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August 24, 1979 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-08-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Births

Aug. 19 — To Dr. and
S Mrs. Robert E. Borson (Beth
Susan Danto) of Southfield,
a daughter, Lauren Hope.

* * *

) Aug. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Bagdade
c;Sarita Lash) of West

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Andrew.

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Aug. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Keith J. Kalish (Karen
Friedman) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Randi Beth.
* * *
Aug. 3 — To former De-
troiter David Zeltzer and
Mrs. Zeltzer (Judy Sachter
of Ogden, Utah) of Colum-
bus, Ohio, a son, Ariel Ben-
jamin.

* * *

July 31— To Dr. and Mrs.
Jeffrey Lissauer (former
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of Florida, a son, Ryan
Michael.

* * *

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July 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael L. Balkin
(Deborah Eby) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Aaron
William.

* * *

To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
E. Weiss (Diane Mash) of
Oak Park, an adopted
daughter, Jennifer Elisha.

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Urgent Appeal Issued for UHS
Hearing Impaired, Deaf Program

An urgent appeal has
been issued for enrollment
in the United Hebrew
Schools' program for the
hearing impaired and deaf.
The program,
spearheaded in 1965 by the
late Richard Mitchell, is
marking its Bar Mitzva
year. Upon developing the
program, Mr. Mitchell em-
phasized the importance of
a Jewish education for hear-
ing impaired and deaf
Jewish children.
"It's important for hear-
ing children to learn
Judaism, but it's just as im-
portant for deaf students to
learn their heritage, to use
their speech and lip-
reading, to integrate in
Jewish academics with
hearing peers, to socialize
with Jewish friends, to
identify oneself as Jewish,
to participate with family in
the home for Shabes and
holidays, to pray together in
the synagogue and to teach
hearing peers how to speak

Fall Registration to Open at Center

Registration for fall
classes at the Jewish Com-
munity Center will take
place 1-3 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.
Sept. 5 in the main Center
complex.
Among the subjects in
which classes will be offered
are: dance, collage,

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ing, calligraphy, yoga and
more. There also will be
parent-toddler classes and
museum tours.
For a brochure, call the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 250.
Meanwhile, the Center
has announced the ap-
pointment of Howard
Taxe as squash consul-
tant.
Taxe is ranked third
among amateur squash
players in the state.

Numismatists
Gather at Center

The Israel Numismatic
Society of Michigan, Inc.,
will meet 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the 10 Mile branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
A color film, "Jerusalem
Lives," will be shown, in
addition to the One God"
film originally scheduled to
be shown last month. Re-
freshments will be served
by hostesses Frances Miller
and Ruth Adler.
Cantor Hyman Adler of
Cong. Bnai David will
speak on "Shekels Men-
tioned in the Bible."

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Friday, August 24, 1919 41

speech and lip-reading in
regular classes; some
students have become
Bar Mitzva, confirmed or
graduated, while others
have traveled to Israel,
according to Rabbi
Gerald Teller, UHS
superintendent.

RICHARD MITCHELL

to their hearing impaired
friends in order to respect
and exchange ideas with
each other."
Since the program's in-
ception in 1966, students
have joined the regular
UHS curriculum, have
been integrated in reg-
ular classrooms in junior
and senior high school
grades, have used their

Many of the students with
a hearing loss have joined
social groups: National
Federation of Temple
Youth, United Synagogue
Youth, National Confer-
ence of Synagogue Youth,
Bnai Brith Youth Organ-
ization and have been cam-
pers at Camp Ramah. On
the college level, hearing
impaired and deaf students
have participated in Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation ac-
tivities on campuses across
the country.
Registration will be
taken for the program
through Sept. 5. For infor-
mation, call Rabbi Teller at
the UHS offices, 354-1050.

Dorfmans Host a Meeting
to Benefit Holocaust Center

A parlor meeting on be- •
half of the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center will be held at 8
p.m. Thursday at the
Franklin home of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Dorfman.
Dorfman is chairman of the
HMC's Capital and
Endowment Fund Cam-
paign.

Guest-speaker will be Dr.
Irving Greenberg, director
of the President's Commis-
sion on the Holocaust. Dr.
Greenberg and Commission
Chairman Elie Wiesel re-
RABBI GREENBERG
cently led a mission to East-
nounced
the appointment of
ern Europe, where they
toured Holocaust memo- two additional major gifts
rials in Poland and the co-chairman to the HMC
Capital and Endowment
Soviet Union.
Fund.
They are Irwin De-
The group also visited
utch,
a
member of the board
Copenhagen and
Jerusalem. Dr. Greenberg of the Jewish Community
met with President Carter Center who is active in the
after his return from the Allied Jewish Campaign,
Cong. Shaarey \Zedek, the
mission.
American
Cancer Society
Dr. Greenberg is a pro-
fessor of Jewish studies and St. Jude's Children's
at City College of the City Hospital; and Abraham
University of New York. Weberman, president of
He also di-ects the Na- Shaarit Halplaytah, Sur-
tional Jewish Conference vivors of the Holocaust.
Center and is an or-
Salmon Mousse
dained rabbi.
By NORMA BARACH
The Holocaust Memorial
(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)
Center, to be erected as a 2 tbsps. unflavored gelatin
wing of the Jewish Commu- 2 cups very hot water
nity Center in West Bloom- 1 packet onion soup mix
field, will be the first facility
1 lb. can red salmon (without
of its kind in the United bones or skin)
States. The permanent ex- 1 pint sour cream
hibit will be modeled after 1 tbsp. lemon juice
Yad Vashem in Jerusalem, 1/2 tsp. white pepper
with emphasis on pinch of salt
Dissolve gelatin in hot
memoralizing the families
water. Stir until well mixed.
of Detroit area residents.
Add onion soup mix. Mix well.
The HMC will also house Refrigerate until slightly jelled.
temporary exhibits and (Be careful not to let it harden
facilities for scholarly re- completely.) Mix all other in-
gredients together with gela-
search. Programs for school tin.
Put into lightly greased
and adult groups will be or- 6-cup ring mold. Fill center
ganized.
with cherry tomatoes or kernel
The HMC will function corn. Garnish with parsley.
as an independent in- Serves 6-8.
stitution. Endowment
Better to lose to a wise
funds will be managed by
United Jewish Charities. man than to win from a fool.
— Proverbs 29.
Dorfman recently an-

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