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July 10, 1981 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 10, 1981

Births

July 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald D. Honig (Vivian E.
Sloan) of Oak Park, a son,
Daniel Joshua.
* * *
June 26 — To Mrs. Robert
B. Goldberg (Barbara Dob-
rik) of West Bloomfield and
the late Dr. Robert B.
Goldberg, a daughter, Re-

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June 25 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bodack of Far-
mington Hills, a daughter,
Lindsay Alison.
* * *
June 22 — to Dr. and Mrs.
Dale M. Kaplan (Ann Rob-
bins of Huntington Woods, a
daughter, Erin Jessica.
* * *
June 21 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Meyers (Carol
Lefkowitz) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Carley Erin.
* * *
June 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Alan Rubin (former
Detroiter Midge Shubow) of
Kensington, Md., a daugh-
ter, Hilary Michelle.

For the duration of the
Canadian mail strike, cam-
pers at Camp Ramah in
Canada will have their mail
hand-delivered once per
week through a New York
address.
Mail can be sent to the
camper by addressing the
envelope with the child's
name, Ramah in Canada,
National Ramah Commis-
sion, 3080 Broadway, New
York, N.Y. 10027.

JARC to Meet

Cantor SAMUEL

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Certified
MOHEL

becca Elizabeth.
** *
June 26 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Mark Fishman
and Mrs. Fishman (Kathy
Topp) of Bellvue, Wash., a
son, Todd Joel.

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The Jewish Association
for Retarded Citizens will
have its July board meeting
8 p.m. July 20 in the JARC
offices, 24525 Southfield,
Suite 107, Southfield.

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A full range of differen-
tial diagnostic and re-
habilitative services for the
hearing impaired of all ages
is available at Sinai Hospi-
tal of Detroit. A new com-
prehensive clinical audiol-
ogy unit has recently
opened for service._,,.
Directed by Sinai's new
audiologist Donald E.
Lobelle, the clinic houses a
full spectrum of diagnostic
audiology equipment,
enabling Lobelle to provide
complete evaluation of the
auditory system.
Lobelle has been recog-
nized by the American
Speech Language and Hear-
ing Association with a cer-
tificate of clinical compe-
tence in audiology.
Dr. William Restum is
chief, section of speech
pathology and audiology at
Sinai.
Team work will be a
key component of the au-
diology staff's goals and
objectives, since the
clinic will provide serv-
ices for both outpatients
and inpatients. The staff
will work hand-in-hand
with various medical
teams throughout the
hospital, including the
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Donald E. Lobelle, left,
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ear, nose and throat
team.
Several of the tests which
will be provided by the
clinic include basic hearing
tests; the hearing sensitiv-
ity test; the hearing aid
evaluation test; the elec-
tronystamography test,
which tests balance func-
tion; and the brain stem
evoked response test, which
assesses the auditory path-
way from the ear to the
brain.

Ross. Opposes Prayer Bill

State Senator Doug Ross
(D-Oak Park) has an-
nounced his opposition to a
school prayer bill being con-
sidered in the Michigan
Legislature.
The Moral Majority has
announced its support of the
legislation and warned op-
ponents that they would be
targeted for defeat in the
1982 elections.
The bill introduced by
Rep. Ethel Terrell (D-
Highland Park) would
make it mandatory for pub-
lic schools to set aside non-
instructional time for stu-
dents to engage in volun-
tary, spoken prayer.
Terrell introduced a
similar bill last year
which was passed by the
House, 61-28. That bill
died, however, because it
was never reported out of
the Senate Education
Committee, chaired by

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to Aid Hearing Impaired

Phone: 357-1870
Mon.-Sat. 10-5

DOUG ROSS

Jack Faxon (D-Detroit).
Ross said, "The issue here
is not the desirability of
prayer, but the need to
preserve the decisions about
prayer and other religious
matters for families and in-
dividuals. If we have Jewish
people, Muslims, Christians
— and various kinds of
Christians, at that — in our
public schools, what single
prayer on a given day could
possibly not offend one or
most of those groups?"

Social Club
Installs Officers

The Judea Social Club in-
stalled Al Dubin as
president at its , annual in-
stallation event at Knights
of Pythias Hall.
Other officers: Sam Per-
nikoff, vice president; Rae
Kaufman, recording secre-
tary; Fanny Rosenblat,
corresponding secretary;
Albert Parvin, treasurer;
Louis Rubin, men's hos-
pitaler; Ann Bunin, ladies
hospitaler; Edward Bunin,
financial secretary; and
Sandy Carny, parliamenta-
rian.

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