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November 25, 1983 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Gross-Orbach Vows Spoken

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Linda Marlayne Gross
and Geoffrey Ellis Orbach
were married recently at
Cong. •Shaarey Zedek.
Rabbi Irwin Groner of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Gross of Oak Park. Parents
of the bridegroom- are Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Orbach of
Birmingham.
Cathy Goldsmith was the
matron of honor. Brides-
maids were Jody
Druckman, Mollie Witten-

Department of Michigan,
Jewish War Veterans, will
have its first annual reun-
ion of veterans from World
War I, World War II, Korea,
Vietnam, and their families
at 8 p.m. Dec. 8 at the
Jewish - War Veterans
Memorial Home.
The reunion is part of an
ongoing membership cam-
paign being conducted by
the department.
Among the benefits of
membership in the organi-

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berg, Vicky Ryan and Susan
Orbach, sister of the brideg-
room. Jodie Wittenberg was
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Dr. Jay Goldberg was
the best man. Ushers
were Steve Gross, David
Gross and Brian Gross,
brothers of the bride.
Jamie Wittenberg was
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the groom's grandmother,
Mrs. Benjamin Cowan.
Following a honeymoon
in St. Thomas, the couple is
residing in Huntington
Woods.

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Einstein Forum
Lunch Planned

"Evangelical Christian-
ity — a Danger to the
Jewish State" will be the
theme of the Einstein
Luncheon Forum at noon
Monday at Southfield Char-
ley's, it was announced by
Judges Ira G. Kaufman and
Norman W. Feder, co-
chairmen of the forum.
Guest speaker will be Joel
Bainerman, a Canadian-
Israeli journalist and wri-
ter.
A graduate of the Univer-
sity of Toronto with a mas-
ter's degree in Jewish his-
tory and an undergraduate
degree in Christian history,
Bainerman made aliya in
January 1982.

zation, according to De-
partment Commander
Edwin A. (Al) Rose are that
members: have immediate
access to a nation-wide net-
work of service officers who
are trained in all aspects of
veterans programs ad-
ministered by the Veterans
Administration and other
government agencies; a
forum in which to make new
friends; and the opportunity
to participate in an organi-
zation that fights for free-
dom for all peoples.
Representatives from
posts and auxiliaries will be
on hand to answer ques-
tions. Refreshments will be
served by the ladies au-
xiliary.

Friday, November 25, 1983 13

Aging Topic of Program

The American Jewish
Committee, Greater Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah and
the Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies will host a
presentation entitled, "An
Anthropologist Looks at
Aging" at 8 p.m. Monday in
the Louis and Esther
LaMed Auditorium of the
United Hebrew Schools.
Dr. Barbara Myerhoff,
professor of anthropology
and department chair at the
University of Southern

California, will speak. She
also is the author of
"Number Our Days."
The lecture is open to the
public at no charge. For in-
formation, call the Mid-
rasha, 352-7117 or 354-
1050.

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kinds of grapes: the first of
pleasure, the second of into-
xication, the third of dis-
gust.
—Anacharsis

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A contributor to sev-
eral publications,
Bainerman has done
considerable research
about the missionary ac-
tivities of the evangelists
in Israel and the tactics
they employ to entice the
unwary to their faith.

A former president of the
Toronto Student Zionists,
Bainerman's articles in de-
fense of Israel appeared in
Toronto's university press;
he has been equally active
as a public speaker and wri-
ter in exposing those who
sought to deny the
Holocaust as a fact of his-
tory.

Torah Center
Auction Sunday

A variety of items will be
auctioned off at the Machon
L'Torah Torah Center of
Metro Detroit's first annual
pre-Hanuka dinner auction
to be held 6 p.m. Sunday at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
Among the items to be
auctioned off are: weekends
at kosher hotels, used cars,
used black-and-white TV,
oil paintings, infant car
seat, talking calculator,
service and gift certificates
and more.
There is a charge. Dinner
will be served.

The evening also will
be the occasion for the
dedication of the Machon
L'Torah Community Lib-
rary.

For information, call the
Machon L'Torah, 968-4835.

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