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June 11, 1971 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-11

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34—Friday, June 11, 1971

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

activities in Society

Cpl. David Spinner of the U.S. Marine Corps is home on leave
after completing his tour of duty in Vietnam. The son of Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Spinner of Beechaven Dr., Southfield, Cpl. Spinner served as
a gunner and avionics specialist with the 167th Helicopter Squadron,
stationed at Danang. He received the combat air crew insignia award
and air medal. Next month, he will report to El Toro Air Base in
California, where he will complete his enlistment. Cpl. Spinner is a
graduate of Groves High School, Birmingham, and attended Temple
Emanu-El Religious School.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman (Gloria) Levin are visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Levin of Southfield Rd., Southfield, following the com-
pletion of two years in Seoul as members of the Peace Corps. The
Norman Levins will make their home in New York, where they will
attend Columbia University. Mr. Levin will attend the school of inter-
national affairs, and his wife will work on her masters degree in speech
therapy. The couple toured Southeast Asia and India before coming here.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gold of Everett Ave., Southeld, recently gave
a surprise 65th birthday party for former Detroiter Leo Podden of
Miami Beach, who is visiting here with his wife. The Poddens have
just returned from a trip to Europe and Israel. While in Israel, Mrs.
Podden presented a scholarship to the Technion in honor of her hus-
band's birthday.
The 50th wedding anniversary of Faye and Louis H. Bogrow of
Votrobeck Ct. was celebrated at a dinner for immediate family at
Topinka's Country House Tuesday evening. Hosts were their children,
the Milton and Harold Bogrows.

Livonia Coed Named
MSU Valedictorian

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Rhoda Weiss, of Livonia, a sen-
ior at Michigan State University,
gave the valedictory address at
commencement exercises Sunday.
Miss Weiss, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. ,Harold M. Weiss of St. Fran-
cis Ave., Livonia, is a journalism
major with a minor in economics.
Chosen one of the 50 outstanding
seniors in the class of 1971, she
also was selected as one of the 50
outstanding women on campus.
At MSU, she is a member of
Delphi. senior women's honorary,
and has served as president of
Theta Sigma Phi, national profes-
sional organization of women in
journalism and communications.

Glogower Is Elected
to WSU Council

Balloting for members-at-large
to the Student-Faculty Council of
Wayne State University resulted
in the election of Saul Glogower
of Geneva Ave., Oak Park, to one
of the 10 vacancies.
Others who will serve on the
S-FC include appointees Cliff
Levin of Oak Park, representing
the law school; Michael Binder
lege of liberal arts; and David
Ruskin representing Monteith Col-
lege.

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ROSENBLAT
ORCHESTRA

A series of discussions sponsored
The but in Adult Mutic &
Entertuinment
by the Michigan Association of
KE 8-1291
Jewish College Students will begin
UN 4-0237
7:30 p.m. June 24 at the Jewish
Center.
Rabbi Mordecai S. Halpern of t TUES. & WED.
Cong. Beth Shalom will be guest
SPECIAL!
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resource person at the opening
meeting.
Admission is free. New fresh-
COMPLETE WITH SET
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men are welcome. Other dates,
guests and topics are:
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"Being Jewish in the Space
Age," Rabbi Jacob N. Kranz,
COMPLETE WITH
July 8; "On the History of the
HAIRCUT & SET
Jews in Detroit," Dr. Robert Rock-
away, July 22; and "What's Cook-
ing in Israel?," Eliav Naharin,
Aug. 19.
Studio
For information, call the Michi-
29505 Northwestern Hwy.
gan Association of Jewish College
Southfield, Mich.
MISS HELENE STEINLAUF

1/2 Mile N. of 12 Mile Rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol A. Steinlauf Students, DI 1-4200, ext. 261.
of Pierce Ave., Southfield, an-
nounce the engagement of their
Thomas J. Hutch
daughter Helene Diane to Edward
Style Director
David Kaplan, son of the Morris
Kaplans of Pearson Ave., Oak
Park.
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Young Adults Plan
to Have a Ball

Once Again Available

The Young Adult Group of the
Jewish Center will hold a bowling
party 7:30 p.m. June 19 at North-
lanes, Eight Mile and Greenfield.
Admission includes three games,
shoes and a party to follow. There
will be a nominal admission for
the party only.
New officers recently elected
are:
President, Phil Katz; vice 'presi-
dent, Steve Wolfe; treasurer, Barry
Ravitz; and secretaries, Linda
Miller and Barbara Hochman.
For information, call Wolfe, 399-
1082; Katz, 836-6895; or the Cen-
ter's group services division, DI
14200.

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Sinai to Host Annual
Alumni Day Program

Dr. J. Edward Berk, former di-
rector of the department of medi-
cine at Sinai Hospital, will return
as guest lecturer for Sinai's annual
Alumni Day program Tuesday
through Thursday.
Professor and chairman of the
department of medicine at the Uni-
versity of California at Irvine, Dr.
Berk will speak on "Adventures in
the Exploration of Pancreatic Di-
sease" 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in Sinai.
He served as director of Sinai's
department of medicine from 1954
to 1963 and as professor of clinical
medicine at Wayne State Univer-
sity School of Medicine.
Dr. Berk has been honored with
the Distinguished Service Award
from Michigan State Medical Soci-
ety, the Rudolf Schindler Award
from the American Society of Gas-
trointestinal Endoscopy and the
Rorer Award from the American
College of Gastroenterology.

Detroiter Is Student
President at Princeton

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Your Bor Mitzvo or Wedding

David A. Jones, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Jones of Hamilton Rd.,
has been elected the 1971-72 under-
graduate assembly (UGA) presi-
dent at Princeton University.
Jones has served on the UGA
and is past chairman of the cen-
tral dormitory council. lie was a
member of the undergraduate life
and governance committees, and
part of the commission on co-
education implementation last
year.
He was involved with Sen. Philip
Hart's 1970 campaign and was a
delegate to the Democratic state
nominating convention.

Beth Moses USY Event

Beth Moses Senior United Syna-
gogue Youth will hold its installa-
tion of officers 8 p.m. in the syna-
gogue. A program will follow.

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