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June 12, 1970 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-12

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Double Mttzva
Jewish Groups &her-Brown Iledding Auction, Yields held
5-9 p.m., will go toward the
Scheduled for December Two philanthropies for the price various
projects of the association,
-if one—that was the byproduct of
to Pay Tribute
which
is working toward obtaining
successful bid by two television
viewers who won a Coney Island a residential care home for retard-
.tarty for 700 in the Channel 56 ed Jewish children.
to Reuthers
Admission is by contribution only,
auction last week.

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A memorial meeting dedicated
to Walter and Nfay Reuther
will be held 11 a.m. June 21 at
Sholem Aleichem Institute, with
all labor-oriented Jewish organiza-
tions participating as sponsors.
The Reuthers, who were killed
in an airplane crash last month,
were acknowledged friends of Is-
rael and the Jewish community.
Sponsors of the tribute are the
Jewish Labor Committee, Poale
Zion—Labor Zionist Organization,
Farband City Committee, Pioneer
Women and Workmen's Circle.

UHS Teachers Set
Annual Institute -

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
34—Friday, June 12, 1970

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Teachers of the elementary de-
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partment of the United Hebrew nounce the engagement of their station that is sustained by con-
Schools will meet for their annual daughter Rosalie Doreen to Joel S.
institute Monday and Tuesday in Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. tributors.
Schubot and Slomovitz then
the Louis and Esther LaMed Audi- William W. Brown of Southfield
decided to turn their .prize into
Rd., Southfield.
torium.
a second "mitzva." Ott Father's
A December wedding is planned.
Superintendent Albert Elazar
Day, June 21, Gus' Coney Island
will open the institute and intro-
will be turned over to a fund-
duce the theme of the conference.
raising for the Parents Associa-
"Is Our Present Course of Study
tion for Jewish Resideptial Care
Relevant to the Needs of Today?"
for the Mentally Retarded.
will be the subject of a panel dis-
Proceeds from the party, to be
cussion at the Monday morning
Three Detroit residents were
session. Nfrs. Rae Goodman and among the 109 students receiving
Mrs. Judith Slobin of the elemen- degrees at the 76th annual com- Councilman Carl ,Levin
tary department, Menachem Glas- mencement of the Jewish Theo- Named to ACLU Board
er of the high school and Richard logical Seminary of America Sun-
The Metropolitan Detroit Branch
Axelrod, a Hebrew high selool day at Park Avenue Synagogue,
of the American Civil Liberties
student, will present their respec- New York City. Leon Waldman
Union' announced that Councilman
tive views.
received the degree of master of Carl Levin, led the field of 27
Robert Kasle, a member of the Hebrew literature, and Marvin
candidates for election to the exe-
UHS board of directors, who re-
Rosen and Davin Wolok received cutive board.
cently attended the national con-
the degree of bachelor of Hebrew
Other members of the board are
ference of the American Asso-
literature at graduation.
Paul Lowinger, Rolland O'Hare,
ciation for Jewish Education,
Waldman, son of Harry and
David Wineman, Jerome P. Cav-
will report on the conference
Ann Waldman, Was graduated anagh, Avern Cohn, Bernard Gott-
with reference to the subject
from the University of Mich-
fried, Adrienne James, Sue Smock,
under discussion. The afternoon
igan, where he majored in psy-
David Herreshoff, John Fillion,
session will be devoted to a gen-
While pursuing his Phil Colista, Harry Meserve, Edgar
chology.
eral discussion and a summary
studies at the seminary, he has
B. Keemer Jr. and Rev. Steve
by Dr. Benjamin L. Yapko, asso-
worked for the Leaders Training Spottswood.
ciate superintendent of the UHS.
Fellowship, national organization
The Tuesday morning session
of high school and college-age
Stand anywhere in Nfichigan and
will deal with "How Can the Jew-
youth who devote a portion of you are within 85 miles of one of
ish Teacher Cope with the Chal-
each week to continued study in
the
Great Lakes.
lenge of the Day?" discussed by
Judaica and to public service
Avshalom Shohat of the high school
activities. He plans to continue
faculty. and Rabbi Charles Rosenz-
his studies at the seminary. He
veig of the elementary and high
is married to the former Andrea
school departments.
Meg Schwarz of Glen Cove, N.Y.
After lunch, the session will con-
Rosen, son of Joseph and
tinue with an evaluation of the
UHS curriculum in light of the Rachel Rosen, is a graduate of
presentations, and Dr. Naphtali the joint program of the Teachers
Wiesner, educational consultant, Institute and Columbia University
will summarize the recommenda- and has earned his bachelor of
arts degree from the latter insti-
tions for the 1970-71 school year.
tution.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Beth Shalom to Admit
Wolok, Wolok plans a career in
Nonmember Pupils
Jewish education.
Nlarshall Wallace, chairman of
This year's graduates represent-
Beth Shalom Religious School, an- ed 29 states, Canada, Argentina,
nounces that commencing with the Iran, Israel and Uruguay. Three
new school year, a limited number scholars — Dr. Andrew Cordier,
of students whose parents are not president of Columbia University;
congregational members will be Dr. Mark van Doren, professor
permitted to enroll in the school in emeritus of English at Columbia
the primary (K-2): elementary University; and Dr. Louis L. Kap-
(3-6); junior high (7-9); and senior lan, president of Baltimore Hebrew
high (10-12) divisions.
College—were awarded honorary
Beth Shalom Religious School is degrees by the seminary, and five
a Conservative congreg ationa I cantors were made honorary fel-
school under the direction of Sid- lows of its Cantors Institute.
ney Selig, and has a complete
range of studies from kindergarten
1)
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through senior high school.

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Drug Abuse Control
Bill by Rep. Kramer

State Representative Albert A.
Kramer announces that he has
introduced a new proposal calling
for the establishment of a state
coordinator for drug abuse within
the department of education. The
thrust of the office would be to
develop courses for correcting and
controlling drug abuse and to co-
ordinate and encourage programs
for its control.
The coordinator would work
hand in glove with local units in
the formation of their plans.

Michigan is the hub of the rich
Great Lakes industrial market
area. Over 70,000,000 consumers
are v.itin 500 miles of Michigan's
capital.

Concern to President

Lawrence Schultz, Democratic
candidate for Congress, has ex-
pressed grave concern over the
deteriorating situation in the Mid-
dle East in a communication with
President Nixon.
Schultz told the President that
the actions of the Soviet Union
in rearming the Arab countries
with sophisticated weaponry such
as the SAM missiles was a metter
of grave concern to both him and
others concerned with the fate of
Israel. Schultz stated that the
balance of power could easily be
changed unless the President sup-
plied Israel with the requested
jets.
Schultz also has stated that he
will commlonicate with Senate
leaders to see if they can increase
pressure on the President.

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