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February 27, 1981 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 21, 1981

Speakers Planned for Campaign Events

Community services per- and human services profes-
sonnel will attend a meet- sionals.
Guest speaker will be Joel
ing on behalf of the 1981 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign- Tauber, vice president of
Israel Emergency Fund 8 the Jewish Welfare Federa-
p.m. Monday at the Bloom- tion and co-chairman of
field Hills home of Thomas Campaign. He is the im-
I. Klein. The Social Services mediate past president and
Section of the Professional current chairman of the
Service Division is sponsor- Jewish Community Cen-
ing the gathering of health ter's executive committee.
Irving A. Shapiro, execu-
Ideal For Birthday Parties! *
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STAFFORD'S * tive vice president of Sinai
KIDS CABARET * Hospital, is the section
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* Sat. & Sun., Orchard Mall * chairman.
The Insurance Section
2 Shows: 1 & 3 p.m. *
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)(Reservations: 851-8952, 356-8525* of the Professional Serv-
* Produced by Seler
m Schwartz Agency * ice Division is holding a
breakfast meeting on be-
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half of the 1981 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund 8 a.m.
Thursday at the Michi-
gan Inn.
Test Preparation
Speaking to the gather-
ing will be George M. Zelt-
-How do you prepare
zer, who is serving his third
for these important
term as president of the
tests?
Jewish Welfare Federation.
Get the facts —
The Insurance Section is
no cost or obligation
chaired by Steven J. Radom
and associate chairmen
Norman A. Pappas and
Robert A. Steinberg. David
K. Page and Harry L. Sil-
verman are chairmen of
32466 Olde Franklin Drive
Professional Service Di-
Farmington Hills. MI 48018
(313) 851-2969 (call collect)
vision.

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Recent events on behalf of the Allied Jewish
Campaign included gatherings of the Attorneys Sec-
tion and the Junior Division Women. Shown in the top
photograph, from left, are David K. Page, Mark R.
Hauser, guest speaker Yehuda Hellman, Edward D.
Gold and Lawrence S. Jackier. In the bottom photo-
graph, from left, are Diane Safran, Helen Kaye, guest
speakers Aviva Mutchnick and Janet Levine, Susan
Gershenson, guest speaker Lydia Kuniaysky and
Carol Klau.
Paula Borenstein, public
relations representative in
the Joint Distribution
Committee's Paris office,
will be the guest speaker at
a Women's Division gather-
ing 12:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Birmimgham home of
Doreen Hermelin.
Susan Citrin is the
chairman of Women's Di-
vision $100 First Time Gift
section. Other section lead-
ers are Susan Alterman,
associate chairman; Sherri
Lumberg, briefing chair-
man; and Linda Gershen-
son, adviser.
DR. SHIMON RAVID

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Dr. Shimon Ravid, direc-
tor of the Jewish Agency's
TAKEN ON CONSIGNMENT
Absorption Department in
10-5:00 TUES.-FRI.
2733 COOLIDGE
Israel, will speak at a
10-3 Sat.
BERKLEY, MI 48072
cocktail reception and
545-KIDS
dinner for medical and oste-
TERRY BELL AND ROBIN HERMAN
opathic physicians and
WELCOME YOU
their spouses March 11 at
TO COME IN AND BROWSE
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
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Young Israel Teens

of the
National Conference
of Synagogue Youth

presents live and
in concert

the

RUACH ORCHESTRA

"FOR THE BEST IN JEWISH MUSIC"
Date: Sat., Feb. 28, 1981
Time: 9:00 P.M.

Place:

Young Israel of Oak Wood
24061 Coolidge Hwy.
Oak Park, Mich. 48237

Price:

Births

daughter, Lindsey Beth.
**
Feb. 1— To Dr. and Mrs.
William Mandell (former
* * *
Detroiter Michele Rohan) of
Feb. 18 — To Mr. and Simi Valley, Calif., a son,
Mrs. Harvey P. Blavin Ryan Scott. * * *
(Judy Rath) of Southfield, a
Jan. 26 — To Dr. and Mrs.
son, Fredric Evan.
* * *
Joel Weinberg (former De-
Feb. 17 — To Mr. and troiter Tova Levi) of New
Mrs. Steven Tronstein York City, New York, a
(Barbara Kahn) of Hun- daughter, Shira Batshevia.
• *
tington Woods, a daughter,
Rachel Laura.
Jan.
23

To Judge ant:W s--
* * *
Mrs.
Justin
C.
Ravitz (Be-
Feb. 16 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Jeffrey Eisman (Nancy rra J. Friedman) of Detroit,
Benchell of Cleveland) of a son, Anthony E.
Cantor SAMUEL
Southfield, a son, Benjamin
Loren.

Feb. 20 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Harry N. Herkowitz (Janis
Ballantyne) of Bloomfield
Hills, a son, Seth Adam.

Physicians Dinner
Set for March 11

TOYS AND NEW GIFT ITEMS
CRAFTS BY LOCAL ARTISTS

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Donor - $50.00 per couple
Patron - $25.00 per couple
Chai - $18.00 per couple
Adult - $5.00
Student - $3.50

All proceeds to benefit the Young Israel Teens — NCSY Torah Fund.

tickets available at door
for more information contact
398-1177 399-3181 967-3655 968-4415

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Feb. 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. William Handelman
(Nancy Davidson) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Leslie Ann.

The Scoliosis Association
of Michigan will have a
skate-a-thon 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
March 22 at the Ambas-
sador Roller Rink in Claw-
son.
There is an admission fee
and skaters must have a
minimum pledge to skate.
Prizes will be awarded.
Proceeds will benefit the
Scoliosis Association. For
sponsor sheets or informa-
tion, call Rosemary
Dirksen, 855-9883.

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Feb. 15 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth A. Jacobs
(Diane Goldring) of Oak
Park, a son, Loren Mitchell.

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Feb. 10 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Goldsmith
(Randee Zeitlin) of Far-
mington Hills, a son, Alan
David.
* * *
Feb. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David Wiener (Suzi Miller)
of Oak Park, a daughter,
Michele Lesley.
* * *
Feb. 5 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Jack Salomon of. Oak Park,
a daughter, Jessica Rena.
* * *
Feb. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
The Professional Health
Mark Adler (Susan
Division is hosting the Fingeroot) of Southfeld, a
event.
daughter, Michelle Paula.
* * *
Dr. Ravid has been direc-
tor general of the Rural Set-
Feb. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
tlement Department and Howard M. Rosen (Jo Ann
headed the Ministry of Ag- Strausz) of Oak Park, a
riculture's activities in
northern Israel. He worked Named to Post
as the kibutz coordinator
Ernest Backalar was
while a member of David
Ben-Gurion's kibutz, Sde elected to the executive
committee of the Greater
Boker.
Chairmen of the Medical Detroit Southeastern
Physicians Section are Drs. Michigan Chapter of the
Darryl T. Goldberg, Martin Muscular Dystrophy Asso-
Hart and James E. Labes. ciation.
Drs. George L. Blum, Dan
G. Guyer, Edward L. Klar-
man and Richard Krugel
are the co-chairmen.
Osteopathic
The
Physicians Section is
chaired by Drs. Gerald
Uzansky and Michael
Weingarden. Co-
chairmen are Drs. Mark
Diem and Paul L. Ruza.
Dr. Harris W. Mainster
and Donald Fox are chair-
men of the Professional
Health Division.

Skaters to Aid
Scoliosis Fund

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