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February 20, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, February 20, 1981

Sn orts for Israel Committee Enlisting
Michigan Participants for July Games

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Reservations: 851-8952, 356-8525

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Seymour Schwartz

Maxine Kronick of Flint,
member of the national
board of Sports for Israel
and its national member-
ship chairman, informed
the Detroit committee, at a
meeting at the Jewish
Community Center, Feb.
12, that state participants
in the quadrennial Mac-

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cabia Games to be held in
Israel in July are now in
tryouts for the events. The
Michigan candidates are
competing in swimming,
soccer and squash.
David Linden, a 1977 par-
ticipant in the squash
competitions, is among the
1981 contestants.
Applicants are invited to
contact Mrs. Kronick in
Flint, or Anne Barnett or
Betsy Snyder.
Miss Snyder is manag-
ing the enrollments as
well as supporters of the
events locally in behalf of
the committee headed by
Ira Jaffe. She can be con-
tacted at 961-8380.
Acclaimed as the
"Jewish Olympics," ar-
rangements are being
made for large delega-
tions of Americans in-
terested in the games to
make special tours to Is-
rael to witness the events.
In this area, the ar-
rangements are being
made by Elkin Travel in
cooperation with the
Jewish Center.
Films portraying the
previous Maccabia events
were shown at the meeting
at the Center addressed by
Mrs. Kronick.
The International Mac-
cabia Games Committee
has announced that 34
countries, with up to 3,500
athletes, will fly their re-
spective flags in the games.
Guam, Puerto Rico,
nd and Singa-
New Zeala
pore are the newcomers
to the Jewish competi-

WSU Hillel Sets
an Oneg Shabat

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University will have an
oneg Shabat 7:30 p.m. Feb.
27 in the Hillel House.
David Weingarten, a
WSU medical student, will
speak on "Warning About
Missionaries." A nominal
fee will be charged, payable
before Shabat.
For information, call Sam
Kelman, 541-8440; or Jane
Kaner, 352-0673.

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tion, held quadrennially
the year after the interna-
tional Olympic Games.

The United States will
send a 400-member team,
the largest foreign delega-
tion. Brazil and South Af-
rica each figure to enter 250
competitors. The Virgin Is-
lands, Singapore and Guam
each will send one athlete.
Approximately 600 athletes
will comprise the Israeli
contingent.
Egypt, which will not
send a unit will, neverthe-
less, fly its flag since a bas-
ketball referee from Egypt

will officiate. The last Egyp-
tian team in the Maccabia
Games was in 1935.
A record-breaking 13 na-
tions from South America
will march in the opening
ceremony which will take
place in the Ramat Gan
stadium before an expected
60,000 onlookers. Finland,
with a total Jewish popula-
tion of 800, has qualified 28
athletes for the games.
Competitors will undergo
medical drug tests, similar
to those in force in the
Olympic Games. The new
tests were not used in prev-
ious Maccabia Games.

Orthodox Scientists to Hold
Mid-Winter Lecture March 1

The Michigan Associa-
tion of Orthodox Jewish
Scientists will hold its
mid-winter lecture 8 p.m.
March 1 at Cong. Beth
Jacob-Mogain Abraham,
15751 W. Lincoln, South-
field.

'Periodical Guide
Issued by DZF-

Dr. Fred Rosner, profes-
sor of medicine at the New
York University Medical
School, will be the guest
speaker. His topic is "Cur-
rent Topics of Medical
Ethics and Halakha."
Dr. Rosner was
graduated from Yeshiva
College and the Albert
Einstein Medical School.
He is the author of medi-
cal books and contrib-
uted articles to medical
journals.
Buffet dinner will be
served at a charge. There is
a charge for the lecture.
For reservations, call
Herman Gardner, 968-
2675; or Debbie Kaplan,
968-0749.

Stollman-Wein
Troth Is Told

MISS STOLLMAN

Mrs. Ethel Stollman of
Southfield announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Adrienne Renee, to
Jack Isaac Wein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Wein of Bir-
mingham. Miss Stollman is
also the daughter of Irving
Stollman of Southfield.
Mr. Wein was graduated
from Ferris State College
with a bachelor's degree in
accounting and attends
Walsh College.
, Miss Stollman and her
fiance plan an August wed-
ding.

Marriages

Debra Novitz and Jef-
frey Mendelson were mar-
ried recently. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Novitz of South- _
field. Parents of the brideg-
room are Mrs. Teresa Wir-
beleit and Mr. Philip Men-
delson. The couple are resid-
ing in Richmond, Calif.

The Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration has just published a
complete guide to Israel in-
formation materials avail-
able for area groups and in-
dividuals. These materials
are available for general
distribution and - include
program guides for youth
leaders for Jewish holidays.
FRANK PAUL
Most materials are avail-
Life is a dream for the
and His ORCHESTRA
able at no charge.
Topic areas include: Aliya wise, a game for the fool, a
DUO's — TRIO's
and study in Israel, Ameri- comedy for the rich, a
SOLOISTS
can Israel Public Affairs tragedy for the poor.
557-7986
—Sholem Aleichem
. Committee, Israel,
Jerusalem, Jewish Na-
tional Fund, kibutz, peace,
refugees: Arab and Jew,
terrorism and slavery,
PODIATRIST FOOT SURGEON
Zionism, local resources, a
Zionist bibliography, cam-
pus programs, films, holi-
Takes pleasure in announcing the opening of his
days, Holocaust, songs and
new office for the treatment of Medical and Surgi-
others.
cal disorders of the foot.
For a copy of the DZF pub-
lications guide, send a self
addressed stamped
Located at the
envelope to the Detroit
Zionist Federation, 2656 W.
11 Mile, Berkley 48072.
17333 W. 10 Mile Rd.
* * *
Southfield, Mich. 48075
DZF-Midrasha
3 Blks. E. of Southfield Road

,

DR. LEONARD H. GOLDSMITH

Rutland Medical Center

Zionist Study
Program Opens

The Detroit Zionist Fed-
eration and the Midrasha-
College of Jewish Studies
will co-sponsor a Zionist In-
stitute for Detroit, under
the auspices of Dor
Hemschech — World
Zionist Organization young
leadership.
The institute will consist
of eight Monday evening
meetings aimed at educat-
ing young leadership. Bette
Roth, a doctoral candidate
at the University of Michi-
gan, will teach the "History
of Zionism" course at the
MidraSha, 21550 W. 12
Mile, which will meet at
7:30 p.m. beginning March
• 9.
Course fees include books
and materials. For informa-
tion, call the Midrasha,
352-7117.

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