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January 29, 1971 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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Kaufman-Smith Vows Delivery of.President's Speech
to Be Spoken in June on Sabbath Draws Protest

Protesting the delivery of the
President's State of the Union
address on the Sabbath, a num-
ber of local rabbis have joined
with their colleagues throughout
the nation to express their dismay

People
Make News

MISS SYLVIA KAUFMAN

Judge and Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman
of Pennington Dr. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Sylvia to Dr. Robert Bernard
Smith, son of Mr. Gilbert Smith of
Oak Park, Ill., and the late Symia
Smith.
Miss Kaufman, a graduate of
the University of Michigan, is in
her junior year at - Wayne State
University's law schooL Her fiance,
a graduate of the University of
Illinois, holds a degree in dentistry
and was affiliated with Sigma
Alpha Mu Fraternity. '
The couple plans to marry in
June.

HILLEL
HAPPENINGS

By WENDY RAN AND

JIMMY CAPLAN
Hillel Day School's Ski Club,
under the sponsorship of the Stu-
dent Council, started in December.
We now have some 40 members.
Many of these are kids who had
never been on skis before.-
The club and its chaperons,
Mrs. Irving Caplan and Alice
Liber so n, is picked up at 4
o'clock by chartered bus and
taken to Mt. Holly ski area for
division into groups according
to skill and experience. Beginners
receive lessons on the bunny hill,
while others hit the harder slopes
for advanced lessons.
Alice is out on the slopes with
us, always willing to lend a hand,
while Mrs. Caplan stays inside
fully prepared to meet the starving
army of skiers with hot cocoa,
sandwiches and donuts. After four
hours of skiing, we climb aboard
our bus lot the trip back to school
and the 10 Mile Branch of the Jew-
ish Center to be picked up by our
parents.

Dr. -ARNOLD GURIN, research
er, writer and a professor of , soda
administration at Brandeis Uni
versity for the past eight years,
has been named dean of the uni-
versity's Florence Heller Grad-
uate School for Advanced Studies
in Social Welfare. He succeeds
Charles I. Schottland who has been
named Brandeis' third president.
• • •
The Cantata Academy of Metro-
politan Detroit will provide "350
Years of American Music" at its
second concert of the season, 3:30
p.m. Feb. 7 at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts. One of the works to
be performed is Hymn of Freedom
from "Out of the Desert" by
JULIUS OHAJES in honor of his
60th birthday. Tickets are avail-
able at Hudson's and Grinnell's.

Brevities

The works of artist GIACOMO
MANZU will be on display 1 - 5 p.m.
Sunday, thriiugh Feb. 15, at the
new location of Garelick's Gallery,
1457 S. Woodward, Birmingham.

• •
Classical pianist GINA BACH-
AUER performs at the Masonic
Auditorium Feb. 5.
• • •
The ROYAL WINNIPEG BAL-
LET performs at the Masonic
Auditorium Feb. 19. Featured will
be the dance "Concert Fantasy,"
a new work by John Clifford.

Pinsker Aid Society
to View 'Underground'

The annual Israel Hist a dr ut
meeting of the Pinsker Progressive
Aid Society will be held 8:30 p.m.
Monday at. Cong. Beth Hillel
The Israeli film, "The New Un-
derground," will be shown and
Louis Levine will be guest speak-
er. Traditional hosts for the eve-
ning will be Mr. and Mrs. Hyman
Lipsitz, and program chairman is
Harry Laker. Refreshments will
be served by Mrs. Laker and her
committee.

at the conflict in timing last Fri-
day night.
Before delivering the traditional
Sabbath prayer for the welfare of
the country, Rabbi Ernst Conrad of
Temple Kol Ami related his own
concern to his congregants.
Rabbi H. Philip Berkowitz, whc
wrote Mr. Nixon on earlier occa-
sions, protesting against the de-
livery of major Presidential
speeches on the Jewish Sabbath,
again addressed a letter to the
President last Friday.
Rabbi Berkowitz commented:
"On May 4, 1970 I wrote to you

about a matter which I con-
sidered to be a most serious one,
and for that matter I still deem
quite Important. After a consider.
able period of time, I did receive
what I assume is a standard
signatureless card from the White
House, acknowledging my letter
and making not even the feeblest
attempt to explain the situation,
and the reasons why you chose
Friday evening to address our
nation.

"Now, you have chosen to pre
sent your annual State of the Union
Message on the Sabbath. As you
can, guess, I am as adamant now
as I was on May 4 of last year.
Among the many tasks facing you,
is that great challenge of unifying
a nation that has been plagued by
a plethora of problems. Here we
stand at the eve of the Sabbath,
and on the eve of your annual
State of the Union Address. As I
see all the facts, I am distressed
that you failed to respond to a
legitimate problem. One that in
reality is easier to solve than so
many others confronting you.
"I regret having to decide be-
tween which is more important,
the observance of the Sabbath, or
the annual State of the Union
Address. However, having been put
in that position, I have to make
such a decision, and will not, much
to my great regret, be able to hear
your words."

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Mementos
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MARCIA MASSERMAN
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Some of the skiers in the be-
ginners' group are Ora Glaser,
Mark Shostak, Jon Liebman and
Michael Thirman. Many others
have already gone on to receive
intermediate patches.
Some, like Sandi Adelsburg, Lisa

Greenberg, liana BarLevav and
the authors of this article, have

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
Friday, iconicity 29, 1971-35

Michigan has a highly diversi-
fied labor force, as shown by the
fact that skilled labor in Michigan
mans more than 350 different
types of industry.

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earned the 'advanced blue patch.
Hillel s Most experienced skiers are
Bobby, David and Ricky Shostak,
Ricky Margolin and Beth Liberson.
Our four trips to date have been
very successful. We are pleased to
report that there -have been no
injuries,,— only sore muscles.
We would . like to thank Mrs.
Gerry Levy, who does our book-
keeping, our chaperone, and the
staff fOr their cooperation
and interest.

HARRY B. KEIDAN CHAPTER
will meet 3 p.m. Tuesday at the
Northland Ion. Guest sneaker will
be James Lyeette of the Detroit
News' Contact 10 department. Re-
freshments will be served, and
guests are welcome.

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• WHEN YOU TRAVEL this -season.
Sherri's recommends that you see Israel first.
Bul— wherever you go — be sure to see
Shlwi's first!

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• Sherri's
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• Fabulous Star Bakery
• Bud Rollins Shoes
• The Bootery
• Pickwick Shops
• Bab's Hair Fashions
• Rigsby Shoe Service
• Ala's Barber Shop
• Room At The Bottom
• Doug Hoffman, Ltd. .

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