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October 17, 1980 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Stern to Address Hadassah-Midrasha Class

Dr. Guy Stern, vice
president and provost of
Wayne State University,
will present a lecture on
"Prosecution of War Crimes
Have No Time Limitation"
11 a.m. Thursday at the
main United Hebrew
Schools building. Dr. Stern
will be the third lecturer in
the five week Midrasha-
Hadassah Mini-mester
series. His lecture will be

preceded by classes at 10
a.m. and followed by a
kosher luncheon.
Dr. Stern has studied at
Hofstra College and
Columbia University,
where he received MA and
PhD degrees. He has held
professorships at the Uni-
versity of Maryland, Uni-
versity of Cincinnati,
Columbia University and at
Wayne State University.

MARTIN M. COWAN, D.D.S.

Dr. Stern is the author
and editor of language
texts, scholarly bookS, arti-
cles, reviews and several
translations. He has been a
Fulbright Research fellow
and a Bolingen Research
fellow. He has also been in-
volved in work study pro-
grams in Hamburg spon-
sored by the Office of Educa-
tion.
For information, call the
Midrasha office 352-7117;
or Hadassah, 357-2920.

Miss Fenkell
Plans to Marry

MISS FENKELL
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fen-
kell of West Bloomfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Sherri Ann,
to Walter Lewitz, son of Mr.
Esther Lewitz of Southfield.
Miss Fenkell earned a
BSN degree in nursing at
the University of Michigan.
Her fiance earned a BA de-
gree at Michigan State
University.
A late fall wedding is
planned.



851-7020

WARREN W. COWAN, D.D.S.

855-3655

ANNOUNCE THE RELOCATION OF THEIR OFFICE AT:

30335 WEST THIRTEEN MILE ROAD

FARMINGTON HILLS. MICHIGAN 48018

FOR - THE PRACTICE OF FAMILY DENTISTRY

DR. GUY STERN



LABOR ZIONIST ALLIANCE

June Wedding
for Miss Simons

Celebrating 75 Years of Commitment to Labor Israel

presents

Universities, State Bar Pay
Tribute to 1930 Graduates

The Emeritus Club of the
University of Michigan's
Alumni Association hon-
ored 50-year graduates of
the university's law school
last week. They included
Abraham Satovsky, Hyman
A. Kramer, Benton B. Wolfe
and Emanuel J. Harris.
The members of the class
were given "M" pins by the
Alumni Association and
also received trophies.
Satovsky is a past president
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield.
The Michigan Bar Asso-
ciation also honored a long
list of 50-year law
graduates last week. Those
being honored included
John M. Wise, now a Wayne
County Circuit Court judge;
Irwin A. Klar, past
president of Cong. Beth Ab-
raham; and David Miro, an-
other former president of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Also honored by the
bar were: David S. Ab-
rams, Herman S. Avrin,
Erwin S. Bunin, Samuel
Dubrinsky, David
Goldman, Samuel A.
Kayne, David M. Miro,
George C. Parzen, Irving
H. Small, Harry L.
Thurswell, Arthur Y.

Winer, Nathaniel W.
Gold, Harry J. Janower,
Myer Rubin, Maurice
Robbins and Ben C.
Shapero.

Where there is no corn-
passion, crime increases.
The 1981's Are Here! ww

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Wednesday, December 31, 1980 9:00 P.M.

MISS SIMONS

Honorary National Chairman
Coalition for Reagan

Speaking on:

The Coming U.S. Elections
The American Jewish Dilemma—Part Ill
Sunday, October 19th, 1980, 2:00 P.M.

Congregation B'nai Moshe

14390 W. Ten Mile Rd., Oak Park, Mich.
Admission Free
Public Invited
For information call Labor Zionist Alliance 967-3170

Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Simons of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement .' of
the daughter, Alane Beth,
to Jan David _Katzew,
son of Charles and Dr. Amy
Katzew, of Brockton, Mass.
Miss Simons attended the
University of Michigan and
is completing her studies for
the cantorate at Hebrew
Union College School of
Sacred Music in New York.
Her fiance, a graduate of
Wesleyan University in
Connecticut, is a rabbinical
student at Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati.
A June wedding is
planned. -

(Wasserman Hall)

Dancing to the Music of
SAM BARNETT

and his Orchestra, with featured Vocalist

Full Course Sit-Down Dinner

Reserved Tables Available
Continental Breakfast

Set-Ups Furnished (B.Y.O.B.)

Tickets $27.50 per person

Presented by

BETH ACHIM MEN'S CLUB

for tickets call Beth Achim office:

352-8670

Chairmen: Asher Moche, Aaron Greenspan
Morris Penner, Joseph Silverstein

A

David B. Holtzman

I. William Sherr



Co-Chairmen

David Silver
Golden Torah Recipient

Martin Agronsky
Guest Speaker

BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOLS
ANNUAL
DINNER
Sunday evening, November 23, 1980

at The Fairlane Manor

.

For reservations, please call 557-6750



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