SusanShefflin Illinois Faxon to Moderate Elaine La pidesEngaged
toilarryDr.CarlColien Center Town Hall to Irwin fay Deutch
MISS SUSAN SHEFFLIN
Mr. and Mrs. David Shefflin of
Highland Park, Ill., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Susan to Dr. Carl J. Cohen, son
of Mrs. J. L. Cohen of Stansbury
Ave., and the late Dr. Cohen.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Chamberlayne College, Boston.
Dr. Cohen is a graduate of the
University of Toronto medical
school and received his specialty
training in dermatology at Cincin-
nati General Hospital. He is now
on active duty with the United
States Public Health Service.
A December wedding in High-
land Park is planned.
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Mrs. Hermanoff Returned
as President of Trustees
at Shapero Nursing School
Miss Klein to Wed
Mr. Gunsberg in March
Mrs. Irvin Hermanoff was re-
elected president of the Shapero
School of Nursing Board of Trus-
tees at the annual meeting of the
Also reinstated were Lawrence
Michelson, treasurer; Mrs. Alan
Schwartz, recording secretary; and
Mrs. Herman Blumberg, corre-
Dr. Gertrude Gass was elected
The board of trustees of Sinai
llespital also announced the ap-
pointment of David C. Kreger
and Max Shaye to the board of
trustees of Shapero School, a
program in practical nursing.
They will serve three-year
Mrs. Hermanoff and Mrs.
MISS EILLEEN KLEIN
MISS ELAINE LAPIDES
Schwartz were also reappointed to
the board along with ex-officio
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klein of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Lapides member, James Bonner, repre-
of Canterbury Rd. announce the senting the Cunningham Drug Co. Jerome Ave., Oak Park, announce
engagement of their daughter
the engagement of their daughter
Elaine Judith to Irwin Jay Deutch,
Eilleen Sharon to Robert M. Guns-
son of Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph H.
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Excuse Us, Please
Dutch of Canterbury Rd.
Gunsberg of Prest Ave.
Miss Klein attended Highland
The bride-elect is a senior at
Due to a regrettable typograph-
Parley to Eye Problems
the University of Michigan: Mr. ical error in the Page 1 article on Park College. Mr. Gunsberg at-
of Teens; Beth El, JFCS Deutch, a graduate of U. of M.'s Baruch Litvin's volume "Jewish tends Wayne State University,
of business administration Identity," Rabbi Isaac Soloveit- where he is affiliated with Tau
Take Hand in Counseling school
and law school. was a member chik of Boston was listed as de- Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
"Much has been said about adol- of Tau Epsilon Rho Fraternity and
A March 6 wedding is planned.
escents—that young people are dif- elect?d to the Order cf the Coif:
The line, which refers to a letter
ferent than they were in the past.
A December wedding is planned. written to David Ben-Gurion from
This is true. It is because our
Good Selection of
prominent rabbinical leaders,
society is different. In the past,
should have read: "the late Chief
our environment helped us.
Rabbi of Israel Isaac Halevy Her-
"Today in an environment whichl
zog; Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik of
has loosened man from his ethical;
Boston; and the late Rabbi Chaim
Bead Your Gown
and moral moorings, .it is of little
Heller of New York."
For the Holidays!
help. It therefore devolves
the home to create an environment! will hold its 59th annual meeting
in which young people will find 11 a.m. Sunday at the Home.
• Free Instruction
stability, discipline, and worthy
and his ORCHESTRA
values."—Rabbi M. Robert Syme. will give reports on developments
"Music at Its Best
of the past year and plans for the
for Your Guests"
Rabbi Syme of Temple Israel, future. Featured speaker will be
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board president of Family Service
(In Broadway Market)
of Metropolitan Detroit, will be
chairman of the general opening
session of the Family Service As- psychiatric consultant at the Home.
Have Your Family Portrait • Wedding
There will be election of board
Tastefully Photographed by
sociation of America's biennial
Our Professional Stc.ff
conference Nov. 10-13 at the members, with the slate being pre-
sented by Ben Kramer, chairman
Sta tler Hilton.
One of the key topics at the of the nominating committee.
The Home is a constituent
biennial will be "Today's Teen-
agency of the Jewish Welfare
agers: Values, Attitudes and Be-
havior." Speakers will report o.n Federation and a recipient of
how some of the 328 family agen- Allied Jewish Campaign funds
to meet its budgetary needs.
cies throughout the country deal
Founded in 1905, the Home has
with these problems daily.
deveploped methods and tech-
Many adolescents have been
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niques of service to the aged
helped during the past two years
by a special experimental project
financed by Temple Beth El. The
Truly the finest Music
caseworker, under supervision of
There are 310 residents, to
Entertainment for the discriminating
Family Service of Metropolitan De- whom extensive medical and nurs-
troit, provides on-the-spot counsel- ing care facilities, occupational
ing as soon as a call comes in and physical therapy, a therapeutic
from the police department or the workshop, social, recreational and
juvenile court about a delinquent spiritual activities are available. 1
The importance of expansion to
A similar service has been pro- accommodate more applicants has i Lincoln 5-8614
vided for years by the Jewish Fam- led to the construction of the 210-
ily and Children's Service to Jew- bed Borman Hall and Fleischman
ish youth in contact with police Pavilion on W. Seven Mile and
and juvenile courts. A caseworker Sunderland, which will be ready
attached to JFCS staff receives the for occupancy shortly.
referral from the police and makes
contact with the family in order
Mrs. Morton Sobell
to work out the problems before
they become too severe and un- to Appear With Author
Helen Sobell, wife of imprisoned
atom spy suspect Morton Sobell,
"Speedy Recovery," "Sympathy" or "Bon Voyage"
Free Checking Service
will appear with Walter Schneir,
more important than what you say
to Start at Commonwealth author of a new book published
is how you say it. Expressions of
Bank of the Commonwealth Sun- by Doubleday on the Rosenberg
sympathy, best wishes or congratu-
day became the first bank in De- case, at the Southfield Unitarian
lations are much more effective with
troit to offer free services for Church, 23925 Northwestern High-
personal checking accounts in way, 8 p.m. Sunday. The public
a gift basket that speaks for you
which a minimum monthly balance is invited.
. . . in on eye-appealing, taste-tempt-
Sentenced at the same trial in
of only $194 is required. The new
ing and satisfying manner.
checking services will go into which the Rosenbergs drew the
We are Michigan's leader in
death penalty, Sobell has now
effect Nov. 1.
GIFT BASKET PREPARATION
Under the plan, the bank will served more than 15 years of a
not charge for checks, deposits, or 30-year term. He has consistently
There must be a reason!!
monthly statements on the new maintained his innocence.
New facts revealed in the book
accounts. The bank will also con-
colt 8624800 .. and CHARGE III
tinue its Pay-by-Check and regular by Waller Schneir, written in col-
checking services for customers laboration with his wife, titled "In-
147 e g g
who prefer to obtain checking vitation to an Inquest," form the
3205 W. McNICHOLS RD. (at Wildemere)
services without regard to the basis _for a Sobell petition for a
DETROIT 31. MICHIGAN
maintenance of a balance.
The Jewish Center has announc-
ed the inauguration of a month-
3y "Town Hall" series on crucial
issues to be held at the Center
beginning 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
The series, free and open to the
public, will be moderated by State
Rep. Jack Faxon of the 15th Leg-
The Nov. 11 "Town Hall" will
feature a symposium on the is-
sue of public support for non-
public schools and the principle
of church-state separation.
Speaking for the issue will be
William A. Ryan, state representa-
tive from the 3rd District, and Ray
Jagels, principal of St. Philip's
Ernest Mazey, executive direc-
tor of the American Civil Liberties
Union, and Richard Wilde, ex-
ecutive board member of Protest-
ants and Other Americans United
for Separation of Church and
State, will argue against the prop-
Home for the A.aed
On the Air
This Week's Radio and
Time: 9:15 a.m. Sunday.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
Feature: "Tale of the Moon," a
story by I. L. Peretz, will be pre-
sented as part of a tribute to Yid-
dish literature. With Melba Winer,
hostess of this series, will be Mrs.
Morris Friedman, chairman of Yid-
dish and Hebrew literature for
Book Fair at the Jewish Center,
and Moishe Haar, director of Sho-
lem Aleichem Institute. A dra-
matic rendition of stories by Pe-
retz and Sholom Aleichem will be
performed by Evelyn Orbach, pro-
gram associate of the Jewish Com-
munity • Council.
* * *
HEAR OUR VOICE
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: "'Voice of the Folk
Singer" will include songs of
Shlomo Carlebach, Hassadic rabbi
and folk singer.
* * *
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Feature: '"One Hundred Chil-
dren," the second in a new series,
"Journeys Into Understanding,"
will dramatize the incidents lead-
ing to the evacuation from Poland
of 100 children and their arrival
in Haifa soon after World War I.
City of Hope Couples
to Hold Planning Session
City of Hope Mr. and Mrs.
Group will meet 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Meyer Feinstein, 22158 Dante, Oak
Final tabulations of the leu-
kemia letter project will be made,
and preparations for a major fund-
raising project will be started. A
social hour will follow.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
22—Friday, November 5, 1965
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