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April 09, 1965 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-04-09

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Jane Feinberg to Wed Conscience Calls Miss Paula Nesselson
Leonard A. Weinstein Young Detroiters IVed to Alan Stone

In Monday's election, Mayor Abraham Levine of Mount Clemens
was re-elected without opposition.
Judge Burton Shifman was re-elected judge of the Municipal Court.
Norman W. Feder is one of the newly-elected members of the
Southfield City Council.
Milton Colburn is a newly-elected member of the Oak Park City
Council. Re-elected as Oak Park Councilmen are Sydney Shayne and
David Shepherd.

Several local college students
were among the Northerners
aroused enough by the brutality in
Alabama's civil rights struggle to
go down there and do something
about it.
Among them were University of
Michigan students Russell Linden,
Barry Bluestone and Martin Kane.
They were part of a contingent
from the university that responded
to an appeal by the Student Non-
Violent Coodinationg Committee.

MISS JANE FEINBERG

Mr. and Mrs. George Feinberg,
23521 Gardner, Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Jane Rachel to Leonard
A. Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Weinstein, 18310 Green-
wald, Southfield. Miss Feinberg
and her fiance attend the Univer-
sity of Michigan. No wedding date
has been set.

Ross Named to Health Unit

Described by Russell's mother,
Mrs. Samuel Linden of Santa
Clara Ave., as "serious-minded
young people deeply moved by
the struggle for voting rights in
the South," the students went
down to Montgomery to protest
police brutality prior to the
Selma-to-Montgomery march.
"They weren't looking for
trouble," she said, "and they
aren't the kind of boys to go
talking about 'plans for action'."
Despite their peaceful intent, the
demonstators were met with
ruthlessness, she said, and many
were bruised by the billy clubs
and whips of the mounted police
who rode into the group.

The youths found their Negro
hosts to be friendly and grateful.
But to return North, the eight
in Linden's station wagon. had
to ride a few hundred miles
out of their way to avoid the white
Alabama police. Michigan license
plates were not welcome in Ala-
bama, Linden explained.
A member of the student rights
group "Voice," Linden, 18, is a
freshman at U. of M. His parents
have been active in the fight for
human rights through the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress.

UAW President Walter J. Reu-
ther, president of the Community
Health Association (CHA), an-
nounced the election of JOSEPH
ROSS, president of Davidson Bros.
Inc., to the CHA board of directors.
Ross, whose firm operates 50 de-
partment stores and 12 specialty
stores in Michigan, Ohio and New
York, including the Federal Dept.
Stores, is engaged in numerous
community endeavors. Among other
things, he is a director of the
Michigan Welfare League, a trustee
of the United Foundation of De- 3 NY Rabbis Conduct
troit, a director of the Better Busi-
ness Bureau of Detroit, and chair- Seders for GIs Abroad
man of the Mayor's Committee for
Three New York area rabbis will
the National Cultural Center.
fly to U.S. overseas bases to con-
duct Passover services for Jewish
personnel of the U.S. Armed Forces
an missions arranged by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board com-
mission on Jewish chaplaincy. They
are Rabbi BARRY H. GREENE,
a former Navy chaplain and now
assistant rabbi of Congregational
Bnai Jeshurun, South Orange, N.J.,
For
who will conduct services for naval
personnel and their families at
us tOM,
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Rabbi
WILLIAM F. ROSENBLUM, rabbi
ua ity
emeritus of New York City's
Temple Israel, who will preside
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ores; and Rabbi SAMUEL COOK,
• WINDOW
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SHADES
Federation of Temple Youth, who
NORTHLAND
will conduct services for U.S. Air
CENTER
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ents in Bermuda.

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and Mrs. Irven E. Nesselson of
Stoepel Ave. was married to Alan
Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
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Harold Clurman, drama critic
of The Nation magazine, will speak
on "THE LEGACY OF THE THE-
ATRICAL THIRTIES" 8 p.m. to-
day in Helen DeRoy auditorium,
Wayne State University. His ad-
dress will be the last session in a
conference on "Theater of the
Thirties," sponsored by the uni-
versity's Program of American
Studies. No admission charge.
* * *
"Once We Were Slaves—" It is
significant that this reminder
which throughout the ages has ral-
lied Jews to the cause of other
victims of oppression, is the pre-
dominant theme of the Passover
Haggadah, one of the most ancient
of all Jewish liturgical texts. The
pervasive influence of the Hag-
gadah in arousing this passionate
commitment to the ideal of free-
dom—one of the most distinctive
of Jewish characteristics—is under-
scored in a forthcoming exhibition,
FROM PHAROAH'S SLAVES TO
A FREE PEOPLE, being held at
the library of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America in New
York.
* * *
Because it has been playing to
sellout houses the University of
Detroit Repertory Theater produc-
tion of Archibald MacLeish's "J.B."
will be seen in an extra perform-
ance this final weekend of the U.
of D. theater season.:
* * *
A pilot program to acquaint new
teachers with city government and
industry has been arranged by the
Detroit Public Schools and the IN-
STITUTE FOR ECONOMIC EDU-
CATION. Hosts for the opening
program and dinner Wednesday
was the Chrysler Corp.
* * *
The CHAMBER MUSIC WORK-
SHOP will present a program-meet-
ing 8 p.m. Sunday at the Institute
of Musical Arts. Following the pro-
gram, officers will be elected.
* * *
Dr. EMANUEL A. FRIEDMAN,
chairman of the department of
obstetrics and gynecology, at Mi-
chael Reese Hospital, Chicago, and
treasurer of obstetrics and gyne-
cology at the Chicago Medical
School, will be visiting chief at
Sinai Hospital of Detroit Thursday.
At 8:30 a.m., case presentations
will be discussed, and at 11 a.m.,
Dr. Friedman will lecture on ex-
perimental intra-uterine fetal sur-
gery. All interested physicians are
invited.
• * *
MARCUS COHN, Washington at-
torney, has been named chairman
of the campaign cabinet of the
American Jewish Committee's ap-
peal for human relations.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 9, 1965-33

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