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June 15, 1973 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-15

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34—Friday, une 15, 1973

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Women Await 'Food for Thought'

(9n the :Air

This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

ETERNAL LIGHT-TV

Time: 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 4.
F ea t u r e: "Zlateh the
Goat," an original drama
based on a children's story
by Isaac Bashevis Singer.
* * *

ETERNAL LIGHT—RADIO

Waiting for their table's "financial expert" to join their
_
luncheon discussion at the recent "Family Affair, or what
you always wanted to know about money but were afraid
to ask" are, clockwise from the top, Mesdames Kurt West,
Samuel Soss, Harry E. August, Abraham Cooper, Abraham
Kutlov, Lewis B. Daniels, Nathan Kaplan, Philip Marcuse
and John C. Hopp Sr. "Family Affair" was an estate-
planning seminar for women held at the Jewish Center and
sponsored by the endowment committee of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation — United Jewish Charities.

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "A Conversation
with Dr. Avraham Biran,"
director of the department of
antiquities for the state of
Israel.

* * *
COMMUNTY CURRENTS

Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WDEE (1500).
and
Time: Noon Tuesday.
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
Feature: A conversation
with Prof. Abraham Karp,
May 23—To Dr and Mrs. president of the Jewish His-
Howard J. Pollock, former torical Society of America.
* * *
Detroiters of Houston, a son,
Benjamin Eugene.
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
* * *
Time: 6:45 a.m. Sunday.
To Dr. and Mrs. Steven A.
Station.: WOMC-FM (104.3).
Weiner (Cynthia Brand), 2154
Feature: The Ge v a tron
Lake View, Ypsilanti, a son, Troupe will sing in a pro-
Bryan Harris.
gram dealing with the music
and people of Israel, nar-
rated by Norman Rose.
• * *

Announcemetits

June 12—To Dr. and Mrs.
Burton Fogelman (Rochelle
Brode), 24026 Geneva, Oak
Park, a son, Randall Scott.
* * *
June 6—To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Meer (Sondra Kalo-
witz of New York), 13844
Kenwood, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Susan.

*

* *

June 5—To Mr. and Mrs.
Eric Brown (Lynn Metzger
of Detroit) of Tarzana, Calif.,
a daughter, Amanda Sarah.

June 2—To Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Steinberg (Barbara
Goudsmit of Oak Park) of
North Bergen, N.J., a daugh-
ter, Deborah Arlene
* * *
May 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Pierce (Arlene Nel-
son), 2778 Comfort, West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Karen Beth.

*

* *

Trio Heads
Plans for Fete
Citing Jackier

Three communal leaders
have been named to head
the committee for a recep-
tion, at which Detroit attor-
ney Joseph H. Jackier will
receive the Distinguished
Service Award of the Jewish
Theological Seminary 4:30
p.m. June 28 in the Standard
City Club.
Irwin I. Cohn is reception
chairman. David B. Herme-
lin is co-chairman, and sem-
inary overseer Louis Berry
is honorary chairman.
Jackier will be cited by
the seminary for exemplary
leadership in communal en-
deavors. A sponsoring com-
mittee has been organized
for the reception.

May 28—To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Weiss (Linda Bassin),
23401 Church, Oak Park, a
son, Jeremy Reuben.
* *
May 27—To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward M. Schanz (Vera
Camen), 15568 Stratford,
Southfield, a daughter, Robyn
Ann.
* * *
Contest for Design
May 26—To Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Chinitz (Karol Sny- of Games Announced
der), 24040 Ithaca, Oak Park,
Educational games are a
a son, Steven Michael.
serious-business to the organ-
izers of Edugame 73, an in-
ternational competition for
RABBI LEO
the design and development
of educational games being
conducted in conjunction with
seminars planned in Israel.
Expert Unite/
Serving Hospital , and Home-
The event will coincide
LI 2-4444
LI 1-9769
with the opening of a new de-
sign center in Tel Aviv and
is co-sponsored by an arm of
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH UNESCO and the Israel Min-
istry of Commerce. Deadline
Specialized
for registration is June 30.
MOHR
First prize for a winning de-
sign is $5,000.
In Home or Hospital
F o r information, contact
557-9666
Leon Gordon Miller, U.S.
competition coordinator, 1220
Huron, Cleveland 44115 (216-
REV. SIDNEY
781-5533).

GOLDMAN

RUBE

Mohel

358-1426 or 357-5544

..

"4

Rev.

HERSHI. ROTH

Certified Mohel

A chair in the study of Ha-
sidism has been inaugurated
at Bar-Ilan University in the
name of Clara and YITZ-
CHAK LEIB SZNAJDER-
MAN of Caracas, Venezuela.
Dr. ABRAHAM R U B I N-
STEIN has been appointed to
the chair. Dr. Rubinstein de-
livered his inaugural lecture
on "The Hasidic System of
Thought of Reb Yaacov Yitz-
chak of Przysucha."

HIGHLIGHTS

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "The Role of the
Synagogue in a Changing
Community," discussed by
Rabbi Hayim Donin of Cong.
Bnai David: Hugh Broder,
president of Temple Beth
El's youth group; and Lillian
Maltzer.

*

*

LVBAVITCH
JEWISH HOUR

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday
Station: WNIC (1300)
and
Time: 1 a.m. Monday
Station: WNIC-FM (100)
Feature: Rabbi Yitschak
M. Kagan will moderate a
program of music and spe-
cial features for the Jewish
community.
• * *

BNAI SHALOM

Time: 10 p.m. Sunday
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7)
Feature: Phil Blazer pro-
vides a contemporary pot-
pourri of Jewish humor,
music, culture and literature.

*

* *

JEWISH WORLD
Time: 4 p.m. Thursday

Station: WMZK (98)
Feature: A presentation of
Israeli and Yiddish music
and other features.
* * *

REFLECTIONS IN SOUND

Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WCAR (1130)
Feature: Rabbi Harold S.
Loss will explore some funda-
mental Jewish themes pres-
ent in today's popular music.
* • *

RELIGION IN THE NEWS

Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday
Station: CKWW.
and

RELIGIOUS SCOPE

Time: 11:20 p.m. Sunday
Station: Channel 9
Feature: Rabbi Jonathan
Plaut of Temple Beth El,
Windsor, will discuss news
items in the Jewish com-
munity.

Common sense is a com-
pass we never think of con-
sulting unless we have lost
our way.

Industry and Labor, All Faiths Emerge
Platform Mates in Honors for Bushkin

So extensive is the high re-
Dr. Fill, Dr. Israel Mow- great dignity and devotion to
gard for Jack Bushkin, th e showitz of New York who was educational needs in this
labor relations mediator who the guest speaker, Irwin I. country.
Cohn who made the presenta-
Robert Holmes, head of the
was the honoree at the 18th i lion ' of the Yeshiva U. dis- Michigan Brotherhood of
annual dinner of DetroH tinguished service award, the Teamsters, spoke in Bush-
Friends of Yeshiva Univer-1 honoree in his acceptance kin's honor and there were
sity, that the function held at speech and Daniel A. Laven, 'generous g if t s to Yeshiva
the Shaarey Zedek Wednes- 1 who was presented as the University from his group
n e w chairman of Detroit and from many non-Jewish
day evening resulted in al friends of Yeshiva U., joined as well as Jewish sources.
merging into fraternal unity in appeals for increased fi-
Maj. pen. William J. Wein-
of industry and labor, repre- nancial aid to the university. stein formally opened the
Dr. Mowshowitz especially dinner program. Cantor Nich-
sentatives of all faiths, lead-
ers in finance and education. emphasized the services ren- olas Fenakel led in the sing-
dered by t h e university's
Conducted under the toast- branches — the Albert Ein- ing of the national anthems.
mastership of Dr. Leon Fill, stein College of Medicine, Rabbi Israel I. Halpern gave
who was last year's honoree Belfer Graduate School, Fer- the invocation. Norman Allan
of Yeshiva University, the kauf School of Humanities, len in the lbenshen. Abraham
dinner, attended by more Isaac Elhanan Theological Borman introduced Daniel
than 650 supporters of the Seminary and other depart- Laven as the new chairman
of Detroit Yeshiva U.
New York university and ments.
Friends. Rabbi Hayim Donin,
friends of the Bushkins, was
Special greetings were ex- a Yeshiva graduate, and
an occasion for review of the
Yeshiva U. achievements tended by the speakers to the William A. Schwartz, of New
and appeals for continued ef- university's president, D r . York, Yeshiva U. adminis-
Samuel .Belkin, on the 30th trative director, were among
forts in its behalf.
anniversary of his services the honorees on the dais who
to the school whose expan- were •presentd to the audi-
sion he has motivated during ence.
the past three decades.
Bushkin w a s commended
for his consistent labors in
behalf of the university over
a period of many years. In
his response to the honors
accorded him, Bushkin ex-
Rabbi Boas Cahan and pressed pride in his labor
SUMMER
Miriam Cahan instilled in for the school and his joy in
their daughter "a belief that being able to continue it un-
THINGS
the mysteries of life are interruptedly.
for a
Frank Fitzsimmons, presi-
worth the unraveling." In
prefatory acknowlegements dent of t h e International
FASHION
to her "Women and Sex," Brotherhood of Teamsters,
FLING!!
published by Pantheon who was to have been one of
New Colors and styles
Books, a division of Random the speakers, was unable to
to make you feel as
House, Leah Cahan Schaefer attend but sent a warm mes-
good as you'll look
sage
of
greeting
to
Jack
states: "For their (her par-
Open
Friday 'ill 7, Daily 11-5
ents) love of knowledge and "Babe" Bushkin as a man of
their respect for its pursuit,
I am the recipient of this
rich heritage."
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The frankness is accom-
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• Bar Mitzvahs
Mrs. Schafer's case his-
tories, in all their frankness,
all the intimacies, are ac-
companied by a summary of
findings and by suggestions
about sex education. She is
a strong advocate of "effec-
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excellent tool for enhancing
education about sex would
be a modified therapy group,
in which young adolescents
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