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November 20, 1981 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, November 20, 1%1

Holocaust Center Dedication
to Hear World Gathering Leader

Ernest W. Michel, who
chaired the June 1981
World Gathering of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors in Is-
rael, will be the guest
speaker at ground-breaking
cerenronies for the
Holocaust Memorial Center
of Detroit.
The event takes place
1:30 p.m. Dec. 6 at the
Jewish Community Center.
Born in Germany, Michel

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young boy in 1939. He sur-
vived incarceration at sev-
eral concentration camps,
including Auschwitz,
Bena-Monowitz, Buchen-
wald and Berga.
Emigrating to the

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY

BETH

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and Sidney

United States in 1946,
Michel became a reporter
and columnist at the Port
Huron, 'Mich., Times
Herald, and lectured
widely on his experiences
in Europe.
He served as an interpre-
ter for the United States
military government and
covered the first Nurem-
berg War Crimes Trial as a
special correspondent for
the German News Agency.
Currently, Michel is
executive vice president
and campaign director of
the United Jewish Appeal of
Greater New York.
Construction of the
11,970 - square - foot
Holocaust Memorial Center
of Detroit will be adjacent to
the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield.
Designed by architect
Leonard G. Siegal of
Siegal/Tuomaala Associ-
ates, the HMC will contain
designations to
memorialize the many hun-
dreds of communities de-
stroyed in the Holocaust.
HMC Director Rabbi
Charles H. Rosenzveig
will oversee the acquisi-
tion and exhibition of ar-
chival and graphic data,
survivors' oral histories
and other materials re-
lated to the Holocaust
theme. Educational pro-
grams will be developed
for diverse groups within
the community.

For further information
or to make a contribution to
the Holocaust Memorial
Center, contact the United
Jewish Charities, 965-3939,
or Rabbi Rosenzveig, 559-
3649.

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GOLD JEWELRY

30- 50

Friday 10-9

Saturday 10-9

I SUNDAY 11 am-5 pm I

851-4460

Nov. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David Kuperman (Esther
Niselbaum) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Shoshana.
- • • •
Nov. 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Drazin (Barbara
Ann Mislewicz) of South-
field, a son, Douglas Lawr-
ence.
• • •
Nov. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey S. Gettleson (Elyse
Spoon), former Detroiters of
Canoga Park, Calif., a
daughter, Stacy Beth.
•• •
Nov. 3 — To . Dr. and Mrs.
Melvin Leonard Conn
(Rhoda Lee Farley), former
Detroiters of Plantation,
Fla., a son, Daniel Eric.
_
••
Nov. 2 — To Dr: and Mrs.
Morris Davidowitz (former
Detroiter" Lynne Goldman)
of San Francisco, Calif., a

The Student Group of
Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will hear
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra cellist Paul Wingert
2:30 p.m. Sunday in the
home of Lori Kaufman,
30000 Cheviot Hills Ct.,
Franklin.
Wingert and his wife, Ka-
ren, also a cellist and
teacher, will perform solos
and duets and conduct a dis-
cussion.
On Dec. 13 the group will
entertain the residents of
Prentis Manor, Jewish
Home for the Aged.

The group meets one
Sunday each month and
features a member per-
formance, guest speakers
and artists and trips to
public concerts.

Doelker, 476-6907.

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Rubens (Margo Wald) of Al-
buquerque, N.M., a son,
Ryan Scott.
• • •
Nov. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey F. Klein (Sha-
ron Dorn) of Farmington
Hills, a daughter, Amy
Francine.
•• •
NOv. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Don Pearson (Linda Be-
nson) of Lake Orion, a
daughter, Heather Melissa.

Membership is open to
students in grades nine-12.
New members are invited.
Members will be admit-
ted to Sunday's meeting free
of charge. For details, call
counselor Kim Rosner -

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Thursday 10-9

Nov 16 —To Dr. and Mrs.
Edward Gold (former De-
troiter Holly Lax) of New
York City,' a daughter,
Elizabeth Dana.
• • •
Nov. 12 — To former De-
troiters Dr. and Mrs. Larry

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tein of Detroit has been ap-
pointed by Gov. William
Milliken to the State Rec-
reation Advisory Commis-
sion for a four-year term.

son, Bradley Daniel.
• • •
Nov. 2 — To Dr. and Mrs.

Oct. 22— To Dr. and Mrs.
Saul -Weingarden (Chavie
Wrotslaysky), former De-
troiters of Santa Clara,
Calif., a son, Daniel
Nachmun.

James Kantor of West
Bloomfield, a son, Steven
Benjamin.
• 1. •

• • •
Nov. 1— To Mr. and Mrs. Oct. 21—To Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney L. Frank (Alice David Rosenthal (Fern
Freier) of West Bloomfield, Dorf) of West Bloomfield, a
a daughter,- Jocelyn son, Peter Todd.

Danielle.
Oct. 17— To Mr. and Mrs.
• •
Oct. 31 —To Mr. and Mrs. Zachary Powell (former De-
Dennis Glick (Peggy troiter Jill Zuckerman) of
Tamblyn) of Troy, a daugh- Los -Angeles, Calif., a
daughter, Emily Beth.
ter, Julie Susanne.
• • •
• • •
Sept. 30 — To Mr. and
Oct. 30 —To Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Resnick (Elaine Mrs. Barry Sikov (Elaine
Zuckman) of Southfield, a Adler), former Detroiters of
Los Angeles, Calif., a son,
'son, Bradley Ryan. _
Michael Ryan.
• • •
Oct. 29 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Barry S. Levine (Donna
RABBI DR. LEO
Steinberg) of Bloomfield
Hills, a son, Jordan Scott.
• • •
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Oct 28 — To Mr. and Mrs.
547-8555
Li 2-4444
Stephen - M. Stillman
(Rosalie Goldstein), former
Detroiter§ of Los Angeles,
Calif., a daughter, Rachel
Cantor Sidney
Pamela. -
• • •
Oct. 28 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Certified Mohel
Edward Adler (Vicki Pol-
358-1426 or 357-5544
lock) of West Bloomfield, a
son, David Zachary.
•• •
Cantor SAMUEL
Oct. 25 —To Mr. and Mrs.
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Jody M. Weiner (Barbara A.
Certified
Asner of Windsor) of South-
field, a son, Jordan Asher.
Sonniv Hanes It Hospasis
• • •
$47-79711
399-71M
Oct. 24 —To Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Farber (Susan Zuc-
kerman) of West Bloom-
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field, a daughter, Jennifer
Faye.
• • •
Certified Mohel
Oct. 23 To Mr. and Mrs.
557-0688
Michael 'Charles Karp
(former Detroiter Fran Far-
ley) of Coral Springs, Fla., a
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH
son, Matthew Alan.
Specialized
• • •
MOHEL
Oct. 22—To Mr. and Mrs.
In Horne or Hospital
Benson Barr (Susan New-
man) of West Bloomfield, a
557-9666
son, Michael Evan.

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