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October 10, 1975 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Hebrew Memorial Park Gains
Stoliner Synagogue Cemetery

BYO Activities

Plans are being completed
for the BBYO Judaism In-
stitute, which will take
place Oct. 17-19 at Camp Ta-
marack. The theme of the
weekend will be "The Jew-
ish Life Cycle," and the in-
stitute will include pro-
grams on childhood life
experiences, dating, inter-
dating, marriage, death and
dying.
Highlight of the weekend
will be a mock wedding, in
which the participants will
create all the required mate-
rials (such as a hupah) and
carry this program through
all the way from an ufruf
through the ceremony and
to the reception. Coordina-
tors for the program are Ar-
lene Rosen of Naches BBG
and Robbie Firsten of Rose
AZA. Staff coordinator is
Arnold J. Weiner.
Yachad BBG of Windsor
will hold its annual fashion
show 8 p.m. Oct. 19 at the
Windsor Jewish Commu-
nity Center. The theme for
this year's fashion show is

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Herzl AZA and Yachad
BBG of Windsor are estab-
lishing a Richard Kamen
Memorial Scholarship
Fund, in honor of Herzl
AZA's past president who
was killed in an automo-
bile accident in August.

Funds raised will be
placed in trust so that each
year the earnings in interest
will be given as scholarship
to a BBYO leadership activ-
ity. Contributions to the
Richard Kamen Memorial
Scholarship Fund may be
sent in care of the Windsor
Jewish Community Center,
1641 Quellette, Windsor,
Ontario, Canada N8X 1K9.

LZA Will Show
Yiddish Films

The Labor Zionist Alli-
ance announces a festival of
Yiddish films will begin 8
p.m. Sunday at the Labor
Zionist Institute. 'The mov-
ies are subtitled in English.
The first film in the series
will be "The Golden Age of
Second Avenue," a chronicle
of the story of the Yiddish
theater in the United
States. Narrated in English
by Herschel Bernardi, the
film includes vignettes from
the Yiddish stage. The ma-
jor personalities of the 75
years of Yiddish theater
participate in the film.
For ticket information,
call the Labor Zionist Alli-
ance, 851-1606. Tickets for
the series may be purchased
at a discount. Individual
tickets will he available at
the door.

Founders, children and relatives of Cong. Chasidai
Stolin met recently to turn over that congregation's deed
to its burial grounds to the Hebrew Benevolent Society
— Hebrew Memorial Park. The cemetery, located at
Gratiot Ave. and 14 Mile Rd. will remain as the Stoliner
Cemetery. Shown in bottom row, from left, are: Leo
Furst, vice president of the Hebrew Benevolent Society;
Alex Saltsman; Joseph Korman, president of the burial
society; Sam Platt, president of Cong. Chasidai Stolin;
Morris Averbuch, secretary-treasurer of the Stoliner
Cemetery; and Rabbi Israel I. Rockove, executive direc-
tor of the burial society. Shown in top row, from left,
are: Rabbi Henry Goldschlag, Hebrew Memorial Park
cemetery administrator; Meyer Cooper, vice president of
the burial society; Morris Dorn, treasurer of Hebrew Be-
nevolent, Edward Miller, chairman of Hebrew Memorial
Park; Samuel Heckman; Meyer Terebelo, chairman of
the Stoliner Cemetery; Paul Jacobs, past president of
the burial society and Nathan Wolok, assistant director
of the society. Not pictured are Jay and Sol Wainer, re-
maining members of the congregation.

Washington Writer
to Speak on M.E.

Saul Friedman, Washing-
ton correspondent and polit-
ical affairs analyst, will
speak at the Jewish Com-
munity Council's delegate
assembly 8 p.m. Thursday
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
He will discuss reactions
in Washington to the recent
Israeli-Egyptian interim
agreement. A question and
answer period will follow.

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Births

Sept. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. William G. Barris
(Arlene Miller), 4528 Valley-
view Dr., West Bloomfield,
a son, Joel Michael.
* * *
Sept. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Eidelman (Ju-
dith Levine), 26724 Franklin
Pte. Dr., Southfield, a son,
Mathew Aaron.
* * *
Sept. 27 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Schwartz
(former Detroiter Estelle
Levine) of New York City, a
son, Eric Joseph.
* * *
Sept. 26 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Harold Block (Janet
Statfeld), 30248 Southfield,
a daughter, Julie Nissa.
* * *
Sept. 24 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Milton Stern (Barbara
Shoskes), 2002 Willow
Beach, Keego Harbor, a
daughter, Dana Beth.
* * *
Sept. 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Udman (Carol
Stone), 26201 Harding, Oak
Park, a daughter, Erica
Michelle.
* * *
Sept. 20 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Rich, former De-
troiters of Kibutz Degania
Alef, Israel, a daughter,
Zmira.
* * *
Sept. 19 — To Mr. and

Parenthood League
Sets Holiday Mart

The Planned Parenthood
League will hold a Holiday
Mart 5-8:30 p.m. Tuesday,
10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day and 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Thursday at the Raleigh
House.
The shopping mart offers
merchandise from a wide
variety of specialty stores.
Proceeds will go to the Par-
enthood League.

Sandy Friedman Photography's
search for the
Cutest Photographed Child

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Mrs. Robert Cohen (Ann
Miller), 27522 S. Hill Rd.,
New Hudson, a daughter,
Emily Beth.
* * *
Sept. 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Green (Arlene
Greenwald), 24352 Rensse-
laer, Oak Park, a son, Kevin
Shawn.
* * *
Sept. 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. William Miller (Sara
Cathy Collins), former De-
troiters of Five Islands,
Maine, a son, Brett Martin.
* * *
Sept. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Stillwater (Beverly
Ilkow), 1907 Parmenter,
Royal Oak, a son, Michael
Leon.

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PROF. ALLEN POLLACK

Prof. Allen Pollack, past-
chairman of the American
Professors for Peace in the
Middle East and a member
of the National Executive
Committee of the Labor
Zionist Alliance, will deliver
the keynote address, "70
Years of Labor Zionism:
Prospects for the Future,"
at the third annual Labor
Zionist Seminar, 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 1 at the Labor Zionist
Institute.
Known for his activities
on behalf of Israel and So-
viet Jewry, Dr. Pollack is a
member of the executive of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion and the board of direc-
tors of the United Jewish
Appeal. In his capacity with
the APPME, Dr. Pollack
has participated in several
study missions to Jordan,
Egypt and Israel. Dr. Pol-
lack teaches Russian history
at Yeshiva University. The
community is invited.

Eight out of 10 adults (21
and over) read a newspaper
on an average day.

ANGLO-JEWISH with Jules Abrams 9-10 am Mon-Thur
YIDDISH with Lou Levine 9-10 am Wed
HEBREW with Uri Segal 9:30-10 am Tues
YIDDISH with Al Naftal and Sonia Popowski 9-10 am Fri

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