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November 26, 1965 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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Guttentag-Berent Rites Commander Cites Sharron Thomas Now
to Be S °hen in Winter Warning; Points to Mrs. Lawrence Simmer

Chinese in Syria

MISS ELYSE GUTTENTAG

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gutten-
tag of Ridgedale Ave., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Elyse Fern to Dr. David
Robert Berent, son of Dr. and Mrs.
S. M. Berent of Wisconsin Ave.
Miss Guttentag is a senior in
the University of Michigan's col-
lege of education. Dr. Berent grad-
uated from the University of
Michigan's dental school.
A Dec. 23 wedding is planned.

JWV Hits U.S. Role
in German Play on Oswald

WASHINGTON — Critical ques-
tions about cooperation by the
United States Embassy in Bonn
with Germany in production of
"Dallas — November 22nd," a play
in "extremely bad taste about the
assassination of President Ken-
nedy," have been raised by the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
National Commander Milton A.
Waldor said the play by former
Nazi screen writer Felix Lutzken-
dorf, who wrote Nazi propaganda
screen plays, did not merit the
cooperation of the American
Embassy. The embassy provided
pictures of President Kennedy and
U.S. Marine uniforms used in the
play. Commander Waldor said the
play amounted to "nothing more
than a semi-glorification and a
semi-justification of Lee Harvey
Oswald by depicting the assassin
as an intelligent idealist whose
guilt must be shared by society
in general."

U.S., Israel Elections
to Be Aired by Farband

Movsas Goldoftas, director of the
Hayim Greenberg Hebrew-Yiddish
School, will speak on the outcome
of the elections in the United
States and Israel at a Farband
gathering 8:30 p.m. Saturday in
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Benjamin Naimark, vice presi-
dent of Farband Branch 114, said a
question-answer period will follow
and refreshments will be served.
The public is invited at no charge.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 26, 1965-19

WASHINGTON — Reliable re-
ports that Red Chinese military
advisers are arriving in Syria
were cited by National Command-
er Milton A. Waldor of the Jewish
War Veterans as confirmation of
JWV warnings that Communist
China is seeking to penetrate the
Near East and foment an Arab
"liberation war" against Israel.
Waldor called attention to the
arrival in Syria of 185 military ex-
perts and technicians to assist the
Communist-equipped Syrian mili-
tary forces. He noted that 415
more are on the way to Syria from
Peiping under a new Syrian-
Chinese agreement.
"It is obvious that Red China
is trying to upstage Moscow in
wooing Arab favor and wants to
use Arab-Israel tensions as a
springboard," said Waldor.
He stressed that since Red
China is exploiting the Arab-Israel
conflict, "the United States should
react immediately and affirma-
tively to bolster Israel's military
potential to quickly crush any
Chinese-Syrian aggression."
Commander Waldor pointed out
that Red China "would like noth-
ing better than to create a di-
version in the Near East to esca-
late tensions in the Mediterranean
area so that American forces will
be tied down in reserve at NATO
bases and unable to answer rein-
forcement calls to Vietnam."

*

* *

`Mustn't Arm Germany
With Nuclear Warheads'

WASHINGTON (JTA) — A pro-
posal that West Germany be
equipped with long-range weapons
armed with American nuclear
warheads was attacked here by
the national policy committee of
the Jewish War Veterans in a
statement issued after a policy
meeting.
The statement, commenting on a
suggestion by a member of the
U. S. Atomic Energy Commission,
said America should cooperate in
a defense of West Germany and
Europe but retain possession and
control of nuclear weapons to pre-
vent escalation and proliferation.
"Let us not forget that twice in
this century, German militarists
unleashed viciously irresponsible
wars of aggression," the statement
stressed.

JWV Activities

BLOCH-ROSE AUXILIARY will
hold a rummage sale 8:30 a.m.-3
p.m. Thursday at the Canadian
Legion Hall, Ferndale.
The auxiliary will hold a mem-
bership meeting 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the Oak Park Community Center.
A social hour, with a "What's My
Line?" program will follow. For
membership information, call Fern
Seltzer, 546-5875.
* * *
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
POST and AUXILIARY recently
presented a flag to the Marine
Recruiting Office substation at
15950 Grand River. Representing
the post at ceremonies were Com-
mander Herbert Perchikoff with
officers Sol Foreman, Arnold
Wagner and Harvey Greene. In
attendance for the auxiliary were
officers Mrs. Herbert Perchikoff
and Mrs. Harvey Greene with Mrs.
Louis Weber and Mrs. Irwin
Weiser.

Branch Two Symposium
to Focus on Culture

Claimants Against Farben Sought by Treuhand

Information which may be of pensation Treuhand, 1241 Broad-
value to claimants who have al- way, New York 10001.
ready received payments as slave
laborers for I. G. Farben Co. in
MUSIC UNIQUE
the Auschwitz area is included in
FOR EVERY OCCASION
a report by Compensation Treu-
hand of New York.
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
The Compensation Treuhand has
issued the final report dated Sep-
427-9317
tember 1965 covering the agree-
ment concluded between the I. G
BALLROOM
Farben Co. and the Conference on
Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany.
BY
Claimants in that category who
have changed their home addresses
recently and have therefore not
COOLIDGE AT 9 MI.
received the report are asked to
LI 7-4470
send present addresses to Corn-

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MRS. LAWRENCE SIMMER

In a candlelight ceremony Sun-
day evening at Adas Shalom Syna-
gogue, Sharron Lois Thomas be-
came the bride of Lawrence Sim-
mer. Rabbi Jacob Segal and Cantor
Nicholas Fenakel officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Thomas of
Appoline Ave. and Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel S. Simmer of Fairfield
Ave.
The bride wore a satin gown
with long bridal sleeves, a prin-
cess waist and appliques on the
bodice, down to the front of the
skirt and on the chapel train. It
had a bow at the back waist, and
the gown was scattered with seed
pearls. Her veil was a French lace
mantilla.
Matron of honor was Mrs.
Rollin Parker, the bride's sister,
and serving as bridesmaids were
Mrs. M i t c h e l Simmer, Mrs.
Gerald Borsand, Nancy Keller,
Barbara Abramson and Rima
Saslove.
Joel Simmer, the bridegroom's
brother, served as best man. Ush-
ers were Mitchel Simmer, Rollin
Parker, Leonard Borman, Ronald
Silberman and David Glazer.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rica and the Virgin Islands, the
couple will reside on Lincoln Ter-
race Dr., Oak Park.

Menacing Climate
on Vietnam Seen

The American Jewish Congress
believes that threats and pressures
against critics of American policy .
in Vietnam have evoked a "menac-
ing climate" in which lawful dis-
sent is punished as political dis-
loyalty.
In a resolution adopted by its
national governing council, the AJ
Congress said national leaders of
both political parties had "forgot-
ten or at least temporarily set
aside" the principle of public de-
bate of great national issues."
"The desire of administration
spokesmen to mobilize public en-
dorsement for U.S. military inter-
vention in Vietnam," the resolu-
tion said, "has unhappily been ac-
companied by an apparent willing-
ness to countenance limitations on
free speech and free assembly in-
consistent with the tenets of an
open society."
The resolution called for "un-
fettered public discussion of pub-
lic issues—however shrill, irritat-
ing and distasteful to those who
may disagree."
Deploring the role of govern-
ment officials in "the evolution of
a public mood in which any criti-
cism of American foreign policy in
the Far East becomes hazardous,"
the resolution cited statements by
Attorney-General Nicholas deB.
Katzenbach that demonstrators
against U.S. policy in Vietnam
might be prosecuted and by J. Ed-
gar Hoover, director of the Fed-
eral Bureau of Investigation, that
Communists were exploiting the
protest against the Vietnam fight-
ting.

A symposium of Jewish culture
in Israel and America will be pre-
sented at a meeting of Branch
Two, Labor Zionist Organization,
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Z. Freeman, To Hoot at Center Dec. 2
A hootenanny will be held at
18005 Indiana.
Morris Plafkin and Aaron Kut- the Jewish Center 8 p.m. Thurs-
nick will participate in the pro- day in the Allen Lounge. The
gram. Co-hosts are Mr. and Mrs. event is free. Refreshments will
be served.
Abe Friedman. Guests invited.

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