Susan Green to Wed
Alan Mark Silver
activities in Society
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Green of
Pinehurst Ave., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Susan
Eileen to Alan Mark Silver, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver of
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Michigan State University's col-
lege of education, and was af-
filiated with Sigma Delta Tau
Sorority. Her fiance is a graduate
of Wayne State University, where
he was a member of Sigma Alpha
Mu Fraternity, and is now attend-
ing Wayne's law school.
An April 2 wedding is planned.
Branch Seven, Labor Zionist Or-
ganization, will meet 8 p.m. Sun-
On a visit to Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Spitzer of Vernon day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ave., Oak Park, will visit their daughter Judy, who is attending Irving Dunn, 19750 Burgess.
David Elazar, chief librarian of
the Beth Jacob Seminary in Jerusalem.
Mr. Gerald Ingber was honored at a 40th birthday party given the United Hebrew Schools, will
discuss "The History and Scope
by his wife Rachel in their Ann Arbor home.
of Current Periodicals."
Archaeologist Prof. Shemuel Yeivin
to Deliver 3 Lectures in U-M Series
MISS SUSAN GREEN
UHS Librarian to Speak
Before Branch Seven
"The Israelite Conquest of
Canaan" will be discussed by She-
muel Yeivin, Israeli biblical arch-
aeologist, for the annual Zwerdling
Lectures in Old Testament Studies
at the University of Michigan, 4:15
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday in
Auditorium D, Angell Hail. His sub-
jects for the two afternoon talks
will be "Conflicting Evidence on
the Conquest" and "The Conflict
On Tuesday, at 8:15 p.m., Prof.
Yeivin will address a combined
`Benjamin III' Slated
by Folk Chorus Concert
The Jewish Folk Chorus will pre-
sent "The Second Excursion of
Benjamin III," a concert marking
100 years of modern Jewish litera-
ture, 8 p.m. Sunday at the Jewish
Harvey Schreibman directs the
chorus, and Zalman Yachness will
MISS MARYANN DUNITZ
be narrator. The youth chorus and
Menasha Oppenheim of New York
The engagement of Maryann L.
will be on the program.
Tickets will be available at the Dunitz to Arthur Brian Greenstone
center box office the evening of is announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Saul G. Dunitz of Muir-
land Ave. Parents of the bride-
groom-elect are Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Greenstone of Shrewsbury
Miss Dunitz is a senior at the
Inquiries have come to The
Jewish News regarding the strange University of Michigan, where she
characteristics of the Tay-Sachs is affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau
and Niemann-Pick diseases which Sorority. Mr. Greenstone holds a
degree from Olivet Col-
are said to be predominant in Jew- bachelors
lege, and is currently attending
Wayne State University's la w
The diseases were mentioned in school. He is affiliated with Kappa
the Purely Commentary column in Sigma Alpha Fraternity.
The Jewish News, in the review,
Plans are made for a June 30
Jan. 5, 1962, of the Doubleday- wedding.
published "So Brief a Journey," a
novel, also dealing with intermar-
riage, by Marget Echard.
In that review, there was the
following quotation from the
A physician in the City of Hope
was explaining these diseases and
"It's a strange and interesting
medical fact that one in 50 of
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the Ashkenazim carries the Tay-
GEMILUTH CHASSODIM SIS-
Sachs gene, while only one in a TERHOOD will hold a dessert
thousand of the Sephardim carries luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, when
it. By the law of heredity, that Mrs. William Levin will speak on
means one birth in 10,000 of the "JNF Today" and the film "The
Ashkenazim will be a Tay-Sachs Third Temple" will be shown.
child, while of the Sephardim it Guests invited.
* * *
will be one in four million." He
proceeded to point out that "ghetto
PIONEER WOMEN'S COUNCIL
life of middle Europe had some- will hear a review by Mrs. Harry
thing to do with it. The Jews of Mondry of "The Fanatic" and "The
Spain and Portugal appear to have Stronghold," both by Meyer Levin
lived in less concentrated com- at the next Oneg Shabat-book re-
munities — hence, less in-breed- view 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Norman Leemon,
In the case of the fatal Tay- 18945 Fairfield. Mrs. Harold
Sachs disease, the child inherits Noveck will be chairman. Guests
the nervous disorder from his invited.
parents, and death generally
comes by age 31/2. Both parents Detroit Socialites to Roast
niust be carriers for the child to
be born with this disease, and a Wienies at Indoor Event
An indoor wienie roast will be
blood test has been devised
whereby a couple can determine given by Detroit Socialites 8:30
if they are carriers. It is believed p.m. Sunday at Cong. Gemiluth
that one of 28 Jews is a carrier, Chassodim.
Gertrude Steingold, social chair-
and only one of 315 non-Jews.
More information is available man for this function announces a
from the National Tay-Sachs short movie, "The Michigan
Association, 139 E. 57th St., New Story," will be followed by danc-
ing. The public is invited.
audience of the Hillel Foundation
and the Beth Israel Congregation
on "The Monotheism of the Patri-
archs" at the Hillel
Chairman of the Department of
Ancient Middle Eastern Studies at
the University of Tel Aviv, Prof.
Yeivin was first director of an-
tiquities for the government of
Israel and currently is visiting pro-
fessor at the University of Chicago.
A member of the Tel Aviv fac-
ulty since 1955, Yeivin holds de-
grees in archaeology and Egyptol-
ogy from the University of London.
He has headed or participated
in some 12 expeditions in the
Middle and Near East, including
two conducted by the University
Active on several research and
academic committees, Yeivin is
also the author of 12 books and
more than 400 articles.
The Zwerdling Lecture Series is
sponsored by the University of
Michigan Department of Near
Eastern Languages and Litera-
tures, jointly with the Bnai Brith
Hillel Foundation and the Beth
Israel Congregation. It is made
possible by a gift to the university
from Morris, Abraham and Joseph
Zwerdling in honor of their father,
Osias Zwerdling of Ann Arbor, and
their late mother.
All three lectures are open to
The old forget, the young don't
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MISS ARLENE BRODY
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brody of
Blackstone Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Arlene Denise to Ian
Bruce Hassin, son of the Sam Has-
sins of Lauder Ave.
The bride-elect is a junior at
Eastern Michigan University and
is affiliated with Sigma Kappa
Sorority. Her fiance graduated
from Wayne State University and
was affiliated with Sigma Alpha
Mu Fraternity. He is a sophomore
at the Chicago College of Osteo-
pathy and a member of the pro-
fessional fraternity of Lambda
A July 31 wedding is planned.
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