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August 21, 1981 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

56 Friday, August 21, 1%1

Couple Marks 50th Anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
(Ann) Ross of Southfield
will be honored this month
by their children at a
brunch at the Michigan Inn
on the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie (Barbara)
Hubert and Michael Ross.
The senior Rosses have
three grandchildren.
The senior Rosses were

married Aug. 20, 1931, in
New York City. They moved
to Detroit in 1943, when
they became involved in the
laundry, dry cleaning and
uniform rental business.
They were in business for 30
years.
Mr. Ross is affiliated with
Israel Lodge of Bnai Brith.
Mrs. Ross is a volunteer
with the Sinai Hospital
Guild.

800 Expected at NJH Dinner

More than 800 persons
are expected to attend a
benefit dinner Sept. 14 at
the Detroit Plaza Hotel to
honor David K. Easlick,
president of Michigan Bell
Telephone, and to raise
funds for the National
Jewish Hospital/National
Asthma Center (NJH/
NAC).
The benefit for the

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at 6 p.m., followed by the
dinner program at 7.
Easlick will receive the
NJH/NAC National
Humanitarian Award,
which is presented to recog-
nize persons who have
demonstrated great
humanitarian concern and
outstanding community
service.
Serving as chairman
for this year's benefit is
Richard H. Cummings,
vice chairman of Na-
tional Bank of Detroit..
Serving as co-chairmen
for the dinner are W.
Michael Blumenthal,
chairman of Burroughs
Corp.; Paul Borman,
president of Borman's Inc.;
David Handleman, chair-
man of The Handleman Co.,
and a national trustee of the
medical center; Alan E.
Schwartz, senior partner in
Honigman, Miller,
Schwartz and Cohn; Arthur
R. Seder Jr., chairman and
president of American
Natural Resources Co.; and
Eugene A. Miller, executive
vice president of De-
troitbank Corp.
The benefit treasurer is
Stanley Winkelman,
chairman of Winkelman
Stores, Inc., and the
toastmaster is Jac LeGoff of
WXYZ-TV.
Proceeds from the benefit
will help fund the patient
care, research and medical
education programs of the
medical center. NJH/NAC,
a nonprofit and nonsecta-
rian hospital, is the nation's
largest medical institution
for studying and treating
chronic respiratory diseases
and immune system disor-
ders, including asthma,
emphysema, chronic bron-
chitis, tuberculosis,
juvenile rheumatoid ar-
thfitis, cystic fibrosis, lupus
and immune-deficiency dis-
orders.
For ticket information,
call Dennis E. Kembel,
225-2692.

Miss Schecter
to Marry in Fall

Young 'uns can hit the deck in this classy companion
to Mom's or Dad's dandy Docksides. Superior Sebago
quality is everywhere. From the white rubber, sure-grip,
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MISS SCHECTER

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan W.
Schecter of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Karen
Lynn, to David Jacob Hull,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
H. Hull of Albion.
Miss Schecter attended
Eastern Michigan Univer-
sity. Her fiance was
graduated from EMU,
where he received a degree
in music.
An October wedding is
planned.

Births

Aug. 13 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Lohnberg
(former Detroiter Esty
Forbes) of Walnut Creek,
Calif., a daughter, Carrie
Leigh.

Aug. 3 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Mitnick (Marsha
Klein) of West Bloomfield, a
son, Scott Mitchel.

*

*

Aug. 2 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Sallen (Lisa
Aug. 13 — To Mr. and Bovitz) of Southfield, a
Mrs. Richard L. Ruby daughter, Robyn Debra.
(Emily Rothstein) of
* * *
Franklin, a son, David
To former Detroiter
Matthew.
Rabbi Daniel R. Shevitz and
* * *
Mrs. Shevitz, (Susan
Aug. 10 —To Mr and Mrs. Rosenblum) of Cambrid
Thom a s Glaser (former De- Mass., an adopted SG—,
troiter Connie Brown) of Joshua Simon Luis.
Savannah, Ga., a son, Rus-
sell Edward.

* * *

Aug. 10 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Douglas Shiffman
(Julie Sorkowitz) of South-
field, a son, Jeffrey Neal.
* * *
Aug. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Mose Goldbaum
(former Detroiter Abby
Greenstone) of Columbus,
Ohio, a son, Jay Samuel.
* * *
Aug. 8 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Sheyer (Polina
Shrage) of Oak Park, a son,
Jason Neil.
* *
Aug. 7 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Reinherz (former
Detroiter Sharon Kimmel)
of Kenosha, Wis., a son,
Adam David.
*
Aug. 4 — To Mr. and Mrs' .
Dennis Eisenberg (Terry
Leiderman) of Oak Park, a
daughter, Aviva Malka.
* * *
Aug. 4 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Randall Zusman, former
Detroiters of Newton,
Mass., a daughter, Laura
Gayle.

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