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May 06, 1966 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-05-06

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Dianne Stocker to Marry Registration. Open Carol Strauss Engaged
Daniel Silver in July for Hillel School to Mark Leslie Shook

Registration of kindergarten and

MISS DIANNE STOCKER

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence L.
Stocker of Wildemere Ave. an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Dianne Joy, to Daniel
Mark Silver, son of Dr. and Mrs.
I. Walter Silver of Fairfield Ave.
Miss Stocker graduated from the
University of Michigan and cur-
rently is attending Wayne State
University. She is a PhD applicant
in chemical psychology. Her fiance
is attending the University of
Michigan's medical school and is
affiliated with Phi Delta Epsilon
medical fraternity.
The couple plans a July wedding.

first-grade students for the 1966-
67 school year is being accepted
by Hillel Day School, Max Gold-
smith, president announced.
Combining Hebraic and General
studies the school now includes a
morning and afternoon kindergar-
ten and grades 1 through 8. Plans
have been made to open a 9th
grade this fall to complete the jun-
ior high department.
The general studies program
is fully accredited by the state
of Michigan, and courses in the
Hebraic department in elude
study of modern Hebrew, Bible,
Jewish history, customs and
ceremonies and synagogue skills.
The faculty includes specialized
instructors in science, art, music,
physical e d u c a t i o n, speech
therapy and remedial reading
and a consulting psychologist.
The school serves the entire
Jewish community, irrespective of

synagogue affiliation.
Registration should be completed

before the end of May in order to
enable the school to plan for the
required number of teachers and
classrooms.
For additional information and
an appointment with the head-
master, call the registrar, Mrs.
Helen Leon, 548-8224.

Merged Young Israel Plans Constitution

On Wednesday, the combined
boards of the Young Israel Center
of Oak-Woods and Young Israel of
Greenfield will meet to consider a
constitution for merging both
groups into one organization.
For many months a special com-
mittee representing both congre-
gations have worked diligently
toward the unification of these two
synagogues. Serving were David
Tanzman, chairman, David Bod-
zin, David I. Berris, Mrs. David
Dombey, Wolf Gold, Irving Hersh-
man, Sol Lessman, Wilbert Simko-
vitz, Abbe Snow and Michael Wei-

MIEN'S CLUBS

AHAVAS ACHIM MEN'S CLUB

will be addressed by Rabbi Jack
Goldman on the subject "Invest-
ment Opportunities in Israel," 8:30
p.m. Monday at the synagogue.
Rabbi Goldman will show color
slides of a number of projects of
the Rassco Israel Corp. investment
company.

* *

of war and peace.

The organization's peace award
was presented to Norman Cousins,
editor of The Saturday Review, who
discussed the Vietnam war in his
major address. Another speaker
was Ambassador Michael Camay.
Israel's permanent representative

at the United Nations.

Men's Clubs Stress
World Peace at Parley

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For Mother .

GROSSINGERS, N. Y. (JTA) —

Manny London of Chicago, presi-
dent of the National Federation
of Jewish Men's Clubs, called on
more than 725 delegates from 350
clubs of the Conservative organ-
zation in the United States and
Canada to intensify their work
"for peace and a world free from
MISS CAROL STRAUSS
prejudice, poverty nad hunger."
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Strauss
He spoke at the organization's
of Wildemere Ave. announce the 37th annual convention, which as-
engagement of their daughter sembled here for four days of ses-
Carol Janet to Mark Leslie sions devoted principally to reli-
Shook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank gion's role in world affairs and
S. Shook of Riverview, Mich.
Judaism's special role in the issues
Miss Strauss attends the Uni-
versity of Michigan and will grad-
For the HY Spot
uate in December. Her fiance, cur-
Of Your Affair
rently attending the University of
THE WORLD'S MOST
Music by
Michigan, will continue his stud-
PRECIOUS SIMULATED PEARL!
ies at Hebrew Union College in
Cincinnati upon graduation.
And His Orchestra
A January wedding is planned.
(Hy Utchenik)

l`We


k9 .ance

leivkAjORICA

Hy Herman

Catholic Leader
Replies to Carli

ner. Formal ratification by each
Msgr. Oesterreicher of the In-
membership will be necessary be-
stitute of Judaeo-Christian Stud-
fore the merger can take effect. ies, Newark, N.J., issued a reply
If approved, the new congre- to Bishop Carli of Segni, Italy,
gation will be known as Young Who had stated that Judaism sur-
Israel of Oak Park-Coolidge vived the disappearance of the
Branch and Ten Mile Branch. Re- Temple and its priesthood "il-
ligious services will continue in legally with respect to God." The
each building with all social, cul- American leader's statement is in-
tural, educational and youth activi- teresting as an apologetic. He de-
ties sponsored by one member- clared.
"Regrettably, Bishop Carli seems
ship.
to be unaware that his lack of
Kings judge the world, but the do c i 1 i t y, that his recalcitrance
wise judge kings.—Arabic proverb. toward the Council gives scandal.
In the eyes of many non-Catholics,
the credibility of the Church has
been put in doubt. It is false, how-
ever, to assume that he is moti-
vated by hatred or contempt of
Jews, though his position is in ef-
By BENNETT CERF
fect ant-Jewsh, He seems, rather,
OISE, IDAHO'S dynamic young Methodist minister, Dr.
guided by a kind of legalism. His
B OISE ,
E. Richards, tells about a dentist who couldn't
expression that the continued ex-
extract a lady patient's tooth because she simply wouldn't
istence of Judaism is 'illegal with
open her mouth. After
respect to God' is quite significant.
numerous frustrating
Is the existence before God of any
failures to pry her jaws
man, or any group of men, ever a
question of legality? According to
apart, the dentist told his
Bishop Carli, Judaism, because of
nurse, "Get me one of
its non-acceptance of God's great
your hatpins." He then
gift to man, the Christ, should
pulled off his stubborn
rightfully have disappeared. That
patient's shoes and jab-
it did not disappear is a proof that
bed the hatpin into her
it continues, not 'rightfully' but—
A**
big toe. She let out a cry
and this is infinitely more won-
mingled pain and. out-
drous—by God's mercy, by His
rage, whereupon he got
-
grace. To the Christian, then, the
the pincers into h e r
51 4.447
survival of the Jewish' people is
mouth and yanked out
a secret: the secret of God's in-
rfr
s
the bad tooth.
comprehensible fidelity. Wooden
"See," he pointed out
logic cannot come near the mys-
soothingly. "That didn't
tery of Jewish existence.
,hurt so much, did it?" "No, it didn't," she admitted, "but I
"Some have asked how it is pos-
never knew the roots went so• deep."
sible that, shortly after the Coun-
*

*
cil, a man like Bishop Carli can
propagate ideas that flagrantly op-
PUNSTERS ON PA.RADE:
Heard about the horse who had his hair dyed? He signed up
pose its mind, and how it is pos-
sible that he has not been silenced.
fur the Kentucky Derby—and won under an assumed mane.
Teacher: What do two pints make? Pupil: A cavort.
The answer is simply that the doc-
Turn tip your nose at the sluggard who plays golf while his
uments of Vatican II are pastoral
wife is holding down a tough job ? He is living by the sweat, of
decrees, not meant to be enforced
his frau.
by police measures. They appeal

to the conscience of Christians,

calling thus for a free response.
SII5DLE-DE-DEE:
It is this freedom that makes me
Q. What Insect goes "Zub, zub, zub?"
hope that the Bishop's lack of re-
A.
bee flying backwards.
sponse will in the end, much
Q. What Is red, has bumps, and lives on the prairie?
against his will, serve the very
A. The lone rasberry.
purpose of the coniliar statement
Q. What do they call a friendly female elephant?
on the Jews. For it will prod the
A.
half-ton pickup.
chosen interpreters of the Declara-
• 1064, by Bennett Cerf, Distributed by Xing Features Syndicate
tion to double their efforts. As a

• •
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SIGNS OF THE TIMES:
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On the back of a 1937 Model-A jalopy: "Wheezy does It."
that the paper and print of the
On the window of a cheap haberdashery: "Come on in. Every-
Declaration be turned into a livng
thing else has gone wrong today."
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