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February 01, 1985 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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Friday, February 1, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ARE TRYING TO LOCATE

Jan. 23 — Dr. and Mrs. Gary L.
Trock (Kathy Casey) of Hun-
tington Woods joyfully announce
the birth of a daughter, Ashley
Rose, sister to Adam Samuel. The
proud grandparents are Dorothy
and Bernard Trock of Southfield
and Marge and Jack Casey of
Prior Lake, Minn, Ashley Rose is
named in loving memory of
great-grandmothers Rose
Strenger and Anna Trock.
Jan. 21 — Andrew S. and Anita
S. Hack (Anita Ross) of West
Bloomfield are pleased to an-
nounce the, birth of their daugh-
ter, Julie Michelle, sister - to
Michael Stuart and Duke Barry-
more. Proud grandparents are
Bill and Tillie Ross of Oak Park.
Proud grandfather is Samuel
Hack of Southfield. Proud great-
grandmother is Lillian Jacobs of
Oak Park.

CELIA GELLMAN AND SHIRLEY GELLMAN

NIECES OF THE LATE PEARL BUNSHAFT

FOR/WITH INFO

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Jan. 5 — Dr. Herve and former
Detroiter Jill (Joseph) Menguy of
Marietta, Ga., joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter,
Danielle Laure. Proud grand-
parents are Seymour and Reva
Joseph of Southfield and Roger
and Monique Menguy of Brittany,
France.

Jan. 2 — Mark and Loraine
Kuhn (Loraine Weiss) of South-
field proudly announce the birth
of their daughter, Alana Beth.
The proud grandparents are Louis
and Serena Weiss of Southfield
and Alex and Dorothy Kuhn of
Oak Park. Alana Beth is named in
loving memory of her aunt Sharon
Florence Weiss Weisberg, mater-
nal great-grandmother Fannie
Weiss and paternal great-grand-
mother Bertha Grossman.

Alzheimer's Board Names Sinai Official

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Jan. 18 — Jerry and Eileen
Isenberg (Goldhoff) of West
Bloomfield are happy to announce
the birth of their daughter, Beth
Allana. The proud grandparents
are Lee Goldhoff of Oak Park and
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Isenberg of
Buffalo, N.Y.
Jan. 17 — Laura and Phil
Garelik of Farmington Hills joy-
fully announce the birth of their
daughter Jessica Lindsay, sister
to Jaime Lynn. Proud grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Krause, formerly of Southfield,
and ,Mr. and Mrs. Morton Garelik
of Sterling Heights.
Jan. 6 — Dr. Marc and Linda
(Cycowski) Joseph of Ann Arbor
joyfully announce the birth of
their son, Daniel, brother to Ro-
bin. Proud grandparents are
Seymour and Reva Joseph of
Southfield and Leo and Muriel

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Cantor S. Greenbaum
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Reb. Hersh! Roth
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Cantor Sidney Rube
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-zheimer's patients, and offering
educational programs to the gen-
eral public.
Mrs. Friedman has been a
member of the administrative
staff of Sinai Hospital since June
1982. She was previously
president of the Sinai Hospital
Guild.

Bonds Names Ex-Detroiter

Pola Friedman

Pola R. Friedman, assistant
administrator-special projects,
Sinai Hospital of Detroit, has re-
cently been elected to the board of

Coping With Divorce
Topic Of Sinai Talk

Dr. Susan Darlington of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit's Problems of
Daily Living Clinic, will present
the free lecture, "Dealing with
Divorce," at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 5, in Sinai's Zuckerman Au-
ditorium.
The last two lectures, to be held
at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 12 and Feb. 19,
will be living after a loss, and
thriving rather than merely sur-
viving life's challenges.
Free parking will be available
in the well-lit Shapero School of
Nursing parking lot, adjacent to
the Auditoritum. To register and
for more information, call the
hospital, 493-5895.

Named To Post

Dr. Charles H. Tenner has been
elected president of the profes-
sional staff at Botsford General
Hospital in Farmington Hills.

Former Detroiter Philip T.
Warren has been named general
campaign chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds
Organization for 1985 by David
Hermelin, national campaign
chairman. Warren is a former
general campaign chairman for
the Greater Miami Combined
Jewish Appeal, after serving as
chairman of the Detroit United
Jewish Appeal.
Currently on the executive
committee for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Warren is also
a director for the Council of
Jewish Federations and a board
member of the Miami Jewish
Home for the Aged. Additionally,
he has been involved in a variety
of other humanitarian causes.

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Philip Warren

ON CAMPUS

Students Discuss Ethiopia

The Jewish Students Oiganiza-
tion at Oakland University, in
cooperation with the Oakland
University Black Awareness
Month Committee, will present a
slide show and lecture on Ethio-
pian Jewry noon Tuesday in the
Fireside Lounge of the Oakland
Center on the school's Rochester
campus.

Anna Mandelbaum and George
Mann, who visited Jewish com-
munities in Ethiopia last sum-
mer, will narrate the slide show.
Also, JSO Vice President Diane
Epstein will report on her De-
cember mission to Israel.

For information on the free pro-
gram, call Sue Moss, 540-3945.

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