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January 20, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-20

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Susan Roth Betrothed
to Dr. T. Weingarden

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

• • • i
activ ities n Society

Love is not in our choice, but in
our fate.—Dryden.

Mrs. William Love, president of the Department of Michigan
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, will lead a delegation of local JWVA
leaders to a national executive committee meeting of JWVA in Wash-
ington this weekend. Among the delegates are Mrs. Philip Bernstein,
national leadership chairman and a past Michigan department presi-
dent; Mrs. Louba Lupiloff, past department president; and Mrs. Jack
Iden, national legislation chairman and past Michigan president. Fol-
lowing the meeting, JWVA will participate in the Woman's Forum
on National Security, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerrold Bernstein also
will make the trip. Mr. Bernstein is the editor of the National Ladies
Bulletin, the organization's bimonthly publication. Mrs. John Nemon,
another past Michigan president and Michigan's only past national
president, will attend the meeting in her capacity as chairman of the
budget committee of JWVA of the U.S.A.
Out-of-town guests at the Bar Mitzva celebration of Robert Elliott
Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kaplan of Adrian Rd., Southfield,
included Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goldberg and
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Goldberg, all of Cincinnati; Prof. Sam Kaplan of
Purdue University and Mrs. Kaplan, of Lafayette, Ind., and Mr. and
Mrs. T. Pollock of Chicago. The Bar Mitzva • was honored Sunday
MISS SUSAN ROTH
evening at a dinner at the Beth Aaron.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roth of
The next meeting of the Cornfield Family Club will be held 8
Brooks Lane, Southfield, announce p.m. Sunday at the honie of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mintz, 17511 Ken-
the engagement of their daughtei tucky.
Susan Ellen to Dr. Terry Lewis
Weingarden, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Weingarden of Sorrento
Ave.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of Wayne State University
Julien Bryan, famed lecturer, people of this country will make
and Chicago College of Osteopathy.
He was affiliated with Sigma Alpha whose travelogues have embraced the emphatic declaration that
Mu and Lambda Omicron Gamma the most important areas in the there must be an end to warfare
fraternities. A March 12 wedding world, in the course of his lecture and a determined effort for peace.
is planned.
Bryan's 90-minute film and
during the showing of his movie,
"Israel Today," at the Art Insti- his explanatory comments of the
Center. Tweeners to Show tute, urged the capacity audience developments in Israel especially
Film, 'Guns of Navarone' to exert all possible efforts to featured life in a kibbutz and the
The Condors, a Center tween insist that the United States, daily activities of several fami-
lies. An architect, a family from
club, is sponsoring a movie night Russia and Great Britain work to- India,
a bus driver and his fam-
8 p.m. Saturday, at the Jewish gether to effect a working peace
ily were among the groups de-
Center. The movie being shown is in the Middle East.
picted.
"The Guns of Navarone."
Pleading for amity that can
Bryan's film had one great dis-
This movie is open to the public bring nothing but good for Arabs
at a nominal charge. Club adviser as well as Israel, Bryan urged tinction. It commenced with a
is George Leikin.
consistent adherence to the belief most striking historical analysis of
Tickets are available in advance that peace is obtainable, and he Jewish experiences commencing
in the youth division of the Jewish expressed confidence that the with Abraham, going through an-
Center. For information, call the United Nations could be a medium cient time, taking the audience to
center office, DI 1-4200.
for peaceful negotiations if the the Spanish Golden Period and
describing the effects of the Cru-
saders' cruelties and the Inquisi-
tion. Assisted by Philip Stapp in
the making of that portion of the
BY AHARON ROSEN
film, Bryan is being widely ac-
claimed for portrayal of Israel
week
bill, account
171Zy. .136
that does not ignore the past, that
shah voo ah
places emphasis on 4,000 years of
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Jewish history, leading up to the
begin (m.s.)
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era of Zionism and present-day
tnaht heel
m'khol 3 nah4
Israel.
before
A 31-minute film prepared by
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leef neh
Bryan
for use in schools, in li-
ah dohn
braries, for public distribution,
when?
half
'117.? .139
includes the 4,000-year analysis.
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Bryan deplored. the fact that only
to
one copy of his film is available
pardon
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here through the public library
el
s' lee-hah
and he has expressed the hope
that a large number will be made_
available so that the Israel story
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may be brought to all groups. His
hope, he said, is that non-Jews
more than Jews—or as much as
Jews—will see this film and will
thereby be brought together to
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attain peace by recognizing the
values that can come to the entire
Middle East by ending the conflict
between Arabs and Israel.
(See Editorial, Page 4)

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Reading material in vocalized Easy Hebrew, and also material for
advanced students may be obtained through your local Hebrew
Organization or by writing to : But Ivrit Olamit, P.O.B. 7111,
Jerusalem, Israel,

Published. by Brit Ivrit Olamit

and Beth Jacob will commend Mrs.
Levin for the service she rendered
to the entire community.
The community is invited.

DR. SHLOMO SITTON, econ-
omic counselor of the embassy of
Israel, has been elected vice chair-
man of the United Nations food
and agriculture consultative sub-
committee on surplus disposal for
1967. ,

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Great Powers for Mid-East Peace;
Film Traces 4,000-Year History

Friday, January 20, 1967-23

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