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July 14, 1989 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-14

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TIDBITS

USY TOUR

Shaarey Zedek United
Synagogue Youth hosted 45
teenagers from across the
country when USY on
Wheels Bus C rolled into
town. The visitors toured
the Holocaust Memorial
Center in West Bloomfield,
had a barbecue at Shaarey
Zedek, and then went out
on the town for a night of
miniature golf. The event
was planned by SZUSY
adviser Peter May and
chapter president
Elizabeth Abramson.
Other Detroiters attending
included Loren Sherman
and Stuart Shiland. Bus C
participants included
Marjorie White of Detroit,
Monica Friedman of
Chicago, Evan Kroll of
Roslyn, N.Y., and Sophye
Hochberg of Manhattan.
Bus leaders were Mark
Berson, Cheryl Margulis,
Dori Margolin and Steven
Susswein.

PHOTO CONTEST

Just when photographer
Leo Knight needed a
camera, he didn't have one.
At a recent dinner marking
the conclusion of his 32nd
annual baby photo contest,
Knight's staff presented
him with a collage of
photos of the 248 babies
and children photographed
for the event. Upon
receiving the gift, Knight
asked if anyone had a
camera, but came up
empty. Wife Sue Knight
was a pleasant hostess at
the dinner, which included
among its guests photo
contest judges Myron and
Jackie Milgrom, Free
Press photographer Tony
Spina and Heidi Press,
news editor for The Jewish
News.

EYES AT SEA

It was a beautiful day to
cruise the Detroit River,
and that's exactly what 100
Detroit area
ophthamologists did. The
event was sponsored by
Drs. Harold and Myra
Weiss, Dr. and Mrs.
Howard C. Joondeph and
Dr. and Mrs. Mark H.
Haimann of the Retina

Consultants of Michigan.
The scene of this three-hour
champagne brunch was the
touring ship, The Infinity,
docked at Jefferson Marina.
Other guests included Dr.
and Mrs. Marvin
Shulman, Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Castleman and
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
Millman.



I NEWS I

Riga Delegates
Report Gains

New York (JTA) — Soviet
and American delegates to a
recent historic Jewish
cultural conference in Riga
report concrete gains that in-
clude establishment of a com-
mittee to coordinate a Jewish
federation in the Soviet
Union.
Some 200 representatives
from 40 Jewish organizations
throughout the Soviet Union
gathered in the Latvian
capital in a meeting of Jewish
religious and cultural
activists.
The Soviet Jews were join-
ed by prominent Jews from
other countries, including the
United States, Canada and
France.
Soviet Jewry's leading
cultural activist, Michael
Chlenov, was elected presi-
dent of the newly formed coor-
dinating committee, a first
step to forming a federation of
Jewish organizations in the
Soviet Union.
The delegates, both Soviet
and foreign, were warmly
received by the secretary of
the central committee of the
Lithuanian Communist Par-
ty.
The strongly independence-
minded Lithuanians at that
time had spoken of their
desire to revive Jewish life as
it was in the past.
As a goodwill gesture,
Lithuanian authorities pro-
mised they would erect pla-
ques at the site of mass
slaughters of Jews during
World War II. The plaques
would specifically say that
the victims were Jewish.
Foreign Minister
Vladislovas Mikuciauskas,
former mayor of Vilnius, ac-
cepted in principle the twin-
ning of his city with
Jerusalem. Vilnius was
known as "the Jerusalem of
Lithuania."

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