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August 10, 1984 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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58 Fiiilay:Atigust 10, 1984

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Rabbi to address Center seniors

The Jewish Community
Center's senior adult de-
partment will present
Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
For brochure call — 356-0949
of Cong. Bais Chabad of
West Bloomfield as its
Or Write: Lo-La
Tuesday Lecture Series
speaker at 1:15 p.m. Tues-
P.O. Box 254
day in the assembly hall of
Lathrup, Village, MI 48076
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
'■•■•■=6 Branch.
Rabbi Silberberg will
speak on "Jewish History
Through the Eyes of the To-
rah."
All senior adults are in-
vited free of charge.
The senior's Friday Lec-
ture Series, coordinated by
the Center and the public
relations department of
Wayne State University,
will feature Dr. Barbara
McArthur, professor and di-
"Fashions for Girls 4-14 & Pre-Teen"
rector of the program in in-
stitutional epidemiology at
WSU, at 1 p.m. Aug. 17 in
room 13 of the Morris
Branch.
Dr. McArthur will speak
on "The Threat of
Applegate Square, Southfield
Hospital-Acquired Infec-
Corner Northwestern & Inkster
tons — Fact or Fiction?"
Phone 357-1123
All senior adults are in-
vited free of charge.
The senior adult library
of the Morris Branch has

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been reorganized and
catalogued by volunteers
Ann Kutnick and Samuel
Pultuskai. Hours are Mon-
day through Friday, 10 a.m
to 3 p.m.
Plans for the expansion of
library services include
regularly scheduled book
and magazine reviews and
discussions of new acquisi-
tions led by the staff.
The library is looking for
books in reasonably good
condition in Yiddish or of
Jewish content. Books will
be picked up at the homes of
those who are unable to de-
liver them to the Center.
For information, call
Miriam Sandweiss, 967-
4030.
This project is funded by a
grant from Area Agency on
Aging, 1 B.
A lecture for senior adults
will be held at 1 p.m. Aug.
21 at the Morris Branch.
"Living With Diabetes" will
be discussed by nurse Joan
Smith, diabetes instructor
of the department
nurs-
,

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'Attending the check presentation of the Social Service Club
to Greater Detroit Council, Pioneer WomenlNaamat, are,
seated from left: Israel Greenberg, club treasurer; Emma
Pollack, recording secretary; and standing from left: Sophia
Hoffman, club president; Marcia Robinson, Allied
Activities chairman of Pioneer WomenlNaamat; Sadie
Gold, assistant treasurer; Bess Berris, Pioneer
Women/Naamat vice president of funds; and Rose Levine,
Israel chairman.

ing at Sinai Hospital of De-
troit. A follow-up workshop
will be held at 11 a.m. Aug.
28 at the Morris Branch.
The discussion will focus on
diet and urinalysis. Speak-
ers include nurses Joan De-
ibeke and Laura Luc of
Sinai Hospital.
The Jewish Center and
the Rabbinical Commission
of the Jewish Community
Council will continue their
pre-Oneg Shabbat series at
1 p.m. today in the main
Center library.
Conducted in conjunction
with the Center's Active
Adults program, the oneg
will feature Rabbi Milton
Arm of Cong. Beth Achim.
Refreshments will follow.
Rabbi Allan Bluestein,
chaplain at Sikai Hospital,

will be the Aug. 17 speaker,
and Rabbi Ernst Conrad of
Temple Kol Ami will ad-
dress the Aug. 24 session.
For details, call Julie Silver
at the Center, 661-10410,
ext. 214.
The Social Service Club,
which meets at the Morris
Branch, presented a check
for a full spiritual adoption
to Pioneer Women/Naamat.
This is the group's fifth
spiritual adoption.
The spiritual adoption
program funds three day-
night homes in Israel, car-
ing for 150 abandoned, neg-
lected or abused children.
This contribution repre-
sents the receipts of sales of
hand-made articles, baked
goods and donations made
throughout the year.

Home for Aged to honor
volunteers, auxiliary board

The Jewish , Home for evening will include
Aged will have 'its annual entertainment by a pianist
volunteer and board recog- and flutist and an original
nition party at 7:30 p.m. musicale written, directed
Aug. 23 at Borman Hall. and starring the staff of the
The party is the occasion for Home. • -
the staff of the Home to ac-
Robert
Steinberg,
knowledge the efforts of president of the board of di-
volunteers and the auxil- rectors of the Home;
iary board.
Charles S. Wolfe, executive
Featuring a champagne vice president; Cynthia
desset and musicale, the Steinberg, president of the
auxiliary; and Arthur
Lippsett, president of the
Resident Council, will ad-
dress the gathering.
For information, call
Rowena Howard, volunteer
director, 532-7112.

SINGLES

CONNECTIONS INC.

will present "The
Wildflower Connection," its
second summer singles
soiree at Dimitri's
Wildflower, 5586 Drake,
West Bloomfield, . on Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m. Admis-
sion fee includes hors
d'oeuvres et nd dancing. A
cash bar will be available.
For reservations, contact
Carol Alpern, 827-8784.

Medical award

Dr. Lenny J. Hutton was
recently awarded the
Harold Longyear Award as
outstanding residept of the
year by the department of
obstetrics and gynecology at
William Beaumont Hospi-
tal. Dr. Hutton is the son of
the late Dr. Morris and
Shirley Hutton.

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