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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 13, 1980

I

Births

June 8 — To former De-
troiter Marshall Jay Cohen
and Mrs. Cohen (Debby
Duchin of Liberty, N.Y.) of
Thousand Oaks, Calif., a
daughter, Jessica Rachel.
* * *
June 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Mark Hertzberg (Rosalyn
Rosenberg) of Southfield, a
son, Michael Alexander.
* * *
June 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Aaronson (Ruth
Trunsky) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Randy Michael.
* * *
June 4— To Dr. Mark
Sinkoff and Ruth Lerman of
Detroit, a son, Aryeh Chaim
Lerman-Sinkoff.
** *
June 2 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph Salama (Rita Perls-
tein) of Southfield, a son,
Evan Michael.

* * *

May 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Marc Shindler (Shel-
ley Nitzkin) of Farmington
Hills, a daughter, Jennie
Renee.
* * *
May 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Berg of Bir-

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mingham, a daughter, Jes-
sica Carrie.

* * *

May 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Lefkowitz
(Nancy Shulman) of South-
field, a daughter, Dana
Michelle.

* * *

May 29— To Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Swarin (Marlene
Arfa) of Farmington Hills, a
daughter, Traci Nicole.

* * *

May 25 — To Spec. 5
Barry Schlussel and Mrs.
Schlussel, former De-
troiters of Ft. Huachuca,
Ariz., a son, Paul Alan.

* * *

May 20 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Bruce Adelman (Susan
Fink) of Oak Park, a son,
Aaron Joel.

* *

May 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Nick Stearn (Diane Wolfe),
former Detroiters of Dallas,
Tex., a son, Ryan Nathan.
* * *
April 5 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Marshall
Nathan and Mrs. Nathan
(Ellen Brown) of Augusta,
Ga., a son, Daniel Robert.

Suit Is Filed
on Ballot Name

Cantor SAMUEL

547-8555

Cantor Sidney

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More than $500,000 were invested in Israel Bonds
by Cong. Bnai David and Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses at recent dinner events. Shown in the top
photograph, at the Bnai David event are, from left,
Jerome Soble, Julius Rotenberg, Laurence Traison,
Rabbi Morton Yolkut, Cantor Hyman Adler, honoree
Jack Kraizman, guest artist Emil Cohen, Mrs. Kraiz-
man and Max Sosin. In the bottom photograph, at the
Bnai David event are, seated, guest artist Mickey
Freeman and honorees Phoebe and Dr. Harris Mains-
ter. Standing are Cantor Israel Fuchs, Robert Naftaly,
Cantor Shabtai Ackerman, Sheldon Fishman, Rabbis
A. Irving Schnipper and Israel Halpern.

Southfield Student Receives
Top Honor at Wayne State

Oakland County Corn-
missioner Dennis M. Aaron
(D-Oak Park) has filed suit
in Oakland County Circuit
Court to have the name of
challenger Norman
Goldman removed from the
Aug. 5 primary ballot.
Goldman wants to use his
Hebrew middle name, It-
zhak, on the ballot with his
English name.
Aaron claims that
Goldman wants to use his
Hebrew middle name to
imply that he is a religious
man. Aaron has the same
Hebrew middle name.
A court hearing on the
suit is scheduled for next
Wednesday.

Edward Hurvitz of South-
field has been named a co-
winner of Wayne State
University's Howard A.
Donnelly Leadership and
Scholarship Award. Hur-
vitz will be honored at WSU
commencement exercises,
8:30 p.m. this Tuesday.
The award recognizes the
man and woman "who have
made the most outstanding
contributions in both stu-
dent activities and aca-
demic scholarship in their
undergraduate work at the
university."
Hurvitz, who is receiving
his BS degree in honors bi-
ology, was co-founder and
vice president of the Sigma
Alpha Mu Fraternity and a
member of the Bnai Brith
Engagements
Hillel Foundation. He also
Mr. and Mrs. Michael chaired the 1980 booksale
Corey of Southfield an- for the United Jewish Ap-
nounce the engagement of peal.
At WSU, Hurvitz has
their daughter, Debra
Corey, to Alexander Was- been inducted into the
serman, son of Mr. and David MacKenzie Honor
Mrs. Michael Wasserman of Society, an award given
Southfield. An August wed- to the top eight male
graduates. He has been
ding is planned.

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DEPARTMENT OF
elected
MICHIGAN
William Greenberg de-
partment commander and
Betty Spinner department
president of the auxiliary,
at the 39th convention of
the Department of Michi-
gan, Jewish War Veterans.
Other men's department
officers are: David Goods-
tein and Harry Berman,
vice commanders; Ely Katz,
quartermaster; Jack
Kraizman, judge advocate;
John Nemon, national
executive committee
member. Greenberg also
was elected Michigan
representative to the Na-
tional Shrine of the Jewish
War Veterans.
Officers of the auxiliary
are: Lina Burnstein and
Ilene Feldman, vice
presidents; Diana Joffe,
treasurer; Gerry Feldman,
patriotic instructress;
Dorothy Cohen, chaplain;
and Muriel Smith, conduc-
tress.

* * *

YETZ - COHEN POST
AND AUXILIARY will
meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Reports of

the Department of Michi-
gan's annual convention
will be read. Prospective
members are invited. Hos-
pital Chairman Diana Jof-
fee has arranged a party at
the Allen Park Veterans
Hospital for 7 p.m. Thurs-
day. There will be games,
prizes and refreshments.

I

My Mother
always taught
me to . . .

dress warmly, eat the right
foods, pick good
company, work hard, be
fair with my customers,
always give them extra
value for their money .. .
"I always follow her
advice. That's why I'm the
country's top Cadillac
salesman.
Thank you, Mothel!"

AL KLINE

C011 III' 01 Witte 111C (It:

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—4

ED HURVITZ

active in local theater
groups and was a
member of the Southfield
Civic Theater's board of
directors.
Hurvitz will enter the
WSU School of Medicine
this fall after spending the
summer touring Europe
and Israel.

Southfield Senior
Club Gathers

Samuel Greenberg was
elected president of the
Senior Men's Club of South-
field. Other officers are:
Lewis Diamond and Jack
Victor, vice presidents;
Frank Baylerian, treasurer;
and Judy Samson as secre-
tary. Trustees are: Phil Cu-
tler, Ben Goldberg, Phil
Herman, Reid Rayner,
Herman Schuman and
Louis Weiler.
The group is newly or-
ganized and is open to all
men who are 62 years of age
or older and residing in
Southfield. The next meet-
ing will be held 1 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the McDonnell
Towers.
Vince Desmond, director
of community relations for
the Detroit Tigers, will be
guest speaker. Refresh-
ments will be served. For in-
formation, contact Ms.
Samson, 354-9362.

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