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November 27, 1981 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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52 Friday, iloYalaber;17,

Engagements .

Dr. and Mrs. David S.
McCarthy of New Zealand
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Nancy
Gail McCarthy, to Marc
Joel Leitson, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Sidney Leitson of West
Bloomfield. Miss McCarthy
attended Otago University
in Dunedin, New Zealand,
and is a senior at Palmer
College of Chiropractic in
Davenport, Iowa. Her fiance
earned an associate degree

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from Oakland Community
College and attends Palmer
College of Chiropractic. A
December wedding is
planned.

Judge and Mrs. Avern
Levin Cohn of Orchard
Lake announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Leslie Jane Cohn, to
Paul Sanford Magy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Magy of
Southfield. Miss Cohn
attended the University of
Michigan and Wayne State
University. Her fiance was
graduated from WSU and is
a senior at the WSU Law
School. A January wedding
is planned.


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Correspondent Will Speak at Bnai Moshe Bond Dinner

Foreign correspondent
Frank Gervasi will speak at
the Cong. Bnai Moshe trib-
ute dinner, 6 p.m. Dec. 6 on
behalf of Israel Bonds.e
The event *ill honor
Shalom Ralph; for more
than 33 years ritual director

Paulette Radin
to Marry in May

at Bnai Moshe. Ralph will
be the recipient of the Israel
Bond's Lion of Judah
Award..
As head • of the Rome -
Bureau of Hearst's Interna-
tional News Service in the
mid-1930s, Gervasi covered
the European scene on the
eve of World War II.

Post, "Dateline, Your
World."
Books he has written in-
clude "To Whom Palestine?
the Case for Israel," "Thun-
der Chier the Mediterra-
nean," an account •of the
Yom Kippur War of 1973,
and the current "Life and
Times of Menahem Begin:
Unable to persuade his , Rebel to Statesman."
employers that war was - For dinner reservations,
imminent and that grave call Israel Bonds, 557-2900.
dangers faced the Jews
— a subject he was in-
structed to ignore — Ger-
vasi resigned.
He returned to New York
JERUSALEM (JNI) —
in the summer of 1939 and
Some 100 Israeli professors
joined the staff of Collier's
began tutoring Bir Zeit
weekly. In that capacity he
University's 2,000 students
served as a war correspon-
last week on material they
dent, based in Cairo, and
missed due to the univer-
had frequent occasion to
sity's closure two weeks ago
visit Palestine where he be-
by the West Bank Military
came engrossed in the
Government, following sev-
Jewish people's struggle for
eral days of demonstrations
nationhood.
on and around the campus.
The school will be closed
After the war, he directed
until Jan. 4.
informational activities for
the Marshall Plan in Italy.
A man should not eat be-
Following this period of
fore he feeds his animals.
government service, he
—Talmud
wrote a widely-syndicated
column for the New York

Bir Zeit Students
Get Tutoring •

MISS RADIN

Mr. and Mrs. Jules Radin
of Oak Park announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Paulette, to John B
Baum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Baum of Grand
Rapids.
was
Radin
Miss
graduated from Michigan
State University, where she
earned a BS degree in early
childhood education. Her
fiance earned a BA degree
in accounting at MSU and a
JD degree from the Thomas
Cooley Law School, from
which he was graduated
cum laude.
A May wedding is
planned.

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Hanuka party and paid-up
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President Dorothy
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Hanuka Craft ,
Workshops Set

The United Hebrew
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workshops for all aleph, bet
and gimel students and
their families 10 a.m. Sun-
day at the Cong. Beth
Achim and Adat Shalom
Synagogue branches.
Sarah Bricker and Har-
riet Gaba Drissman will
conduct the workshops.
Pre-registration is re-
quired, and there is a charge
per family.
Daled and hey students
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Sunday at West Bloomfield
Lanes. Free bus transporta-
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Cong. Beth Achim and
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Pre-registration is re-
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session of its parent-toddler
program.
The program meets 9:30
a.m. Tuesdays and Thurs-
days and will begin Dec. 10.
There is a fee.
For information call the
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the UHS office, 354-1050.

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