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October 04, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-04

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Danny Raskin's

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New Lido Spa Program .
for Widows, Divorcees

MIAMI BEACH—Along with Flor-
ida sunshine, Lido Spa is offering
a helping hand and gearing a new
program to the woman who loses
her husband through death or di-
vorce.
Vera Herman, the spa's head
dietitian, said the intent is to "place
her in a beautiful, new setting, and
in a situation where she won't have
to make decisions or worry about
what to do, where to go and all the
things that plague widows and di-
vorcees when they're first facing a
vacation alone."
Although catering to cuples as
well as single women, the Lido
Spa places the emphasis on inform-
ality and relaxation.
"Often during emotional stress
women turn to food for solace,"
Miss Herman explained. "That
extra weight they gain is difficult
to shed because of lack of physical
activity, a sedentary way of life
and a slower metabolism.
"Because they're on custom-tail-
ored diets, our guests lose an aver-
age of four pounds a week, instead
of gaining weight as they usually
do at a regular resort."
Activities are planned so the
greater part of the day is filled
with massages, exercise classes,
slimnastics, whirlpool and steam
baths, sauna, sunning and swim-
ming. There's free golf and tennis.

OitinicliijesItereience

B revities

The 19th annual fall festival and
bazaar of the LAPEER PARENTS
ASSOCIATION for RETARDED
CHILDREN, will be held Saturday
at the Odd Fellows Hall in Berk-
ley. The goal, set at $20,000, will
benefit the mentally retarded chil-
dren and adults in the Lapeer
State Home and Training School
with recreational and research
programs.
• • •
MOLLIE PARNIS, top New
York designer, will bring her 1968
fall collection to Detroit Town
Hall for its 40th opening Wednes-
day at Fisher Theater.
• * •
MANTOVANI, known as "MR.
MUSIC" to millions of admirers on
five continents, again brings his
orchestra to Masonic Auditorium,
8:20 p.m., Oct. 29.
* • •
An exhibit, "Art from Many
Lands," is on display 2-6 p.m., now
through Oct. 12 at GARELICK'S
GALLERY, 20208 Livernois, pre-
sented by the Art Dealers Odyssey.
• • •
"SERMONIC TALKS on the AN-
NUAL CYCLE of TORA READ-
INGS," a new collection of ser-
mons and expositions, is the latest
addition to the religious, cultural
and morale materials provided for
Jews in the U.S. armed forces and
their families by the commission
on Jewish chaplaincy of the Nation-
al Jewish Welfare Board. Issued
for use by lay leaders in the armed
forces who conduct worship serv-
ices in the absence of a Jewish
chaplain, the new collection of
homiletic material is intended to
meet the need for a ready source
of significant Jewish messages for
Jewish servicemen.
• • •
"BNAI BRITH'S ISRAEL," a
color motion picture of the Jewish
service organization's programs
and institutions in Israel, was hon-
ored "for creative excellence in
audio-visual communications" at
the 1968 U.S. Industrial Film Fes-
tival here.
• • •
HARRY KEMELMAN, author of
the best-selling mysteries "Friday
The Rabbi Slept Late" and "Satur-
day The Rabbi Went Hungry," is
back on the Fawcett Crest list with
his new collection of murder stories
featuring Nicky Welt, "The Nine
Mile Walk." The book was publish-
ed as a paperback recently. Nicky
Welt is nearly as well known to
mystery fans as Kemelman's other
"detective," Rabbi David Small.
"In a sense," Kemelman's remarks
in his introduction to his new book,
"Rabbi David Small can be said to
be the son of Prof. Nicholas Welt."

.

RETURNING HOME FROM a
tough day at work, Ray Golden
found his two daughters, Debbie
and Karen, both of kindergarten
age, acting up pretty boisterously
He gave them both a scolding
and sent them off to bed . The
next morning Ray found a note
pinned to his bedroom door .
"Be good to your children and they
will be good to you. God."
IN A RECENT COLUMN, we
asked folks to send mail and
cheer up Maurice Lahr, a double
amputee at Sinai Hospital . . .
Maurice is home now and writes, -
"A short time ago in your col-
umn there appeared an item tell-
ing people of my misfortune, and
since then many people responded
with messages of cheer. M any
were strangers to me, and some
just anonymous. First let me thank
you for printing it. And would you
let me say a few words of thanks Israel Hikes Allocation
to my well wishers. To the many for Security Measures
people who sent messages, I hum-
bly send my sincere thanks and in in Border Settlements
return wish them and their loved
JERUSALEM—A total of $10,000,-
ones singly and collectively a most
has been allocated by the Israel
healthy and happy New Year. It 000
government
this year for special
is good to belong to the human security and defense
measures in
race."
the
37
settlements
of the Jordan
EX-DETROITER AND now a and Beit She'an Valleys
on the Jor-
true Californian, Avery Cohn, sends dan border.
this typical weather report which
The money is being spent primar-
he has preserved from a tourist-
conscious resort in southern Cali- ily for underground shelters, for
fornia .. . Rain and heavy winds paving border roads, replacing
all yesterday. Continued fair to- tiled roofs with concrete, for com-
munications equipment, fencing,
morrow.
A LOCAL DRESS SHOP owner trenches and for other security
is thinking seriously of framing measures.
The Beit She'an Valley has suf-
a letter of complaint that reached
him recently . It reads, "Please fered more border incidents this
cancel my order f o r maternity year than any other locale. The
dress, model 61, which you were figures were revealed recently by
supposed to deliver me three weeks Dr. Israel Goldstein, chairman of
ago. My delivery turned out faster the Keren Hayesod, who pointed
than yours. Respectfully, etc. etc." out that the government was under-
WHEN HERB WISE GOES duck- writing virtually the entire cost of
hunting, he needs none of the high- the security measures. Neverthe-
falutin' paraphernalia which hunt- less, the settlements would have to
ers like to get ... just his trusty pay by themselves for half the
old double-barreled fowling piece cost of furnishing and equipping
. One time he took his nephew, the underground shelters.
Barry Silverman, along . . . A soli-
As a result of these and similarly
tary duck flew over the blind .. . large, unanticipated expenditures,
"Down you go," chuckled Herb, the Keren Hayesod plans to con-
and fired . . . The duck flew se- tinue with its emergency campaign
renely on . . . Herb scratched his abroad which last year raised the
head .. . "Barry," he declared, unprecedented sum of $150,000,000
• • •
"you are witnessing a miracle. in 54 countries, 12 times more than
Norman N. Robbins, president
There flies a dead duck!"
in any previous year.
of the Michigan Inter-Professional
TRADEMARK OF Jean McDon-
Association on Marriage, Divorce
nell, councilwoman in Southfield,
and the Family, Inc., announces
running for county supervisor on Jewish 'Rightists'
a new lecture series for divorced
the new 27-man County Board of
Supervisors, are the 300 hats she Publish Magazine persons or persons in the process
obtaining a divorce. The AD-
wears . . . Jean sometimes wears
Jewish "rightists," who call of
two hats at a time to give the themselves
TO DIVORCE lecture
conservatives, have JUSTMENT
series will be held at the First
ultra modern effect she creates:
begun
publishing
a
magazine
of
United Methodist Church, Dear-
... She lives in an old farm house
on the corner of Evergreen and 12 their own, entitled Ideas, to be born, on four successive Mondays
Mile Rd. that was built in 1850, sponsored as the mouthpiece of beginning Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
and has just about all the antiques the Jewish Society of America.
Scholarship are available upon
In an initial statement an- request or need. Instructor will be
a collector could hope for
Jean has been a councilwoman in nouncing the change of the name Dr. A. Thomas Cappas of the Mer-
Southfield for 10 years and is quite of the society and the publication rill Palmer Institute. For informa-
of Ideas, the group states:
a gal!
tion or pre-registration, write Ad-
"The organization, originally justment to Divorce, 1701 Ford
WRITING FROM Tucson, Ariz.,
known
as
the
Jewish
Society
of
on
a
where he got a hole-in-one
Building, Detroit 48226.
* • •
local course, Mark Robin reminds Americanists, was formed to off-
us of his first trip to the golfing set the virtually unchallenged
Mrs.
Morton
Adler of Southfield
monopoly
the
liberals
have
had
links . . After finishing a huffing
is general chairman of the In-
and puffing 18 holes, he asked his over Jewish community and in- ternational
Institute's
traditional
tellectual
life
through
such
or-
caddy, "Well, how do you like my
OLD WORLD MARKET, Oct. 10-
game?" . . Backing up as he ganizations as the Bnai Brith, 13.
The
Old
World
Market,
De-
talked, the caddy replied, "I sup- American Jewish Congress and troit's original folk fair, will offer
pose it's all right, but I still prefer American Jewish Committee."
The editor of Ideas is Michael gift items from around the world,
golf."
International foods, ethnic pro-
LITTLE .70 MILLER had a bad S. Kogan. In the first issue there grams
craft demonstrations,
cold ... Last week after sniffing is an article attacking Supreme as well and
as a sidewalk cafe and
the flowers in a bouquet brought Court Justice Abe Fortes and street dancing
on two evenings.
home by father Oscar Miller, she another dealing with "the grow- Hours daily are noon-10
p.m. Sun-
asked whether or not they smelled ing anti - Semitism among Negroes day
closing time is 9 p.m.
good . Mother, Lucy Miller, said and the attempts of certain lib-
that they did and asked, "Can't eral Jewish leaders to keep knowl-
Seep thy eyes wide open before
you smell them?" . . . Mary Jo edge of this dangerous trend from
shook her head and replied, "No, reaching the Jewish community marriage; and half shut afterward.
at large."
—Thomas Fuller
mommy. My nose is deaf,"

Topic of Rabbinic Alumni
NEW YORK — Rabbis, Jewish

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 4, 1968-27

Tomorrow life is too late: live
educators and lay leaders from today.—Martial
throughout the United States and
Canada will examine the relevancy
•PHOTOGRAPHY
of orthodox Judaism to major con-
temporary issues at the 25th an-
nual convention of the Rabbinic
547-4805
Alumni of the Rabbi Isaac Elchan-
WEDDINGS — BAR MITZVAS
an Theological Seminary, an affili-
SPECIAL OCCASIONS
ate of Yeshiva University. The con-
vention will be held Oct. 21-24
at Monsey Park Hotel, Monsey,
N.Y.
Music the Stein•Way
Rabbi Bernard L. Berson, presi-
DICK STEIN
dent of the alumni, spiritual leader
of Cong. Ahavath Israel, Brooklyn,
2. ORCHESTRA
said a feature of the convention
will be a tribute in honor of Dr.
LI
7-2770
Samuel Belkin on his 25th anni-
versary as president of Yeshiva
University.
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