Solution to Calendar Conflicts Miss Brenda Katcher WSU Press Issues
Sought at Delegate Assembly; to Wed Mr. Schwartz 'The Sons of Ben'
"Jonsonian Comedy in Caroline
Dr. Krohn Re-Elected President
England" is interestingly portrayed
Passage of a resolution to remedy council to so discipline its member
Calendar conflicts between corn- organizations.
munal organizations, heated dis-
The question arose last Yom
cussion on two other community
Kippur when the Shaarit Haplay-
questions and the re-election of Dr. tah
organization sought to hold
Samuel Krohn to his third term services
for its own members and
as president of the Jewish Com- the
munity Council occupied delegates
There also was heated discus-
to the concluding council assembly
question of observ-
evening at ance of kosher dietary laws by
-31 organizations holding community-
, wide functions. However, - there
Hoping to re-
was no vote on the measure, pro-
solve a Ion g-
posed once before at a delegate
assembly and tabled for further
of two or more
The proposal that organizations
observe the dietary laws at public
functions was meant to encourage
tions on the same
wider participation of all segments
date, the council
of the community.
mittee, and now
; Rabbi M. Robert Syme of Tem-
the council dele-
ple Israel, who originated the dis-
gates, have ap- -
cussion, said "In the early days,
proved the fol- L
Reform Judaism wanted to break
away from the 'father' (traditional
Judaism). Now we have reached
r a e nsd e m wh - a l n e t
e r how
• As in the past, the council will m t e ih ,
o ur father
notify both organizations as a con- It uch
is time the Jewish commun . ity
flirt in scheduling arises and ask started to have some unity. When
that the two groups amicably
work we have a community function, no
out the problem.
one should be excluded. Perhaps
• Should this action fail, the during the coming year, we can
council will attempt to resolve the achieve some kind of understand-
conflict through mediation, or, if ing . . . find some common ground
upon which we can meet."
The delegates, representing
• If further action is warranted,
the council will state its own posi- council-affiliated organizations, ap-
proved the recommendations for
tion on the question.
council office by the nominating
Hubert Sidlow, chairman of the committee, headed by Sidney
Council's internal relations com- Shevitz.
mittee, which originally formu-
Elected with Dr. Krohn were
lated the policy resolution, said Avern Cohn, Harold Berry and
the council would act as a court Irving Pokempner, vice presi-
of review as each instance
dents: George Zeltzer• secretary.
arises. If a group fails to clear and Sidney J. Karbel. treasurer.
its date with the council, the
Elected to the executive com-
latter will make public note of mittee for a three-year term were
such failure to cooperate, he Marshall Brenner, Zeldon Cohen,
Rabbi Hayim Donin, Dr. Norman
Delegates were asked to reaffirm Drachler• Arthur Gould. Lewis S.
a council policy against "mush- Grossman, Dr. Richard C. Hertz,
room synagogues," so-called con- Jerome Kelman, Louis LaMed,
gregations that spring up for the Mrs. Samuel Linden. Mrs.' Martin
High Holidays and disband imme- Naimark • Louis Rosenzweig. Rabbi ,
diately afterward. Instead, after Jacob Sega 1, John H. Shen-
lively discussion from the floor, herd. Dr. Leonard Sidlow and Mrs.
the delegates voted to table the Charles Solovich. Elected to a term
expiring next May was Rabbi
David Rosin, chairman of the Irwin Groner.
council subcommittee that re-
ABRAHAM HARZFELD, the
evaluated the policy on mushroom
of a new biography. ' -The
synagogues, said the measure was subject
Builder" by Simon Kush-
directed at individuals who are not net-. was
the guest of honor at a
a part of an ongoing congregation
reception given by the Ilerzl Press
but who hold—and sell tickets to— on
of the publication
High Holiday services for personal of the book in English.
a pioneer Israeli who went to
The policy also would apply to Palestine in 1914, was praised for
organizations with no religious the leadership role he has played
orientation who similarly invite the in the development of agricultural
general public to High Holiday villages in Palestine and Israel.
services. Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chairman
Rosin said it is in the community of the Herzl Press, who presided
interest to protect small congrega- ; at the reception, said that no man
tions that would be hurt by mush- ' has "made a more significant con-
room synagogues, adding that no tribution to the development of
synagogue would turn away those agricultural settlements and vil-
who cannot afford the price of a ; !ages in Israel than Abraham
ticket. He said that it is up to the Ilarzfeld."
Pinsker Hold Yom HaAtzmaut Event
Joe Lee Davis of the University
of Michigan, published by Wayne
State University Press.
The informative volume, with
its emphasis on the comic in the
era of Charles I, describes the
"Sons of Ben' — the disciples who
authored 32 comedies.
Thus, Prof. Davis helps restore
Ben Jonson to popularity and
draws attention to the creative
writers of his time.
A chronology of Caroline and
Pre-Caroline years is of special
value to the reader.
in "The Sons of Ben," by
No great advance has ever been
made in science, politics, or reli-
MISS BRENDA KATCHER
gion, without controversy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Katcher -
of Tucson announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Brenda to .0)
Howard Schwartz, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Schwartz of Camden
Miss Katcher is a graduate of
the University of Arizona, where
she was affiliated with Alp! i Ep-
silon Phi sorority. Mr. Schwartz
is a graduate of Wayne State Uni-
versity, where he was president
of Kappa Sigma Fraternity, and
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