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March 16, 1973 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-03-16

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pifo Ann Szlverman

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Cultural Calendar

to .II ed Mr. I rren

MIIINO ANN SILVERMAN
Oriallr and Mrs. Alfred W.
Silverman of W. 10 Mile,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Jo Ann to Mark Warren, son
of Mrs. Phyllis Warren of
La Seine Ave., Southfield,
end the late Dr. David War-

Wn.
I-- Miss Silverman attends

Oakland University. Her
fiance is a pre-dental stu-
dent at Oakland.
An August wedding is
planned..

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of Events in Detroit Jewish Community

Week of March 16-22
(For Purim Celebrations See Story Page 20)
March 16-8:15 ipm.—Bnai David Oneg Shabat. Dr. Irving
Edgar:, "The History of the Jews in Michigan."
Free. 545
-8753.
16-8:15 p.m. — Beth Abraham 'Hillel Oneg Shabat.
Samuel Lerner: "The Changing Jewish Family."
Free.
17-8:15 p.m.—Art. Auction and Champagne Pre-
view sponsored by Bnai David Mr. and Mrs.
Club at Cong. Bnai David. Admission.
18—Jewish Center Spring Term Registration. Mem-
bers, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; non-members, 1-5 p.m.
18-2 p.m.—Jewish Center Omnibus Children's
Theater Series. Goose Productions: "The Land
of Dreams." Admission. 341-4200.
19-8 p.m.—Hebrew Lecture Series. Steven Margolin:
"Impressions of a Visit to the Soviet Union." 10
Mile Jewish Center. Free.
20-8:15 p.m. — Metropolitan Detroit Landsm an-
shaften Testimonial to Norman Cottler at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. Dr. Judah J. Shapiro,
speaker; Marci Lyn Shulman, entertainer.
Admission.
20-8:45 p.m.—Adas Shalom Adult Study Institute.
Cantor Samuel Rosenbaum: "The Meaning of
Jewish Music: for the Ages, for Now." Free.
851-5100.
21-8:30 p.m.—Criterion Club Salute to Spring open
house. Free. 399-3718.
21-4:10 p.m. —Dr. Nahum Glatzer: "The Book of
Job and the Problem of Man's Position in the
Universe." Zwerdling Lectures at University of
Michigan Physics-Astronomy Building. Free.
21-8:15 p.(m.—Dr. Glatzer: "Franz Rosenzweig:
Beyond Orthodoxy and Liberalism." Sponsored
by Bnai Brith Hillel and Cong. Beth Israel at
U-M Hillel House. Free. _-
22-4:10 p.m.—Dr. Glatzer: "The Prophet Jeremiah
and the Religion of the Spirit." U-M Physics-
Astronomy Building. Free.
22-8:30 p.m.—Honey and Gene Stollman: "From
Suburban New Jersey to Eternal Jerusalem."
Zionist Organization of America, Detroit Dis-
trict, meeting at Zionist Cultural Center. Free.
353-3636.

Donors, Volunteers Sought by Red Cross

obtains blood 'donations from
approximately 3 per cent of
the eligible donors in the
area.
To make an 'appointment
to donate blood, call the
Berkley Blood Donor Center,
334-3575, on Monday, Wednes-
day or Friday, from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.; Tuesday and
1 Thursday, from 3 to 9 p.m.,
and on Saturday, from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
Meanwhile, the Red Cross
Oakland regional office in
Pontiac is seeking 'volunteers
to serve in area hospitals and
also as volunteers in the Red
Cross blood program.
Red Cross hospital volun-
teers assist in "nonprofes-
sional" duties, - and Blood-
mobile volunteers are needed
to perform "nonmedical"
duties such 'as taking temper-
atures, registering donor s
and serving refreshments.

To insure a continual sup-
ply of safe, volunteer blood,
Red Cross bloodmobiles will
be located throughout the
community.
Michigan's ony all-volun-
teer blood 'collection agency

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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kittay
of Hewlett, N.Y., announce
the marriage of their daugh-
ter Andrea Beth to Stuart
Grass, son of Mrs. Morton
Grass of Providence Dr.,
Southfield, and the late Mr.
Grass.
The bride attended the
University of Massachusetts,
where she was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa honorary
society, and received her
masters degree from Colum-
bia University. Her fiance
was graduated from the Uni-
versity of Michigan and its
law school.
The couple will reside in
Westwood, Calif.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroiter Cited for A id to Injured

David Kaplan, 25-year-old
son of Detroiters Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Kaplan, was
saluted by the Berkeley,
Calif., chief of police for his
efforts to save the victim of
\a fatal automobile accident.
Kaplan, an inhalation ther-
apist,, is a member of the
medical emergency staff at
Herrick Memorial Hospital
in Berkeley. The three-man
unit, which also includes 4
doctor 'and a nurse, treated
a woman on the scene of a
collision between her car and
a dump truck.
While firemen attempted
to free the trapped woman
from her vehicle, the medi-
cal emergency team gave
on-the-scene attention to her
serious injuries. Kaplan and
his colleaegues supervised
the victim's removal from
the car and her subsequent
transportation to the hospital.
A graduate of Mumford

Zionists to Host
Yiddish Concert

High School, Kaplan was
trained at New Grace Hos-
pital. He and his wife
Deanne, a nurse, have a
daughter.

LINDA SHAYE, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaye
of Lakehills Dr., Franklin,
will perform a cameo role in
the Mario Thomas Special to
be aired tonight. Miss Shaye,
a graduate of Mumford High
School, is playing a lead role
with the Connecticut Players
in New Haven.

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Greek Band
to Highlight
Dinner-Dance

The Rhodians Greek band
and dancers will be featured
at the Mediterranean dinner-
dance scheduled by the
Ladies of the Oak Park
Lodge 8 p.m. April 7 at Adas
Shalom Synagogue.
There will be a Mediter-
ranean and American buffet,
and dancers will both per-
form and demonstrate native
dances. The Rhodians also
play American and Jewish
music. Prizes also will be
featured.
Proceeds are earmarked
for Jewish indigent mental
patients. • For reservations
information, call Renee Ger-
ger, 353-3495 or 355-0133, or
Aileen Allen, 548-6922.

Friday, March 16, 1973-31

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