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June 24, 1960 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-06-24

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activities in Society


Miss Susan Lynn Epstein, of Flint, left last week with her
University of Michigan classmate, Miss Susan Lowry, of South
Orange, N.J., for a two-and-a-half month sojourn on the continent.
During their visit to England, France, Switzerland, Italy, Austria,
Germany, Denmark, Belgium and the Netherlands, the young
ladies will visit friends who have been studying abroad and attend
the Mozart Festival in Salzburg. The Flint traveler is the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Epstein.
Rosemond Hills Inn was the scene of Iota Alpha Pi sorority's
first annual pledge formal, when the Misses Judith Belsky, Bar-
bara Burstein and M. Anita Goldman were installed. Installation
of officers also was conducted by Barbara Pevzner, outgoing
president. Taking office were Audrey Schneid, president; Paula
Pollock, vice-president; Linda Balaban and Rose Freedman,
scribes; Miss Pevzner, bursar; and Pearl Konek, sgt-at-arms.
A garden party in honor of Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine will be
held by members of Windsor's Temple Beth El from 2:30 to 5
p.m., Sunday, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey White, 3715
Victoria Blvd.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Gran are leaving Detroit on July 1 to
take up permanent residence in Los Angeles, Calif. They will
temporarily make their home at the Beverly Comstock Apart-
ment Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wainer, of Canterbury Dr., were hosts
Sunday evening to 200 guests at a dinner-dance at Rainbow
Terrace in honor of the sixteenth birthday of their daughter,
Marilyn Irene. Out-of-town guests were here from Arizona, St.
Louis and New York.
Miss Roni Denise Yaffe, of 18244 Northlawn, recently had as
her house guests Lenny Fichtelberg, of Riverdale, N. Y., and
Donald Eisen, of North Bergen, N. J. She will leave soon for two
months as a counsellor at Camp Tagola, in Monticello, N. Y.
Mrs. Bee Kalt, of the Bee Kalt Travel Service, has just re-
turned from the Virgin Islands and San Juan, Puerto Rico, where
she was an official guest of the Puerto Rican Tourist Commission
and Eastern Air Lines.
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rotman (Paula Haberman), formerly
of Corning Ave., Oak Park, were honored at several parties given
by family and friends prior to his recent departure for Stuttgart,
Germany, where he will be stationed as captain in the U.S. Army
Dental Corps. Mrs. Rotman will leave today to join her husband.
She was graduated from Wayne State University with a BA
degree, June 16.
Mrs. Ruth Pesselnick received a master of education degree
at graduation exercises last week of Wayne State University.
Dr. Kenneth L. Shmarak has resumed residence here at 8130
Freda after being awarded a certificate in pedodontics at the
Columbia University school of dental and oral surgery in New
York. The certificate was awarded after completion of a two-
year fellowship granted by the United Cerebral Palsy Foundation,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shepherd, 19176 Manor Drive, will
sail on the S. S. Rotterdam July 1 for an eight weeks visit in
Great Britain and France. Mrs. Shepherd is a former Londoner.
Miss Ida Levine, of 12850 Woodward, Highland Park, will be
their traveling companion as far as Southhampton where she will
be met by her nephew and niece, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Levine,
who are presently living in Oxford, England.
A lawn party attended by relatives and a few close friends
was given by Mr. and Mrg. Harry I. Laker, of 19330 Marlowe, in
honor of the recent graduation of their son, Gerald, from the
University of Michigan dental school.
A surprise 25th wedding anniversary party honoring both
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gaines and Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Weiss
was recently held in the garden of the Ralph Rosens, of Oak
Park. The party was tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Gaines,
Sharon Del Gaines and Jeffrey Martin Weiss.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Freedman entertained last Sunday in
their new home in Farmington in honor of the return of Mrs.
Freedman's brother Lt. j. g. Gerald M. Arvin, who is back from an
extended tour of duty in the Far East with the U.S. Navy. Lt.
Avrin served as executive officer for three years on the USS
Deliver, and during that time was home-based in Hawaii where
he resided with his wife, the former Leila Kopstein, of Chicago.
The Avrin's daughter, Elissa Tamar, was born there. The Avrin
family is temporarily residing here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman S. Avrin, of 18631 Appoline.
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaner, of 18431 Monica, announce the
graduation of their sons, Dr. Manuel J. and Dr. Albert H., from
the University of Detroit school of dentistry.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Yates, of 15298 Miller, Oak Park,
announce the graduation of their son from the University of
Mrs. A. S. Weisner, of 19355 Wisconsin, has recently returned
from Israel by El Al Airlines after a seven-week visit with her
children, Mr. and Mrs. Boruch Rudyan (Delphine Weisner) and
their daughter, Dana Michele, of Kibbutz Barkai.
Harry Cohen has returned to Detroit after a three-month
stay in Israel.
Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldman were guests of Phillip Stollman
and Mr. and Mrs. Max Stollman, at a reception at the Stollman
summer home, on the occasion of the Goldmans' return from
tours of Russia and Israel.
Mrs. Lee Franklin Weinstock, of Snowden Ave. has as her
house guest her niece, Miss Rosalind Elson, a law student at the
University of Miami. Among those who have entertained for her
have been her cousins, the William Elsons, of Washburn Ave.,
and the Milton Elsons, of Littlefield Ave. Miss Elson will go
from here to be music and drama counsellor at Camp Tioga,
Flintstone, Md.



Ann Maxine Rogin became
the bride of Clement Farber at
a garden wedding solemnized
at the home of her grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Meretsky, of Riverside Dr.,
Windsor, Ont. Rabbi Sherwin
T. Wine officiated.
Parents of the couple are Dr.
and Mrs. James Rogin and Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Farber.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of white Swiss organdy
over white taffeta, fashioned
with a bateau neckline and
elbow-length pouf sleeves. The
fitted bodice and dome-shaped
skirt were appliqued with
daisies, and her shoulder-length
pouf veil was held in place by
one large daisy.
Mrs. Meyer Greenberg, sister
of the bridegroom, was matron
of honor, and the bride's sister,
Sandra Rogin, was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Ann
Rogin, cousin of the bride,
Judith Levinson and Linda
Gottfried. Cindy Greenberg, the
bridegroom's niece, was flower
Meyer Greenberg was his
brother-in-law's best man, and
ushers included Martin Farber,
his brother, Kenneth Rogin,
brother of the bride, Sam Ber-
linberg and Stewart Shear.
The couple is honeymooning
in Florida and Jamaica. Out-of-
town guests attending the wed-
ding were from California,
Arizona, Ohio and New York.

NY Education Dept.
Okays Yeshiva U's
Doctoral Program

New York State Education De-
partment is "quite satisfied"
with the academic records of
graduates who will receive
doctoral degrees Thursday from
the graduate school of educa-
tion of Yeshiva University
which was sharply criticized last
April by the department.
Dr. Frank R. Kille, Associate
State Education Commissioner,
also said he was pleased by the
"constructive steps" taken since
the department told the gradu-
ate school to overhaul its doc-
toral program and make other
At that time, the department
recommended a thorough scrut-
iny of the qualifications and
study performances of candi-
dates for doctoral degrees of
the graduate school this June.
The department also requested
that a conference be arranged
with its officials "before final
decisions are made on the grant-
ing of these degrees." Dr. Kille
said such a conference had
been held for the approximately
17 candidates and that his de-
partment was satisfied with
their records.

The first woman president
ever to be named to serve a
Reform Temple in the greater
Metropolitan area was elected
and installed last night (June
20) at the annual congrega-
tional meeting of Larchmont
Temple. Mrs. MAURICE MER-
MEY, of 54 Magnolia Avenue,
Larchmont, N.Y., was unani-
mously chosen by the congrega-

Early Deadline for July 8 Issue

On account of Independence Day, there will be an
earlier deadline for all copy for the July 8 issue of
The Jewish News.
Copy for that issue must reach us by noon on
Friday, July 1.
The usual 11 a.m. deadline on Wednesday remains
for Classified Advertising.

Dedicate Journal to Ben-Yehuda

The current issue of the He-
brew Medical Journal (Harofe
Haivri), now in its 33rd year
under the editorship of Dr.
Moses Einhorn, is dedicated to
the 100th anniversary of the
birth of Eliezer Ben - Yehuda,
father of modern Hebrew and
author of the voluminous He-
brew Dictionary and Thesaurus.
His son, Ehud, presents high-
lights of Ben-Yehuda's life.
The section "Medicine and
Religion" contains an historical
study by Rabbi Immanuel Jak-
obovits on "The Dissection of
the Dead in Jewish Law." The
author traces the origins and
developments of the basic prin-
ciples in Jewish legislation on
this subject from antiquity to
the present day. "Of all practi-
cal sciences," says the author,
"it is preeminently medicine
with which Judaism, historically
and intellectually, enjoys a nat-
ural kinship and to which Jew-
ish law is best qualified to ad-
dress reasoned, pragmatic rules
of morality."
A detailed description of the
way of life of the physicians in
Europe in the Middle Ages is
presented by Dr. Zussmann
Muntner, in an article entitled
"The Jewish Physician in Thir-
teenth Century Europe."
An excellent illustration of

the versatility of Jewish law-
makers in ancient times is fur-
nished by Dr. H. Rabinowitz in
an article on "Conception With-
out Cohabitation."
The role of Hebrew in early
European learning is discussed
by Dr. Joshua 0. Leibowitz,
The current issue also con-
tains an outline of the achieve-
ments and contributions of An-
gelo Heilprin, an outstanding
American Jewish scientist and
an early advocate of Darwin in
the United States. It is note-
worthy that Heilprin's geologi-
cal investigations had a bearing
on the United States policy in
the selection of the route of the
Panama Canal.

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Ann Rogin Married
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