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June 13, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-06-13

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Mrs. Weiner Speaks at Hebrew U. Dedication
of NCJW Center for Bright, but Needy, Pupils

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FOUNDED IN 1968 BY THE

Detroit women leaders (from left) Sara Graf, Sue Wiesenfeld and
Josephine Weiner, president of the National Council of Jewish Women
(NCJW), are greeted by Hebrew University President Avraham Har-
man at the dedication ceremony of the NCJW Center for Research in
Education of the Disadvantaged. The ceremony took place at the
university school of education established by the National Council of
Jewish Women at the Hebrew University.

is the only North American coun-
JERUSALEM (JTA)—Mrs. Leon-
try where reliable statistics on in-
ard Weiner of Detroit, president of
termarriage
exist. She said that
the National Council of Jewish
in 1968, 18 per cent of Jewish
Women. attended ceremonies de-
male marriages there and 12
dicating a center for research on
per cent of Jewish female mar-
the education of bright children
from disadvantaged homes, at He- riages were "mixed." She said
the highest rate of Jewish inter-
brew University.
marriage-27 per cent—occurred
The center was established with
in Vancouver. B.C. The mini-
funds raised by the NCJW in its
mum was 8 per cent in Roman
75th anniversary drive last y.sar
Catholic
Quebec Province where,
and was dedicated in conjunction
until last year, there was no civil
with the convention of the Interna-
marriage.
tional Council of Jewish Women
here.
Mrs. Louis Broido said a similar
Avraham Harman, Hebrew Uni- situation prevailed in the United
versity president, and other digni- States where, she said, intermar-
taries attended the dedication.
riage by Jews is increasing by
The center. headed by Prof. Sey- geometric progression. She claimed
there
was hardly a Jewish family
mour Fox, will concern itself with
the problem of educating young- in the U.S. that did not have a
sters with a higher than average Catholic or Protestant relative by
IQ who come from poor families marriage.
and may be required to drop out of
Mrs. Broido said the Jewish atti-
school in order to become -bread- tude toward intermarriage varied
winners.
"The lesson we learn through the
center's work," Mrs. Weiner stated,
"may have wider application
abroad for the problem of educat-
ari Cool:big
ing the clOp turally disadvantaged—
one of the crucial questions facing
developed countries and develop-
ing countries alike and which may
By
have bearing on similar research
in the U.S."
Ruth
Minister of Education Zalman
Aranne told the gathering that 40
Sirkis
per cent of the pupils entering Is-
raeli high schools this year come
from families originating in the
Moslem countries. High school at-
BAKED CAULIFLOWER
tendance is not compulsory in Is-
i Even in summer, it is nice to
rael.
An Israeli.. Mrs. Shoshana Hareli, have a warm dish once in a while.
was elected president of the Inter- Between ice cream, cold cuts and
national Council for the first time jello — bake up some cauliflower
in its history. Delegates to the topped with cheese sauce. You and
group's convention also voted to your family will love the taste and
move its headquarters from the looks of the brown melting good-
United States to Israel. A resolu- ness.
tion called on Israel's two chief
1 big head of cauliflower
(about 2 1 2 pounds)
rabbis to express openly their con-
1 2 cup margarine (divided)
cern about hardships suffered by
Si cup flour
1 cup milk
Jewish women in matters of di-
P-
vorce, desertion and halitza, the
1/2 cu p bread crum bs
cup grated sharp cheddar cheese
ceremony which releases a widow
from marriage with her dead hus- 1. Cook the cauliflower in salted water
till tender, about 20-25 minutes.
band's brother.
the sauce: Melt half the
The growing incidence of inter- 2. Prepare
margarine in a sauce pan, over low
marriage by Jews in North Amer-
heat. Add the flour and stir to blend.
Add the milk all at once. Stir con-
ica was brought home to Israelis in
stantly until mixture thickens and
a discussion of the subject at the
comes to a boil. Add salt and cheese.
Stir until melted. Take off heat._
convention.
3. Grease a baking pan and sprinkle
Mrs. Moses Richler of Montreal
some bread crumbs. Divide the cauli-
flower into flowerets. arrange on bak-
read a paper in which she claimed
ing pan and pour over the cheese
that if the present trend continues,
sauce. Add the remaining bread
crumbs, sprinkling them on top. Dot
Canada will be without Jews within

from those who considered it
"wicked" and wanted mixed cou-
ples to be ostracized by the Jewish
community to those who believe
that intermarriage is a desirable
contribution to solving the "Jewish
problem."
She said that in previous genera-
tions, American Jews tended to as-
sociate less with non-Jews as they
reached adulthood; now there is an
open society and young adults as a
rule go about in a mixed social
milieu. She said in some intermar-
riages there is conversion of one
partner to Judaism and that Jews
now tend to place more stress on
tradition. But that is not sufficient
to offset what she calls the "nega-
tive balance."
Prof. Davis said that he identi-
fied a bireligious couple in which
each partner retained his own faith
as a "mixed marriage" whereas
when one partner converted it was
"intermarriage.". He said Jewish
education was insufficient to stem
the tide because many adults re-
garded it as something for children
which would be discarded with

their childhood.
• • •
VANCOUVER (JTA) — The Na-
Council
of Jewish Women of
tional
Canada in a sharply worded resolu-
tion, has expressed disapproval of
a new Canadian law removing
abortion from the criminal code if
performed for therapeutic pur-
poses. The bill is considered a re-
form move.
The NCJW. in convention here,
stated that abortion should not be
a matter of legislation or govern-
ment concern since it is a matter
of concern only between a woman
and her physician. In another reso-
lution, the council approved of the
new official languages bill allowing
for the official use of the French
language in Canadian government
services.

every on the air

ETERNAL LIGHT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Station: WWJ
Feature: Dr. Bernard Mandel-
baum, president of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, continues a
discussion begun last week with
three New York college students on
the causes and possible resolutions
of today's campus problems.
c
ETERNAL LIGHT-TV
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 4
Feature: "A Conversation With
Karl Katz," director of the Jewish
Museum, and Elie Abel, NBC cor-
respondent. Katz, former director
of the Bezalel National Museum in
Jerusalem and chief curator of the
fine arts, sculpture and Judaica
departments of the new Israel Mu-
suem, discusses "Jewish art."
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "A Dialogue on Jewish

Prof. Moshe Davis, head of the
Hebrew University's department
for contemporary Jewish affairs,
said Jewish education of the young
was apparently no antidote to the
practice because many of those
attending Jewish day schools mar-
ry, pullers of a different, faith.
Mrs. Richler said that Canada

series are Leonard Bradley, Don
Dailey, Joyce Feurring and Mich-
ael Goodman.

Beth Abraham Nursery
Accepts Fall Registration

Beth Abraham Nursery announces
only a few openings are available
for the fall session. Youngsters are
exposed to Jewish holidays and
traditions through songs, Stories'
and plays, in addition to a regular

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Also Feature Weddings & Bar Mirzvas

MRS. JOEL RATTT

Faye Shiela Weinstein, daughter
of the Harry Weinsteins of Robson
Ave. became the bride of Joel
Slayten Raitt in an evening wed-
ding at Cong. Beth Achim, with
Rabbi Milton Arm and Cantor Jo-
seph Birnholtz officiating.
The bridegroom's parents are
the Bernard Raitts of Oak Dr.
The bride wore an Empire A-
line gown of organdy with appli-
ques of French re-embroidered
Alencon lace. The gown was
styled with a high banded collar

and an attached chapel-length
train. A jeweled matching lace
toque held the tiered veil of im-
ported silk illusion. She carried
orchids.
Maid of honor was Linda Tyner.
Bridesmaids were Judi and Bar-
bara Weinstein, the bride's sisters;

Ann Sherman; Janice Slesnick;
Marsha Weinstein; and Cynthia
Cohen. Dennis Raitt, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man. Ushers
were Jerome Weinstein, brother of
the bride; Al Levitz; Larry Apple;
No idea is so outlandish that it Robert Sriro; Robert Auslander;
should not be considered with a and Dr. Larry Holtzman.
Following a Miami Beach honey-
searching but at the same time
With a steady eye. — Winston S. moon, the couple will• live in Bir-
mingham.
Churchill.

the top with pieces of the remaining
margarine. Bake for about 35 minutes
in a 350' oven, until top is browned
nicely.
(Copyright, 1969, JTA, Inc.)

Station: WCAR

Feature: "Ida Kaminska and
Company" — great artists of the
Yiddish theater—is the subject of
this program on Jewish music and
culture. Beth Sheva Davidson talks
with Evelyn Orbach about this
great exponent of the Yiddish thea-
ter, who founded and directed the
Drama Theater of Ida Kaminska
and was managing director of the
Jewish State Theater in Poland.
The interview will be followed with
a group of songs from Eastern
Europe.

in dramatic vignettes from con-
temporary literature or socio-
drama. Actors participating in the

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HEAR OUR VOICE

Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday

Values" is the title of a new ser-
ies, with Rabbis Leonard Cahan
and Samuel Prero discussing Jew-
ish wisdom about many aspects of
life. The latter will be presented

Pe/ Raitt Takes Bride,i

Faye Shiela Weinstein

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