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September 13, 1963 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-09-13

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Jewish Comm-limit y Council Adopts More Complete• Calendar Format

Dr. Samuel Krohn, chairman
of the Internal Relations Com-
mittee of the Jewish Community
Council, announced that publi-
cation of the Council's Calendar
of Community Events will re-
sume for the season on Sept. 20.
The calendar is a bi-weekly
listing of organizational events.
It has been maintained by De-
troit's Community Council for
the past 20 years in order to
reduce friction in the schedul-
ing of affairs by community
organizations.
Dr. Krohn's announcement
noted that the calendar will
assume a new format this sea
son. Program, educational and
fund-raising events of commu-
nity interest will be listed in
detail. Routine membership and
board meetings will be an-
nounced by date only.

Organizations are urged by
the Community Council to con-
tinue listing dates for all events
with the Council Calendar Sec-
retary at WO 2-6710. This list-
ing should include regular board
and membership meetings. The
scheduling of the information
with the Council office will help
prevent duplication and will
make it possible for the Council
to advise organizations of all
events scheduled for any par-
ticular date.
As in past seasons, each cal-
endar will cover a three-week
period. The forthcoming calen-
dar will list major community

dates and regular meetings for
the period of Sept. 20 to Oct. 11.
Dates for Community Council
committee meetings were an-
nounced by Sidney M. Shevitz,
Council president, and Louis
Rosenzweig, chairman of the
Community Relations Commit-
tee. The season's first meeting

Holiday

For

Entertaining

For Holiday Giving

CANDIES

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MRS. ARNOLD
ARNOLD BUNIN

Sydelle Rita Brand was wed
to Arnold Robert Bunin in a
Sept. 8 ceremony performed by
Rabbis Leon Fram • and M.
Robert Syme at Temple Israel.
The newlyweds' parents are
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin B.
Brand of Wildemere Ave. and
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin S. Bunin
of Greenlawn Ave.
The bride wore a French im-
ported champagne gown of
rose pointe lace. The decollete
fitted bodice and A-line con-
trolled skirt were re-embroid-
ered with imported two-toned
frosted pearls. The chapel-
length train was detachable.
She wore a matching lace-scal-
loped rose pointe mantilla and
carried white hybrid orchids
and stephanotis with verigated
ivy on a mother-of-pearl prayer
book.
Mrs. Arnold Gold served as
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Terrence Chamber-
lain, Rob e r t a Pensler and
Carole Weinberg, cousin of the
bride.
Dr. Terrence Chamberlain
served as best man. Ushers were
Paul Bunin, the bridegroom's
brother; Jon Courte, Stanley
Gorman and Lawrence Wein-
berg, cousins of the bride.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the couple will make their
home on Woodbine Ave.



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Regrettable
Partisanship
in Bible Book

People and their customs and
beliefs, places and events in the
Bible, are explained by Esther
Kellner, of Richmond, Ind., who
already has authored three Bibli-
cal novels, in "The Background
of the Old Testament, published
by Doubleday.
Commencing with Abraham's
City of Ur, continuing with the
stories of Sarah and Hagar.
J o s e p h, Moses, • Ruth, Saul,
David, Jezebel, Isaiah, Esther
and Nehemiah, and events and
places related to all of them, the
author concludes with an inter-
esting chapter, "The Heritage."
In the latter chapter she tells
that "to the Hebrew people,
their faith was a joyous thing."
Yet, most surprisingly, her con-
clusion is that generations have
prayed for the advent of a
Messiah, and her last words are
that a humble young Jew stood
up to read Isaiah's words and:
"Thus did Jesus reveal the
nature of his destiny."
Since her evaluations are real-
istic in the main, her final chap-
ter including ably defined expla-
nations of the Sabbath and the
Jewish festivals, one must won-
der why the Christological
aproach. A study of the Old
Testiment can, as Jewish readers
hope it should, be a thing unto
itself. When it steps into a role
that sounds like a missionary
approach, the appeal to Jewish
readers is lost.
The Kellner book contains
many fine commentaries, it has
many maps and good illustra-
tions. The partisanship at the
end is regrettable.

Something New .. .

UN 3-6501

TEMPT 7, BETH AM MEN'S
CLUB Bowling League opens its
season Sept. 22 at Merri-Bowl
Lanes, Five Mile at Merriman,
Livonia. Anyone interested in
bowling - on Sunday mornings,
9:45 to 11:45, call Bob Sovel,
GR 4-2974, or Al Roberts.

of the executive committee will
convene on Sept. 23 at the Jew-
ish Center.
The Community Relations
Committee will commence its
meetings for the season on Sept.
25. This committee meets
monthly at noon during the
program season.

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39 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Sept. 13, 1963

Sydelle Brand Wed
to Arnold Bunin

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