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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

38. Friday, July 11, 1980

PD POL ADV

Sephardic Culture' Volume
Memorializes David Barocas

VOTE AUG 5TH

PATRICIA A. KELLY

David M. Barocas, who memorialized in a volume
made possible by the Foun-
was
a leader in the Sephar-
State Representative — 69th District
is dation for the Advancement
community,
dic
of Sephardic Studies and
Culture.
"Studies in Sephardic
Culture" (Sepher-Hermon
22101 Coolidge,
Press), edited by Rabbi
1 Block S. of 9 Mi.
Mark D. Angel of the
Shearit Israel Synagogue of
New York, serves to pay
Call 548-4031 •
honor to the memory of the
We Bone—Skin—Grind—Fish Free
man who is evaluated by his
associates, the editor of the
WE WRAP FOR FREEZING
book and the contributors to
it, as an inspiration to the
Sephardic community.
Under Supervision of
Dr. Angel's introductory
The Council of Orthodox Rabbis
essay deals with the life and
activities of the late Mr.
Barocas.
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Singles Events

SHERER
ROSE
SOCIALITES will hold its
25th installation dinner-
dance 7:30 p.m. Aug. 2 at
the Furniture Club. Officers
to be installed are: William
Goldstein, president; Peter
Steffin and William Soro-
kin, vice presidents; Betty
Brown, treasurer; Bertha
Feinberg, Myna Stein and
Serene Mazer, secretaries;
Ben Bailey, Dave Brown,
Shirley Kaner, Sophie Kel-
lerman, Nate Mazer, Harry
Press, Mollie Stern, Ruse
Schwartz and Belle Soro-
kin, executive board mem-
bers. Johnny "C" and his
Orchestra will provide
music for dancing. Reserva-
tion deadline is July 20. For
reservations, call Mollie
Stern, 968-3643; or Shirley
Kaner, 398-2296.

THE JEWISH SING-
LES will go horseback rid-
ing Saturday at Highland
Stables, meeting 10:15 a.m.
at the Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.
Only persons who have paid
in advance are eligible to
attend.
The group will sponsor a
picnic 6 p.m. Wednesday at
the Oak Park Major -Park
picnic area adjacent t6 the
covered shelter. Partici-
pants are requested to bring
__•their own food, game
equipment and guitars.
Admission is free.
Reervations are being
taken for a canoe trip to be
held July 25-27 on Betsie
River. The group will leave
the Morris Branch of the
Center at 6:30 p.m. There is
a charge and reservations
are due July 18. Reserva-
tions are limited to 24. For
information, call Sandy
Kraus, 968-2174; or Mike
Schyndel, 547-4094.
Space is still available
for a trip to Toronto
slated to take place Aug.
29-Sept. 1. Cost includes
train fare and accommo-
dations, based on double
occupancy. For informa-
tion, call Harley Berger,
569-7823.
A co-ed softball game will
be held 10:30 a.m. Sunday
at Cranbrook Park, South-
field. Admission is free. In
case of rain, the group will
meet for brunch.
Volleyball is held 8:30
p.m. Mondays at the Morris
Branch of the Center. Ad-
mission is nominal.
For information, call Les-
ter Weitman, 356-8654;
Andy Scheff, 569-2103; or
Warren Abrahams, 353-
7826.

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Sunday at Angie's Far-
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p.m. July 19 at the main
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