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September 28, 1979 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

$125,000 in Bonds Purchased
at Toda Raba Luncheon Event

Births

Sept. 22 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey Fox (Leah
Dorfman) of West Bloom-
field, a daughter, Hallie
Nicole.

Sept. 12 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Geoffrey A. Trivax
(Valerie Hoffman) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Amanda Gabrielle.

Sept. 19 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Kranitz (Bar-
bara Schiussel), 13821 Syl-
van, Oak Park, a son, Jef-
fery Louis.

Sept. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Marc Weberman
(Carol Besserman) of West
Bloomfield, a son, Leon
Eric.

Sept. 18 — To Mr. and
' 4- rs. Ralph Katz (Susan
chersky) of Southfield, a
aaughter, Shari Aviva.
* * *
Sept. 14 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Brian Kost-Grant,
former Detroiters of Seattle,
Wash., a daughter, Shira
Fraida.

Sept. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Beigler
(Jaqulene Goldman) of
Southfield, a son, Richard
Jay.

Sept. 13 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Alan Harwood (former
Detroiter Judith Cohen) of
Boston, Mass., a daughter,
Jessica Nan.

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Sept. 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jody M. Wiener (Bar-
bara A. Asner of Windsor) of
Southfield, a daughter,
Jaimee Alyse.
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,Sept. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Schindler (Marla
Friedman) of Oak Park, a
son, Matthew Francis.
* * *
Sept. 7 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert M. Rubin (Judith S.
Harris) of Huntington
Woods, a son, Gabriel Sol-
omon.

Fruit Compote
By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

5 large peaches (peeled and
cut into 8 wedges each)
4 red plums (peeled and cut in
wedges)
1 No. 303 can pineapple
chunks with juice
1 can cherry pie filling.
Lightly grease a 2-quart
'casserole dish. Place peach
wedges on bottom, then plum
wedges. Pour pineapple
chunks on,the fresh fruit. Then
top with cherry pie filling. Bake
at 350 degrees for one hour. If
you freeze, place frozen com-
pote before serving in a pre-
heated 350-degree oven and
heat until it is warmed through.
Serves 8.

Juvenile Justice
Board Members

Elizabeth Arnovitz of
Lansing and Claudia Gold
of Farmington Hills have
been appointed by Gov.
William Milliken to the
Advisory Committee on
Juvenile Justice. Ms. Ar-
novitz's term will expire
Dec. 31, 1981. Ms. Gold's
term expires Dec. 31, 1979.

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Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Borock
of Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Susan Borock, to
Mark Grant, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Grant of Detroit.
Miss Borock has a master's
degree in guidance and
counseling. Her fiance
earned a law degree at the
Detroit College of Law. A
November wedding is
planned.

* *

Sept. 10 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Brian Kerman (Char-
lene Bernstein of Windsor)
of West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Jodi Beth.

Friday, September 28, 1919 45

Shown at the recent "Toda Raba" luncheon
which saw $125,000 in Israel Bond sales are, from left,
Miriam Hamburger, Frances Rosenzweig, Esther Al-
len, Franka Charlupski, hostess Mala Dorfman, guest
speaker Dr. Ruth Gruber, hostess Rosa Schaumberg
and Phyllis Newman. The event was in advance of the
"Bond Between Us" luncheon Oct. 25 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek which will honor Mrs. Charlupski.

Soviet Jewry Activist Here
to Seek Help for Refusniks

INVITATIONS?
Hattie Schwartz

— Of Course!

352-7387

MUSIC? SHOWS?

DISCO NORTH?

Seymour Schwartz

— Of Course!

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TO: 2W(‘
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All our old friends

MEMO

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COME SEE
BEAUTIFUL NEW ST
IT WILL
IN PLYMOUTH
BE WORTH THE RIDE

Michael Sherbourne,
leading activist in behalf of
Russian Jews seeking exit
visas, admonished an audi-
ence assembled to mobilize
help for those desiring to
leave the USSR that anti-
Semitism is growing apace
there.
.Addressing an assembly
held under the auspices of
the Men's Club of Adat
Shalom Synagogue and the
Detroit Committee for
Soviet Jewry Monday eve-
ning, Sherbourne said there
is concern that the present
rate of emigration may be
drastically affected after
the Olympics.
a
Russia
Calling
"medieval barbaric to-
talitarian dictatorship," the
former London school
teacher who is now touring
the U.S. in behalf of Russia
Jewry before going on aliya
with his wife, to join his
children in Israel, joined
with Gerald Rogers, who
heads the Detroit Commit-
tee for Russian Jewry in
urging congregations and
organizations to adopt a
Russian Jew seeking emig-
ration and thus aid him in
getting out of the land of op-
pression. He said that less
than a handful of Jews now
are being admitted into
Russian universities and
the situation is grave even if
the exit visas are increas-
ing.
Sherbourne's main ac-
tivity has been in reach-
ing Russian Jews by
telephone. Since 1972, he
has made more than 5,000
telephone calls to Russia
and reached the Jews he
aided in that way.

On their brief visit here,
Mr. and Mrs. Sherbourne
were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Sharfman.
Sherbourne was honored
with an aliya Saturday
morning at Rosh Hashana
services at Cong. Beth
Shalom.

It was through this opera-
tion that he befriended Mrs.
Rae Sharfman. He was in-
formed by a Russian Jew
he contacted about her, and
she was told about Sher-
bourne in a phone call from
Russia, and the friendship
was established thereby.

• Seeing You At Our New Location

Opening About October 8, 1979


7 New Students

PHILADELPHIA —
Seven new students have
entered the class of 1984 at
the Reconstructionist Rab-
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