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August 27, 1965 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-08-27

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Erlich-Switzer Vows `Schatten Affair': Nancy Kraft Marries Dr. Friedlaender Returns as Chairman
Solemnized on Tuesday Frederic Morton's Dennis Alan Schulman of ZOD's Annual Balfour Concert
Dr. I. Waiter Silver, Irving
Dr. Alex S. Friedlaender will Panush,
Sniderman, Dr. Bernard Weston and
Noteworthy Novel
again serve as chairman of the Reuben Young.

MRS. MILTON ERLICH

Ivajean Switzer became the
bride of Milton Erlich in a candle-
light ceremony Tuesday at the
Mayfair Room. Rabbi M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Switzer of Ruther-
ford Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Erlich
of W. Outer Dr.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza trimmed with Alencon
lace and appliqued in seed.
pearls. A crown of silk organza
petals trimmed with matching
lace and seed pearls held her
bouffant veil. She carried her
consecration Bible covered with
white roses and Phaelanopsis. or-
chids.
Linda Switzer, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Fred Erlich, Mrs.
Fred Kamienny, Jacque Myers and
Brs. Ronald Soloway. Fred Erlich
was his brother's best man. Ushers
were another brother, Stewart Er-
lich, Fred Kamienny, Edward Co-
hon and Ronald Soloway.
After a honeymoon in Chicago,
the couple will reside in Oak
Park.

Negev Floor Control
Flood-control dams are being
built by the Jewish National Fund
in the northern Negev and the
Arava to protect settlements from
damage caused by the winter rains.

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Frederic Morton, whose sensa-
tional book "The Rothschilds" had
a long run as a best seller, has
woven an exciting plot in his new
novel, "The Schatten Affair," pub-
lished by Atheneum (162 E. 38th,
NY 16).
Holding the reader's attention
throughout, the new novel, distin-
guished by a plot of unusual com-
plications, is knit together not only
by the exciting actions in the
drama, but also by the inclusion
of the unusual set of characters
who enact the interesting episodes.
It is a story about Leon Spey—
his name was abbreviated from
Spiegelglass—who comes to Berlin
as a public relations man to stage
a dramatic opening of a new hotel
for an American chain.
To dramatize the event, he
seeks the services of Prince Schat-
ten, and that is how he comes
to be a guest in the Schatten
palace which was turned into a
hotel.
It is there that he meets Irene
Ahn, who had been married to
the Schatten heir, and her father,
Dr. Ahn. She is an aloof woman
and the secret of Schatten's where-
abouts is kept from Spey until the
very end, when he learns that the
prince is dead, that the Ahns are
playing a game to acquire the
property.
But Spey schemes to subdue the
Alan woman. With difficulty, he
finally reaches out to her, has an
affair which turns into a love
game. Only the death of the Alms
in an explosion plotted by Dr.
Ahn ends the drama.
The public relations woman in
Berlin who first meets Spey—Dr.
Ida Holze; the chauffeur Karl
Heinz, Spey's uncle Julius whose
role is enacted in humorous
fashion, are among the cast of
characters who contribute to good
acts, to an interesting plot, to a
well-motivated story.
The Nazi background occasional-
ly enters into the Berlin story. The
Viennese background of Frederic
Morton — he was born there — no
doubt assists him in delineating
Germanic characters.
Above all, the splendid form of
Morton's narration is what makes
"The Schatten Affair" stand out
as a noteworthy novel.

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Flor-
ence Goldenberg Dworsky Hall has
been dedicated at the Hebrew Uni-
versity, in honor of Mrs. Dworsky,
a past president of the Los Angeles
Friends of the Hebrew University,
now secretary of the Los Angeles
organization.
Mrs. Dworsky's three nephews,
Harold, David and Kalman Golden-
berg of Minneapolis participated
through the Jacob Goldenberg
Fund with the Hebrew University
to honor Mrs. Dworsky "in recog-
nition of her devoted pioneering
efforts" in behalf of the Univer-
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MRS. DENNIS SCHULMAN

Nancy Elizabeth Kraft and Den-
nis Alan Schulman were married
Sunday at the Imperial Room. Rab-
bi Benjamin Gorrelick and Can-
tor Reuben Frankel officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. James Kraft of Robson
Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schulman of Omaha, Neb.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of peau de soie with a
chapel train, three-quarter-length
sleeves and a scoop neck. The
gown was trimmed with seed
pearls and Chantilly lace.
Maid of honor was Wendy Susan
Kaplan. Bridesmaids were Faye
Deytshe, Merrily Sunshine of Den-
ver, and Mrs. Michael Kraft of
London, the bride's sister-in-law.
Dr. Samuel Shukert was best
man for his brother-in-law. Ushers
included Michael and Steven Kraft,
brothers of the bride; Harvey
Reimer and Alan Babbit of New
York.
The newlyweds will reside in
Dayton.,

Rep. Roosevelt Appointed
to United Nations Post,
Succeeding Klutznick

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

WASHINGTON — The appoint-
ment of Rep. James Roosevelt,
California Democraft, to be U.S.
representative to the United Na-
tions Economic and Social Council
with the rank of ambassador
Wednesday drew predictions that
Roosevelt will concern himself
with the problem of Soviet anti-
Jewish pressures and similar issues
which he pursued as a member of
Congress.
Rep. Roosevelt is resigning from
his seat in Congress to accept the
presidential appointment.
He has been particularly inter-
ested in Arab-Israel peace and re-
cently offered a series of proposals
to strengthen the security of Israel.
The post he will fill at the UN
is the one held by Philip M. Klutz-
nick, well known Jewish leader and
former president of Bnai Brith.
* * *

Balfour Concert this year, it was
announced by Carmi M. Slomovitz,
president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of Detroit. The 33rd annual
concert will present master violin-
ist Nathan Mil-
stein, who will
appear with Paul
P ar a y and the
Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra,
Nov. 21 at Ford
Auditorium.
A Balfour Con-
cert workers'
kick - off brunch
will be held 11
Friedlaender a.m. Sept. 12 at
the new ZionistH o u s e , 18501
West 10 Mile, Southfield. Philip
Slomovitz, editor and publisher of
The Jewish News, will speak on
"Zionism — The Preserver of
Jewry's Dignity."
Serving with Dr. Friedlaender
are the following committees:

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, August 27, 1965-25

For information, call the Zionist
House, 353-3636.
* * *

ZOD Picnic Meeting Set

Carmi M. Slomovitz, president of
the Zionist Organization of Detroit,
announces a picnic and board
meeting 1 p.m. Sunday at the sum-
mer home of Judge and Mrs. Ira G.
Kaufman on Union Lake. Plans for
the coming year will be discussed.
For reservations, call the ZOD
offices, 353-363e.

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