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March 29, 1985 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-29

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Friday, March 29, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Certified

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"Where kids can
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HOURS:
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Fri. & Sat. 0-midnight
Sun. 12-10 p.m.

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In touch!"

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542-4444
Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628
Reb. Hersh! Roth
557-0888
Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

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AI

• quality work
• video taping available

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ACT-SAT Testing

Thinking about taking the ACT or SAT test? Indi-
vidualized instruction is now available so you can
improve your score.
Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

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Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance.

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CHARLOTTE'S Knit Shops

March 18 — Allen and Linda
(Helfman) Warner of Southfield
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Valerie Elyse, sis-
ter to Amanda Carrie. The proud
grandparents are Jerry and Isad-
ora Helfman. Valerie is named in
loving memory of her paternal
great-grandmother Esther Iskow
and dear family friend Evelyn
Bruss.
March 13 — Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Jay Kaufman (Sue Ellen Singer)
of Bloomfield Hills joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Daniel Joshua, brother to Jodie
Michelle and Emily Ruth. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Singer of West Bloom-
field and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kaufman of Southfield. Proud
great-grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Max Efros of Southfield,
Mrs. Minnie Singer of Southfield
and Mrs. Sarah Winokur of Oak
Park. Daniel Joshua is named in
loving memory of his paternal
great-grandfather Mr. Morris
Kaufman and his maternal
great-uncle Mr. Jack Winokur.
March 6 — Dr. Mark Spiro,
former Detroiter, and Barbara
Spiro (Barbara Brandel of Toledo,

Ohio) of Redlands, Calif., are
happy to announce the birth of
their daughter, Rebecca Claire.
Proud grandparents are Harry
and Ann Spiro of Southfield and
Richardand Esther Brandel of To-
ledo.
March 4 — George and Sherri
(Moses) Glassman of West Bloom-
field proudly announce the birth
of their son, Michael Scott,
brother to Rachel Lauren. Proud
grandparents are Robert and
Gloria Moses of West Bloomfield
and Jerome and Debbie Glassman
of Southfield. Michael was named
after his paternal great-grand-
fathers Mr. Saul Charnes and Mr.
George Glassman.
Feb. 27 — Dr. and Mrs. Bernard
Gonik (Cookie Rosenfeld), former
Detroiters of Houston, Texas,
proudly announce the birth of a
son, Daniel Mordechai, brother to
Ilana and Nathan. Proud grand-
parents are Martin and Deanna
Rosenfeld of Huntington Woods,
and Yetta and Sam Gonik of
Houston.
Jan. 16 — Former Detroiters
Drs. Judith and Clifford Kashtan
of Minneapolis, Minn., joyfully
announce the birth of their

15-Month Jail Term
For Canadian Publisher

Toronto (JTA) — Ernst Zundel,
a resident alien in Canada since
1958, was sentenced to 15 months
imprisonment and three years
probation by a federal judge Mon-
day for spreading the lie that the
Holocaust did not occur.
Zundel, 46, a citizen of West
Germany, was convinced under a
section of the Canadian criminal
code forbidding the dissemination
of false information, in his booklet
"Did Six Million Really Die?"
While the maximum penalty is
two years in prison, any sentence
over six months makes him liable
to deportation proceedings.
During the three-year proba-
tion period, Zundel is enjoined
from writing, communicating or
speaking directly or indirectly on
the subject of the Holocaust. The
defense is expected to appeal.
In pronouncing sentence, Judge
Hugh Locke delivered a scathing

denunciation of the convict, dec-
laring, "You are not a publisher.
You are a neo-Nazi." He said Zun-
del's activities were a crude, un-
acceptable intrusion into the lives
of Canadians. He described Zun-
del's booklet as a "false and racist
diatribe."

Noting that Zundel showed no
signs of contrition, the judge
stressed that the sentence reflects
not only the feelings of the Jewish
community but the entire Cana-
dian population. He accepted,
however, what he referred to as
the grudging apology of Zundel's
defense attorney, Douglas Chris-
tie, for his behavior during the
trial.

Christie's primary tactic; for
which the judge threatened to cite
him for contempt, seemed to be an
attempt to place the Holocaust,
not the defendant, on trial.

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KNIT SHOPS

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Livonia • Rochester

Visiting Israeli students Orly Erez, left, and Moshe Sermoneta talk to
students at Southfield High School. The students are in Detroit under
the auspices of the Jewish Community Council.

daughter, Paula Miriam, sister to
Aaron Jacob. Proud grandparents
are Mrs. Harry Kashtan of West
Bloomfield and Dr. and Mrs.
Lionel Finkelstein of Birming-
ham. Paula Miriam is named in
loving memory of her maternal
great-grandmother Pauline Fin-
kelstein and her paternal great-
grandmother Miriam Rabinowitz.

Hillel Directors
Author Guide

Rabbi Finkelman

Rabbi Louis Finkelman, direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State Uni-
versity, is the co-author of a new
guide for people who work with
Jewish students and faculty
members at commuter colleges
and universities:
The Commuter Campus: A
Guide for Hillel Professionals was
written by the WSU Hillel direc-
tor and Nancy Horwitz, director of
several Hillel foundations at
commuter schools in Florida. The
guide was published by B'nai
B'rith International in Washing-
ton.

APAI To Honor
Israeli At Meeting

The Michigan Chapter, Asso-
ciation of Parents of American Is-
raelis, will honor Doron Bacher,
winner of the State of Israel
Humanitarian of the Year Award
"for his work on behalf of the
Ethiopian Jews" at 8 p.m. Monday
at the Jewish Community Center,
Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch.
Doron is a documentary photo-
grapher for Beth Hatefutsoth, the
Nahum Goldmann Museum of the
Diaspora. He will give an illus-
trated lecture about his experi-
ences with the Ethiopian Jews.
Bacher's mother-in-law, Gloria
Schaefer, of Farmington Hills, is a
member of APAI and Bacher's
wife, Lori (Schaefer) Bacher grew
up in Southfield. At the meeting,
APAI members also will honor
Mrs. Bacher. She is the director of
the American High School in Kfar
HaYarok, Israel.
For information, call Harmon
Bayer, 626-5029; or Esther Tal,
661-1000 ext. 265. The public is
invited. Refreshments will be
served.

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