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July 14, 1961 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, July 14, 1961 —

Conference of Christians and Jews
Plans Program for Understanding

The National Conference of
Christians and Jews will launch
a new, four-year • program de-
signed "to raise the general
level of public discussion and
understanding" among religious
groups differing on • issues of
public c on c e r`n, it was an-
nounced by Dr. Louis Webster
Jones, president of the or-
ganization.
Made possible by a grant 'of
$325,000 from the Ford Foun-
dation, the new project will be
known as Religious Freedom
and Public Affairs. It will
strive, according to Dr. Jones,
for three main objectives:
1. To analyze the varied prac-
tical and theoretical problems
involving political action and
religious freedom.

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Becomes Bride

Community Relations
Chairmen Named by
League of Women

MRS. L. WASSERMAN

Audrey Ann Iczkovitz, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Rhoda Iczkovitz of
Rosemont Ave. and the late Ber-
nard Iczkovitz, became the bride
of Lawrence Aaron Wasserman,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wasser-
man of Hartwell Ave. in a cere-
mony performed June 11 by
Rabbi Moses Lehrman and Cantor
Louis Klein at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
The bride wore a gown of
Chantilly lace with an illusion
bodice and high. neckline. It
ended in a short chapel train.
Streamers of white orchids
adorned her confirmation Bible.
Mrs. William Pitler, sister of
the bride, and Lilllian Wasser-
man, sister of the bridegroo
were the bride's ho
est
ants. Ronald W
e g party
man. Also in t
y I•vitz; Nan-
were Mrs. S
ill' Pitler and
cie Iczkov
in. Lawrence Magder
Berry
ld Magde co in
and
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Zieve and Simons Write
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Circling the globe with a star
reporter's notebook in A RE-
PORTER HERE AND THERE,
E. J. Kahn, Jr., is the harbinget
of a Random House July list that
runs the gamut from politics to
hocus-pocus.... James Cameron's
THE AFRICAN REVOLUTION
and Francesco Gabrieli's THE
ARAB REVIVAL are a team of
British imports calculated to en-
lighten the r ea der on these
trouble spots . . the contempla-
tive have a choice of Abraham
Kaplan's THE NEW WORLD OF
PHILOSOPHY and THE WIS-
DOM OF BUDDHISM.

Alice Rothbart, wife of • a
prominent Detroit pediatrician,
has announced her candidacy
for delegate to the forthcom-
ing Constitutional Convention..
She will be running on the
Democratic ticket from the 2nd
Representative District.
A political science major,
Mrs. Rothbart graduated from
the University of California at
Los Angeles with Phi Beta
Kappa honors, then continued
her studies at the Universities
of Chicago and Michigan Law
Schools.
Mrs. Rothbart has been active
in civic and cultural affairs for
many years, joining the League
of Women Voters in 1957. In
addition to being past finance
chairman of the League, Mrs.
Rothbart is' serving her 10th _
consecutive year as Michigan
regional treasurer of Women's
American Ort.
Dr. and Mrs. Rothbart have
three children.

Lee Franklin Weinstock, at-
Still available
torney, is in the race for Con-
in wedge form.
Con Delegate. A Republican,
she is the only woman candi-
date twice "preferred" by the
Detroit Civic Searchlight.
Active in Jewish affairs, in-
cluding the annual Book Fair,
she belongs to American Jew-
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Brevities

DETROIT LITTLE SYM-
PHONY will present its second
in a series of five concerts 7
p.m. Sunday at Metropolitan
Beach with Zinovi Bistritzky,.
associate concertmaster of the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
and concertmaster of the Little
Symphony as soloist, under the
direction of Francesco DiBlasi.
* * *

2. To bring greater intellec-
tual coherence and depth into
inter-religious relationships and
public policy.
3. to lessen destructive con-
flict created by different re-
ligious approaches to social
problems.

Mrs. Martin Naimark, presi-
dent of the League of Jewish
Women's -Organizations of Great-
er Detroit; announces Mrs. Sam
Wasserman, vice-president in
charge of community relations,
and her co-chairmen, Mrs. Mor-
ton Oppenheim and Mrs. Sidney
Katzman have made the follow-
ing appointments:
Mesdames Joseph Greenberg,
American Association for the
United Nations; Louis Redstone
and Oscar Hertz, Greater Detroit
Motion Picture Council; Joshua
Sperka, Israel Bonds; Paul Feld-
man, Jewish Book Fair; Philip
P. Fealk, Jewish Community
Council; Leo Orecklin, Keep De-
troit Beautiful; Jack Hornfield,
Michigan Cancer Foundation; Is-
rael Weiner, Michigan Society
for Mental Health; Fred Stock-
er, Muscular Dystrophy; Irving
Palman, Program Planners In-
stitutes; Samuel Danto, Promo-
tion of Art and Culture; J.
Stewart Linden, Round Table of
Christians and Jews; Paul Fen-
ton, Serve-A-Camp; Joseph Rod-
man and Marvin B. Levy, United
Foundation; and Carl S. Schiller,
Youth Awards.

Mrs. Alice Rothbart
In Con-Con Race

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