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January 31, 1969 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

24—Friday, January 31, 1969

Ava Zee Atler Engaged Brighter Future for U.S. Jewry
to Mr. Charles Young Predicted by Dr. Robert Gordis

activities in Society

Leaders of the new administration honored Max Fisher, considered
the Jewish personage closest to President Nixon, at a private reception
tendered by Warren Adler of Washington and Martin Pollner of New
York, both of who directed Republican efforts to gain Jewish support in
the recent election. Fisher, in addition to serving as chairman of "Con-
cerned Citizens for Nixon," raised over $1,000,000 among Jewish leaders
for the Nixon campaign. He was greeted by Gov. Ronald Reagan of
California, by Nixon's former law partners and by many prominent
personalities of the new administration. James Lovell, the astronaut,
attended.

City of Hope Wome n Map Games Night

City of Hope Cancer Fighters will
hold its "El Casino" 7:30 p.m. Feb.
19 at the Raleigh House. Dinner,
games and prizes will be featured.
Proceeds will aid the City of
Hope's program of expansion in
patient care, research and educa- I
tion at the free, nonsectarian hos-
pital in Duarte, Calif.

Mrs. Maury Gordon is vice
president of fund raising. Volun-
teer committee members are
Mesdames Isadore Epstein, tick-
ets and reservations; Sam Sch-
wartz, gifts; Earl Weingarden,
decorations; Murray Weintraub,
games; and Jack Rosner; secre-
tary. Husbands will be under the
supervision of Alvin Pollack.
For tickets and reservations
call Mrs. Epstein, 353-9663.

MISS AVA ATLER

Dr. and Mrs. Le Roy L. Atler of

Rock Ridge Lane, Birmingham,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Ava Zee to Charles
Richard Young, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Reuben R. Young of Kensing-
ton Ct., Southfield.
The bride-to-be is a student at
the University of Michigan and is
a member of the Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority. Mr. Young attended
Oakland University in Rochester
and is presently attending the Ohio
College of Podiatry in Cleveland,
The 1968-69 Bnai Brith Services where he is a member of Phi Alpha
Appeal Campaign will culminate Pi Fraternity.
A September wedding is planned.
with a dinner-dance 7 p.m. Feb. 8
at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. The Mack
Pitt Orchestra
will be featured.
A highlight of
TAU EPSILON RHO LAW FRA
the evening will
TERNITY, Detroit Graduate Chap
be the guest ap- L
ter, elected Marshall F. Keitz
pearance of sing-'
chancellor for the coming year.
er Jack Hilliard,
Other officers elected were Fred-
who has appeared
erick B. Gold, vice chancellor; Sid-
in numerous sup-.
ney J. Parel, corresponding master
per clubs across
of the rolls; Marshall C. Disner,
the country.
recording master of the rolls; and
The Services
David R. Kratze, bursar.

Services Appeal
to Close With
Dinner-Dance

I

A Great Lunch!
CHEESE
KREPLACH
ITALIAN STYLE

That's Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Cheese
Ravioli! Tasty little macaroni pies
filled with zippy cheese and sim-
mered In savory tomato sauce.
Um-m-m. real Italian ta'am. Only
'about I8t per serving—and just
about the easiest you ever fixed.

Appeal dinner-
Hilliard
dance is open to
all campaign contributors of $25
or more and solicitors who have
raised a minimum of $100. For
reservations, contact the Bnai
Brith Services Appeal, 19951 Liv-
ernois.

M en's Clubs

* * *

BETH ABRAHAM MEN'S CLUB
will hold its fourth program of its
breakfast forum series 10 a.m.
Sunday in the synagogue. Guest
speaker will be the Very Reverend
Malcolm Carron, president of the
University of Detroit, who will dis-
Although the emphasis will be on cuss "Why Private Schools?"
a social evening, several commu- Judge Nathan J. Kaufman will
nity and campaign leaders will be preside. Bernhard Lichtenstein is
honored for their role in this year's chairman.
campaign. They are Leonard N.
Simons, honorary chairman of the
SHAAREY Z E D E K MEN'S
campaign, Irwin I. Cohn, Milton M.
Weinstein, David Pollack, Mrs. CLUB will hold a Bal Masque 9
p.m.
Feb. 15 in the synagogue.
Harold Robinson, Mrs. Jack Sayles
There will be dancing, entertain-
and Mrs. Frances Solovich.
ment and a buffet supper. The eve-
ning calls for original masks,
Displays at Trailer Show
which will be judged with the win-
Among the 700 vehicles on dis- ning couple awarded round-trip
play at the Detroit Camper and airfare to New York and a week-
Travel Trailer Show will be travel end suite at the Waldorf Astoria
trailers, pick-up campers, tent Hotel. There will be additional
trailers, and motor homes. The prizes. Dress is black tie optional.
show will be held at the Detroit For information, call the synago-
Artillery Armory, W. 8 Mile near gue office, 357-5544.
Northland, from Feb. 15 through 23.

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A new interest in Jewish life
among students and encouraging
signs of an increased devotion to
Jewish ideals were foreseen by Dr.
Robert Gordis, distinguished
American Jewish scholar, who told
an audience of 500 at the Shaarey
Zedek, Wednesday night. that "tre-
mendous vitality could come to
the Jewish community" if students
are properly prepared through
well planned Jewish studies.
Dr. Goris, whose lecture conclud-
ed the current season's series
planned at the Sbaarey Zedek by a
committee headed by Walter L.
Field, caled the college campus
"the frontier area of Jewish life"
because by 1970 more than 90 per
cent of Jewish youth will be study-
ing in American colleges. He ad-
vocated emphasis in Jewish educa-
tional efforts on the teen-age and
young adult groups, with added em-
phasis on adult education.

JWV

SOL YETZ-MORRIS COHEN
POST and AUXILIARY will meet
8 p.m. Monday at the new Jewish
War Veterans Memorial Home.
The post will serve refreshments.
Child Welfare chairman Frieda
Horowitz announces that a party
will be held at the D. J. Healy
Home, 1 p.m., Feb. 8. Games will
be played, books and games dis-
tributed, and refreshments served.
For information, contact Mrs. Hor-
owitz at BR 2-1023



*

JWVA Brotherhood Teo

The Jewish War Veterans Auxil-
iary, Department of Michigan, will
hold a brotherhood tea for mem-
bers and neighbors 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Irving
Cane, 21801 Northhome, Southfield.
Mrs. Cane and Mrs. Morton Oppen-
heim are JWVA community rela-
tions co-chairmen.
* i *
ROY F. GREEN AUXILIARY
will meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the new JWV building. Games and
prizes will be featured. Friends are
invited. Final plans will be made
for the hospital party to be held
Thursday at the Allen Park Veter-
ans Hospital.

"If we succeed in the field of
education all other problems will
be easy to solve; if we do not,
then no other effort will resolve
our difficulties," he declared.

Conceding that there are shadows
—caused by intermarriage, conver-
sion, alienation without conversion,
indifference—Dr. Gordis never the-
less saw lights on the horizon.
Based on his experiences in univer-
sities—he is presently a lecturer on
the faculty of Temple University in
Philadelphia and is on the faculty
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
—Rabbi Gordis said new concern is
evidenced and greater interest
shown in Jewish needs. He said
"there is a bourgeoning of interest
in Jewish spiritual values among
college youth."

Participants in the program
Wednesday included Maxwell Sat-

rin, who presided; Rabbi Gerald

Groner, a student of Dr. Gordis at
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
who introduced the speaker, and
Rabbi Irwin Groner, who conducted
a question-answer period.

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