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February 06, 1970 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-06

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Friday, February 6, 1970-35

Jewish Students Issue `Demandments'
Miss Wolf, Mr. Winnick to Make a Tongue-in-Cheek Point

to Speak Vows in July


NEW YORK (JTA)--Jewish stu-
dents are not averse to using black
humor to make a point according
to a report in this month's issue
of the National Jewish Monthly, a
Bnai Brith publication. The maga-
zine ran across an item in the
Palo Alto Times printed when the
local high school principal was be-
ing beseiged by Black Power de-
The story in the newspaper dealt
with a set of "Ten Plus One De-
mandments" raised by local Jew-
ish students. The Jewish students'
demands called for:
Jewish holidays off and a mez-
zuza on every door; books that
start "the right way—from right
to left"; kosher food in the vend-
ing machines with separate ven-
dors for meat and dairy; Israeli
music during lunch period; classes
in Jewish history and culture;
classes in Hebrew; expulsion of
anti-Semitic teachers; more Jew-
ish teachers, a Jewish counselor
and a Jewish vice principal; the
right of the Jewish community to

PALM BEACH (JTA)— Connecti-
cut Senator Abraham A. Ribicoff
inaugurated Sunday the annual
drive of the Jewish Theological
Seminary to acquaint the country's
Jewish communal leadership with
the seminary's educational needs
an dexpansion problems.
The senator, vice-chairman of the
seminary's board of overseers, told
the more than 100 nationally promi-
nent laymen meeting here that the
seminary and other institutions of
higher learning are currently faced
with "the greatest crisis in Ameri-
can academic history" because of
the "open rebellion of college
youth against established mores
Grand Rapids
and methodologies."
He said that students today were
News Notes
looking for a set of ethical and
Feb. 6—Temple Emanuel, Sym- moral values and "an education in-
fused with these values." There-
posium on Cities
6-8—Michigan State Temple
Youth Winter Conclave
Allon to Launch
8—USY Board
10--Ahavas Israel Sisterhood 1970 Bond Drive
Yigal Allon, Israel's deputy
11—Temple Emanuel Sister-
prime minister, will launch the
hood Luncheon Meeting
12—Temple Emanuel Board 1970 campaign for Israel Bonds at
an International inaugural confer-
of Trustees
ence to be held Feb. 26 through
13—David Strauss Bar
March 1 at the Fontainebleau Ha
tel in Miami Beach.
a • •
Plans for the four-day parley,
Temple Emanuel Sisterhood will
present Mrs. Ara Cary, past direc- which will open a drive to sell a
total in Israel Bonds during
tor of the Child Guidance Clinic, 1970, were
announced by Samuel
at its Feb. 11 luncheon meeting.
national campaign chair-
Mrs. Cary will discuss the differ- Rothberg,
Israel Bond Organiza-
ences between raising children in
who will serve as chairman
the past and now. A social worker, tion,
.f the conference.
she has published many papers on
Allon is also Israel's minister of
emotional development of cLildn.n education.
She was a pioneer in the field of
During Israel's War of Libera-
preventive mental health by start- tion,
Allon led some of the
ing a nursery school guidance pro- most General
decisive campaigns of that
gram for normal children in Grand conflict. He commanded the daring
liberation of the city of Safed in
• • •
the Galilee, and was also a com-
Temple Emanuel Men's Club will mander on the central and south-
meet for 10 a.m. breakfast and ern fronts.
discussion Sunday.
During the Six-Day War, he was

a leading member of the prime
Hadassah's donor luncheon was minister's military advisory com-
held Wednesday at Temple Eman- mittee.
uel, with Mrs. Evelyn Rosenfield
preparing the luncheon. A pro-
After 15 minutes noboby looks
gram, "Madam, Your Influence Is at a rainbow.
Showing" was presented by Muriel
Wolfson Bach. Co-chairmen of the
event were Cele Remes and Edith
Bar Mitzvas
• • •
Special Occasions
Marriages—Mr. Harold J. Baer
and Dr. Mildred Greif, Jan. 17;
Mr. Gary Faye Grammer and Miss
Saralee Strauss, Jan. 18.

interview all Jewish applicants for
teaching jobs to weed out "Jewish
Goyim Uncle Toms"; a Jewish stu-
dent union; and at least one school
aide "to be a Jewish mama."
The students then issued an
ultimatum: "If these demandments
aren't acceded to, the Jewish stu-
dents will proceed to march around
the school seven times, blow their
shofars and shout Jewish Power
slogans. The school walls will come
tumbling down."

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wolf of
Mark Twain Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Wendy
Susan to Robert F. Winnick, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Winnick
of Harding Ave., Oak Park.
Orthodox Urged; Elect
Both Miss Wolf and Mr. Winnick
were graduated from Michigan Friends of Private School
NEW YORK (JTA) — Agudath
State University.
Israel has launched a citywide
A July 12 wedding is planned.
campaign to alert Orthodox Jews
to the importance of electing "men
Half-Price for Children
who are sensitive to the needs of
at 'Goodbye, Mr. Chips'
the nonpublic schools" in the
March 19 school board elections
Children through age 13 are be- under
the new decentralization
ing seated for any performance of plan.
"Goodbye, Mr. Chips" at half the
At the same time, the organiza-
adult price, it has announced by
Marie Olcese, manager of the tion said that if men who "dis-
in the distribution of
Bloomfield Theater, where the film
continues its reserved seat engage- funds are elected, they will "press
the federal and
The reduced-rate children's tic- state governments to revert to
kets may be purchased at the box centralized distribution of funds.
office in advance or at perform-
ance time, when available.
The new policy, unusual for
roadshow attractions, was brought
about by the unusual demand for
seats by family groups, including Ainouncernents
Jan. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Remer (Harriet Rubin), former
Recommended by Physicians
Detroiters of Des Moines, a son,
Alan Michael.
• • s
Expert Mohel
Jan. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Saul S.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
Stark (Sue Wolfgang), 21650 Strat-
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ford, Oak Park, a son, Ariel Chiam.
* • •
Jan. 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
SHALOM RALPH ael Ephraim (Barbara Gooze), AJCongress to Challenge
14251 Nadine, Oak Park, a daugh-
Parochiaid to Colleges
ter, Deanna Michele.
* * •
NEW YORK (JTA)—The use of
Jan. 27—To Capt. and Mrs. public tax money for "church" col-
LI 7-9489
Charles S. Brummer (Beth Raden leges will be challenged by the
of Dallas) of Rantoul, Ill., a daugh- American Jewish Congress and the
ter, Elyse Michelle.
American Civil Liberties Union
* * •
Thursday in the U.S. District Court
Jan. 24—To Mr. and Mrs. How- for Connecticut. The case, to be
ard R. Moss (Joanne Brown), argued before three judges, is ex-
22722 Pontchartrain, Southfield, a pected to go ultimately to the U.S.
son, Steven Todd.
Supreme Court.
• * •
Leo Pfeffer, special counsel for
Jan. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. Mich- the AJCongress, will argue for 15
ael Udman (Carol Stone), 20511 Connecticut residents seeking to
Grandville, a daughter, Elena halt the flow of tax-raised monies
to Sacred Heart University, Fair-
• • •
field University, Albert Magnus
Jan. 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph College and Annhurst College, all
Stern (Anita Enkel of Detroit) of in Connecticut.
Tel Aviv, a son, Michael.
The suit, known as Tilton v.
• • *
Finch, is considered a test case.
Jan. 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pfeffer will call for a halt to the
Kaufman (Joan Kaufman of De- "tens of millions" of dollars in
troit,) of Pomona, N.Y., a daugh- federal funds now being used by
ter Michelle Lynn.
religious colleges across the coun-
a a a
try. He will ask for a "national
Jan. 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Har- declaration of judgment and a na-
vey Slutsky (Sharon Fridenberg), tionwide injunction."
Experienced Mohel
21931 Morton, Oak Park, a son,
The suit will charge that govern-
Serving in Hospitals & Homes
Michael David.
ment officials are misinterpreting
* * *
the Higher Education Facilities Act
Dec. 16—To Mr. and Mrs. San- of 1963, and will attempt to show
ford Solovich, 2465 Woodstock, a that funds given to a sectarian
daughter, Jill Frances.
institution, even when used for sec-
a a •
ular purposes, still aid the religious
Dec. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs. Larry aspects of the institution.
Pullman (Pam Epstein), 4223 Pine-
croft, Orchard Lake, a daughter,
A vaccine to prevent rubella
Kimberly Beth.
(German measles) has been ap-
• • •
proved by the federal government.
Nov. 29—To Mr. and Mrs. Jona- Widespread use of the vaccine can
Licensed • Certified
than F. Haber (Barbara Mirzoff), wipe out this disease, which is a
10065 Hart, Huntington Woods, a major cause of birth defects, ac-
daughter, Wendy Leigh.
cording to the March of Dimes.

Leo Goldman

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fore, he continued, "it is a primary
responsibility of the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America to
help the student find the ethical
and moral values he seeks."
To accomplish this task, he
continued, the seminary must
train rabbis, teachers and profes-
sors for the campus in addition
to those it trains for works in
synagogues and communal or-
Rabbi Bernard Mandelbaum of
New York, president of the semi-
nary, refuted the notion that col.
lege students are "hostile to reli-
gion." He said their increased
interest in the secular "is an ex-
pression not of hostility to religion
but of a deeply felt need to apply
religious values and precepts to
bring about needed change." Two
Palm Beach and New York philan-
thropic leaders, Irving Geist and
Benjamin S. Hornstein, received
the seminary's Eternal Light medal
and citation.

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