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June 09, 1978 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 9, 1078 29

Violence Ends Passover Visits

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

IT ALL STARTED with
a little red car . . . The one
Larry Crantz bought
daughter Debbie when she
became 16 . .. Debbie still
had her red Comet while
going to summer school at
Wayne State University
. . . She was two weeks late
in registering . . . so was
Barry Wiss, who Debbie had
never met before . . . Both
were told they would have
to go to another building to
register . . . She offered
him a ride there in her little
red car . . . which today is
part of their romantic his-
tory.
Three years later, on her
recent 23rd birthday, they
became engaged . . . De-
bbie, a former Michigan
State grad, is the daughter
of Marilyn and Larry
Crantz, and receives her
master's degree this Sep-
tember in speech pathology
. . Barry, a Wayne grad, is
the son of Dorothy and Wil-
lie Wiss, and graduated
from Still College of Os-
teopathy in Des Moines,
Iowa . . . When using her
little red Comet, little did
Debbie and Barry realize
that they would be married
to each other in November
1978.

SINCE HE RECO-

VERED from his recent leg
surgery, Joe Silberschein
has become a "hooker" . . .
Selma Raskin of Selma's
Yarn Shop on Greenfield is
teaching Joe how to hook a
rug.

AS USUAL, another
very big crowd at the Mr.
and Mrs. Group, City of
Hope, recent night of games
at Raleigh House . . .
Never better organized .
or with such excellent effi-
ciency .. . Don't know of
too many groups, even pros,
who can do it better.
bad announcements
had
had to be made that Mr. &
Mrs. Group had nothing to
do with the drinks sold . . .
Raleigh House gave not a
dime . . . which, it is hoped,
will be a changed situation
for charitable doings when
the Moslem Shriners take
over June 25.
Mr. & Mrs. Group is re-
sponsible for two of the best
affairs given in the com-
munity. Their huge games
night and the packed boat,
fun galore, Bob-Lo Moon-
light being held this year on
July 19.
The group will recipro-
cate for the great help given
them by members of the
New Horizon Chapter when
the younger guys 'n gals
have their biggie Monte
Carlo Night, June 23, at the
Town & Country Club on
Southfield.
324 MEMBERS of the
Weight Watchers staff in
this area who attended re-
cent luncheon at Cobo Hall,
have collectively lost 17,078
pounds . . . and are suc-

cessfully maintaining that
weight loss — some as long
as 12 years.

BIRTHDAY CON-
GRATS . . . to Harold

Haber and Jack Epstein.

1978 IS A VERY special

year for opera lovers (200th
birthday of La Scala Opera
House in Milan, Italy,
world's most famous) . . .
Dino Valle, local opera
singer and entertainer, will
host a newly unveiled prog-
ram every Sunday over
radio station WHD (1090
AM) . . . It'll be called
"Sunday Opera High-
lights".

EIGHTH GRADE class

of 1963 from Schulze School
has its reunion set for June
24 . . . For more info, con-
tact Santa (Lash) Bagdade,
661-2857. •

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
25-year tradition of mem-
bers of Lubavitch congrega-
tions visiting members of
the rival Satmar Hasidic

Drop-Out Rate

VIENNA (ZINS) — In
January, of 1,761 Soviet
Jews wig) arrived in Vie-
nna, 865 went to Israel. In
February, 1,812 arrived in
Vienna and 842 went to Is-
rael. The March and April
figures were 2,038 - 914 and
1,938 - 756.

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ple Beth Israel of Jackson
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congregation at the prison
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Jewish men. I am also here
for the holidays and travel
to other prison branches
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etc.) throughout the year.
We participate in Jewish
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ing, Shabat, Pesach, Yizkor,
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rael, as well as aiding the
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drive . . . We are also in the
process of building a lib-
rary, for use in classes, with
reference materials and
matters supplementary to a
Jewish education. In addi-
tion, I attempt to supply the
men with whatever objects
of Judaica they might need.
"The temple here over-
sees a fund called the
Jewish Inmate Benefit
Fund. I administer the fund.
We utilize the fund to pro-
vide a Seder, packages for
the men on Hanuka and
Pesach, literature and
Jewish objects, various
emergency needs that may
arise as well as the projects
mentioned above. Our fund
relies on donations and I
would like to appeal to all on
behalf of the men.
"Tax-deductible checks
may be sent to Temple Beth
Israel Annex, Inmate Be-
nefit Fund, 801 W. Michi-
gan Ave., Jackson, Mich.
49202."

-

sect in the Williamsburgh
section of Brooklyn on the
seventh day of Passover
ended this year.
A Lubavitch spokesman
said that rumors of violence
forced cancellation of the
traditional visit. Last year
there were clashes between
the two sects.
The Lubavitch did visit
congregations in other
areas of Brooklyn this year.

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