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December 18, 1981 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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Friday, December 18, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Births

Dec. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jerrold Bigelman
(Lynn Geronemus) of Far-
mington Hills, a daughter,
Jessica Leigh.
* * *
Dec. 10 — To Mr. and
William Elson
Mrs.
(Rochelle Goldstein) of
Farmington Hills, a daugh-
ter, Stefanie Erin.
** *
Dec. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Sadoff (Beth
Meizler) of Southfield, a
son, Scott Jason.
* * *
Dec. 8 — To former De-
troiter Eugene V. Adler and
Mrs. Adler (Patricia Ann
Vangeloff) of Glendale,
Ariz., a daughter, Kimberly
Jean.

of West Bloomfield, a son,
Jordan Samuel.
** *
Nov. 30 — To Mark Katz
and Julie Liss-Katz (former
Detroiter Julie Liss) of Day-
ton, Ohio, a daughter,
Rachel Faye.
* * *
Nov. 29 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert S. Rollinger
(Susan Feldman) of Hun-
tington Woods, a daughter,
Samantha Beth.
* * *
To Mr. and
Nov. 25
Mrs. Barry Fishel (Ida
Shlomper) of Oak Park, a
son, Scott Aaron.
**
Nov. 25 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Stephen C. Vosko
(Nancy Streit) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Andrew
Martin.

Dec. 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Craig (Judi Harris)

Nov. 24 — To Mr. and

* * *

Mrs. John McCarthy (Gail
Grushoff) of Waterford, a
son, Michael John.
* * *
Nov. 17 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Theodore Brand
and Mrs. Brand of Chicago,
Ill., a son, Jacob Michael.
* * *
Nov. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel J. Brown (Sha-
ron Burg) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Miriam Rebecca.

* * *

To Dr. and Mrs. Martin-
Jourden (former Detroite
Renee Asher) of Honolulu,
Hawaii, a daughter, Nicole
Denise.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Katz (Margo Spilkin) of
Southfield, a daughter,
Sandra Elizabeth.

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WSU Taking Steps to Close
Arab-Jewish Student Rift

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for a joyous holiday
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Wayne State ,University
officials have been working
to defuse tension that has
been building this semester
between Arab and Jewish
students on campus.
The situation was made
public in a letter to the cam-
pus newspaper, the South
End, which accused Arab
students of making threats
against Jews.
Rabbi Louis Finkelman,
director of the WSU'Hillel
Foundation, told The
Jewish News that the focus
of the dispute is anti-Israel
and anti-Jewish displays
being placed in cases at the
WSU Student Center Build-
ing by three Arab student
organizations.
The JeWish students
have countered with
their own displays on
Zionism and Israel.
Rabbi Finkelman said the
WSU Student - Faculty
Council has approved a re-
solution condemning ethnic
hatred, and narrowly de-
feated two efforts to change
the resolution.
Dr. Bill Marcus, WSU
vice president for student
affairs, said the university
is taking several steps to
cool the tension.
Last week, university
administrators met with
several leaders of the Arab
students, and believe the
Arab groups will voluntar-

Hanuka Party
for Jabotinsky
Society Planned

Reservations are still
being taken for the
Jabotinsky Society's annual
Hanuka party slated 7 p.m.
Sunday at the Jimmy Pre-
ntis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
Entertainment will be
provided by the Musicaleers
and a light dairy supper will
be served. A Hanuka
candlelighting ceremony
will highlight the evening.
For reservations, call
Evelyn. Klein, 353-0096;
Simon Cieck, 548-3073; or
Sam Horning, 557-1847.

ily "de-escalate their ac-
tivities." He said the dis-
plays have contained "ex-
cessive graphics" that have
been repeated several
times.
Dr. Marcus said to his
knowledge there has
been no violence when
the two groups have ar-
gued in front of the dis-
plays, but there have
been "near-fisticuffs"
several times.
Dr. Marcus said the uni-
versity is also going to
examine its policies on use
of the showcases. "We don't
want to limit free speech,
but we want to have some
kind of quality control," he
said. "We don't want one
element throwing bricks at
another element."
Rabbi Finkelman said a
number of steps have been
taken to cool the tension
and that the Anti - Defama-
tion League of Bnai Brith
has been consulted on the
problem.

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