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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-08-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS '

28—Friday, August 2, 1968

Midrasha, I.T. of D. Are Cooperating to Present
To Guide BB Council Affairs in '68:69 Pioneering Program of Jewish Studies in Fall

The University 'of Detroit and
the Midrasha College of Jewish
Studies are cooperating to offer
a program of Jewish studies start-
ing in the fall, credits for which
will apply toward a bachelors de-
gree, according to Fr. Malcolm
Carron, U. of D. president.
Both Fr. Carron and Albert
Elazar, president of the Midrasha
College, expressed gratification at
this agreement.
Installed as officers of the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith
Fr. Paul Conen, dean . of the
Council for 1968-69 were (from left) seated: Herman Kasoff, Max
college of arts and sciences, ex-
Kushner and Louis Segel, vice president; George Tarnoff, president;
Arthur C. Schott, chaplain and board of governors District 6; and
plained that the program's aims
are "to foster knowledge of .
Henry Edelman, vice president. Standing are Max Lieberman,
Judaism both among Jewish_ and
treasurer; Bernard Panush, board of governors District' 6; Nathan
Rubenstein, trustee; Harry Pearson, chairman of trustees; Gary
non-Jewish students as one of
Alter, executive director; Edward Schlussel, Wilfred Leon, Felix
the basic influences of Western
Rosenzweig and Harry Nathan, trustees; Robert Reiss, recording
religion and culture, leading
secretary; Samuel Greenberg and Arthur 1. Shapiro, trustees; May-
students to a deeper understand-
nard C. Kalef, assistant recording secretary; and Marvin Posner,
ing of contemporary western
trustee. Missing from the picture is Ronald Kane, trustee.
civilization and to guide both
groups toward unprejudiced mu-
tual understanding."
The program will allow students
to major or minor in Jewish stud-
ies with a maximum of 64 credits
BUSINESS AND PROFES- toward the 128. • required for a
SHOLEM ALEICHEM LODGE
bachelor of Hebrew letters degree
will meet 8:30 Wednesday at SIONAL CHAPTER will have its
Turover Hall. This social meeting annual kosher chicken barbecue
will be dedicated to Philip Ka- 6'p.m. Aug. 13 at the home of Mrs.
plan, past president of the Sholem Betty Katzman, 15211 Joan, Oak
Aleichem Lodge, who now lives in Park. There will be prizes and en-
Florida. There will be a report tertainment. Prospective members
from the last meeting of the Me- will be welcome. For reservations,
tropolitan Bnai Brith Council and call Molly Moss, VE 8-1823; or
arrangements will be made for a Alyce Diamond, WE 4-0843.
picnic Aug. 11. Refreshments will
be served by Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER will
uel Bassin. Alex Gottlieb, presi- - hold its annual rummage sale 8:30
dent, asks members to bring a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 16 at the Fern-
prospective members.
dale Woman's Club.

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from the College of Jewish Stud-
ies.
U. of D. students who wish to
work beyond this toward an addi-
tional or simultaneous degree from
the college in either a bachelor
of Judaic studies or bachelor of
Hebrew literature will be able to
do so.
Courses will be offered both on
the U. of D. campus and at the
,college.
Dr. Shlomo Marenof will be co-
ordinator and adjunct .professor
for the program. From the college
will be adjunct associate profes-
sors Naphtali Wiesner and Ben-
jamin L. Yapko; adjunct • assistant
professors Simcha Berkowitz, .Jay
Braverman, David Kadosh, Sam-
uel S. Stollman; and adjunct in-
structor, Solomon Schimmel.
Four courses will be offered
in the fall on campus.: The Jews
and Western Civilization: The
Spanish Center to the Industrial
Revolution; Sects in Judaism
During the Second CoMmon-
wealth; A Survey of Jewish
Thought; and The Philosophy of
Martin Buber and Existential;

ism. These will be taught by
the faculty of the College of
Jewish Studies.
Dr. Marenof will continue to
teach courses in Jewish literature
and comparative theology.
"This is one of the first, if not
the first, cooperative venture of
this kind between a Jewish college
and a Catholic college," said Fr.,
Conen. "We believe that in addi-
tion to attracting Jewish scholars
to the campus it will broaden
the education of our U. of D.
students."

MUSIC

INVITATIONS. & ACCESSORIES

Mr.-, Mrs. David Segel.
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Bnai Brith Women The Newlyqued Sterns
Offer Head Start to Resi- t Ing
. in Ann Arbor
Inner-City Youths

The Bnai Brith Women's Council
of Metropolitan Detroit is partici-
pating in summer "Head Start
Program" in four Detroit inner-
city public schools.
The volunteers
are assisting
„-
with pre-kindergarten c 1 a s s e s,
aiding the teaching staff and
working with the children in all
Planned activities.
. Mrs. Gordon Fruitman, presi-
dent of the council, and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rodman, community services
chairman, urged Bnai Brith worn-
en to volunteer for the regular
school program commencing after
Labor Day.
• Volunteers are needed • to re-
lieve the teachers of non-profes-
sional chores, allowing more time
for instruction. The volunteer may
bring her own special talent to
the class room or work with a
small group of children or indiv-
idual child.
For information, contact chap-
ter community services chairmen,
or Mrs. Rodman, 547-0455.

JACK

STERNTHAL

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FINAL SALE OF
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Formerly to $69.98

MRS. DAVID SEGEL

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MRS. MICHAEL STERN

Joan Lindenbaum and Michael
Stern were married recently in
Washington, D.C., where Rabbi
William E. Seaman of Washington
Hebrew Congregation officiated.
The bride and bridegroom,
both graduates of the University
of Michigan, are the children of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Lindenbaum of
Fairfax, Va., and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Stern of Brookline Mass.
After a honeymoon in Martha's
Vineyard, Mass., the couple has
made their home in Ann Arbor.
The bride wore a full-length
A-line skimmer silhouette gown of
silk organza over peau de soie,
fashibned with long fitted sleeves
and an appliqued shoulder train
with chapel sweep. The wedding
ring collar of Venise lace and
matching bands accented the prin-
cess design lines of the dress. A
short appliqued veil fell from a
cluster of bows atop a crown with
crystals and edged in tiny pearls.
She carried a bouquet of rosebuds
and Marguerite daisies.
Sue Barahal of New York
was maid of honor. Karen and
Deborah Stern, sisters of the
bridegroom, and Linda Rosenz-
weig of Detroit were brides-

Harry S. Tamm of St. Louis
was best man. Ushers were David
Boyer of Brookline and David
Lindenbaum of Fairfax, brother
of the bride.

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Roberta Nancy Hubert, daughter
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son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Segel
of Still Valley Dr.. Farmington.
Corner Rutherford
Rabbi Irwin J. Groner officiated 410 ►
at the ceremony, which was held
at Cong. Shaarey. Zedek.
After a honeymoon in Aca-
pulco, the couple is making their
home in Southfield.
The bride wore an English net
cage gown appliqued in garlands
of Swiss lace over a fitted slip - of
peau de soie with bishop sleeves
and a high neckline. A Camelot
headpiece held her chapel-length
mantilla of silk illusion bordered
in lace. She carried a wicker bas-
ket of daisies and baby's breath.
Mrs. Leslie E. Htibert served as
matron of honor. Cheri Segel, the
bridegroom's sister, Carole Mey-
ers and Mrs. Larry Steiner were
bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaids
were Carol Manning, and Linda
Katzman..
Jack Upfal was best man. Ush-
ers included Leslie E. and Rich-
ard B. Hubert, both brothers of
the bride, Richard Kronick, Larry
Steiner and - .Marc'; Katz. Jerry
Segel, brother 0 the bridegroom
and Howard Hubert were junior
ushers.

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