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September 17, 1965 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-17

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Max Franks Mark 50th Anniversary

When the children of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Frank,
19160 Indiana, honor
them Sunday, at Tam-0-
Shanter Country Club on
their 50th wedding anni-
versary, it will be a com-
munity event, recognizing
the couple's lifetime in-
terests in Jewish and
Civic movements.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
were married in Detroit,
Sept. 10, 1915. Mr. Frank
came here in 1907. Mrs.
Frank, the former Clara
Kohane, came to Detroit
in 1899.
They have two sons,
Seymour J. (Jimmy) and
MR. AND MRS. MAX FRANK
Robert Gerald; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Roy R. (Muriel) Fisher Jr., seven grandchildren and three
great-children.
Mr. Frank has been active for many years in the Allied Jewish
Campaign and is devoted to the Zionist . cause. He is a member of
Perfection Lodge of the Masonic Order. The Franks are charter mem-
bers of Temple Israel.
Mrs. Frank, a former president of Hadassah, held the important
posts of president of the Women's Division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and of the Zionist Council. She served on the national
board of Hadassah and is a member of the national council of the
Joint Distribution Committee. She also served on the board of United
Community Services.

'No Prayers During School' - Edict
Handed Down by State Atty. General

LANSING — "Legal conclusions"
based on U.S. Supreme Court deci-
sions and the First Amendment of
the Constitution have led State
Attorney Gen. Frank Kelley to is-
sue a guideline on religious prac-
tices in the schools of Michigan.
Kelley, a Roman Catholic, said
the opinion handed to Alexander
Kloster, acting `
state superinten-
dent of public in-
struction, was "an
expression of
legal conclusions
and not a state-
ment of the per-
sonal views of the
present attorney
general."
According to
the rulings —
Students a r e
prohibited from
conducting a n y
religious exer c-
i s e s, including *age A
the saying of Kelley
prayers and Bible reading on pub-
lic school property during regular
school hours.

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A strictly voluntary program
of student prayer or other reli-
gious exercises is permissible if
it does not take place during
regular school hours.

authority is not used to get stu-

dents to attend the classes.

"Those of our citizens who be-
lieve that religious practices should
have a greater place in our public
schools are afforded the opportun-
ity of positive action by seeking
the adoption of a constitutional
amendment," Kelley said.

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This Week's Radio and
Television Programs

More than 200 Detroiters visited
the M. V. Eshkol on Sept. 9, on
its brief stay here at the dock
adjoining the Detroit Processing
Terminal, and visited with the
crew, examined the vessel and ad-
mired the newest among the Is-
raeli merchant shipping vessels.
Israeli cotton bales were dis-
mounted during the Eshkol's brief
stay here.
The vessel was named for the
cluster of grapes — the Eshkol —
that was brought back to the Is-
raelites in the Bible story about
the spies who went to examine
the Promised Holy Land.
During the festivities of the De-
troiters' visit on the M. V. Eshkol,
there was a buffet dinner, and
greetings were extended by Is-
raeli spokesmen.
Sidney Shevitz, who supervised
preparations for the reception and
dinner, spoke about Israel's ma-
rine progress and about the work
of Ampal-American Israel Cor-
poration, which assists in the
activities of Zim Israel Navigation
Co.
Others who spoke included Josh
Y. Gilead of the Chicago Zim
office, the ship's captain, Itai
Beeri, and Alex A. Lothan of Am-
pal's Chicago office. Lothan told
of new investments in Ampal made
available through the Israel De-
velopment Corporation that was
recently established as part of
Ampal's extensive activities.

Marriages

NOSANCHUCK - ALLERHAND:
Mr. and Mrs. Irving W. Allerhand
of New York announce the mar-
riage of their daughter Suzanne to
Melvin Nosanchuck, son of Mrs.
David Utley of Pontiac and the
late Dr. Barney N o s a n c h u k.
The couple will live in Chicago
where Mrs. Nosanchuck will con-
tinue her studies.

ETERNAL LIGHT

* * *

TENNENHOUSE BARLE V:
Arella Barley and Leonard Walter
Tennenhouse were married re-
cently at Imperial Terrace. Par-
ents of the couple are Mr. and
Mrs. Moshe Barley of Condon Ave.,
Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Tennenhouse of Gardner Ave., Oak
Park. The bride wore a ballerina-
length Empire gown of linen and
imported lace. Her headpiece was
of silk organza. Mrs. Gerald Ten-
nenhouse was matron of honor,
and Dr. Gerald Tennenhouse was
his brother's best man. Joshua
Barley, brother of the bride, was
usher. After a honeymoon in New
York City, the couple will live in
Rochester, N.Y., where the bride-
groom will study toward his PhD
degree in English at the Univer-
sity of Rochester.
* * *
KOLE ND E R - ROTHENBERG:
Judith Rothenberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rothenberg
of Pennington Dr., recently be-
came the bride of Nathan Kolen-
der, son of Mrs. Bela Kolender of
Richton Ave. The couple was mar-
ried at Cong. Beth Abraham and
held a garden reception in the
home of the bride's parents. Ma-
tron of honor was Mrs. Rochelle
Yager, the bridegroom's sister.
Barbara and Linda Rothenberg,
sisters of the bride, were her other
attendants. Michael Weisberger
was best man, and David Rothen-
berg, the bride's brother, and
Barry Yager were ushers.
The bride wore a short, A-line
dress of French silk faille with a
blouse top. Reembroidered lace
with pearls accented the bodice,
which had a scoop neckline and
bell sleeves. The headpiece of
matching lace held a French illu-
sion veil. After a honeymoon in
Canada, the couple is residing in
Detroit.

MESSAGE OF ISRAEL

* * *

TO DWELL TOGETHER

Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WJBK and Channel 2.
Feature: "How Would You Ans-
wer Julie?" a discussion on inter-
dating and inter-marriage with
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and college
students Sharon Burg and Phyllis
Waller of Wayne State University
and Douglas Miller of the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Members of the
Center Theater will dramatize a
related scene. The program was
postponed from a cancelled prev-
iously scheduled performance.

Charlene Ann Yollick,
Mr. Norber to Marry

Dr. Shlomo Steinberger
Returns to Midrasha

The United Hebrew Schools an-
nounces the return of Dr. Shlomo
Steinberger of Israel, to the teach-
ing staff of the Midrasha.
Dr. Steinberger taught at the
Midrasha for three years and then
returned to Israel, where he served
as assistant to the principal of the
Teachers Seminary of Hassidism.
Dr. Steinberger is on sabbatical
leave in the United States to ob-
serve the use of aids in the teach-
ing of social sciences. This year in )
the Midrasha, he will teach Jewis
philosophy, Halachic literature,
history and Bible. Since he was last
here, Dr. Steinberger has received -1
his doctorate from the University
of London.

"Human society is based on
want. Life is based on want. Wild-
eyed visionaries — I name no
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yollick of names — may dream of a world
Gilchrist Ave. announce the en- without need. Cloud-cuckoo-land.
gagement of their daughter Char- It can't be done."—H. G. Wells.
lene Ann to Raymond F. Norber,
son of Mr. Harry Norber of Whit-
comb Ave. and the late Mrs. Nor-
ber.
Orchestra and Entertainment
The prospective bridegroom at-
tends Wayne State University. The
couple plans a June wedding.

MISS CHARLENE YOLLICK

Larry Freedman

647-2367

MARTIN GANG, L o s Angeles
attorney and Jewish communal
leader, was installed as chairman
of the board of regents of the Im-
maculate Heart College, becom-
ing the first Jew to head the 50-
year-old Catholic girls institution.
Gang is active in the American
Jewish Committee and the Jewish
Federation-Council of Greater Los
Angeles.

PHOTOGRAPHY by
BERNARD H.

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Bar Mitzvahs — Weddings

VYIMMIMIL.

Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "L y r i c: Songs and
Prose Poems," last of a series of
15 conversations on the poetry of
the Bible, with Mark Van Doren,
professor emeritus of English at
Columbia University, and author
Maurice Samuel.
* * *

Time: 6 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ.
Feature: "Reform Jews Around
the World," a sermon by Rabbi
Jacob K. Shankman of Temple
Religion courses as part of a Israel,
New Rochelle, N.Y.
secular program of education are
* * *
"not prohibited when presented
CLASSROOM
objectively."
Time: 6:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Religious holidays may be ob-
Station: Channel 4.
served if the emphasis is "on
Feature: "The Collector," a por-
what unites rather that what trait of Whitman collector Charles
divides" — if school recognitiom E. Feinberg, and his procedure
of them is slanted toward teach- for tracking down original manu-
ing about their origin rather than scripts.
toward indoctrination. No religious
* * *
instruction or ceremony may be
STEREO THEATER
held to celebrate a religious holi-
Time: 8 p.m. Saturday.
day; symbols of religious holidays
Station: WDTM-FM (106.7).
may be used only for educational
Feature: Zero Mostel in the ori-
purposes and to promote the under- ginal Broadway cast recording of
standing of their significance.
"The Fiddler on the Roof."

Branch Hebrew and religious
schools being held in suburban
public schools will not be affect-
ed by the ruling. In fact, one
point clearly states "A board of
education may make school build-
ings available during off-school
hours for religious instruction
classes so long as the school's

Detroiters Greet
the M. V. Eshkol
on Its Visit Here

DR. MARVIN WECKSTEIN, De-
troit and Southfield phychiatrist,
will address the Ohio Academy of
Dental Practice Administration at
a statewide conference Saturday, in
Columbus, 0. He will speak on
"Psychiatric Aspects of Dentistry".
Max Winter has been elected
Dr. Weckstein has been conducting
a seminar and lecture series spon- president of the Minnesota Vik-
sored by the dental society in De- ings of the National Football THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, September 17, 1965
League.
troit.

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