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June 28, 1968 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-06-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prof. Leonard Wolf,
Linda Paster Alarries
Poet, Author to Speak
Paula Glazer is Bride at Sholem Aleichem Jeffrey Ross of Ohio

26—Friday, June 28, 1968

offerold .Harmon Saper

MRS. JEROLD SAPER

Paula Jean Glazer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Glazer of
Onyx Ave., Southfield, was mar-
ried recently to Jerold Harmon
Saper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Saper of Louisville, Ky., formerly
of Flint.
Rabbi Leon Fram officiated at
the Sheraton Cadillac Hotel.
The bride wore a gown of
peau de soie with rose pointe
lace appliques and organza. The
short bodice was styled with
set-in sleeves and pearls scat-
tered on the appliques. A full
skirt of organza dropped from
the bodice, and a Dior bow held
the chapel train at the waist.
The bride wore a three-tier veil
of Elizabethan illusion which was
held by a semi-pillbox with
matching lace and pearls. She
carried a nosegay of roses.
Lois Glazer served her sister as
maid of honor.
Brian Saper was his brother's
best man. Ushers were the bride-
groom's other brothers, Roy, Craig
and Paul Saper, and Dennis Har-
mer.
After a honeymoon in New York,
the couple will live in Kalamazoo.

Toronto Yeshiva Achieves
College Status at Exercise

TORONTO (JTA) — The Ner
Israel Yeshiva here achieved col-
lege status this month when it
conferred degrees of bachelor of
Talmudic law on 13 students. The
degrees are recognized by three
Roman Catholic universities in the
United States—Georgetown, Ford-
_ barn and Loyola.
The Ner Israel Yeshiva, found-
ed in 1959, is a branch of the Ner
Israel of Baltimore. It is reported
to be arranging affiliation with
York University in Toronto. At
present it has 125 students in its
high school section and 45 at col-
lege level.

WEIN

e

Sholem Aleichem Institute at an
Oneg Shabat 8:30 p.m. today, will
present Prof. Leonard Wolf lec-
turing and reading him own poetry
and that of other poets in Yiddish
and English •
Dr. Wolf, pro-
fessor of English
at San Francisco
State College is
the director of
"Happening
House: A Com-
munity - Center-
e d Educational
Project For Dis-
sident Youth."
Dr. Wolf
Poet, author and critic, whose
works have appeared in many
litr a ry publications, Wolf trans-
lated from the Yiddish Itzik Man-
ger's "The Book of Paradise" and
also authored "The Poem As An
Event"; an Anthology.
This year he published the
book "Voices of the Love Gen-
eration" — in which he includes
15 taped interviews of the
Haight-Ashbury hippies that he
and his wife, Deborah, a folk-
lorist,' recorded.
Dr. Wolf is in Detroit for this
one lecture on his way to Israel,
where he will lie engaged in a
project this summer: recording
people reading long passages of
Yiddish books. He is attempting
to build a repository of the litera-
ture in the accents in which it was
spoken.
The lecture will be open to the
public for a nominal donation.
Refreshments will be served.

European Council to Join
Agencies to Raise Funds

GENEVA (JTA) — The Euro-
pean Council of Jewish Community
Services announced here that it
Would work with the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, the Jewish
Agency and the Keren. Hayesod-
United Israel Appeal ,in ari inten-
sive effort to maintain fund-raising
in the Jewish communities of Eur-
ope near the levels it reached last
year -during the emergency cam-
paigns that followed the Six-Day
War.
Josef Konkommer, chairman of
the council's fund-raising commis-
sion, said the emergency cam-
paigns last year had proven there
was "a tremendous potential for
fund-raising" in Europe and he
said the council believed the op-
portunity should be taken to keep
this potential alive for both Israel
and local Jewish communal needs.
The council has recommended that
an international European confer-
ence be held this autumn to devel-
op fund-raising activities.

MRS. JEFFREY ROSS

Linda Estelle Paster and Jef-
frey H. Ross were united in mar-
riage recently at the Sheraton
Cadillac Hotel. Rabbi M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
The couple's parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Merny -L. Paster of
Southfield Rd., Southfield, and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Ross of Univer-
sity Heights, Ohio.
The bride wore a gown of Eng-
lish net over taffeta appliqued in
garlands of Swiss Guipure lace
in a daisy motif. Her mantilla was
of silk illusion bordered in match-
ing lace.
Nancy Paster was the maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Susie
Paster, JoAnn Coville, Patricia
Kalayjian, Tina Klein, and
Marsha Schultz.
Harvey Ross served as best
man. Ushers were David Ross,
David Sheinbart, Melvin Ginsberg,
Ronald Abraham, Bobby Jacobs,
all of Cleveland, and Kenneth
Ehrlich of Chicago.
After a honeymoon in San Fran-
cisco and Las Vegas the couple
will reside in Los Angeles.

Berdichev-Keshenev
to Honor Jacob Resnick

The Berdichev-Keshenev Aid So-
city will hold a threefold celebra-
tion 8:30 p.m., July 8 at the Sho-
lem Aleichem Institute, it was an-
nounced by Frank Mersky, presi-
dent.
The affair will honor Jacob Res-
nick on his 80th birthday, celebrate
the 40th anniver-
sary of the or-
ganization of the•
society and mark
the 20th anniver-
sary of the es-
tablishment of
the State of Is-
rael. The guest
Michigan grows almost all of speaker will be
the country's navy beans.
Louis E. Levitan,
director of the
Detroit Israel
Resnick
Bond Organiza-
BY HENRY LEONARD
tion, and the celebration chairman
will be N. P. Rossen.
Resnick has been a member of
the society for 38' years and for 32
years has served as financial sec-
retary. Corning from Russia 58
years ago, he has lived in Detroit
nearly half a century, moving
here from New York in 1919. He
was a first cousin oft the late Rabbi
Morris Adler.
Resnick has been a member of
the Zhitomir Aid Society for 25
years and has served as fiaran-
. cial secretary and recording sec-
retary. He is also on the JNF ex-
ecutive board and has been ac-
tive in the Israel Bond campaign
and in Histadrut.
His two sons, Felix, violinist with
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,
and Sidney, who sings with the
Temple Israel quartet and the
Adas Shalom choir, will partici-
pate in a musical program in hon-
or of their father. Refreshments
will be served.

EARLY DEADLINE
FOR JULY 4 ISSUE

July Fourth Parade Set
by Oak Park Citizenry

Patriotism will be the theme of
the annual July Fourth Parade in
Oak Park, it was announced by
Benson B. Leet, parade marshal.
Sponsored by the Oak Park
Council of Community Organiza-
tions, the parade will start at 10
a.m. On the parade committee are
Isaac Benaim, Michael Field, Bud
Leve, Harold Finstein and Rich-
ard Burns.
Float entries will be judged by
Donald McIntyre, Oak Park city
manager; Danny Raskin, Jewish
News columnist; Bea Levitt, a se-
nior at Oak Park High School; and
Warren Spinner, a student at
Wayne State University.

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sachusetts and Rhode Island com-
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"Turn-away crowds every Shabbas
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Radomer Aid Society will meet
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