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September 22, 1989 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

SPECIAL PURCHASE

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and Danny Frankel all
agreed that Hebrew
school will be more fun.
The consensus is that
Rabbi Chuck Diamond is
a gem.

competed in the least look-
alike contest. Kuti and
Batsheva Roberg are the
son and daughter of Ezra
and Naomi Roberg.

SCRABBLE CLUB

SINAI BALL

Scrabble champion Gary
Moss of Union Lake is
busy organizing a Scrabble
Club in Oak Park to meet
at the community center.
Moss just completed a
Scrabble marathon to
benefit the Muscular
Dystrophy Association and
Jerry's Kids.

Byron and Dorothy Gerson
hosted a patron's evening for
the upcoming Sinai Hospital
Heritage Ball on October 18.
Some of the gracious patrons
included: Don and Bobbie
Blitz, Al and Bernice
Deutsch, Ileane and Bruce
Thal, Diane and Mel
Rubenfire, Robert and
Cynthia Steinberg, Burt
and Suzy Farbman, Bob
and Susu Sosnick and
Merle and Shirley
Harris

ORT BENEFIT

The ORT Rub-a-Dub 1989
auction consisted of 280
fundraising benefactors
rubbing elbows. Chairs Neil
and Susie Gross, who
were assisted by Marty
and Ben Rosenthal,
Connie and Jim Colman,
gathered a treasure trove of
items donated by area
businesses. The silent
auction, held at the home
of Doreen and David
Hermelin, featured many
interesting items: One year
tennis membership donated
by Seymour Brode of the
Franklin Racquet Club, gift
certificates from Roz and
Sherm Becker, a day at
the spa with Mira Linder.
Patron Aliza Nivy
successfully bid on a
southwestern ceramic pot
from Mesa Arts donated by
Sue and Ellen Rontal.

NCJW LUNCH

The National Council of
Jewish Women recently
held an opening luncheon
featuring Ellen Goodman,
author of Making Sense
and Pulitzer Prize
columnist. Goodman spoke
on her views of social
change. Some of the
enlightened audience
included: President
Barbara Grant, Carol
Sue Coden, Shirlee Iden,
Joan Fox, Judy Golden
and former Detroiter
Karen Kurzman of Dallas.

TWIN CONTEST

The Roberg twins of Oak
Park recently participated
in the 14th annual Twins
Days Festival in Twinsburg,
Ohio. The seven-year-old
twins were one set of 2371
twins from around the
world. This event is in the
Guiness Book of World
Records. The Robergs

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Federation Awarded
Planning Grant

The Leadership Develop-
ment Department of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
has received a $2,500 plann.
ing grant from Indiana
University's Poynter Center
Trustee Education Program
to help create training pro-
grams for members of Federa-
tion's agency boards.
The grant to Federation
will enable its Leadership
Development Department o
move forward in its partner-
ship with the University of
Michigan School of Social
Work. Together, the two in-
stitutions established "Pro-
ject STaR" to link their
resources. Programs enable
board members to connect
with one another as com-
munity leaders as well as pro-
vide skill training

Rabbi Wine Begins
New Lecture Series

The Center for New Think-
ing presents a series of lec-
tures and reviews with Rabbi
Sherwin Wine. He will speak
about A Brief History of Time
by Stephen Hawking, 2:30
p.m. Sunday, in the Somerset
Mall auditorium; "The Taoist
Way: Nature and Spontanei-
ty," 7:30 p.m., Tuesday at the
Bloomfield Township Library;
"Israel and the Intifada:
Breaking the Stalemate," 10
a.m., Thursday in the
Somerset Mall auditorium-.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Marian
Kohlenberg, 547-2190.

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