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November 11, 1983 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-11

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Singles Events

ROSE SHERER SO-
CIALITES will have a
general membership meet-
ing 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
Northgate East Apts. club
house. There will be a short
business meeting, reports
and a talk by Dr. Sheila
Lampert on the Mideast.
Refreshments and a social
hour will follow. Admission
is free. Men and women age
55 and up are invited. For
information, call President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-
6850.

* * *

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WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES is planning a
trip to' srael for singles age
25-45. An informational
meeting about the trip will
be held 8 p.m. Nov. 28 at the.
main Jewish community
Center.
- Representatives from the
Israel Government Tourist
office will be on hand to an-
swer queStions and a film on
Israeli travel will be shown.
The musical group "Meza-
da" will entertain.
Admission is nominal.
The public is invited. For
details, call Bruce
Tabashneck at the Center
661-1000, ext-219.
* * *
THE JEWISH SIN-
GLES/PARENTS SUP-
PORT NETWORK of Ann
Arbor will have a dinner
and movie party 5 p.m. Nov.
20 beginning at Bicycle
Jim's. Everyone is respon-
sible for their own dinner.
The group will decide on a
movie following dinner. For
reservations, call Ellie
Krantz, 662-9814.

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THE WRITE WORD

If you find the right gift a chore,
And written words don't flow for you,
Let the "write words" from my pen pour,
To make a portrait fresh and new.
' A character sketch I will create
.
To mark whatever you Celebrate.
So let my "Write Words" speak for you,
And convey portraits, Oh so true!

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ORIGINAL PERSONALIZED POETRY
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Windsor Bond Organization
to Honor Jacob Rosenzweig

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 11, 1983 55

Senior Adult
Art Fair Set

(Engagements

The Southfield Senior
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Barr
1946. Their first son was Adult Center will sponsor of Southfield announce the
born in Innsbruck in 1947. its annual art fair and ex- engagement of their daugh-
They came to Canada in hibition from 10 a.m. to 9 ter, Debbie Barr, to Ron
1949. In 1950, they settled p.m. Nov. 18 in the South- Shapiro, son of Mr. and
in Windsor, Ontario.
field Civic Center Pavilion.
Mrs. Edward Shapiro 'of
Rosenzweig was a
The annual bazaar again Flint. Miss Barr is a mas-
member of the East will include arts, crafts, food ter's degree candidate at
Windsor Shul and joined the booths, bake sales and a Michigan State University.
Shaar Hashomayim used book sale. A new fea- Her fiance is a senior at
Synagogue in 1956. He ture of this year's event will MSU. A June wedding is
served as an officer of the be a "mock senior adult cen- planned.
congregation for several ter" to demonstrate the
years, as gabbai and reli- variety of services offered at
The universe is transfor-
gious vice president.
the Southfield facility.
mation.
Born in Czechos-
At berlins
lovakia, Berkowitz was_
deported in 1941 to
Kolomai in Galicia, along
with his mother, father,
brother and twin sister.
His family perished in the
camps and Berkowitz
was subjected to the
diabolical "experiments"
of Dr. Josef Mengele.

The Windsor organiza-
tionfor State of Israel Bonds
will honor Jacob
Rosenzweig at a testimonial
dinner to be held at 5:30
p.m. Sunday at Shaar
Hashomayim Synagogue.
, Rosenzweig, who is a sur-
vivor of the Holocaust, is
being recognized "for his
survival and rebuilding of
his shattered life in the new
world." The guest speaker
will be Marc Berkowitz, also
a survivor of Auschwitz.
For information, contact
Barry Swartz, assistant
executive director, Windsor
Jewish Community Coun-
cil, (519) 254-7558.
Rosenzweig was an
active member of the
Jewish underground in
Auschwitz, sabotaging
the crematoria in the
camps. He was sent to a
camp in Buchenburg,
On Jan. 27, 1945,
Austria, where he re- Auschwitz was liberated by
mained until he was lib- the Russians and Berkowitz
erated by the Americans was freed. He returned to
in 1945.
his home town briefly and
He went to Innsbruck, then was in several dis-
Austria, and was director of placed persons camps until
a refugee hostel whose main 1948, when he and his sister
purpose was to send Jews to came to the United States.
Israel. He met Helen Katz,
He now travels exten-
also a survivor of Au- sively, lecturing to Jewish
schwitz, and they were mar- and non-Jewish audiences
ried in Austria in August about the Holocaust.

I

* * *

Susan Goldberg of.
Houston, Tex., and
Richard Schreier, also of
Houston, were married re-
cently. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Murrey Goldberg of
Philadelphia, Pa. Parents of
the bridegroom are former
Detroiters Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Schreier of -Houston.
Following an East Coast
honeymoon, the couple is
residing in Houston.
* * *
Rochelle (Rocky) Linda
Rich and Stanley R. Bean
were married recently at
the Birmingham Temple.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine of-
ficiated. The bride is the

Shapiro Named
to Police Post

The Detroit City Council
has approved Mayor Cole-
man Young's appointment
of Harold Shapiro to the
police department's Civi-
lian Board of Commission-
ers.
Shapiro, the husband of
Detroit Consumer Affairs
Director Esther Shapiro, is
a retired trade union repre-
sentative.

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Pounders of Houston and
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bridegroom are Mr. and
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honeymoon, the couple is
residing in Houston.

BOYS & GIRLS

daughter of Blanche Rich
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