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February 19, 1971 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-19

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Russel Linden to Take M. ,Kane Exposes HarveyBlitzWillTake
Judith Klavan as Bride
Paula Goldstein as Bride WASP Views

Refugees From Poland
Find Haven in Denmark

LONDON (ZINS)



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 19, 1971-31

Despite the

DICK STEIN
severe housing shortage in Copen-
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai-
hagen, 2,000 Polish Jewish ref-
Brith commissioned a unique study
ugees have been accommodated by
THE DICK STEIN ORCHESTRA
of the 45 social studies texts most
the Danish government and have
widely used in American high
been housed without payment of
THE JEEP SMITH ORCHESTRA
-schools to examine their current
"key money" for a six-month per-
Li 7-2770
treatment of Negroes, Jews and
iod, according to a dispatch ap-
other minorities.
pearing in the London Times.
The author, Michael B. Kane,
Every Jewish refugee receives
a daily subsidy for food, and the
found that despite past criticism
of publishers and authors, "a
aged are entitled to the same pen-
significant number of texts pub-
sion awarded to every Danish
I S THE
citizen.
lished today continue to present a
Within a few weeks after their
principally whit e, Protestant,
their
receive
arrival, the refugees
Anglo-Saxon view of America past
FEATURED
papers and full civil rights. Al-
and present, with the nature and
though most of the refugees are
problems of minority groups large-
BY-
sympathetic to Israel, writes the
17 neglected." There is not a
Times, they still have decided to
single textbook, according to
stay on in Denmark.
Kane, which presents "a reason-
ably complete and undistorted pic-
Studio
ILAVAN
The obscurest epoch is today.
nnorrn
MISS
ture of America's many minority
29505 Northwestern Hwy.
MISS PAtILA GOLDSTEIN
—Robert Louis Stevenson.
groups."
Rabbi and Mrs. Israel Mayan
Southfield, Mich.
Naming publishers and books, of Forest Hills, N.Y. announce the
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Gold-
Yi Mile N. of 12 Mile Rood
stein of Louisville announce the "Minorities in Textbooks" makes engagement of their daughter Ju-
Bar Mitzvas
the
following charges:
their
daughter
engagement of
dith Rochelle to Harvey Blitz, son
awl spacial. accession
Paula Sue to Russel Matthew Lin-
While the black man's position of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Blitz of
Gerson Zeltzer
den, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel in contemporary society is no Sutherland Ave., Oak Park.
Thomas J. Hatch
Linden of Lancaster Dr., South- longer ignored, textbook treatment
Photographer
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Style Director
of inequality and attempts at its Stern College for Women and is
field.
547-4805
-orirtrinktrittrfrirktririrtrintlikffl* ,
Miss Goldstein attends the Uni- eradication is either missing or, presently a student in the masters
versity of Michigan. Mr. Linden, with few exceptions, continues to program of occupational therapy
at Columbia University.
a U. of M. graduate, is continuing be weak and noncommittal.
Mr. Blitz received his BA degree
graduate studies at U. of M.
Treatment of the Jews is still
largely confined to an over- at Wayne State. University and his
The Best Meat at The Best Prices
A May wedding is planned.
JD
at the University of Chicago.
emphasis on their ancient past.
Pullets 38c lb. Springer 33c lb. (fresh daily)
Only a very few textbooks present
Side of Beef (Freezer Pecked 65c 16.)
Rib Steaks $1.09
a varied, true-to-life picture of Boarding Jewish Day
Parisian Portnoy Has
20215 W. 7 Mee
Free Delivery
255-3777
modern Jews.
Complaint of His Own
Nazi persecution of Jews and High School Named
NEW YORK (JTA)-Sponsors of
PARIS (ZINS) — Almost over- other minorities is stilt inadequate-
the first boarding Jewish day high
night, the world of Arnold Portnoy, ly treated.
Historical references to Indians school, scheduled to be built in
the mild mannered Jewish owner
of a Paris- garage, was transformed have improved, but a portrayal of Albany in 1973, have announced
the American Indian in contem- that the name of the school, which
according. to Thee. magazine. ,
There were -- anonymous - tele- porary society is either missing or will be coeducational and opeW. to
students from all branches. - 'of
phosie trigs: bad jokes from - close inaccurate.
. tually no im- Judais m; Will• be the.- Kehila
There has been viz-
=friends and - insinuating remarks
provement in the treatment of Academy. ,
from acquaintances.
The decision on the name was'
The poor - garage man's prob- Chinese and Japanese Americans.
lem's began with the French pub- Some references to these people made. at a meeting.of the Na
Specialist in Vedicswagen 6 Porsche
lication of "Portnors Complaint," still contribute to iinfasiorable -MO - School- Planning Commission,
Ferndale, Mich.
beld -at the offices of the American
-
1018 W. 9 Witt Rd.
Philip Roth's novel about a guilt-
Association
for
Jewish-Education.
548 3926
Even less attention is paid to
ridden, sexeblessed young lawyer.
Allen CI: Rams
Beersee Uvulae 'II Pieurne
Complained the Parisian Port- the nation's Spanish-speaking peo- Leo Phaff of Albany, commission
.
noy: "My .wife read the book and ples. The Mexican American has chairman,-saidthit the name "best
very nearly had a nervous break- replaced the black man as the "in- describes the visionary goal and
program of total -community in-
down. I have two daughters at the visible American."
volvement" in the development of
and their friends thought
Sorbonne,
the sehoc
it a great joke to. say,- "What- a Al ecipp's Attempt
Participating _Organizationat_ in-
- SPEOAL GROUP RATE (5 10011K - Olt MOM
father you- haver. - - -
clude the _ (Conservative) .United
Portnoy took his Complaint, to a to Hans It Up Gets
Synagogue
.of
America,
the_
(Re,.
-
-Pails- civil 'court in elk -attempt to
form) Union of American,-Hebrew
. bar Gallhnard,. the publishing Paper's•ensure
AT THERHAIITIRIL
EBSTER YOUR OUTOF- TOVI
house, from Jelling anymore Copies • Al Capps humor has waned, as Congregations, the =Wet Organi-
zation of America, the•AA= and
until the hero's name la: changed. - far as one, Publisher of his Li'l the "Aimerieazi nebulas Amnia-
-But_Judge,AnchurIbimmettle Vitae Abner cartoon strip is concerned.
Lincoln O'Brien, 'pubic:her of .this
Jdsdly bested Vs
pariah:mien, N.1L, Daily :'limes.
Restairief
anted
reported
that
he
has
suspended


Arsi67.714ioitedly
SAUNA; *moot root- WIDILFOOL, ETC.
publication temporarily of the strip
eljeVItIPS
(avenues aiect deer at adelhoure grow tri par visit)
Buying Israeli. 1 tote
berause of the "anti-Semitie na-
-Su Ndpsra, e.-.dear
Aimee Trnspariathe Available
JEllU8ALE31,--Hundreallefeep- ture" of the current episode:-
The Oak Park SYmPhony Or-
548-8877
14380.W. 8 *ILE, OAK. PARK
In last Friday's cartoon, Capp chestra - will hold its spring . eon-
lings ,froin-Asyrish National , Fund
nurseries grace. the gardens of had Abner talking to Israel's cert 3:30 p.m. March 9 at Oak
Arab cities and-the palaces of Arab defense :minister, Koehn Dayan. Park High School.' The orchestra,
royalty, according: lo merchaati 111" Abner Dayan his son under the direction of __Jerome
from', Judea end Saniarir Who Put- want* ear ham sandvridi, and Day= Rosen, will have ANNIE KAMA:
chase.- the yramg trees_ and trans- =SW :5'11 be honest with you — FIAN, "violin soloist as guest art
Port them over the Jordan Wan; sonneritives ao do V'
ist. There will _be .a reception
O'Brien said tbe comic strip "will lowing the concert-in honor of Miss
The best, customers, are Kuwait, be.omilteit,for a few days on the Kavafbm. Tickets are available at.
Saddiat 'Arabiii
4Inian.:-whidi grew& ef poor taste," He said he the - Oak Park Community Center,
favor the,
because felt -"sense- readers' find the anti- J. L. Hudson - Stores, and - Mum=
of their remittance toAlsease. The' Semitic nature of the strip offen- ford Music and at- the door. There
mercbints abaci do a brisk business
are student rates.; -
' -
-
Capp, who is Jewish, was =-
the -Arab countries
Umber
!,-
Fifty girl scout troop! from the
bought from the JNF.
;I available for comment.
Southfield area
take Part In
"GIRL SCOUTS IN ACTION" day.
Saturday at Tel-Tvielve MalL Ac
cording to , Fay Menzel, Southfield
area 4.thalrinan,-- -the girl Scouts
want to communicate - to the corn-
enmity that, they-• re involved- in
many- service functions. ' •

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