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March 26, 1982 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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60 Friday, March 26, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Marlene Karp to Moderate Singles Shabat Observance

JUDY B'RURIA WYLENE

Marlene Karp, executive
director of SPACE, will be
the moderator for the panel
discussion at the Singles
Shabat observance 8:30
p.m. today at Cong. Beth
Shalom. Ms. Karp will re-
place State Sen. Jack Faxon

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who resigned because of
legislative commitments.
A psychotherapist in pri-
vate practice, Ms. Karp
formerly was the coor-
dinator of parent support
groups and out-patient
treatment programs at The
Orchards children's service.
Previously, she was the
program coordinator and
group leader at the Oakland
University Continuum
Center, cross-cultural coun-
selor for Youth for Under-
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She holds a Bachelor of
Science degree in educa-
tion from Wayne State
University and a master's
degree in guidance and
counseling from Oakland

Singles Events

CRITERION CLUB will
go to Gino's Surf supper club
April 25, meeting at the
Lincoln Center parking lot
at 5:30 p.m. The evening
will be highlighted by
dinner, entertainment and
dancing. There is a charge
and reservation deadline is
April 10. For reservations,
call Adele Simms, 358-
1282; or Cecile Rothenberg,
968-5394.

SHERER
ROSE
SOCIALITES will celeb-
rate their 26th anniversary
with a dance 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Oak Park Com-
munity Center. Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals will provide music for
dancing. The evening will
include mixers and re-
freshments. The public is
invited at a charge. For in-
formation, call President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-
6850; or Program Chairman
Max Trager, 355-3761.
The group will meet 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the North-
gate Apts. club hosue. The
program will feature "Doc-
tors on Call." Refreshments

irths

March 18 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Joel Steinberg (Flor-
.ence Hersen) of Huntington
Woods, a son, Jonathan
Michael.

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* * *

•••

Jewish Community Center Day Camp is worth
every penny you spend. But, if you sign up before
May 1, 1982, it'll be worth even more, because
you'll actually pay less than the '81 rates for most
programs. But best of all, it's fun. It's sports, art,
nature; it's friendship. More than just a day camp,
it's the chance to expose your child to the fullness
and richness of life. (Check the camp brochure for
details on neighborhood to camp busing and the
2 different 4-week sessions.).
Full-Day Camp—Kindergarden through Sixth
Grade. Days filled with music, nature, sports,
crafts, culture, and friends. Member $350; before
May 1 $325. Non-member $420; before May 1
$395.
Iiialf-Day Camp—Pre-School and Kindergarten.
Half as long but just as memorable. Member $185;
before May 1 $165. Non-member $225; before
May 1 $205.
Five different specialty camps include daily
swimming activity, all at special prices. -

Tennis and Sports. Learn to play tennis, soccer,
racquetball, softball, and a whole range of fun,
fitness sports. Member $350; before May 1 $325.
Non-member $420; before May 1 $395.
Gymnastics and Dance. Even more fun when you
put 'em together! Member $350; before May 1
$325. Non-member $420; before May 1 $395.
Safari makes learning about metropolitan Detroit a
real adventure. Member $370; before May 1 $345.
Non-member $450; before May 1 $425.

Teen Caravan. With so much to see and do in
Detroit, there's never a dull moment. Member
$370; before May 1 $345. Non-member $450;
before May 1 $425.
Sailing. Regular rates. Member $395. Non-member
$495.
If you want to save money be signing up before
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University.
She is a member of many
professional associations.
Jewish singles of all ages
are invited to the
community-wide Singles
Shabat observance. Re-
freshments will be served,
and admission is free.

March 17 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David (Michele) Kap-
lan of Southfield, a son,
Michael Scott.
** *
March 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Jeffrey I. Goldberg
(Sherry Beerbohm) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Jennifer Yvonne.
* * *
March 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Sheldon Barr (former
Detroiter Arlene Friedberg)
of Stockton, Calif., a daugh-
ter, Tamara Esther.
* **
March 14 — To former
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs.
Mark L. Lezell (Gerry
Goodman) of Chevy Chase,
Md., twins Mira Lindsey
and David Winston.
* * *
March 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. James Bartus (Wendy
Cowan), a daughter, Susan
Beth.

and a social hour will follow.
Prospective members age
55 and up are invited.

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
have a spring dance 8 p.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Center complex. Dance in-
struction will be provided
by Art and Jan. There is an
admission charge. Singles
age 35 and up are invited.
For details, call Marge Tho-
ryn, 399-2265; or Gerrie
Feingold, 968-8853.

Reagan M.E.
Aid Proposals
Hit by Byrd

WASHINGTON — Sen.
Robert Byrd (D-W. Va.), in a
letter to President Reagan,
has criticized the Adminis-
tration's new foreign aid
policy.
Sen. Byrd noted that the
Administration proposal to
increase aid to Egypt by
$200 million, while cutting
Israel's share by $50 million
did not seem fair in lieu of
Israel's costly withdrawal
from the Sinai.
The Reagan proposals on
Middle East aid call for
$400 million in grants and
loans to Egypt for $982 and
$300 million, all in loans, to
Israel.

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