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September 21, 1979 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Charles Tobias Elected Head
of Local ADL Advisory Board

Births

Sept. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce M. Podolsky
(Debby Ross) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Jacob
Ross.

Grushoff), 7505 Locklin,
Union Lake, a daughter,
Carley Michele.
* * *
Sept. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Gross (former
Detroiter Pamela Lipton) of
Encino, Calif., a daughter,
Jaime Brooke.

* * *

Sept. 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Ron Hartwell (Janice

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Amy Rebecca.
* * *
Sept. 7 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs.
Michael A. Pershin (Wendy
Burk) of Kailua, Hawaii, a
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ORCHESTRA

Gibson also played a tape
of his conversation with
Soviet Jewish refusnik
Boris Gurevitch, who has
been refused permission to
emigrate to Israel to be re-
united with his relatives.

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PERMANENTS

Foreign Policy
Class Offered

Nancy Good, a doctoral
candidate in political
science-international rela-
tions at the University of
Michigan, will conduct a
six-week series on "Foreign
Policy in the 1980s: Chal-
lenges to America," begin-
ning 8 p.m. Oct. 9 at the
Birmingham Community
House, 380 S. Bates, Bir-
mingham.
The Middle East will be a
major concentration of the
course. Registration is
being taken at the Bir-
mingham Community
House.

255-1599

Best Wishes For A
Happy New Year

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correctly filled

• foot traits
• hush puppies

Charles H. Tobias was
elected chairman of the
Michigan Regional Advi-
sory Board of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith at its annual meeting
Sunday at the Sheraton
Southfield hotel.
* * *
Michael Horowitz and
Aug. 31 — To Mr. and Marilynn Mittleman were
Mrs. Jim Cotter (Claudia elected vice chairmen. Re-
Grushoff), 8972 Tackels, elected as vice chairmen
Pontiac, a son, Bradley Jus- were Peter Alter, Elaine
tin.
Block, Stuart Lockman and
* * *
Bertram Marx.
Aug. 27 — To Mr. and
Sandra Shepherd was
Mrs. Jeffrey Serman (Linda re-elected treasurer.
Warren), 3316 Buckingham
The meeting was high-
Tr., West Bloomfield, a son, lighted by a talk by U.S.
Jonathan Benjamin.
Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.)
* * *
who spoke on his recent
Aug. 24 — To Mr. and mission to the Soviet
Mrs. Nick Arnold (former Union related to the
Detroiter Andrea Lynn SALT talks. While there,
Bergman) of Los Angeles, a Levin had occasion to
son, Joshua Franklin.
speak with Soviet Jewish
refusniks.
Levin said the refusniks
bulletin, edited by Miriam depend on the U.S. "for two
Rose and Lorraine Gale, reasons, to help them get
raises funds to support 500 out someday and they rely
day care centers serving on a continuing glare of
20,000 Israeli children publicity in order to survive
in Russia."
daily.
Miller
Ruth
is
Referring to two Pen-
president of the Greater tecostal families who for the
Detroit Council. Elsie last 13 months have sought
Harold and Margaret asylum in the American
Huppert, co-vice Embassy in the Soviet
presidents of funds, an- Union, Levin said "their
nounce that there is a story is as important to the
charge in addition to a Pentecostals of America as
donor contribution. the refusniks are td- the
Luncheon fee is payable Jews.
in advance.
"Commonality is the
Bus transportation will cause . . . Armenians, Esto-
be offered by reservation nians, Lithuanians, Ukrai-
and at a nominal charge.
nians, poets, writers, pat-
For reservations and in- riots, efforts should be made
formation, call the Pioneer on their behalf too.
Women office, 851-0750.
"It's important we give
support" to non-Jewish
LZA Will Honor
groups, Levin said. "We
Its Shaliakh
need the support of other
The Labor Zionist Al- groups if we're to succeed"
liance and its cultural in getting the Soviet Jews
committee will have an out of Russia who wish to
oneg Shabat to bid farewell leave.
to shaliakh Gadi Gur and
Another highlight of
his family 8 p.m. Sept. 28 at the meeting was a pre-
the Labor Zionist Institute. sentation by Jim Gibson,
The Habonim group will a Unitarian, self-styled
perform. The evening also humanitarian and an in-
will include English and structor at the Rackham
Yiddish readings, group Memorial. He played
singing and refreshments.
tapes of the voices of Ida
For reservations, call the Milgrom and Leonid
LZA, 851-1606.
Shcharansky, mother
and brother of Soviet
A wicked messenger fal- Jewish refusnik Anatoly
leth into evil.
Shcharansky, who has
been interned by the
Soviets on a trumped-up
charge of spying for the
CIA.

daughter, Stacy Michelle.
* * *
Sept. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Brennan (Donna Sil-
verman), 26424 Wyoming,
Huntington Woods, a
daughter, Lissa Erin.

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