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March 16, 1984 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-16

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Friday, March 16, 1984

Are You




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JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

ISSUES IN INTERMARRIAGE

Hillel Day School

cordially invites you
for Dinner and Dancing
on Wednesday, the fourth of April
Nineteen hundred and eighty-four
Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Workshop for Interfaith Couples,
Their Friends and Relatives

Unique three-part workshop which deals with the
Psychological, Social, Cultural, Moral, and
Religious concerns that are part of the adjustment
to Jewish Life.

CRISES AND CONFLICTS FACING
INTERFAITH COUPLES
Sunday, April 1 -- 6:30-9:30

FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS IN INTERMARRIAGE
Sunday, April 8 — 6:30-9:30

With a Special Presentation Honoring

Lawyer's Body
Honors Judges

The Detroit Graduate
Chapter of the Tau Epsilon
Rho Law Fraternity will
honor its members who are
judges at a dinner to be held
at the Kingsley Inn on
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Among those to be hon-
ored are: Michigan Sup-
reme Court Justice Charles
Levin; Michigan Court of
Appeals Judges S. Jerome
Bronson and Nathan J.
Kaufman; U.S. District
Court Judge Avern Cohn;
Mason County Circuit
Court Judge James R. Gid-
dings; Van Buren County
Circuit Court Judge Meyer
Warshawsky; Wayne
County Circuit Court
Judges Victor J. Baum,
Benjamin Burdick, Irwin H.
Burdick, Charles Kaufman,
James Montante, Michael
L. Stacey and John M. Wise;
Bankruptcy Judges George
Brody and Harry G. Hac-
kett; Wayne County Pro-
bate Judges Ira G. Kaufman
and Joseph J. Pernick.
Also Oakland County
Circuit Court Judge Hilda
R. Gage; Detroit Recorder's
Court Judges Harvey F.
Tennen, Samuel C. Gardner
and Warfield Moore, Jr.;
Oakland County Probate
Judge Barry M. Grant; De-
troit Common Pleas Judges
George D. Kent, John
Cozart, Jr. and Charles
Rubiner; Detroit District
Court Judge Lawrence D.
Silverman; Oak Park
Municipal Court Judge
Marvin Frankel and South-
field District Court Judge
Norman W. Feder.
For reservations, contact
Michael Anspach, 259-
3020.

Detroiter to Wed
New York Miss

CONFLICTING CULTURES AND CUSTOMS
Sunday, April 15 — 6:30-9:30

PANEL DISCUSSIONS — Varied experts in the com-
munity will debate important issues.

LECTURES — Information and suggestions for han-
dling unique conflicts will be provided.

SUPPORT GROUPS — Small group activities will help
participants to discuss presented issues, clarify their
own values and develop support systems.

MODERATED BY

Jeffrey Kottler, Ph.D.

Psychologist, Author, Professor at Oakland University,
and Executive Director of Woodcreek Counseling

JUNE WEINBERG

for further information, phone 661-1000, ext. 251

Retiring Executive Director

Music By Jerry Fenby Orchestra
Couvert $100 per person

FEES:
EACH INDIVIDUAL
$10.00 per session
$15.00 for all three sessions

Cocktails at six
Dinner at seven

Dinner Chairman BARBARA STOLLMAN

Interfaith Workshop Enrollment Form

Patron Chairmen

MR. & MRS. MICHAEL ALTERMAN DR. & MRS. ALAN GOLDSMITH
MR. & MRS. MICHAEL MADDIN
MR. & MRS. ALLAN NACHMAN
For Reservations Call

Hillel Day School

851-2394

I am sending $

for

people for

Name

Address

City

State

lip

Phone

Please enroll me in the workshop for Interfaith Couples.

sessions.

MISS ROSEN

Edith Rosen Erdberg of
New York announces the
engagement of her daugh-
ter, Tammy Rosen, to Bruce
Gorosh, son of Mrs. Norma
Gorosh of Southfield and
the late Mr. Lawrence
Gorosh.
Miss Rosen, daughter of
the late Mr. Harry Rosen,
earned a BA degree in polit-
ical science at Columbia
University and a JD degree
from the Boston University
School of Law. Her fiance
earned a BA degree in polit-
ical science at the Univer-
sity of Michigan and a JD
degree from the Boston U.
School of Law.
A September wedding is
planned.

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