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February 24, 1967 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-24

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Susan Margolis to Wed Howard Shapiro,
Arnold Marvin Bloom 16 , Ace Salesman

MISS SUSAN MARGOLIS

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Margolis
of Nadine Ave., Huntington Woods,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Susan Sophie, to Arnold
Marvin Bloom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Bloom of Schaefer Hwy.
A Sept. 3 wedding is planned.

Hasidic Customs' Origin
Topic of Yavneh Lecture

"Where do Hasidic customs orig-
inate?" will be discussed at the
next in a series of lectures spon-
sored by Yavneh-National Religious
Jewish Students Association and
Agudath Israel 8 p.m. Feb. 26 at
Cong. Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah.
Rabbi Nissien Hayward, prin-
cipal of the Young Israel Talmud
Tora, will trace the development
of Hasidic practice from Shulhan
Arukh Harav, the Halakhic guide
written by the first Lubavitcher
rebbe.
Rabbi Hayward lectures on
Tanya, a classic Hasidic philo-
sophic work, to professors and
students at the University of
Michigan.
Refreshments will follow the
lecture. There is no charge for
admission.

Kar a te Expert to Teach
Self-Defense at Center

Sang Kyu Shim, one of three.
Sixth Degree Black Belt teachers
in the world, will conduct a 10-
session course in Korean Karate
at the Jewish Center 11 a.m.
March 19.
Shim and some of his instructors
and students will put on an exhibi-
tion 2 pin. March 12 at the center.

Howard Shapiro could become
Junior Achievement's best sales-
man in Southeast Michigan if he
wins the next grueling competition
set before him and five other teen-
agers, semi-finalists in a series of
Junior Achievement contests.
Howard, 16, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Shapiro, 19313 Hart-
well, is a student at Henry Ford
High School. He was judged best
salesman of the North Woodward
Junior Achievement Business Cen-
ter. The General Motors styling
staff sponsors the Selambo JA
company, of which Howard is a
member.
The youngest of the six South-
eastern Michigan competitors,
Howard will be judged next
month on appearance, poise, ef-
fective sales presentation, abil-
ity to communicate and amount
of personal sales of products of
his JA company.
Winner for the area will try for
regional honors at Pittsburgh. The
national champion will be determ-
ined in the final testing at Cleve-
land in May. The award includes a
$1,000 scholarship and an all-ex-
pense paid trip to the National
Junior Achiever Conference this
summer at Indiana University.

ZOD Recommends
Camps, Israel Trips

The Zionist Organization of De-
troit is making available brochures
and information on camps and
Israel tour-study trips to Israel.
Among these are Camp Yehu-
dah, the Young Judea camp in
Leonidas, Mich., for boys and girls
age 8-17; the ZOA summer camp
in Israel for teen-agers, at Kfar
Silver; Israel tour for teen-agers
age 15-18 sponsored by the
American Zionist Youth Commis-
sion; and National Young Judaea
Summer in Israel for veteran
Young Judea campers age 16-18.
Also the Summer in Israel Ulpan
for those interested in pursuing
serious Hebrew language study,
and the Mollie Goodman Academic
High School in Israel for ninth
and tenth graders who wish to
spend a school year in Israel.
For detailed information and
brochures, call or write the Zionist
Organization of Detroit, 18501 W.
10 Mile, Southfield, 353-3636.

tiTnnottn,cernents

Feb. 17—To Dr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Maza (Joyce Feldman), 27166
Sutherland, Southfield, a daughter,
Jodi Lynn.
* * *
Feb. 14 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Domstein (Phyllis Levin),
20473 Hubbell, a son, Randall
Aaron.
* * *
Feb. 13—To Capt. and Mrs.
Samuel Sandweiss (Sharon Stein),
formerly of Oak Park and now
of San Antonio, twin daughters,
Ruth Davida and Rachel Dana.

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Feb. 13—To Dr. and Mrs. David
Katz (Sharon Gus), 19807 Mar-
lowe, a daughter, Laura Rene.
* * *
Feb. 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Greenspon (Cynthia Lee Dworkin),
19202 Appleton, a daughter Gail
Jeanne.
* * *
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Levin (Diana Sarver), 21911 Keno-
sha, Oak Park, a son, Richard
Steven.
• * *
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Miller (Sandra Ruda), 13545 Hal-
ley, Livonia, twin sons, Michael
Adam and Steven Daniel.
* * *
Feb. 5—To Mr. and Mrs. David
Litvin, (Judith Biegel), 14440
LaBelle, Oak Park, a son, Charles
Brian.
• *
Feb. 5—To Mr, and Mrs. Mark
Ernst (Ellen Scherr), 19801 Mag-
nolia, Southfield, a daughter, Julie
Lynn,
a a a
Feb. 4—To Mr. and Mrs. Lawr-
ence Sinuk (Donna Gluklick),
20122 Hubbell, a daughter, Laura
Beth,
• a a
Jan. 30—To Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Davis (Ilene Kosak), 15251 North-
field, Oak Park, a son, Michael
William,
• • •
Jan. 19—To Mr. and Mrs. Stew-
art D. Frank (Sarah Lippitt),
4829 Mansfield, Royal Oak, a son,
Aaron Charles.

Friday, February 24, 1967-21
Diane Stifter Betrothed THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Seeks More Youths to Come to Holy Land
to Michael David Fayne Israel
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to

said that all youth projects of his
The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM — The Jewish department will involve increased
Agency Executive approved a pro- number's of participants.
gram here Tuesday under which
the number of Jewish youths
Music the Stein-Way
abroad coming to Israel as part of
various projects will be increased
DICK STEIN
from a current total of 900 to
& ORCHESTRA
1,650. The new program will now
go before the government-Jewish
Agency coordinating body for final
approval.
Eliahu Dobkin, head of the
youth and hehalutz department,

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Mr. and Mrs. John Stifter, 16196
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the engagement of their daughter
Diane Marjorie to Michael David
Fayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jules
Fayne, 24300 Moritz, Oak Park.
The bridegroom-to-be was gradu-
ated from Wayne State University.
The couple plans , an Aug. 16
wedding.

They Made
the Grade

CHARLES MOSS, a junior at
Henry Ford High School, and
STEPHEN SHERMAN, a senior
at Oak Park High, will be among
the ,12 outstanding high school stu-
dents from Southeastern Michigan
to present reports on their own
research projects at the third an-
nual Junior Science and Humani-
ties Symposium at Wayne State
University next weekend. Some
160 students from 90 public, pri-
vate and parochial high schools
will attend the symposium, theme
of which is "Human Values and
Science." Louis Panush, principal
of Western High School, is coordi-
nator of the program.

Winter Carnival Set
by Bnai Moshe USY

Bnai Moshe Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth Chapter will present
a winter carnival 11 a.m. to 5 p.m,
in the social hall.
The carnival will include many
prizes, booths, games and refresh-
ments. Lunch will be served. There
is a nominal charge for admission.
The event is open to the public.
Jeffrey Dunn is chairman,

Young Adults to Dance
to Sound of `Kingsmen'

Beth Aaron Young Adults will
present its first dance of the year,
featuring the Kingsmen, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Beth Aaron social
hall. Refreshments will be served.
For transportation, call Loretta
Weintraub, president, LI 8-9430.

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with dancing to Orris Rosenberg's
orchestra 9 p.m. March 11 in the
social hall. Guests are invited.
For information contact Joe
Hacker, chairman, 356-0692, Iry
Rosenberg, VE 8-5608, or t h e
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