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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-02

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22—Friday, February 2, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mr. and 11Irs.Shulak
3 Weeks Remain in Campaign Honeymoon in New York

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council and the Bnai Brith
Women of Metropolitan. Detroit
have realized more than $120,000
of their $180,000 goal to aid Bnai
Brith agencies and philanthropies
in the annual Services Appeal
Campaign. With three weeks re-

maining, the council fund-raising
chairmen, George Tarnoff and Mrs.
Ira Albion have expressed confi-
dence in all lodges and chapters
realizing their obligations to Bnai
Brith.
Members who participate in the
campaign will be treated to the
1968 "All-Star Revue" at the

Act ivi hes

Levv-Gaut Nuptials
Are Plannedfors ay16

Bishops Reorganize
Unit on Jewish Ties

MISS ROBERTA LEVY

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (JTA)—
Reorganization of the former sub-
commission for Catholic - Jewish
relations established by the Ameri-
can bishops committee for ecu-
menical and interreligious affairs
in 1965, was announced by Bishop
Francis P. Leipzig, of Baker, Ore.,
moderator of the new Secretariat
for Catholic-Jewish Relations.
The new secretariat will have
its headquarters at Seton Hall Uni-
versity here with Father Edward
H. Flannery as executive director.
The subcommission was original-
ly established to increase Jewish-
Christian understanding and dia-
logue. It published "Guidelines for
Catholic-Jewish Relations" in 1966.
The new secretariat, Father Flan-
nery said, "should prove a potent
instrument in achieving new ad-
vances in Jewish-Catholic har-
mony in the United States and
should contribute effectively to-
ward putting to naught the pre-
dictions of those observers who
have despaired of the Jewish-
Christian dialogue in the wake of

Mrs. Sally Levy of Miami Beach
announces the engagement of her
daughter Roberta to Dr. Nelson
Gantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Gantz of Vassar Dr. The engage-
ment of Miss Levy, daughter of
the late Mr. Philip Levy, was an-
nounced at a dinner-party given
at the home of her brother, Dr.
Burton Levy, where the bride-
elect resides.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
the Beth Israel Hospital School of
Nursing in Brookline, Mass., and
she attends the Wayne State Uni-
versity school of nursing. Her
fiance is a graduate of the Wayne
State medical school. He is affili-
ated with Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha
Omega Alpha and Phi Delta Epsi-
lon fraternities.
A May 16 wedding is planned.
the.Arab-jsraeli war pf Jas June.
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being arranged by the council
Dr. Ben N. Saltzman, chairman
of the Council on Rural Health of urging doctors to consider Michi-
the American Medical Association, gan as a place to practice.
stated this week that despite a gain
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of 810 MDs during the past five
years in this state, there are more
than 128 Michigan communities
that have asked the Michigan
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obtaining a family doctor, and 56
Michigan communities have asked
the council for help in securing
medical specialists. Some towns
need only one more doctor, while
others need several additional
family doctors and numerous med-
ical specialists.
In an all-out effort to attract
more family physicians to Michi-
gan, the Michigan Health Council,
with special cooperation from the
Consumers Power Co., has pro-
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duced a new brochure—"Michigan
— a Good Place to Hang Your
Fine Photography
Shingle."
There Can Be No
Ten thousand copies will be dis-
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tributed to medical students and
doctors throughout the United
It is the extra "Little
States who have indicated an in-
terest in locating in Michigan. Ad-
Things" we give which
ditional full-page advertisements in
are so much appreciated.
national medical publications are

MICKEY STEIN
F c criti) Cry

Bnat Brftlz

SHOLEM ALEICHEM LODGE
will dedicate its Jewish Music
Month meeting to the discussion
of Jewish music 8 p.m. Wednesday ,
at Turover Hall. Harvey Schreib- 1
man, conductor of the Jewish Folk
Chorus, will be guest speaker.
There will also be reports of Bnai
Brith activities by Louis Bregman,
Alex Gottlieb, Nathan Wiss and
Harry Cash.
* * *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS CHAP-
TER will hold its election and a
musical evening 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
ALFRED AND LENORE
day at Sholem Aleichem Institute
honoring the Nita R. Lichtenstein Masonic Temple Feb. 13-15 at 8:15
membership class. The musical p.m. Bnai Brith plans to send out
Portion of the program will be over 8,000 tickets to their workers
furnished by the Golden Age Choir, for the three-night event.
Alfred and Lenore, dance team,
under the direction of Cantor
will perform, along with Betty
Nicholas Fenakel.
* * *
Walker, Bernie Bern s, Jo-Ann
IVAN S. BLOCH LODGE will Florio, and Johnny Yune.
join Father Kramer Council; 2385 1 For information on how to par-
of the Knights of Columbus in a ' ticipate in the fund campaign and
bowling tournament at Oak Park obtain tickets for the revue, call
Lanes 3 p.m. Sunday. Bloch will the Bnai Brith office, 341-0863.
host the event in which 36 teams
are entered for competition. A Pope Tells BB Leaders
traveling plaque will be awarded
to the winning lodge or council. He'll Oppose All Bias
The Bloch committee men are
ROME (JTA) — Pope Paul VI
Fred Schwartz. Arthur Lipman, assured two Jewish leaders here
Robert Keila and Nate Pollack.
St:Way that wherever and when-
• * *
ever persecution of the Jews oc-
LOUIS STONE CHAPTER will curred, he would speak out against
hold a rummage sale 8 p.m. Tues- it. He said that his greatest desire
day and Wednesday at the Cana- was to rectify the wrongs of the
dian Legion Memorial Hall, Fern- past.
dale. All are welcome.
The leader of the Roman Cath-

* * *
olic Church held audience with
Dr.
William Wexler, president of
A Bnai Brith chapter of single
girls is now being formed. Thise Bnai Brith, and Herman Edels-
who are interested may contact burg, director of its international
Mona Citlow. 342-5459, or Carol council, who are touring European
capitals.
Daien, 399-1926.
Meanwhile, Franjo Cardinal
Seper, who strongly supported the
revision of Roman Catholic doc-
trine on the Jews at the second
Vatican Council in 1965, has been
appointed a member of the seven-
man commission for the "interpre-
tation of Vatican II." Cardinal
Seper, the archibishop of Zagreb,
was previously appointed to the
post of prefect of the Congregation
for Faith and Doctrine. During the
Ecumenical Council's sessions, he
was one of the chief advocates of
changes in Catholic textbooks and
catechism to eliminate the accusa-
tion of deicide against the Jews.
* *

Shortage of MDs Brings—Action by Michigan Unit

MRS. CHARLES SHULAK

Marcia Joan Caminker and
Charles Dennis Shulak were united
in marriage recently at the Furni-
ture Club. Rabbis Leon Fram and
M. Robert Syme officiated, along
with Cantor Harold Orbach.
Following a honeymoon in New
York the couple will be in the
United States Navy for two years.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Caminker of Oak
Dr. and Mrs. Dorothy Shulak of
Monte Vista Ave. and Mr. Irving
Shulak of Kenwood Ave., Oak Park.
The bride's gown was velvet, the
Empire waist with appliqued satin
rose petals. It had long bell-shaped
sleeves with the same applique.
She carried her confirmation Bible
with three long- stemmed roses
through the center.
Debbie Somerville was maid of
honor, and Bette Caminker, sister
of the bride, was bridesmaid.
Allen Shulak, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man, and
ushers were Michael Sugarman,
Harold Caminker, brother of the
bride, Fred Shulak, brother of the
bridegroom, Mark Caminker and
Charles Meltzer.

BB Publishes Papers
on 'Lincoln and Jews'

WASHINGTON—Bnai Brith has
published a portfolio of historic
letters and documents, "Lincoln
and the Jews," featuring facsimiles
of seven items relating to Lincoln's
relations with the Jewish com-
munity of his time.
The portfolio is the first of a
series of facsimile reproductions
of documents on Jewish life in the
United States which Bnai Brith
plans to issue periodically for col-
lectors and archivists.
The project "seeks through his-
toric memorabilia to bring to pub-
lic attention the role Jews have
played in American life," said
Philip D. Sang of Chicago, acting
chairman of the Bnai Brith Jew-
ish historical committee.
A second portfolio, "Jews in
Colonial America (1654-1789)," is
now being compiled.

Orthodox Women Plan
Town Hall Gathering

The Women's Branch of the
Great Lakes Chapter of Union of
Orthodox Congregations of Ameri-
ca will hold a town hall meeting
12:30 p.m. Monday at Cong. Beth
Hillel.
Rabbi Joel Litke will speak on
"Israel's Political Factions."
A dessert luncheon preceeds the
lecture. The public is invited at a
nominal admission fee. Mesdames
Joel Litke and David J. Cohen are
co-chairmen.
A board meeting will follow the
lecture.

Marriages

COHEN-SMITH: Mrs. Z e 1 d a
Smith of Hilton Rd., Southfield,
announces the marriage of her
daughter Linda Suzanne to Mark
Cohen in Los Angeles. The bride-
groom is the son of Mrs. Shirley
Cohen of Los Angeles and Bernie
Wayne of Palm Springs, Calif. Mr.
and Mrs. Cohen make their home

in Los Angeles.

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