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February 18, 1972 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-18

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40—Friday, February 18, 1972

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi Prero Chairs
Melal‘ Maika in

of *7;11e718

Objects_ to Statement
on Busing by Rabbis
triiSa_;.!ifhstfitlfShffiblr!..--

have great respect for many of
the rabbis in our community and
would like to ask them to come
out. with forceful statements con-
Rabbis - teach us the precepts cerning our precarious Jewish fu-
of. Judaisni,- and I _.presume that ture, rather than declare them-
in: referettce
De- selves on an issue which does not
Rabbinical Coin miision felt serve Judaism at all.
thatOitt .precenf of justice Will be
VIVIAN C. STOLLMAN
served by; haSing no. other alter-
native Is"found..,


r

Rabbi Samuel H. Prero of
Young Israel of Greenfield_ has
accepted th" `-' --
chairmanship of
the midwinter
melave Malice of
Yeshivath Beth
Yehudah, honor-
ing David and
Evelyn Cohen, 9,
p.m. Saturday at
the Yeshiva
building.
Th e o ens
have been active Rabbi Prere
in Jewish, community life for many
years; and a cross-section of or-
ganizations have expressed their
willingness to participate in this

There -
greet:-.•injustice - done Wants Israel to Insist
to children of our country by hav-
ing many poor and disadvantaged on Halakhic Conversions
children 'attend inferior schools. Editor, The Jewish News:
I am amazed that the decision
the' 'Concept of justice be
served by Jewish parents allow- of the Israeli government to grant
ing their Children to be trans- the title Jew to anyone converting
program.
ported „to inferior - schools? _ Will to Judaism has gone unchallenged.
the Poor black child really bene- This is appalling because many
fit from attending the inferior people do not properly convert Medical Lectures
school with white suburban chil- either because they aren't sincere
in their intentions and their con-
versions are only for ulterior mo- for Senior Adults
Obviotialy this will not

.

FERRANTE and TEICHER, the 547-0021, or Mrs. Faye Pazen, 544-
exciting piano:team Coming to, the 2030.

Masonie l -Anditorium

March 11, "have been playing to-
gether since, both were six-year-
old prodigies at the Julliard School
Vtisic in New York.' During
their stay at"the school, they
worked With the same teaehers,
studying theory, conthotitiOn,
chestration, conducting and In'anci
ensemble. It was while studying
ensemble work that the seeds were
planted for what was to become
the nation's number one piano
team.
* *

_
WOMEN'S -VARIETY CLUB-
TENT 5, is holding its 12th an-
nual fashion show 12:30 p:m. March

IS at the Raleigh House. The pro-
ceeds from- the luncheon benefit
the Growth and Development Cen-
ter of Children's .HospitaL Doris
Levin is Women's Variety presi-
dent. Tickets spay be'- purchased

from the co-chairMen, Mrs. Mar-
tin Zide, 3537 5632, and Mrs. Sidney
Blinnenthat- 353-1547.

Labor Zionists Plan

The founding of -the PRAGUE-
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, which Purim Nighiclub
comes to the Masonic Auditorium
The Labor Zionist Alliance (Far-
8:20 p.m., March 3, came at a band, Habonim Youth, American
time of world economic crisis. In Habonim Association and Poale
the Depression year of 1934, a Zion) and Pioneer Women will hold
group of gifted, unemployed Czech a Purim Adloyada 8:30 p.m. Feb.
musicians assembled to establish 27 in the Labor Zionist Institute.
create a
Sy Sims, square dance caller,
A medical lecture series for a • new orchestra, based on the
just' situation. Instead, the Rab- tives, or they do not follow the senior adults, co-sponsored by the ' proposition that it work in films,
will be on the program. There also
binical. Commission could work Jewish law in their conversions ,medical staff of Sinai Hospital, opera and concerts. Rudolp h will be Israeli dancing, reading of
which nullifies the conversion.
hard,lo.promote.-a -plan for Equal
will commence 1 p.m. today at Pekarek was placed at the head of the Megila, community singing,
The magnitude of the problem
education for every child, with
the 10 Mile branch of the Jewish the orchestra as its chief conductor prizes, costumes (optional) and
the'same amount of Money alloted intensifies with the influx of im- Center.
and managing director, a post he refreshments—all in a, Purim night-
migrants from Russia, many of
..._ -per child.
This series, under the direction held until 1948 when he leftPrague club atmosphere.
- i''• The- opPosition to busing is mixed marriages.
of Dr. Gary Pierce, chief psy- for Australia. Pekarek's successor
There is a donation fee. For in-
It is my sincere hope that your chiatric resident at Sinai, will was Dr. Veclav Smetacek, one of formation, call the LZA office,
• an ?I‘r4
based on the .parents' con-
sera:
the physical welfare of paper will demand of the Israeli take place on the third - Friday of the leading conductors in Prague. 851-1606.
*
the, c
n: Parents of young government to insert the singular each month and will focus on
children, are-auta=d be afraid word halakha (Jewish Law) to physical or mental ailments re-
Volunteers, age 21' and over, are
to send their,_: * ' far away the Law of Return making it lated to the well being of senior needed by the SERVICE TO MILI-
from home for 114-kiitii - same rea- mandatory for conversion to be adults.
TARY FAMILIES DEPARTMENT
PHOTOGRAPHY
sons that the synagogues_ and tem- according to Jewish law.
At the opening lecture, the of the "REDCROSS at its down-
Specializing in
RABBI H. GOTTLIEB topic for discussion will be "Diet town office. After a period of train-
ples are moving to the 'suburbs.
Weddings, Bar Mitzvas, etc.
23041 Parklawn,
and Nutrition." The discussant ing, the volunteer will be able to
It is not integration that is being
feared generally, but the high
will be Mrs. Joyce Schumacher, handle any of a variety of types
Oak Park
342-2287
crime areas!
therapeutic dietician.

of work. A volunteer must be will-
.* * *
As to obeying the law, there JDL Member Complains
ing to work at least one-half day
will be two alternatives. Every- More Adults Should Have New Class Fee Set
a week on a regular basis; For in-
one will obey; however, those
formation, call Miss Wellman,
The Jewish Center announces a 961-3900, ext. •
who can afford it will send their Joined in Osipov Protest new class
82.
fee for senior adult
Editor, The Jewish News:
* a 4,
children to private schools,
members
next
semester,
which
At
the
demonstration
sponsored
while the less fortunate mate-
.1
r , ill
1.•
begins on March 13.
MRS. LILA REDER, president
rially will obey the law 100 per by the Jewish Defense League
Registration" will take place of the Oak Park chapter of the
WA544141.111WT7:41—r- i••
cent.
against the Osipov Balalaika Or-
_,!is Surely the Commission must be chestra at Masonic Auditorium, I March 5, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. for mem- Michigan Association for Learning
bers and 2-5 p.m. for both mem- Disabilities, invites the public to
Michigan's Oldest
aware of all this, yet it found it found myself face to face- with the bers_
and nonmembers. -
an open meeting 8 p.m. March 2
necessary to make a public state- extremist group, Breakthrough.
Senior adult, members of the at Frost Junior High School. Dr.
ANTIQUE
ment concerning this issue. This
Its members made no attempt
Center are eligible to en- Virginia Svagr, director of Learn-
statement does not enhance Juda- to hide their plans- for the Jewish Jewish
roll in any class at half the mem- ing Systems, Oakland County
ism. Nor will it win us any new people; and the venomous anti- ber's
rate—an innovation to ac- Community College, who is known
friends. I feel, that on the con- Semitic slogans which they shouted
Sunday Feb. 20th
the senior adult mem- for her ability to prepare college
- trary, it will provide us with new were not only directed at the JDL commodate
bers
who
would like to take ad- curricula for young adults with
enemies.
members who were there to con- vantage of classes offered by the learning disabilities, will speak on
What about strong statements
them, but were equally di- Center at the main building and "What Happens to the Child With
and stands on intermarriage? I front
rected toward those members of 10 Mile branch.
Learning Disabilities When He
limit Detroit
the Jewish community who for one
Many classes are offered at no Enters College?" Mrs. Olga Roy,
Chaffee Nr. 10 Mile
excuse or another could not be fee.
specialist
in learping disabilities,
MUSIC BY
Snack• Bar & Door Prizes
bothered to take part in the dem-
For information about senior also will give a presentation. For
onstration.
adult membership or program ac- information, call Mrs. Inez Gold,
Inforination 771-1772
With great pride, I observed the tivities call the Center, 341-4200.
young high school and college-age
HIS ORCHESTRA
JDL members as they marched Broomfield Halls Delay
968-2563
vigorouily for Soviet Jews, and at

one point nearly came to blows of Richmond 'Bus' Edict
RICHMOND

A
Virginia
Court
with Breakthrough members. Sev-
eral questions repeated themselves of Appeals decision to delay forced
over and over in my head: Where busing in Richmond was hailed as

are the survivors of the" Holocaust encouraging news for Detroit by
25611 "COOUDGE at Vernon
who should be here to see Lob- Congressman William S. Broom-
399-1300
field
<R-Royal
Oak).
singer .
"Six Million —
• COMPLETE LINE OF MUSICAL
Broomfield led the floor fight in
1111EGISTERED ELECTROLOGIST Again!''?
INSTRUMENTS & ACCESSORIES
the House of Representatives when
• RECORD ALBUMS — POPS,
ENROLLMENTS - BEING TAXEN
RICHARD LESLIE,
1 Specializing in the Permanent /
his bill to delay all such orders
- FOR PRIVATE & CLASS _
STANDARDS, ETC.
JDL
Member
:Removal of Unwanted Hair :I
pending appeal passed. That bill
INSTRUMENTAL
SALE frees $3.29
is now before the Senate with a
Moved to The
The WOMEN'S AUXILIARY of vote scheduled this month.
.11 ADVANCE 11111.DI1G — ROOM 260 I I the MICHIGAN STATE PODIA-

23077 Greenfield Rood
I TRY ASSOCIATION, Southeastern
-
Beth Shalom to Hear
Now Nordelond and Provide.* Hospital
I Division, will bold an art auction
.11
Pat!
N'
and exhibit 8 p.m. March 11 at
Controversial
Rabbi
Alvaro's Restaurant in Royal Oak.
D';•nt,,, Misfit 557-1108
_1. 13
Rabbi Martin Siegel, author of
champagne preview will pre-
-Wsnumseemsesemanommoila A
"Amen: The Diary of Rabbi Sie-
cede the auction.
gel," will address a combined
men's club and sisterhood meet-
ing of Cong. Beth Shalom 8:30
Gomins At
p.m. Wednesday at the synagogue.
Rabbi Siegel's i 'topic will be
and 4et the best' at lo9/eit: prices
"Should the Synagogue Survive?"
- Also - Goiimilor Mothers Prcinclnkithers
In his book, Rabbi Siegel con-
All Sizei
demns the modern-day synagogue
Planning a Bar Mitzva, Bat Mitzva., Wedding
and views pessimistically the fu-
... Gowns
ture of Judaism. His congregation
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that Rabbi Siegel was dismissed
at
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