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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-08-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, August 29, 1980

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I

Births

UHS Staff Appointments
Announced for Fall Term

United Hebrew Schools
announces several new ap-
pointments for the 1980-
* * *
Aug. 20 — To Dr. and 1981 school year.
Rabbi Bernard Mos-
Mrs. Mark J. Goldberg
* * *
kowitz
will serve as princi-
Aug. 23 — To Mr. and (Miriam Baruch) of South- pal of both Cong. Bnai
son,
Joshua
David.
field,
a
Mrs. Steven Jacobs (Bar-
David and Cong. Bnai
* * *
bara Waserman), former
Aug. 12 — To Mr. and Moshe branches of UHS.
Detroiters of Bridegwater, Mrs. Steven Fredson, Rabbi Moskowitz has
N.J., a son, Brian Todd.
former Detroiters of Brook- taught at UHS for 10 years
* * *
and is director of credit and
lyn, N.Y., a daughter,
Aug. 22 — To Mr. and Surah Malka.
finance for the institution.
* * *
Mrs. Jonathan Jaffa
Prior to his involvement
(Sandra Pelton) of West
with UHS he was a teacher
Aug. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Bloomfield, a daughter, Michael Lohnberg (former and principal at Yeshivath
Miriam Nicole.
Detroiter Esty Forbes) of Beth Yehudah for 21 years.
* * *
Rabbi Moskowitz was or-
Walnut Creek, Calif., a
Aug. 22 — To Dr. and daughter, Jessica Ann.
dained at the Rabbinical
Mrs. Barry Doren (Jeanne
College of Telshe Yeshiva.
Miller), former Howell resi-
He also has studied at the
Seeking
History
dents, now of Lansing, a
University of Detroit.
daughter, Kate Elaine.
of
Lost
Relative
Rochelle Millen will
* * *
Terry Holm of Placer- serve as consultant for
Aug. 20 — To Mr. and ville, Calif., is seeking in- the UHS system. Mrs. Mil-
Mrs. Alan Whiteman formation about her len received a BA degree
(Sharron Labelle), former grandmother, nee Jennie from Stern College for
Fink. She offers the follow- Women and an MA.de-
REV. HERSHL
gree in philosophy from
ing:
"Pinkus and Minna Fink McMaster University in
immigrated from Russia- Hamilton, Ontario. She is
Certified Mohel
Poland and settled in currently a PhD degree
Michigan in the mid- candidate in the depart-
557-0888
1860s. They had 11 chil- ment of religious studies
at McMaster University.
dren: Lewis, Millia, Dora,
Julius,
Isaac,
Hattie,
Lillie,
Cooper-Skulsky
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH
Jennie, Morey, Margaret
Specialfzed
and Charles, born in May Troth Is Told
MOHEL
1892. Pinkus and Minna
lived at 297 Columbia in the
In Home or Hospital
1870s and 1880s and at 265
557-9666
Mullett at the turn of the
century.
"My grandmother, Jennie
RABBI DR. LEO
Fink, moved to Chicago in
late 1900 or early 1901,
married and gave birth to a
Expert Mohel
Serving Hospitals and Homes
son. Jennie was widowed
547-8555
prior to 1924, when she
U 2-4444
moved to California to live
with a sister in Orange or
Cantor Sidney
Los Angeles County, Calif.
"I have no information of
Jennie or my aunt
Certified Mohel
Genevieve or uncles Lester,
MISS COOPER
Emmett or Ludie, since that
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H.
move in 1924. Her oldest
son, my father Robert, died Cooper of Southfield an-
Cantor SAMUEL
nounce the engagement of
a young man."
their daughters Peggy Ann,
Persons with information
Certified
about Jennie Fink, should to Arnold Mark Skulsky,
son of Dr. and Mrs. Sam
write Ms. Holm, 4701
Skulsky of Flint.
Chrome Ridge, Placerville,
A December wedding is
Calif., 95667.
planned.

Aug. 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Leibson (Mar-
cia Eder) of Oak Park, a son,
Joseph Warren.

Detroiters of Pensacola,
Fla., a son, Andrew Scott.

ROTH

GOLDMAN

-RUBE .

Marriages

Mrs. Millen has taught in
New York, Ontario and
Jerusalem.
She also has served as
assistant editor for the
Shalom Hartman Institute
in Jerusalem.
Ruthe Stein will serve as
director and teacher of the
new Troy branch. Mrs.
Stein has been associated
with the UHS since 1941.
She received her training in
the UHS and Midrasha. She
earned a BA degree at
Wayne State University.
- Rachel Carmi will be di-
rector and teacher at the
new branch at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Mrs. Carmi has studied at
the Musical Academy of Tel
Aviv and the University of
Minnesota, where she
earned a BA degree. She
also received a BA degree
and teacher's certificate
from the Midrasha. Mrs.
Carmi received an MA de-
gree in educational psy-
chology at Wayne State
University. She has taught
in the Detroit area for eight
years.

Caryn Green and Jerry
Acker were married re-
cently at Kingsley Inn.
Rabbi Harold Loss of Tem-
ple Israel officiated. The
bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred 'Green of
West Bloomfield. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin L. Acker of Oak
Park.
Susan Green was maid of
honor. Bridesmgids were
Susan Acker, Dana Kul-
man, Beth Calzi, Kathy
Simanek and Jennifer
Green. Jodi Green was the
flower girl.
Dr. Steven Acker was the
best man. Ushers were
Lawrence Acker, David
Mendelson, Dr. Richard
Stober, Lawrence Green
and Steven Mendelson.
Participating in the
ceremony were the
bride's grandmother,
Mrs. Helen Green, and
the bridegroom's
grandmothers, Mrs. Lil-
lian Frumin and Mrs.
Dora Acker.
The couple is residing in
Southfield.

Suzan H. Graber and
Dr. Thomas L. Lowe were
married recently at Bnai
Jacob Synagogue in Wood-
bridge, Conn. Rabbi Wayne
Franklin officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Graber of Orangewood
J\
West, Derby, Conn.
bridegroom is the soil u I
Mrs. Maxwell Lowe of Hun-
tington Woods. Mrs.
Richard S. Graber was mat-
ron of honor. Bonnie Graber
was the flower girl.
Jonathan D. Lowe was his
brother's best man.
The new Mrs. Lowe was
graduated from Fairleigh
Dickinson University,
whve she earned a BA de-
gree in psychology. She also
was graduated from South-
ern Connecticut State Col-
lege with an MA degree in
special education.
Her husband was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan with a BS
degree in zoology and from
its medical school with an
MD degree. The couple is
living in Tampa, Fla.

Jhrm gamayox ef.ad

sineweam

MICHIGAN

REGION

SUPPORTINGISRAEL'S OFFICIAL RED CROSS SERVICE

TESTIMONIAL DINNER DANCE

Sunday Evening, September the Seventh
CongregationAdat Shalom
Farmington Hills, Michigan
29901 Middlebelt Road

Honoring

Guest Speaker

Sally and Joseph Handleman

Philip Slomovitz

Business
Briefs

a

Harold A. Geppert,
Capitol 'Saving and Loan
manager in Lathrup Vil-
lage, will be honored by the
Lathrup Village Lions Club
at an appreciation dinner-
dance Sept. 12 at Hamilton
Place. For ticket informa-
tion, call J.D. Stone, 557-
2600.
* *
Pace Setter Fashions
has opened a third store in
the Orchard Mall, West
Bloomfield. Pace Setter's
other two locations are in
the Lathrup Landing Shop-
ping Center, 11 Mile and
Evergreen Roads, and at
Campus Corners Shopping
Center in Rochester.
* *
Sibley's Shoes has
opened its 28th store in the
Crossroads Mall, portage.
James Kaiser is the man-
ager.

LOUIS L. SILVERFARB
DR. NORMAN A. SEGAL
DINNER COCHAIRMEN

WILLIAM DAVIDSON

PAUL ZUCKERMAN

HONORARY COpCHAIRMEN

MRS. HARVEY A. BEAVER
PRESIDENT, WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

DR. JOHN J. MAMES
CHAIRMAN
MICHIGAN REGION

DR. MORRIS STARKMAN
CHAIRMAN
MEDICAL-DENTAL COUNCIL

Musical Salute by Cantor Louis Klein of Cong. Bnai Moshe

Music by
Eric Rosenow and His Continentals
Couvert $50.00 per couple

Cocktails 6:00 o'clock
Black Tie Optional
TO RESERVE TABLES OF 10 FOR YOUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
R.S.V.P. OR CALL 357-3571 OR 353-0434 BEFORE SEPTEMBER 2ND

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