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March 17, 1978 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-03-17

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Jewish Center Lists Activities

The Jewish Community
Center announces that
Shimon and Liana Gerwirtz
— The Balladeers — have
added a second concert to
their Detroit schedule. The
couple and their daughters
will appear 8:30 p.m. Satur-
day in addition to their 3:15
p.m. Sunday concert in the
main Center complex. Tic-
kets are available at the
main building and at the 10
Mile branch.

The senior adult depart-
ment at the 10 Mile branch

will present the film, "The
Singing Blacksmith," in
Yiddish with English subti-
tles, 8 p.m. March 25 and 26
and 1 p.m. March 27 at the
Center branch. There is a
charge, and tickets are av-
ailable at the 10 Mile build-
ing.
The physical education
department announces
there still are openings for
the Olympic and modern
rhythmic gymnastics prog-
ram held 4 p.m. Mondays
and 4:15 p.m. Wednesdays
at the main building. The

•• •

Author Astrachan to Speak
at Book Fair Plan Meeting

Author Samuel As-
trachan will address the
first planning meeting of
the 27th annual Jewish
Book Fair 11 a.m. Wednes-
day in the main Jewish
Community Center com-
plex. The public is invited
free of charge.
Astrachan is the author of
"Katz-Cohen," the saga of a
Jewish family whose roots
are traceable to Russia and
Poland and lives are inter-
woven in the American
lifestyle.
Published by Macmillan
Publishing Co., Inc., the
book covers the three gen-
erations between the start.
of World War II and the pre-
sent — lingering on com-
plex characters, following
their material and emo-
tional fluctuations and trac-
ing their continuity in the
face of inexorable stress and
change.
Starting with the im-
migrants and their early
adjustments in America,
"Katz-Cohen" looks both
to the past and future, re-
lating the uneasy mar-
riage alliances, the diver-
sity of careers and per-
sonalities within the fam-
ily, and the moral conclu-
sions toward which each
individual struggles.
Then, as the world itself
changes, the elders de-
cline. The young ones —
for better or worse — go
off in their own direc-
tions.
Yet for all the weakening
ties of a once closely-knit

SAMUEL ASTRACHAN

family, ancestors and de-
scendants are locked to-
gether in the endless stretch
of time. At the close of the
novel, Max — son of the first
man introduced in the vol-
ume — teaches his own
half-Jewish son the Sh'ma,
the pledge of a Jew to his
people. Through all the
agonies of life that he has
observed, despite emotional
upheaval, past death and
change, Max recognizes
that the ties of blood and be-
lief, heightened by the vis-
tas of memory, are the lines
to which men cling.
Astrachan is the author of
three other novels: "An End
to Dying," The Game of Dos-
toevsky" and "Rejoice."
Born and educated in New
York City, he now lives in
France with his wife and
son, but returns to America
annually for a few months
to teach at Wayne State
University.

Dr. Fill Greets Israel Leader
at Founding of Begin Chair

Detroiter Dr. Leon Fill, left, a new member of Bar-
Ilan University's board of trustees, greets Israel
Prime Minister Menahem Begin after signing as a
founder the certificate establishing the Menahem
Begin Chair in Post-World War II Zionist History and
the Role of the Underground Movements.

class is directed by gym-
nasts Drs. Vladimir and
Zina Mironov. Youth age
6-16 are invited to enroll.
For information, call the
Center, 661-1000 ext. 180.
Resistration is being
taken for disco dance
classes held at both the
main Center complex and
at the 10 Mile branch.
Esther Pastor will con-
duct the classes which
will meet 10 a.m. Mon-
days at the main building
beginning April 17; 7 p.m.
Mondays at the 10 Mile
building beginning April
17; 10 a.m. Tuesdays in
the main building begin-
ning April 18 and 9:30
a.m. Wednesdays in the
10 Mile building begin-
ning April 12.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Ruth Tar-
gum, 661 - 1000, ext. 164.
Rabbi Chaim M. Bergs-
tein, director of Cong. Bais
Chabad in Farmington
Hills, will conduct an
eight-week session on
"Marriage-Family-Divorce
— Jewish Style" beginning
April 26 at the main build-
ing. For information, call
the Center's cultural arts
department, 661-1000.
The Jewish Center's
summer programs are tak-
ing registration. The camp
programs include activities
such as arts and crafts,
sports, overnights, swim-
ming, hiking and projects to
strengthen Jewish identity.
For information, call the
Center's group services de-
partment, 661-1000.
The Center announces
that Tom Brun, sculptor
and art teacher, will re-
turn to the Center staff
following a 10-year ab-
sence to teach art classes
1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesdays beginning April
5. There is a charge. For
information, call Ms.
Targum at the Center,
661-1000, ext. 164.
Dr. Deborah K. Bright
will teach a course in the
"Art of Creative Relaxa-
tion," 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays
in the main building begin-
ning April 26. There is a
charge. For information,
call Ms. Targum.

Habonim Camp
Seeks Campers

Habonim Camp Tavor is
taking registration for its
23rd camp season. The
camp, located near Three
Rivers, is designed for youth
age 10-16. It operates under
the auspices of Habonim,
the Zionist youth move-
ment.
Serving the Midwest
Habonim chapters, the
camp program includes
creative activities, discus-
sions, special programs,
hiking, sports, swimming,
interest groups, arts and
crafts, dramatics and Israeli
song and dance.
Hebrew is taught through
informal outdoor classes,
skits, games and songs.
For information or
brochure, call Ethel Silberg,
Detroit registrar, 968-8726,
or write her at 15240 Ken-
wood, Oak Park, 48237.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 17, 1978 45

Cantor Sidney

Births

March 15 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Leonard Stein (Rita
Kalenberg), 27626 Westcott
Crescent Cir., Farmington
Hills, a son, Andrew Marc.

March 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. Camis (Sha-
ron Martel) of Westland, a
daughter, Jody Lynn.
•• •
March 6 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Hyman (Toby
Cohen) of West Bloomfield,
a daughter, Julie Renee.

March 6 — To Mr. and

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Mrs. Ronald Wayburn of
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daughter, Bess Kathryn.
• • •
March 6 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Werber (Margi
Miller), 14830 Borgman,
Oak Park, a son, Michael
Jason.

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Feb. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Gary J. Schtfrman
(Cheryl Goldstein) of Oak
Park, a daughter, Jennifer
Leigh.
• • •

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RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

Specialized

MOHEL

Feb. 27 — T. Dr. and Mrs.
Barry Bean (Renee Sipo-
rin), 18457 Lincoln, South-
field, a daughter, Emily
Faye.
•• •
To Dr. and Mrs. Steven J.
Bennett, former Detroiters
of Los Angeles, Calif., a
daughter, Elizabeth Carrie.

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MRS. HARRIS

Debra Joy Chinsky and
Hartley Irwin Harris were
married in a recent can-
dlelight ceremony at Cong.
Bnai David. Rabbi Stanley
Rosenbaum and Cantor
Louis Klein of Cong. Bnai
Moshe, Rabbi Samuel Prero
and Rabbi Morton Yolkut
and Cantor Hyman Adler,
both of Cong. Bnai David of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Chinsky of Livonia. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
Louis Harris' of Oak Park
and the late Mrs. Mildred
Harris.
Debbie Bookstein was
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Barbara Klaristenfeld
and Shelley Harris, sisters
of the bridegroom; Sharon
Levine, Rochelle Nitzkin
and Marla Magy.
Best man was Avery Har-
ris, brother of the brideg-
room. Ushers were David
Chinsky, brother of the
bride; Kenneth Klaristen-
feld, Paul Levine, Monte
Schloss and Danny Kaplan.
Ring bearers were Daniel
and Ari Klaristenfeld.
Following a New York
honeymoon, the couple is
living in Oak Park.

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$125 per session

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before April 1st

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Director

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