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July 07, 1978 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-07

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Friday, kly 1, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Students Help JNF Move
to Lathrup Headquarters

Youth News

TEMPLE ISRAEL
Temple Youth installed
Michael Lask as president
at the group's installation
dinner-dance last month.
Other officers are: Shelly
Zeff, Howard Iwrey and
David Sherman, vice presi-
dents; Lisa Weingart,
Michigan State Temple
Youth state board member,
Jeff Stone, treasurer; and
Patty Seyburn and Kim
Zisholz, secretaries.

David Nathan, left, and Elliot Maness, were among
the many students who helped the local Jewish Na-
tional Fund move its offices from Oak Park to its new
location at 27308 Southfield, Southfield. Other stu-
dents who assisted JNF director Percy Kaplan were:
Helaine Shaw, Esther Serour, Judith Kasper and Ste-
ven Kasper. The youth moved records, office
machines, furniture and books in English and Heb-
rew on dudaica, the JNF, Israel and on Diaspora
Jewry. For information on tree purchases, call the
JNF at its new telephone number, 557-6644.

MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
sponsor an ethnic night,
with dinner at the Taj
Mahal Indian Restaurant,
3354 W. 12 Mile, Berkley, at
8 p.m. Tuesday. Particip-
ants are requested to bring
Entertainment passbook
coupons.
* * *
SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hear Nadine Bell, executive
director of the Single Parent
Program of the Greater De-
troit Section of the National
Council of Jewish Women, 8
p.m. July 16 at the main
Jewish Center complex. Ms.
Bell will speak on "Com-
munication . .. Stumbling
Block or Stepping Stone."
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call Ann Klemp-
ner, 557-3698; Bea Braun,
357-4369; or Dorothy Shap-
iro, 557-2599. The group
bowls 8:15 p.m. every sec-
ond and fourth Sunday of
the month at Oak Park
Lanes. Regular meetings
are held the first and third
DONALD MOSES
Sundays of each month.
nity, Michigan Association Open board meetings are
of the Professions and the held 8 p.m. the second Mon-
Detroit Bar Association.
day of the month at the 10
He also is a member of Mile Jewish Center. Singles
Cong. Shaarey Zedek and age 30 and up are invited.
the Disabled American

Donald Moses Seeks Post
as District Court Judge

Attorney Donald E.
Moses of Southfield is seek-
ing the position of judge of
the 46th District Court.
Moses was chairman of
three-member arbitration
panels for the American
Arbitration Association. He
is a member of the Michigan
and California Bar Associa-
tions.
Among the other bodies
in which he holds member-
ship are: American Trial
Lawyers Association,
Michigan Trial Lawyers
Association, American
Judicature Society, Ameri-
can Bar Association, Tau
Epsilon Rho Legal Frate:-

O tolsCazt

to (Wed in cSurrzrtzet

Veterans.

Radomer Society
Banquet Nears

Reservations are still
being taken for the 58th an-
nual banquet of the
Radomer Aid Society, to be
held 7 p.m. July 16 at Cong.
Beth Achim. Cocktails will
be served at 6.
For reservations, call the
Benjamin Halperns, 968-
5196, or the Simon Ber-
mans, 352-5455.

MISS GROSSBART

Former Detroiters Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph M.
Grossbart of Woodland
Hills, Calif., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Linda Carol, to Harold
Stuart Olshansky of Oak
Park.
Miss Grossbart was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan with a de-
gree in math. Her fiance
was graduated from the
Wayne State University
School of Pharmacy.
A summer wedding is
planned.

Singles
Events

Batn.staini dlia4
,Sileget cAzrzivvturzy

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Bernstein of Oak Park were
honored recently by their
children at a party at Stouf-
fer's Restaurant on the oc-
casion of their 50th wedding
anniversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin (Diane)
Bernstein and Mr. and Mrs.
Ben (Dolly) Mandell. The
senior Bernsteins have five
grandchildren.

That fools love sweets was
a discovery of the wise.

The youth group will host
the MSTY Conclave Aug.
22-27 at the Union Camp
Institute in Zionsville, Ind.
Youth from Michigan, Ohio,
Indiana and Ontario will
participate.
BNAI DAVID Gruskin
Library will have a weekly
summer camp experience
for children age 2 through 8.
The camp will meet 1 p.m.
Tuesdays for seven weeks
beginning this Tuesday.
Programs will be super-
vised by library director
Sher Rice who will be as-
sisted by teen volunteers.
A group will be held for
young children age 3 to 5,
offering arts and crafts,
stories, singing and danc-
ing. Playground facilities
will be available with
snacks and rest time in-
cluded.
A group for youngsters
age 6 to 8 will feature sports
and games, nature study
walks, arts and crafts and
refreshments. Cartoon
movies will also be shown

Detroiter Wins
Upjohn Award

Dr. Barry Gross was pre-
sented an Upjohn award
last month "for his out-
standing record as a resi-
dent in internal medicine
last year" at the University
of 'Cincinnati Medical
Center.
Dr. Gross is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Gross of Kipl-
ing Ave., Oak Park.

Named to Post

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Abraham Feinberg, New
York industrialist and
communal leader, has been
named by President Carter
to the advisory committee
for the Office of the Special
Representative for Trade
Negotiations headed by
Robert Strauss.

each week. Discussions will
be held on topics from the
many children's books of-
fered in the library.
Space in the camp prog-
ram is limited. For informa-
tion on fees or to register,
contact Ms. Rice at the lib-
rary, 557-8211.

43

"The dream of my life has
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see Jewish defense in all its
greatness and glory."
—Mordecai Anilewitz,
(1919-1943) commander of
the Warsaw Ghetto revolt.

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