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October 13, 1978 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-13

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36 Friday, October 13, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Scientist Due for Technion
Nov. 5 at .Shaarey Zedek

Dr. Edward Teller, re-
nowned nuclear physicist,
will address the 31st annual
dinner of the American
Technion Society 6 p.m.
Nov. 5 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Louis Milgrom,
president of the Detroit
Chapter, American Tech-
nion Society, announced
that David D. Kahn will be
dinner chairman.
Dr. Teller, who has often
been called "the father of
the H Bomb," has been a
major spokesman for nu-
clear energy for peaceful

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Marriages

Ellen Sue Lesser and
Les I. Siegel were married
recently at the Birmingham
Temple. Rabbi Sherwin T.
Wine officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lesser of
Bloomfield Hills. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Siegel of South-
field. The new Mrs. Siegel
and her husband were
graduated from Michigan
State University. Mr. Siegel
attends the Wayne State
University Medical School.
The couple honeymooned,in
Montreal and Quebec.

* * *

Heidi Sprague and
Richard Kasoff were mar-
' ried in a recent ceremony at
Temple Israel. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Fertel of South-
field. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton Kasoff of Southfield.
The couple are residing in
Boca Raton, Fla.
** *
Julie Anne Anstandig
and Daniel T. Wolf were
married in a • recent cere-
mony at Temple Israel.
Rabbi Harold Loss and Can-
tor Harold Orbach of-
ficiated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Anstandig of Oak
Park. Parents of the brideg-
room are Dr. and Mrs. Mar-

vin B. Wolf of Adrian. Gayle
Lasky was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Meryl
Hickey, Cynthia Kandel
and Betsy Barnes. Beth
Anstandig was the flower
girl. Richard Clift was best
man. Ushers were Michael
and Tim Wolf, brothers of
the bridegroom, and Ian
Anderson. Jason and Brian
Andstandig also partici-
pated in the ceremony. Fol-
lowing a Northern Michi-
gan honeyinoon, the couple
is residing in Goshen, Ind.
* * *

Joanne Citron and Paul
Burgio were married re-
cently. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Citron of Oak Park..
Parents of the bridegroom
are the late Mr. and Mrs.
John Burgio. The new Mrs..
Burgio earned a BA degree
at the University of Michi-
gan and is pursuing doc-
toral studies in clinical psy-
chology at Wayne State
University. Her husband
earned a BA degree in
chemistry from Upsala Col-
lege in New Jersey, an MS
degree in physiology from
Seton Hall and Princeton
Universities and is pursu-
ing doctoral studies in the
physiology of hearing at the
University of Michigan
Medical School.

Detroiter to Mark 100th

Anna Gurvitch will
celebrate her 100th birth-
day Oct. 20.
A resident of the Edgewa-
ter Convalescent Center,
Mrs. Gurvitch came to the
U.S. in 1905 with her hus-
band, Benjamin, now de-
ceased, from the Ukraine.
They were active in efforts
on behalf of Workmen's Cir-
cle for many years.
Mrs. Gurvitch is the
mother of the late Sophie
Gurvitch, an artist; of Eve-
lyn Gurvitch, a concert
pianist and teacher; and of
Rose Holzel. She has four
grandchildren.

Israel Information, Resource
Center Gets Communal Aid

The Israel Information
and Resource Center is off to
a running start, according
to Shelly Jackier, coor-
dinator.
Since its opening, the cen-
ter has fielded questions
from Jews and non-Jews on
a number of topics, includ-
ing opportunities in Israel,
celebrating the New Year in
Haifa, speaker& how to
counteract Arab prop-
aganda on campus, infor-

Proselytizing
Businessmen

The 41-year-old Chris-
tian Business Men's Com-
mittee of the USA held its
annual convention last
week at the Hyatt Regency
Hotel in Dearborn.
One of the seminars dealt
with "How to Effectively
Reach Executives for
Christ" and included infor-
illation on how to compile
lists of non-Christian
executives "and get them to
come to your home to hear
the Gospel."

* * *

Mr. and Mrs. Sam

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and adapters in Israel and
co sponsoring of programs.
The Israel Information
and Resource Center of-
fers assistance and
rials for persons
information about Israe
A trained volunteer staff
updates the files.
To volunteer or for infor-:
mation, call the Israel In-
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Center hotline, 661-1948.

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nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Sharon
Bakunow, to Solomon
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and Mrs. Leon Gongola of
Brooklyn, N.Y. Miss
Bakunow was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity with an MA degree in
library science. Her fiance
was graduated from the
City College of New York
with an MS degree in com-
puter science. A fall wed-
ding is planned.

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the talmudic period, there
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Mesopotamia (today's Iraq).
In the Middle Ages, Jews
from European countries,
North Africa and the Mid-
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Dr. and Mrs. David Shap-
iro, former Detroiters of Re-
ston, Va., announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Andrea Ruth Shap-
iro, to Jeffrey Low, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Hillel
Rosenzweig. Miss Shapiro
was graduated from
Arizona State University.
Her fiance was graduated
from the University -of
Arizona and is pursuing
graduate studies at Arizona
State University. A De-
cember wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr.- and Mrs. William
Musiker of Deerfield Beach,
Fla., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Marilyn Musiker to
James Roth, son of Shirley
Stewart of East Lansing
and Irvin Roth of Holmes
Beach, Fla. A fall wedding
is planned.

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