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August 20, 1965 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-20

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Helene Stotzky Plans
D ecember Wedding

1

A.t.t- A Activities

Tlic-VAH CHAPTER will hold a
theatre party, 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Northland Playhouse. It will be the
opening night of "Camelot". All
seats reserved. For ticket informa-
tion call Mrs. Arthur Levin, DI 1-
0316. or Mrs. Abe Sampson, UN
1-2226.

* * *

Bnai Brith Human Rights
Exhibit at the Fair

Bnai Brith opened an exhibit
at the World's Fair highlighting
historic documents that deal with
the struggle for human rights
since the 13th century.
A rare 700-year-old parchment
copy of the i\Iagna Carta — the
only one in existence in the West-
ern hemisphere — is a feature
of the display at the Fair's post
office and exhibit hall.
This early version of the Great
Charter, owned by Justin Turner
of Las Angeles, who has placed it
on permanent loan to Bnai Brith,
originally belonged to one of the
English barons who forced King
John to sign a "rule of law" at
Runnymede in 1215.
The Post' Office, in cooperation
with the Bnai Brith exhibit, has
included a collection of stamps
commemorating important, events
in man's struggle to —;vance hu-
man rights, and the original art
work and engraving for the re-
cently-issued Magna Carta stamp.
The exhibit, titled "Let Free-
dom Ring," includes reproductions
of the Charter of Rhode Island,

MISS 'HELENE STOTZKY

At a recent cocktail party, the
engagement of Helen Stotzky to
Mitchell August was announced by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Stotzky of Southwood Ave., South-
field. Mr. and Mrs. Harold August
of Wisconsin Ave., are the parents
of the prospective bridegroom.
The bride-elect attends Michigan
Lutheran Medical College. Her fu-
ture husband attends Detroit In-
stitute of Technology.
The couple plans a Dec. 26 wed-
ding.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 20, 1965-21

Joan Beth Ettinger
Sherman Char to Marry

granting religious freedom; The
Virginia House of Burgesses' reso-
lution condemning "taxation with-
out representation"; The North-
west Ordinances prohibiting west-
ward expansion of slavery and
providiing for public education;
the 1826 Jew Bill of Maryland
permitting Jews to own prop-
erty; the Civil Rights Act of 1965;
and other documents.
"Let Freedom Ring" will be at
the Fair until Sept. 20. It will
then become a traveling exhibit to
be displayed on college capuses
throughout the country,

Plan 'Bible Land' Project

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A check for
$100,000, the first installment a
several million dollars to go to-
ward building a "Bible land" on
a five acre plot on the outskirts
of Holon, a suburb of Tel Aviv,
was presented to the town's mayor,
Pinhas Eylon, by Emanuel Henig-
man, of Memphis, Tenn. His col-
league in the project, Asfran Wil-
ensky, of Jacksonville, Fla., pledged
to raise the rest of the money by
1970.

-

H: Grant

NCORPORATED

*

*

Metropolitan BB Sponsor
3rd Annual Sports Night

The third annual night of sports,
sponsored by the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith bowling leagues
and their parent lodges, will take
place 8 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Ander-
son School, 3205 Catalpa, Berkeley.
Among the sports attractions
will be demonstrations on ball
handling and shooting by members
of the Detroit Piston basketball
team, a one-man volleyball team
who will take on a full team in op-
position, trampoline star Chuck
Thompson and black belt karate
instructor Russell Hanke.
Admission is free to members
with tickets obtained from bowl-
ing league secretareis or lodge of-
ficers. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, call chair-
man Al Brook, UN 4-1427.

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Act I St rY
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7 in Lint Jewels

MISS JOAN ETTINGER

Announcement is made of the
engagement of Joan Beth Ettinger,
daughter of Airs. Belle Ettinger of
Snowden Ave. and the late Mr.
Manny Ettinger, to Sherman Char,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Char
of Scotia Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect attends High-
land Park College and plans to
transfer to Wayne State Univer-
sity's college of education. Her
fiance attends the University of
Detroit.
A June 28 wedding is planned.

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