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

June 30, 1978 - Image 18

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-30

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

18 Friday, June 30, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LAWN SPRINKLERS

Service Work
Our Specialty

Zeldis' 3rd Novel: 'Marriage Bed'

NEW YORK — Chayym
Zeldis' latest novel, "The
Marriage Bed," has been
published by G.P. Putnam

652-7651

411'
THE FINEST AND
LARGEST POOL BUILDER
IN THE MIDWEST

Almost a quarter of a century of
supplying discriminating buyers has
earned an unequaled reputation for
Miami Pools.
And, if you purchase a pool from Miami. we'll give
5150.00 to your Temple or Synagogue.
You are cordially Invited to visit our beautiful indoor display
at 33060 Northwestern Highway at Fourteen Mile Road.

miami blue water pools, inc.

33060 Northwestern Highway SOUTHFIELD OFFICE:358-0012
West Bloomfield, Michigan
ROMEO, MI. OFFICE:152-6333
626.5131

GOING TO THE
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN?

IF SO, THEN CONSIDER CAREFULLY THE
VARIOUS LIVING ALTERNATIVES OPEN TO YOU
AS AN INCOMING FRESHMAN . . .

WE ARE

ALPHA EPSILON PI FRATERNITY

.

. We are unlike any fraternity in the nation.
We offer to the incoming freshman a chance
to gain a truly meaningful experience
within the mainstream of the college community.
We offer a very casual, non-restricting atmosphere,
spacious living areas, Kosher meals,
recreational facilities, social activities,
great location, upperclassmen to
aid students in studies .
.
and our cost is surprisingly Low—

LESS THAN A DORMITORY!

For More Information: i1

An Arty, 011188 9944205
Beak Phil 59 3133

-

or Write:






a



a
a
a
a
a
a
a

a
a

a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a

a








a




AEPI FRATERNITY
1620 Cambridge Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 481 04

Sons.
It is described as a searing
novel of a modern marriage;
a journey through the
labyrinth of self-betrayal
and emotional breakdown,
to self-knowledge and ulti-
mate freedom.
What does a young hus-
band do when he discovers
his bride in bed with
another woman? This is one
of the problems posed and
resolved.

Since childhood Peter
has walked a tightrope.
On one hand he strives to
accommodate his
affluent and ambitious
family; on the other hand
to heed the call of an
inner voice that tells him
there is more to life than
power, more to his own
sexuality than a need for
domination.
But when Peter accedes to

his parents' wishes and
marries Angela, his emas-
culating cousin, he finds

`Give Labor Role
in Peace Moves'

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Avraham Katz, a
Knesset-member of Likud's
Liberal Party wing, has cal-
led on Premier Menahem
Begin to include leaders of
the opposition Labor Party
in the decision-making as-
pects of the peace process.
Katz, regarded as a
"dove" by Likud standards,
made his proposal in an
open letter to Begin and a
similar one to Labor Align-
ment chairman Shimon
Peres, suggesting that he
participate.
Katz said he offered his
ideas because Israel faces
tough times ahead in its re-
lations with the U.S. which
calls for maximum solidar-
ity on the home front. He
also contended that a con-
sensus exists between the
government and Labor on
key foreign policy issues.

LOVE TO

SARAH GOLDE

On Her

86th BIRTHDAY
From Her Children:

ESTHER NORBER, HELEN & LEE KASOF,
DON & BERNICE, GOLDE &
MARILYN GROBESON

Grandchildren:

EVIE & HURSHEL MILLER,
MARSHA & FRED ROSENBERG
LORI & BILL SHANKMAN, DAID GOLDE,
AUDREY & JOEY KASOF,
MITCHELL & JAY GROBESON

Great Grandchildren

SUSIE, DAVID & JOEY MILLER,
LARRY & MARK ROSENBERG

that he has sacrificed not
only all that is best in him
but his very sanity as well.
While Peter's first novel
soars to success, his father
meets a scandalous death,
and the pirating of Peter's
second book plunges him
into a sea of emotional con-
fusion and imminent col-
lapse. But Peter's break-
down proves to be a break-
through.
Zeldis is national public-
ity director for Women's
American ORT, and the au-
thor of "Golgotha" and
"Brothers."

JDC Aids Blind
Israeli Kids

Flint News

Flint Students
Study in Israel

Six high school students
from the Flint area are par-
ticipating in various prog-
rams in Israel this year,
partly funded by the Com-
mission on Jewish Educa-
tion of the Flint Jewish
Community Council.
They_ are: Miriam
Labiner, Scott Schafer,
Karen Shevin, Saul Fellus,
Mark Pelavin and Suzanne
Griffel.
The commission also
funds programs of profes-
sional growth for teachers.
Sophie Barkman will at-
tend the Summer Institute
of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Los Angeles; and
Rhina Griffel, Beth Rise-
man, Claudia Zacks and
Gladys Schuster will attend
a teacher training work-
shop conducted by Dolores
Kohl Education Foundation
in Wilmette, Ill.
The commission is accept-
ing applications for the
1979 Israel summer prog-
ram for high school stu-
dents. Application deadline
is Sept. 30.

JERUSALEM — The
promise of increased vision
is the promise held out to
many Israeli children
through a newly estab-
lished low vision center op-
erated by the Jerusalem In-
stitute for the Prevention of
Blindness, it was reported
by Ralph I. Goldman, execu-
tive vice president of the
American Jewish Joints Dis-
tribution Committee.
With the help of a grant of
over IL 1 million from the
Robert Bank Fund within
the endowment fund of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
of San. Francisco, Marin
Flint Obituaries
County and the Peninsula,
made through the JDC, the Mrs. Rubenstein
clinic has acquired the
Florence B. Rubenstein, a
latest equipment to treat
volunteer on behalf of
those suffering from severe
cancer patients, died June
visual defects.
19 at age 52.

The institute operates
through a team consist-
ing of two eye doctors, an
optometrist, a social
worker, a psychologist
and an educational ad-
viser, working as a unit.

Mrs. Rubenstein was cre-
dited by Gov. William G.
Milliken with being the im-
petus behind legislation
providing insurance be-
nefits for those who have
In addition to JDC, the lost body parts from illness.
clinic has received help She received the Sword of
from the Ministry of Health Hope Award from the
and the Ministry of Labor Genesee County Unit of the
and Social Affairs. It is lo- American Cancer Society
cated in Hadassah's Strauss for her efforts.
Health Center. A revolving
Mrs. Rubenstein was a
fund assists the handicap- volunteer for the cancer soc-
ped in purchasing glasses iety and was involved in its
and other optic aids.
Reach for Recovery prog-
ram.

Black Jew Says
Israel Not Racist

NEW YORK (JTA) — An
Ethiopian Black Jew who is
a student at Ohio State
University, says it "is abso-
lutely untrue" that Israel is
a racist country, a charge
frequently leveled by its

Arab foes.

Yaacov Dan, who de-
scribed himself as a native
of Ethiopia who settled in
Israel several years ago,
made his statement in a let-
ter to the Ohio State Lan-
tern, a campus newspaper,
according to the Black-
Jewish Information Center
in New York
"To my sorrow, I have en-
countered many Black
people, who, because of
their exposure to Arab
propaganda, believe Israel
to be a racist country," Dan
wrote. "This is absolutely
untrue. I have found more
discrimination right here in
the United States in the few
months I have been here
than in all the years I have
lived in Israe I .

She was a member of
the sisterhoods of Temple
Beth El and Cong. Beth
Israel, Hadassah, the
Genesee County Bar
Auxiliary, a volunteer at
St. Joseph Hospital and a
member of the Atlas Val-
ley Country Club. She
was a three-time chair-
man of the Women's Divi-
sion of the Flint United
Jewish Appeal. She re-
sided at 1821 Montclair.

She is survived by her
husband, Gilbert Y.; a son,
Steven of Los Angeles,
Calif; two daughters, Phyl-
lis Herzog of Los Angeles
and Nancy Berman of
Southfield; her mother,
Dora R. Bailies; a sister,
Marian Agree; and one
grandson.

Bar Mitzva

Keith Edward Fried-
man, son of Dr. and Mrs.

Leon Friedman, will be-
come Bar Mitzva 11 a.m.
July 8 at Temple Beth El.

Shalom Group
Plans for Summer

The Shalom Group of the
Flint Jewish Community
Council will continue to
hold social events during
the summer. For informa-
tion about this group of
young single and married
Jewish men and women,

contact the Council office,
767-5922.

Flint People
Make News

Morton Leitson was
elected vice president of the
Genesee County Bar As-
sociation.
Leonard Press, chief
probation officer of Genesee
County, has been elected
president of the Central
States Correction Associa-
tion.

Peace Initiative
Stable: Gamassy

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Egyptian War Minister
Abdel Gamassy said that
President Anwar Sadat's
peace initiative has not
failed. But he ruled out a
separate peace agreement
with Israel and denied that
Egypt is seeking additional
arms from the U.S. beyond
the 50 F-5E fighters re-
cently approved by the Se-
nate.
Gamassy, who met with

Defense Secretary Harold
Brown last week, said, in
reply to reporters' ques-
tions, that President Sadat
"did not threaten war"
when he told Egyptian

troops to be prepared for
battle if Israel does not re-
spond satisfactorily to his
peace initiative.
"President Sadat's goal is
to work with Israel with an
open mind. The peace in-
itiative has not failed yet in
order to seek other pos-
sibilities," he said. He added
that "In case the peace in-
itiative fails, I assure you
that President Sadat will be
ready to take the hard deci-
sions at the time."
Gamassy said there could
be no separate peace bet-
ween Israel and Egypt be-
cause as long as the Palesti-
nian issue is not settled
"trouble in the Middle East
would persist."

Jew Expected
to Win in Texas

NEW YORK — Martin
Frost of Dallas is expected
to be elected to Congress
from Texas' 24th District.
According to the Jewish
Post and Opinion, Frost will
be only the second Jew in
Texas history to be elected
to Congress.
The first was David
Spangler Kaufman who was
elected in 1845, im-
mediately after Texas en-
tered the Union.
Frost defeated incumbent
Dale Milford in the Democ-
ratic primary, which is tan-
tamount to election in the
heavily Democratic Dallas
district

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan