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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-20

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58 Friday, May 20, 1983

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Funds Aiding the Hungry

Singles Events

SOCIAL SINGLES wil 1 - on - "Getting What You
hear a talk on "Stress an d Want," 5:30 p.m. June 1, 8,
Sex" 8 p.m. Sunday at the 15 and 22 at the JFS offices,
Zionist Cultural Center. Dr. 24123 Greenfield, South-
James D. Papsdorf will de- field. There is a fee. For in-
liver the talk. Refreshments formation, call Bruce
and a social hour will follow. Tabashneck at the Jewish
There is a charge. For in- Conimunity Center, 661-
formation, call David Ro- 1000, ext. 219.
sen, 968-8853; or Mae
CNJS, the Jewish Center
Smith, 399-2265.
and Oakland, University
* * *
Continuum Center will co-
SOLO FLIGHT SING- sponsor a five-part job-
LES of Temple Beth El will hunting series beginning 7
have a program entitled, p.m. June 13 at the Center.
"Romantic Oldies of the There is a fee and registra-
Cinema," 8 p.m. Thursday tion deadline is June 8. For
at the temple. Singles age information, call
35 and up are invited. There Tabashneck.
The CNJS announces
is an admission charge. For
information, call Henry psychologist Joseph .
Giordano will be the
Brand, 535-8041.
* *
keynote speaker at the
COMMUNITY NET- "Being Fit for Single
WORK FOR JEWISH Life" conference noon
SINGLES. will join the Sunday at the main
Encore Cinema Club for the Jewish Community Cen-
showing of the film, ""The ter.
Giordano will speak on
Last Wave," 7:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Cranbrook Insti- "How Men and Women See
tute of Science Auditorium, Each Other — Fact, Fiction
500 Lone Pine Rd., Bloom- or Fear?"
The conference will begin
field Hills. Dr. Joseph
Gomez will comment on the at 6 p.m. Saturday with an
film afterward. There is a open health club night at
charge, which includes cof- the Center. There is an ad-
mission charge. At 9 p.m.
fee and dessert.
The CNJS and Jewish Saturday, there will be a
"Games People Play Dance"
Family Service will co-
at the Health Club restau-
sponsor a four-part. work-
rant. There is an admission
shop (for singles age 25-45)
charge.
(The no-smoking and
JEWISH SINGLES WEEKEND
keep trim workshops will
Toronto's Annual Fun Party
both begin at 8 p.m.),
July 1-4
There is a registration fee
for 'the Sunday program.
You'll meet the
For information, call Bruce
nicest people, 30 and up.
Tabashneck at the Center,
Dine, dance, swim.
661-1000, ext. 219.

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(416) 923-4303 or 638-0202

The acquiring of culture
is the developing of an avid
hunger for knowledge and
beauty.
—Jesse Lee Bennett

Great Opportunity

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Willing to relocate to
Clearwater, Florida
Restaurant and retail store experience necessary.
Full time with excellent benefits.

Send resume to:

Bakery Manager
12999 Park Blvd.
Seminole, Fla: 33542

Births

May 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Levine (Pamela
Weiss) of Royal Oak, a
daughter, Jessica Robin.
* * *
May 12 — To Mr. and
Mrs. 'Howard Fridson
(Catherine Barr) of Hun-
tington Woods, a son,
Nathan Samuel.

*

The Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, in cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, has administered the allocation of a grant
from United Jewish Charities to a number of local
emergency food providers. Shown at the meeting for
the allocation of funds are, from left, Pat Adamany,
Society of St. Vincent De Paul; Muriel Israel, Jewish
Community Council; Lt.. Col. Harold Shoultz, Salva-
tion Army; Ruel Williams, Gleaners Community Food
Bank; Sister Judith Singer, Northwest Ministerial Al-
liance; Nell Stallions, Southwest United Presbyterian
Church; Leon Cohan, Jewish Community Council;
and Samuel Cohen, Jewish Welfare Federation. The
Mayor's Emergency Task Force also received fund-
ing.

Bette Roth Elected President
of Jewish Historical Society

Bette A. Roth was elected
president of the Jewish His-
torical Society of Michigan
at its 24th annual meeting
Sunday at Cong. Beth
Shalom.
A native of Columbus,
Ohio, Ms. Roth came to the
Detroit area in 1969. She
earned a BA degree at Oak-
land University, and an MA
degree at the-University of
Michigan, where she is cur-.
rently a doctoral candidate.
In 1981 she co-authored a
volume on the 120-year his-
tory of Cong. Shaarey Zedek
(published by Wayne State
University Press). Prior to
her election, she served on
the JHSM board of direc-
tors.
Elected with her were:
Lenore Miller and Stanley
Meretsky, vice presidents;
Ida Levine, treasurer; Adele
Staller, Lee Waldbott and
Esther Klein, secretaries.
Elected to the board of
directors were: Leonard
Antel, Sarah Bell, Carol
A. Bromberg, Judy Can-
tor, Laurence B. Deitch,
Walter L. Field, Carol
Finerman, Leon Fram,
Morris Friedman, George
Goldstone, Philip Rand-
leman, Laurence Imer-

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Students Win
Forensic Honors

Adam Wetsman, a senior
at Roeper City and Country
School, won the state cham-
pionship in Sales Speaking
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Michigan Interscholastic
Forensic Association State
Individual Events Tourna-
ment at the University of
Michigan.
Jon Shapiro, also of
Roeper, placed fourth in the
state, in the sales nine/10
grade division.

LZA Branch
Meeting Sunday

Branch Seven, Labor
Zionist Alliance, will meet
7:30 p.fn. Sunday in the
home of Evelyn Noveck,
7325 Silver Leaf Ln., West
Bloomfield.
Sharon Shumer Schwartz
will review a current book.
Discussion and refresh-
ments will follow.
For information, call Mrs.
Noveck, 661-1642.

*

May 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Parel (Renee
Einstandig) of Southfield, a
son, Scott Jeffrey.
* * *
May 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Wehr (Terri
Kushner) of Southfield, a
son, Alexander Evan.
** *
May 7 — To former De-
troiter Dr. Marshall Cohen
and Mrs. Cohen (Debby
Duchin of Liberty, N.Y.) of
San Rafael, Calif., a son,
Alan William.
** *
May 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Anatol Rosen (Toby Levin-
sohn) of Detroit, a son,
David Nathan.
** *
May 5 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen M. Rosman (Bar-
bara Rosenthal) of Union
Lake, , a son, Brian
Matthew.
* * *
May 4 — To Mr. and Mrs.
David Gutow (Cheryl Weis-
berg) of Farmington Hills, a
daughter, Lisa Beth.
* * *
April 30 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Stanford Blanck (Rose-
lyn Komisar) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Lisa Michelle.

April 26 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Ron Feinberg (Sandy

Muskovitz) of Southfield, a
son, Joshua Benjamin.
** *
April 23 — To Mr. an
Mrs. Bruce Fidler (Lori
Lowenstein) of Waterford
Township, a daughter,
Stephanie Morgan.
** *
March 4 — To former De-
troiters Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Sublow (Linda
Naimark) of San Jose,
Calif, a son Brian Daniel.

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