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January 16, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, January 16, 1981

Film, Art, Dance and More
on Jewish Center Schedule

Chabad Aids Fire Victims

The Chabad Lubavitch
Organization of Michigan
has issued an appeal, par-
ticularly for kosher food, on
behalf of the residents of the
Northgate Apts. unit which
was destroyed by fire Mon-
day.
.
With the aid of Irving
Laker and Leonard Baruch,
a vacancy referral service
was created with several
apartment owners in the
neighborhood.
Rabbi Yitschak Kagan,
public relations director of

BIRTHDAYS

Lubavitch, appeared on
television to ask the resi-
dents who were burned out
to make their whereabouts
known, since many could
not be found after the fire.
Rabbi Kagan said following
the TV appeal, telephones
at the Lubavitch Center
rang incessantly.

The Russian Accultura-
tion Program of the Jewish
Community Center will
present another film in its
series 7 p.m. Saturday in
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch.
The documentary, "The
World's Young Ballet," with
English narration, will be
shown.
Tickets will be available
at the door. The public is
welcome.

Persons who are still
seeking assistance, should
call the Lubavitch Center,
548-2666.

Gaza Murder

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Jamal Yassin, 50, was mur-
dered in the Jebalya refugee
camp in the Gaza Strip, the
12th murder there in the
last few months.

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SYBIL MINTZ

Artist Sybil Mintz will
exhibit and sell her
watercolor paintings from
Sunday through Feb. 1 in
the lobby of the main
Jewish Center.
Ms. Mintz has studied
at the Detroit Institute of
Arts, Society of Arts and
Crafts and earned a BS
degree in art education
from Wayne State Uni-
versity and an MA degree
in paining from the Uni-
versity of Michigan. She
has also studied at the
Birmingham - Bloomfield
Art Association.
She has won the Detroit
Society of Women Painters
and Sculptors Scholarship,
the Detroit Society of Arts
and Crafts Scholarship and
a Rackham Fellowship at
the University of Michigan.
Ms. Mintz's work has
been shown in many invita-
tional art shows and in 13

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juried shows throughout the
United States.
Jody Oberfelder has
joined the dance staff of the
Jewish Center. She will
offer an introductory work-
shop 2 p.m. Jana 25 at the
main building.
This dance workshop
will feature warm-up
routines, adagio and
across-the-floor patterns
for teens and adults in-
terested in dance.
There is a charge. For in-
formation, call the Center,
661-1000.
Sophie Maslowe, interna-
tionally famous choreog-
rapher, is the current
artist-in-residence at the
Center. She will design a
dance program especially
for the Center's Festival
Dancers group. The work,
which will have its pre-
miere 3:30 p.m. March 15,
will be a joint presenta-
tion with the Center Sym-
phony Orchestra. Tickets
will be available at the door.
The program, dedicated
to the Jewish immigrant, is
titled "Tzviling the Twins"
and deals with two Euro-
pean women, one who came
to America and one who re-
mained behind. An original
score was developed by New
York composer Saul Kaplan
and will include Yiddish
folk songs.
The Center and the
Michigan Lyric Opera The-
ater will present the third
musical evening of their
"For a Song" series entitled
"A Little Night Music From
Broadway" 8:30 p.m. Jan.
31 at the main Center com-
plex. Tickets are available
at the Center cashier's office
and at the door.

Miss Feld Plans
June Wedding

Business Briefs

Primak Cornell, who have a
combined 12 years experi-
ence in the physical fitness
and weight control field.
They have opened three
centers in Michigan and in
Naples, Fla. The facilities
are complete nutritional
guidance centers specializ-
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adults as well as children
The Bnai Brith Hillel (age 10-17). Other services
Foundation on the Wayne are hair analysis, lo-cal
State University campus cooking classes, assertive-
will have a luncheon- ness awareness workshops
lecture noon Sunday at the and slimming and toning
Hillel House, 14400 W. 10 classes. Each client on a
weight control program will'
Mile, Oak Park.
Rabbi Meir Fund, direc- receive a complimentallIP
tor of the Hillel Foundation massage. For details, call
at Brooklyn College and the center, 353-LOSE.
rabbi of the Flatbush mi-
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Ladies Pile Lined
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Process."
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For reservations, call the
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The Weigh-In Center
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the Franklin Racquet Club
Annex. Owner-directors are
Pauline Seigel and Susan

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MISS FELD

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Feld of
Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sherry, to Dr. David
Jack Elbaum, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gedale Elbaum of Oak
Park.
Miss Feld was graduated
from the University of
Michigan where she earned
a BS degree in natural re-
sources and a Master of So-
cial Work degree. Her
fiance was graduated Phi
Beta Kappa from U-M and
attended the Stanford Uni-
versity School of Medicine.
Dr. Elbaum is completing
an internship at Henry Ford
Hospital and will pursue his
residency in dermatology at
Stanford.
A June wedding is
planned.

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