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February 06, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-06

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46 Friday, February 6, 1981

Neo-Conservatism Topic
of AJCommittee Meeting

FOR THE FINEST

0 T °GR A P H Y

nH WEDDINGS
P

BAR MITZVAS

II

BERNIE

WINER

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

and ASSOCIATES

Martin Plax, the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee's
Ohio-Kentucky area direc-
tor, will speak on the new
neo-conservative move-
ment 8 p.m. Monday at the
Jewish Community Cen-
ter's Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch.
Plax teaches political sci-
ence at Case-Western Re-

An organizing meeting to
form a Michigan committee
for the Maccabia Games
will be held 7 p.m. Thursday
in the health club lounge of
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center building.
The Maccabia Games, a
Jewish Olympics set in Is-.
rael, will take place June
6-16. This is the 11th Mac-
cabia.
More than 400 American
Jewish athletes will join

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their peers from 30 nations
in the sporting events.
Maxine Kronick of
Flint, national secretary
of Sports for Israel, will
show a film about the
1976 Maccabia and de-
scribe activities under
way in the U.S.

Ira Jaffe is chairman of
Maccabia activities in
Michigan.
Residents of Michigan

Detroiter at West Point Is
1st to Mark Bar Mitzva There

who have participated in
the games include Yuri
Rabinovitch, former Rus-
sian Olympic sabre cham-
pion, who represented Is-
rael in 1972; and David
Linden of Detroit, national
squash chanipion, who re-
presented the U.S. in 1972.

Mark Spitz, who took
seven gold medals in the
1972 Olympics, and his sis-
ter competed in Israel in
1968.
Assisting the commit-
tee are: Teri Bornstein,
who will act as liaison ft- -
synagogue youth grout
Dulcie Rosenfeld, aa-
viser; and Rick Kaczan-
der, co-chairman, repre-
senting the Jewish Cen-
ter.
Persons who wish to vol-
unteer for the Maccabia
committee should call Ann
Barnett, 354-3091, after 5
p.m.

Lyle Jay Kellman will be interdenominational serv-
the first cadet at the United ice held for the returning
States Military Academy at U.S. hostages.
He was graduated from
West Point to celebrate his
Bar Mitzva while an active Stevenson High School in
cadet at the academy, when Livonia, where he was
he observes his Bar Mitzva senior class president
and earned varsity status
Feb. 20.
The son of Dr. Fred J. in cross country and
Kellman of Livonia and track.
He is in his third year at
Mrs. Roslyn Kellman of De-
troit, the younger Kellman the academy, where he is
did not have a Bar Mitzva at studying aerospace
the traditional age, but engineering.
His father, brother
elected to have it now, ac-
Joshua and sister Heather
cording to his father.
The director of the Jewish will join him at his Bar
Chapel Choir at the Mitzva.
academy, Kellman and the
choir members joined the
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