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March 03, 1967 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-03

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Rochelle Bank Betrothed
to Mr. Marshall Fisher

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 3, 1967-19

activities in Society

Cantor and Mrs. A. A. Rosenfeld were honored recently by the
United Jewish Social Club with a surprise party in their honor. Cantor
Rosenfeld was presented with a diamond pin in appreciation of his
work in the past two years as president of the organization.
The Sherman Family Club will meet 8:30 p.m. Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfgang, 25065 Biaritz Circle, Oak
Park. Final plans for the Fisher Theater party March 9 will be made.

Nuuremberg's Lesson to Mankind
Recalled by Amity Awardee Dr, Norris

MISS ROCHELLE BANK

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bank of
2025 Orleans, Lafayette Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Rochelle, to Marshall
Franklyn Fisher, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Fisher, 17373
Stoepel.
Miss Bank attends the Detroit
Institute of Technology. She is
also active as a youth leader at
Cong. Beth Abraham and is one
of the leaders of junior Sabbath
services at the synagogue. She is
past president of the Young Adult
Group of Beth Abraham.
Her fiance was graduated from
the Detroit Institute of Technol-
ogy. Also active in the synagogue
youth movement, Mr. Fisher is
treasurer of the Young Adult
Group.
An Aug. 26 wedding date has
been set.

Birmingham Temple
Series to Feature Reviews
of Controversial Works

Birmingham Temple announces
it will open its five-part Spring
Literary Series 8:30 p.m. March
20 with a review of "Marat-Sade,"
Peter Weiss' play, by Rabbi Sher-
win Wine at Birmingham Unitarian
Church.
He will review the novel "The
Fixer" by Bernard Malamud 1
p.m. March 27 and the drama
"The Royal Hunt of the Sun" by
Peter Shaffer April 3.
Coffee will be served after each
review. Nominal charge.

LOUIS STERN has been named
chairman of the overseas services
committee of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
Stern, of Essex County, N.J., a
past president of the council, suc-
ceeds Irving Kane of Cleveland,
likewise a past president of the
CJFWF.

Calling the Nuremberg judgment
"the most important case in the
history of the human race," Prof.
Harold Norris of the Detroit Col-
lege of Law applied its lesson to
Vietnam and urged continuing ef-
forts to bring peace in that trou-
bled area.
Prof. Norris made his plea last
week at the annual Amity Award
Luncheon of the American Jewish
Congress Women's Division at Adas
Shalom Synagogue. He was pre-
sented with the award in recogni-
tion of his outstanding commitment
to the advancement of civil liber-
ties and human rights.
"Vietnam is hurting the demo-
cratic spirit and morale of the
American people," Prof Norris
said. "I believe that morality has
a place in international human re-
lations . . I believe the Nurem-
berg judgment is applicable . . .
It advances as the law of mankind
that individuals are responsible
and accountable for their conduct
not alone to their own government
but to humanity as a whole. Nurem-
berg says 'In the name of humanity
there are some laws you don't
obey.'
"This proposition is the basic
premise of a new world law and
order," he said . . . Whether or
not you agree with this opinion,
you can agree peace and free-
dom go hand in hand, that peace
in Vietnam would help the course
of civil rights and liberties at
home" by releasing funds for
poverty and civil rights pro-
grams.
He added: "I am happy to see
the American Jewish Congress
place peace in Vietnam as an ur-
gent priority on its agenda."
Prof. Norris declared that there
is now a "new stage in the strug-
gle for civil rights" and praised the
"growing democratic dialogue" in
Detroit. Nevertheless, "the white
majority in Detroit must be brought
to a recognition of its obligation
in the fight for racial equality."

Prof. Norris, a co-author of the
provision in the Michigan Constitu-
tion creating the Civil. Rights Com-
mision, stated that Detroit, "with
all its shortcomings, furnishes a
better example of self-government
and the open society than most
cities in the nation." He suggested
that "this award for amity, for the
working together for a more per-
fect union and for justice, be di-
rected to our city and to the hun-
dreds of people and organizations
who are working together for peace
and progress."
U.S. Circuit Court Judge Wade
H. McCree Jr. presented the
award to Prof. Norris upon the
recommendation of the judges'
committee, headed by the Right
Rev. Richard S. Emrich, bishop
of the Episcopal Diocese of
Michigan.
A special amity citation was pre-
sented at the luncheon to Mrs.
Everet Straus, member of the
Detroit Commission on Community
Relations by Msgr. Clement H.
Kern.

Donna Weintrob to Wed
Mr. Martin S. Field

Some
hand beaded!
Some
Fur Trimmed!
Import
Fabrics
Sizes
8 to 16.
Costume shown is
just one from
the grouping!
The floral
patterened brocade
coat is fully
lined. The
correlated
crepe gown has
a hand beaded
trim!

Regularly $225

NOW

MISS DONNA WEINTROB

Karen Aston Betrothed
to Steven J. Feldman

For the Ultimate in
Fine Photography
There Can Be No
Compromise With Detail

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weintrob
of Strathmoor Ave. announce the
engagement of their daughter
Donna to Martin S. Field, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Field of Glencoe,
Ill.
Miss Weintrob is a junior at
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance is a grad-
uate of Michigan State University
and an alumnus of Sigma Alpha
Mu Fraternity.
A July 9 wedding is planned.

Bank of Commonwealth
Now Has Credit Cards

It is the extra "Little
Things" we give which
are so much appreciated.

MISS KAREN ASTON

studio of photography
19492 Livernois Avenue
UN 2-0660
UN 2-0200

GREEN-8 OPEN SUNDAY !
SHOP 12 TO 5 P.M.!

Mrs. Bernard A. Aston, 22424
Greenview, Southfield, announces
the engagement of her daughter
Karen Felice to Steven Jerrold
Feldman, son •of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Irving Feldman, 28319 River
Crest, Southfield. The bride is the
daughter of the late Bernard
Aston.
The bride-elect is a seni..r in the
school of education at the Univer-
sity of Michigan. Her fiance at-
tends Marquette University's den-
tal school in Milwaukee.
An Aug. 22 wedding is plannO.

George W. Miller, president of
Bank of the Commonwealth, an-
nounced that its new American
Express "Executive Credit" card
program will establish a personal
line of credit ranging from $2,000
to $4,000.
By including the use of checks,
the card holder has the freedom
to use his line of credit not only
in establishments already honor-
ing American Express Credit
Cards, but in others as well. He
also has the choice of paying for
purchases and services by using
the card or the bank guaranteed
checks.

Mrs. ROSE KAUFMAN, national
president of Pioneer Women; left
March 1 for South Africa, where
she will launch the 9th biennial
women's united • communal fund
campaign.

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