Beth Meizler to Become Shomrey Emunah Sets Junior Division to Meet
Thek Junior Division of the Jew-
Mrs. Edward S. Sadoff Dinner; Speaker
ish Welfare Federation will hold
an open board meeting 8 p.m.
at Whitehall community
to Be Rabbi Sperka Tuesday
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, March 27, 1970
Collegians Rally for Soviet Jewry
More than 1,000 persons, half of
them standing, jammed Hill Audi-
torium at the University of Mich-
igan .Monday night, to protest the
Soviet Union's policy of discrim-
ination against the Jews.
A Detroit contingent, consisting
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Brought to you in Michigan by
of 100 teen-agers from Cong. Sha-
arcy Zedek, were bused to the
event, which was addressed by
actor Theodore Bikel.
Harold Light of San Francisco
gave a first-hand view of the situ-
ation in the Soviet Union, and
Larry Schwartz served as master
of ceremonies. Jay Masserman,
another U-Al student from Detroit,.
read the poem "Sabi Yar." A
candlelight procession preceded
Rabbi Joshua Sperka of the
Golden Age Choraliers
Give Service Plaques
At the recent awards luncheon
of the Jewish Center Golden Age
Choral Group, plaques were pre-
sented to Mrs. Sam Solomon, pres-
ident, Mr. Solomon and hospitaler
William Burton for the many serv-
ices which they have rendered to
Plaques also were presented to
Mrs. Norman Ross and Mrs. Mau-
rice Samuels, Jewish Center volun-
teers who assist Cantor Nicholas
Fenakel, director, with the pro-
graming of the group.
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One thought fills immensity.
MISS BETH MEIZLER
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meizler of
Margareta Ave. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Beth
Ellen to Edward Sanfoid Sadoff.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sadoff
of Rutherford Ave.
The bride-elect attended Oak-
land Community College. Mr. Sad-
off received his bachelor's degree
in business administration from
Michigan State University.
A July wedding is planned.
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A "free university" for Jewish
students whose basic motivation is
not opposition to the Jewish estab-
lishment but a desire to fill Jewish
void in their lives is now in its sec-
ond semester at the State Univer-
sity at Albany.
Some 100 students, described by
Philip Arian, educational director
at the Temple Israel Education
Center, as nonradicals "honestly
curious about what the roots of
Judaism are," enrolled for the
Arian reported that students in-
cluded members of an ATID group
he has been leading for some five
years on the Albany campus. ATID
is the collegiate movement of the
United Synagogue of America, the
association of Conservative congre-
A Hillel club on the campus,
headed by Dr. Donald Cohen, a
faculty member who serves as a
on Jewish Subjects
part-time Hillel adviser, helped
Hillel and ATID members with
development of the free univer-
sity as a first step toward estab-
lishment of a Judaica depart-
ment at the university.
The free university project was
launched last September, under the
guidance of Perle Leibowitz, Hillel
president, and Amy Kaplan, proj-
ect chairman. Local rabbis, profes-
sors and laymen are the teachers.
About 100 students registered for
the first semester for courses in
the history of East European
Jewry, Jewish ethical theory and
an intensive course on the Jewish
Scriptures and commentaries.
Course topics in the second
semester deal with Jews and revo-
lution, an inquiry into Bible text
and modern Jewish philosophies.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of Tem-
Young Israel Center of Greenfield ple Israel and Rabbi MiltOn Arm
will be guest speaker at the 13th of Cong. Beth Achim will answer
annual Purim dinner sponsored by questions of political, social and
the Sisterhood of Shomrey Emunah religious nature from young adults
6 p.m. Sunday at the synagogue.
Mrs. Fannie Laufer, sisterhood
president, s aid
the affair will
serve to "empha-
size the work
Emunah is doing
to strengthen and
vitalize a chang-
The master of
ceremonies w ill Mrs. Linder
be Max Sosin, and the musical
program will be conducted by
Cantor Hyman Adler.
The committee serving with
Mrs. Laufer includes Mesdames
Rochel Borenstein, Rae Cohen,
Simone Fishman, Sarah Green-
span, Jennie Mariani, Zelda Mil-
ler, Esther Pollock, Leah Rosen-
berg, Chana Ungar, Rae Urnovitz
and Leah Yoffe.
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March Musical Show
Criterion Club for single adults
will present a March musicale and
variety show 8 p.m. Sunday at the
recreation hall of the Country
This will mark the premiere
performance of the newly organ-
ized theater group. The show was
staged, directed and produced by
Barney Lumberg, Sally Sidran and
Ruth Trivax. Refreshments and
dancing will follow. The public is
For information, call Betty
Weinberg, chairman of programs,
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