THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS !Kids
34—Friday, June 22, 1973
Link With soviet
Zionists to Feature
Speaker on Schools
Branch Seven, Labor Zion-
ist Alliance, will meet 8 p.m.
Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Sigmund Kikoler,
Herbert McFadden Jr., a
member of the Detroit Cen-
tral Board of Education, will
speak on school affairs.
Seven students at Cong. Beth Shalom, who compiled
Refreshments will be
served, and a social hour will their thoughts on Soviet Jews into a booklet, are, from left,
follow. For information, call front: Robert Chudnow, Susan Widenbaum and Cindy Mud-
Mr. and Mrs. Kikoler, VE ryk; back: Jay Schwartz, Arona Pearlstein, Stuart Newman
and Sandy Hollander.
Robert S. Epstein, saluta-
torian of the class of 1973
and a summa cum laude
graduate of Berkley High
School, received many hon-
ors at the school awards
The faculty presented him
with the Latin Achievement
Cup, German Achievement
■ .r as
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Michigan this fall. He is one,
of only 50 students selected
for this program nationwide.
During his senior year,
Robert was editor of the
award for* academic excel-
lence, University of Michigan
Regents' Alumni . Scholarship
and State of Michigan Com-
He also served as president
of the Berkley High School
Latin Club, treasurer of the
French Club, vice president
of the Drama Club, Student
Council delegate and member
of the Principal's Cabinet.
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Spectator, the school news-
paper, and a finalist in the
Michigan Mathematics Schol-
He received the Michigan
State University scholarship
tyebroWs—neckline — Arms— Legs
Recommended by Physicians
A group of 6- and 7-year- man wrote. "In Russia,
"Art linkletter Schools
old students at Cong. Beth people are now allowed to
have a few openings left
Shalom, have written and carry Bibles and have seders
in Nursery School.
assembled a booklet to raise . . . If the Jews wear neck-
Free busing, too!"
Nr. Northl;nd 8 Providence Hospital
Art Linkletter Schools
June 16—To Mr. and Mrs. funds for Jewish children in laces with Jewish stars, they
will get arrested. In labor
28805 Evergreen, Southfield
Raymond R a n d e 1 (Sheila the Soviet Union.
357-1215 — 588-0300
Horwitz), 15000 Sutherland,
"Thoughts about Russian camps they eat stale bread
Oak Park, a son, Steven Jews" was written and il- and if they do not work they
lustrated by students of will get whipped . . . If the Cup and the Journalism
Merle Sherman, at student of Jews want to go to Israel, Achievement Cup as out-
June 14—TO Mr. and Mrs. education for the hearing it costs more than $1,000." standing student in each sub-
Second grader Susan Wid-
Gary Marx (Margaret Os- impaired at Eastern Michi-
trow), former Detroiters of gan University.
The son of Dr. and Mrs.
"In America, we have He-
San Jose, Calif., a daughter,
Miss Sherman commutes brew schools, clothes, shoes, David Epstein of Talbot Ln.,
on weekends to her job as a dogs, cats, tables, chairs and Huntington Woods, he will be
Sabbath service leader at the food. I wish the Jewish chil- a student in the Inteflex Spe-
June 13—To Mr. and Mrs. synagogue.
dren in Russia did too." cial Six-Year Medical Pro-
Ages 21/2 to 5
Harry Rogers (Marsha Al-
In past months, she has Others who wrote essays are gram at the University of
lowitz), 25396 Elizabeth Way, arranged for several speak-
Farmington, a daughter, ers, teen-agers who have Cindy Mudryk, Arona Pearl-
• Newly Equipped • Licensed Staff
stein, Jay Schwartz and
been to Russia, to speak to Sandra Hollander.
program for child's growth & Development
her students from kinder-
June 11—To Mr. and Mrs. garten to 2nd grade.
Nicholas Puner (Linda Pol-
With Lots of Tender Loving Care
The youngsters learned
lard of Detroit) of Pleasant-
Located in Oak Park
ville, N. Y., a son, David about the difficulties of life
BERG, son of Mrs. Yvette
Goldenberg of Rensselaer
particularly about the Vladi-
Tsvika Zidner of Kibutz Ave. of Oak Park, is one of
CALL Mrs. Arlene Faudem,
Kiryat Anavim has arrived 38 students who graduated
May 29—To Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Patty Littman,
Gary Feldman (Roberta has been adopted by Cong. in Detroit to be the new Thursday from Yeshiva High
shaliakh (adviser) to Ha- School in Skokie, Ill.
Rotenberg), 2298 Golfview,
Troy, a daughter, Sheri Beth. the synagogue have been bonim, Labor Zionist move-
sending letters, cards and ment. He succeeds Amotz
May 25—To Mr. and Mrs. packages to the family for and Nurit Peleg, who will
return to Israel and Kibutz
William A. Levy (Beverly more than six months:
Markman, 34, an engineer, Mayan Tzvi in July.
Malin of Detroit) of Somer-
Zidner, a sabra, served in
ville, N. J., a son, Jason is serving a three-year term
in a labor camp. His wife the paratroopers and is a
Henrietta and a son, Boris, veteran of the Six-Day War.
This is not the first trip
May 23—To Dr. and Mrs. live in Sverdlovsk with no
to the U. S. for Zidner, who
Howard J. Pollock (Mary means of support.
Deshano of Flint), former
others may sound like it
Detroiters- of Houston, a son, began last July after he was
Nobody cleans like it.
the Soviet Criminal Code
May 14—To Mr. and Mrs. after aplying for a visa to
Michael M. Teper (Barbara emigrate to Israel. Henrietta
Wiener), former Detroiters Markman has been dis-
of Pembroke Pines, Fla., a charged from two jobs by
order of the Soviet police.
daughter, Jodi Sarah.
Boris, twice hospitalized for
April 2—To Dr. and Mrs. nervous disorders, is report-
Carl Morton (Sharon Boyer) ed ill again.
Miss Sherman's class de-
former Detroiters of Hono-
lulu, a daughter, Goldie cided that they wanted to do
"something more than just
They wanted to send some
tangible evidence of their
sympathy to Boris, who is so
close to their own age. The
booklet was decided upon as has worked both in the fields
and as treasurer of his
a means of raising funds.
The youngsters wrote their
"thoughts" at home, volun- to California to study the
tarily. Miss Sherman helped production of cotton, a
OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
them to assemble and product which is grown at
mimeograph the booklet. A 54-year-old Kibutz Kiryat •
STEAMATIC OUTCLEANS THEM ALL.
donation of 25 cents was set, Anavim, near Jerugalem.
LET US SHOW YOU.
and 50 booklets were run off
Kfar Horesh near Nazareth
and quickly sold.
Serving Hospitals and Homes
According to Miss Sher- and was brought to Kiryat
man, about $10 has been Anavim by his parents in
raised and a second edition 1949.
He will be joined here by
will be issued.
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH
The children apeared at a his wife Efrat and three
family service and read sons, age 3, 9 and 11.
Zidner is one of more than
their compositions to the con-
gregation. Their pupblication 100 shlikhim serving in the
In Home or Hospital
was a sellout.
The cover, a replica of the movements, to communities,
CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE
Israel flag, was designed by Jewish centers and aliya
Robert Chudnow. Six or- centers. Prior to their ar-
iginal essays are dedicated rival here, they attend a 31/2-
to the children of the Soviet month institute for shlikhim.
STEAMATIC CLEANS CARPETS, INC.
Zidner said he has plans
Union with the pledge to
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"aid their fight for free- for summer activities in De-
troit Habonim and he hopes
"The Jews in Russia want to work extensively with
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