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September 07, 1979 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

List Is Published of Books
Banned at Moscow Fair

Youth News

ADAT
SHALOM
Garinim (fifth and sixth
grades) will hold services 10
a.m. Saturday in the chapel.
Leading the group will be
Sheri Traison, adviser.

Shoresh (seventh and
eighth grades) and Migdal
Tzion (ninth-12th grades)
will conduct Shabat serv-
ices 10 a.m. Saturday in the
board room. Howard

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Adjoining the city of Southfield

534-1400

PANDORA

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HAS MOVED

NOW LOCATED IN
LINCOLN SHOPPING CENTER

GREENFIELD AND 101/2 MILE RD.

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Lupovitch will read from
the Torah. Advisers for the
coming year are Sue Goren,
Shoresh; and Debby Vieder,
Migdal Tzion.
For information about
youth activities, call the
youth department, 851-
5100.
* * *
BETH
SHALOM
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
YOUTH will host a city-
wide dance 9:15 p.m. Satur-
day in the synagogue. All
high school-age youth are
invited. Music will be pro-
vided by Pro-Disco. Re-
freshments will be served.
There is a charge.
For information, call
Stuart Sandweiss, 569-
2579; or Karen Knoppow,
569-8008.

-* * *

MICHIGAN STATE
TEMPLE YOUTH in-
stalled Robert Fenster as
president for the 1979-1980
program year. =
Other officers are: Kim
Zisholz, general vice
president; Karl Tannen-
baum, conclave vice
president; Marcy Goldstein,
social action; Miriam Stark,
religious vice president;
Amy Hoffman and Stefany
Lester, secretaries; and Bill
Fenster, treasurer.
Patty Seyburn and Ruth
Rome are MSTY songlead-
ers.
MSTY will hold an
officer's retreat today
and Saturday at Temple
Emanu-El. Temple
Emanu-El's youth group
will hold its installation 8
p.m. Saturday at the tem-
ple.
The first MSTY regional
board meeting will be held
Oct. 19-21 in Lansing.

Business
Briefs

David Wachler and
Sons will display the
largest uncut diamond in
the world, on loan from La-
zare Kaplan and Sons of
New York, at its new loca-
tion in Tower 200 of the Re-
naissance Center. The
diamond will be on display
throughout September.
* * *
Paul Weiman has been
appointed sales manager in
Metropolitan Life Insur-
ance Co.'s Dearborn office.

* * *

OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER

968-7677

We Are Now Among
Ladies Stores — Deli — Butcher
Drug Store — Bakery — Chatham
Super Market
And Many Other Fine Stores

Friday, September 1, 1979 51

Sophie Rohlik
Quits Firm

Mrs. Sophie Rohlik has
resigned as president and
director of Rohlik, Inc. the
firm she co-founded in 1937.
Mrs. Rohlik will no longer
be connected with the firm
and its name will be
changed to J.B. Perrin and
Co.

He that withholdeth corn,
the people shall curse him;
but blessing shall be upon
the head of him that selleth
it.

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Representatives of Ameri-
can and international pub-
lishing associations attend-
ing the Moscow book fair in
Moscow indicated that they
might boycott future book
fairs in the Soviet capital
unless Soviet authorities
pledged not to bar ex-
hibitors and ban books.
This warning came at a
news conference called by
American publishers where
they announced that they
had lodged a strong protest
with Soviet officials follow-
ing the confiscation of some
three dozen books which
American publishers had
brought to the fair. The
books included works by
Jewish authors, works deal-
ing with the Holocaust and
the Nazi era, and books
written by Soviet dissi-
dents.
Among the confiscated
books are:
"The Illustrated His-
tory of the Third Reich"
by John Bradley, Grosset
and Dunlap, 1978.
"Identity: Adventure in
Living Judaism." (Further
identification of the book
was not available.)
The Face of the Third Re-
ich" by Joachim C. Fest,
Pantheon, 1977.

"Hitler" by Joachim C.
Fest, Random House, 1975.
"White Nights: The
story of a prisoner in
Russia" by Menahem Be-
gin. Harper and Row,
1979.
A few books from the
Association of Jewish Book
Publishers taken by the
Soviet authorities "for con-
sideration" are:
"The Holocaust Years:
Society on Trial," edited by
Roselle Chartok. Bantam,
1978:
The Kids Who Went to
Israel: Autobiographical
Sketches of Young Im-
migrants" by Harold
Flender. Washington
Square Press, 1973.
The Jericho Command-
ment" by James Patterson.
Crown, 1979.
"The Pictorial History of
the Jewish People" by
Nathan Ausubel. Crown,
1953.

"My Country" by Abba
Eban. Random House,
1972.
Some of the books seized
have been returned, it was
reported. The international
book fair, which opened
Tuesday, is being attended
by 2,000 publishers repre-
senting some 70 countries.

Marriages

Janice Berman and
Samuel Kessler were mar-
ried in a recent ceremony at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses. Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper and _ Cantor
Shabtai Ackerman of-
ficiated. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Berman of South-
field. Parents of the brideg-
room are Dr. and Mrs.
Harold Kessler of Ann Ar-
bor.
Linda MondroW was the
maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Susan Kessler and
Barbara Kessler, sisters of
the bridegroom. Best man
was Michael Merwin of San
Diego, Calif. Ushers were
William Stussick of
Traverse City and John
Conzett of Trenton, N.J.
Mrs. Irene Berman,
grandmother of the bride,

also participated . in the
ceremony.
Following a Bahamas
honeymoon, the couple is
residing in Oak Park.

* * *

Debra Sue Blake be-
came the bride of Leonard
Weisenthal in a recent
ceremony. The bride is the
daughter of Mrs. Rose Blake
of Detroit and Mr. Marvin
Blake of Southfield. Parents
of the bridegroom are the
late Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wie-
senthal. The couple is resid-
ing in Detroit.

Brazil to Honor
Gaynor Jacobson

NEW YORK — Gaynor I.
Jacobson, executive vice
president of HIAS, - will be
the recipient of the Brazi-
Nun to Render
lian government's Ordem
View of Israel
Nacional Do Cruzeiro Do
"Perspectives on Israel" Sul (The National Order of
will be the subject pursued the Southern Cross) with
by Sister Rose Thering rank of commander.
when she appears on behalf
This decoration, the
of the Israel Information highest honorary order of
and Resource Center and Brazil, is conferred upon
the Detroit Round Table of persons who have rendered
the National Conference of outstanding services to
Christians and Jews 3 p.m. Brazil. The decoration will
Sept. 16 at the main Jewish be bestowed upon Jacobson
Community Center.
for his "dedication and con-
A Dominican nun, Dr. tribution towards the good
Thering is consultor and relations between HIAS
adviser to the secretariat for and the Brazilian govern-
Catholic-Jewish relations of ment." It will be presented
the National Council of to him today, Brazilian Na-
Catholic Bishops.
tional Day, by the ambas-
Also participating in the sador of Brazil to the United
proo-ram will be Janet Pont States, Antonio F. Azeredo
and Geri Levit, vocalists; da Silveira, at the Brazilian
and Uri Segal and Rachel Embassy in Washington,
Jacobs, Israeli dancers.
D.C.

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