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January 18, 1985 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 18, 1985

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Morris and Lillian Mellen of
Oak Park recently celebrated
their 50th weeding anniversary.
The couple was married Dec.
30, 1934 in Detroit. Their children
are Robert and Marjorie (Lappin)
Mellen of West Bloomfield. They
have three grandchildren,

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Michael, Cheryl and Melissa.
The senior Mellen is a retired
pharmacist. Mrs. Mellen is a
bridge life master and currently
teaches bridge classes.
The senior Mellens were among
the first members of Temple Is-
rael in the 1940s.

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Dancing, art at Center

Uri Segal conducts a folk dance
drop-in at 7 p.m. Wednesdays at
the main Jewish Community
Center. There is a nominal fee,
and all levels of dancers are wel-
come.
The Center also is the scene of
an invitational art show currently
open and running through Jan.
27.
Works are shown in the follow-
ing media: sculpture, tapestry,
glass, watercolor, oil and collage.
Exhibiting artists include Sylvia
Perle, Steven Tapper, Paula Bass,
Sharlene Beck, Joel Zaretsky,
Carol Knoll, Linda Zalla, Jackie

Seniors to have
lecture, films

The senior adult department of
the Jewish Center will present
Stanley Clamage in a talk on as-
pects of the Bible at 1 p.m. Jan. 29
at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch. Clamage's talk will be
followed by two films, Moshav, Is-
rael's Middle Way, and Never
Again to Be Denied.
All senior adults are invited
free of charge. For information,
call Judy Blustein at the Morris
Branch, 967-4030.

Woolf, Sandra Robbins, Karen
Katz, Sybil Mintz, Suzanne Vel-
ick, Paula Steinberger Zaks,
Janet Kelman, Linda Mendelson,
Donald Mendelson, Doreen
Bortman, Deanna Sperka and
Jackie Schwartz.
The show is open dur i ng Center
hours. The public is invited.

Medical care
topic for seniors

The Jewish Center's Active
Adult program continues its
luncheon/lecture series on Mon-
day at noon with a lecture by
Elizabeth Murtage from Blue
Cross-Blue Shield who will speak
on "Medicaid and Medicare."
On Thursday at noon, Program
Potpourri continues with Nancy
Rosen who will speak on "Yiddish
and You."
Both programs are held in room
239 at the Maple-Drake building.
Reservations are required for the
luncheons. There is a fee. For in-
formation and reservations, call
Julie Silver at the Center, 661-
1000, ext. 235.
Carpools are forming in the
Oak Park-Southfield areas. Call
Miss Silver for details.

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