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August 09, 1985 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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'THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

72 Friday, August 9, 1985

Certified

— SINGLES =-

MOHEL im of Detroit

Rabbi Leo Y. Goldman
542-4444
Cantor S. Greenbaum
855-0628
Reb. Hersh! Roth
557-0888
Cantor Sidney Rube
358-1426
Rabbi S. Zachariash
557-9666

THE OAKLAND SINGLES
CALENDAR OF EVENTS

ONLY 2r A WORD

Call 669-3379

2 pm thru 7 pm

To Order Your
September Calendar
Send $2.00 to:

The Oakland Singles
Calendar of Events

Box 8202
W. Bloomfield, MI 48304

JEWISH SINGLES

Meet Congenial People
Make New Social Contacts
Free Interview

For a better Social Life
Call or write LO-LA
The Jewish Dating Service.

P.O. Box 254
Lathrup Village, MI 48076

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named in loving memory of her
paternal grandfather Mr.
Michael Glick and her maternal
great-grandmother Esther
Lieberman.

July 14 — Jonathan and Ad-
riana (Riveros) Balbes of South-
field joyfully announce the birth
of their daughter, Ashley Ilana.
Proud grandparents are Nelson
and Beatrice Riveros of Miami,
Fla., and Montague and Sonja
Balbes of Southfield. Great-
grandparents are Carlos and
Rosario Martinez of Bogota,
Colombia. Ashley Ilana is
named in loving memory of her
great-grandparents Abe and Ida
Warshawsky.

July 11 — Neil and Anne
Moiseev, former Detroiters of
Linden, N.J., are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Robert Martin Moiseev, brother
to Laura Ellen. Excited grand-
parents are Nate and Ada
Moiseev of Southfield and Jack
and Joyce Martin of Grosse
Pointe Woods. Robbie is named
in memory of his paternal
great-grandfather Mr. Motl
Rochlin.
July 10 — Joe Kalo and Sherie
Damraur-Kalo (Sherie Damraur,
formerly of Southfield) of Rosh
Pinna, Israel, joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Gal
Aaron. Proud grandparents are
Faye and Louis Damraur of
Southfield. Gal Aaron also is the
grandson of the late Mr. and
Mrs. S. Kalo. Gal Aaron is
named in loving memory of his

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Nathan and Mollie Borofsky.
Samuel Efram is named after
his grandfather Mr. Samuel
July 9 — Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Storchan and his great-grand-
Richard Shapiro (Judy Hous- father Efraim Borofsky.
man) of Oak Park proudly an-
nounce the birth of their third July 1 — Michael and Cynthia
son, Eric Ross. He is the brother Gersten (Cynthia Garfinkle) of
to Scott Jason and Brian Marc. West Bloomfield proudly an-
Excited grandparents are Harry nounce the birth of their son,
and Harriet Housman and Kay Jordan Ian, brother to Dana
Shapiro. Great-"Bubbie" is Michelle. The proud grand-
Esther Kert. Eric Ross is named parents are Philip and Ethel
in memory of his uncle Mr. Ed- Gersten of Livonia and Marty
ward Houseman and cousin and Suzanna Garfinkle of West
Bloomfield. Great-grandparents
Rose Letzic.
are Yolan Klein of Deerfield
July 4 — Dr. Marcy Storchman Beach, Fla., Elsie Bogorad of
Borofsky and Dr. Eric Borofsky West Bloomfield and Joseph and
of West Bloomfield joyfully an- Reva Gersten of Southfield. Jor-
nounce the birth of their son, dan is named in loving memory
Samuel Efram, brother to of his great-grandfathers Mr.
Michael Seth. Proud grand- Isadore Bogorad and Mr. Joseph
parents are Bell Storchan and Klein.

paternal great-grandfather Mr.
Adolph Damraur.

SINGLES

JEWISH
TRI-COUNTY
SINGLES will hear the music
of Jury-Rhigged Productions at
its "super summer dance" at
9:30 p.m. Aug. 17 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
There is a nominal charge. Re-
freshments will be provided. For
information, call Tri-County,
552-0856.

ROSE SHERER SOCIAL-
ITES will have a general mem-
bership meeting on Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. at the Northgate
East Apts. club house. The
agenda includes an update on
the club constitution and verifi-
cation of future programs. This
will be followed by a social hour.
Refreshments will be served.
Prospective members are invited
at no charge. For information,
call Program Chairman Pete
Steffin, 557-2411; or President
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-6850.
Membership is open to single
men and women age 55 and up.

for Sept. 29, leaving at 4 p.m.
from the Southfield library.
In addition to Rosenberg, club
officers include Judy Ross, Lea
Trager and Marlene Weiss.
The CNJS Dinner Club is still
taking reservations for its trip
to the West/East restaurant
slated for 7:30 p.m. Aug. 26.
Cost of the dinner includes tax,
tip, tea and dinner. Reservation
deadline is Aug. 23. For reser-
vations, call the CNJS, 661-
1000, ext. 219.
Bowlers are still being sought
for the CNJS bowling league
slated to begin Sept. 8 at Ark
Lanes West. An organizational
meeting will be held at 8 p.m.
Aug. 25 at Ark Lanes. There is
a fee. For details, call Mark
Sperling, 477-2786.
Co-ed softball is played at
10:30 a.m. Sundays at Brace-
Lederle Field, Southfield. Ad-
mission is free. Players should
bring mitts.

COMMUNITY NETWORK
Scholars Meet
FOR JEWISH SINGLES in-
vites men and women to a spe-
Jerusalem (JTA) — Some 900
cial aerobic workout at 6:30 scholars of Jewish studies from
Tuesday in the health club fit-
all over the world convened in
ness room at the main Jewish Jerusalem Sunday as the ninth
Community Center. Non-Center
world congress of Jewish studies
members are invited at a began its week-long sessions on
charge. For information, call the
the Mount Scopus campus of the
Center, 661-1000, ext. 272.
Hebrew University of
Pedalers, a Jewish singles Jerusalem.
bicycle club for persons age
The world's largest gathering
25-45, will have a bike trip Aug. of academics involved in all
18 at Kensington, meeting at 3 areas of Jewish studies is held
p.m. at the main Jewish Center every four years in Jerusalem
for carpools. A potluck snack under the auspices of the World
will be available. For reserva- Union of Jewish Studies.
tions, call Larry Rosenberg
471-2695.
A trip to Stoney Creek Met-
ropark is planned for Aug. 25, Trade Expanded
meeting at 3 p.m. at the Center
Los Angeles (JTA) — A re-
entrance for carpools. A potluck
snack will be available. For cently completed arms deal with
the People's Republic of China
reservations, call Rosenberg.
A bike trip on Belle Isle is has boosted Israel's Interna-
planned for Sept. 8, meeting at tional arms trade to $1.2 billion
3:30 p.m. at the Southfield Pub- per year, reportedly making it
the world's 10th largest weapons
lic Library for carpools.
Hines park will be the scene exporter, according to Jane's De-
of the next bike trip scheduled feriae Weekly.

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