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December 25, 1981 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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46 Friday, December 25, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles Events

SECOND GENERA- traditional refreshments
TION SINGLES will kick will highlight the evening.
off the new year at a party 8 Reservations are required.
p.m. Jan. 10 at the Circle P For reservations, call
Ranch, 74 W. Maple, Troy. President Dorothy
The evening will feature Goldberg, 548-6850; or Pro-
Western rock and a disco gram Chairman Max
party. Two large dance Trager, 355-3761.
* * *
floors, a cash bar, a limited
SUNDAY JEWISH
menu, mechanical bull
rides and video games will SINGLES of the Jewish
be available. Western dress Community Center will
is optional. Singles age present a "psychic experi-
21-45 are invited. There is ence" at their next meeting
an admission charge. To get 8 p.m. Sunday at the main
on the mailing list, write Jewish Center. Dancing, re-
Second Generation Singles, freshments and a social
P.O. Box 2571 Southfield, hour will highlight the eve-
ning. There is a charge.
48037-2571.
Singles age 35 and up are
* * *
invited. For information,
SHERER call Gerrie Feingold, 968-
ROSE
SOCIALITES will have a 8853; or Marge Thoryn,
paid - member - only 399-2265:
Hanuka meeting 7:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Northgate
West Apts. club house. Ad- Men Volunteer
mission will be charged to
The Temple Israel
unpaid members and Brotherhood will provide
spouses. Games, prizes and volunteers at Bon .Secours
Hospital in Grosse Pointe
today to relieve hospital
To Get On
employees who wish to
Second Generation Singles
spend the holiday with their
Mailing List Write
families.

.

P.O. Box 2511

Southfield, Mi. 48037-2571
Ages 23-45

Peace and plenty breed
cowards.

Jeffrey, Jill and Joey . Bigelman

and

Dana and Lauren Elson

Welcome the arrival of their sisters

JESSICA LEIGH BIGELMAN

STEFANIE ERIN ELSON

Bar-Ilan U. Inaugurates
Chapter of Windsor Friends

Attending the inauguration of the Windsor
Friends of Bar-Ilan University are, seated from left:
Jacob Rosenthal, Lea Luger and Richard Luger; and
standing, from left: Sam Cohen, Morris Tabachnick,
Rabbi Ira Grussgott, Rabbi Samuel Stollman and Sam
Center. For information on the Windsor chapter, call
the Detroit office, 398-7180.

Sandy Kraus Is Married

Sandy Kraus became the
bride of Hyman S. Spekman
in a recent ceremony at
Temple Emanu-El. Rabbi
Lane Steinger and Cantor
Norman Rose officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Kraus of Oak Park. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Spekman of
New York City.
Myra Kraus Stone of
South Euclid, Ohio, was the
matron of honor. Daniel
Spekman of New York City
was the best man.
The new Mrs. Spekman
earned a BS degree at
Eastern Michigan Uni-
versity and an MS degree
at Wayne State Univer-
sity. She is a doctoral
candidate in recreational

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Appel of New York City an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Rona
Rybstein, to Jeffrey
Selbst, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Ronald Selbst of Bloomfield
Hills. Ms. Rybstein was
graduated from the Massa-
* * *
chusetts Institute of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metzger Technology. Her fiance was
of Farmington Hills an- graduated from the Univer-
nounce the engagement of sity of Michigan. A January
their daughter, Lisa Beth wedding is planned.
Steven
to
Metzger,
Leibovitz, son of Mrs. Ruth
Leibovitz of Sacramento,
Calif., and Mr. Paul
Leibovitz of Southfield.
Dec. 15 — To Mr. and
Miss Metzger attended
Michigan State University Mrs. James Hiller (Mar-
and was graduated from the garet Hlinka) of Beverly
Shapero School of Nursing. Hills, Mich., a son, Justin
* *
Louis. •
**
Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Dec. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael H. Golob
Bnai Brith
(Carol Kapetansky) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Activities
Sara Janet.
LOUIS MARSHALL
* * *
CHAPTER will hold an
Dec.
14

To Mr. and
open board meeting noon
Mrs.
David
M.
Singer (Bar-
Jan. 7 in the MCL Cafeteria
bara
Freedman)
of Far-
in the Tel-12 Mall. The pro-
giam will begin at- 1. Helen mington Hills, a daughter,_
Kerwin will speak on "Pro- Carly Rose. * * *
per Skin Care." Guests are
Dec. 11— To Dr. and Mrs.
invited. For details, call Ei-
leen Israel, 341-2878; or Neil Biederman (Sharon
President Helen Pearl, Frishman) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Robert Lawr-
838-5384.
ence.
* * *
* * *
BB Project
Dec. 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Hershel Gardin (Joy Lewis)
Aids Hospitals
of Oak Park, twin daugh-
The Bnai Brith Met- ters, Miriam Syril and
ropolitan Detroit Council Yehudis Kayla.
will again conduct its "Op-
* *
eration Brotherhood" proj-
Dec..2

To Dr. and Mrs.
ect today at William
Beaumont Hospital in Theodore Wizenberg (Helen
Royal Oak and at the Bilander) of Farmington
Northwest' Grace Hospital Hills, a son, Eric Joel.
• * *
in Detroit.
Nov. 19 — To former De-
"Operation Brotherhood"
is a program in which Bnai troiters Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
frith volunteers work in ney Dunn (Linda Cohen) of
the hospitals on Christmas Omaha, Neb., a daughter,
Day relieving volunteer Stacie Nicole.
Christian members of the
staff so they can be at home
RABBI DR;LE0
with their families.
GOLDMAN
Bnai Brith members will
Expert Mohel
assist patients with their
Serving Hospitals and Homes
meal trays, feeding, helping
547-8555
LI 2-4444
grooming, transporting to
the chapel, pushing in a
wheelchair, reading and
Cantor Sidney
playing games, and with the
discharge of patients.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolok
of Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Shari Beth Wolok, to
Alan Langnas, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Langnas,
also 'of Southfield. A June
wedding is planned.

MRS. SPEKMAN

therapy at New York
University.
Her husband earned a BA
degree at State University
of New York - New Paltz
and holds a JD degree.
The couple are residing in
Brooklyn, N.Y.

111•111111.

Jo.

Engagements

Atillommemeinlem

Marriages

Florence Gershinzon of
Grand Blanc and Francis
Elias were married re-
cently in the home of Judge
and Mrs. Albert Betz of De-
troit. Judge Betz officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Donna Shaw of Windsor,
Ont., and the late Mr. David
Shaw. Parents of the
bridegroom are the late Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Elias. Fol-
lowing a 'honeymoon in
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico,
the couple is residing in
Grand Blanc.

rVI en' s Club )

BETH ACHIM MEN'S
CLUB still is taking reser-
vations for its annual
winter ball - dinner - dance
to be held 9 p.m. Dec. 31 in
the synagogue. Cost of the
evening includes music for
dancing by Sam Barnett
and His Orchestra, fully ca-
tered sit-down dinner, con-
tinental breakfast, setups
and favors. Dress is black
tie optional. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
352-8670.

Custom is often the an-
tiquity of error.

Menora Lighting
Sans Officials
From Admin.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Administration officials
were conspicuous by their
obsence at the third annual
lighting of the national
menora in Lafayette Square
directly across the street
from the White House Mon-
day afternoon.
The lack of representa-
tion from the Reagan Ad-
ministration was in con-
trast to previous years —
the festivities at the first
lighting at the tall nine-
branched brass menora
erected by the American
Friends of Lubavitch in
1979; and last year when
Stuart Eizenstat and Alfred
Moses represented the Car-
ter Administration.

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