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June 24, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, June 24, 1977

Temple Suspends
July Services

REV. HERSH!.

ROTH

Services for July have
been suspended at the Bir-
mingham Temple owing to
the sabbatical of Rabbi
Sherwin Wine. Services will
resume Aug. 5.

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production, "Diary of Anne
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Little Theatre of the Oak
Park High School For infor-
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producer, 398-7439.

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JPS Spokesman Tells Growth of Successful
College Program That Promotes Jewish Books

Confidence in the success
of tasks to encourage Jew-
ish cultural activities
among youth was expressed
here by Bernard Levinson.
executive vice president of
the Jewish Publication So-
cietyu of America.
Here this week to attend
the convention of the Ameri-
can Library Association in
Cobo Hall, Levinson said
that the "JPS College Pro-
gram" recently initiated
has resulted in the enroll-
ment of thousands of youth
as readers of Jewish books.
as purchasers of works that
relate to their studies as
well as their organizational
interests.
Levinson explained that
the college program en-
abled college students to
purchase two JPS volumes
for $5—the regular value
might run in excess of $20—
and in the first months of
the ; project more than
2.000 students were en-
rolled. "The heartening
thing about it is that the re-
sponse was voluntary," Le-
vinson said.
At the convention of li-
brarians, JPS had a special
exhibit and two of the

Day School Opens
Fall Registration

Hillel Day School is tak-
ing registration for the 1977-
1978 school. year.
The school offers a com-
bined English and Hebrew
program for children in
grades kindergarten
through nine, with instruc-
tion in Jewish history, cul-
ture and holidays; Israeli
songs and dances, Bar Mit-
zva preparation and Torah
reading. The secular stud-
ies program includes
French. advanced math-
ematics, science. typing,
gymnastics and music.
Rabbi Robert Abramson
is headmaster and June
Weinberg is administrator.
For information, call the
school office. 851-2394.

I Births

June 17—To Dr. and Mrs.
Joel Seidman (Sue Lane) of
Ann Arbor, a daughter, Jen-
nifer Alanna.
***
June 12—To Mr. and Mrs.
Michael C. Cohan (Eelia
Diskin), 14850 Stahelin
Blvd., a son, Frederick
Jacob.
***
June 10—To Dr. and Mrs.
Robert M. Farber (Alene
M. Lofman), 16314 Pennsyl-
vania, Southfield, a son,
Corey Scott.
**_*_
June 3—To Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Jesselson (for-
mer Detroiter Phyllis
Platt), of Riverdale, N.Y.,
a son, David Samuel.
***
May 31—To Mr. and Mrs.
William Haas (Nancy Gold-
berg) of Milford, a daugh-
ter, Tina Michelle.
***
May 27—To Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Goldberg (Bonnie Jo-
seff), 27640 Gateway Dr.
E., Farmington Hills, a
, . son, Joshua Brian.

books Levinson took pride
in, as part of the exhibit,
were the most recent pub-
lications of JPS. They are
"Contemporary Israeli Lit-
erature," edited by Elliott
Anderson, and "Letters to
an American Jewish
Friend" by Hillel Halkin.
Levinson announced that
Halkin, who also did many
of the translations for the
"Contemporary Israeli Lit-
erature" volume, will be a
speaker during the Jewish
Center Book Fair here in
November.
Levinson announced that
among the very important
forthcoming books to be
published by JPS will be
"The Worlds of Maurice
sSamuel."
JPS membership is grow-
ing, he stated. He said that
some 300 new members
were enrolled in Jerusalem
during the Israel Book Fair
which he attended with the
JPS editor, Maier Deshell,
Toby Erwin Holtzman of
Detroit and Jerome Shes-
tack of Philidelphia. Levin-
son said that on the JPS list
of new books in which the
society takes pride in is
Zwi Werblowsky's "Jo-

Country Club

Honors Officers

The 18th annual Presi-
deht's Ball of Town and
Country Club recently hon-
ored the newly elected and
former officers and board
members.
New officers are : Eugene
J. Hirsch, president; Max-
well Goldstein and Harry
R. Backoff, vice presidents;
Douglas Purther, secre-
tary; and Allen Robinson,
treasurer.
Morris E. Bloomberg is
immediate past president.
The board of directors is
comprised of William Fel-
dman, Merlin M. Gottlieb,
Dr. Manuel Hendelman,
Jack Korman, Paul New-
man, Dr. George Rosin,
Manny Sarko and Max
Schultz.

Hebrew U. Friends
in Windsor Name
Chapter Chairman

Jake Geller has been
named chairman of the
Windsor Chapter of the Ca-
n a d i a n
Friends of the
Hebrew Uni-
versity.
For more
than 60 years.:
Geller has4
been a leader's
in and volun-
GE! LER
teer for serv-
ice clubs, scholarly so-
cieties, fraternal organiza-
tions, national business or-
ganizations, politics and
educational institutions.

Victory Predicted

WASHINGTON (ZINS)—
The U.S. Embassy in Tel
Aviv is reported to have
sent a confidential report to
Washington a few days be-
fore the Knesset elections,
predicting the Likud party
would be victorious.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY
PHYLLIS

Love, Mom & Dad
Dee & Norm
Renee & David
Lois & Don

PARENTS:

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