100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

October 13, 1967 - Image 27

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-10-13

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Steinbach-Slavin Troth
Announced in _Minas

Torch Drive

Mrs. Leslie Bloom, 20065 Shrews-
bury, has been named a region
chairman for the Central Wayne
residential campaign house-to-
house solicitations in the 1967
Torch Drive which begins Tuesday
and continues through Nov. 9.
Mrs. Bloom's appointment was an-
nounced by the Central Wayne
unit chairman, Mrs. F. William
Feld of Highland Park.
Serving as a region chairman

Judi Ann Carp to Speak
Vows With New Yorker

MISS BARBARA STEINBACH

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Steinback
of Glencoe, Ill., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bar-
bara to Roy H. Slavin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Slavin of Green-
field Rd., Southfield.
Miss Steinback is a senior at the
University of Wisconsin, where
she is affiliated with 'Alpha Epsi-
Ion Phi sorority. Her fiance, a grad-
uate of the University of Michigan,
where he affiliates with Sigma
Alpha Mu Fraternity, is attending
the University of Wisconsin law
school.
The couple has set a June 23
wedding date.

"ckoff Tuesday

for the Central Wayne business
campaign is Saul J. Rubin, presi-
dent of Grossman Livonia Realty
Co.
This area's contributions will go
toward the over-all Torch Drive
goal of $26,360,595 which will un-
derwrite the operating costs for
nearly 200 local, Slate and national
health and community services.
Of this total goal, nearly $1,000,-
000 is to be raised through resi-
dential solicitations in the tri-
county area. Target for community
business campaigns is $501,246.
More than 130,000 volunteers
will call on neighbors and fellow
workers for contributions during
the 19th annual Torch Drive.
The drive officially begins at
noon Tuesday when 500 key volun-
teers will gather for the kickoff
luncheon in the Grand Ballroom
of the Sheraton-Cadillac Hotel,
campaign headquarters.

NYU Philosophy Prof,
Israel Knox, to Speak
at Sholem Aleichem

Mrs. Morris Friedman, chairman
0' the adult planning committee
of Sholem Aleichem Institute an-
nounces an oneg Shabat will take
place 8:30 p.m. October 20, at the
institute.
The president of the Institute,
MISS JUDI CARP
George M. Zeltzer, will introduce
At a recent champagne party, Dr. Israel Knox, associate profes-
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Carp of Sher- sor of philosophy at New York Uni-
bourne Rd. announced the engage- versity, who will lecture in English
ment of their daughter Judi Ann on "Tradition and Secularism in
to Fredric David Frank, son of Jewish Life."
A luncheon-meeting, sponsored
Mr. and Mr. Jacob Frank of New
Rochelle, N.Y. Miss Carp is the by the Women's Division and Chap-
ter
One of the institute will also
daughter of the late Mrs. Reva
feature' Dr. Knox as guest speaker
Carp.
12:30 p.m. Oct. 21.
A senior at Michigan State Uni-
Both lectures are open to the
versity where she is majoring in
public. For information and res-
special education, Miss Carp is
ervations to the luncheon call the
affiliated with Sigma Delta Tau institute, 342-7440,
Sorority. Her fiance, a graduate of
Michigan State University, where
he was affiliated with Sigma Alpha
Mu Fraternity, is working toward
a master's and PhD degrees in
psychology at Wayne State Uni-
Nine out of the 178 pages of
versity.
poems by Paul Goodman, in his
A Sept. 7 wedding is planned.
collection of verses entitled
"Hawkweed," are "Little Poems."
They are stimulating and delight-
ful, as is the entire collection, pub-
lished by Random House.
A section of poems entitled "Ex-
MISS HARRILEE BONUS
ile" includes one called "At Mich-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bonus
igan State University" and another
of Goldwin Ave., Southfield an-
named "Washington, D. C." the
nounce the engagement of their
text of which is
daughter Harrilee to Richard J.
"I am, like Jefferson,
Levine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian
on the axis but across the lagoon."
Levine of Knob Woods Dr., South-
"Sonnets" group includes one
field.
called "Freud." -"Ballads and
Stories" and "Making Love" are
Miss Bonus is a graduate of East-
other delightful sections. So also
ern Michigan University. Mr. Le-
are
"Growing Old" and "Sentences
vine, who is attending Wayne
and Prayers." "Moses" among the
State University's law school, is
miscellany is a cheerful bit.
a graduate of Miami University,
Oxford, 0., where he affiliated
The longest-lived land mammal
with Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity.
A large delegation of Detroit-
The couple plans to marry in
ers was on hand to welcome Dr. was an Indian elephant who died
August.
BERNARD MANDELBAUM, pre- at age 69 on Sept. 26, 1939.
sident of the Jewish Theological
The smallest mammal is the
Seminary, at a reception in his
shrew, which can measure 11/2
honor. At right MORRIS KAR-
inches at maturity.
BAL, reception chairman, is
shown receiving from Dr. Man-
delbaum an album of apprecia-
Now . . .
tion for his charter membership
in the Detroit chapter of the
There Are
seminary's National Patrons Soc-
Two
iety. Looking on is BENJAMIN
Corners
WEISS, chairman of the local
chapter and an overseer of the
On
seminary.
Livernols
With
Beth Aaron Sisterhood
Internationale
Readies Antique Show
Fashions I

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 13, 1967-27

Adviser to Volunteers Will Address Meeting

Dr. Hanoch Rinot, former dir- ees, a newsreel, "Six Days in
ector-general of Israel's ministry June," information on current vol-
of education , will address a "Vol- unteer programs and open discus-
unteers Evening" 8:30 p.m. Sun- sion. Refeshments will be served.
day at the Jewish Center. The , next groups of volunteers
Dr. Rinot will discuss his exper- are departing for Israel Nov. 28
ience as educational adviser to the and Feb. 1. For information, call
volunteers in Israel, and there will Assaf Orr, 864-5696, or the Jewish
be reports from volunteer return- Center, DI 1-4200.

Mach gitt and

Wis Ordiestra

New Phone: 358-3642

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY:

I just can't thank you enough for everything you did of the Bor
Mitzvo. Just to soy thanks does not seem enough, it was so gorgeous
I just couldn't believe it .. . I don't think you could hove done a
nicer job if we were your own family . . . I will never ever forget
this night .. . I feel I've known you all my life.

ekeatianA, Ng_ eilit

Party Flower Specialists

U.S. Sussex

15212 W. 7 MILE RD,

345-4383

Whateemb

• Bonus E-ngaged
I-I a rrtlee
to Richard J. Levine

Paul Goodman's
Collected Poems



Riesweeds

IR Watches

kwin•Sr

• Stainless
• Uwe,

Large selection of china

in many designs. and
colors.

13tidarsnxitti and
litisoi Gifts

STERLING
SILVER

Seminary Prexy
Welcomed Here

Savo 25% oa Suck
Foams Broods

• Glerkem
• Reed $ Illedi•d

SAVE 25%



Welfare



leN•:rediedeed



Lame



swan-Mar

'

..ALL
ry„;
Noll Arad Pheift...01AINWO.1 0r/i'

Ti WOOD JEWELRY'

2602

N. WOODW

at 121, Mite Reed -

ROYAL OAK

.

el 9.4401,M1

Al Beigler, Your Most

MEL SEFFINGER ANNOUNCES

at Synagogue Oct. 22-23 ,

19301 Livemois nr.

7

EMILY BROWN, Bridal Consultant

Beth Aaron Sisterhood will spon-
sor its "Antiquity Village" antique
and art show beginning 11 a.m.
Oct. 22 and 10 a.m. Oct. 23 at the
synagogue.
Snacks and meals will be avail-
able, with free parking provided
Proceeds will go towards the build-
ing of the new synagogue.
For information, call' Mrs.
Jerome Silberman, DI 1-0436,, or
Mrs. Leo Gaspas, 626-6795 or
626-8906.

apaninck

tj hrte

APPAREL FOR GENTLEMEN AND YOUNG MEN

FORMAL WEAR and RENTALS

25146 Greenfield, No. of 10 Mile (Greenfield Center) Phone: 542-8636

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan