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March 19, 1965 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-03-19

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$36100 Bnai Brith Israel Bond Sale

At the Bnai Brith Israel Purim festival program Sunday evening,
co-sponsored by 15 lodges and their chapters, at which 536,100 in
Israel Bond subscriptions was announced are (from left) Alex Ger-
suk, Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith Israel Bond chairman; Mrs. Jack
Sayles, women's council president, and Sol Moss, men's council presi-
dent. Gersuk, chairman of the evening, presented awards to Mrs.
Sayles and Moss for dedicated services to Israel and the Israel Bond
cause. Co-sponsors of the affair held at the Beth Abraham social hall,
were: Bloch, Brandeis, Centennial, Downtown-Fox, Grant, Handler-
East. Side, Jacobson, Israel, Motor City, Morgenthau, Oak-Woods, Rex,
Suburban and Zager-Stone lodges and chapters and Grant chapter.

Brtai Brith
Activities

BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL CHAPTER will hold its
installation dinner-dance 6:30 p.m.
March 28 at the Golden Nugget
Night Club. All single Jewish men
and women are invited for the
dinner. For information, call Mollie
Foster, UN 3-4885.
* * *
TIKVAH CHAPTER will install
officers noon Tuesday at Gemiluth
Chassodim Synagogue. Mrs. Phillip
Fealk, vice president of District 6,
will i n st a 11 Mrs. Raymond Ris-
mann, president; Mesdames Sam
Marks, Jack Weinberg, Lewis
Levin, vice presidents; Mrs. Charles
Belsky, treasurer; Mesdames
Monte Meskin, Sol Lumberg, Wil-
liam Utley, Charles Berman and
Sam Goldstein, secretaries; Mrs.
William Casman, sentinel; Mrs. Sol
Superfon, guide; Mrs. Carl Nelson,
historian; and Mrs. Andrew Berger,
counselor. Mrs. Louis Barden and
Mrs. Daniel Brickner are hostesses.
Luncheon will be served.

Barbara Schultz to Wed
Larry A, Goldstein

Exhibit of American Judaica
An exhibit of recent American
Judaica arranged by the Jewish
Book Council of the National Wel-
fare Board will be featured at the
second Jerusalem International
Book °Fair, to be held April 4-13
in Jerusale's Convention Hall.

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BERNARD H.

WINER

MISS BARBARA SHULTZ

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Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Shultz of
Pembroke Rd. announce the
Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings
engagement of their daughter Bar
bara to Larry A. Goldstein, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Goldstein of
W. Outer Dr.
Miss Schultz' fiance is a graduate
of Wayne State University's col-
lege of pharmacy and is a mem-
ber of Rho Pi Phi and Alpha Epsi-
lon Pi fraternities.
A June wedding is planned.
Chairmen included Dr. Leonard
Moss, Judge Burton Shifman,
Charles Wexler, David Lebenbom
and Dr. Norman Drachler.
Among the consultants were
Samuel Lerner, Mrs. Alan Nathan,
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Recorders included Mrs. David
Kliger, Mrs. Arthur Rosenberg and
Mrs. Alex Mann.

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`New Climate' Lauded at Mercy College Dialogue

"Never before, in the history of
the church, at least, has there
been such an opening of spirit,
such a will to understand, such
an awareness of human fraternity,
such a growing sense of world
community and concommitant re-
sponsibility."
Mother Mary Luke Tobin, the
first American woman admitted
to sessions of the Vatican Council,
gave a glowing account of "A
New Climate" at the second an-
nual Jewish-Catholic Dialogue at
Mercy College March 11.
Sponsored by the college and
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, the dialogue explored
the theme through workshop ses-
sions and lectures.
Mother Luke, superior general
of Sisters of Loretto and na-
tional chairman of the Confer-
ence of Religious Superiors of
Women, shared the stage Thurs-
day evening with Dr. Joseph L.
Lichten, director of the ADL's
department of intercultural af-
fairs.
"The real differences between
us," said Mother Luke, "can be
respected only when both Chris-
tians and Jews are willing to prac-
tice the love of neighbor that
both their faiths exact from them."
Dr. Litchten observed that the
Vatican declaration on the rela-
tionship of the Church and the
Jews has done much to remove the
age-old canard that the Jews are
deicides "and an accursed people."
"A stream of protest against
such teaching, against, the cruelty
that it has engendered for 16 cen-
turies, has arisen within the
church," he said.
Morning keynote addresses were
by the Most Rev. G. Emmett Car-
ter, bishop of the Catholic dio-
cese of London, Ont., and Rabbi
Leon Feuer, president of the Cen-
tral Conference of American Rab-
bis. Rabbi Feuer agreed with
Bishop Carter that differences
must be admitted in interfaith re-
lations. Bishop Carter admitted
that a "legitimate spirit of con-

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version can never be eliminated."
Rabbi Feuer said that God
gave to mankind "the personal-
ity of Jesus because He felt the
example of Jesus was needed."
He hastened to add that Jews
could not . accept Jesus as a
Messiah, but as a prophet, like
Moses.
During the afternoon, leadership
teams took up "Tensions and Re-
sponsibilities" in the home, social
relationships neighborhood, church-
state relationships and education.

PLASTIC
COVERS

CANDID ART

News Brevities

Oakland University's second
MEADOW BROOK MUSIC FES-
TIVAL July 8-Aug. 14 will offer
an expanded season of 18 concerts
with the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra and a list of soloists in-
cluding Isaac Stern, Phyllis Cur-
tin , Claudio Arrau and Jerome
Hines. Sixten Ehrling will conduct
15 programs with Robert Shaw
taking over the orchestra in the
fourth week of the season.

*

* *

State Sen. SANDER LEVIN will
speak on legislation at the Francis
Scott Key PTA meeting 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the school. The nomi-
nating committee will present its
slate for the coming year and re-
freshments will be served. The
public is invited.
* * *
GARELICK'S GALLERY will
open an exhibition of recent paint-
ings and lithographs by Richard
Florsheim April 4 at a preview
and reception 2-6 p.m. The exhi-
bition will extend through April
24. Florsheim's work is represent-
ed in many museums and major
private collections throughout the
world.
* _ * *
A public meeting on human
rights will be held 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday at the Huntington
Woods Library and Cultural Center.
Sponsor of the meeting is the Hunt-
ington Woods Human Rights Asso-
ciation. BURTON I. GODDIN, ex-
ecutive director of the Michigan
Civil Rights Commission, will re-
view the purposes and function of
the commission.

*

*

The public is invited to an open
house and general membership
meeting of PASTEUR PTA 7 p.m.
Tuesday in the school. Bill Yearby,
University of Michigan All-Amer-
ican tackle, and his teammate John
Rowser, halfback, will show and
comment on colored films of the
1965 Rose Bowl game.

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8 p.m. Thursday at a meeting at
Pepper school. Burton It. Shif-
man, Oak Park municipal judge
will be moderator.
* * *
"THE CRISIS IN WET NAM"
will be discussed by Wayne State
University faculty members be-
fore the 17th District Young Dem-
ocrats 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
UAW Hall, 8222 Joy. The public is
invited. For information, call Sol
Plotkin, TE 1-1723.
* * *
"Masks of Guerreo," the newest
ballet in the repertory of the
BALLET FOLKLORICO of Mexi-
co, will be seen in Detroit for the
first time 8 p.m. March 26 and
2:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. March 27 in
the Masonic Auditorium. Tickets
available at the auditorium and
downtown Grinnell's.
*
*
The SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
will appear for a single perform-
ance 8 p.m. April 3 in the Masonic
Auditorium. Tickets available at
the auditorium and downtown
Grinnell's .
* * *
WINSHIP SCHOOL STUDY
GROUP will meet 1 p.m. Wednes-
day at the home of Mrs. Louis
Kaminsky, 18951 Lauder.
Dr. Henry Krystal, psychiatrist,
will speak on "Problems of Addic-
tion in Children."
* * *
DR. LEONARD McDERMID of
Lafayette Clinic will discuss Erich
Fromm's "The Art of Loving"
Monday 8:30 p.m. at the Sherwood
Forest Branch library.

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Criterion Club to Honor
Vice President at Dinner

The Criterion Club, social and
cultural organization for single
adults, will honor Ruth Traison,
club vice president and chairman
of the committee on membership,
at a testimonial dinner-dance, 7
p.m. Saturday at Pyrros Restaurant.
* * *
The public is invited without
"DANGER ON THE RIGHT" reservation.
by Arnold Forster and Benjamin
Epstein of Bnai Brith's Anti-Def- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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