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April 27, 1973 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-27

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Dinner Boosts Red Magen David

Yeshiva U. to Test
for Tay-Sachs

NEW YORK—The nation's
first all-school Tay-Sachs
testing program will be held
at Yeshiva University Thurs-
day.

At its recent Israel 25th anniversary dinner-dance,
Shaarit Haplaytah concluded a successful drive for Magen
David Adorn. In addition to sponsoring a fully equipped
ambulance, the organization of Holocaust survivors raised
funds to help equip the Ashdod first aid station. Total con-
tributions neared $12,000. "For displaying exceptional loyal-
ty and dedication to the humanitarian goals of MDA" and
"in grateful recognition of untiring efforts on behalf of the
people of Israel," four members, seated from left, received
the Mission of Mercy Award: Oscar Bakalar, Eric Rose-
now, Felix Rosenzweig and Norman Adelsberg. Standing
ire, from left, Dr. John J. Mames, chairman of Michigan
Region ARMD; Sol Kleinman; Abraham Weberman, presi-
dent; Jack Waksberg; and Arnold Einhorn, dinner chair-
man, Dr. Morris Starkman, chairman of the medical-den-
tal council of ARMD, conveyed the greetings of Emanuel
Celler, national chairman of ARMD.

MEN'S CLUBS

TEMPLE BETH EL
MEN'S CLUB will holds its
54th annual election dinner-
meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
at the Peking House, Royal
Oak. Dinner will be served
at 8:30. Guest speaker,
Brooks Patterson, Oakland
County prosecutor will speak
on "The Moral Issue in
Greater Detroit." The meet-
ing' is open to men's club
members', wives.
*
BETH SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will host Mel Ravitz,
president of the Detroit Com-
mon Council at its brunch
10:45 a.m. Sunday. He will
speak on "The Future of
Detroit." Friends are invited.
Talit and Tefilin Club, spon-
sored by the men's club will
see the musical "Grease"
following a banquet May 1.
The club has been challenged
by the newly formed Bat
Mitzva Belles to a ball game
May 6 at Tyler School.
* *
TEMPLE ISRAEL MEN'S
CLUB will hold an evening
of bridge 7:45 p.m. May 7 at
Metro Bridge Club. Dupli-

Rabbi I. Groner
to Play Role in
Men's Conclave

cate aand party bridge will
be offered under the direc-
tion of Louis J. Cohen. There
will be prizes and refresh-
ments. Reservations are re-
quired.

'Voices Four'
Concert Slated
at Adas Shalom

Nina Goren to Wed THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, April 27, 1973-35
IiI Jack Zlotnick Criterion to Honor Newlyweds

The program is aimed at
college-age youth throughout
the university's network of
undergraduate and graduate
schools and is being spon-
sored by the student councils
of Yeshiva College and Stern
College for Women in cooper-
ation with Kingsbrook Jew-
ish Medical Center and the
National Tay-Sachs Founda-
tion.

Criterion Club will hold a lation of officers and floor
President's Potluck Party for show to be held June 9 at the
five brides and five bride- Sussex House.
grooms 9 p.m. May 5 at the
For tickets and informa-
Country House Apts. Gold tion, call Pearl Greenstein,
Room.
399-3718, or Betty Weinberg,
President William Fleisher 559 5175.
said the invitational event
is in honor of the club's five Dissolution
couples who were wed last
I. laugh at what you call
month and whose names dissolution,
were added to the organiza-
And I know the amplitude
tion's honorary membership of time.—Walt Whitman.
roster.
* * * * * * * * * * * *
Reservations are being ac-
cepted for Criterion's 12th INVITATIONS • ENTERTAINMENT
SEYMOUR
annual dinner-dance, instal-

-

Tay-Sachs is a recessive
gene disorder, meaning that
persons can be carriers of
the disease without display-
ing any outward signs of the
affliction. If both parents are
carriers, chances are one in
four in producing a Tay-
Sachs baby, one which would
not live more than three or
four years.



SCHWARTZ
AGENCY

MISS NINA GOREN

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goren
of Oak Park Blvd., Oak Park,
announce the engagement of
their daughter Nina Betty to
Jack Zlotnik, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Zlotnik of Hunt-
ington Ave., Windsor.
A September wedding is
Because one in every 30 planned.
Ashkenazi (Central Euro-
pean) Jews are believed to
be Tay-Sachs carriers, the Michigan Jews in
program is viewed as espe- History Topic of
cially important to Jewish
college-age youth. Those who Oneg Lecture
are found to be carriers
Dr. Irving I. Edgar will
will be offered marriage and
be guest speaker at an oneg
health counseling.
Shabat 8:30 p.m. May 4 at
the Labor Zionist Institute,
'Distant Journey' announced Paul Chover,
president of the Sholem
Film at Center
Aleichem Institute. The topic
Jewish Free School and of his lecture will be "The
the Michigan Association of History of the Jews in Mich-
Jewish College Students will igan."
present the Czechoslovakian
A founder and current
movie "Distant Journey" 8 president of the Michigan
p.m. Saturday at the Jewish Jewish Historical Society,
Center.
Dr. Edgar helps edit "Michi-
gan
Jewish History," the
The movie, a story of the
Nazi persecution, focuses on society's magazine.
A psychiatrist, Dr. Edgar
an upper-class Jewish fam-
ily living in Prague and its published "Shakespeare,
dissolution under the Nazis. Medicine and Psychology."
The oneg Shabat is open
The dramatization of the
family is juxtaposed with to the public at no charge.
Refreshments will be served.
newsreel scenes.

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Adas Shalom Men's Club
will present in concert the
A Special Group of
Voices Four 8 p.m. May 13
at the synagogue. The group
sings Israeli songs in Hebrew
and English.
Members of the group,
Ron Isaacs, Marvin Rosen,
Newest styles! Newest fabrics!
Marty Sherman and Eileen
Some with matching hats. Pas-
Penn, have made several
tels, checks, solids, tweeds. Sizes
concert tours and have re-
Tickets are available at
1 to 14.
corded two albums.
the door.
Not all styles in all sizes.
For tickets. contact presi-
dent David Zeff; Albert Far-
ber and Michael Small, co- Free Israel Poster
The Israel International
chairmen; or the synagogue
REG. $14
Information Council announ-
office, 851-5100.
ced that it is making avail-
able a free poster in honor
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Prof. Kogan spoke at a
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