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May 01, 1970 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-01

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Jewish Woman Power Rallied

Marilynn Rosenthal, I
U-M Grad Student,
Winner of 2 Awards

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 1, 1970-23

Definitely Different!

PHOTOGRAPHY

Sinvitations
NIrs. Marilynn Waratt Rosenthal,
by
wife of Avram Rosenthal, of Li-
vonia, is the recent recipient of twe :
awards: a University of Michigan Professional Photographer
Hopwood Writing Award and a na-,
for all occasions
tional Danforth Graduate Fellow Most REASONABLE PRICES in /3
ship for Women.
Detroit
Mrs. Rosenthal received
an
FOR ENTERTAINMENT
For more information call
award in the major essay divsion
Handwriting Analysis, Caricatures,
549-0233
Plus
for her study of the Detroit rumor
SEYMOUR SCHWARTZ AGENCY
situation in 1967-68. It is part of a
356-8525
longer, comprehensive work
At the leadership luncheon for presidents and other officers of
leading Jewish organizations hosted by 3Irs. Morris L. Schaver, 'will eventually be a book dealing
with the sociological, psychological
chairman of the Detroit Israel Bond Women's Division, are (from
and historic dynamics of rumor
left) Mrs. Schaver; Mrs. Walter Leibo of New York, national Israel
and mass behavior in America.
Bond women's division director, who was guest speaker; Mrs. Samuel
Hamburger, chairman of the 1970 All-Israel Fashion Festival-Lunch-
Mrs. Rosenthal also was one of
eon; and 3Irs. David Pollack, sponsor chairman. 3Irs. Leibo appealed
27 women awarded fellowships for,
to "Jewish women power" to help secure peace and security for
1970-71 from the Danforth Founda-
Suburban
Israel through strengthening its economic resources. The fashion show
tion of St. Louis.
will be held June 1 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
She is a doctoral student in the
GREEN-8 ONLY!
American culture program at the
Greenfield-8 Mile Roads!
University of Michigan and on Cie
faculty at Eastern Michigan. She
is a free lance writer and origina-
tor and editor of "Offspring" mag-
and
azine
and "Humanistic Judaism."
"Philosophy in an Age of Crisis— Bargman Memorial Lectures. Mrs.
Jewish Views" is the theme of this Bargman contributed gerierously to She is the mother of three.
year's NIidrasha Institute scheduled the support of the institute before
Michigan ranks fifth or higher
to begin 8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the her death, and the executors of the
LaMed Auditorium of the UHS Bargman estate are continuing to in production of more than 20
NEW'. COVERED LOOK!
major
food crops, although rank-
Southfield Campus Complex.
provide the funds for this annual
ing only 22nd in the land area.
event.'
Rabbi Irving Greenberg, asso-
Dr. Greenberg, rabbi of River-
ciate professor of history at Yeshiva
lcez pol)r,tcr. print with
dale Jewish Center, was Fulbright
University, will
a phated skirt. Packable.% machinr
Visiting Professor in History at Tel
discuss "A Hasi-
u.a.lbable !rat elf r. L1.11 ITED
Aviv University in 1961-1962.
dic Response to
QUA:OMEN. HURRY.'
He has been director of Hillel
Crisis," an anal-
Foundation and lecturer in Near
ysis of the think-
Eastern Judaic studies at Brandeis
ing of the Baal
University and rabbi of Young
SATURDAY
Shem Tov, Sch-
Israel of Brookline.
neerson and A. J.
and
A PhD graduate of Harvard Uni-
Heschel.
FROM THE
SUNDAY
versity, Rabbi Greenberg was or-
On Nlay 12, Dr.
, dained at Beth Joseph Rabbinical
Steven S.Schwarz-
Seminary. Many of his articles
child of the phi- Dr. Greenberg
SEYISILCMUCL
81050
have been published in leading
losophy depart-
ment, Washington University, will Jewish magazines.
KAPLAN
speak on "The German Dilemma•"
and Co_
on May 19, Rabbi Alan Miller of Emanuel Litvin Heads
the Society for the Advancement of
IMPORTER AND CUTTERS
Judaism will discuss "Approaches Israel Celebration
OF FINE DIAMONDS
to Modernism," and on May 26, the
Saturday 9:30 to 9,
15738 UVERNOIS
series will conclude with Dr. David in Mount Clemens
CHARGE IT:
Sunday 12 to 5
DI 1-5515
Sidorsky of the philosophy depart- ; Harvey Levenberg Lodge, Bnai

NEIL EL MOOCH!

4

-I
J

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Illidrasha Institute to Begin
With Rabbi Irving Greenberg

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

BUY DIRECT

IMPORTER

GREEN-8 ONLY

ment, Columbia University, on Brith, of Mount Clemens, is spon-
"Emerging Philosophical Trends." soring Israel's 22nd anniversary
Institute planning committee 1 celebration 7 p.m. May 24 at Beth
chairman Lewis S. Grossman and Tephilath Moses Synagogue, it was
his committee .invite the com- , announced by Emanuel Litvin,
chairman of the Mount Clemens
munity to attend. The committee
includes Joel Altus, Mrs. Henry State of Israel Bonds.
A cocktail reception will precede
Berris, Lawrence W. Crohn, Da-
vid Elazar, Dr. Joseph Fauman, the dinner.
Abba Friedman, Gordon Gins-
The entire Mount Clemens-
Port Huron Jewish community
berg, Julius Harwood, Louis La-
Med, Mrs. Samuel Linden, Jerry
will participate in this celebra-
Malamud, Sherwood Sandweiss
tion. Guest stars Jan and Lillian
and Mrs. Carl Schiller.
Bart will give a special perform-
ance from "Fiddler on the Roof."
The institute is officially desig-
nated as the Mina and Theodore
The committee planning this
communitywide affair includes
chairman, Emanuel Litvin; co-
chairmen, Evelyn Gersh, Blanch
Heinfling and Max Schwa rt z;
Mount Clemens committee, Jerome
Balas, Louis Davis, Larry Gold-
berg, Paul Litvin, Milton Maltz,
Ben Rosen, Martin Rubin, Dr. Jos-
eph Scher, Jack Schwartz and Rab-
bi Ellis Sultanik; and Port Huron
committee, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dres-
cher, Mr. and Mrs. David Dres-
cher, Dr. and Mrs. Earle Propp,
Rabbi Charles Rosenzweig and Dr.
and Mrs. Michael Sabbagh.
For information and reserva-
tions, contact Litvin, 74 Belleview,
Mount Clemens, 468-7114.

Juliet, Bankard,
Antcricard

Jeffrey Dunn to Take
Bride, Judy Friedman

Livonia Sisterhood
to Hold Donor Banquet

Livonia Jewish Congregation Sis-
terhood will hold its annual mother-
daughter donor banquet 6:30 p.m.

MISS JUDY FRIEDMAN

May 13 at the synagogue.
Following dinner, entertainment
will be provided by the Sweet
Adelines, an all-women's barber-
shop singing group. Proceeds will
go to the synagogue for its activi-
ties.
For tickets and information call
Mrs. Lois Gordon, 356-6708.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friedman
of Avon Ave., Oak Park, announce
the engagement of their daughter
Judy Ann to Jeffrey Alan Dunn,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Dunn
of W. Lincoln Ave., Oak Park.
The bride-elect is a junior in
HOUSING IN ISRAEL
Wayne State University's college
of education. Mr. Dunn is a junior
Over 45 per cent of the people in
at WSU and is affiliated with Al- Israel live in non-profit-making
housing, jointly owned by the Jew-
pha Epsion Pi fraternity.
A December wedding is planned. ish Agency and the government

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