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October 25, 1968 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-10-25

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- Robbins-Ochs Nuptials
Scheduled for Summer

UNICEF Director
Denies Funds Aid
Anti-Israel Texts

Judith Jo II ax Becomes
Mrs. James Goldwasser

MISS MARGARET ROBBINS
In his letter to Bank, Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Robbins of said that "No UNICEF funds
have
been or are used to pur-
Glengrove
Dr..
Birmingham.
an-
,
chase or distribute a n t i-Israel
nounce the engagement of their
materials in any nation. You may
daughter Margaret Dee to Richard
have noted specific references to
Alan Ochs son Mr. and Mrs.
texts found in refugee camps in
Norman P. Ochs of Majestic Ave.,
the Middle East. UNICEF funds
Oak Park.
have not been used to provide
The future bride attends Wayne
books for refugee schools.
State University. Mr. Ochs, a form-
or University of Michigan student.
"In J u n e." Bailey continued,
attends WSU, where he is affiliated "the UNICEF executive board, on
with Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity. which Israel was represented, re-
A July wedding is being planned. viewed the education projects UNI-

Synagogue Council Backs Voluntary Film Rating

NEW YORK (JTA) — The Syna- sorship, which the council found
objectionable.
gogue Council of America has an-

nounced its support of the new vol-
untary rating system for motion
pictures announced by the Motion
Picture Association of America.
The Council, central coordinating
agency for the rabbinic and lay
congregational bodies of Conserva-
tive, Orthodox and Reform Juda-
ism in the United States, said it
welcomed the measure because it
afforded protection of the young
from films intended for mature
adult audiences and avoided cen-

In response to charges that the
United Nations Children's Fund is
allowing some of its funds to be
used for anti-Israel Arab textbooks,
C. Lloyd Bailey, executive direc-
tor of UNICEF has issued a "clair-
fication of this unfortunate misun-
derstanding."
Bailey replied to a letter from
Barry S. Bank. director of the
youth education department at
Adas Shalom, who had stated his
concern about the allegations made
earlier by a New York school prin-
cipal. Jewish youth groups join in
the annual Halloween campaign to
collect funds for UNICEF.

When a girl marries she ex-
changes the attentions of many
men for the inattention of one.
—Helen Rowland

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Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "Views and Reviews
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Ministry of Education and Culture,
is questioned about the recent
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Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: The series on Masada
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The Zionist Council of Detroit
has named as chairman Isadore Masada." A new musical work,
Shrodeck of the Labor Zionist Or- composed by Martin Kalmanoff, is
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COMMUNITY CURRENTS
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Time:
9:30
a.m.
Sunday.
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Station: WJBK.
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Feature: "A Conversation with
Mrs. Ruben Bien-
Ehud Lador." Lador, consul for
cultural affairs to the consulate
stock, Hadassah;
general of Israel, discusses with
recording secre-
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In a recent afternoon ceremony
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Judith Jo

Bloomfield Hills, became the bride
of James Stephen Goldwasser. Mr.
Goldwasser is the son of Mrs.
Laurence Goldwasser of St. Louis
and the late Mr. Goldwasser.
Mrs. Harvey Wax was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids -were Mrs.
David Wax, Mrs. Sheldon Karon,
of Highland Park, Ill., sister of the
CEF assists. The report under con- bridegroom, and Maureen Karon
sideration stressed that one of the also of Highland Park. Wendy Wax
Leonard Baruch Runs
goals of all international education, was flower girl.
for State Representative
be free from any I
The bridegroom's twin brother,
Sen. Philip Hart and Leonard P. programs must
Iform of discrimination, is at the Tom Wasserman, of Washington,
Baruch met to discuss legislation
foundation of UNICEF's work."
D.C.,
was best man. Harvey Wax,
affecting the residents of Oakland
David Wax and Sheldon Karon
County.
Stone
were ushers.
Baruch is Democratic nominee lliss
Mrs. Mae Krause, grandmother
/ -
for state representative in the 64th
of the bride, was also in the wed-
District, including Farmington,
ding party.
Farmington Township, West
Following a honeymoon at Hyan-
Bloomfield Township and a seg-
nis,
Cape Cod, the couple is resid-
ment of. Southfield.
ing on Cranbrook Rd.
Baruch is treasurer of the South-

field Public Library Board, presi-
dent of the American Education
Development Co. and director of
Camp Petosega.

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