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October 28, 1983 - Image 57

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 28, 1983 51

Pharmacy Association Plans
57th Benefit Dinner-Dance

Readers Forum

Phar- laboratory and scholarships
Aesculapian
maceutical Association and 'at Hebrew University, Is-
its Ladies Auxiliary will rael Emergency Fund,
hold their 57th annual char- prescription aid service to
ity dinner-dance 7:30 p.m. indigents and Michigan
Nov. 10 at Cong. Beth Cancer Foundation.
The Ed Burg Orchestra
Achim. Cocktails will be
will provide music for danc-
served at 6:30.
ing. For tickets and infor-
Proceeds from the annual mation, call Mrs. Joshua
affair benefit the organiza- Karbal, 255-1254; Mrs.
tion's philanthropies: Chil- Charles Tennen, 967-3661;
dren's Leukemia Founda- or Mrs. Morris Averbach,
tion of Michigan, pharmacy 557-6286.

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

I

Births

Oct. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Steven Korby (Terri Bar-
bas) of Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Jennifer Ann.
* * *
Oct. 18 — To Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Hollenkamp (Mar-
lene Bryna Laskey) of
Southfield, a daughter,
Brianna Paige.
* * *
Oct. 17 — To Mr ; and Mrs.
Robin Edelson (Lori Kanat)
of Birmingham, a son, Gab-
riel Joseph.
* * *
Oct. 17 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Slutsky (Sharon
Fridenberg) of Oak Park, a
r_. daughter, Diane Robyn.

Cantor Sidney

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Oct. 10 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Doctrow (former De-
troiter Carol Boocker) of
Baltimore, Md., a son, Brian
Marc.

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399-7194

Oct. 16 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Danzig (Lori Kahn)
of Southfield, a daughter,
Alissa Brooke.
* * *
Oct. 16 —To Dr. and Mrs.
Allan Kalmus (Shelley
Diane Cohen) of Southfield,
a daughter, Marisa Jamie.
* * *
Oct. 15 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lewkowicz (Rochelle
Trager) of Ferndale, a son,
Daniel Leon.
* *
Oct. 14 — To Ronald
Smart and Dr. Linda
Kaplan-Smart of Redford, a
son, Gregory Michael.
* * *
Oct. 12 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Bruce I. Kaczander (Karen
Brodley) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Aaron Scott.
* * *
Oct. 11— To Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Scharg (Beverly
Band) of West Bloomfield, a
son, Brett Robert.

547-7970

* * *

REB HERSHL

Oct. 4 — To Drs. Philip
and Fran (Klein) Parker of
Farmington Hills, a son,
Daniel Hy.
* * *
Oct. 1— To Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Ozeran (Francine
Smith) of Oak Park, a son,
Jonathan Hillel.

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Sept. 18 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Malkin
(Rachel Dann), former De-
troiters of Los Angeles,
Calif., a son, Abraham.
* * *
To Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Levitz (Karen Kossack) of
West Bloomfield, an
adopted son, Daniel Aaron.

(OUR DOUBLE JOY)

Congratulations & Welcome

To Two Cousins, Who
Share The Same Birthday.

ALISSA BROOKE DANZIG
SCOTT NATHAN ABRAMSON

We Love You Both
Your Grandparents

THE KAHNS AND THE GREENBERGS

English Abbey
and the Jews

Editor, The Jewish News:
The recent request put to
the Chief Rabbi of the
United Kingdom, Rabbi
Immanuel Jakobovitz, by
Prince Philip, husband of
Queen Elizabeth II, that the
Jews of England provide
funds for the restoration of
Westminister Abbey is
stunning in and of itself,
and seems altogether in
poor taste to one who is
familiar with the long his-
tory of Jewish suffering at
the hand of England's pr-
inces, regents and kings.
French Jews settled in
England with the Norman
conquest of William of
Orange, in 1066, but almost
from the moment of their
arrival they were subjected
to some of the worst reli-
gious persecutions in Euro-
pean history. -
The first recorded blood
libel took place in Norwich
in 1144. It was repeated in
several other cities in
England and was always
followed by mass executions
and heavy taxation upon
the survivors. The most
tragic episode occurred in
York, in 1190, when the
entire Jewish community
committed suicide to escape
massacre.

The discriminatory
legislation of the Fourth
Lateran Council (1215),

Akiva Talks
Continuing

demanding that Jews
wear the infamous "Jew
Badge" was enforced in
England earlier and
more stringently than in
any other part of Europe.

Jews were taxed by the
Crown, far in excess of their
numbers in England, until
they were reduced to abject
poverty. Finally, in 1290,
under the rule of King
Edward I, England became
the first Christian nation to
demand the expulsion of its
entire Jewish population.
England remained "Juden-
rein" until 1655, when a
small number of Jelks was
permitted to resettle on
British soil, during the pro-
tectorate of Oliver Crom-
well.
The recent history of
British treatment of Jews
and Zionism is well
documented and requires no
elaboration.
Never was an attempt
made by the British Crown
to compensate the Jews for
the tremendous loss of life
and property, not to speak of
the humiliation, that they
suffered through the Middle
Ages and into modern
times. And now this?

Prince Philip, without
too much scholarly re-
search, would be able to
discover that whenever
the Jews had these taxes
imposed upon them, it
was always for the re-
storation of one cathed-
ral or another.

Time doesn't heal all
wounds.

Rabbi Jack Goldman

Where did they go, those
days of joy?
Where are the places I loved
as a boy?
Where are the friends who
shared my young pains?
Whe're are the days, clouded
with rains?

School dayi at Tuxedo and
Linwood,
Roosevelt, Durfee and Cen-
tral so good!
At Dexter and Elmhurst
selling papers at 10,
"Get your News, Times and
Free Press," I shouted then!
The Jewish Chronicle we got
in the mail;
with Bar Mitzvas and wed-
dings in greater detail.

Buddy's and Darby's for hot
dogs and beans.
Boesky's, Lefkofsky's and
even the Brass Rail,
For a corned beef sandwich
and Vernor's Ginger Ale.

The hotels were ablaze with
glamour and color,
the Statler, Book Cadillac
and even the Tuller.
For Detroit the sports teams
constantly shine,
the Tigers, the Red Wings
and also the Lions.
We bowled at Palmer Park,
Log Cabin, State Fair.
Those were the days, when
we had not a care.

Crowley Milner, J.L. Hud-
son, the downtown stores,
Someone told me they pad-
locked their doors.
What happened, to Borin
Coal and Ice
or Haney's Drug Store - did
age pay the price?

Gaiety and Avenue, burles-
que with a zest
Cass Theater presented
stage at its best.
Are Vernor's and Borden's
Avalon, Dexter and the still part of the scene
Royal show
or Lafayette chili dog when I
Picadilly and Westown, was a teen?
'
where did they go?
Ah, good ol' Detroit as I look
Shaarey Zedek,Bnai Moshe, back and wonder,
Temple Beth El,
Where is the city of lightning
houses of worship, I re- and thunder?
member them well.
Where did they go, those
days of joy?
My mother belonged to her Where are the places I loved
as a boy?
beloved Zedaka,
Arnold Wisper
And was also a member of
the worthy Hadassah.
(Editor's note: Wisper,
Hannah Shloss was great
age 62, was well known_
for my dad and his crowd,
herein the 1920s-1940s.
as a Perfection Lodge Mason Detroiters will recall the
he is so proud.
family association in the
Old days are great when you Wetsman and Wisper
remember the scenes,
theatrical combine.)

Threads

Negotiators- for Akiva
Hebrew Day School and its
striking teachers were
scheduled to meet again last
night in an effort to resolve
the seven-week-old labor
dispute. Akiva students are
being taught by non-union
teachers during the strike.
Mark Cousens, an attor-
ney representing the
Michigan Federation of
Teachers, said the Akiva
teachers' negotiating team
"has encouraged the school
to meet more frequently and
to meet during the day.
They haven't refused, but
we continue to meet once a
week, at night."

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Cousens said the
negotiations "are _still
productive and we will
continue to meet while
the meetings are product-
ive."

50 %
OFF Wed., Nov. 2

Akiva held a parents
meeting Monday evening to
discuss the strike.

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