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May 10, 1968 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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Rubin-illelinn Nuptials Orthodox, Reform Rabbis to Air
Planned for December Role in Social Crisis Here

Rabbis Hayim Donin and Morton
M. Kanter will lead a discussion
of "America's Social Crisis: Our
Religious Response" 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish Center when
representatives of more than 300
local organizations convene for the
Jewish Community Council's final
delegate assembly of the season.
Delegate registration will begin at
8:15.
The Assembly program repre-
sents one aspect of an educational
effort by Council to interpret the
dimensions and scope, as well as
the causes, of racial unrest in
America.
Rabbi Kanter, of Temple Beth
El, and Rabbi Donin, of Cong. Bnai

MISS CAROL RUBIN

Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin of
Kenwyck Dr., Southfield, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Carol Sue to Edward Joseph Melinn,
son of Mrs. Margot B. Melinn of
Blackstone Ave., Oak Park.
A December wedding is planned.

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David, represent, respectively, an
urban reform temple which has en-
gaged in community organization
work with inner-city residents, and
a suburban Orthodox congregation
which recognizes its responsibili-

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Friday, May 10, 1968-33

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ties in helping to seek solutions to III
the problems of urban America.
The annual election of Council a
officers and executive committee
members also will be on the agen- II
da. Sidney M. Shevitz, chairman of a
the nominating committee, will pre-
side at the election and installation
ceremonies which will follow.
The assembly will express its
appreciation to outgoing presi-
dent Dr. Samuel Krohn, who has
served as Council president since,
1965. Lawrence Gubow, a dele-
gate from the Jewish War Vet-
erans Department of Michigan,
has been nominated to succeed
Dr. Krohn.
As part of his year-end summary
of Council activity, the executive
director, Walter E. Klein, will de-
scribe a program currently in prog-
ress to involve thousands of Detroit
area Jewish families in a television
home discussion series on the ur-
ban crisis.
Beginning May 20 over WWJ-TV
(7:30 p.m., Channel 4), a series of
five weekly television programs
will be presented exploring the
causes and possible solutions to
the crisis in our cities. Home dis-
cussion groups which will evaluate
the contents co-sponsorship, in as-
sociation with Catholic and Protes-
a
tant groups in the community.
Persons interested in forming a
discussion group are invited to call
the Community Council 962-1880.
* * *
The community relations com-
mittee of the Jewish CoMmunity
Council, through Lawrence Gubow,
chairman, urged wide organization-
al and congregational support of
Gov. Romney's proclamation of
"Fair Housing Week," May 5-11. $
In a special bulletin to rabbis
and organizational leaders, Gubow
pointed out that a package of bills . 0
now pending in Lansing is aimed a
at improving both the "quality and
equality of housing in Michigan."
If enacted without weakening
amendments, the bills would end
discrimination in the sale and
rental of housing, strengthen the
rights of tenants in slum housing,
secure effective enforcement of
housing codes and help build
low-cost housing.
Referring to housing problems
as one of the "major abrasions in
the crisis of our cities," the Council
let ter emphasized the need for
prompt action. The pending bills,
Gubow stated, represent "a con-
structive—if minimal — approach"
to progress in this area which is
"long overdue."
Letters, visits and telephone calls
to members of the legislature were
recommended "to impress the im-
portance of these measures upon
those who represent you in the
State Capitol."

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