Lynda Bonin Marries
Robert Rosenthal-of NY
Friday, March 24, 1967-23
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
activities in, Society
Two Detroit women will play key roles at the biennial convention
to the American Jewish Congress National Women's Division at the
Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C., April 4-6. Mrs. Arnold Frank,
immediate past president of the Detroit Women's Division, will serve
as co-chairman of the resolutions committee, and Mrs. Albert Silber,
program chairman of the local division, will chair the convention
program committee. Other delegates representing metropolitan Detroit
are: Mesdames Aaron Shaman, Milton Schwartz, Dellis Harwith, Morris
Miller, Maurice Shacket, Meyer Elman, John Sturman, Milton Gutow
and Jack Ross. The Detroit delegation will also deliver a paper des-
cribing the experiences of members who have participated in a success-
ful tutorial program in the area's public schools for the past three
years. At present 16 women are working with small groups of children
at Carver Elementary School, Oak Park, to upgrade reading and writing a
Temple Beth Jacob, Pontiac, hosted the Oakland Chapter Council
of Catholic Nurses at a model Passover seder Wednesday evening.
Rabbi Philip Berkowitz of Beth Jacob and Fr. Joseph Brady, chaplain
at Pontiac State -Hospital, interpreted the meaning of the Passover
symbols to Judaism and Catholicism. The Temple Beth Jacob Com-
munity Relations Committee and sisterhood sponsored this event.
Co-chairmen from Temple Beth Jacob were Mrs. Joseph Nosanchuk
and Mrs. Philip Berkowitz.
Shorrkey Emanah Sisterhood and its president, Fannie Laufer,
were presented with a plaque for their service to the synagogue by
Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash at a pre-Purim dinner Sunday evening in the
synagogue. Cantor Moses Serensen sang a number of selections and
Rabbi Samuel Adler spoke.
Arthur Boschan, 12935 Lincoln, Huntington Woods, is chairman of
a "Year of Tribute" luncheon reception in behalf of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, which will be sponsored by Bnai Moshe leaders
noon Wednesday, at the Standard City Club. Rabbi Moses Lehrman
will speak on "The Seminary's Image."
Hostesses for Women for the United Foundation "Inforama" held
last week for Torch Drive volunteers and contributors in Central
Wayne included Mesdames Alex Mann, Leslie D. Bloom and Isadore
Winkelman. Approximately 1,100 women attended the program.
Podiatrist Dr. David Blum, 15907 Prest, will attend the 1967
Midwest Podiatry Conference in Chicago April 7-9 at the Pick-Congress
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua- Shames, 19318 Roselawn, are planning a
three-month trip to Europe. Mrs. Shames will sing in concerts and
display her paintings during their stay.
The Cornfield Family Club will celebrate its 20th anniversary
at the Black Knight Supper Club Wednesday.
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Lynda Ilene Bonin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bonin of
Ardmoor Dr., Birmingham, and
Robert Charles Rosenthal, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rosenthal
of Buffalo, were united in mar-
riage March 19 in a ceremony at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Cantor Reuven Frankel
and Cantor Jacob Sonenklar offi-
The bride wore a gown of
double embroidered Alencon
lace and English netting over
peau de soie with scallops at the
neck, hem and sleeves. The
gown was worn with a coat
which formed a train of chapel
length. The fingertip veil was of
pure silk illusion and was at-
tached to a flowered band that
was double embroidered Alen-
Mrs. Garry _Bonin served as
matron of honor, and Cheryl Eisen-
man was maid of honor. Brides
maids were Paula Rosenthal and
Cheryl Wunder of Buffalo, Kay
Barris, Carol Bonin and Barbara
Steven Goodman was the best
man. Ushers were Richard Land,
Arnold Alt and Joel Lippes of
Buffalo, Kenneth Levine of
Chicago, and Garry and Donald
Bonin, brothers of the bride.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico, the couple will reside in
Rise to the Occasion
Attorneys David Goldman and
Nathan Shur called upon every ora-
torical trick they've learned from
years of practice to defend their
It wasn't easy, because their op-
ponents in the great debate—pat-
ent attorney Daniel G. Cullen and
assistant professor of English Dr.
Lawrence I. Berkove—think they
have the truth: latkes.
"Latkes vs. namantashen" was
the title of the debate sponsored
by Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood
Monday afternoon. Mrs. George
Parzen was chairthan of the day,
and Mrs. Henry Berris, modera-
tor, presided with a rolling pin.
Although the debaters called
upon Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the
Fathers), Shakespeare, television
commercials and _poetry to sup-
port their arguments, the debate
turned out a draw.
Mrs. Berris asked the audience,
acting as jury, to go home and
decide for themselves—in the
kitchen—which• side won.
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Dr. Harry Orlinsky Heads Bnai Brith a
Book Project to Foster Scholarship
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The "multi-track" program is de-
signed to reach different intellec-
tual levels, from the scholar to the
layman, within the adult Jewish
community. Works already com-
missioned or scheduled for publi-
cation will deal with Jewish his-
tory, sociology, religion, philosophy
Dr. Harry Orlinsky, professor
of Bible at Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Religiop,
is chairman of a Bnai Brith pub-
lications committee directing the
project, which has been in the
EAST SIDE CHAPTER will hold
planning stage for almost a year.
its annual installation of officers
Among works already sched-
and a luncheon 12:30 p.m. Tues-
is a 50-volume series of clas-
Mrs. Robert Coggan will install siss from Jewish literature edited a
Mesdames Joseph Radkin, presi- by Prof. David M. Sidorsky, direc-
dent; Bernard Shiller, Sam Leavitt tor of graduate studies in philo-
and Jane Rosenfeld, vice presi- sophy at Columbia University.
dents; Sol Robins, Sol Maneli and
Dr. Orlinsky said that the series
Joseph Bershas, secretaries; Irving would constitute a "fundamental
Beck, treasurer; and Barney Aaron, library of Jewish classics from the
junior past president. Board mem- Biblical era to the 20th Century,"
bers installed will be Mesdames comparable in scope to the Five
Phillip Golden, Arthur Stone, Jo- Foot Book Shelf and similar col-
seph Tanzman, Louis Weinman, lections.
Reuben Mogul and Dave Horowitz.
For "The Jewish Experience,"
For information, call Mrs. Ber- a one-volume history of the Jews
the context of Western civiliza-
tion, the author, Dr. Martin A.
Sol Robins, LI 84919.
Cohen, professor of history at He-
brew Union College-Jewish Insti-
$1,000 Prize Offered
tute of Religion, is applying mod-
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for Children s Play Thea- ish
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analyze statistical data and new
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an original play written for dill-
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according to an announcement Another title, "Sources of Au-
made by Philip Kisakove, chair- thority in Contemporary Jewish
man of the theater. This is the Life," edited by Dr. Charles S.
11th time in many years that the Liebman, professor of sociology at
theater has offered a similar prize Yeshiva University, will be the first
in its annual Golden Pen Play- volume in a series of critical studies
writing Contest. Funds for the dealing with contemporary Jewish
prize are made available by Norma issues. A specialized history of Jew-
U. Levitt, a member of the thea- ish social and national movements
ter's board of directors. Prize- in the United States is being writ-
winning manuscripts are also given ten by C. Bezalel Sherman for early
a professional production. publication.
The first volumes of a "Literaria
Manuscripts for the 1967 com-
petition must be submitted no later Judaica" series, limited-editions re-
than Sept. 20, 1967. Rules of the printing by facsimile of historic
contest may be obtained by writing works of the Haskalah (Enlighten-
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A comprehensive book publishing
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is Announced by Bnai Brith.
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