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June 19, 1970 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-19

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30—Friday, Jam 19, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prof. Goren to Address Hebrew U.
Dinner Honoring Shiffman June 29

Joseph Jackier, chairman of
Detroit Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, announced that Prof. Ar-
yeh Goren of the history depart-
ment of the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem will be the guest speak-

Linda Sue Spitz Becomes
31 rs. Michael Abramsky

A noted social historian, Dr.
Goren has just received the Co-
lumbia University Bancroft Award
for his newest book, "The New
York Jews and the Quest for a
Community." The central figure in
this volume is the late Dr. Judah
L. Magnes, first president of the
Hebrew University, who was prom-
inent in the formation of the New
York Kehilla before he settled in
what was then Palestine.

`Jewish Civil Servants'
to Study at Hebrew U.

JOSEPH JACKIER
-
er here at the scholarship fund
dinner to be held at the Cong.
Shaarey Zedek June 29.
The Hebrew University Torch of
Learning Award will be presented
that night to Abe Shiffman, promi-
nent Detroit philanthropist.
Dr. Goren, a native of Chelsea,
Mass., was a member of Gesher
Hazis, the American-established
Israeli kibutz. He studied at the
Hebrew University, received his
doctorate from Columbia Univer-
sity and is presently a visiting
professor in the Charles Warren
Center of Harvard University.

Prof. Goren is popular in Israel
as the interpreter of American
affairs on Kol Israel radio sta-
tion.

Ch a rnev Nemov Becomes
'Robert Oppenheim'sB ride

JERUSALEM — A five-week
graduate seminar to help train
"civil servants of the Jewish
community"—executive and sup-
ervisory personnel in Jewish in-
stitutions and organizations—will
be conducted by the Institute of
-Contemporary Jewry at Hebrew
University 'July 8- Aug. 12.
This is the fourth in the series
of seminars organized by the insti-
tute, which is part of the univer-
sity. Lectures and discussions will
be held on aspects of contempor-
ary Jewry throughout the world,
with special emphasis on Israel.
Aspects of contemporary dia-
spora Jewry will include global
perspectves on central issues of
contemporary Jewish life; varie-
ties of contemporary Jewish
thought; Jewish demography; and
contemporary expressions of as-
similation and identification
among Jews.

4 Israeli Films Offered _
Through JWB Bureau

Four Israeli motion pictures now
available for showings at Jewish
centers and other Jewish com-
munal organizations can be rent-
ed from the lecture bureau of the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
The 16mm black and white sound
films, whose running times range
from 60 to 90 minutes, are: "The
Art of Shai K. Ophir," spotlighting
the talking mime; "Israel's Night
of Stars," presenting- Israeli artists
in 22 performances; "Dress Re-
hearsal," a filmization of concerts
on location in Caesarea; and "The
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra,"
photographed during performance
at the Frederick Mann Auditorium.
For information, contact the
JWB Lecture Bureau, 15 E. 26th
Street, New York 10010.

MRS. ROBERT OPPENHEIM

SAM BARNETT

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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AS GOLD!

MRS. MICHAEL .ABRAMSKY

Everyone complains of his mem-
WE WRAP IT IN COLD
ory, but no one complains of his
BECAUSE IT'S SO GOOD!
at the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel, judgment.—La Rochefoucauld.
Linda Sue Spitz became the bride
of Michael Farrel Abramsky.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme officiated.
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Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Altman of Wood-
ON ALL MEN'S CLOTHING
land Ridge, Orchard Lake, and the
late Mr. Wilbur Spitz and Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Abramsky of Berkley
Ave., Oak Park.
WE RENT AND SELL
The bride wore a gown of im-
Ineuding the latest Edwardian Tuxedo
ported Alencon lace with a high
neckline and long fitted sleeves.

In a recent afternoon ceremony

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The A-line gown had a scalloped
edged bottom and a train with
scalloped edge attached from the
back of the waist. The bride's
headpiece was a waist-length
mantilla of the same lace. She
carried a French bouquet.
Carol Spitz served her sister as

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maid of honor. Bridesmaids were
tihtth/L,
Susan Miller, Mrs. Kenney Miller
Jewish Librarians
and Deborah Spitz, sister of the
bride.
to Gather in NYC
Best man was Alan Abramsky,
Detroit's Jewish librarians will brother of the bridegroom. Ushers
join their colleagues from all over were Melvin Boyer, Jon Posner
the United States and Canada and Kenneth Fink.
when the Association of Jewish
The newlyweds will reside in
Libraries meets June 21-24 at the Buffalo.
Commodore Hotel, New York.
Among those addressing the ses-
sions will be Shlomo Shunami, of Chajes"Out of the Desert' a = PURE BEEF
Israel, internationally renowned Published in New York
librarian and bibliographer, who
The piano score for "Out of the
will speak on the rescue of Nazi- Desert," an opera in two acts,
Kashruth Supervision by
looted books.
prominent Orthodox Rabbi;
composed by Julius Chajes, music
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
Announcement of the winner director of the Jewish Center, with
and two steady Mashgichim
of the annual award for the best lyrics by Michael Atzmoni Keen,
Jewish juvenile book published is now available through Transcon-
U.S.GoVtlaspocied
during the past year will be
tinental Music Publications, New
made at the closing banquet. The
York.
GENERAL OFFICESi
award is presented by the syna-
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sion of the association.
uses, liturgical and secular com-
The library association serves positions and Israeli and Arabian
Distributed in Detroit and Michigan by:
as a resource and information cen- songs and dances.
JULIUS POLLAK, 14558 Wyoming, Detroit Tel.: 931-0300
ter for Jewish librarians. Among
its projects this year will be the
sponsoring of a display booth of
Jewish books at the forthcoming
convention of the American Library
Association, in Detroit June 28-
July 4. Mrs. Rebecca Kellman,
Jewish Center librarian, is chair-
man of the committee, which also
includes David Elazar, United He-
brew Schools; Mrs. Myrtle Pres-
13725 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park, Mich.
cott, Adas Shalom; Mrs. Eleanor
Smith, Beth Shalom; and Mrs.
Bertha Wember, Temple Israel.
The Jewish Book Council of
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Charney Nemoy became the
bride of Robert Paul Oppenheim
in a ceremony last weekend in
Syracuse. Rabbi Jacob Epstein
officiated in Syracuse's Temple
Beth-El.
Parents of the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Nemoy of
Syracuse and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Oppenheim of Indiana Ave.
The bride wore a gown that lea.
tured a silk organza bodice, long
sleeves banded with imported
crocheted lace and a long detach-
able train. Her short illusion veil
was held by a matching lace head-
piece. She carried a nosegay of
blue bachelor buttons sprinkled
with marguerite daisies.
Estelle Nemoy, sister of the
bride, served as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Judith Oppen-
heim of Skokie, Ill., sister of the
bridegroom and Grace Chen of
New York City.
Marvin Oppenheim, brother of
the bridegroom, served as best
man. Ushers were Phillip Maisel
of Detroit and Frank P. Cartman
of Eddyville, N.Y.
After a honeymoon in Bermuda,
the couple will reside in Endwell,

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Detroit's Jewish Center is spon-
soring a tour to Israel for senior
adults in the Midwest Sept. 8-23.
The trip will include tours as well
as free time for visiting with fam-
ilies. Fees will cover flight, tour-
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Two representatives of the Cen-
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Interest already has been ex-
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