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February 28, 1986 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-28

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DEC. 14 — Jay and Karen
(Goldberg) Tower of Huntington
Woods announce the birth of
Stephanie Kathleen, sister to
— Michael D. Meyer and Julie
Grant Meyer of New Orleans,
La., formerly of Detroit, are
proud to announce the adoption
of their son, Joshua Grant Meyer,
brother to Rachel Grant Meyer.
Proud grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Joseph 0. Grant of Bir-
mingham and Dr. and Mrs.
Ruben Meyer of Santa Rosa,
Calif. Joshua is named in loving

memory of his paternal grand-
mother Mrs. Irene Meyer.

OCT. 26 — Edward and Nancy
(Bechek) Schonberg of Birming-
ham proudly announce the birth
of their son, Jacob Daniel Schon-
berg, brother to Sarah Elizabeth
and David Joshua. Grandparents
are Ann and Herman Schonberg
of Southfield and Saul and An-
nette Bechek of West Bloomfield.
Jacob Daniel is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-
grandfather Mr. Jack Bechek and
his paternal great-grandmother
Mrs. Victoria Dubinsky.


Call the

Jewish Information Service


SINGLES 2 (40-55) will host a There is a charge, payable by
concert and lecture at 8 p.m. Monday. For information, call
Tuesday at the main Jewish Jill Cole at the Jewish Commu-
Community Center. Michael nity Center, 661-1000, ext. 219.
Krajewski, assistant conductor of
CNJS will present myomas-
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, sologist Mary Ann Dheygere at
will speak on "The Life of a Musi- 7:30 p.m. March 11 at the main
cian." He will perform with vio- Jewish Center. She will speak on
linist Gabriel Bolkowsky and cel- "Reflexology; Acupressure on the
list Miriam Bolkowsky, both of Foot." There is a fee, and reserva-
tions are required. For informa-
the Detroit Civic Orchestra.
Refreshments will be served. tion, call Miss Cole.
There is a fee. For information,
call Sherwin Newman, 354-4254.
The group will host a tour of TC YOUNG JEWISH SING-
the Detroit Institute of Arts on LES (18-28) will have a pizza
March 9, meeting at 10:30 a.m. at party at 9 p.m. Saturday at
the south entrance of the DIA. Shield's Pizza, Southfield.
A "Spring Has Sprung" party
Luncheon will follow in Kresge
Court. For information, call Herb will be held at 9 p.m. March 22 at
the Northgate Apts. west club
Mandell, 341-1132.
house. For information, call TC
COMMUNITY NETWORK Young Singles, 552-0265 or 552-
The group is looking for volun-
45) will hear Alexander Zonjic
and his Quintet at 10:30 a.m. teers to help at a dance on May 3
March 9 at the Restaurants on at the main Jewish Community
Main Street in the Tel-12 Mall. Center. To volunteer, call TC
Coffee and tea are included. Young Jewish Singles, 552-0856.

Canada Funds Outreach

Montreal (JTA) — The Cana-
dian Jewish Congress (CJC) has
received the first installment of a
three-year $240,000 grant from
the Canadian government to sup-
port its newly-launched program
to meet the cultural needs of small


The Jewish News did not
wish to imply that any of the
individuals . pictured in the
photographs in its Feb. 21
Close Up article on "The New
Teenage Playgrounds"' were
unruly or the troublemaking
teenagers described in the ar-
The name of Marjorie Saul-
son, chairman of the "Anne
Frank in the World" exhibit at
the main Jewish Community
Center, was inadvertently
omitted from the story about
the exhibit in last week's
Jewish News.

and geographically isolated
Jewish communities.
Of the 300,000 Jews in Canada,
the CJC said, 105,000 live in
Montreal and about 125,000 in
Toronto, leaving about 70,000' in
smaller communities.
The federal grant will be used to
organize tours of lecturers and
entertainers to small com-
munities and to sponsor regional
conferences on school curricula,
day schools and intermarriage.
It will also be earmarked for the
development and distriution of
resources such as the Home
Educator's Kits, to enable parents
to teach their children the rudi-
ments of Hebrew.

Chorus Entertains

The Oak Park Civic Chorus,
under the direction of Charles
Weiner and accompanied by Lila
Hindmarsh, will present a concert
on March 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Oak
Park Community Center. All are
welcome. Admission is free.


9:36 a.m.-4:30 p - .m.

In cooperation with these
Jewish Welfare Federation member agencies:

• Fresh Air Society
• Hebrew Free Loan Association
• Jewish Community Center
• Jewish Community Council
• Jewish Family Service
• Jewish Federation Apartments
• Jewish Home for Aged
• Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
• Midrasha—College of Jewish Studies
• Resettlement Service
• Sinai Hospital
• United Hebrew Schools

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