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February 28, 1969 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-02-28

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32—Friday, February 28, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Art Institute Curator Samuel Wagstaff
to Open Festival '69 With Lecture

Samuel J. Wagstaff Jr., curator
of contemporary art at the Detroit
Institute of Arts, will be guest
speaker 8 p.m. March 16, opening
night of Festival
'69 at the Jewish
Center.
Wagstaff is the
former senior cu-
rator of paintings,
prints, and draw-
ings at the Wads-
worth Atheneum,
Hartford, Conn.
He has written
articles on paint-
Wagstaff ing and sculpture
which have appeared in art maga-
zines.
He took his BA degree in English
literature at Yale and MA at the
Institute of Fine Arts, New York
University. He came to the Detroit
Institute of Arts in September.
Festival '69 begins 2 p.m. March

16 and will continue through March
30. An art exhibit and sale will con-
tinue for the duration of the fes-
tival. There will be a Purchase
Award, in connection with the ex-
hibit, to be selected by Wagstaff
and to be presented to the Detroit
Institute of Arts by the Jewish
Center.
The comunity is invited. For in-
formation, call the Center, 341-4200,
ext. 292.

Darlene Uten Will [red
Jeremy Zimmermann

Socialites Set Dance
to Celebrate 12th Year

Detroit Socialites will hold its
12th anniversary dance 8:30 p.m.
March 29 at the Berkley Masonic
Temple. Proceeds will be donated
to the Israel Emergency Fund. The
public is invited.
For information, call Rose Alt-
man, 534-7284.
At a recent meeting Socialite
members donated $125 to the fund.

MISS DARLENE UTEN

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uten of
ISADORE C. FRIEDMAN, well- Parent Blvd., Windsor, announce
known Chicago area community the engagement of their daughter
leader and chairman of the board Darlene to Jeremy Zimmermann,
of Everhot Products Co., Chicago, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armand Zim-
manufacturers of automotive parts mermann of New Haven, Conn.
Miss Uten is a graduate of Wayne
and accessories, has been elected
president of the Chicago chapter State University's college of educa-
of the American-Israel Chamber tion. Her fiance was graduated
of Commerce and Industry, Inc., from Brown University, Providence,
comprised of leading American R.I., and Georgetown Law School,
and Israeli businessmen, indus- Washington, D.C.
trialists and financiers. I A May 31 wedding is set.

trt12 ,announ cements

Feb. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Komer (Judy Band), 27435 Fairfax,
Southfield, a daughter, Nancy
Ellen.
* • *
Feb. 12—To Dr. and Mrs. Ian B.
Hassin (Arlene Brody), 6790 Tele-
graph, Birmingham, a daughter,
Felicia Nicole.

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Role of _Jewish Centers in Urban Crisis
Outlined in Research Conducted by JWB

"The Jewish Community Center
and the Urban Crisis," a new 81-
page publication which has just
been published by the National
Jewish Welfare Board, reports the
findings of a survey commission-
ed by JWB and conducted by Ir-
ving Brodsky, executive vice presi-
dent of the Associated YM & YW-
HAs of Greater New York, to deter-
mine what Jewish Community
Centers and YM & YWHAs are do-
ing in programs related to the
urban crisis consistent with the
primary Jewish purpose of the
Centers and Ys and with the skills
and knowledge of their profession-
al personnel and board members.
Head Start and other programs
for the disadvantaged are involv-
ing at least 73 Jewish community
centers and YM and YWHAs in 61
cities, the survey reveals. In addi-
tion to participating in Head Start
programs, JCCs and YM and YW-
HAs are conducting or participat-
ing in tutoring and remedial read-
ing programs for the disadvantag-
ed and in child care centers, and
training volunteers for participation
in anti-poverty programs, and they
have also included children from
disadvantaged minority groups in
Center day or resident camping
programs, have provided Center
building and camping facilities to
other racial or ethnic groups and
are offering work training oppor-
tunities.
Negroes are not the only dis-
advantaged group served by Cen-
ters and Ys, the findings dis-
close, . although they are the
major one. In the Northeast
there is also concern for Puerto
Ricans, and in the Far West,
there is concern for Mexican-
Americans and reservation In-
dians. Centers are also reaching
out more actively to identify the
impoverished among Jews, most
notably the aged.
The vast majority of JCC and Y
executives interviewed or question-
ed believe that the involvement of
their centers in appropriate activi-
ties related to the urban crisis "is
a valid expression of Jewish com-
mitment and values." Such involve-

Feb. 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Mer
wyn Herman (Cheryl Swartz), 23520
France and the Jews
Parklawn, Oak Park, a daughter,
, France has given many famous
Carrie Beth.
* *
Jews to the world. Rashi, the
Feb. 12 To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bible commentator, was French.
Sasson (Judith Schultz), 14781 In the arts, there was Sarah Bern-
Talbot. Oak Park, a son, Michael hardt the actress, and the painter,
David. Camille Pissaro. Chagall lives in
* * *
France. Montaigne and Proust
Feb. 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Stephen were half Jews.
Zionism owes a good deal to
B. Zorn (Lila Kash), 14271 Elgin,
Oak Park, a daughter, Alana French anti-Semitism. It was the
Michele. i Dreyfus case that "lit up" Herzl
and brought forth the modern
*
*
Feb. 8—To Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Zionist movement.
Berlin (Marie Gelberg), 2346 Golf-
view, Troy, twin daughters, Rachel
Elaine and Deborah Lynn.
* * *
Feb. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
B. Sandler (Peggy Ann Gordon),
24221 Gardner, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Sherri Renee.
* *
Feb. 4—To Dr. and Mrs. David
E. Lipton (Carol Stone), former
Detroiters of Richmond, Calif., a
son, Jeffrey Adam.
* * *
Jan. 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Steph-
en Bloom (Linda Bielfield), 27770
Arlington, Southfield, a daughter,
Joanne Faith.
* • •
Jan. 27—To Mr..and Mrs. Mark
E. Schlussel, 21648 Stratford Ct.,
If you're disabled, or
Oak Park, a son, Jeffrey Benjamin.
concerned about someone
• • •
who is, write:
Jan. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Law-
Help, Box 1200,
rence R. Rosenberg (Susan Bette
Washington, D.C. 20013.
Budson of Detroit) of Wappinger
US.Department of Health,Educttion, sod Welfare.,
Falls, N.Y., a daughter, Leslie
11mAdvertminsCouncil..,
Margo.

ment, the survey report notes,
"can occur without adverse effect
on the primacy of the Center's
Jewish programs and services to
the Jewish community."
The new publication includes

Miller-Rochlen Plans
for Aug. 14 Rites Told

summaries of major findings and
recommendations, suggested prin-
ciples and guidelines for local
agencies interested in participat-
ing in appropriate service pro-
grams and activities, and appen-
dices on such subjects as "Rele-
vant Demographic and Sociological
Data," "Relationships of Jews and
Negroes," "Jews and the Urban
Crisis," "Opportunities and Re-
sources for Service to Disadvant-
aged Groups," guidelines for ini-
tiating local Center proposals for
research and demonstrations and
a selected bibliography on the
urban crisis.

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