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April 04, 1969 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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36—Friday, April 4, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Births

JPS Publishes New
Book for Children

March 3—To Dr. and Mrs. Alan
Bolton (Susan Gail Victor), 21850
The Jewish Publication Society
Hampshire. Southfield. a daugle.zr,
of America has just published
Robin Elyse.

"Westward With Fremont" by
Sophie Greenspan, Joseph M.
First, president of the society,
announced.
The book is the story of Solomon
Carvalho, proud descendant of a
Sephardic
Jewish family. In 1853,
4-
t
t
Carvalho accepted the invitation
.
sIr. auu .
L. Goldman (Sidell Lewis). 20577 of Colonel John Fremont to ac-
company him on his fifth expedi-
Evergreen, a son. Marc Steven.
tion of discovery through the

March 5—To Capt. and Mrs.
William Greenberg (Dr. Joann
Hauser), former Detroiters of
Riverside, Calif., a son. Jason
Brent.

March 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vyn G. Kramer (Marilyn Graff),
15001 Marlow, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter. Pamela Rose.
s
March 18—To Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
neth Eisenberg (Frances Aftel),
3179 Hartslock Woods. Birming-
ham, a son. Brian Michael.
* s

March 23—To Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert E. Lavine (Bylaina Nelson),
2200 Crooks. Troy. a son. Gary
Nelson.
s
March 24—To Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin S. Littkv (Roberta Mea-
dows). 30250 Westbrook. South-
field, a daughter. Pamela Jill.
s s
March 24—To Mr. and Mrs. Har-
• ), I
old W. Goodman (Evelyn Sipor i n
31069 McKinney, Franklin Village,.
a son. Hugh Sidney.

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figures of American Jewish his-
tory.
Sophie Greenspan was national

Benjamin Micznik Wins
Akiva Spelling Bee

Benjamin

Students Demonstrate
Against Soviet Bias



was sponsored by the Student

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Close to four score members of
the Tri-Temple Youth Group vol-
unteered services last weekend to
the Detroit Society for Crippled
Children and Adults, Inc., to as-
sist in soliciting funds for the an-
nual Easter Seal Campaign.
The young people from Temple
Beth El, Temple Israel and
Temple Emanu-El rang doorbells
in the Northwest area, asking for
contributions and telling the East-
er seal story.
Representing the social action
groups of the respective temples

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were Andy Binder, for Temple
Israel; Eric Canvasser, for
Temple Beth El; and Steve Eder,
for Temple Emann-El.

NEW YORK (JTA)—A group of
Jewish students protesting the re-
The young people have frequent-
ligious and cultural repression of ly assisted in programs for the
Jews in Russia staged a pre-Pass- Detroit Society, oldest voluntary
over torchlight parade to the So- health agency in the country. The
viet UN Mission headquarters annual campaign provides funds
here Sunday on the theme "Let for the society to carry on its
My People Go."
year-round program of therapy
Tables covered with matzo lined for crippled children and adults
both sides of the street where at the therapy center.

Struggle for Soviet Jewry. an or-
ganization of university students.
The youths urged that the So-
viet
authorities grant Russians
New Holiday Inn Motel
Jews the same rights accorded
Mapped in Farmington
other ethnic minorities under the
Ground has been broken for a Soviet Constitution or let them
five-story, 153-unit Holiday Inn emigrate.
March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Lau-I Motel in Thompson-Brown Co.'s
rence Schlussel (Rochelle Lynda Farmington Freeway Industrial
Rich) 23201 Geneva. Oak Park, a Park. The new motel, of contem- Adas Shalomites
porary design, will have a dining
daughter. Lisa Beth. •
room, cocktail lounge, meeting to Conduct Service
This Sabbath, the entire main
To Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stern rooms and elevators.
The motel site is just off 10 mile sanctuary service will be conduct-
(Michelle White). former Detroit-
Road
near
1-96
and
the
proposed
ed by members of the Adas Sha-
ers of Cleveland. a. daughter,
1-275 in Farmington at the en- lom youth groups, junior congre-
Stacey Robyn.
trance to the 250-acre Farmington gation and confirmation classes.
Freeway Industrial Park.
Robert Schostak will chant Sha-
6,000 See Dance Festival
A helicopter landing pad, near harit service; Philip Wolok will
the
motel site, will make it pos- chant
NEW YORK (.1TA)—The annual'
the Hallel; the Tora service
Israeli folk dance festival spon- sible for guests to reach Metro- will be conducted by Mark Vie-
sored by the American Zionist politan Airport within 10 minutes. der; and Mark Goldsmith will
Youth Foundation was held at
chant Musaph. Ralph Greenberg
Carnegie Hall Sunday. An esti- `Hook, Line and Sinker'
and Eli Shapiro will read from the
mated audience of over 6,000 at-
Tora and Gordon Fuller will be
tended the two performances, in to Open at Local Theaters baal maftir.
"Hook, Line and Sinker" star-
which dancers representing 13
The sermon will be preached by
ring Jerry Lewis, opens Wednes-
youth organizations participated.
day in metropolitan Detroit thea- Joel Kaplan, immediate past pres-
ters and drive-ins. The comedy is ident of Adas Shalom Senior USY
a Columbia release in Technicolor. chapter, currently a student at
The film co-stars Anne Francis Oakland University.
Following services there will be
Experienced Mohel
and Peter Lawford, who help him
charge a fortune on a globe-girdl- a Pesah cultural luncheon spon-
Serving in Hospitals 8. Homes
sored by the Ronnie Posen Youth
ing pursuit of pleasure.
On the same bill is the Colum- Fund.
544-2864
bia picture "Hammerhead," star-
ring Vince Edwards and Judy
Geeson in a suspense adventure
Recommended by Physicians
movie in Technicolor, filmed in
RABBI
and around Portugal.

1

Temple Youth March

Benjamin Micznik, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Shlomo Micznik of South-
field and a seventh grade student
at Akiva Hebrew'`
Day School, was
the winner of
Akiv a 's spelling
bee. Benjamin
thus was eligible

winners f r o m
other schools—
private and pub-
lic — in the re- s
gional contest.

.

Amy,

for Crippled Children

president of Junior Hadassah of
Canada before she went to Pales-
tine in 1938. There she joined
Hagana and became an English Rabbi Steven Riskin of Lincoln
announcer on the then-illegal Jew- Square Synagogue conducted a
ish radio, Kol Yisrael. At present seder ritual. The demonstration

she resides in Los Angeles, is
married, and has two grown chil-
dren.

ChMltep

Youth News

Rocky Mountains to the Pacific to compete with

Ocean. Carvalho served as the
photographer and artist of this ex-
pedition and gained, alongside
Fremont, a seat in the hall of
fame of those who pioneered the
exploration and mapping of this
immense country.
"Westward With Fremont" is
the latest addition to the JPS
Covenant series — books written
March 22—To Dr. and Mrs. Sol for young teen-agers. It is an ex-
Blumenfeld (Sandra Perlstein of citing story of high adventure
Chicago). 25438 Lincoln Terrace, and brings to life a man who
Oak Park. a daughter. Elana has become one of the legendary

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Glazer BEG Invites
New Girls to Have Tea

Glazer Chapter, Bnai Brith
Girls, invites interested girls of
high school age to its membership
tea, 1:30 p.m. April 13, at the
home of Karen Entin, 15837 Har-
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Criterion Playgoers

Stage Night at Fisher

Criterion Club for single adults,
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