36—Friday, November 7, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Plan Alpha Omega Bond Event
NEWARK, N.J., (JTA) — The
Rabbinical Council of New Jersey
announced it had joined with the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis of
Essex County in opposition to the
plans of the Essex County YM-
YWIIA to keep its Northfield Y -
building open on Saturdays for a
GARELICK'S GALLERY is
opening an exhibition Sunday titl-
ed "Collector's Choice," showing
some major works acquired by
Detroit collectors from the gallery
in the past two decades. The exhi-
bition will run through Nov. 22. A
preview is planned for 2-6 p.m.
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The INTERLOCHEN ARTS
ACADEMY ORCHESTRA, which
will make its first Detroit appear-
ance on Nov. 16, has added a new
work and a soloist to its originally
planned program. Nicholas Har-
sanyi will conduct the orchestra,
comprised of 84 high school age
musicians. Max Schoenfeld, an in-
structor at the academy. will be
heard as soloist in the Mozart
Thadden's NPD Striving
to Erase Nazi Image
BONN (.JTA) — The right-wing
National Democratic Party, re-
jected by West German voters in
the Sept. 28 election, is trying to
erase its neo-Nazi image.
Party chairman Adolf Von Thad-
den said the NPD would have to
make it clear at the next parts
conference that it is in no way
descended from Hitler's National
Socialist Party either ideologically
or in its membership. The NPD
will hold its post-election confer-
ence at Saarbruecken Nov. 14-16.
Connecticut Jews Join
in Suit Against Parochiad
HARTFORD, Conn. (JTA)—The
Connecticut Jewish Community
Relations Council joined with the
Connecticut Civil Liberties Union.
other state organizations and a
number of individuals in an action
in U.S. District Court here to chal-
lenge the constitutionality of a law
enacted last year by the State
Legislature to provide state fin-
ancial aid to parochial and other
private schools in the state for the
teaching of secular subjects.
Flute Concerto. The concert will
be performed at Ford Auditorium
at 3:30 p.m. as a benefit for the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Main-
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The "GALA RUSSIAN FOLK
FESTIVAL," which conies to the
Masonic Auditorium, 8:20 p.m.
Nov. 15, features some of the most
renowned singers, dancers and
musicians in Russia. Featuring the
Osipov Balalaika Orchestra, stars
of the Bolshoi Ballet and dancers
from the Moiseyev Ensemble, the
festival comes to the U.S. as part
of the State Department's cultural
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One of the most colorful presen-
tations of the season comes to the
Masonic Auditorium, 8:20 p.m.,
Nov. 29. Direct from Mexico City
comes Jaier de Leon's extrava-
ganza "FIESTA MEXICANA," a
company of 30 dancers, singers
and musicians. "Fiesta Mexicana"
is a panorama of dances and musi-
cal tradition of Mexico from the
pre-Hispanic Aztec and Mayan
civilizations through the folk and
more poptilar dances of recent
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Field Art Studio will present an
exhibit of wood sculpture by
JEAN-CLAUDE GAUGY, promi-
nent French sculptor who recently
settled in Farmington. The exhibit
will be open Nov. 17-Dec. 5. 9:30
a.m.-5 p.m. daily except Saturdays
N.J. Orthodox Rabbis Hit
Center's Sabbath Plans
Among those planning the Alpha Omega second annual Israel
Bond dinner dance are, from left, seated: Dr. Sidney Rubenstein,
regent of District No. 6; Dr. Bruce Billes, dinner-dance co-chairman;
Mrs. Milton M. Jacobs, president, Detroit Women of Alpha Omega;
Dr. Norman Segal, president, Detroit Alumni Chapter, Alpha Omega
Fraternity; Dr. George A. Rosin, dinner-dance co-chairman; Mrs.
Murray Shekter and Mrs. George A. Rosin. Standing: Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph 0. Grant, Drs. Philip Sherman, Edwin Schneider, Manuel
Feldman, Abe Pearlman, David I. Silver, Sheldon Mintz, Stuart
Falk and Richard Williams, president-elect of Alpha Omega. 'The
dinner-dance will be held Dec. 20 at the Pontchartrain Hotel, with
'fenny Youngman as guest star.
Young Physicians to Fight AMA's
F ishbein in Sinai Hospital Panel
modified program of special acti-
vities for young people.
Rabbi Albert Schwartz of Perth
Amboy, president of the state
Rabbinical Council, in announcing
full support for the Essex Ortho-
dox Council on the issue, said he
had appointed a "committee of
concern for the sanctity of the
Sabbath in Jewish public institu-
tions." He said the committee
would meet with officials of the
West Orange Y to seek cancella-
tion of the new Saturday policy
and that the committee would
develop a "preaching campaign"
to tell congregations and members
of Ys throughout New Jersey of
the "possible imminent danger of
having the open-door policy of the
Sabbath spread to other sections"
of the state. •
In a unique confrontation 4 p.m. and three residents. The intern
is Dr. Gerald J. Levinson, who
Tuesday at Sinai Hospital, author-
recently received a DO degree
To free oneself is nothing; it's
physician Dr. Morris Fishbein.
from the Chicago College of being free that is hard. — Andre
considered a chief spokesman of
Osteopathy. • The residents arc Gide.
the traditionally conse r v a t iv e
Dr. Mel Barclay (obstetrics and
American Medical Associatior.
gynecology), Dr. Stanley Mill-
will take on a group of four phy-
MOVING TO SOUTHFIELD
man (psychiatry) and Dr. Har-
sicians-in-training who, like many
old Rodner (medicine), all of
other young people entering the
whom received MD degrees
profession today, seek vast changes
from Wayne State University.
in the health care field.
Among the issues covered will
The two sides will meet in a
panel discusiscn in Sinai's Zucker-
care, reforms in medical school
The student panelists will, con- training, the quality of health care
sist of one osteopathic intern in the ghettos and poor rural areas
Your Bar Mitzva or Wedding
and the quality and effectiveness
of such government-sponsored pro-
grams as Medicaid and Medicare.
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Dr. Fishbein's appearance at
WOMEN of WAYNE, Southfield- 1
The best in Adult Music &
Sinai is being sponsored by the
Oak Park Chapter, will hold an
editorial staff of the Sinai Bulletin,
open meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
the hospital's quarterly medical
Without being a strictly Jewish staff publication. The panel will
at the Reynolds Aluminum build-
ing. Two feature films and a mys- story. "Marry Me! Marry Me!" by be moderated by Dr. Herbert A.
tery film will be shown. Plans to Claude Berri turns out to be a Ravin, chief of Sinai's division of
see "The Great White Hope" at Jewish novel because the charac- medicine and professor of medi-
the Fisher Theater will be dis- ters are Jewish and because the cine at Wayne State University.
eventual marriage is marked by
closed. Friends are invited.
Dr. Fishbein, who recently pub-
the Hebraic "Haney At—be thou lished an autobiography, will later
Garelick's Gallary has issued a betrothed unto me."
in the day appear at the Jewish
A conflict in loves, the social Center's 18th annual Jewish Book
peace poster with the theme
aspects, the lad's struggles in his Fair to speak on "Doctors in Lit-
Year One of the Moon."
mind between the two women he erature." His lecture, co-sponsor-
! !likes and his final decision lead- ed by Sinai Hospital, will be pre-
! ing him to the huppa—these mai k sented at 8:15 p.m. He will be in-
the delightful story.
troduced by Dr. Julien Priver,
Now Booking - -
Berri's "Marry Me! Marry Me!" executive vice president of Sinai
published by William Morrow and Hospital.
Oct. 31—To Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam G. Barris (Arlene Miller). Co. is a brief tale but it does not
17160 New Jersey, Southfield, a lack action. It's a genuine story of Hebrew University Ulpan
family relationship mingled with
and His Orchestra
son, David Aaron.
Concludes 1969 Session
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the love factor.
JERUSALEM — Some 1,000 stu-
Oct. 30—To Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
for All Occasions
Ilerold (Cidnie Carpman), 18457 Temple Sets Rock Version dents concluded their studies at
the special Hebrew University
North Dr.. Smithfield, a son, An-
of Thanksgiving Prayers Ulpan (intensive •Hebrew course)
NEW YORK (JTA)—A Reform on Oct. 15. After they had taken
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Oct. 28—To Dr. and Mrs. Shel- synagogue which staged an un- their final examinations in the
don Katanick (Dvora Ruthen- precedented rock music program morning. they spent the evening
berg), 2409 Somerset. Troy, a son. at a Friday night service last at an "all-Hebrew" performance,
of Thanksgiving "Prayers for community singing and folkdanc-
Oct. 23—To Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Peace" composed in the same ing.
This was the fifth annual Ulpan
Friedman (Nancy Kaye of New genre by Gary William Friedman.
Invitations and Party Ac-
Rabbi Martin J. Zion of Temple to have been organized by the
Rochelle) of Lansing. a daughter.
Israel here, said the performance Hebrew University of overseas
cessories for all occasions.
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on Nov. 23 would be open to the students enrolled for the coming
Oct. 22—To Mr. and Mrs. Aaron public. The piece is based on the academic year. Since its inception,
Dworkin). composer's rock oratorio "Prayers the Ulpan has grown from a
Rensselaer. Oak Park. a for Friday Night" which drew course affecting some 300 students
more than 1,500 persons when it to the present figure of close to
daughter, Esther Rose.
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I was first performed in the syna- 1,000.
Oct. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Heinz gogue.
Seiferheld (Vivian Guttman), 4140
Pinehurst, Orchard Lake, a daugh - Telecommunications Firm
Wins Hotel Fair Award
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Oct. 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Mickey TEL A V I V—An exhibition of
Kurzman (Karen Burke), 30180 new types of multiline telephone
Shoreham, Southfield, a son, Mat- ; systems designed for hotel and
thew Gerald. institutional use by Telrad of Lod,
Israel, was awarded the Grand
Oct. 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Cup at the first International
Hollander (Carole Itochlin), 22010 Hotel Fair this m&nth at the Tel
Sussex, Oak Park. a daughter, Aviv Exhibition Grounds.
Tetrad, Telecommunications and
Permanents $6.50 and up
• • •
Electronic Industries Lt., Israel's
Sets $3.50—Tint $7.50 (Set Included)
Kaufman (Bonnie Cabot), former and equipment, demonstrated a
Open Evenings and Sundays
Detroiters of San Francisco, a patented new type of fully elec-
daughter, Karen Beth, tronic multiline system which the
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firm says has been proven more
Oct. 3—To Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon efficient, more economical to in-
Phone LI 7-2552
Salinger (Sandra Katcher), former stall, with less breakdown possi-
or LI 4-9637
(South of 10 Mile)
Detroiters of Los Altos, Calif., a bility than others available for
son, Kenneth Mark.
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Nov. 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
E. Gartenberg (Susan Schwartz),
24525 Templa r, Southfield, a
daughter, Elissa Beth.