THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, Juno 5, 1970
Lira Joanne Magner
to Tred Frank Greenberg
MISS SARA MAGNER
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Magner
of Seneca Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Sara Joanne to Frank
Richard Greenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Greenberg of George
Washington Ave., Southfield.
An August wedding is planned.
GAULT GALLERIES, 325 S
Woodward, Birmingham, is truly
initiating an art appreciation pro-
gram for all ages. Shown in the
advertisement this week is young
Scott Gorman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Manny Gorman of Oak Park, held
by his maternal grandmother, Mrs.
Rose Harris. The Gault Galleries
are available to organizations inter-
ested in art exhibitions.
• • •
The executive committee of the
1970 Million Dollar Round Table,
an international association of the
world's most successful life in-
surance salesmen, announces that
WILLIAM STONE of NEW
ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN-
SURANCE CO. has complete re-
quirements to be certified as a
• • •
RUBEN ADVERTISING an-
nounces a change of address to
15670 W. 10 Mile, Suite 210,
Southfield, phone 352-5660.
Prof. Samuel Levin Explains Dissenting Stand on Vietnam
'Prof. Samuel Levin, professor
emeritus of economics at Wayne
State University, has waged an
unending battle of his own against
the U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
In correspondence to The Jewish
News, he outlines a long record of
dissent since 1964.
"Insofar as the Jewish public is
concerned," writes Prof. Levin, "it
is well to remind ourselves that,
far from weakening Communist
power, this unconscionable re-
course to tank, rifle and bomb, in
dealing with a small, poor, under-
developed country in a remote con-
trol of Asia is conducive to an
opposite sort of outcome.
"Russia and China (and perhaps
also the Arab countries), may well
gloat at the sight of the United
States drained of its life blood and
of many billions of dollars worth
of resources by waging a futile,
endless and disastrous war, thou-
A new short course at no charge
ing a career in REAL ESTATE
SALES. The four courses will be
held 7:30-9:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Thursday and June 17 and 18 at
The summer outing of the
BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF
METROPOLITAN DETROIT will
be an all-day affair Tuesday at
Hillcrest Country Club. Chairman
is Kenneth Davidson.
• • •
A theater party for Kaufman
and Hart's comedy classic "YOU
CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" will
be held 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Bon-
stelle Theater on behalf of the
campaign for WILLIAM M. BROD-
HEAD, attorney, who is running
for a seat in the House of Repre-
sentatives. Coffee with the cast
will follow For information, call
Mrs. Bernard Offen, KE 8-3423, or
Mrs. William Thornton, KE 4-8478.
THE DETROIT POST OFFICE
will discontinue the sale of U.S.
savings stamps after June 30.
• • •
Letter carriers through the De-
troit area will hold their 33rd
annual LEri'ER CARRIER BEN-
EVOLENT FUND PICNIC June
2'7 - 28 at King-Animaland Park.
Proceeds go to the benevolent
fund, which pays sick, death, re-
tirement, health and welfare bene-
fits to letter carriers, their widows
and children—not covered by their
employment. Tickets may be se-
cured from all letter carriers.
Try and Stop Me
By BENNETT CERF
ETURNED from a day's outing at the beach, a restaurant
owner asked his oldest waiter, a race track habitue,
"Did Gina Lollobrigida come in today?" "I don't know," con-
fessed the waiter. "I had
to leave after the sixth
• • •
Before Oscar Levant hit
the jackpot, and wasn't at
the Gershwins, he frequent-
ly could be located at the
home of Playwright George
Kaufman and wife Beatrice.
He paid off in laughs.
After one stay of over a
month, Mrs. K. told him,
"I thought the servants
were beginning to eye you
them each five dollars and
said it was from you." "Five dollars," snarled Levant. "You
should have given them ten. Now they'll say I'm stingy."
Prof. Levin argues that the . Cantata Premiere
Vietnam war has "enormously
enhanced the prestige of guerrilla Planned by Chorus
tactics in other parts of the
The Jewish Folk Chorus will
world, fortified, perhaps, by the perform the world premiere of
thought that the United States
Vladimir Heifetz's cantata, "In
was too deeply immersed in the the Desert" 8 p.m. Sunday at the
Asian quagmire to hazard strong- Scottish Rite Cathedral, Masonic
handed leadership in the Mediter-
ranean sphere of interest."
Among his correspondence to
leaders who had been outspoken
on the Vietnam issue, Prof. Levin
included the late Rev. Martin
Luther King, Sen. Wayne Morse,
(9n tie sj 7Cir
This Week's Radio and
LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday
Feature: The complete story of
Shavuot—part 3 will be told, and
Hasidic festival melodies sung.
* * •
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Third in a four-program
series entitled "Tales of Survival,"
is "Elie Wiesel—Jews in Russia"
on which Elie Wiesel tells of his
trip to Russia and the fervor he
found in the young Jews of that
nation. He will read from his
work, "Jews of Silence" and com-
ments on what he feels was "a
misinterpretation" of its meaning.
• • a
(From Bob Franson, of Springfield, Ohio):
Q. What's the biggest pen in the world?
Q. What happened when the Cardinal's hat fell into Rome's
A. It got wet.
Q. Why did the farmer name his rooster Robinson?
A. Because it Crusoe.
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June 14-Aug. 9, Dr. Leonard B.
Smith and the Detroit Concert
Band will be celebrating an asso-
ciation spanning 25 years.
Sponsored by the City of De-
troit's department of parks and
recreation, the band will present
an eight-week series of concerts
with performances 8:15 p.m. every
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sat-
urday and Sunday. Scheduled are
24 concerts at the Remick Memo-
rial Shell on Belle Isle and 14 con-
certs at the band shell on State
HEAR OUR VOICE
JERUSALEM (JTA)—A $48,000,-
000 five-year plan to expand Is-
raeli settlements in the occupied
Golan Heights was approved by the
Ministry of Agriculture's planning
The project calls for the addi-
tion of six new settlements of the
11 already established in the re-
Each settlement will have 1,000
head of cattle and about 8,000
acres of pasture land for grazing.
Golan settlements already pro-
duce potatoes, grapes, citrus fruits,
plums, olives and walnuts.
Time: 11:30 p.m.
Feature: Concluding the series,
"Songs of Israel," the program
"Composers in Israel—Mordechay
Zeira" is sung by Jaffa Yarkoni.
• • •
Time: 9:45 Sunday
Station: Channel 2
Feature: "Walter Reuther—Re-
miniscences" will feature Dean
William Haber of the University
of Michigan; Dr. Norman Drach-
ler, superintendt of Detroit public
schools; and Irving I. Pokempner,
co - chairman of the Jewish
Community Council culture com-
mission, describing their personal
memories of Walter and Mae Reu-
ther, with a special message in
tribute from the Jewish Com-
munity Council by Dr. Shmarya
for a few days
5-Year Expansion Plan
for Settlements Approved
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday
Feature: Man and religion are
placed "in contact."
• • •
Time: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
7:30 p.m. Wednesday
Station: Channel 56
Feature: "Barbara and Yetta,"
a documentary film produced by
the Parent's Association for Jewish
Residential Care for the Mentally
Retarded will be shown.
• • •
Temple. The concert will be in
memory of the composer, who died
Marjorie Gordon and Cantor
Louis Klein will be featured solo-
Under the direction of Harvey
Schreibman, the chorus also will
perform a cycle of Hebrew, Yid-
dish and English songs.
Tickets are available through all
chorus members or at the box
office the evening of the perform-
Detroit Concert Band
to Start 25th Season
With the 1970 concert season,
menacingly, and I know
you're flat broke, so I gave
Morse, was printed in the Congres-
sional Record. His most recent
letter, written last month, was to
Sen. Robert P. Griffin, in which
Prof. Levin called the "presiden-
tial war" "irresponsible, immoral,
futile and seemingly unconstitu-
sands of miles away from its own former Mayor Jerome Cavanagh
borders, and in addition suffering and former Governor George Rorn-
itself to be whiplashed by infla- ney. One of his first letters, to Sen.
tion, economic crisis, and civil dis-
order and confusion."
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