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January 16, 1970 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-16

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28—Friday, January 16, 1970

111iracle of Israel'
World Adventure
Film to Be Shown

,THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

4

omen's

NCJW Joins Cause for Repeal
of Michigan's Abortion Laws

(Continued from Page 23)
FAIRVIEW CIIAPTER, Women's
The National Council of Jewish "The clergy involved in the ' American ma. will h o ld a fas hi on
Women has joined with several Problem Pregnancy Counseling show, 12:30 p.m. NVednesdfly at the
other organizations in the state Service are placed in a difficult home of Mrs. Sam Sobel, 31555
to fight for the repeal of current position.• the statement said. Franklin Fairway, Farmington.
laws which make legal abortions - They must decide whether to For reservations, call Mrs. Sobel,
almost impossible to obtain.
follow archaic laws or to help 626-3453.

In a statement. the groups which women make their own decisions
have formed the Michigan Organi- about what is best for themselves.

1-

. 4•



BETH SHALOM SISTERHOOD
nation for Repeal of Abortion "Women should have the right is sponsoring a rummage sale
Laws (MORAL) mention their con- to decide what happens to their Monday and Tuesday at the Amer-
cern about conditions which led own bodi es. Th ey are the only : jean Legion Hall. Royal Oak.
to the case of a Chicago rabbi, on who know whether they can Store hoursill
w... -e
be .-...
1 !' p.m. Mon-
Max D. Ticktin. who faces arrest care for and cope with a child." day and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday.
*

*
in connection with what authori- the statement went on. "The state
ties say is a Detroit- based abor- of Michigan is doing its women :
grave injustice. curtail- ' SHERUTH LEAGUE will hold its
tion ring, international in scope.
citizens a
annual president's party hosted by
Police raided tthe llillel Founda- in their human and civil rights, ' president Mrs. David Goldstein.
tion offices of Rabbi Ticktin, who by maintaining laws which prevent 12:15 p.m. Tuesday at the White-
was named in warrants issued women from getting safe, legal hall Apartment clubhouse. Fran
against himself, a Pleasant Ridge medical attention in terminating, Kepes will review - The Godfather"
doctor and the doctor's wife. ' unwanted pregnancy." by Mario Puzo. Luncheon will be
Rabbi Ticktin, who has been
Other members of MORAL he- served.
touring Israel with a group of Chi- sides the NCJW are the Unitarian-
cago rabbis. i s a m e mber of the Universalist Women's Federation •
MASSADA CHAPTER Pioneer
Chicago Area Cle r gy Consultation of Michigan. Women's Liberation Women will hold a paid-up mem-
Service on Problem Pregnancies. Movement and the National Asso- bership luncheon 12:30 p.m. Mon-
a volunteer group which refers cation of Social Workers.
' day at the home of Mrs. Mark
women with unwanted pregnancies
1 Rovner, 16199 Oxley. Southfield.
Rev. Robert F. Marshall, min- ! ''The Promise" by Chaim Potok
to doctors for legal abortions. A
i ster of the Birmingham Unita], will be reviewed by Isabel Slutsky.
similar group exists in Detroit.
0 a k I a n d County Prosecutor tan-Universalist Church, said in Guests are invited.
a letter to Plunkett, "If you
Thomas Plunkett said he plans to
,. ,, *
r e a I I y intend to. prosecute
prosecute the local doctor, but he
AVODAII CHAPTER, Pioneer
clergymen
abortion count sel-
admitted he feels the state law is
Women.
will
meet
8 p.m. Tuesday
,.,. you
unjust.
at the home of Ethel Dinner, 17154
bunch. You will have to jail
Said MORAL: "Because of
every rabbi in Oakland County, Jill, Southfield. The film "Alan
current statutes which make le- I every Unitarian cleric, at least King in Israel" by Al Michaels..
gal abortions almost impossible
half of the Protestant clergy and Histadrut director, will be shown
to obtain, thousands of Michi-
and narrated by Mrs. Gerson Ber-
even a few Catholic priests.
gan women every year are
ris.
"You will also have to jail half
. . .
driven to seek illegal abortions
at great danger and expense, of Oakland County's medical pro- 1 MUSIC STUDY CLUB OF DE-
risking life and health, often Cession, who break the law on a TROIT president Mrs. Joseph M.
at the hands of unlicensed prat- , similar basis."
Markel, announces a meeting 12:30
titioners.
, The Michigan Clergy for Prob- p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
lem Pregnancy Counseling, an or- Seymour Bodner, 22669 Chatsford
ganization of more than 100 state Circuit, Southfield. The program
MUSIC BY
clergymen and rabbis, has denied will feature past president Mrs.
any connection with the Royal Oak Ezra Lipkin, who will give "A
doctor arrested last week.
Portrait of Aaron Copland — the
Man and His Music," with musical
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
!
Top Cricketer in S. Africa illustrations. Mrs. Lipkin is board
LI 1-2563
member of the Michigan Federa-
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — A don o - f Music Clubs, state chair-
Jewish cricketer. Aron Bacher. man of "Crusade for Strings" and '
MUSIC IN THE FASHION
has been selected to captain the life Member of the National Fed-
OF WILD GYPSY PASSION
South African team in its test eration of Music Clubs. Mrs.
Australia to be George Kerwin. vice president and .
series against
JOCELYN
played here, it was announced 1 chairman of membership, will
And Her Gypsies
Sunday.
The
South
African team , serve as chairman of the day. Tile •
4 to 20 Men Available
includes another Jewish cricketer, ; meeting is open to nonmembers.
474.7638
Dennis Gansey.
i For information, call Mrs. Kerwin,
353-6245.

CHANA CZENESH CHAPTER
Pioneer Women, will meet noon
Monday at Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute. Reva Schoichet will introduce
Mrs. Louis Lev, who will review
"Children of the Dream" by Bruno
Battelheim. Refreshments will be
served, and guests are invited.
* *
CLUB TWO, Pioneer Women,

will hold its annual membership

tea and games party noon Wednes-
day at Sholem Aleichem Institute.
Participating in a skit, "The Pio-
neer Women at Work," are Jean-
ette Serling, Rivka, Krasnow, Rose
Krashin, Gertrude Garmel and
Cecile Plafkin. Sylvia Schwartz
will preside over the installation of
new members. Lunch will be
served,

* * *

NORTHWEST NSHEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet 2:30
p.m. Saturday at the home of Mrs.
Meir Autzin, 18041 Northlawn.
Rabbi Autzin will speak.

PHOTOGRAPHY

by

NEIL EL MOUCHI

OAK PARK NSIIEI CHABAD
STUDY GROUP will meet Satur-
day 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs.
Abe Zentman, 24721 Radclift, Oak
Park. Speaker will be Rabbi Zent-
man.

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Arts auditorium.
Stockdale, New York Times
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Korn, Ann Paul and Shirley Salk..

TEMPLE ISRAEL SISTERHOOD
will hold its hook review and
breakfast series 10 a.m. Monday.
Rabbi Fram will review "Jews and
' Intermarriage" by Dr. Louis A.
Berman. A bagel and lox break-'
Ifast will he served. Tickets may be ■
purchased at the door.

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