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May 17, 1968 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-17

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32—Friday, May 17, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

firth Jnnouncetnents

May 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Philip 1 April 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Her-
G. Kraft (Barbara Pan), 23311 1 man Mochlman. 29771 Fox Grove,
Kipling, Oak Park, a daughter, Farmington, a daughter, Cheryl
Carolyn Jill. Lynn.'
* * *
*
*
May 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon
April 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Levine (Rosalind Epstein), 15220
Buch (Marcia Kanter), 27415 Sel-
Northfield, Oak Park, a son, David kirk, Southfield, a daughter, Laurie
Brian.
Ellen.
* * *
May 8—To Dr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond Katz (Janice Naftaly), De-
troiters stationed at Barksdale Air
Force Base, La., a son, Steven
Morris.
* * *
May 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
the
Kushner (Carol Ann Gar e 1 i k),
This Week's Radio and
23061 Kipling, Oak Park, a
Television Programs
daughter, Lisa Karyn.
* * *
COMMUNITY
FORUM
May 5—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan M.
Time:
7:30
p.m.
Monday.
Belkin (Elaine Claire Fried), 18412
Station: Channel 4.
Alta Vista, Southfield, a daughter,
Feature: "Alternatives to Fear,"
Ilene Sheryl.
* * *
the first in a five-part series on
May 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Bruce urban unrest sponsored by the
H. Lyons (Natalie Korby), 25710 Interfaith Action Council and area
Shiawassee, Southfield, a daughter, leaders, will - focus on relieving
tensions by frank discussions of the
Melissa Lynn.
* * *
climate of fear that persists. The
April 28—To Dr. and Mrs. Julian second portion of the program will
Jay Kutinsky (Lesley Goodman), consist of a "quiz" on the Kerner
18057 Hartwell, a daughter, Ilana Report in an attempt to show that
Beth.
people don't know as much about
* * *
the report as they think they do.
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Gary
* *
Eisenberg (Barbara Hillm a n),
ETERNAL LIGHT
25881 Ivanhoe, Huntington Woods,
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
a daughter, Elizabeth Anne.
* * * ,
Station: WWJ.
Feature: "The Kerner Report:
April 25—To Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert. Gordon (Frances Skulsky), What Happened and Why?" The
former Detroiters of Simsbury, first of four programs about civil
rights and the urban crisis in the
Conn., a son, Bradley James.
. * * *
light of-the Kerner Report. Partic-
April 17 — To Dr. and Mrs. ipants will be Dr. Hugh Butts-,
Herman Slatis (Gay Mazer of De- psychoanalyst with Harlem Hos-
troit) of East Lansing, a son, pital, Rabbi Wolfe Kelman of the
Evan A.
Jewish Theological Seminary and
* * * -
April 14—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel Charles E. Silberman, an editor of
Fink (Diane Yaffe), 19410 Archer, "Fortune" and author of "Crisis
in Black and White."
a daughter, Marie Lisa Beth.

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