32—Friday, January 17, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Southeastern District of MICHI-
GAN ASSOCIATION OF HOSPI-
TAL AUXILIARIES will hold its
annual meeting at the Wayne Coun-
ty Medical Society noon Tuesday.
Program chairman Mrs. Hill Webb
will present Dr. Joseph Brough,
chief pathologist at Children's Hos-
pital, who will speak on progress
in the field of pathology. Members
from Outer Drive and Beyer Me-
morial hospitals will serve as hos-
tesses. Mrs. Arnold M. Davidson
The annual dinner-dance spon-
sored by the DETROIT ASSOCIA-
TION FOR RETARDED CHIL-
DREN will be held 7:30 p.m. Jan.
25 at the Vladimir Club. Cocktails
will be served. Leo Marchioni and
his band will furnish the music,
and a console color television
awarded. Proceeds will further
maintain the nursery school,
work/activity center and recrea-
tional facilities for DARC. For re-
servations, call the DARC office,
A State Conference on Jewish —and then explore ways in which dent George M. Zeltzer serves as
Communal Affairs will be held in cooperative efforts can be initiat- chairman of the Detroit planning
Lansing, Feb. 8-9 at the Jack Tar ed, if desirable, in dealing with group.
Hotel, it was announced jointly by these issues.
Judge Lawrence Gubow, president
The conference also will serve
of the Jewish Community Council of as a means of establishing closer
Detroit, and Joseph Megdell, presi- ties and a more effective relation-
dent of the Flint Jewish Commun- ship with outstate Jewish com-
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas
Super 8 Movies
Communal leaders from 17 Jew-
The conference will convene 8
ish communities throughout the p.m. Feb. 8, when Jordan Band,
state are expected to attend.
chairman of the National Jewish
Purpose of the meeting will be Community Relations Advisory
to discuss several current com- Council, will be keynote speaker.
munity relations issues — urban
During a workshop session
problems, Israel and church-state
Sunday morning, participants
will exchange views, share ideas
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
and concerns and generally
develop a perspective on how
the various Jewish communities
can more effectively deal with
common issues and problems.
that this country could have saved
At a luncheon session that Sun-
from the gas chambers and did
day, state legislative leaders will
not even lift a finger?
be present to discuss pertinent
FOR THE TOPMOST
No moral obligation? Then no
statewide topics. Participating in
Jew has the moral obligation to
the program will be state Sen.
serve in the armed forces to help
Sander Levin and Representatives
protect West Germany, France. Daniel Cooper and Albert Kramer.
England, or any other country who
The conference was initiated
turned their people away to die on through the cooperative efforts of
• HOME PORTRAITS
the high seas or in the death the Detroit and Flint community
• BAR MITZVAS
camps. HARRY ROSENBERG councils and a joint committee of
the two communities was respon-
sible for developing specific pro-
For an Early Appointment
gram plans. Council Vice Presi-
HARPER HOSPITAL AUXILIA-
RY will meet 11 a.m. Monday at
the hospital's Centennial Room. clf
Dr. Thomas M. Sullivan, head of
social and community psychiatry
at Lafayette Clinic, will speak on
drug abuse. Luncheon will be
Editor, The Jewish News:
Detroit women will receive their
This is an open letter to the
share of more than $10,000 that Jewish community, synagogues,
they earned for their clubs through Jewish Center, singles groups and
community club awards in 1968, at all single adults. It is prompted by
the COMMUNITY CLUB AWARDS the article on singles groups that
FESTIVAL Jan. 29 at the Raleigh appeared in The Jewish News Dec.
House. Station WJBK presents 13 and, also, the letter by Karl
community club awards as a pub- Gordon (Jan. 10).
Statistics reflect an increasing
lic service. This fund-raising cam-
paign will channel another $10,000 percentage of intermarriage
to Detroit area club treasuries by among Jews. Apparently, the Jew-
the end of June. Nonprofit-club ish community discusses the stat-
presidents are invited to call istics, but does nothing construe-
WJBK, TR. 3-7400, for an invita- tive to counteract the trends.
We must find and provide faci-
lion to the festival.
lities to enable Jewish singles of
The OAK PARK PUBLIC all ages to meet and mingle. Jew-
SCHOOLS again is sponsoring two ish singles include Never Married,
courses in Hebrew and Judaic Widowed and Divorced adults. We
studies starting this week. Aaron must fill the void that now exists.
Kutnick teaches conversational
1. The larger synagogues, in-
Hebrew I 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and
"History of Jewish and Hebrew dividually or collectively provide
Literature" 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays. their facilities for meetings and
Both courses are for 10 weeks. social gatherings, at nominal
Final registration will be Tues- rates, for a Jewish community-
wide singles group.
day and Wednesday.
2a. The Jewish Center rescind
Madonna College sponsored the its ban on Friday evening meet-
discussion groups and gath-
dramatic artist SARAH HELLER
Wednesday in a presentation of erings (call them oneg Shabats!).
2b. The Jewish Center permit
stories and monologues from Sho-
lom Aleichem. Formerly with Eva wine and liquor to be served at
LeGallienne's Civic Repertory
2c. The Jewish Center expand
Theater in New York, Mrs. Heller
its 10 Mile Rd.
has made appearances in Israel as
branch and transfer activities
well as throughout the United
States. She now devotes her time from Curtis and Meyers main
building, or sell Curtis building
to dramatizing the stories of Sho-
and build a new center in the
Southfield area. The main build-
: 3 t
ing is no longer strategically
Currently celebrating its 29th located.
season, the ROYAL WINNIPEG 3. The Center has two "singles"
BALLET comes to Maaonic Audi- groups and "Parents Without
torium, Feb. 14. One of the oldest Partners," of which I am a vice
companies in North America, and president. These overlapping
Canada's first ballet company, the groups can merge and thereby
Royal Winnipeg proudly bears the consolidate efforts and expendi-
regal title granted by Queen Eliza- tures. There can be one large
beth in 1953. . . the first troupe singles group for all Jewish sin-
in the British Commonwealth to gles over 25 years of age or one
be so honored . . . even before the singles club with two divisions:
Sadlers Wells! Under the artistic 21-35 and 36-and-over. The officers
direction of Canadian-born Arnold of both divisions would hold joint
Spohr, the company boasts a board meetings. The two divisions
varied repertoire of traditional and could have some separate general
contemporary works by such in- meetings and activities, but large
ventive and respected choreo- joint social activities, parties,
graphers as Balanchine, de Mille, dances, etc. This would insure
greater participation and fewer
Macdonald and Ashton.
I would appreciate responses
The premiere appearance of
brilliant 19-year-old Russian pian- from synagogues and everyone
ist, GRIGORY SOKOLOV, at Ma- else mentioned in my first sen-
sonic Auditorium, Jan. 25, gives tence—responses containing opin-
Detroit audiences a chance to hear ions, suggestions, ideas. Tempor-
a young artist who has been inter- arily, I can act as liaison and co-
nationally hailed as "an incredible ordinator until a "steering coin-
virtuoso." Sokolov was only 16 in mittee" can be selected to "get
1966 when he became winner of the ball rolling." LILLIAN SHORE
the coveted Tchaikovsky Inter-
to Community for
Single Adult Clubs
KARL HASS, host of the "Ad-
ventures in Good Music" radio
program, will be honored at a per-
formance of the "Hindemith Mass"
by the Kenneth Jewell Chorale at
its annual concert, 8:30 p.m. Jan.
24 in the :Wayne State ,University
Community Arts Auditorium.
Jewish Communities in Michigan
to Be Represented at Lansing Parley
on Israel Statement
Why doesn't someone in the
administration challenge Senator
Mike Mansfield's recent state-
ment that the United States has
no moral obligation to Israel.
What about the thousands of Jews
She Urges: Think Twice
About Buying French
Editor, The Jewish News:
Before any Jewish person tra-
vels to France, travels on a
French boat or buys any product,
be it perfume, clothes, china, etc.,
I think be should remember that
not only does that country prefer
to do business with the enemy of
Israel but refuses to deliver neces-
sary parts for planes that have al-
ready been paid for.
In the United States I think we
call such people thieves.
Stockmeyer, Rose Elected
WSU Board Co-chairmen
Wayne State University, for the
first time in its history, will have
two men sharing the chairmanship
of its board of governors.
Members of the board of gover-
nors elected Norman 0. Stock-
meyer, a Republican, and Ben-
jamin M. Rose, a Democrat, as
co-chairman of the board for 1969.
Stockmeyer formerly served as
full chairman of the board, a post
he has held since 1967.
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MISS SANDRA SOLOWAY
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Soloway of
Pearson Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Sandra to Lewis Yale Craine, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Craine of
Murray Hill Ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University. Mr.
Craine was graduated from the
University of Michigan and holds
a masters degree from Wayne
A March wedding date has been
(MAURICE and IRENE BATCHKO)
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