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May 01, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-05-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH HEWS
24—Friday, May 1, 1970

Mrs. Linden Heads Bontuit-SlutskyNuptials
Citywide Program to Be Held in September
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Planners Institute
.111-.11elvvn ROM zn July The 29•h annual Prt:::- a7:-. Plan-

MISS BARBARA MILLER

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller cf
Knob Woods Dr. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter Bar-
bara Jane to Melvyn Martin Rom.
son of Mrs. Jack Rom of Cranhroek
Ave. and the late Dr. Jack Rom.
Miss Miller. a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon Sorority, was gradu-
ated from the University of Michi-
gan and is presently attending law
school at the University of Michi-
gan and is affiliated with Kappa
Beta Pi legal sorority.
Mr. Rom graduated Phi Beta
Kappa from the University of
Michigan and attended graduate
school at the University of Califor-
nia at Berkeley.
A July wedding is planned.

UJA Aided 379,000
United Jewish Appeal funds have
helped over 379,000 Jews to emi-
grate to the United States. Canada.
Australia, Argentina. Brazil and
other countries of permanent
haven.

:,.. sponsored and or-
. -..men's clubs. educa-
tional social agencies
and civic grc -_;;; , . will take place
Wednesday a'. the Rackham Mem-
orial Building. Mrs. J. Stewart
Linden. general chairman of the
institute. is from the League of
Jewi•h Women's Organizations.
•cheduled to begin at 9:30
a m. with a keynote address by
Dr. Mel Ravitz. president of the
Detroit Common Council. His sub-
ject. "As I Look at Detroit." will
he expanded upon by a panel of
three.
"A Safer Community" will be
nrescribed by Police Ccrnmissioner
Patrick V. Murphy: "A Healthier
Community" by Morton Sterling.
head of air pollution control for
the Wayne County Health Depart-
ment: and - Understanding the
Narcotic Problem" by Detective
Martin Trombley of the department
of public safety. Grosse Pointe
Woods.
At the 11:40 p.m. luncheon Mrs.
John Shada will speak on "How
the Mature Woman Reacts".
The afternoon. from 1 to 2:30
p.m.. will feature concurrent dis-
cussion groirps on effective leader-
ship. program planning, fund-rais-
ing for special projects. how to
develop new leaders and finding
and using community resources.
A number of participting organi-
zations are federations and coun-
cils corn-Prised of many organiza-
tions. For information, call Dor-
othy Moor. 577-2166.
Participants from this- area in-
clude Mrs. Philip Bernstein of
the Jewish Welfare Federation
stet': Mrs. Louis Redstone. presi-
dent of the League of Jewish
Women's Organizations. and Mrs.
George Rubin. of the American
Association of University Women.
all of whom will serve in the dis-
cussion groups. Rabbi Max Kapus-
tin, director of the Bnai Brith Hil-
lel Foundation•at Wayne State Uni-
versity.. will deliver the invoca-
tion.
Mrs. Louis P. Miller of the
League of Jewish Women and
Mrs. Martha Cohen of the Jewish
Community Council are among
committee chairmen.

MISS KAREN BONWIT

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart E. Bonwit
of Wheaton, Md., announce the
engagement of their daughter
Karen Marsha to Mark Sender
Slutsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Si-
mon Slutsky of Oxley Rd., South-
field.
Miss Bonwit is studying compu-
ter science at the graduate school
of Cornell University. Her fiance
is a doctoral candidate in physics
at the University of Michigan.
Both are members of Phi Beta
Kappa honorary society.
A September wedding is planned.

Jewish College t o Award Degrees

NEW YORK--A major break- •
, through in higher Jewish education
in this country was announced by
Dr. Gershon Winer, dean of Berg-
liah-Jewish Teachers Seminary. It
overcomes the curtailed Judaic
program in joint study arrange-
ment,: between Hebrew teacher in-
. ,ititutes and secular colleges or the
need to undertake a double load
of study far beyond the normal re-
quirements for the B.A. degree.
Beginning with the Fall of 1970
semester. students may qualify for
the B.A. degree conferred by New
York colleges by enrolling in a
combined progam at Iferzliah-
Jewish Teachers Seminary and one
of the colleges in the metropolitan
area. Majors in Jewish studies will
he permitted to transfer up to 90
credits from Herzliah-J ewish
Teachers 'Seminary to the college
where they will be matriculating
for the degree.
Ilerzliah-Jewish Teachers Sem
:nary now accepts candidates for
the 1970-71 school year. The school
offers two programs: the combined
course of studies leading to a 13 A
by a New York college and a spe
cial program for students prepar-
ing for the Hebrew or Yiddish
teachers' license and the Bachelor
of Jewish Literature (B.J.1...) de-
gree. Students may select either
course of study with full cedit.

Admission to the teacher-train-
ing program is open to graduates
of secular and Judaic high schools
or their equivalent.
Further information may be ob-
tained by contacting Ilerzliah-
Jewish Teachers Seminary, 515
Bark Avenue, New York. PL 2-
7080.

Ife who does not know the force
of words cannot know men.

—Confucius.

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"Erev Mother's Day" Israel Bond
dinner dance. 8:45 p.m.. May 9, at
Cong. Bnai Moshe.
. A highlight of tne program will'
be the presentation of "Fighters
for Israel" emblems to Sally
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Michels for their efforts on heh5lf
of Israel from 1948 through 1956.
Mrs. Fields was the Midwest direc-
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Cohen was the Michigan director of
the MFI and Michels of Fremont,
0., was the Ohio director. They
helped to supply Israel with food,
clothes and other necessary ma-
terials. The presentation will be
made by Ehud Lador, Israel consul
in charge of cultural affairs for the
Midwest, Julius Jarcho, nationr. 1
director of Capital for Israel, will
participate.
Arnold Einhorn is the dinner
dance chairman. Music will be
provided by Eric Rosenow and his
Continentals. Dr. John J. Memos is
the president.
For reservations to the dinner
dance on behalf of Israel Bonds,
call 352.6770. Abraham Weberman
is ticket chairman.

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