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August 20, 1976 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ONE MAN

Activities in Society 1

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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Sparr of Oak Park were
honored this week by their
children at a party to
celebrate their 40th wed-
ding anniversary. Their
children are Joanne and

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Morton Goldberg and
Richard Sparr. Also atten-
ding the party were Mrs.
Sparr's sisters from Miami
Beach, Fla., and Ports-
mouth, Ohio, and two
granddaughters. The Sparrs
repeated their marriage
vows at a ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi M. Robert
Syme.
* * *
Out-of-town guests atten-
ding the marriage of San-
dra Barak and Norman
Cohen were Mr. and Mrs.
William Rosen and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Marty
Rosen, all of Columbus,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Lou
Mosten of Los Angeles, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Kamin
of Cincinnati, Dr. Allen Zeff
and daughter of Tulsa,
Okla.; and Mrs. Will (Ilona)
Klein of Pasadena, Calif.,
sister of the bridegroom.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Uzansky of Lincoln Terrace
Dr., Oa.k Park, will be
honored by their children at
a dinner party on the occa-
sion of their golden wedding
anniversary. Their children
are Dr. and Mrs. Gerald
(Fran) Uzansky and Mr. and
Mrs. Morton (Doreen)
Uzansky. The couple have
three grandchildren. The
senior Uzanskys will go to
Israel to visit Mr. Uzansky's
sister.
* * *
Abe and Jennie
Moss, former Detroiters
of 2644 Alisdale, Toledo,
Ohio, 43606, will celebrate
their 60th wedding anniver-
sary Aug. 29. The couple
will be joined by their
children, Harmon and
Dorothy of Detroit, Asher
and Jean of Grand Rapids,
Herbert and Lieba of
Toledo, and 1 2
grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren for the
occasion.

MEHL,

Fall courses in sign
language and aural
rehabilitation (lipreading,
auditory training and
hearing aid orientation) will
begin the week of Sept. 7, at
the Detroit Hearing and
Speech Center, 19185
Wyoming.
Classes
in
aural
rehabilitation will be
available both afternoon '
and evening.
There will be sign
language classes in the mor-
. n i ng, afternoon and
evening.
These 12-week classes are
open to all adults in the tri-
county area. The classes in
aural rehabilitation are
designed to aid those in-
dividuals who have a
hearing loss, improve their
communication skills
through the combined use of
hearing and vision. The sign
language classes are
designed to teach hearing
individuals the language
system used by the majority
of deaf individuals.
For Registration informa-
tion, call the Detroit
Hearing and Speech Center,
341-1353.

Detroiter

Meets
Israeli Mjnister

Friday, August 20, 1976 35

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Franka Charlupski, chair-
man of the Detroit
Metropolitan State of Israel
Bonds Women's Division,
met with Arnon Gafni,
Israel director general of
the Ministry of Finance, on
a recent private mission to
Israel.
Gafni, who has held this
post for more than a year,
has served the Israel
government as chief assis-
tant in the Budgets Division
of the Ministry of Finance
and as head of the
Economics and Trade Divi-
sion of the National Ports
Authority.

JEAN

Has Re-Joined Our Staff

call 543-2488

for an appointment

9 Mile IL Coolidge Oak Park Shopping Plaza

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Singles
Events

MICHIGAN JEWISH '
SINGLES COUNCIL
(formerly Michigan Jewish
Young Adult Council) will
have an oneg Shabat 8:30
p.m. today in Cong. Shaarey
Zedek's youth lounge. State
Sen. Daniel Cooper (D-Oak
Park) will be guest speaker.
Dr. Ted Mandell, president
of the Zionist Organiz.
of America — Detroit
District, will make an
appeal. Admission is free,
and Jewish singles age 18-35
are invited. Refreshments
will be served.
* * *
CRITERION CLUB will
begin its 15th social season
at a "Dance Premiere" 9
p.m. Saturday at the Oak
Park Community Center.
Johnny "C", vocalist and
orchestra, will provide the
music for dancing and social
mixers. Refreshments will
be served. For information,
call Cecile Bartholomew,
559-8397, or Betty Wein-

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