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July 30, 1965 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-07-30

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Week-Long Human Relations Institute
to Be Offered at Oakland University

A Human Relations Institute, co-
sponsored by the South Oakland
Chapter of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, the
Detroit Round Table and Oakland
University will be held at Oakland
University Aug. 16-22.
Scheduled for 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.,
the workshop has been designed to
appeal equally to parents, adults
working with youth groups, relig-
ious groups, social agencies,
schools, government and communi-
ty councils. Major emphasis will
be on the role of those influencing
youth in modifying behavior in or-
der to create better understanding.
Partial scholarship aid to cover
the tuition fee is available through
the Detroit Round Table for those
who could not attend otherwise and
who plan to put into practice the
results of their workshop experi-
ence.
For registration blanks, con-

Donna Arlene Weiss,
Joel Schulman Set Date

Sandra 111: Bowman
Wed to New Yorker

tact the Detroit Round Table,
150 W. Boston, 48206, or Oak-
land University, Mott Center of
Community Affairs, Rochester,
48063. The phone number is 338-
7211, extension 2176. For schol-
arship information, call Detroit
Round Table, TO 9.6306. Regis-
tration should be completed by
Aug. 10.
Among the specialists who will
be featured on the program will be
Dr. Mel Ravitz, associate professor
of sociology at Wayne State Univer-
city, and member of the Detroit
Common Council; Father Anthony
J. Kaufman, St. Mary's Roman
Catholic Church, Royal Oak; Clar-
nece Barnes, executive director,
Pontiac Urban League; Walter
Klein, executive director, Jewish
MRS. DOUGLAS MANN
Community Council of Metropoli-
Dr. Leon Fram, Rabbi M. Robert
tan Detroit; and a panel of teen-
agers composed of the Junior Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach
Round Table of Metropolitan De- officiated at the recent Temple
Israel ceremony uniting Sandra
troit.
Margo Bowman, daughter of Mr.

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and Mrs. Norman Lee of Owosso,
to Douglas S. Mann, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Seymour Mann of Eastchester,
N.Y.
Hedy Bowman was her sister's
maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
Janice Mann, sister of the bride-
This Week's Radio and
groom, and Prudy Holzhausen of
Television Programs
Grand Rapids. In the bridegroom's
party were his best man, Robert
ETERNAL LIGHT RADIO
Curtis of Shaker Heights, 0.; his
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
cousins, Allen and Andy Mann of
Station: WWJ.
New York; and ushers Jeffrey
Feature: Maurice Samuel and Leib, Michael Small and Marc Arn-
Mark Van Doren continue their koff, cousins of the bride.
series of conversations about the
The bride wore a French or-
poetry of the Bible with "Epic: the
ganza gown with an Empire
Kings," in which they discuss Saul,
bodice embroidered with Belgian
David and Solomon. Prof. Van Dor-
lace and seed pearls, elbow-
en will read his poem, "Last of length sleeves and a scalloped
the Judges," and the Psalm "Lam-
neckline. An organza bow was
ent on Saul and Jonathan" will be
set at the waist, and a chapel
read.
train was attached to the floor-
*
*
length skirt.
TO DWELL TOGETHER
After a four-week tour of the
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
West, the couple will reside in
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
Tuckahoe, N.Y.
Feature: "Honored in His Own
City," a celebration of the contri-
butions of composer Julius Chajes,
conductor of the Center Symphony,
with Cantor Harold Orbach per-
forming several of Chajes' com-
positions.
*
*
*
Jacob G. (Bud) Brown's 30-foot
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
sloop "Rhapsody" placed first in
Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
his division in the Port Huron-to-
Station: WXYZ.
Mackinaw sailing race last week-
Feature: "The Relationship Be- end.
tween Judaism, Government and
Brown, 18022 Wildemere, skip-
Politics," with Rabbi Eugene J. Lip- pered in the Cruising C Division.
man of Temple Sinai, Washington, He and his six-man crew, all of
D.C.; and Hon. Myer Feldman, this area, were from the Great
former general consul to President Lakes Yacht Club. The club's com-
Johnson.
modore, Iry Yackness, and Herman
*
*
Frankel, co-owners of "The Hun-
AGENDA FOR ACTION
tress," placed second in that divi-
Time: 7:05 p.m. Monday.
sion, in which some 38 boats com-
Station: CKLW-FM (93.9).
peted.
This was Brown's second year
Feature: "Arab Refugees: Vic-
tims or Pawns?" (Part One), the of racing. The 235-mile, three-day
first discussion between an of- race is one of the largest "inland"
ficial spokesman of an Arab gov- competitions in the country. "The
ernment and pro-Israel members of Rhapsody" completed the course
the AJCongress, on the subject of in 54 hours.
The crew included Brown's son,
the future of Arab refugees. Re-
presenting the Jordan government Steve; Warren Shwayder; Jim Wil-
is Weleed Sadi; and Shad Polier liams; Dr. Harvey Krieger; and
and Phil Baum represent the AJC. Morris H. Brown, a cousin of the
skipper.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Weiss of
George Washington Ave., South-
field, announce the engagement of
their daughter Donna Arlene to
Joel Schulman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Israel L. Schulman of Northlawn
Ave.
The future bridegroom attends
Walsh Institute. A July 16, 1966
wedding is planned.

Tombs of Dachau Victims
Desecrated in Germany

BONN (JTA)—Five tombstones
have been desecrated in a Jewish
cemetery at Erpting, where several
thousand Jewish victims of the
notorious Dachau concentration
camp lie at rest, the local police
chief in the town of Erpting re-
ported.
The cemetery is believed to con-
- tain the largest number of Nazi
holocaust victims in West Ger-
many.
The Erpting police official said
that several attempts to overturn
tombstones at the Jewish cemetery
there were made last week, and
declared he had the burial grounds
under surveillance.
Nevertheless, he reported, his
force had not noticed the desecra-
tions until daylight. He pledged to
make every effort to apprehend
the culprits.

The White House Conference on
Education, which concluded its
two-day sessions with a number of
proposals to revitalize American
education, included several Jew-
ish representatives amongst the
participants. They were Rabbi
Morris Sherer, executive vice presi-
dent of Agudath Israel of America;
Dore Schary, national chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith; Mrs. Joseph Willen,
president of the National Council
of Jewish Women; Max Birnbaum,
director of education of the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee and Samuel
Borowsky, general secretary of the
National Council for Jewish Edu-
cation.

SANFORD H. BOLZ, veteran
Washington attorney, has been ap-
pointed Washington counsel of the
American Jewish Committee.

SAM ROSENBLAT

ewry

Jacob Brown First
in Port Huron-to-
Mackinaw Race

Time: 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
Retired Admiral to View
Station: WDTM-FM.
Feature: "Public Funds for Pa- U.S. Operations in Israel
Cooking;.Fashion Shows
A wide range of activities will rochial Schools."
WASHINGTON (JTA) — The
* * *
highlight the community arts pro-
State Department announced that
STRATFORD PREVIEW
gram at the Michigan State Fair,
retired Admiral Elliott B. Strauss
Time: 3 p.m. Sunday.
which opens Aug. 27. These will
has been assigned to Israel, to help
Station: WDTM-FM.
be in addition to the regular com-
examine overseas operations of the
Feature: Bloch's "Schelomo,"
petition among exhibitors in the
United States government.
(Hebraic
Rhapsody
for
Cello
and
fields of baking, canning, needle-
On this temporary assignment,
Orchestra), with Leonard Rose,
work, hobby-craft, ect.
Admiral Strauss will join a two-
who is appearing at Stratford
man team of professional foreign
Sunday.
Greenberg Registration
service inspectors.
* *
Hayim Greenberg School is
Admiral Strauss is former direc-
accepting registration 10 a.m. to TV Program Rescheduled tor of the U. S. agency for inter-
3 p.m. daily for chlidren age 312
George. M. Zeltzer, chairman of national development programs in
to 5 for nursery and students for the Culture Commission of the Jew- Tunisia and the Malagasy Repub-
the afternoon classes and Sunday ish Community Council, announced lic. He is not Jewish, and should
school. For information call the a change in time of the Council's not be confused with Admiral Lew-
school, UN 4-6319.
regular weekly TV program, "To is Strauss.
Dwell Together."
His appointment was one of a
BL AIR MOODY, Jr., trial attor-
Effective Sunday, the program number in which distinguished pri-
ney for 13 years, announced his will be telecast each Sunday at vate citizens will be sent abroad
candidacy for Judge of the Wayne 9:45 a.m. It has been shown at 9:15 to help examine U.S. operations in
County Circuit Court.
a.m. Sunday.
a new undertaking.

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