MissHoffmanBetrothed Sheila Falik Engaged 'Miss SchneiderEngaged
to Mr. Kenneth Robiner
to Joel Harvey Set - lin. to' Dr. rthur
Friday, May 19, 1967-25
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
LAWRENCE M. COLTCN, son
of Mrs. Harry Colton, 8343 Hen-
drie, Huntington Woods, and the
late Mr. Colton, will be ordained
a rabbi June 3 at commencement
exercises of the Cincinnati School
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, the Ameri-
can seminary of Reform Judaism.
Colton is a graduate of Wayne
State University, where he receiv-
ed his BA degree in political
science in 1962. He holds a secon-
dary teaching certificate and for-
merly taught in public schools in
Michigan and Ohio. He is a mem-
ber of Pi Sigma Alpha Fraternity.
While preparing for ordination at
the College-Institute, he served for
the past three years as student
rabbi of Temple Beth El in Fair-
mont, W. Va. He has also served
as liaison to the Greater Fairmont
Council of Churches; as retreat
MISS SHEILA FALK
MISS LINDA HOFFMAN
MISS LINDA 'SCHNEIDER
leader for the youth group of
Mr. and Mrs. Chazkel Falik of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffman of
Mr. and Mrs. George Schneider Temple Emanu-El, and as instruc-
Radclift Ave., Oak Park, announce Tavistock Trail, Southfield, an- of Knob Woods Dr., Southfield, tor-adviser to Michigan State
the engagement of their daughter nounce the engagement of their announce the engagement of their Temple Youth. He is married to
Linda Beth to Joel Harvey Serlin , daughter Sheila Ann to Dr. Arthur daughter Linda RuUi to Kenneth the former Roberta Ann Fishman .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Serlin Millman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Robiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myer
Millman of Glastonbury Rd., South- Robiner of Renfrew Rd.
of Kenwood Ave., Oak Park.
The bridegroom-to-be is a grad-
The bridegroom-to-be is a grad-
The bride-to-be is a graduate of uate of Ohio Northern University
uate of Michigan State University,
Michigan State University. The and the Detroit College of Law.
where be was affiliated with Zeta
bridegroom-elect was graduated He is past-president of Alpha
Beta Tau Fraternity. He is now
from the University of Michigan's Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
'attending Wayne State University's dental school.
The couple has set an Aug. 24
A July wedding is planned.
A Dec. 17 wedding is planned.
`Bertrand Russell' Talk
"The Virtues and Vices of Bert-
rand Russell" is the topic of the
sermon to be given by Rabbi Sher-
win T. Wine at services of the
Birmingham Temple 8:30 p.m. to-
day at Robert Frost Junior High.
That charity which longs to pub-
lish itself, ceases to be charity.
Mach gilt and
Illiller-Jaye Wedding AJCommittee Urban Affairs Director
to Take Place Aug. 27 Urges Partnership to Battle City Woes
MISS REGINA MILLER
Mr. Richard A. Miller of Bell
Rd., Southfield, and Mrs. Cecile
Miller of York Rd., Huntington
Woods, announce the engagement
of their daughter Regina Aileen to
Steven Marc Jaye, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph A. Jaye of Marlow
Ave., Oak Park.
The bridegroom-to-be attends
Wayne State University.
wedding will take place
to Eric Brown of NY
MISS LYNN METZGER
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Metzger of
Wareham Dr., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter Lynn Ann to Eric Fischer
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
nett D. Brown of Long Island City,
Miss Metzger and her fiance are
graduates of the University of
A summer wedding is planned.
The American Jewish Commit- '
Construction of many new
tee's urban affairs director , visit-
school facilities in central areas
ing Detroit last week, called for "a
(largely with federal aid) and
shotgun marriage between those the conversion of some older
forces in society that command the buildings to a variety of differ-
great technical resources in hous-
ent educational uses.
ing, education, employment and
Business- and community-backed
law enforcement and America's "housing development corpora-
racial underclass who demand tions" that would carry out pro-
that their claims on society be grams' of rehabilitation in slums,
while at the same time creating
Irving M. Levine, director of ed- suburban and new town develop.
ncation and urban programing ments for low-income - groups.
for the American Jewish Commit-
Use of professional community
tee, spoke at the annual dinner of organizers to rally troubled and
the AJC's Detroit Chapter at the crime-ridden neighborhoods
to meet law enforcement problems.
Levine said that there are grow- 1
Levine concluded that no strate-
ing signs that racial animosity is gy would work unless the federal
going to be with us for awhile and government makes the rebuilding
perhaps intensify in the future. He of cities the number one priority.
said, "If we can't change atti- He praised Mayor Cavanagh for
tudes, let's at least change be- his leadership in dramatizing the
havior. If we can't create mutual needs of the city. Levine warned,
love and respect, let's work on "Unless there is a strong public
mutual concern and achievable outcry, the present congressional
goals. A marriage of convenience mood is a threatening one on leg-
sometimes turns out to be a last- islation and appropriations in pov-
Levine suggested a "technologi- erty, model cities, rent supple-
cal strategy" in different problem ments, civil rights and aid to pub-
Prof. David Mirsky, Yeshiva U.
to Speak at Brunch Reception
Rabbis of nine congregations in ;
the area are joining a brunch re-I
ception in honor of Prot David
Mirsky, dean of admissions of
Yeshiva University. It is being
tendered by Dr. and Mrs. Jacob E.
Goldman at their
home, 12800 Bur-
ton Oak Park,
10:30 a.m. Sun-
will be Rabbis
Hayim Donin of
Bnai David, Is-
rael Goodman of
James I. Gordon
of Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
Israel I. Halpern of Beth Abraham,
Joel J. Litke of Beth Hillel, Sam-
uel H. Prero of Young Israel of
Northwest Detroit, Charles Rosen-
zweig of Port Huron Congregation,
Samuel Stollman of Shaar Has-
homayim, Windsor, and Jerome
Wolicid of Beth Tefilat Moses.
The brunch is being held under
the auspices of the Detroit
Friends of Yeshiva University,
who will be holding the 12th
annual dinner June 21 at the
Sheraton Cadillac Hotel, with
Daniel A.. Laves as guest of
honor and Sen. Abraham A.
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New York Mayor JOHN V.
LINDSAY addressed the annual
conference of the Lubavitcher
Youth Organization attended by
delegates from 12 countries. In his
greeting to the youth group, Lind-
say voiced his full support of their
program. During his visit to the
Lubavitch headquarters, the mayor
conferred with Rabbi M. A. Hoda-
kov, head of the secretariat of
the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Men-
achem M. Scbneerson.
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