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June 21, 1963 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-21

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MRS. SIDNEY FELDMAN

Edward Berman •
Gets State Dept. .
Diplomatic Post

Edward B. Berman of Detroit
has been appointed a career
Foreign Service Officer by
President Kennedy, the U. S.
State Department announced.
The appointment makes him a
Vice Consul and a secretary in
the diplomatic service. .
Born in Detroit in 1938, Ber-
man was graduated from Cen-
tral High School in 1956. He
received the B.A. degree from
Wayne State University in 1961
and did graduate studies at the
University of Pittsburgh until
1963.
His parents, Mr. and Mrs.
' Louis Berman, reside at 7439
Steger Court, Detroit.
Berman is presently attend-
ing the Foreign Service Insti-
tute in Arlington, Va., in prepa-
ration for his overseas assign-
ment.

Beth Carol Rosenberg be-
came the bride of Sidney Ivan
Feldman in a ceremony per-
formed June 16 at the Sheraton-
Cadillac Hotel.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. George Rosenberg Richard A. Lenter
of Sorrento Ave. and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph D. Feldman of Tal- Awarded Four-Year
bot Lane Huntington Woods.
The bride wore a gown of j Evans •Scholarship
ivory peau de soie with a bell-
Richard A. Lenter, 19, son of
shape skirt and a chapel train Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Lenter,
trimmed in Alencon lace and 20232 Braile, Detroit, has been
seed pearls and with a match- awarded a four-year Chick
ing pillbox crown. She carried Evans college scholarship by
white roses and stephanotis on the Golf Association of Michi-
her Bible.
gan, it is reported from Golf,
Maxine Rosenberg served her Hl.
sister as maid of honor. Brides-
Lenter was among 27 new
maids were Marcia Saks of Chi- winners announced by George
cago, Ill. Mrs. Stuart Finney, H. Webb, of Detroit, chairman
SylVia Feldman, sister of the of the caddie scholarship corn-
bridegroom. mittee of the Golf Association
Michael Feldman served his of Michigan. They were se-
brother as best man. Ushers lected from a record total of
were Harvey Schwartzberg, Ted 101 candidates.
Steinbergh and Stuart Finney.
Lenter will be among approx-
The newlyweds departed for imately 460 Evans scholars in
a Miami Beach honeymoon. college this fall, including ap-
They will live on Schaefer Rd. proximately 100 from Michigan.
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The G.A.M. has awarded 310
scholarships since joining the
o
nation-wide Evans program in
1948.
This is the caddie scholarship
program that Chick Evans, vet-
‘fiti• eran amateur golf star initiated
in 1930. By the end of this
I This Week's Radio and
summer approximately 1,500
Television Programs
Evans scholarships will have
THE ETERNAL LIGHT
been awarded nationally.
Time: 11:45 p.m. Sunday.
Each scholarship covers full
Station: WWJ.
tuition and housing and is re-
Feature: "Words we Live By." newable for four years. Its
a discussion of the Bible be- value is in excess of $2,500.
tween Mark Van Doren and
Lenter's selection was made
Maurice Samuel.
possible by the financial sup-
* * *
port given to the nation-wide
THE JEWISH HERITAGE
Evans program by more than
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
45,000 golfers this year, includ-
Station: 1/VCAR.
Feature: Hon. Abba Eban will ing 10,000 in Michigan and the
read "Selections From Ecclesi- members of the Knollwood
astes," in both English and Country club where Lenter
caddied.
Hebrew.
* * *
To qualify for the scholar-
TO DWELL TOGETHER
ship, each boy must caddie at
least two years at a G.A.M.
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK (radio and member club, must graduate in
television simultaneously).
the upper 25 per cent of his
Feature: Senator Wayne high school class, and must
Morse will discuss U.S. Mideast need financial help to attend
policy with Lawrence Gubow, college. The scholarships are
U.S. District Attorney and awarded on a competitive basis
vice president of the Jewish using these factors.
Community Council.
L.enter, a graduate of' Mtn-Il-
* * *
ford High School, • will enter
COUNCIL-ALTMAN HOUR
the University of Michigan in
Time: 10 p.m. Saturday.
September and will reside in
Station: WJLB.
the Evans Scholars Chapter
Featurz!: Marshall Brenner,. house in Ann Arbor.
president. of the Michigan Coun-
cil of the American Jewish Con-
gress, will speak on the role of Philadelphians Pay
the Congress in local and na- Tribute to Daroff
tional matters.
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) —
* * *
More than 100 noted Philadel-
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
phians joined the officers and
Time: 11 a:ra. Sunday.
directors of the Israel Investors
Station: WXYZ.
Corporation at the Warwick
. Feature: Rabbi Karl Weiner, Hotel here to pay tribute to
Temple Judea, Skokie, Ill.. will Samuel H. Daroff for his con-
speak on "A Man is His Amen." tributions to every effort on
behalf of the State of Israel.
Socialites • to Dance
Avrahm Harman, Israel's Am-
Detroit Socialites will hold a bassador to • the United States,
dance 9 p.m. Sunday at Cong. brought Israel's greeetings to
Beth Moses, featuring the music Daroff and to the assemblage.
of the "Dominoes." Refresh- He told of the great strides
ments will be served by club being made by private invest-
hostesses. The public is invited. ments in Israel. -

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tai ink rant-Grossman

Engagement Told

Director of Jewish
School Calls Public
Education Insufficient

Editor, The Jewish News:
I recently received a letter
(in answer to a letter about our
school) with the following con-
tents: "We do not live in a
ghetto, but as U. S. citizens,.
with equal rights and obliga-
tions to our country. Therefore
my children shall not attend a
Jewish school. They receive a
fine education in the public
schools."
Is this parent correct? We
say, No! For a Jewish child a
public school education, no mat-
ter how fine it may be is in-
sufficient. No Jewish child can
be adequately prepared for
adult life, nor enjoy his child-
hood completely without having
his general education supple-
mented by a Jewish education.
Jewish education is impor-
tant not only for the positive
values which it transmits, but
also for the psychological well-
being of the child. No Jew can
feel emotionally secure without
having developed affirmative
Jewish attitudes and without
knowledge of his antecedents,
his derivation and his cultural
heritage.
The child must know the
meaning of being a Jew, he
must understand the character
of his people and must want
to identify himself with them.
If the parents fail to afford him
an opportunity to do this
through Jewish education they
are not only denying him a
valuable background of knowl-
edge and information, but are
endangering his chances of de-
veloping a well-rounded and
emotionally stable personality.
MORDECAI TEILER
Director, Abraham
Reisen School of the
Workmen's Circle

Molly Picon will be seen in
her only two musical comedy
film hits together for the first
time at the Surf Theatre, 13135
Fenkell. The Yiddish movie
classics "Yiddle With His Fid-
dle" and "Mamele" will be
shown on June 27, 28 and 29.
Jewish organizations have been'
invited to sponsor the showings
as benefit performances.

The one whose business deal-
ings are with women will be
deviated to evil by thent—Kid-
dushin 82

PANCHITO

AND ORCHESTRA

Billy Wilder's filmization of
the Broadway hit "IRMA LA
DOUCE," starring Jack Lem-
mon and Shirley MacLaine, will
have its mid-western premiere
at the MERCURY THEATER,
McNichols Road at Schaefer,
today.
* * *

During July and August, visit-
ing hours at the air-conditioned
Detroit INSTITUTE OF ARTS
will be: Tuesday through Sun-
day, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Mu-
seum is closed on Mondays and
holidays. Miiieum visitors. may
enjoy informal food and bever-
age service in the Continental
Cafe operating in the Kresge
Court on the ground floor.

Madge Sue Birnkrant, daugh-
ter of the Consul of Austria and
Mrs. Norman H. Birnkrant of
Balmoral Dr., is engaged to
Thomas Joseph Grossman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Gross-
man of Fairfield Dr. The young
couple are making plans for a

June, 1964, wedding.

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Detroit's Zoo
Detroit's zoological park is
outstanding among the world's
zoos. Here more than 2,000
mammals, birds and reptiles
live much as they did in their
native habitat. It was among the
nation's first zoos to be built
with oarless exhibits, the spec-
tators and animals being sepa-
rated by vast moats.

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The new Mll length feature
"THE SAND CASTLE" opened
for an eight day engagement
at the Telenews Theater, Thurs-
day. It is a gay and whimsical
pipedream made of nothing
more consequential then a boy's
day at the beach.
On the same program is a
new color film "South Africa
Today." Late newsreels com-
plete the program.

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A dance concert featuring the
outstanding students of the
JUDY LEE SCHOOL OF THE
DANCE will be presented 1
p.m. Sunday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute. For tickets and in-
formation, call KE 3-0808.
* * *

Molly Picon Stars
in 2 Yiddish Films
to Be Shown at Surf

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