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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Arthur M. Horwitz

Publisher / Executive Editor

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Jackie Headapohl
Managing Editor

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Gail Zimmerman
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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Nominate An Activist
Who's Made A Difference
Do you know someone who has made a
real difference in our community? The
Jewish Community Relations Council
welcomes you to nominate him or her for
the 2013 Activist Award.
JCRC's Activist Award is given annually
to an individual who is passionate about
the Detroit Jewish community and works
to secure the Jewish future by champion-
ing Israel's cause, reaching out to diverse
neighbors or advocating on behalf of

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Jewish interests with governmental part-
ners.
Nominees do not need to have a past
or current affiliation with the JCRC
(JCRC past presidents, current officers
and congregational clergy are not eligible
to receive the award.)
To nominate a candidate for the Jewish
Relations Community Council 2013
Activist Award, visit the JCRC website at
detroitjcrc.org, or call Beverly K. Phillips
(248) 203-1527. Nominations must be
received by Monday, Oct. 15, 2012.

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Contributing Writers
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Don Cohen
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October 4 2012



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Thai Guy To Make
His Class Reunion
There's no doubt that Harvey Price will
win a prize for having traveled the farthest
to his high school reunion.
Price, 78, will make the trek from
Bangkok, Thailand, to join his classmates
at the 60th anniversary reunion of the
Detroit Central High School Class of
1952 at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6, at the
Birmingham Country Club.
After Central, Price graduated from
Wayne State University's law school and
moved to San Francisco. He joined the
nation's new Peace Corps in 1962 and
served three years in Thailand.
"I liked the country so much I just
stayed there, practicing law; it's been 50
years," he said. "I love the relaxed way of
life there."
Price married a Thai woman, Wanpen,
and they have four children, two of whom
now live in Florida. He returns to Detroit
for a visit once a year, usually around High
Holiday time, "even though we have three
shuls in Bangkok:' he said.
Runner-up for coming from the farthest
distance is alumnus Lloyd Newman, trav-
eling from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Chairman of the reunion's commit-
tee of 14 is Jerry Bookstein of Bloomfield
Hills. Other committee officers are Martha
Michlin Paul of West Bloomfield; Beth
Greene Ruskin of Bloomfield Hills and
Bob Lippman of Birmingham.
"About 125 June 1952 graduates will
attend," said Bookstein, "and we're all
looking forward to a great time."
For further information, call him at
(248) 645-7189.

— Bill Carroll, contributing writer

MSU Hate Crime
Allegation False
The alleged hate crime assault against
Michigan State University sophomore
Zachary Tennen, 19, of Franklin, who had
his jaw broken from a punch at an off-
campus party in East Lansing on Aug. 26
was closed Sept. 20 by the Ingham County
prosecutor.
MLive Media Group obtained the East
Lansing Police Department's investigative
report through a Freedom of Information
Act request. The report, including state-

Kim Metzger

ments from more than 50 witnesses who
attended the party, showed that religion
had nothing to do with Tennen's broken
jaw. Rather, several witnesses stated that
Tennen had harassed women at the party.
One specific woman was subjected to
many passes by Tennen and, according
to the report, she asked a friend from
Farmington Hills to intervene.
After several unheeded warnings
by this friend and others, Tennen
approached the woman again and became
more aggressive, according to the report.
She told her friend and he punched
Tennen once.
Tennen's family, through a letter from
their attorney, asked for the matter to be
closed.

Medicare Part D
Education Event
The Detroit Jewish News, the Area Agency
on Aging 1-B and Warren Prescriptions
are joining together to present a free
informative event on "Medicare Part D,"
the first in a series of Coffee Talks, 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 9, at Temple Shir Shalom
in West Bloomfield, and 10 a.m. Friday,
Oct. 12, at Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield.
Open enrollment for 2013 Medicare Part
D is Oct. 15-Dec. 7. Learn more about this
prescription drug benefit, such as what's
new with 2013 Medicare Part D plans,
including choices and costs, how to deter-
mine the best plan for you, what to do
when you reach the "donut hole how to
enroll and change plans, cost-saving ideas,
medication safety and more.
Mark Klar, owner of Warren
Prescriptions, is among the presenters.
To register for either date, call (800)
852-7795.

West Bloomfield Moves ICA
Zoning Hearing To Tonight
In deference to Sukkot, the West
Bloomfield Zoning Board of Appeals meet-
ing set for Oct. 2 was moved to Oct. 4.
Matters relating to requests by the
Islamic Cultural Association and its plans
to build a mosque at the northwest corner
of Middlebelt and 14 Mile roads will be
heard by the board at 5:30 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 4, at the West Bloomfield Town Hall.

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