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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

66 Friday, January 20, 1984

Jewish Chaplains
Workshop Set

NEW YORK — A three-
day workshop for Jewish
chaplains stationed at
American military installa-
tions or veterans adminis-
tration hospitals through-
out the world will be held
Sunday-Tuesday in Gros-
singer, N.Y.
The workshop, sponsored
by JWB, will include lec-
tures by experts in such
fields as psychology and
Jewish history.

Engagements

Mrs. Rhea Weil of Boca
Raton, Fla., announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Amy Weil, former De-
troiter of Florida, to Joseph
Habie of Guatemala City,
Guatemala, the son of Sara
Habie of Bal Harbour, Fla.,
and the late Mr. Alberto
Habie. Miss Weil, daughter
of the late Mr. Irvin Weil,
attended Michigan State

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their daughter, Ellen
Marie Katzman, of Palo
Alto, Calif., to Robert
Bruce Corman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Corman of
Sunnyvale, Calif. Miss
Katzman was graduated
from Eastern Michigan
University with a degree in
occupational therapy. She is
a master's degree candidate
in rehabilitation adminis-
tration at the University of
San Francisco. Her fiance
earned a BA degree in eco-
nomics at Wesleyan Uni-
versity in Connecticut. A
May wedding is planned.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Rosenfield of Farmington
Hills announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Diane Paula Rosen-
field, of Cincinnati, Ohio, to
Mark Caskey, also of Cin-
cinnati, and the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent Caskey of
Shelby, Ohio. Miss Rosen-
field received a BSW degree
from the University of Cin-
cinnati. Her fiance holds a
* * *
BS degree in industrial
Mr. and Mrs Manuel management from the U-C.
Katzman of Oak Park an- An early September wed-
nounce the engagement of ding is planned.

and was
University
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Florida, where she is
pursuing studies toward a
master's degree in hospital
and business administra-
tion. Her fiance was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of North Carolina and
holds a master's degree
from the Wharton School of
Finance in Pennsylvania. A
fall wedding is planned.
* * *
Myn Newman of South-
field and Herbert Newman
of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Nancy
Newman of Huntsville,
Ala., to Ken McIntyre, also
of Huntsville, and the son of
Mr. and Mrs. H.J. McIntyre
of Wyoming, Mich. Miss
Newman holds a Bachelor
of Science degree in sociol-
ogy from Michigan State
University. Her fiance
holds a master's degree in
engineering from MSU. A
September wedding is
planned.

Holocaust Center Seeks Data
on Destroyed Europe Towns

Gathering information
about the more than 4,500
European Jewish corn-
munities destroyed or deci-
mated during the Holocaust
will be the special focus of
research by Detroit's
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter.
Memorial Center Direc-
tor Rabbi Charles
Rosenzveig has announced
that in preparation for its
formal opening later this
year, the HMC is now
actively engaged in acquir-
ing data on these 4,500
communities. Rabbi
Rosenzveig stated, "Some
information exists on about
500 of the larger and better
known places where Jews
lived, but unfortunately
even this data is incom-
plete."

Elsewhere in today's
issue of The Jewish News,
the Holocaust Memorial
Center has placed an ad list-
ing about 700 European
Jewish communities.
"While these represent only
a small portion of the towns
destroyed or decimated,"
Rabbi Rosenzveig stated,
"we hope that anyone with
information about these
places or any other area in
Europe which had a sig-
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We are interested in hear-
ing from people whether or
not their community is
listed in the ad. The infor-
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The specific informa-
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about any European Jewish
community that was af-
fected by the Holocaust
should contact Rabbi
Rosenzveig, 661-0840.

Habonim Camp
Registration

Habonim Camp Tavor is
accepting early registration
for two four-week summer
sessions for boys and girls
age 9-16.
The camp near Three
Rivers, Mich. is sponsored
by Pioneer Women/
Naamat and the Labor
Zionist Alliance. Jewish
heritage is stressed.
For information and ap-
plications, call Marie Be-
rlin, 851-5091, or Shula
Fleischer, 478-2032.

The scholarship commis-
sion of the United Hebrew
Schools — Woman's Auxil-
iary is accepting applica-
tions from its elementary
and high school students as
well as from recent UHS
High School graduates and
Midrasha students for its
1984 scholarship award
program.
Elementary and high
school students may apply
for an award to be used at
Kfar Ivri, the Hebrew-
speaking unit at Camp
Maas, Ortonville, or at an-
other approved Hebrew-
speaking camp in the U.S.
or Canada.
High school students and
recent graduates of the high
school may apply for an
award to be used for sum-
mer study in Israel. Mid-
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graduates may also apply
for awards to be used for col-
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for professional training on
a college level leading to a
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tion at an accredited in-
stitution.
Application forms are
being mailed to UHS stu-
dents and recent graduates.
Application deadline is
March 1. For information,
call Selma Silverman at the
high school — Midrasha
office, 352-7117.

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