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July 24, 1981 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BNAI BRITH SING-
LES will hear humorist
Max Sosin and violinist

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Appeal Made for Youth

Singles Events

NEW FACES will have a
party for singles age 25-35
8:3.0 p.m. Aug. 2 at Angie's,
Farmington Hills.
Entertainment and a cash
bar will be provided. There
is a charge.

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An appeal has been is-
sued
on behalf of Bryan
Sam Barnett 6:30 p.m. Sun-
Bednarsh,
son of Mr. and
day in the home of Evie
Grossman, 4331 Compton Mrs. Aran Bednarsh of
Way, Bloomfield Hills. Southfield, who is suffering
Light refreshments will be from Type I Glycogen Stor-
served. There is a charge, age Disease.
Bryan produces no glu-
and non-members are in-
vited. For information, call cose on his own because the
Lillian Freeland, 546-2967; enzyme glucose
Shirley Gendler, 546-6521; 6-phosphatase is deficient.
or Ms. Grossman, 642-5450. This is the enzyme in the
liver that converts glycogen
* * *
into glucose.
THE JEWISH SING-
He is given some form of
LES (21-35) will have a pool glucose or high carbo-
party 8 p.m. Saturday at the hydrate every 11/2 hours
home of Harley Berger, during the day and is on an
27728 Red Leaf Ln., South- infusion pump at night for
field.
continuous glucose feed-
The group will go to ings.
Cedar Point Sunday, meet-
Some effects of the dis-
ing 7 a.m. at the Jimmy ease are hypoglycemia
Prentis Morris Branch of (low blood sugar), sei-
the Jewish Community zures, psychomotor de-
Center. There is a charge. ficits, retardation of
Drivers are needed.
growth and
A canoe trip will be held, hyperuricemia (elevated
' July 31-Aug. 2. The trip in- uric acid).
cludes accommodations,
A group of Boston physi-
round trip transportation cians have agreed to begin
and meals. For details, call research for a cure, how-
Jane Sklar, 552-0265.
ever, funding from national
Reservations are due agencies has been refused.
Aug. 1 for the trip to To- As a result, a group of par-
ronto, Sept. 4-7. For de- ents of victims of the disease
tails, call Sue Katz, 532- have begun an appeal, the
6505; or Al Finkelstein, goal of which is $200,000 in
356-4784.
three years.
Volleyball is held 8:30
p.m. Mondays in the Morris
Branch. Admission is nom-
inal. Softball is held 10:30
a.m. Sundays at Cranbrook
Field, Southfield. Admis-
sion is free.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan 10 a.m.
Saturday for 6-11 year olds.
Kidush follows prayers.
There will be a group for
boys in grades three-six at
7:40 p.m. Saturday. One of
the features of the group
will be the study of Mis-
hnayos in addition to songs,
games and refreshments.
A special youth Shalosh
Seudos will be held follow-
ing Minha at 8:40 p.m. for
all youngsters. In charge of
this project are George Gel-
berman and Lawrence Sin-
gal.

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News

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Watch
For The

Tax deductible contribu-
tions may be made payable
to Children's Hospital Med-
ical Center, GSD Study,
Boston, Mass. Checks can
be mailed to Alan S. Bed-
narsh, 21555 Glenmorra,
Southfield, 48076. Con-
tributors are asked to put
the name of Bryan Bed-
narsh on the back of their
checks.

1 Youth

SOLO FLIGHT SING-
LES of Temple Beth El will
have a night at the races
Aug. 8. The cost of the event
includes admission to the
club house, cover charge,
complete buffet dinner, and
a racing program. Paid
reservations are due before
Aug. 3. Checks should be
mailed to Solo Flight Sing-
les, c/o Temple Beth El,
7400 Telegraph, Birming-
ham, 48010. Jewish singles
age 35 and up are invited.
For details, call Henry
Brand, 535-8041; or Mickey
Carmen, 968-9179.

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