
Shaarey Zedek School. The United
Hebrew Schools is also represented,
along with the Jewish Center's de-
partment, the Beth Jacob School
and individual teachers from other
cities.

A total of $175,000, an increase
of '$25,000 over last year, is an-
ticipated from the Detroit Israel
Histadrut Campaign, according to
Morris Lieberman, chairman of the
campaign who presided at the clos-
ing rally, last week in the Labor
Zionist Institute.
He stated that while no specific
goal had been set for this year's
campaign, the to-
tal had consider-
a b I y exceeded
last year's re-
sults. He empha-
sized that several
hundred pledge
cards are yet to
be turned in.
Speaker of the
Lieberman
evening was Dr.
Allen Pollack, assistant professor
of Russian history at the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh, who heads the
recently established American Pro-
fessors for Peace in the Middle
East. Dr. Pollack, an expert on
Russian Jewry, recently returned
from a study mission to the Near
East on behalf of his committee.
He described the political
complications in the Middle East
and stated that in his opinion
it would be years before a per-
manent peace settlement will be
reached by the Arab nations in
Israel. He based his reasoning on

Faygo Presents Borman's

With Gold-Plated Bottle

To symbolize its 1967 accomp-
lishment in becoming the first
single group of Detroit area super-
markets to retail more than $1,-
000,000 in Faygo soft drinks in a
12-month period, Faygo Beverage
Co. has presented Borman Food
Stores, Inc., with a gold-plated,
engraved and mounted replica of
a Faygo 16-ounce non-returnable
bottle.

'While Six Million Lived' — Address
Provides Cultural Program's Theme

A cultural program on Eastern
European Jewry, including a
cantata and a speech by Rabbi
Jacob Segal of Cong. Adas Shalom
will be presented by the Jewish
Community Council and the Jewish
Center 8:30 p.m. Sunday in the
Aaron DeRoy Theater of the Cen-
ter.
It will be the concluding pro-
gram of the two-week Arts Festi-
val '68 sponsored by the Center.
Rabbi Segal will discuss "While
Six Million Lived,' the life of the
Jew in Eastern Europe.
A brief selection of Yiddish
songs will be followed by a cantata,
"The Last Judgment," based on Y.
L. Peretz' story of Bontsche
Schweig. Music is by Lazar Weiner.
Soloists include Sidney Resnick,
baritone; Marjorie Gordon,
soprano; and Cantor Harold Or-
bath, tenor. The Youth for Un-
derstanding Alumni Chorale, part
of the U.S. teen-age exchange pro-
gram with other countries, will per-
form.

• •



Art Exhibit to Close

The exhibition of contemporary
art at the Jewish Center will con-
clude its two-week run Sunday.
Featuring works by Jewish
artists from Detroit and elsewhere
in the nation, the exhibit includes
a Young Collector's Corner, offer-
ing art at attractive prices.
The exhibit will be open 7:30 to
11:30 p.m. Saturday and 9:30 a.m.
to 11 p.m. Sunday.
• • •

Center Will Host
Hebrew Workshop

The Jewish Center will host the
second Teacher's Workshop in the
Audio-Visual Method of Hebrew
Language Instruction, March 18-22.
The course will train teachers
in the application of the liabet
Ushma Method, which has been
used successfully at the Center
in its courses for adults and teen-
agers.
Jacob Amidi, language specialist
and member of the Chilton Books
Center for Curriculum Develop-
ment staff, will conduct the work-
shop. "Hebrew by the Audio-Visual
Method" was developed under the
auspices of the Technion Research
and Development Foundation of
Haifa.
The program will begin with a
half-day seminar conducted by
Charles A. S. Heinle, director of
Chilton's CCD in Philadelphia.
The largest delegation attending

• • •
Rep. Griffiths to Speak
to Senior Adults Group

Rep. Martha Griffiths will ad-
dress the next Senior Adults Com-
munity Affairs Bruncheon noon
today in Room 272 of the Jewish
Center.
Mrs. Griffiths will report on the
current Congressional session.
David Teitlebaum and Joseph
Shapiro are chairmen.
The program is for elected rep-
resentatives of the Center's senior
adult clubs. Attendance is by it
vitation and reservation only.
• • •

Center Culture Club
Elects Its Officers

The Jewish Center Culture Club
of the senior adult division an-
nounces its newly elected officers
are: Sam Hochman, president; Isa-
dore Levinthal, vice president; Ben
Falek and Jennie Schubiner, secre-
taries; Isadore Hoffman, treasurer;
William Burton, hospitaler: and
Fannie Hochman. Hyman Solok
and Louis Kroopnick, trustees.
David Teitlebaum is outging presi-
dent.

Congresswoman to Talk
at Nurses' Graduation

Friday, March 8, 1968-31

THE DETROIT JEWISH. NEWS

Professional
Staff Institute
Next Tuesday

Staff members of Jewish com-
munal agencies will hold their 19th
annual professional staff institute
Tuesday. beginning at 9:30 a.m.–
at the Jewish Center.
Sidney Z. Vincent. executive di- I
rector of .the Jewish Community
Federation of Cleveland will be
the speaker.
Vincent. president of the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish Com-
munal Services. will speak on "The
Double Dilemma—An Exploration
of Jewish Communal Responsibility '
for Jewish Survival and for Social •
Amelioration."
Registration and a continental
breakfast will be at 9:30 a.m. in
Room 202 of the Center, Mrs. Eva
Sonnenblick, director of social
service, Jewish Home for Aged.
who is chairman, said.
William Avrunin, executive
vice president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, will speak on
"Detroit's Responses in Crisis."
During the luncheon session staff
members who have joined agencies
during the past year will be in-
troduced.
The professional staff institute is
an educational forum for profes-
sional workers in Jewish agencies
which provides a chance to discuss
historical backgrounds and current
trends which strengthen under-
standing and provide better service
for the community.
Serving on the institute planning
committee are Marvin Berman,
Fresh Air Society; Allen Gelfond,
Jewish Community Center: Harold
J. Dubin, Jewish Community Coun-
cil: David Hoptman, Jewish Fam-
ily and Children's Service; Selma
Lesser. Jewish Vocational Service-
Community Workshop; Robert Tell.
Sinai Hospital: Ben Yapko, United
Hebrew Schools: and Mrs. Esther
Appelman, Jewish Welfare Feder-
ation, who is secretary of the com-
mittee.
The institute is sponsored by the
Federation and its member agen-
cies.

Congresswoman Martha W. Grif-
fiths will deliver the commence-
ment address to the 21st graduat-
ing class of Sinai Hospit a l's
Shapero School of Nursing March
13 at the Jewish
Center.
Through t h i
27-member grad
uating class. Sha
pero School will
have produced
794 practical
nurses. Shapero
graduates h a v
ranked first in
the state licens1
ing examinations/
each year sine
1958.
Shapero School Mrs. Griffiths
was built in 1956 with a gift from
the Nate S. and Ruth B. Shapero
There's nothing good or bad, but
and Cunningham Drug Company thinking makes it so.—Shakespeare
Foundations.
What the orators want in depth.
Dr. Gertrude Z. Gass is presi- they give you in length.—Montes-
quieu.
dent of the school.





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