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February 13, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-13

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24—Friday, February 13, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Bond Sponsors Start Drive


At the Israel Bond sponsor re-enrollment luncheon and fashion
show, which launched the 1970 women's division campaign and re-
sulted in $150,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions are (from left) Mrs.
David Pollack, sponsor chairman; Mrs. Abraham Satovsky, who pro-
nounced the invocation; Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, wmen's division
chairman; Mrs. Samuel Hamburger, luncheon chairman; Esther Her-
litz, Israel envoy to Denmark, guest speaker; Mrs. Pearl Nosan,
fashion show and action day chairman; Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, builder
chairman; and Mrs. Joseph Holtzman, member of the women's divi-
sion executive board.

Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum Will Close
Judeo-Christian Series He Co-founded

Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum, a lead-
ing figure among ecumenists in the
fields of social action, interreligi-
ous, interracial and international
affairs, will conclude the Judeo-
Christian Lecture Series at Blessed
Sacrament Cathedral, 8 p.m. Feb.
25.
National director of interreligious
affairs for the American Jewish
Committee, Rabbi Tanenbaum was
a founder of the National Confer-
ence on Race and Religion, re-
garded by many as the break-
through in the mobilization of re-
ligious forces in the civil rights
struggle.
He was the only participating
rabbi in Rome at the time of Vati-
can II's vote on the Declaration on
the Jews, repudiating anti-Semit- -
ism, and he organized American
Jewish relief for Nigeria and Bi-
afra in cooperation with Church
World Service and Catholic Relief
Services. His book, "Our Moral

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and Spiritual Resources for Inter-
national Cooperation," edited by
Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr, is one of his
many writings.

He has served on various
United Nations and UNESCO
committees, as well as White
House conferences and commit-
tees.

He has served since 1962 as con-
sultant to the Pius XII Religious
Education Center, sponsor of the
Judeo-Christian Series in coopera-
tion with the American Jewish
Committee. Together with Sister
Elizabeth Fowkes and Sister John-
ice Cohan, directors of the center,
he helped originate the series.

Borowitz Defines
His Lecture Here

Dr. Eugene Borowitz will appear
on the Judeo-Christian Lecture
Series, 8 p.m. Wednesday, at Tem-
ple Israel.
Dr. Borowitz, stated, defining his
lecture:
"Modern Judaism can teach
Roman Catholicism what awaits it
after its current revolution. In re-
cent decades, the Jews translated
their liturgy, democratized their
clergy and made the content of
their faith subjective. All were
hailed as means of making religion
modern.
Now that the secularization of
Judaism is a cliche and the Jew-
ish infatuation with modernity has
run full course, the first steps in a
new religious search are becoming
evident.
"Jewish thought and life is now
grappling with the problems raised
by this post-secular minority. This
I new quest gives promise of creat-
ing a new Jewish style for the '70s
and perhaps beyond."

I Pioneer Women Book Review
Detroit Council of Pioneer Wom-
COUTURE-BOUTIQUE
en will hear a book review of John
CUSTOM DESIGNS
I Fowler's "The French Lieuten-
LOUNGEWEAR - ACCESSORIES
ant's Woman" 1 p.m. Saturday at
LUGGAGE
the home of Mrs. Albert Kramer,
23651 Radclift, Oak Park. Sherry
MERRILLWOOD MALL
Wasserman, assistant librarian of
Merrillwood Bldg. Mall
the Oak Park Library, will be
251 Merrill, cor. Woodward reviewer. Guests invited.

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3 Volunteers From Community
Recognized for 'Hearts of Gold'

Three women in the Jewish com-
munity were among 12 Detroit
women honored for outstanding
volunteer service at the third an-
nual Heart of Gold recognition
ceremony this week.
They are Mrs. Joseph Hartman,
of Magnolia Parkway, Southfield,
Mrs. Ethel T. MacWilliams of
Whitmore Rd. and Mrs. L. Hudson
Rosenthal of Muirland Ave.
Mrs. Hartman was honored for
her 54 years of volunteer service
in the community health field. To-
day, at age 72, she is still an
active volunteer at Sinai Hospital.

Mrs. MacWilliams, who will
be 85 this year, actively par-
tipicates in the Temple Beth El
Sisterhood hospital visiting com-
mittee and works with several
other community organizations.

For the past five years, Mrs.
Rosenthal has been volunteer office
manager of Women in Community
Service and has played a vital part
in the success of the Job Corps
training program.
Each was presented a gold
heart-shaped charm signifying de-
dicated community service at a
luncheon in Cobo Hall.
The Award Council is comprised
of 42 leading women's organiza-
tions and Women for the United
Foundation (WUF), itself a volun-
teer group working year-round for
the UF and its nearly 200 services.
Mrs. Aaron Gershenson, council
vice chairman, assisted chairman
Mrs. Joseph L. Hudson in present-
ing the awards.

Winners of the Heart of Gold,
which bears a Spirit of Detroit
emblem, were screened from
164 nominations submitted by
agencies, organizations and in-
dividuals in the three-county
metropolitan area.

Mrs. Hartman, who has served
more than 20,000 volunteer hours
at Sinai, was nominated for her
award by the hospital women's
guild.
When the hospital opened in 1953,
she was named chairman of volun-
teers. Today, at 72, she still spends
four days each week performing
supervisory and volunteer activi-
ties.
Her skills in supervising food
and hospitality within the hospital
were required recently when she
coordinated all service in these
areas for the International Re-
search Symposium on Hormones
hosted by Sinai and attended by
researchers from around the
world.

August Ceremony Set
by Barbara R. Samson

Mrs. Hartman began her volun-
teer activities with the Red Cross
during World War I. For 30
years, she assisted at the North
End Clinic, now part of Sinai
Hospital's Shiffman Clinic, and
has received several citations
for her outstanding service at the
clinic.

Mother of four and grandmother
of eight, Mrs. Hartman also serves
as a nurse's aid and active par-
ticipant in Temple Beth El Sister-
hood, National Council of Jewish
Women, Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
the Torch Drive.
She continues to be active on
the board of the Women's Guild
and the board of trustees of Sinai.
Mrs. MacWilliams travels by bus
to serve Temple Beth El Sister-
hood, Wayne County General Hos-
pital, the American Red Cross and
the United Service Organization
(USO).
Arriving hours beforehand, she
arranges the Friday night recep-
tions following services at Temple
Beth El.
With her sisterhood's hospital
visiting committee, she prepares
holiday meals and makes gifts for
patients in Wayne County Gen-
eral Hospital and nursing homes.
She joins members of the sis-
terhood on Tuesdays to sew cancer
pads for the Michigan Cancer
Foundation.

AN EVENING OF BALLET tS
the theme of the Detroit Symphony
Orchestra Kresge Concert 8:30 p.m.

Feb. 21 in Ford Auditorium. The
Detroit Severo Ballet Company will

be featured.

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She has prepared food for
serviceman since World War II
when she packed sandwiches for
the young men departing for
camp from Fort Wayne. Every
week and on Christmas Day, she
arrives at the USO with special
dishes for those who are away
from home.
Widowed in 1926, Mrs. MacWil-
liams has reared two sons and 10

grandchildren.
Mrs. Rosenthal maintains a full-
time supportive service program
for WICS, with an all-volunteer
staff and no budget. She has given
thousands of hours since the office
opened nearly five years ago.

Her duties include home visit-
ing, screening, typing, teaching
and traveling. She served on a
training team which prepared
hundreds of Michigan volunteers
for the program and filled count-
less speaking engagements.
Mrs. Rosenthal has worked in

UF campaigns for many years and
is a member of the admissions and
budget committee for the Mich-
igan United Fund, budgeting fed-
eration for state and national
agencies supported by the Torch
Drive.
A wife and mother, she is active
in Mumford Parent-Teacher Asso-
ciation and was nominated by
WICS, a partnership of the Na-
tional Councils of Catholic Women,
Jewish Women and Negro Women,
and Church Women United.

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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samson of
Murray Hill Ave., announce the
engagement of their daughter Bar-
bara Rasha to Michael David Sit-
rin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel
Milton Sitrin of St. Mary's Ave.
Miss Samson and Mr. Sitron are
seniors at the University of Mich-
igan. Mr. Sitron is affiliated with
Phi Beta Kappa honorary society
and will enter medical school in
the fall.
An Aug. 17 wedding is planned

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