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July 09, 1965 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-09

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Johnson Urged
Shirley F. Rosenbeig
Weds 111r. Loewenthal to Support UN

Levine-Blackman
Engagement Told

Genocide Rules

MRS. LAWRENCE LOEWENTHAL

Shirley Faye Rosenberg recent-
ly became the bride of Lawrence
Michael Loewenthal at Cong. Bnai
David.
The brides' parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel M. Rosenberg of Rob-
son Ave. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Erry S. Loe-
wenthal of Rosemary Ave., Oak
Park.
Joan Rosenberg, the bride's sis-
ter-in-law, attended her as matron
of honor. The bridesmaids includ-
ed Barbara Burke, Sandra Stein-
er and Susan Sidlow.
Best man was Gerald Young.
Jonathan Bodzin, Robert Barris,
Michael Rosenberg and David Sid-
low were ushers.
After a honeymoon in Chicago,
the newlyweds will reside in Oak
Park.

Kent Appointed
Presiding Judge

Common Pleas Judge George D.
Kent has been unanimously named
by his fellow judges to serve as
the court's presiding judge for the
next six months.
As presiding judge, he will serve
• as the court's
official spoke s-
man and handle
all miscellaneous
motions and other
court matters.
Judge Kent
was appointed to
the bench July 9,
1962, by then -
Governor John
S w a i n s on. The
Judge Kent
following April he won election to
the term he is now serving.
Prior to his judicial career,
Judge Kent served 13 years with
the prosecuting attorney's office.
Judge Kent is a member of
Cong. A h a v a s Achim, Mosaic
Lodge F&AM, Downtown Lodge
164, Bnai Brith and numerous civic
and veterans' organizations.

ALEXANDER E. LaPOINTE,
senior vice president, Manufactur-
ers National Bank of Detroit, has
been appointed to the administra-
tion group of the bank's commer-
cial banking department, it was
announced by William A. May-
berry, chairman of the board, and
Roland A. Mewhort, president.
CARROLL S. ANDERSON, vice
president and trust officer, suc-
ceeds LaPointe as officer-in-charge
of the trust department.

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The Michigan Ad Hoc Commit-
tee on the Human Rights and Geno-
cide Treaties this week asked
President Johnson to give concrete
expression of support to the prin-
ciples of the United Nations and
to the world wide observance of
International Cooperation Year, by
urging Senate ratification of the
three Human Rights Treaties and
the Genocide Convention, an-
nounced Dr. Tracy Pullman, chair-
man of the committee.
The Human Rights Treaties deal
with the abolition of certain as-
pects of slavery, forced labor, and
the promotion and protection of the
political rights of women. The
Genocide Convention makes pun-
ishable the physical extermination
of national, ethnic, racial, and re-
ligious groups.
Dr. Pullman pointed out that, in
1963, President Kennedy urged
Senate ratification of the Human
Rights Treaties.
The United Nations adopted the
Genocide Convention in 1949 while
the horror of the mass murder of
millions of civilians, including 6
million Jews, was still fresh in the
minds of the civilized world. De-
spite President Truman's enthusias-
tic endorsement and the favorable
recommendation of a special Sen-
ate subcommittee (1950), the U. S.
Senate has never considered the
Genocide Convention.
All four treaties have been rati
fied by the overwhelming majority
of UN member nations.
The Michigan Ad Hoc Committee
on the Human Rights and Genocide
Treaties was formed in December,
1964. Its 24 affiliated member or-
ganizations include Catholic, Jew-
ish and Protestant religious groups,
as well as a host of civic organiza-
tions.
The committee is planning a pub-
lic conference in the fall, to call
attention to the need for U. S.
ratification of these treaties.
Members - of the executive board
include Donald Hill, vice chairman;
Earl Mandel, secretary; Meta Rise-
man, treasurer; Alvin Kushner,
Rev. James Bristah, Rev. Donald
Schroeder and Father James Macy.

Standard Federal Assets Now Exceed $319,000,000

Total assets of Standard Federal $900,000 were added to reserves,
Savings and Loan Association of bringing them to the current level
Detroit now exceed $319,000,000, of $22 9098,323.11.
according to Robert J. Hutton,
president.
PHOTOGRAPHY by
The Association's 144th semi-an-
BERNARD H.
nual statement of condition shows
total assets of $319, 398,426.22 as
of June 30 which is a new all
time high. Savings held by the As-
sociation now stand at $288,342,-
850.25 and the Association now
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MISS HELENE LEVINE

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Levine of
Greenview Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their

daughter, Helene Frances, to Mel-
vyn Leon Blackman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Blackman of Mar-
lowe Ave. and St. Johns, Mich.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University, where she
was affiliated with Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority. Her future hus-
band is a graduate of Western
Michigan University.
An Aug. 15 wedding is planned.

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ARTHUR D. LEIDESDORF has
been appointed chairman of the
bequests and endowments com-
mittee of the American Jewish
Committee.

EXPECTING OUT OF TOWN GUESTS
FOR A WEDDING OR A BAR MITZVAH?

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Announcing the opening of Detroit's newest
care and treatment center for the aging
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and convalescent

Sidney Lazarus
New Windsor
Council Head

Sidney Lazarus, 2690 Academy
Dr., Windsor, was re-elected presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council at its annual meeting
June 28.
Lazarus entered Canada from
the United Kingdom in 1948 and
joined the Dominion Life Insur-
ance Co. in 1952. He obtained his
C.L.U. degree in 1955, the same
year in which he opened his own
general insurance agency.
During World War II he was a
sergeant in the R.A.F. He has
served on the executive of the Bal-
four Branch of the Canadian Le-
gion, the Windsor Insurance Agen-
cy Association and Life Under-
writers Association of Canada. He
was a member of the Windsor
Traffic Safety Committee. His pre-
vious service to the Windsor Jew-
ish Community Council consisted
of being chairman of the day
camp, youth activities and admin-
istration committees. He at present
serves on the executive of Bnai
Brith and is a member of the
board of Shaar Hashomayim Syna-
gogue. He is married to the former
Ruth Aronoff and has three sons,
David, Brian and Jonathan.
Elected with Lazarus were: Mor-
ton M. Bernholtz, Henry Shanfield
and Gerald Freed, vice presidents;
Charles Zalev, treasurer, and Wil-
liam Tepperman, secretary.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
20—Friday, July 9, 1965

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