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April 23, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, April 23, 1971

News Brevities I

The Bloomfield Art Association , major music competitions, will
will present a salute to Bloomfield make his Detroit Symphony debut
Hills artist CLIFFORD WEST in a program entitled "America
beginning with the opening of the the Beautiful." The symphony
exhibition, Opus Donatelli May 1 has relinquished its own plans
and climaxing wiith a Clifford for a May 13 Cabaret Pops con-
West film festival May 14. West cert in order to participate in
has become internationally known a special performance of "Jesus
for his photography, primarily Christ Superstar" at Cobo Arena
for his films which began as mov- that same night. Persons who had
ing documentaries of art and purchased tickets for the May 13
artists, accompanied by dramatic i program featuring Odetta can ex-
sound tracks. His film on Michel- change their tickets for any of the
angelo was shown at the centen- symphony's other "Pops" dates.
vial celebration honoring the artist
Wayne State University students
in Rome.
will model costumes from foreign
KEY and FROST JUNIOR t land Thursday at a noon INTER-
HIGH Schools in Oak Park are NATIONAL LUNCHEON AND
holding a paper drive this week- FASHION SHOW sponsored by the
end, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The sponsors l university's foreign student office
request that all papers be tied and I in the ballroom of the University
include no magazines. Center Building. Israel will be
represented, along with Japan,
LOST DECIBEL S, a parent India, Korea, Nigeria, Ethiopia,
group concerned with the prob- the Philippines, Thailand, China
lems of the deaf and the hard of and Vietnam. Proceeds will go to
hearing, is sponsoring a meeting the programing fund of the foreign
8 p.m. Tuesday at Michigan Bell student office, which provides
Telephone Co., Southfield. State tours, coffee hours, and other pro-
Rep, Clifford Smart; Dr. Paul grams for the students from other
Thams, director of special educa- countries. For tickets, call the
tion; and Mrs. Lucille Kirchhoff, j foreign student office, 577-3422.
consultant for deaf education, will .
discuss what to expect this fall in I On May 2 an anti-war exhibition
the public schools' deaf and hard by more than 50 artists, entitled
of hearing program, the financial "STARS AND STRIPES FOR-
crisis and teacher layoff and what EVER—PEACE," will open at
can be done constructively to help. Garelick's Gallery, Birmingham.
The show will run through May 22.
Young American tenor JOHN
MILES will replace folk-singer iThe Midwest Psychological As-
Odetta as featured soloist at the sociation will hold its 43rd annual
Detroit Symphony Orchestra's May meeting May 6, 7 and 8, in Cobo
12 Cabaret "Pops" Concert. Miles, Hall. Public relations chairman is
a winner of the National Negro Dr. GERALD ROSENBAUM, pro-
Musicians Award and of several lessor of psychology at WSU.

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April 16—To Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Tam (Elizabeth Simon), 32764
Olde Franklin, Farmington, a
daughter, Susan Beth.
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April 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Burt
Carp (Gail Linovitz), 19341 Dor-
set, Southfield, a daughter, Randee
Sue.



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April 12—To Mr. and Mrs. Herb-
ert Sandler (Roberta Keystone),
22020 Church, Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Alissa Beth.

April 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome B. Sturman (Nancy Allan),
17270 Alta Vista, Southfield, a son,
David Allan.

April 11—To Mr. and Mrs. Ron-
ald Stewart (Frances Cooperman),
14251 Talbot, Oak Park, a son,
David Harold.

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Detroit Mizrachi to Host World
Chairman Rabbi Zambrowsky May 3

Rabbi Seymour M. Zambrowsky,
chairman of Mizrachi-HaPoel
Hamizrachi World Organization
(Merkaz Leumi) of Jerusalem, will
be welcomed at a reception ar-
ranged by Detroit Mizrachi 8 p.m.
May 3, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Selmar, 12800 Burton
Cleveland and has lectured in many
Oak Park.
Rabbi Zambrowsky, whose pul- countries. He is a member of the
pit is in Montreal and who lives world board of directors of Keren
much of the year in Jerusalem Kayemet Lelsrael—the Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Rabbi Zambrowsky played im-
portant roles in many communal
functions in this country, in Can-
ada and in Israel. In Canada, he
won government recognition as an
authority on shehita when he was
called upon to provide proof of the
humaneness of the Jewish slaugh-
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April 10—To Mr. and Mrs. Her- ership of Ronald F. Berman and
bert Weinberg (Marina Block), called attention to his being the
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leader here, the late Daniel Tern-
ter, Amy Rachelle.
chin.
Assisting Berman in the new
April 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stuart N. Oshinsky (Susan Dwor- movement is a steering commit-
man), 15140 Northfield, Oak Park, tee composed of Howard Burg, Dr.
Dr. Herschel
Martin Guyer,
a son, Marc Howard.
Schlussel, Dr. Bert Schreiber,
April 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Phil Abraham Selesny, Herbert Speiser,
Linovitz (Maeva Paroly), 14430 Edward Traurig and. Jack Zwick.
Northfield, Oak Park, a son, David Meyer Segal. is . liaison officer in
Matthew. the new group for Bhei Akiva.
Rabbi Zambrowsky, whose visit
April 9—To Mr. and Mrs. Nat here is expected to inspire the
Goldberg (Nancy Roberts), 2420 newly planned efforts for Mizrachi,
Parmenter, Royal Oak, a daughter, is one of the founders of Bar-Ilan
Beth Renee.
University in Ramat Gan, Israel.
He is a vice president of the uni-
April 8—To Mr. and Mrs. Sam- versity's board of trustees and is
uel Agree Nover (Carol Connolly), honorary chairman of Friends of
former Detroiters of Pittsburgh, Bar-Ilan in Canada. He is honor-
a daughter, Dana Lindsey.
ary president of Canada's Miz-


rachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi.
April 7—To Mr. and Mrs. Barry
N. Simon (Lois Aidem), 17269 New
Jersey, Southfield, a son, Craig
Todd.

April 6—To Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Warner (Debbie Wainer), 21931 Cooperative Council
Ridgedale, Oak Park, a daughter,
Lauded for Patients' Seder
Stephanie Beth.



Editor, The Jewish News:
April 5—To Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
Again let us commend Rabbi
neth Rochlen (Rita Schneider), Solomon Gruskin and the Coop-
15845 George Washington, South- erative Council of the League of
field, a son, Aaron Benjamin.
Jewish Women for their untiring



efforts and mitzva in making all
April 1—To Mr. and Mrs. Den- the plans and preparations for a
nis R. Sobol (Janine Porteny). beautiful seder April 13 for pa-
27592 Kings Gateway, Farmington, tients from Ypsilanti State Hos-
a daughter, Sandra Lorien.
pital, Northville State Hospital,


March 28 — To Mr. and Mrs. Lapeer State Home and Training,
Harold Provizer (Joan Tatken), Center and Wayne County Gen-
20690 Winchester, Southfield, a eral Hospital.
The enthusiasm and heartfelt
son, Marc Richard.


thanks of the patients was heart-
March 28—To Mr. and Mrs. Mi- warming and appreciated.
chael M. Aronson (Vivian Gold-
Being part of the community and
man of Detroit) of Indianapolis, a an observer—it is wonderful to
son, Boruch Ephrayim.
see and know what is being done



March 26 — To Mr. and Mrs. for people to remind them of
Peter Cooper (Rochelle Friedman their heritage.
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