Linda Goodman Is Wed Rep. Conyers Gets Wide Support for Opportunity Act
Congressmen Leonard Farbstein, in sponsoring the Full Opportunity 000 annually for 10 years, which
to Ronald M. Rossen
Jacob Gilbert, Seymour Halpern, Act as a tribute to the late Dr. seeks to deal with the major prob-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, January 24, 1969
J. J. CLARKE STUDIO
Portraiture of Distinction
lems of poverty and discrimina-
Allard Lowenstein, Richard ()Wa- Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Full Opportunity Act, orig- tion. The legislation has full em-
ger, Bertram Podell and Benjamin
ployment, minimum wage, family
Rosenthal joined with Congress-
man John Conyers Jr. of Michigan omnibus bill, costing $30,000,000,- allowance, compensatory educa-
tion, post secondary education,
adequate housing, and anti-dis-
American Jewish Leaders Ask Thant
to Intercede for Condemned Iraq Jews
MRS. RONALD ROSSEN
Linda Sue Goodman and Ronald
Mark Rossen recently exchanged
wedding vows at Temple Israel.
Rabbis Leon Fram, Jacob Segal
and M. Robert Syme, and Cantor
Harold Orbach officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.1
and Mrs. Samuel L. Goodman of
LaGarrone Ave., Southfield. The
bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Jack
Rossen of North Park Dr., South-
field, and the late Dr. Rossen.
The bride wore a gown of peau
de soie with a full watteau train
and French net yoke and sleeves
appliqued in beaded motifs of Em-
Mrs. Steffan Taub was her sis-
ter's matron of honor. Barbara
Rossen, sister of the bridegroom
was maid of honor, bridesmaids
were Cheryl Agree, Carol Edel-
berg, Barbara Levy, Ellen Ros-
en and Mrs. Harvey Goodman.
Edward Leib served as best
man. Ushers were Harvey Good-
man, brother of the bride, Richard
Levy, Robert Moss, Ronald Riback,
Dr. Steffan Taub, Barry Thall and
After a Jamaican moneymoon,
the couple will reside in Ann Arbor.
Join U.S.-Israel Group;
Former Detroiter Moshe Dworkin
has been appointed national co-
ordinator of the American-Israel
Chamber of Commerce and Indus-
try following announcement that
members of Volunteers for Israel
Products, of which Dworkin was
coordinator, has joined the Cham-
Volunteers for Israel Products is
a group of young American busi-
nessmen concerned with developing
commercial ties between the U.S.
and Israel. The Chamber consists
of leading American and Israeli
businessmen a n d industrialists,
headed by Max Ratner of Cleve-
land, president, and Samuel Gal- I
lant, executive director.
The new association means, said
Ratner, "that in future years, the
Chamber will have young business-
men in growing firms who see Is-
rael as a major outlet for their
know-how and as a source of im-
ported goods, as well as a major
area for investment expansion."
Gallant said that a special young
businessmen's committee estab-
lished within the Chamber will
interest and help American com-
panies establish industrial plants
and business concerns in Israel.
With other Chamber members they
will promote Israeli goods in the
Dworkin received a bachelors
degree from Wayne State Univer-
sity and his MA from the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. There, be was
a Woodrow Wilson Fellow ma-
joring in the political economy of
developing nation s. He has
served as national director of the
Student Zionist Organization.
He represented VIP as a delegate
to the 1968 Prime Minister's Eco-
nomic Conference in Jerusalem.
NEW YORK (JTA) — Secretary-
General U Thant, of the United
Nations, has been asked to investi-
gate reports that three Iraqi Jews
have been sentenced to death in
Baghdad for allegedly spying for
Israel "and in the event they are
correct, to take every possible step
to halt a perversion of justice."
The request to Thant was made
in a telegram from Rabbi Herschel
Schacter, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
Rabbi Schacter said the reports
also revealed that four other Jews
are on trial for their lives and 12
more have been arrested on the
seine charges. "It goes without
saying that if these reports are
correct, they constitute a very
serious challenge to the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights at a
time when the United Nations has
just completed a year of rededi-
cating itself to the protection of
human rights," Rabbi Schacter
The trial took on new interna-
tional ramifications Wednesday
when Baghdad Radio claimed the
alleged spy ring had been based
in neighboring Iran. According to
the radio broadcast, two of the
Jews on trial "confessed" to hav-
ing undergone a three-week train-
ing course in espionage and sabo-
tage in the Persian Gulf oil town
of Abadan. The Iranians were
alleged to be operating the Israeli
spy ring in Iraq.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee called on the U.S. government,
the United Nations and its mem-
ber countries, and non-govern-
mental agencies to urge the Iraqi
government to tell "the whole
story." The AJC added that "as
many as 100 other Iraqis—Moslems
and ,Christians as well as Jews"
maygate a similar fate.
In London, the Board of De-
puties of British Jews has urged
that world opinion be brought to
bear on the Baghdad govern-
ment. In a statement, it declar-
ed that the charges must be
false since the Jewish defend-
ants had been under arrest since
the June 1967 Arab-Israeli war
and could not have engaged in
Nevertheless, all appeals to the
Baghdad government to commute
the death sentences have yielded
no results so far, the chairman of
Korean Karate Cimrse
Starts at Center Feb. 10
-A 10-week course in Tae Kwon
Do (Korean Karate) will begin 7:15
p.m. Feb. 10 at the Jewish Center.
Registration for the classes, which
will meet one night a week begins
Feb. 2 in room 202.
Individuals who have paid the
registration fee are entitled to train
an additional night each week at
the Michigan Tae Kwon Do Asso-
ciation's main branch, 17580 Wy-
oming. The association is directed
by Sang Kyu Shim, 7th degree
MAGDA AND JACQUES INSTI
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Mile, Sotuhfield, is now presenting
complete facial programs under
the direction of Magda, European-
trained specialist and graduate of
the American Association of Aes-
Man drinks in light along with theticians in New York, first
the atmosphere. That is why peo- licensed school for skin care in the
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are available daily for consulta-
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—Charles Baudelaire. tion.
the Iraqi Immigrants Association
said here. David Patia, a member
of the Knesset, said he had his in-
formation from reliable diplomatic
sources abroad. It was reported,
but not verified, that they had al-
ready been executed.
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Although the legislation was in-
troduced several months before the
report of the Kerner Commission
on Civil Disorders, it mirrors
the findings of the commission and
is the only legislation which would
implement its recommendations,
Conyers said. The Full Opportunity
Act has not only been endorsed by
such groups as the Southern Chris-
tian Leadership Conference and the
Americans for Democratic Action,
but also by Prof. Daniel Patrick
Moynihan, urban affairs adviser
to President Nixon.
Senator George McGovern is the
principal Senate sponsor and is
seeking other co-sponsors in the
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In a recent ceremony at Kings-
ley Inn, Arlene Rae Fishman be-
came the bride of Seymour Mar-
shall Burg. Rabbi Lawrence Colton
of New Bedford, Mass., Rabbi M.
Robert Syme and Cantor Harold
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Fishman of Ivan-
hoe Rd., Huntington Woods. Her
husband is the son of Mrs. Sylvia
Burg of Briar Dr., Oak Park, and
the late Mr. Abraham Burg.
The bride wore a gown of peau
de soie with sleeves, neckline
and Empire waistline trimmed
with beading and a matching
cathedral-length train. She wore
a veil of French illusion, and car-
red orchids and Stephanotis on
Sister of the bride, Mrs. Law-
rence Colton, was matron of honor
Bridesmaids were Barbara Roch-
lin, Joan Rochlin, Freddie Fisher-
man, Pam Cherin, Betty Rotberg,
Ann Fuchs and Mrs. Norman Hear-
shen and Carole Burg, both sisters
of the bridegroom.
Robert Epstein was best man.
Ushers were Stewart Epstein, Ken-
neth Epstein, Jerry Fishman, Rich-
ard Rochlin, Howard Feldman,
Lester Docks, Norman Hearshen
and Larry Silets.
Following a Florida honeymoon,
the couple will settle in Royal Oak.
Mikva Banquet Sunday
Some seats are available for the
annual banqbet of Mikva Israel
and the Women's Orthodox League
6:30 p.m. Sunday at Shaarey Sho-
Rabbi Isaac L. Swift of Cong.
Ahavath Tora, Englewood, N.J.,
will be guest speaker.
Proceeds of the dinner go for the
support of the ritualarium on 10
Mile Rd., the only one available to
Detroiters and residents of sur-
rounding areas. Mikvah Israel is
planning to expand the facilities.
For reservations, call Mrs. Jos-
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