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July 19, 1968 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-19

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UCLA Head Urges Hillel to Get Best-Trained Minds Elliotte Moss and Bride
LOS ANGELES — Chancellor college generation is convinced

Franklin D. Murphy of the Univer-
sity of California at Los Angeles
called on Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations and other groups sponsor-
ing chaplaincies on campus to pro-
v i d e "the best-trained religious
minds possible" to help dispel the
belief of many college students
that religion has little relevancy
to current moral issues.
Addressing the board of direc-
tors of the Los Angeles Hillel
Council, Dr. Murphy said that the

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"the Judeo-Christian background
has been a disguise for immoral-
ity."
Youth today, little influenced
by religious leaders, is asking,
"What contribution has religion
made in providing for us in this
century?" Dr. Murphy said.
"You must convince your -youth
that the Jewish faith is relevant
to their generation," Dr. Murphy
told the board. "Only one who can
talk competently to them is cap-
able of doing this as it should -be
done. The young people today take
a lot less on faith."
Dr. Murphy was presented the
Council's Educator Award for his
close relationship with Hillel over
the years.

WASHINGTON — Sam Beber,
Park Forest, Ill, community plan- -
1 ner and developer, has contributed
$100,000 toward acquisition of a
Bnai Brith youth camp in the
Middle West.
His gift was an-
nounced in con-
junction with the
100th anniver-
sary observance
of Bnai Brith's
District s i X, of
which the donor
was once presi-
dent, the young-
est man ever to
hold that office.
The district com-
prises several Beber
sections of the Middle West, in-
cluding Omaha, where, in 1924,
AZA was born. Michigan is also in
the district.
Ben Barkin, Milwaukee com-
munity leader and national chair-
man of the Bnai Brith Youth Com-
mission who accepted the gift, an-
nounced that the camp will be
operated by the Bnai Brith Youth
Organization primarily for leader-
ship training programs and infor-
mal Jewish eductaion. It will aug-
ment facilities used for this purpose
at BBYO's Camp Bnai Brith, Star-
light, Pa.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

F ■ liday, July 19, 1968-23

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Marlene Selig became the bride I
of Elliotte Moss in - a ceremony I
Thursday evening at Cong. Bnai
David with Rabbis Hayim Donin,
Benjamin Gorrelick and Joel Litke
officiating. Cantor Hyman Adler
chanted the vocal portions.
Following a Puerto Rico hon-
eymoon, the couple will live in
Oak Park.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Selig of Harding I
Ave., Oak Park, and Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Moss of Vernon Rd., Hunt- j
ington Woods.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of silk organza and Alen , I
con lace styled with a Sabrina
neckline, doublet sleeves and a
removable cathedral-length court
train. Her headpiece was a lace
and pearl double crown holding
a bouffant veil of silk illusion.
Attendants to the bride were
Judy Rosen, maid of honor, and
Laura Willens, Rebecca Jerris,
Harriet Weingarden and S h e 11 y
Rossman, bridesmaids.
The bridegroom's best man was
Gordon Moss, and ushers were
Larry Selig, David Priver, David
Appelman and Roger Shiffman.

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Brith Provides
Building for Head Start
As between your own life and
LAKEWOOD, N. J.—The Head
your friend's life, your own is
542-4735
Start program in this suburban
prior.—Baba Metzia 62
community has been given a $6,000
head start by Bnai Brith members
here.
Lakewood Judean Lodge of Bnai
Brith is providing the Head Start
program in Ocean County with' a
downtown two-story building and
adjacent land. The gift permits the
You are
agency to spend for additional pro-
gramming more than $6,000 it had
been paying for rent and busing
invited to attend
costs to a less desirable site a mile
out of town.
The Bnai Brith building is with-
the Grand Opening
in walking distance of the homes
of most of the 120 disadvantaged
children attending the Head Start
center.
Michael P. Silverman, lodge
president and an attorney w h o
serves as executive director of the
Ocean County Legal Service, an
Office of Economic Opportunities
Decor, Gifts n' things
program of civil assistance to the
indigent and needy, said the build-
ing will be available as long as
28851 Southfield Road
Head Start needs it.
11/2 Blocks South of 12 Mile Rd.

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Morris H. Price of Baltimore
is national membership champion
of Bnai Brith for
1967-68. Price en-
rolled 207 mem-
bers to finish
ahead of runners-
up Morton I.
Cohen of N e w
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York with 155
and Alex Wein-
garden of Clev-
eland with 138.
The largest Jew-
ish service or-
ganization in the
world with 500,-
Price
000 members, Bnai Brith inau- I
gurates a special membership drive
in the fall to mark its 125th anni-
0
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