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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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52 Friday, October 22, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Community Council Polls Candidates on Jewish, Civic Issues

Thirty-seven candi-
dates for U.S. Senate and
House of Representatives
and Michigan House of
Representatives in the
tri-county area have re-
sponded =to the Jewish
Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit's
candidate questionnaires
which solicted their views
on a wide range of issues.
(The results of a similar
poll conducted by Louis
Panush under the au-
spices of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit
were reported in the Oct.
8 edition of The Jewish
News.)

I

Births

Oct. 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Henry. M. Averbuch
(Patricia Ann Bushta),
23820 Morton, Oak Park,
.• a daughter, Michelle
Suzanne.
* * *
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Stollman, 5
Hampton Towne, South-
-

RABBI DR. LEO

GO,LDMAN

)Expert Mohel
ing Hospitals and Homes
S erving
'

'

Two candidate ques-
tionnaires, using a
multiple-choice answer
format, were prepared by
Council's community re-
lations committee. One
questionnaire asked for
the opinions of U.S. Se-
nate and House candi-
dates on issues of na-
tional and international
concern. The other ques-
tionnaire, sent to State.
Representative candi-
dates, focused on stat is-
sues.
Congressional candi-
dates were asked their
views on anti-Arab boycott
proposals, U.S. interests

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field, a son, Ronald
Stewart.
* * *
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey P. Blavin
(Judy Rath), 30625 Nad-
ora, Southfield, a son,
Jonathan Hugh.

*

* *

Oct. 4 — To Mr. and
Mrs. George Smiley
(Frani Schechter) of
Farmington Hills, a
daughter, Ruth Alana.
* * *
Oct. 4 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Turbow
(Heidi Kirman), 28043
Brookhill, Farmington
Hills, a son, Scott. Evan.

-

* * *

Oct. .1 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Cooperman
(Harriet Vollick), 13441
Irvine, Oak Park, a son,
Jason Michael.
* * *
Sept. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Barr (Renee
Deitch), 23015 Harding,
Oak Park, a son, Charles
Matthew.
* * *
Sept. 23 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gutman
(Barbara Rachmiel)
25774 Branchaster, Far-
mington Hills, a son, Jef-
frey Michael.

* * *

Sept' 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Marc Roland (Sari
Wolok) of West Bloom-
field, a daughter, Randi
Alison.
*
*
Aug. 30 — To former
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Gary Marx (Margaret Os-
trow) of San Ramon,
Calif., a son, Andrea
Joshua.

Baby World's

in the Middle East, Soviet
Jewry, terrorism, actions
to reduce unemployment
and on other foreign rela-
tions and domestic issues.
State Representative
candidates were asked to
respond to questions con-
cerning welfare, state
anti-Arab boycott prop-
osals, support for educa-
tion and other topics.

Center Retirees
to Hold Luncheon

The Retired Men's Re-
creation Club will hold its
installation luncheon
12:30 p.m. Thursday, at
the 10 Mile branch of
the Jewish Community
Center.
The following officers
will be installed: presi-
dent, Abe Dishell; vice
president, Morris Hur-
witz; secretary, Sam
Fishman; treasurer,
Manny Greenspan; hos-
pitaler, Sam Brady;
sergeant at arms, Max
Gold.
Entertainment for the
luncheon will be provided
by Max Sosin, Hal Gor-
'don and Sam Woolf. There
is a charge. For reserva-
tions and information call
the 10 Mile branch, 545-
8780.

Bond Metals Industry Division
Will Hold First Tribute Dinner

newly-formed
The
Metals Industry Division
of State of Israel Bonds
will hold its first tribute
dinner-dance 6:30 p.m.
Nov. 3 at the Sheraton-
Southfield Hotel.
General chairman of
the division is Sam Rich.
Sam Grand, president
and founder of several
metal manufacturing
plants serving the au-
tomotive and aircraft in-
dustries nation-wide, will
be honored at the dinner
and will be the recipient
of a special award from
the State of Israel.
Grand has been active'in
promoting, importing and
distributing Israeli pro-
ducts to the metals indus-
try.
Both Grand and Rich are
involved in support of
Technion: Grand as a
member of the national
board of directors of

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All candidates were
asked to respond to ques-
tions about aid to non-
public schools, prayer in
the public schools, federal
assumption of full re-
sponsibility for welfare
and additional issues.
The following candi-
dates responded to the
questionnaires: U.S. Se-
nate candidates: Donald
W. Riegle, Jr. (D) and
Marvin L. Esch (R). U.S.
Congressional candi-
dates: 1st District, John
Conyers, Jr. (D); 2nd Dis-
trict, Edward C. Pierce
(D) and Carl D. Pursell
(R); 12th District, David
E. Bonior (D); 13th Dis-
trict, Richard A. Golden
(R); 14th District, John E.
Getz (R); 17th District,
William M. Brodhead (D)
and James W. Burdick
(R); 18th District, James
J. Blanchard (D); 19th
District, Dorothea
Becker (D) and William S.
Broomfield (R).
Michigan House of Rep-
resentatives candidates:
2nd District, Jimmie D.
McFerran (R); 3rd Dis-
trict, Casmer P.
Ogonowski (D); 4th Dis-
trict, George
Cushingberry, Jr. (D); 7th
District, Carlos Domin-
guez (R); 14th District,

Keith Hilton (R); 21st Dis-
trict, George W. Caron (R);
24th District, George F.
Montgomery (D); 27th Dis-
trict, Jeffrey D. Padden
(D); 28th District, Thomas
J. Anderson (D) and Wil-
liam G. LeVan, Sr. (R);
30th District, Brian L.
Mullican (R); 31st District,
Lucille H. McCollough (D);
35th District, R. Robert
Geake (R); 37th District,
Thomas H. Brown (D);
38th District, Edgar R.
Nieten (R); 61st District,

John Teal (D); 62nd Dis-
trict, Charlie Harrison
(D); 63rd District, Ruth B.
McNamee (R); 64th Dis-
trict, Harvey Leon Katz
(D); 65th District, James
E. Defebaugh (R); 67th
District, Joseph Forbes
(D) and William E. Kish
(R); 69th District, Dana
Wilson (D) and Dorothy L.
McIntosh (R).
Single copies of the
sponses are available by
calling the Jewish Com-
munity Council, 962-1880.

Tay-Sachs Screening Slated
Oct. 31 at New Jewish Center

44, 1

Coordinating the Tay-Sachs screening program to
take place Oct. 31 at the new Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield are, from left: Mrs. Sam Goldstein,
Bnai Brith Women's Council Tay-Sachs chairman; Mrs.
Alfred E. Lakin, chairman of volunteers; and Mrs. Bruce
Hillman, Tay-Sachs chairman for the Junior Division of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.

* *

Hundreds of Northwest
Detroit and suburban
women are distributing
posters and dozens more
are planning to serve as
volunteers for the next
Tay-Sachs screening, to
be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Oct. 31 at the main
Jewish Community
Center complex.
Coordinating the effort
are Mrs. Sam Goldstein,
Bnai Brith Women's

SAM RICH
Technion, Rich as its vice
president. Locally, Grand
was the treasurer and
chairman of the Detroit
Chapter. Rich is a board
member.
Other members of the
industry, participating as
subcommittee chairmen
of the dinner, are: Jack
Bean and Milton R. Gil-
man, manufacturing;
Robert Ruch, raw mate-
rials; E. Steven Robinson,
recycling, Greater De-
troit; Louis Kasle, recycl-
ing, Michigan State; and
David D. Kahn, tool
supplies machinery.
Members of the indus-
try committee, still in
formation, are: Daniel Al-
len, Jerome M. Ash, Gus-
tav Berenholz, Harold
Finegood, Hyman Freed-
land, Marvin Frenkel,
Steve Grand, Irwin
Green, Dan Macus, Henry
Miller, Erwin Robinson,
Jerome Singer, Joel
Tauber and Frank
Theyleg.
Guest speaker will be
Dr. Alex Rafaeli, an Is-
raeli industrialist.
For dinner reserva-
tions and information,
call the Israel Bond of-
fice, 968-0200.

Tay-Sachs
Council
chairman; Mrs. Alfred E.
Lakin, chairman of vol-
unteers for the Tay-Sachs
screening program; and
Mrs. Bruce Hillman,
Tay-Sachs chairman for
the Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion.
Tay-Sachs is the
dreaded genetic disease
which concentrates its
attack on children born
* * *
primarily to Jewish pa-
rents of Eastern Euro-
Los Angeles Plans
pean heritage.
,The disease cannot be
Disease Screening
cured. Due to the lack of an
LOS ANGELES (JTA) enzyme, Tay-Sachs infants --
— A major coalition of face a lingering death be-
concerned individuals tween age 5 and 6.
and community organi-
The disease, however,
zations has been formed
prevented.
be
to conduct a Tay-Sachs can
Through
a
simple
blood
Disease Carrier Detec- test, couples can learn
if
tion Screening Oct. 31 at they are carriers who
the Jewish Federation- could transmit the dis- •
Council.
ease to their offspring.
Mrs. Pauline Hirsh,
two carrier
chairwoman , of the JFC When
a child, the cha
Volunteer Bureau, is have
are 1 in 4 that the imant
charing the program. A will have Tay-Sachs dis-
task force of some 40 vol- ease.
unteers—mostly parents
More than 3,000 Detroit
of nursery school children area
persons have been -
— will assist on the day of tested in previous screen-
the screening, according ings and a number of car-
to Bea Chankin of the rier couples have been
Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion consultant for early alerted.
The program is a joint
education who helped re- project of Sinai Hospital
cruit the corps.
of Detroit and the Genetic
Special notices in Rus-
Clinic of
sian of this latest effort to Counseling
Henry Ford Hospital,
eliminate the tragedy of with financial assistance
Tay-Sachs Disease are
rovided by the Jewish
being sent to all 500 of the
elfare Federation.
new Russian immigrant
Donations are volun-
families that have settled tary.
in the Greater Los
Angeles area. Interpret-
If the leaves are bitter,'
ers fluent in Russian will the vinegar made thereof is
be on hand during the very sharp.
testing to assist these
—The Talmud
newly-arrived families.

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