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February 17, 1967 - Image 20

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20—Friday, February 17, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mrs. Everet Straus to Be Awarded
Special AJCongre ss Amity Citation



Mrs. Everet Straus, a membe ✓
of the Detroit Commission o n
Community Relations, will receiv e
a special citation, along with Prof.
Harold Norris, at the annual
Amity Award Luncheon noon
Wednesday at
Adas Shalom
Synagogue. The
event is spon-
sored by the
American Jewish
Congress, Detroit
Women's Divi-
sion.
Prof. Norris,
of the Detroit
College of Law Mrs. Straus
faculty, has been named Amity
Award honoree in recognition of
his outstanding commitment to
the advancement of human rights
and civil liberties and the improve-
ment of inter-group relations.
Mrs. Straus is a former mem-
ber of the Detroit Metropolitan
Area Regional Planning Com-
mission and was executive direc-
tor of "KIDS-1966," a grass
roots organization working to
improve public edtication in

Detroit.

Msgr. Clement H. Kern of the
Most Holy Trinity Church, a pre-
vious Amity recipient, will present
Mrs. Straus with the citation.
Judge Wade H. McCree Jr. will
give Prof. Norris his.
Mrs. Louis Redstone, a mem-
ber of American Jewish Congress
for 20 years, will receive a special
award, presented by Mrs. Arnold
Frank.
The selection of Professor Norris
was announced by The Rt. Rev.
Richard S. Emrich, bishop of the
Episcopal Diocese of Michigan,
chairman of the Amity Award
judges committee. Bishop Emrich
cited Professor Norris for his
part in authoring the provisions
in the Michigan Constitution creat-
ing the Civil Rights Commission
and providing for right of appeal
in criminal cases, as well as for

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his contribution to knowledge of
the political and legal environment
in which we live.
Rep. Jackie Vaughan III of the
23rd District of Wayne introduced
a concurrent resolution in the state
House of Representatives, praising
Prof. Norris "for choosing as his
mission a life of constant service
to the people of the state of Michi-
gan and by extension to his fellow
men throughout the free world."
The resolution cited his "unre-
mitting championship of human
rights, implemented through that
sovereign human institution—the
Body of Law—and for his dedica-
tion, further, to comprehensive
law reform that the Law may ad-
minister justice without favor."
Rep. Vaughan told the AJCon-
gress Women's Division he hoped
that unanimous approval for the
resolution in both Senate and
House would come simultaneously
with the presentation of the Amity
Award to Prof. Norris.
Prof. Norris is the author of
"Mr. Justice Murphy and the
Bill of Rights" advancing the
concept of the Bill of Rights as
the framework of human rela-
tions in American communities.
He also has • written extensively
on behalf of comprehensive law
reform.
Members of the judges commit-
tee, in addition to Bishop Emrich
and Father Kern, include William
T. Gossett, Arthur Poinier, Dr.
Leon Fram, Zeldon Cohen, Dr.
Samuel Krohn, Mrs. William Burk.
Mrs. Arnold Frank, Dr. Robert
Frehse and Barbara Locke.
This year's recipients were se-
lected from nominations submitted
by a large number of Detroit civic,
religious and cultural organiza-
tions, according to Mrs. Leonard
H. Trunsky, chairman of the Amity
committee.
Assisting Mrs. Trunsky on the
Amity committee are Mesdames
David Logan, Norton Weinberg,
Robert Rosenbush, Fred Benderoff
and Seymour Israel.
The Amity luncheon is open to
the public. For tickets, call Mrs.
Israel, 353-0433, or the Congress
regional- office in Detroit, WO
5-3319.

Day School PTAs to Meet

ST. LOUIS — Delegates repre-
senting parent-teacher association
groups of 50 Hebrew day schools
located in Midwestern and South-
eastern states will meet here Sun-
day and Monday for a regional
conference on day school education
and related PTA activities.
Participating in the regional con-
ference will be PTA delegates from
17 states, including Michigan, and
the Canadian provinces of Ontario
and Manitoba.

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The reception and rehabilitation
of young people coming into Israel
under the auspices of Youth Aliya
will be assisted with proceeds
from the Starlight Ball, to he held
by the Southfield Group of Ha-
dassah 8:30 p.m. March 4 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Youth Aliya provides homes
for homeless children and edu-
cational and vocational training
as well. With the influx of such
children from Europe, Africa
and the Middle East, the Youth
Aliya budget has undergone a
severe financial strain, accord-
ing to Mrs. Stanley Aaron,
chairman.
A cocktail hour will start Off
the Hadassah evening, and a con-
tinental buffet will be served later.
The Hal Gordon orchestra will
provide dance music. There will
be many prizes.
Mrs. Alfred Stein is chairman
of the ball, and Mrs. Harry Sha-
piro is vice president of fund
raising.
For tickets, call Mrs. Sheldon
Plotnik, ticket chairman, 356-2755.

MRS. DENNIS RICE

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Edward Am-
ster, of University Heights, 0., an-
nounce the marriage of their
daughter Ruth Ann to Dennis Jaye
Rice, son of Mrs. Selma Rice of
Greenfield Rd. and Mr. Edward
Rice of Miller Rd., Oak Park.
Rabbi Israel Halpern of Detroit
and Rabbi Rudolph Rosenthal of-
ficiated at Temple on the Heights,
Cleveland.
The bride had as her attendants
Mrs. Bruce Wolf, matron of honor,
Mrs. Stanley Herman and Detroit-
ers Mrs. Robert Benson and Geri
Rice.
Edward Rice was best man.
Norman Amster, brother of the
bride, Kenneth Haber, Detroiters
Robert Benson and Michael Kras-
nik and Andrew Kohen of New
Haven, were ushers.
The couple went on a honey-
moon trip to Florida and Nassau.
On their return they will live in
Detroit.

Detroit Native Heads
Stanford U. Center in
International Studies

Dr. Robert M. Rosenzweig, son
of Detroit attorney Louis Rosen-
zweig and Mrs. Rosenzweig, has
been named director of the new
Center for Research in Interna-
tional Studies at Stanford Univer-
sity.
Dr. Rosenzweig, 35, is associate
dean of the graduate division at
the California university, having
come to Stanford in 1062 from the
U.S. Office of Education, where
he was special assistant to the
commissioner of education.
A graduate in political science
Of the University of Michigan,
Dr. Rosenzweig went on to Yale,
where he received his doctorate.
He taught at Amherst College
and served as a congressional in-
tern of the American Political
Science Association.
The center will help faculty
members to obtain - funds for re-
search in international studies and
will otherwise assist in further
development in the various fields
of international studies. It will also
administer the university's grad-
uate overseas research and edu
cational programs.

Sweethearts to Dance

Cong. Beth Moses will hold a
Sweetheart Dance as part of its
SAFE '67 program (Social Activ-
ities for Everyone) 8:30 p.m. Sat-
urday at the synagogue.
"The Suburban Knights V" will
be featured. Tickets can be pur-
chased at the door.

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Pioneer Women Plan
Israel Bond Luncheon

The Detroit Pioneer Women's
Council will hold its annual Israel
Bond Luncheon at noon March 9
at Bnai David Synagogue, it was
announced by Mrs. S'am Fishman,
Council president. Chairman of
the luncheon will be Mrs. Alexan-
der Schreier.
Jan and Lillian Bart will be
guest artists.
A special feature of the lunch-
eon will be the fourth annual prize
of a $100 Israel Bond contributed
by Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, Israel
Bond Women's Division chairman.
Members of the luncheon com-
mittee, besides Mrs. Schreier, in-
clude Mesdames Jack Gosman,
Norman Leemon, Abraham Silber-
schein, Michael Michlin, Sarah Le-
vin and Sam Wasserman.
For reservations to the lunch-
eon, call the Israel Bond office,
DI 1-5707, or the Pioneer Women's
office, 341-0722.

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daughter Karen to Gerald Steven
Soffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Soffin of Owosso.
Miss Madgy is a junior at Michi-
gan State Uriversity. Her fiance
also attended Michigan State.
The couple plans an August
wedding.

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