Western Michigan Hosts
Medieval Judaism Parley
Sessions on Medieval Judaism
were being held through today at
the third biennal Conference on
Medieval Studies at Western Mich-
igan University, Kalamazoo.
Allan Cutler, assistant professor
of Judaic studies and Medieval
comparative religions at Temple
University, Philadelphia, organized
the sessions with the cooperation
of Prof. John R. Sommerfeldt, di-
rector of the Medieval Institute of
Western Michigan University.
Thursday, sessions were on "Mai-
monides" and "Freedom and Au-
thority" and today's on "Jewish-
, Christian Relations" and "Liter-
Papers will be edited by Prof.
Cutler in a volume of Studies in
Medieval Judaism which will be
published in part with the aid of
Western Michigan University.
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BERNARD PAT BENTON
At 101/2 Mile Rd.
activities in Society
Mrs. Gerald H. Gewertz, 19425 Sussex, is one of 45 students gradu-
ated Thursday as a practical nurse at the 17th commencement exer-
cises of Sinai Hospital of Detroit's Shapero School of Nursing. These
Shapero students, who now are qualified to take the state license ex-
amination (none have ever failed), bring the total of graduates to 675.
The graduation program was held at the Jewish Center. The school,
endowed by the Cunningham and Shapero Foundations, was estab-
lished in September 1956.
Radomer Aid and Ladies Society will honor Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Wolok and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin - Helpern, who are leaving for
Israel soon, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Workmen's Circle Center.
Entertainment and refreshments will highlight the affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gell of Robson Ave. have left on the
S.S. Shalom for a six-week trip to Europe and Israel.
Troth Is Announced
`Hitler Daughter's' Betrot
to Rabbi's Son Denied
The Paris correspondent of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Ben
Porat, has labeled as "fantastic" a
story published in Israel that the
natural daughter of Adolf Hitler
was to wed the son of a rabbi.
The article, originally published
three months ago in Haolam Haze,
the Israeli weekly, was picked up
by several newspapers in this
country. One that appeared in the
Indianapolis Star was brought to
The Jewish News' attention.
A cable from Porat instructed
The Jewish News: "Stop. The Story
Is Not True. Stop."
Haolam Haze alleged that medi-
cal student Gisela Fleischer, 28,
was the daughter of Tilly Fleischer
and Adolf Hitler, adding - that she
was engaged to marry French au-
MISS JUDITH TANNENBAUM
thor Philippe Merwyn, the son of a
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Tannen- certain Rabbi Krischner.
baum (Edith Lazaroff of Detroit)
of Los Angeles announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Judith Ann Louise Falk to Wed
Nettie to Ronald Jay Press, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Press of Howard Green in June
Mark Twain Ave.
Miss Tannenbaum attends Ber-
keley University. Mr. Press at-
tended Wayne State University and
now attends California College of
Arts and Crafts. A wedding is
planned for June 19.
Set for Young Adults
Dances of the world will be per-
formed and demonstrated at a
"Soiree Internationale" 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at Adas Shalom Synagogue.
All young adults of the commu-
nity, age 20 to 30, are invited.
Members of the International
Institute dance troupe will be the
instructors, and refreshments will
be served by PGASP, (Post Grad-
uate Adas Shalom Presents), spon-
sor of the gathering. Nominal
charge for nonmembers.
• Bar Mitzvah
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as Council Prexy
Dr. Samuel Krohn was nomi-
nated for - a second term as presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
Council at this week's delegate
assembly at the Jewish Center.
The report of the nominating com-
mittee was submitted to the or-
ganizational delegates by Sidney
M. Shevitz, nominating committee
Nominated to serve with Dr.
Krohn as officers for the coming
year, were: Vice presidents, Avern
L. Cohn, Harold Berry, Irving
Pokempner; secretary, George M.
Seltzer; treasurer, Sidney J.
Karbel, for three years terms to
the executive committee: Judge
Benjamin D. Burdick, Lawrence W.
Crohn, Mitchell Feldman, Mrs.
Arnold Frank, Lawrence Gubow,
Rabbi Max Kapustin, Jack Mala-
mud, Mrs. Marshall Miller, Dr.
Irving Posner, Martin Rose, Rabbi
Milton Rosenbaum, Hyman Safran,
Hubert J. Sidlow, Erwin S. Simon,
Rabbi M. Robert Syme and Stanley
David Teitelbaum and Jerome
Kelman were nominated to fill two
year and one year vacancies re-
spectively on the executive com-
Under Council procedures, ad-
ditional nominations may be made
by petition to be received at the
Council office through April 4.
It was pointed out that petitions
for nomination must have the sig-
natures of five Council delegates.
The candidate himself must be a
delegate and have indicated his
willingness to serve in • the office
for which nominated.
Other members of the nominat-
ing committee are Albert Colman,
Rabbi Hayim Donin, Sidney Guyer,
James Laker, Mrs. Joseph Maltzer
and Mrs. Leon Popowski.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 18, 1966-29
Shades of the 20's
are reflected in
this new look for
love -it in
MISS ANN LOUISE FALK
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Falk of
Hillsdale announce the engagement
of their daughter Ann Louise to
Howard Jay Green, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe S. Green, 17521 Westland,
Southfield. The future bridegroom
is the son of the late Mrs. Frieda
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Cleary College. Her fiance is a
graduate of Hillsdale College.
A June 26 wedding is planned.
Mandell. Berman Head
of CJFWF Committee
A committee on Federation plan-
ning for Jewish education has been
established by the council of Jew-
ish Federations and W e l f are
Funds. Its concern will be with
community responsibilities for
strengthening the quality of Jew-
ish education to make it most
helpful to the children and adults
served and to the community as
The Council and the American
Association for Jewish Education
are cooperating closely in the work
of the committee, whose chairman
is Mandell Berman of Detroit. Ber-
man is a national vice-president of
Lavy M. Becker, past president
of the Montreal Federation and a
board member of the CJFWF, is
vice-chairman. Maurice Bernstein,
director of community planning for
the CJFWF, is committe secretary.
Committee members include Wil-
liam Avrunin and Hyman Safran of
Greenfield /West 8 Mile
Mon., Thurs., Fri. & Sat.
Sunday 12 to 5 p.m.
Thurs. & Fri. 'til 9
Sat. 'til 6
Mon., Thurs., Fri. & Sat.