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April 14, 1967 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-14

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Judith LoWe Betrothed
to Mire) , H. Forrest

MISS JUDITH LOWE

Mrs. Maxwell M. LoWe of Ilum-
ber St., Huntington Woods, an-
nounces the engagement of her
daughter Judith Amy to Jeffrey
Howard Forrest, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Marvin -E. Forrest of Rose-
mont Dr., Franklin. Miss Lowe is
the daughter of the late Mr. Max-
well M. Lowe.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wayne State University, where she
was affiliated with Delta Phi Epsi-
lon Sorority. Her fiance is also a
graduate of Wayne State and pres-
ently attends the University of De-
troit Dental School.
A summer wedding is planned.

Charlene Beal to 11 -ed
Steven Albert (; raw

MISS CHARLENE BEAL

Dr. and Mrs. Irving Beal of Sil-
vercrest Ave., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Charlene Wynne to Steven Albert
Green, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. J.
Green of Northfield Ave., Oak
Park.
A Sept. 2 wedding is planned.

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

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

YIVO Establishes Fund
for Graduate Center

'

NEW YORK — A special fund
for research and development was
proclaimed Sunday by the YIVO
Institute for Jewish Research in
honor of the 80th birthday of its
chairman, Julius Borenstein.
Tha announcement was made by
Dr. Max Weinreich, vice chairman,
at the institute's annual dinner at
which tribute was paid to Boren-
stein.
The principal purpose of the
fund will be the establishment of
the VIVO Center for Graduate
Studies in the Humanities and So-
cial Sciences.
The center will have two main
divisions: a research academy to
enable mature scholars to engage
in coordinated or joint research;
and a graduate school of Jewish
studies for the training of younger
scholars. The preliminary amount
of the fund is $250,000.
The four-day annual conference
of the YIVO Institute opened at
Hunter College Assembly with a
tribute to the late Justice Brandeis
on the occasion of the 25th anni-
versary of his death.
Dr. Alexander M. Bickel, profes-
sor of law and legal history at
Yale University. addressed the
audience on the role which Justice
Brandeis played in American con-
st itut ional jurisprudence, and
stressed his interest in the eco-
nomic development of Palestine
; More than 1,000 persons attended
! the opening session.

German Group Holds
Dialogue With Israelis

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A group
of West German visitors held a
special discussion here with mem-
bers of an Israeli group called
"Dialogue," who believe in talks
and cultural exchanges with pre-
sent-day Germany.
The delegation is headed by
Ernst Bende, a member of the
West German Bundestag, the lower
house of Parliament.
Earlier a six-man West German
delegation, representing the Ger-
man-Israeli Friendship League, at-
tended a ceremony at the Yad
Vashem. the Documentation Cen-
ter for the Nazi Holocaust.
During the visit, Berlin Pastor
Heinrich Gruber planted a tree in
the Avenue of Righteous Gentiles,
a section commemorating those
non-Jews who worked under threat
of Nazi torture and execution to
save Jews.
Dr. Gruber, now 76, saved hun-
dreds of Jews during the Nazi per-
iod, an action for which the Nazis
sent him to the Sachsenhausen
and Dachau concentration camps
for three years.

3 Jordanian Priests
Act as Judges in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —Israel
permitted three Greek Orthodox
priests who live in the old city
of Jerusalem, and who are Jor-
danian citizens, to act as judges
in a Supreme Religious Court for
members of the Greek Orthodox
religion living in Israel.
The arrangement b e c a m e
known when the court received
an appeal by an Israeli Greek
Orthodox citizen from a ruling.
The Greek Orthodox court
deals with matters of personal
status and family property is-
sues. The three Jordanians are
permitted to cross into Israel
for court sessions.

Friday, April 14, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Manly Ross to l'ake
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Greenfield Rd., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Fran to Manly Ross, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ross of
Pinehurst Ave.
Miss Sherwin is a graduate of
Michigan State University. Her fi-
ance was graduated from the
Walsh Institute of Accountancy.
The couple plans a July 2 wed-
ding.

Eire's DeValera to Record
Memoirs for Brandeis



WALTHAM, Mass. — Ireland s
President Eamon De Valera, the
schoolmaster turned rebel leader
in the bitter struggle for Irish
independence, will record his mem-
'
oirs for Brandeis
University's Dret-io'
zin Living
graphies Pr o-
gram.
In making the
announcement,'
.fm
'
Brandeis Pres i-.4410
dent Abram L. t,
Sachar said the
video-taped inter-'
views with the
84-year-old Pre-
sident De Valera
will be conducted
in Dublin during
the coming sum-
mer.
In extending an
invitation to Pre-
sident De Valera
De Valera
to participate in
the program, the university was
joined by Richard Cardinal Cush-
ing, archbishop of Boston and a
friend of the Irish president.
The former premier of France,
Pierre Mendes-France. U.S. Am-
bassador Arthur J. Goldberg, and
Dr. Grete L. Bibring. one of the
last of the psychoanalysists who
worked with Freud, have agreed
also to take part in the Living
Biographies Program.

Gypsy Orchestra

Strolling Violins, Floor Show,
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Judge Lincoln's topic will be "Your
Child in Juvenile Court."

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with women in journalism and
communication in attendance. Con-
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lon (Mrs. R. J.) Difazio, Among
those serving on the arrangements
committee are Mrs. Norman Zam-
czyk, head copywriter, J. L. Hud-
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The Jewish News advises those submitting copy for engage.
ments or weddings that the following policy will be enforced:
1. Information must include addresses and phone numbers
of both bride and bridegroom, as well as their parents' names
and addresses.
2. Engagement announcements less than two months before
the wedding date will not be accepted.
3. Wedding announcements more than two months after the
wedding will not be accepted.
Announcements are printed at no charge; however, there
is a $5 engraving charge for photographs. After the picture
has appeared in the paper, both the photograph and plate will
be available for pickup at The Jewish News.

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