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January 28, 1972 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-28

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34—Friday, January 28, 1972

NX Funds for Aid to Jews in Need
Do Exist, Program Critic Concedes

NEW YORK (JTA) — S. Elly
Rosen, executive director of the As-
sociation of Jewish Anti-Poverty
Workers, acknowledged Monday
the existence of $500,000 and $100,-
000 city programs in manpower
training and other social and hu-
man services training programs
and related areas for the city's
Jewish poor.
Last Thursday, Rosen charged
that the programs •...ere "apparent-
ly a figment of somebody's in-
agination."
At- that time he accused the
city administration and Dr. Mar-
vin Schick, the mayoral assistant
specializing in Jewish matters, of

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perpetratng a "cruel hoax against
poor Jews" by claiming the exist-
ence of those and other aid pro-
grams.
Meanwhile, a controversy has
developed over an option permit-
ting community anti-poverty cor-
porations in the city to hold
local elections in April on either
a Tuesday or a Saturday.
There is concern that Sabbath-
observing Jews living in those
of the 26 poverty areas whose cor-
porations choose the Saturday date
will not have the opportunity to
vote.
Jewish organizaions have pro-
tested to Mayor Lindsay against
the scheduling.
The Bnai Brith's Anti-Defama-
tion League called the selection
of Saturday "blatantly discrimina-
tory," The Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York said
the decision to allow the anti-
poverty corporation the option of
holding elections on either Satur-
day or a week day "was taken in
disregard for the rights of the
Jewish community."

Center Welcome Mat
Out to Young Adults

The Jewish Center's young adult
lounge is held each Wednesday
night from 8:30 to 11 in room 384
of the Meyers Building. Dancing,
refreshments and table tennis are
included.
The Cinema Series will feature
the 90-minute Walt Disney movie
"Great Locomotive Chase" 9 p.m.
Feb. 16.
A theater party Feb. 19 to see
the Center - Theater's production of
"The Little Foxes" will be spon-
sored by the Young Adult Com-
mittee.
* • *
Jewish Center guest passes for
college students are now available
for $1 a day. A student identifica-
tion card is necessary to obtain
the pass: Passes sold on Friday
also will be valid on Saturday.
For information, call Jerry
Kohen in the group services divi-
sion, DI 1-4200.

0 • •

Soviet Jewry Group
Plans Open Meeting

The Detroit Action Committee
on Soviet Jewry will bold an open
'meeting 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7 at the
Jewish Center.
Major item on the agenda will
be discussion of plans for the April
30 National Soviet Jewry Solidarity
Day.
- For information, call Fred Rose
in group services.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

LUBAVITCH JEWISH HOUR
Time: 8 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WKNR.
and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
Station: WKNR-FM (100).
Feature: "A Thought for the
Week" — a sermonette; "From
Days Gone By"—an episode from
Jewish history and legend; and
Music of the Hasidim.
* * •
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR.
Feature: Rabbi Harold S. Loss
will explore some fundamental
Jewish themes present in today's
music.
* * *
HIGHLIGHTS
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "A Time to Rejoice,"
an United Jewish Appeal film,
shows Soviet Jews building new
lives in Israel.
* * *
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WDEE.
and
Time: Noon Tuesday.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
Feature: Zwy Aldouby, author
of- "The Shattered Silence," will
discuss his book with Eileen
Berris.
* * *
IN CONTACT
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WJR.
Feature: Religion and man is
placed in contact, featuring Hal
Youngblood.
* *
-
BNAI SHOLOM
Time: 10 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WERE-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blazer provides a
contenlporary potpourri of Jewish
culture, humor, music and litera-
ture.
* • *
JEWISH WORLD
Time: 7 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WMZK-FM (98).
Feature: Jack Roberts presents
Israel folk music, community
notes and news from Israel.
*
*
SPECIAL
Time: 4 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
Feature: "A Remembrance of
the Holocaust." A special by Marc
Siegel, reminding those who would
rather forget, and informing those
too young to remember, of the
horrors of the Holocaust.

Michael Maddin Coordinates Junior
Division Allied Campaign Efforts

Michael Maddin is campaign co-
ordinator for the junior division of
the 1972 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund, Robert
Slatkin, division president, an-
nounced.
Serving with Maddin are Edward
A. Lemberg, men's pre-campaign
chairman; Mrs. Robert Sorock,
women's pre-campaign chairman;
and Burton Farbman, general cam-
paign chairman.
Maddin is past
president of the
division and its
liaison represen-
tative to the Jew-
ish Center and
Fresh Air Socie-
ty. He is the 1971
recipient of the
William Boesky
Award for out-
standing leader-
ship in the junior
Maddin
division.
Lemberg is a member of the
Junior Division executive com-
mittee and has been a member
of the division's board of direc-

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tors for the past three years. He
has served as associate chair-
man and vice chairman of the
men's pre-campaign and is a for-
mer_representative to the urban
affairs committee of . the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Mrs. Sorock is another three-
year veteran of the junior division
board. She has previously served
as associate chairman and vice
chairman in the women's pre-
campaign efforts and has repre-
sented her division at Jewish Home
for the Aged meetings.
Burton Farbman has served on
the junior division executive com-
mittee for the past two years and
is a vice president of the division.
He served in past campaigns as
vice chairman and associate chair-
man. A former representative of
the division on the capital needs'
committee of Federation, he is a
permanent member of the health
and welfare committee.
The junior division pre-campaign '
cocktail party and fund-raising
meeting will be held 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Northland Inn.
Special guest will be Ira Hirsch-
man whose "Red Star Over
Bethlehem," looks at the Middle
East crises and what has happened
there since the Six-Day War.•
In 1971, the junior division, com-
posed of young adults 30 and under,
raised $62,000 for the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund.
The junior division campaign an-
nually involves some 300 workers.

.

TAU EPSILON RHO LAW FRA-
TERNITY, Detroit Graduate Chap-
ter, elected Daniel S. Weiss
chancellor at a meeting Jan. 18.
Other officers elected were Robert
L. Krause; vice chancellor; Gary
Weiss, master of the rolls; Nor-
man S. Miller, bursar; and David
I. Rosin, Paul Sislin and Stephen Auschwitz Exhibit Set
C. Cooper, Jewish Community
BONN (JTA)—An exhthition,
Council delegates.
"Polish Documents on Auschwitz,"
• • *
will be held next September in
the Steglitz quarter of Berlin, the
Ex-Lion Karras to Roar
munkipality announced.

at Cong. Shaarey Zedek;
_
Kibutz Weekend Mapped,

-Alex Karras, the former all-pro'
tackle of the Detroit Lions, will be
featured speaker at the annual
Sports Night sponsored by Shaarey:
Zedek Men's Club Feb. 17 at the
synagogue.

Karras promises to cover all
topics in his speech and answer'
questions. The -evening 'will get un- .
der way with a buffet dinner at
6:30. There will be prizes and sur-
prise gifts.
The event is open to all. For
reservations call Shaarey Zedek,
357-5544.
Sports Night replaces the "kiddies
night" spongored every winter by
the men's club, said Myron Mil-
grom, men's club president. Chair-
man of the event is Alvin Robinson.

OkCHEST



Shaarey Zedek's Men's Club will
MAX SCilgur
hold its annual Kibutz Weekend
For Good Phadogrophs
April 8-9.
and Prompt Service
Fathers, sons and grandsons will
Call Me et-
gather at the synagogue that Satur-
day evening and travel to Camp
County Employes
Tamarack, where they will use the
Feted on Retirement
facilities of the camp's Butzel
- tar Mitzvis
After combined service to Wayne Center. They will return Sunday
w• a.m. I. Your Homo
County of 65 years; two area resi- evening.
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years, were among the four long-
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Mrs. Jonas, who bas been act:
(Directly to Rome)
ive in the Ladles Auxiliary of
the Jewish War Veterans, wiR
vacation with her husband Sol
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Shepherd also has been active
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