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February 24, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-24

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50 Friday, February 24, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The fashion doth wear out
more apparel the man.
—Shakespeare.

The probability that we
may fail in the struggle
ought not to deter us from

the support of a cause we be-
lieve to be just.
—Lincoln

i

Activities
n Society

Out-of-town guests at-
tending a 50th anniversary
dinner-dance in Florida for
Mr. and Mrs. Irving (Mol-
lie) Michaels of Far-
mington Hills were: Bess
Berlin, Mr. and Mrs. David
Iwrey, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Iwrey and Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Langwald of Southfield, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Silber-
man of Oak Park, Mrs.
Jerome Friedman and Mr.
and Mrs. Alvin Iwrey of
West Bloomfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Turrett of Far-
mington Hills, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Iwrey of Huntington
Woods, Howard Iwrey of
Ann Arbor, Carolyn Good-
man of Northbrook, Ill., Dr.
and Mrs. Lou Bernstein and
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Cohen
of Hartford, Conn., Leo
Michaels of Indianapolis,
Ind., and Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Sugar of Toronto,
Ont.

David Syme, Shaul Ben-Meir
Soloists in Center Concert

Pianist David Syme and
flutist Shaul Ben-Meir will
be soloists in the next Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra
concert under the direction
of Julius Chajes on March 4
at 3:30 p.m. at the Aaron
Deroy Theater of the main
Jewish Community Center.

Syme, son of Rabbi and
Mrs. M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel, has been sol-
oist with the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra on various
occasions and distinguished
himself in piano competi-
tions in Moscow
(Tchaikowsky) and Warsaw
(Chopin). Locally, he
studied with Mischa Kottler
and Chajes.
At present he is working

Grenade Wounds
Israel Soldiers

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Three Israeli soldiers were
slightly wounded Saturday
when a grenade was thrown
at their patrol in the center
SHAUL BEN-MEIR
of Sidon. Sources said a local
resident was also wounded.
The sources also said 10
workers, all Egyptian citi-
zens, were detained.
_ The IDF continued its
tank and armoured person-
The Senior Adult De-
nel carrier patrols north of partment of the Jewish
the Awali River as far as the Community Center will
Damour River over the begin a lecture series
weekend.
entitled "Ask Your Agency"
Maariv reported that at 1 p.m. March 2 at the
Shiite leaders had in- Jimmy Prentis Morris
structed their followers to Branch of the Center.
attack IDF patrols north of
This series was developed
the Awali if they ap- in response to the questions
proached the "Khalde seniors ask indicating their
Triangle" where Druze lack of information about
fighters had cut the coastal assistance available to
road south of Beirut.
them from their agencies for
many of their physical, so-
cial, financial and emo-
tional problems.
The schedule is as follows:
March 2, Jewish Fam-
ily Service, Arlene
Goldberg, case work
supervisor;
March 9, Jewish Home for
the Aged, Elaine Friedman,
assistant director of resi-
dential services, and Carol
Rosenberg, director of pro-
gramming;
March 16, Jewish Voca-

DAVID SYME

toward a master's degree at
the Juilliard School of
Music in New York City. He
will perform Mozart Piano
Concerto K271 and solo
compositions
by Chopin and
L

of Ben-Meir, a member
the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, is
well-known to local audi-
ences due to his frequent
performances as soloist
and as chamber music
player. He will perform
Hebrew Suite for Flute
and Strings by Chajes in
honor of Jewish Music
Festival.
Tickets are available at
the Center cashier's office.
* *

`Ask Your Agency' Info
Series Geared for Seniors



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ing and placement services;
March 23, Jewish Federa-
tion Apartments, Helen
Naimark, executive direc-
tor;
March 30, Oak Park
Community Center,
Laurie Buchman, senior
outreach coordinator;
Joyce Cheresh, outreach
facilitator for Oak Park;
and Lorraine Baum,
senior outreach coor-
dinator for north Royal
Oak Township; and
April 6, Sinai Hospital,,
Arnold Kimmel, vice
president for administra-
tion.
This series is open to the
public. Seniors and their
families are welcome. For
information, call Miriam
Sandweiss, 967-4030.
This project is supported
by a grant from Area
Agency on Aging, 1-B.

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Workshop Series for Seniors_

The Senior Adult De-
partment of the Jewish
Community Center, in
cooperation with the Oak-
land University Continuum
Center, will bring the work-
shop series, "Let's Com-
municate," to the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Center each
Tuesday in March at 12:45
p.m.
The program will be con-
ducted by Nancy Schochet-
man, counselor/trainer of
the Older Adult Project of
the Continuum Center.
This is another in the
series of programs for "Stay-

ing Well: A Health Mainte-
nance Plan for Seniors."
This project is supported by
a grant from the Area
Agency on Aging, 1-B.
For information, call
Miriam Sandweiss, 967-
4030.

Rabbi Named

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Mark Dratch of Stamford,
Conn. has been elected
spiritual leader of the
newly-formed Boca Raton
Synagogue in Boca Raton
West, Fla., the first Or-
thodox synagogue in that
city.

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