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April 06, 1973 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-06

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`Man in Space'
Topic of Local
Chapter Talk

Henry Guttentag, mana-
ger of the photo electro-
reprographic department at
'ord Motor Co. research and
gineering, w i 11 present
Man in Space 1982" before
the Detroit Chapter of Amer-
ican Society for Technion
8:15 p.m. Monday at North-
land Inn. Guttentag, a mem-
ber of the American Tech-
nion Society, recently
addressed the faculty of
the Technion. He has com-
pleted the design and fabri-
cation of a cavity which will
allow t h e production of
unique diaphragms for use
in mechanical heart s. He
also will speak on "advanced
industrial photography."
Bernard J. Cantor, patent
attorney, will serve as chair-
man for the program meet-
ing. third in a series. Julius
J. Harwood, president of the
Detroit Chapter, invites
friends. Refreshments will
be served.

Alumni Defend
`South End' Handling
by University's Board

Friday, April 6, 1973 29

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Women's

WOMEN OF JEWISH NA-
TIONAL FUND will meet
noon Tuesday at the Zionist
Cultural Center. Milton Ja-
coby, director of public rela-
tions of the Jewish National
Fund of America, will speak.
Mrs. Frank Silverman, presi-
dent of Women of JNF,
called the meeting an ex-
pression of JNF's apprecia-
tion to its members. A des-
sert luncheon will be served.
Hostesses for the day are
Mesdames Samuel Baker,
William Hordes, Louis Ger-
mansky and Jule Kraft.
* * *
CITY OF HOPE CANCER
FIGHTERS will meet noon
Monday at the Raleigh
House. Mrs. Elliot Schubiner
will report on the May door-
to door drive. Luncheon will
be served. The rummage sale
originally scheduled for to-
day will be rescheduled.
* * *
PYTHIAN SISTERS is ac-
cepting merchandise for a
June rummage sale. For
pickup, call chairman Ros-
etta Weiner, 836-4602, or
Ruth Goldman, 356-6653. The
district convention will be
held May 2 in Ann Arbor.
For information, call Esther
Rachleff, 968-3888.

* * *

Club news

HOOD will hold a white
elephant sale noon Monday
at Cong. Bnai Moshe. For
pickup of items, call co-
chairman Ann Curtis, LI
7-2790, or Libby Levenson,
LI 7-5529. Sylvia Ross will
be auctioneer.

* * *

AD AS SHALOM SISTER-
HOOD President M r s . Sol
Hammerstein announces the
election meeting will be held
12:30 p.m. Monday in the
synagogue social hall. Conti-
nental luncheon will be
served. Rabbi Jacob E. Segal
will speak on "Justice in
Judaism." The opening
prayer will be given by Mrs.



Mail Copy Early
for April 20 Paper

Because Passover
begins Monday eve-

ning, April 16, The
Jewish News office
will close early that
day. All those who
wish to submit public-
ity for the issue of
Friday, April 20, are
urged to mail or hand
deliver copy early next
week to ensure its
publication.

BNAI MOSHE SISTER-

Bnai Brith Women to Install
Mrs. Ira Albion as President

Mrs. Ira Albion will be in-
stalled as president of the
Bnai Brith Women's Coun-
cil of Metropolitan Detroit at
the council's 28th annual in-
stallation dinner 7 p.m.
Thursday at Adas Shalom
Synagogue.
She will be installed by
Mrs. Henry P. Onrich, past
president of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council.
To be installed with Mrs.
Albion are Selma Cohen, Mrs.
Maynard Kalef, Mrs. Harold
Rowe, and Mrs. Philip Ru-
binoff, vice presidents; Mrs.
Paul Newman, treasurer;
Mesdames David Freeman,
Burton Levitt and Harold
Levine, secretaries; and Mrs.
Andrew Berger, junior past
president.

Mrs. Albion, who will cele-
brate her 25th year as a
Bnai Brith woman this year,
is a past president of the
Maurice C. Zeiger Chapter
and past president of the
Bnai Brith Women's Bowling
Association of Metropolitan
Detroit.
She is a member of the
Michigan regional advisory
board of the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization, Michigan board
of directors of the Anti-De-
famation League and re-
cording secretary of the
Bnai Brith Women District
6 Bowling Association. Mrs.
Albion and her husband have
two children
Over-all installation chair-
man is Mrs. Sylvia Ross. Ar-
rangements are being han-
dled by Mrs. Bernard Ro-
gow, chairman, and Mrs.
Henry Schore, Mrs. Jack B.
Freedman, Martha Kushmar,
Mrs. John Hornfield and
Mrs. Jack Freedman. Ticket
chairmen are Mrs. John
Klein and Mrs. Lee Diamond.
Publicity chairman is Mrs.
Maynard Kalef.
Following dinner there will
be entertainment featuring
"The Mrs. Three." Tickets
are available through the 27
chapters of the Bnai Brith
Women's Council or by call-
ing Mrs. Klein, 557-8585, or
Mrs. Diamond, 352-1122.

A resolution adopted by the
board of directors of Wayne
State University Alumni As-
sociation strongly supports
the action of the university's
board of governors in its
effort to normalize conditions
on the student newspaper and
to prevent repetition of prej-
udicial practices by the South
End.
The resolution states:
"Resolved, that the board
of directors of the Wayne
State University Alumni As-
sociation — out of concern
for the adverse effect that
the South End is having on
the attitudes of the commu-
nity and the alumni toward
Wayne State University and
in the belief that the students
of Wayne State are entitled
to a newspaper of high jour-
nalistic standards — hereby
supports President Gullen
and the Board of Governors
to bring about a high stand-
ard of fairness in the student
newspaper."
Proposed by Herschel P.
ik, a member of the
alumni board, he was joined
by leaders among the uni-
versity's graduates who ex-
pressed the hope that there
will be an end to rancor and
MRS. IRA ALBION
that the demand for journal-
istic standards at Wayne
State University will not be
ignored.
Fink expressed confidence
in WSU President George
Gullen's sincerity in handling
The Bodzin Family Club will meet 8 p.m. Sunday at
the entire matter. Meanwhile,
it was learned that Sameer the home of Mr. and Mrs. Josh Asher, 27200 Franklin,
Abraham has been removed Southfield.
* * *
* * *
from the chairmanship of the
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Sol Zeme attended the mar-
Student Newspaper Publica-
tion Board. His tenure, along riage of their granddaughter Debra Esther Waintrup
with that of Ernest Benja- to Alan J. Mittelman in Abington, Pa. The bride is the
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Harold B. Waintrup of
min and Richard Dresser,
was revised in the new char- Abington. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
ter. . -
David Mittelman of Wynnwood, Pa.

(activities in Society

Israel Culture Gap Closing

Harry Steinberg. Mrs. Man-
uel Katzman is program vice
president. Friends are invited
and a baby sitter is available.

* * *

-

uca•ion is a political and
ideological concern. The ex-
pectation, in short, is that
disadvantaged students will
have greater academic
success if they attend inte-
grated rather than segre-
gated schools."
He told the delegates that
the center is now engaged in
testing these assumptions in
a pilot integrated school. Re-
sults show "that the disad-
vantaged students in the pro-
ject achieved better than
similar students in other
schools; that middle class
students in the project also
achieved better, leaping for-
ward, as a matter of fact,
even more rapidly than did
the disadvantaged students,"
Dr. Adler said.

MIAMI BEACH (JTA) —
A prominent Israeli educator
said here that his nation has
waged "only an initial skir-
mish" in narrowing the ed-
ucational gap between its
citizens of European and
Oriental origins.
Dr. Chaim Adler, address-
ing 1,000 delegates at the
biennial convention of the
National Council of Jewish
Women, specifically referred
to the division that exists be-
tween Jews of Asian and
African background a n d
those whose origin is Euro-
pean.
Dr. Adler, the director of
search in Education of the
search i nEducation of the
Disavantaged in Israel, said
that "In Israel as in the
United States integrated ed-

BNAI DAVID SISTER-
HOOD will hold its annual
champagne donor luncheon
noon May 2, at the syna-
gogue. Mrs. Alan Weiner,
chairman, announces that a
boutique and art sale will
start at 10 a.m. Champagne
will be served during the
boutique sale. Following the
luncheon, a fashion show will
be presented. For ticket in-
formation and seating reser-
vations, c a 1 1 Mrs. Isador
Eisenberg, 968-7538, or Mrs.
Nathan Cohen, LI 2-0233.
* * *
NORTHGATE. CHAPTER,
Pioneer Women, will hold a
luncheon and games party
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noon Monday at the North- Israel Women's Lib,
gate Apts. recreation hall. Topic of Hashomer
r1fr
Guests are invited. For in-
SAVE! ‘' SAVE!
Americans for Progressive
formation, call the president,
Mrs. Clara Sherizen, 398-7097. Israel — Hashomer Hatzair
BUY DIRECT
* * *
— will present "Women's
FROM THE
Liberation
in
Israel"
8:15
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
p.m.
Thursday
at
the
Oak
IMPORTER
GREENFIELD SISTE R-
HOOD wil hold its annual Park Community Center.
SEYMO1L114.
Guest speaker will be Valia
Passover oneg Shabat 3:30
KAPLAN
p.m. Saturday at the syna- Hirsch, managing editor of
and Co.
gogue. Rabbi Samuel Prero Israel Horizons and execu- 4)
will speak on "The Value of tive secretary of the national
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
Celebration at Home." A office of Americans for Pro-
OF FINE DIAMONDS
30555 Southfield,
question-answer period and gressive Israel — Hashomer
Suite 100
refreshments will follow. Hatzair.
6454200
Hostesses are Mesdames Ben
A social hour will follow.
Wrotslaysky and Ernest The meeting is open to the
public. For information, call
Greenfield.
* * *
Devera Stocker, 864-8035.
NEGBAH CHAPTER, Pio-
neer Women, will meet noon F—
All the Latest in Modern Photography
Wednesday at Big Boy Res-
taurant, Lincoln Center.
* * *
398-1182
YOUNG WOMEN OF JEW-
ISH NATIONAL FUND will
Candids — Movies — Portraits
hear a review of "Narcissus"
by Ann Goldmund 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
David Buckfire, 17036 Jill,
Southfield. For information,
call Mrs. Buckfire, 557-3683.
Nominal charge.
Teens 15-18 yrs. $
* * *
Complete
State Approved
BETH ACHIM SISTER-
HOOD will meet 11:30 a.m.
Call 968-1171
Monday at th" synagogue for
TWO LOCATIONS
a Torah petite lunch-
Workmen-s Circle of Detroit
eon followed by the annual
Hillel Day School
election of officers. An or-
18340 W. Seven Mile Rd.
32200 Middlebelt
iginal cantata. "Spokesman
(2 blks. W. of Southfield:
(bet. Northwestern & 14 Mi
of Redemption" honoring the
April 11 73-6-8 p.m
April 10, '73-6-8 p.m
25th anniversary of Israel,
April 23, '73-4-6 p.m
May 8. '73-4-6 p.m.
will be presented by Rabbi
Milton Arm and Cantor
Simon Bermanis.
* * *
CLUB ONE, Pioneer Wo-
men President Chana Mich-
lin announces a meeting will
MARIE BECKER, MGR.
be held 11:30 a.m. Tuesday
at the Charter House Ants
a division of
recreation hall. A special
Passover program is being
Hutchings-Bloye Florists
arranged by Sara Levine.
Advance Bldg.
Brunch will be served, and
9 Mile & Greenfield
guests are invited. For in-
559-6111
formation and transportation,
16453 W. 7 Mile Rd. 48235
call Mrs. Michlin, 399-6839.

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