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July 29, 1983 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-29

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50 Friday, July 29, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabbi's Class for Seniors at Morris Branch of Center

Rabbi Benjamin Gor-
relick visits the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center twice a week with

interesting lectures on
famous Jews and other
Jewish topics.
The rabbi's group meets
on Mondays at 1 p.m and

Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m.
His lectures are part of
the extensive senior adult
program available at the
Morris Branch. Classes are
offered in dance, art, cur-
rent events and the
humanities as well as social

clubs and card-playing.
Persons over 65 who are
interested in the senior
adult programs at the Mor-
ris Branch can come into the
branch Monday through
Friday, or call the office,
967-4030.

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Rabbi Benjamin Gorrelick is shown leading a dis-
cussion at the Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch of the
Jewish Community Center.

OUTSTANDING LUCITE DESIGNS

* * *

Friday Lecture Speakers Set

Speakers for the Friday the Senior Adult Program of
afternoon lecture series of • the Jewish Community
Center have been scheduled
for today and next Friday.
Dr. James Callow, direc-
tor of the computerized
folklore archives at the
University of Detroit, will
Reg. $695
speak at 1 p.m. today on
"Elderlore."
NOW $
On Aug. 5, Rabbi ,Efry
available-in Brown or Yellow Stripe
Spectre of Adat Shalom
while supply lasts
Synagogue will speak.
The Friday lectures take
place at 1 p.m. in room 13 of
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch. There is no charge.

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Camp Young Judea in
Ortonville will observe its
Bar Mitzva celebration 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 7 with
many events for children

Akiva Alumni
at Cedar Point

A day at Cedar Point
Amusement Park is being
planned for Akiva Hebrew
Day School Alumni and
friends, announce David
Snow and Aryeh
Koenigsberg.
The group will have
shaharit services 7 a.m.
Sunday at Young Israel of
Greenfield. Departure will
be at 7:30 a.m.
Rochelle Ginsburg is
reservations chairman.
Drivers are needed. For
reservations, call Ms.
Ginsburg, 967-3140; Snow,
557-3746; or Koenigsberg,
968-7462.

Every great and com-
manding movement in the
annals of the world is the
triumph of enthusiasm.
Nothing great was ever
achieved without it.
—Emerson

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and adults.
Lunch will also be avail-
able, at a charge.
The camp is one of five
throughout the U.S. spon-
sored by Hadassah. Chil-
dren aged 8-14 attend the
camp each summer. There
are two four-week sessions.

The Detroit committee

that oversees the camp
includes chairman Sue
Kaufman, and Marilyn
Ash, Marsha Harris,
Barbara Klarman, Con-
nie Kopald and Annette
Meskin.
For information and di-
rections for the Aug. 7 pro-
gram, call Mrs. Kaufman,
647-4647.

Heart President

Dr. Seymour Gordon has
been elected president of the
American Heart Associa-
tion of Michigan.

Births

1

4255

I SITTIN

Camp Young Judea Will
Mark Its Bar Mitzva Year

July 23 — To Mr. and Harvey Morks (Rhoda
Mrs. Norbert Leonard • Segal) of Oak Park, a
(Janet Cluna) of West
daughter, Anna Denise.
Bloomfield, a daughter, Gil-
* * *
lian Dara.
July 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
** *
Ronald Berris (Deborah
July 21 — To Mr. and
Wengrow) of Southfield, a
Mrs. Gary Gold (Linda
son, Michael Henry.
Jacobs) of Oak Park, ,a
** *
daughter, Kimberlee
July 6 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Michelle.
* * *
William Stern (Julie Brick-
July 21 — To Mr. and ner) of West Bloomfield, a
daughter, Lindsay Jaye.
Mrs. Mordechai Shimon
Waldman ( Roos Sarah
* * *
Chava Benjamin) of Oak
June 21 — To Mr. and
Park, a son, Avrahum.
Mrs. Jared B. Cohen (Rose
* * *
Cohn) of Southfield, a
July 21 —To Dr. and Mrs. daughter, Elyse Gabriella.
Cary Wolf (Sherry Seldes) of
* * *
Farmington Hills, a daugh-
June 10 — To Mr. and
ter, Stacey Deanna.
Mrs. Shloma Abrin (Toba
* * *
Rubenstein), former De-
July 18 — to Mr. and Mrs. troiters of New York, N.Y.,
Kenneth Gross (Bonnie a son, Nissim.
Salem) of Southfield, a
daughter, Amy Beth.
* * *
July 18 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall King (former
Detroiter Elizabeth Hertz)
of Walnut Creek, Calif., a
son, Matthew Benjamin.
* * *
July 18 — To Mr. and
RABBI S. ZACHARIASH
Mrs. Jarrold Shipp (Patti
Specialized
Levitt) of Southfield, a
MOHEL
daughter, Tracy Mara.
In Home or Hospital
* * *
557-9666
July 16 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Jablonowski
(Evelyn Bain) of West
Bloomfield, a daughter,
RABBI DR. LEO
Marla Nicole.
* * *
&pert Mohel
July 15 — To Mr. and
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Mrs. Harvey Rubin (Lynn
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547-8555
Satovsky) of West Bloom-
field, a son, Adam Satovsky
Rubin.
Cantor Sidney
* * *
July 9 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Brad Lang (Judi Silverman)
Certified Mohel
of Southfield, a daughter,
358-1426 or 357-5544
Sarah Esther.
* * *
July 9 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Cantor SAMUEL
Jay Masserman (Aliza
GREENBAUM
Dreiangle), former De-
Certified
troiters of Irvine, Calif., a
son, Tal Ethan.

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