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March 28, 1986 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-28

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THEDETHIM ;MISR NEWS ; •

72 Friday; Marctt 28; 1986

bruce m. weiss

Jewelers
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.

Southeast corner Northwestern

Behind Gabe's Fruits
In The Mayfair Shops

Did You Remember
to send someone a
. gift subscription to

BIRTHS

THE
JEWISH NEWS?

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-8:30

353-1424

Certified

MOHELim 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



RAM
BEEPERS

"So you're
always In touch"

"Quality Hourly
Drop-In Child Care.
Where kids
can have fun."
3610 W. Maple (at Langer)

next to MP
Hours: M-TH 8-10 p.m.,
FRI. 8-1 a.m., SAT. 9-1 a.m.,
SUN. 12-8 p.m.
OM Centesimal

540 ■ 702

SINGLES CHAVURA
A Group Discussion for
Jewish Singles

Led By: Rabbi E. Goldberg
of Young Israel of Southfield
BEING A SINGLE: THE JEWISH FAMILY
A "HOW TO" GUIDE
Lively Discussion — Social Time
Refreshments — No Charge.

For Location, Directions, and Information Call Dove Kruger at 357-4282
SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1986 - 8:00 P.M.

TEMPLE ISRAEL
SINGLES CONNECTION

(ages 30-50)

DON'T BE APRIL FOOLISH

join us for
Dancing, Wine, and Hors D'oeuvres
Tuesday, April 1, '1986
7:30

Temple Israel

5725 Walnut Lake Rd. (between Farmington' & Drake Rds. )
Admission: $10.00
For further information toll 851-0481 or 661-0073

MASADA
ISRAE L PROGRAMS

THE MOST IMPORTANT SUMMER
OF YOUR LIFE

A • 3-14) •TEENAGE TOURS (14-18)
Ti
LEADERSHIP TRAINING (16-19) • KIBBUTZ LIFE (16-19)
ART, DANCE & MUSIC (15.17) • ISRAEL REVISITED (14-19)
OUTDOOR CHALLENGE (15-17) 6 1 1 ZEIHrar ARD tiruEd MORE CAMPING,
MACCABI SPORTS TRAINING (14-18) or HOW TO COACH (17-19)
TENNIS, SOCCER or BASKETBALL PROGRAMS
SCUBA DMNG (15-19) ADVANCED SCUBA (18-19)

WATER SWING, NUN, SURFING, VOLLEYBALL SI"NAUTIWS" ROOM

COLLEGE SEMINAR TOUR • COLLEGE STUDENT TOUR

All of our programs are coeducational and include:
Guided Tours • Hiking • Camping • Swimming &
Snorkeling • Sports • Folk Dancing • Conversational
Hebrew & Seminars • Meet with Israelis your own age
Home hospitality • Supervision by English-speaking
professional staff • Kosher Food • Medical facilities.

MARCH 21 — Steven and
Maralyn (Feldman) Averbuch of
Southfield proudly announce the
birth of their son, Jared Marc,
brother to Aaron Hymand and
Elana Valerie. Proud grand-
parents are Bob and Jeannette
Feldman and Isadore and Edith
Averbuch. Jared Marc is named
in loving memory of his mater-
nal uncle, Jacob Tauber, and his
paternal uncle, Harry Averbuch.
Kenneth and
MARCH 20
Sandra (Posner) Wedes of Hun-
tington Woods proudly announce
the birth of their son, Justin
Ryan. Happy grandparents are
Anne Wedes, and Seymour and
Muriel Posner, all of Southfield.
Delighted great-grandparents
are Sol and Rose Burg of South-
field, and Leah Warshawsky of
Chicago. Justin Ryan is named
in loving memory of his pater-
nal grandfather, Seymour
Wedes, and maternal great-
grandfather, Isaac Warshawsky.
Sheldon and
MARCH 14
Diane (Birnbaum) Baskin of
Oak Park joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Jeffrey David,
brother to Jill Sarie. Proud
grandparents are Seymour and
Jeanne Birnbaum, and Harold
Baskin, all of Southfield. Proud
great-grandmother is Shirley
Attell of New York City. Jeffrey
David is named in loving mem-
ory of his paternal grandmother
Jessica Baskin, and his mater-'
nal great-grandfather Mr.
Samuel Birnbaum.
Alan and Eileen
MARCH 14
Bleyer of Bloomfield Township
are delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter. , Jamie
Elizabeth, sister to Jennifer,
Marc, and Stephanie. Proud
grandparents are Paul and Ruth
Warsett of St. Louis Park,
Minn., and Ina Bleyer of New
York. Jamie is named in loving
memory of her paternal grand-
father, Walter Bleyer, and her
paternal great-aunt, Elizabeth
Bleyer.
Robert and
MARCH 14
Tracy (Barnett) Schwartz of
Southfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Daniel Eric, brother to David
Evan. Proud grandparents are
Helen and Milton Barnett of
Franklin, and Leo Schwartz of
Oak Park. Proud great-grand-
parents are Ann and Robert
Schiff of Birmingham. Daniel is
named in loving memory of his
paternal grandmother, Evelyn
Schwartz, and his maternal
great-uncle, David Barnett.

For each group of 35,
Masada provides 7
experienced adult Israeli
& American prehsalonal
stall members.

Scholarships Available
Phone: 569-1515
Metro Detroit District
&mist Organization of America
.16451 West 10 ale Southfield, MI 48075







Former De-
MARCH 13
troiters David and Susan (Tar-
gum) Goldberg of Pembroke
Pines, Fla., proudly announce
the birth of their daughter,
Rachel Charna, sister to Miriam
Rivka and Beth Shayna. Grand-
parents are Heibert and Ruth
Targum of Farmington Hills
and Joseph and Fay Goldberg of
Pembroke Pines. Rachel Charna
is named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grandmother
and great-great-aunt.
Dr. and Mrs.
MARCH 11
Marc Globerman (Bonnie. La-
Fountain) of West Bloomfield





are happy to announce the birth
of their son, Brian Scott. Proud
grandparents are Albert and
Soril Globerman of Southfield
and Marilyn Benthal of Madison
Heights. Proud great-grand-
father is Joseph Peven. Brian
Scott is named in loving mem-
ory of his paternal great-
grandmother Bertha Peven.
Mark and Pam
MARCH 10
(Weiss) Levine of Royal Oak,
proudly announce the birth of a
son, Scott Keith, brother to Jes-
sica Robin. Proud grandparents
are Manny and Rose Levine of
Southfield and Jack and Edith
Weiss of Oak Park.
George and Les-
MARCH 10
lie (Gladstone) Remner of South-
field are delighted to announce
the birth of their son, Joshua
Michael, brother to Jason David
and Justin Adam. Proud grand-
parents are Eileen and George-
Remner of Detroit, and Roen
and Manny Klein of Southfield.
Former Detroiters
MARCH 7
Dr. Marc and Jacqueline
(Crantz) Kay of Scottsdale,







Ariz., are thrilled to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Rachel Jessica Crantz Kay. The
delighted grandparents are
Lawrence and Marilyn Crantz of
Scottsdale, Ariz., and Louis and
Gladys Kay of West Bloomfield.
Proud great-grandfather is Sam
Silverman. Rachel Jessica is
named in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandmother
"Ma" Rose Shulman and pater-
nal great-grandmother "Bubby"
Yetta Silverman.

MARCH 2 — Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Lasser (Carole. Mil-
grom) of Southfield joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter Rachel Laura, sister to
Samuel. Proud grandparents are
Myron and Jackie Milgrom of
Southfield and Jack and Estelle
Lasser of Huntingon Woods.
Proud great-grandparents are
Meyer and Fannie Cooper.
Rachel is named in loving mem-
ory of her maternal great-
grandmother Lillian Pushkin
and great-uncle Mr. Saul
Schaps.

SINGLES

TEMPLE ISRAEL SINGLES
CONNECTION will present its
"Let's Fool Around" dance at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the temple.
Singles age 30-50 are invited.
,Admission fee includes wine,
hors d'oeuvres and entertain-
ment. For information, call
Marilyn Kirschner, 851-0481; or
Laura Levey, 661-0073.

SINGLES 2 (40 55) will host a
talk on "Caring for the Elderly"
at 8 p.m. Thursday at the main
Jewi'sh Community Center.
Ronald Phelps and Ernest
Klein, chaplains at the Veterans
Hospital in Allen Park, will
speak. Refreshments will follow
the lecture. There is an admis-
sion charge. For information,
call Herb Mandell, 341-1132.

-

COMMUNITY NETWORK
FOR JEWISH SINGLES (25-
45) will sponsor a slide pre-
sentation, "Adventure Travel for
Singles," at 11:30 a.m. April 6
at the main Jewish Community
Center. Dan Pickart, travel
agent, will be the speaker. Re-
freshments will be served. Ad-
mission is free. For information,
call Jill Cole at the Center,
661-1000, ext. 253.
Chai Singles Ski Club will
have a Trivial Pursuit night at
7 p.m. April 13 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
There is an admission fee.
Guests may also bring board
games of their choice.
A white water rafting trip on
the Cheat River in West Vir-
ginia is planned for May 24-26.
Cost of the trip includes two
nights' accommodations at the
Alpine Lake Resort, round-trip
transportation and services of a
guide.
A $50 deposit is required by
April 20, with the balance due

by May 14. Space is limited. For
information, call Gary Smith,
334-3980; or Al Levett, 851-
4925.

Free Lecture
On Breast Cancer

The Birmingham Community
House, the American Cancer
Society and the Oakland County
Health Division will bring to-
gether experts on all aspects of
breast cancer Thursday. The
free program will start at 7 p.m.
at the Birmingham Community
House.
Dr. John N. Wolfe and Dr. J.
C. Rosenberg of Hutzel Hospital
are among the guest speakers,
and a nurse from the Breast
Cancer Detection/Education
Center will teach the audience
how to detect cancer at an early
and curable stage.
For information, call the
American Cancer Society, 557-
5353.

Soviet Jewry .
Issue Raised

Rep. William Broomfield (R-
Birmingham) is expected to take
up the issue of Jewish Prisoners
of Conscience and family
reunification during his visit to
the Soviet Union this week.
The ranking Republican
member of the House Foreign
Affaira Committee, Broomfield
had been in touch with Detroit.
area activists in the Soviet
Jewry movement, and had
planned to present a list of cases
to Soviet authorities during his

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